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  4. COLLIDGE GETS AT ODDS WITH CONGRESS AND CRISIS RESULTS

    Calvin Coolidge is likely to lose his chances for re-nomination for the United States Presidency, the next election for which is in 1928. ...

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  5. AUSTRALIANS TO BE PRESENTED AT BRILLIANT COURT OF KING GEORGE

    Prominent Australians to be presented to their Majesties the King and Queen at next week's brilliant Court include: N.S. Wales: Mesdames Barr Brown, ...

    Article : 565 words
  6. Bogus General London's New Sensation

    Startling disclosures are made as the result of the suicide of General W. S. Turner, the well-known Boy Scout Commissioner, of London, and an active ...

    Article : 189 words
  7. Young Raffles has Amazing Career

    An amazing career was revealed at Hastings when Frederick Harvey, 23, was sentenced to three years for burglary. He was first convicted at the age of ...

    Article : 185 words
  8. WHY DO WE LOSE ON RAILWAYS ?

    Sir,-Your article of June 27 re the huge deficit on the New South Wales railways and tramways should give the taxpayers something to pondor over. I have not studied very deeply the subject of different, fares charged ...

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  9. MIGHT YET BE QUEEN OF ENGLAND

    This is the first photograph of H.R.H. the. Duchess of York her baby daughter, the infant Princess Elizabeth Alexander Mary, and the fourth lady in point of prestige and precedence in all England. This child is in exactly the same position in regard to the throne that Queen ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. FULLER-WARD THEATRE TO BE READY BOXING NIGHT

    Sir Benjamin Fuller announced at a luncheon to the members of the Abie's Irish Rose Company, which reached Sydney by the ...

    Article : 114 words
  11. BRITISH STRIKERS SAY MOVEMENT NOT BROKEN

    An endeavour is being made by the Trade Union Council to justify the recent general strike in the eyes of the workers. ...

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  12. CHEASTS DEATH IN FALL FROM HIGH BUILDING

    D. D. Carrick, contractor for the new Brisbane Town Hall, which is to cost £800,000, reports this miraculous escape from death of one of the workmen, who ...

    Article : 96 words
  13. DREAMT OF HANGING, AND TRIED IT IN HIS SLEEP

    An amazing case of sleep-walking is reported from Ratisbonn, Bavaria, where a young man, after dreaming that he had hanged ...

    Article : 81 words
  14. NURSE ATTACKED BY MAN WHO ROBS HER

    While Nurse Walker, who is matron in charge of the girls employed at the Metal Manufacturers, Port Kembla, was on her way home at night time, she was ...

    Article : 97 words
  15. MR. HOLMAN, K.C., COMES HOME TO-DAY, AFTER PRIVY COUNCIL VICTORY

    The Hon. W. A. Holman. K.C., who, with Sir John Simon, K.C.. recently achieved a brilliant victory" before the Privy Council for Mr. T. E. Rofe, in ...

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  16. MISS AUSTRALIA TO THRILL NEWCASTLE JUST FOR ONE DAY

    To-morrow, "Miss Australia" (Miss Beryl Mills) will be the idol of Newcastle, just as she has been Sydney's idol for the past week. Miss Mills will ...

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  17. NAVY FIRES SALUTE AS SKIP STEAMS O'ER KITCHENER'S GRAVE

    Lord Home unveiled a memorial tower to Lord Kitchener and the officers and men of H.M.S. Hampshire, on Marwick Head, Orkney Islands. As Lord Horne ...

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  18. WOMAN FROZEN TO DEATH AT STOCKTON

    A young woman inmate of the Mental Hospital at North Stockton was found dead in the thick scrub early this morning. ...

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  19. BRAVE TROOPER HERO OF JUNGLE FIGHT

    Trooper Cameron, of police, has captured and|safely delivered 14 murderers since he joined the police, thirteen years ago. He recently ...

    Article : 239 words
  20. ALL ON THE BALL——OR THEREABOUTS

    An incident in the match between Muswellbrook and Sydney B. in the polo carnival yesterday. The ball and the whole eight men were eaught by the camera, which is not usual with polo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. TEST WICKET FLOODING DUE TO CARELESS STAFF

    The Marylebone Cricket Club has issued a statement regarding the water on the wicket on the second day of the recent Test match at Lord's. It is ...

    Article : 75 words
  22. YOUNG WOMAN PATIENT FOUND DEAD ON SIDEWALK

    The body of Minnie Cheyne, 23, "a patient of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, was found lying on the pavement beneath the balcony of Ward 6 early ...

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  23. GERMAN GAS-POISON EXPERT A SATAN REPROVING SIN

    Professor Haber, Germany's leading chemist, reputed to be the originator of gas warfare, has made a remarkable appearance in the inter-Parliamentary ...

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  24. COUE COULDN'T TALK HIMSELF OUT OF DEATH

    Emilo Cone, world-famed auto-suggestionist and originator of the much used "Every day in every way I am getting better and better," is dead. A ...

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  25. POLITICAL RUMPUS PUTS FRANC ON TOBOGGAN AGAIN

    The French frane closed in London at 183 to the £ , the slump being apparently due to the uncertainty of tho French political situation. ...

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  26. SENATOR PEARCE TO TELL NATIONALISTS ABOUT REFERENDUM

    An explanation of the Bruce-Page Government's Referendum proposals will be given in the course of a lunch-hour address to be delivered by SEnator Pearce ...

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  27. BALDWIN TAKES FIRM ATTITUDE ON STRIKE PARLEYS

    In the House of Commons, Sir Joynson Hicks moved that an address be presented to the King, thanking him for his gracious message continuing the state of ...

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  28. SYDNEY SOCIETY TAKES ITS POLO WITH BECOMING DIGNITY

    Society-young and [?]ld—once more, did the right thing at the right moment and in true tradition. It attended en masse the polo at Kens[?]gton yesterday ...

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  29. COBHAM STARTS ON HIS WAY AGAIN

    Capt Allen Cobham, who is flying from England to Australia, bus resumed his flight to Australia. Owing to illness, Cobham was obliged ...

    Article : 154 words
  30. STOP PRESS

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  31. RECKLESSNESS IS CHARGE AGAINST CHARGE AGAINST OUR AIRMEN

    Residents in the vicinity of the Melbourne-Geelong railway assert the airmen from Point Cook aviation station have been in the habit of performing ...

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  32. FATHER-IN-LAW ARRESTED AFTER A WEDDING

    The condition of William Frederick Lanez is still very critical. His father-in-law. Robert Boughcn, stands charged with having caused him grievous bodily ...

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