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  4. FORECAST:

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  6. A TAME DRAW

    Wah, no play on the first day owing to rain and only a few minutes on the second day when the South Africans scored six runs, it was a practical ...

    Article : 306 words
  7. D'OISY AT RANGOON

    A Reuter message states that Lieut. D'Oisy, the French aviator, who is making a round-the-world flight from Paris, arrived at ...

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  8. LOVER'S THREAT

    The love-making tactics adopted by Frederick Dingwall, 23, have landed him in trouble. He was charged at the ...

    Article : 169 words
  9. THE BEST BABY

    The photograph of Joan Patricia Lawrence, daughter of Mr. Lawrence, of Doncaster Avenue, Kensington, adjudged by ...

    Article : 362 words
  10. HOW OUR NAVY FINDS OUT DISTANCE PROBLEM TOO BIG

    A range-finder on a warship. On each of the tube is a telescope arrangement through which the range-takers view the target. The distance is measured by calculation on the angles of relation between the range-finder arms and the target. The report of the Court of Inquiry into the coal mining industry (of which Lord Buckmaster was chairman), states that the profits ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. RECORD CROWD

    Taronga Park put up a second for attendance on the day of the band performance by the British Squadron Band—April [?]—when ...

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  12. FOREIGN EDITORS DIARY

    BRITAIN: Speaking before the Law Society, Mr. Justice Rowlatt entered a plea against jurywoman in murder cases. He said that they ...

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  13. RECORD WALK

    A new world's walking record has been achieved by M'Master, of the South African Olympic team, for 10,000 metres. ...

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  14. THREE-SIDED

    Reuter's Osaka correspondent discussing the Japanese general election prospects, says that business men there express the opinion ...

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  15. TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA

    Boys of the St. John's Day School, Darlinghurst, being inspected for their life-saving certificates at Farmers's Baths, Rushcutter's Bay. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. STRANGE ROBBERY

    A bag containing just on £180, was stolen from the ticket office at the Burwood Railway Station on Thursday. ...

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  17. "RINGING IN"

    It is reported that during the past few days there have been sensational developments in connection with the "ringing-in" charges to ...

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  18. BRITAIN'S DEFENCE

    "We shall probably have a force of 1000 aeroplanes in the [?] of tea years or so. That is [?] an extravagant estimate," said Air-Commander ...

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  19. ENGLISH RACING

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  21. HIGH LIMITS

    At to-day's wool sales 10,400 bales were offered, but the demand was irregular, the high limits causing frequent withdrawals among fine greasy ...

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  22. TOO LOUD

    Sometime ago the Railway Department spent a good deal of money in installing new chime whistles on its engines. ...

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  23. NOW SAINTS

    Two Tasmanian devils at the Zoo have belied their reputation for ferocity by allowing themselves to be nursed by their keeper (says the ...

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  24. CAPE POLITICS FARMER'S FAREWELL

    A telegram from Pretoria states that the House of Assembly was dissolved to-day. The date for the general election has "Good-bye, I'm going to commit suicide." With these words Samuel M'Masters, who had been employed at ...

    Article : 117 words
  25. "HEADING 'EM"

    The defendant and other men were 'heading 'em' in Wattle-street. They were kicking up a terrible row, and using language which could be heard ...

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  27. WANTED A NAME

    Lakeview, a lusty young town on the irrigation area, is trying to make a name for itself. An intimation from the Postal ...

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  28. "NEVER LEAKED"

    Sir. Alfred Robbins, at a luncheon given in his honor at the Hotel Victoria. London, on his retirement from active journalism, recalled how he ...

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