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  4. FORECAST:

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  6. FREIGHT SLUG STIRS BRUCE TO PROTEST

    IT is reported in the City that the Prime Minister of Australia, Mr. Bruce, hat cabled to the shipowners, commenting most strongly or the increased freight rates to Australia. A CIRCULAR from shipowners to merchants, marked "Private and Confidential." and conveying a bare outline or the freight ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 262 words
  7. THEY KNOW HOW TO DRAW STING OF HEAT WAVE

    Making hot-foot for a cooling dip in the Domain Baths, this band of boys were the marries[?] folk encountered to-day in a city that sweltered under another, heat wave. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 40 words
  8. BOOTH'S FIRM REFUSAL

    IT was midnight before General Booth attached his signature to his reply to the demand of the High Council of the Salvation Army, that he shall retire from the leadership The reply was a firm refusal. ALL the elements of drama followed in Mrs. Booth's dash by motor from Southwold, on the coast of Suffolk, to Sunbury-on-Thames. Leaving before ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 789 words
  9. NEXT TEST

    IN a cable to the "Daily Telegraph," Clem Hill says it is impossible to overlook Jackson, who is going to be ...

    Article : 82 words
  10. RING-IN "GOT BOYS' GOAT"

    FOR the second time since the Agricultural Society included goat events in its weekly sports programme, there was a ring-in last night. A goat entered as ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. SPECIAL DIET FOR PET FISH

    WOMEN'S FADS are many. There is the woman who has a special cushion in the drawing room for her bet Pomeranian, and feeds it on all kinds of luxuries. Then ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. A QUIET DAY

    THE first bulletin for 36 hours was issued from Buckingham Palace shortly after 8 o'clock to-night, and read "The King has had a quiet day ...

    Article : 53 words
  13. UNDER CHANNEL

    IT is expected that when Parliament reassembles the Government will reveal its attitude towards the proposal to construct a tunnel ...

    Article : 173 words
  14. FEW UNEMPLOYED

    THE number of unemployed in Great [?] fell by 68.130 during the week ending January 7 and was then 1,432,600 This was 220531 more than ...

    Article : 42 words
  15. BOY RESCUES MATE

    LEN HANDLEY, 17, was swimming with some mates when he got out of his depth. He was on the point of drowning when another lad. Jack Marmont. ...

    Article : 57 words
  16. FOCH STILL A FIGHTER

    "I'VE been badly hit this time, but I won't let it get me for good," Marshal Foch told his doctors. ...

    Article : 52 words
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  18. BORG SAVORS FLYING THRILLS

    The development of the light aeroplane flying in New South Wales, where progress has been on a scale unequalled in the Empire, has given Arne Borg opportunities of flying that he would have difficulty in obtaining elsewhere. He is shown entering Mr. Milton Kent's ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. "SEAMARK" DEAD IN HIS FLAT

    A[?] Small, the novelist [?] under the pen-name of [?] found dead in his London [?] morning His head was In a [?] He was formers heavy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. BRITISH BOOST

    PROGRESS of the British [?] to be held them [?] 18 [?] March 1, are [?] ...

    Article : 175 words
  21. STOP-PRESS

    Tamworth best Armidale, 5 sets to 3 ...

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  22. GERMAN SLUR

    EVER since the revolt broke out in Afghanistan in December, the German newspapers have been making innuendoes that British influence ...

    Article : 161 words
  23. WATER BOARDS BAN HITS ROSE BAY GARDENS

    The spell of hot weather, to which another torrid stretch is being added to-day, has been having a withering affect on the gardens at the Rose Bay waterfronts Originally intended to grace one of the show pieces of roadway of the city, these plots have suffered considerably through the water Board ban on sprinklers. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. RUSSIAN PRINCE

    AT a meeting held in the profoundest secrecy, the Supreme Russian Monarchist Council has chosen Princes Nikita, son of the Grand Duke ...

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