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  3. THE BAROMETER

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  5. THE RUSSELL CASE

    Edger Jacquard Mayer, co-respondent in the petition for divorce brought by John Hugo Russell (heir of Lord Ampthill), gave ...

    Article : 346 words
  6. NEGRO AMOK

    NEW YORK, Thursday Evening. A telegram from Spencer, in Tennessee, says a farm owned by the family of the Tennessee State ...

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  8. FOREIGN EDITOR'S DIARY

    BRITAIN The statement on the Navy Estimates shows a heavy reduction, which, if the terms of the Washington Conference are ...

    Article : 377 words
  9. HARD FIGHTING

    The heaviest fighting since the summer has been in progress in the Kerry Hill, where 400 irregulars fought a rearguard action with Free ...

    Article : 116 words
  10. A COOL HAND

    Last month the Evening News" cables told the story of a Mrs. Nash (wife of an army officer), who aspired to be London's best-dressed ...

    Article : 308 words
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    Percy: These dirty premises must be cleaned-up at once. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. BRITAIN'S NAVY

    The Navy Estimates total £61,000,000 compared with £69,000,000 for 1922-23 and £92,000,000 for 1921-2. a reduction of 22 per cent, over ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 245 words
  13. CENTRE PARTY

    Mr. Lloyd George announces that the National Liberals have abandoned their idea of a Centre Party. He considers that no Liberal, as a ...

    Article : 107 words
  14. COO-EE—COUE

    M. Coue cured sas-sick passengers by auto suggestion. When the Majestic was in the midat of the great Atlantic gale, he himself remained ...

    Article : 159 words
  15. "ON THE TURF"

    The Prince of Wales has registered "red, blue sleeves, black cap," as his colors under National Hunt Club [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. GAS CELL IN GIANT AIRSHIP

    Putting the first gas cell in place and under test in the giant navy rigid airship built at Lakehurst, New Jersey. —Kadel and Herbert ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. OLYMPIC GAMES

    Australia, considering her small population, has done remarkably well at past Olympic Games, but whether we can send ...

    Article : 147 words
  18. BELGIAN COMMUNISTS

    BRUSSELS, Thursday Evening. Forty Belgian Communists have been arrested on a charge of being concerned in a plot against the State. ...

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  19. To-day's Forecast

    Chiefly fine and sultry, with patting clouds and east to north-east breeze, gusty at times, during the afternoon. Wind possibly ...

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  20. ACTIVITY ON THE SHORES OF THE DARDANELLES

    Villages on the shores of the Dardanelles, which have been desolate since making history in the war are again the scene of the naval and military activities. Town are springing up for supplying necessities for the forces watching British interests. This photo, shows sections of huts being landed at Kilia to be made into homes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. A PROTEST

    Great Britain has protested to the French Government against the occupation by France of territory between the Rhine ...

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  23. GREAT GOLF

    Joe Kirkwood, the famous Australian golfer, won the open professional tournament at St. Augustine, Florida, with a total of 233 ...

    Article : 171 words
  24. STOP PRESS

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  25. SINISTER MOVE

    The French Foreign Office the announcement that Izmet Pasha has been given full power by the Angora Assembly to continue the negotiations with [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. BRAKES FAIL

    At a result of the brakes failing, a motor lorry got out of control, and fell over an embankment at Mosmen yesterday. ...

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  27. EMPIRE TALKS

    The Colonial Office has informed the Australian Press Association that the delay in holding Imperial Economic Conferences in entirety due to ...

    Article : 154 words
  28. SINEWS OF WAR

    A Moscow message states that the Soviet has ordered 2,000,000 rifles from Sweden and Germany, 125,000 machine-guns from Szecho-Slovakia, and ...

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  29. MURWILLUMBAH HAS HOLIDAY BY MISTAKE

    An apparent confusion of the names of Mullumbimby and Murwillumbah has been responsible for Murwillumbah being inconvenienced ...

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  30. THROUGH FANLIGHT

    At 2.1 0a.m. to-day Constable Fitzgerald, of the Darlinghurst police found the front door open at the Victoria Hotel, Devonshire and Crown ...

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  31. BABY LASCELLES

    Princess Mary's baby is to be named George Henry Hubert, after the King, Viscount Lascelles, and the late Marquis of Clanricarde, who left ...

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  32. CAPE POLITICS

    The Government has suffered a defeat in the by-election for Oudtshoorn, which was captured by the Nationalists by a substantial majority. ...

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