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  4. FORECAST:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 14 words
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  6. £1200 JEWEL ROBBERY

    'A DARING jewal robbery was per petrated at the Hotel Australia early this morning. The thief get away with jewellery valued at over £1200 from a show. case on the first floor vestibule, near entrance to the dining. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. HONORED BY KING

    The list of the Birthday Honors conferred by King George contains the names of the following Australaians:— ...

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  8. HOW HART ESCAPED FROM COURT-HOUSE

    The prisoner Hart, who escaped from the Supreme Court, and is still at targe, jumped headfirst through the top of the window and landed on his hands, ten feet below. The police are carrying out a diligent search. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. DOES AUSTRALIA WANT ITALIANS ?

    Mr. Percy Hunter, Commonwealth Director of Migration in London, hie returned from Rome. where he attended the International Migration ...

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  10. 59 TO-DAY

    The most recent photograph of King George V., taken at the opening of the great Empire Exhibition at Wembley. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. RUSSIA AND BRITAIN

    The "Daily Telegraph" draws attention to the fact that "Pravda," the official organ of the Soviet, publishes a blasphemous caricature ...

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  12. BRITISH FLOODS

    Tropical downpours continue in many districts of the south-west of England, and train and tram services are disorganised in several towns. ...

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  13. TRAPPED IN STEAM

    A terrible Accident occurred yesterday morning at the Birla Mills, when one of the steam pipes in the boiler bouse burst ...

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  14. FOREIGN EDITOR'S DIARY

    JAPAN; Committing hara-kiri on Your enemy's doorstop is a customary method of [?] conten[?] of [?]ing attention to ...

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  15. GRAZIERS MEET IN CONFERENCE TO-DAY

    Man representing big grazing interests met at the Royal Exchange Bridge-street, for the annual meeting of the Graziers' Association of N.S.W. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. RACES DECIDE

    The Council of Churches has inig[?] protested against the action of the Government in proclaiming yesterday a public holiday in honor of the ...

    Article : 87 words
  17. D'OISY'S FLIGHT

    Captain d'Olsy, the French aviator, who is flying from Paris to Japan, arrived at Mukden at 11 o'clock this morning from Peking. ...

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  18. AWFUL FIRE

    Twenty-two persons are dead, and 18 are suffering from minor burne, as the result of a fire, which destroyed the Hope ...

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  19. TRYING OUT ESCALATORS TO-DAY

    The [?] at the new Milson's Point Station ware started up for a trial run to-day. They carried a great crowd of workmen successfully. On the steps in this picture are Mr. H. G. Niggle (Constructional Engineer for the Esca-later Company) and Mr. Bradfield. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. BACK TO SYDNEY TO-DAY

    Mr. Gec. Gee (left) and Miss Josie melville (third from left) returned by the U[?] to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. SECOND SUICIDE

    A second suicide, attributed to indignation at the exclusion exclusion clause of the U.S.A. Immigration Bill, occurred to-day, when Ryuntro ...

    Article : 125 words
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