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  6. SEEKING OUR VIEWS ON THE SOVIET

    THE Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Arthur Henderson, told questioners in the House of Commons to-night that he hoped to be able to make a statement at an early date regarding resumption of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 202 words
  7. MENACES IN MOTORS

    "MANY road drivers would be safer behind a machine gun than a steering wheel," declared the secretary of the National Union of Railwaymen. Mr. T. C. Cramp, at the union's annual conference at Southampton to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 187 words
  8. WHERE CITY PAID ITS HOMAGE TO AIRMAN HERO

    The coffin containing the remains of Lieutenant Keith Anderson lying in State at St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street. Through the day a constant stream of citizens of all ranks passed by, paying homage to the memory of a gallant deed of sacrifice. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. FOREIGN EDITOR'S DIARY

    APPARENTLY the reactionary section of the Conservative Party, which is represented by the "Morning Post," is determined to queer the Labor ...

    Article : 561 words
  10. FAIR SENORITAS

    MADRID went made with joy when the three rescued Spanish airmen and [?] officers from the British aircraft carrier E[?] arrived here ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. A LORD WHO HAS NO "LADY"

    FIVE HUNDRED guests were entertained at the Mayfair Hotel at a reception and dance by the High Commissioner of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. TARIFF PROBLEMS

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Philip Snowden, told questioners that no representations had been made to the U.S.A. that the tariff increases must add ...

    Article : 151 words
  13. SCOUT JAMBOREE

    SCOUT [?] W. D. [?] of Melbourne has arrived at advance of the Australian [?] for the world jamboree of Liverpool ...

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  14. CHANNEL TUNNEL

    MR J H Thomas told questioners in the House of Commons to-night that the Channel tunnel [?] involved a large number of geological engineering. ...

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  16. WEEK-END JAUNTS

    Where to m[?] a few hours is no longer a problem. The "Evening News" [?] Companion gives details maps, ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. £5000 A YEAR JOB

    Mr. Ramsay MacDonald told a questioner in the House of Commons to-night that while special responsibilities devolved on Mr. J. H. Thomas in connection ...

    Article : 109 words
  18. HOW ENGLAND'S DROUGHT BROKE

    THE drought which had become severe in many parts of the country, was broken to-day, when rain, accompanied [?]thunderstorms, fell over the ...

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  19. NAVY RUMOR DENIED

    The [?] that there is no truth in the Published rumor regarding the impending [?] of the First Sea Lord, Admiral of the Fleet Sir ...

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  20. PRIZE-WINNING POLO PONIES

    Mr. I. Maple-Brown's team being decorated by the steward, Mr. H. H. White, at the Polo Pony Show to-day, with the prize ribbon for the best team for players under 12 stone 7lb. The judges, Messrs. A. W. Austin and E. R. White, are in the background. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. ALL BLACKS AT CENOTAPH

    Cliff. Porter, the captain of the All Blocks, placing a wreath on the Cenotaph in Martin Place to-day, on behalf of the members of the team. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. ENGLISH RACING

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  23. EX-ARMY CHIEF DIED PENNILESS

    THE "Daily Chronicle" learns that General Bramwell Booth died penniless, and beyond his uniform and a few books, without ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. LEAGUE DELEGATES

    As announced in the House of Commons to-night, Britain's delegates to the next meeting of the League of Nations Assembly will be:—The Prime Minister, ...

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  25. PULPITS AND PERSONALITIES

    "PEOPLE are too willing and ready always to believe had about men—to slander public men, for instance, And I regret to say that these slanderers are ...

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