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  5. LABOR PUTS EGYPT'S FUTURE IN THE MELTING POT

    TELEGRAMS from Cairo say the announcement that King Fuad has cancelled his visit to Newcastle", "owing to unforeseen circumstances," has created a sensation in Egypt. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. "NEWS" PRESENTS FINEST STUDY OF HARBOR BRIDGE

    This magnificent serial view, taken by Mr. T. Purcell, of the Harbor Bridge, is the finest all-embracing view of the progress of the great structure yet presented. The expanse of the highway, which will make the new gateway of the city, is strikingly shown in the noble sweep of the northern approaches. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 104 words
  8. ELUSIVE POISONER

    "WILFUL murder against some person or persons unknown" was the verdict returned at the inquest on Mr. Edmund C. Duff, formerly High Commissioner of Nigeria, the last of the three Croyden poisoning victims. ...

    Article : 489 words
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  10. FEAT IN INTERVIEWING

    An "Evening News" man, by wireless phone at Amalgamated Wireless headquarters to-day, interviewed Mr. S. S. Crick, head of the Fox movietone organisation, who is on the Sierro, 370 miles from Australia. Mr. Crick's replies came through in Morse to the operator. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. FATAL CRASH

    LIEUTENANT Bonnet, holder of the world's speed record, who was training specially to represent France in the Sch[?] Cup race next month, crashed ...

    Article : 105 words
  12. BOX TRICK

    AUSTRALIAN confidence men are again active. This time an American visitor to Brussels has been the victim. ...

    Article : 130 words
  13. G.P.S. FOOTBALL

    A series of striking photo graphs of the G.P.S. Rugger competition is reproduced in the "Sporting and Dramatic News," ...

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  14. STOP-PRESS

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  15. PIOUS HOPES

    SPEECHES of plous hope were exchanged when the Reparations Conference opened here to-day. William the Silent looked [?]omeally ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. TONS TO EAT FOR SCOUTS

    WORLD Scouts in camp at Birkenhead have so far consumed five tons of sansages, 35,000 eggs, five tons of bacon, 45 tons ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 101 words
  17. SCOUT ACTORS

    DRENCHED by rain, Arrowe Park, Birkenhead, where boy scouts from all over the world are encamped, resembles a muddy ...

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  18. LORDS SUICIDE

    "SUICIDE while of unsound mind" was the verdict returned to-day on Lord Loughborough, son and heir of the Earl of Rosslyn. Lord ...

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  19. THE MOTORIST'S FRIEND

    "Where shall we go next week-end?" asks the motorist of his family, and then the fun begins. ...

    Article : 86 words
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