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  4. Council of Seven Will Carry On With the King's Work

    Prince George's appointment to the Commission which was empowered by an Order-in-Council on December 4, to act in the King's stead, bringing the strength of the Commission to seven, including four ...

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  5. "THUS FAR—" SAYS MINISTER

    Insurgent Shinwari tribesmen surrounding the British Legation at Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, were daunted by the bold front of ...

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  6. FROM SCRATCH

    Mr. Ernest John McMahon, newly-appointed Commissioner of Taxation, knows the worst there is to know about everybody, yet everybody loves him just the same. When a man does not pay his income tax he is either a ...

    Article : 530 words
  7. NEW ISLES FOUND BY WILKINS

    Our flight of 1200 miles over hitherto unknown territory, has resulted in the discovery of six previously uncharted islands. ...

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  8. Fall From Grace

    In the War Memorial Museum, where many new exhibits are being installed, is a striking portrait of the ex-Kaiser, which puzzles many by its inclusion in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 167 words
  9. A.F.C. FOR HINKLER

    The Prince of Wales, on behalf of the King, received Bert Hinkler at Saint James' Palace yesterday, and decorated ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. VANITY FAIR

    "From her window in Vanity Fair," Lady Eleanor Smith, daughter of Lord Birkenhead, who has relinquished the India Office to ...

    Article : 135 words
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  12. ENGLAND VERSUS AUSTRALIA

    This interesting picture symbolises in a remarkable manner the Test tussle between Australia and England. The lion, you will see, is about to spring upon the kangaroo, and the kangaroo looks pretty sick, doesn't he? But is he beaten? That remains to be seen. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. MILLION H.P. FROM HUGE DAM

    Mr. Coolidge has signed the Boulder Dam Bill, thus ending years of Congressional argument over the Government's greatest engineering ...

    Article : 150 words
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  15. EXAMINING LUNG

    The second X-ray examination of the Kins, made a little more than a week ago, revealed a modern development Of medical science—the portable X-ray set. ...

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  16. HUGE MERGER

    Lord Melchett has announced the terms of the £120,000,000 merger of the Mond Nickel Company, of which he is the largest shareholder, with the ...

    Article : 88 words
  17. CHRISTMAS AS USUAL!

    It was stated in Ministerial circles to-night that the King and Queen desire their subjects not to allow the King's illness ...

    Article : 72 words
  18. STOP PRESS

    An eight-weeks-old baby, well-nourished, and wearing expensive, clothes of wool and silk, was found on the College-street steps of St. ...

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  19. REPARATION

    Mr. Coolidge would be sympathetic to an invitation from European Governments to participate in an expert study of German reparations, but, so far, no ...

    Article : 127 words
  20. TO-DAY'S TIDES

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  21. NIGHT-CLUB QUEEN

    Ex-Sergeant Goddard, with Mrs. Kate Meyrick and Luigi Ribuffi, night-club proprietor, has been committed for trial. Heavy bail has been imposed. ...

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  22. GAOLED ALDERMEN

    Dissolved to-day by order of the Home Minister, the Tokio Municipal Assembly must be re-elected within three months. The election will be held under ...

    Article : 81 words
  23. HELLO, BERLIN!

    The direct wireless telephone service between Berlin and Buenos Aires was opened to-day on a ave-length of 15.2 metres. ...

    Article : 44 words
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