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  4. GIRL LEAPS FROM FLAT WINDOW: BROTHER HELD ON SERIOUS CHARGE

    Joan Kitchener, 21, is in Sydney Hospital most seriously injured, and her brother John, 35, is in gaol charged with serious offence against her. ...

    Article : 271 words
  5. Motor Cyclist Sid Dutton Speeded to Doom at Maroubra

    Sid A. Dutton, the well-known motor cyclist, was killed on Maroubra Speedway yesterday, when he crashed into a post while travelling at 80 m.p.h. ...

    Article : 353 words
  6. "HY" FORD'S MILLIONS PUZZLE WALL ST.

    Net profits of the Ford Motor Company have been stated by the firm's chief auditor in a "patent" case it the Detroit court, thus: ...

    Article : 157 words
  7. Taylor May Be Dropped for Fourth Test: Hendry Finished for Tour

    Australia's team for the fourth Test match, to commence at Old Trafford Ground, Manchester, next Saturday, will probably be the same as that of the ...

    Article : 324 words
  8. CITY RAILWAY WILL BE IN FULL WORKING ORDER ON JANUARY 1.

    Next New Year's Day will be a great day for Sydney. Dr. Bradfield, Chief Engineer for City Railway and Harbour Bridge ...

    Article : 125 words
  9. AMERICA HAS CHAMPION BERYL, TOO

    Ernst Linnenkamp, the Viennese artist, is shown about to paint a portrait of Miss Beryl Halley, who has been called the American Venus of the 20th Century, because of her perfect form. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. PLUCKY COBHAM FIGHTS WITH GALES

    The following message was received by "The Sunday Times" yesterday from Mr. Alan Cobham, the gallant British airman, at Bundar Abbas (Persia), whose ...

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  11. MUTILATED HYDE PARK IS RAT WARREN AND AN EYESORE

    In Hyde Park there is an ideal home for rats. Strange as it might sound, it was provided and is being maintained by a Government department—the ...

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  12. CAPTAIN GETS RUB OVER MAIL BOAT SMASH

    After its inquiry into the damaging mishap to R.M.S. Otranto on May 11, the Board of Trade has found that the incident was not caused by "any ...

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  13. FRIVOLS AND FROST AND SNOW ON GLORIOUS KOSCIUSKO

    The Winter sports carnival has attracted a record crowd of jocund holiday-makers to Kosciusko this year. Snow has fallen heavily for three days, ...

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  14. JOCKEY MOON IN CAR. SMASH; BUT WAS UNINJURED

    Edward Moon, the well-known steeplechase jockey, who, last Saturday, piloted Clan Robert to victory in the Grand National Steeple, at Flemington, had a ...

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  15. MELBOURNE DETECTIVES' RAID: SYDNEY ROBBERIES INVOLVED

    Detectives motored to Carrum early to—day, and, at a house in Mascot-street, detained three men, and seized a quantity of goods, alleged to be the proceeds of ...

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  16. JOHN McCORMACK MAY COME TO AUSTRALIA

    John McCormack, world-renowned Irish lyric tenor, will probably visit Australia shortly for a concert tour. It was announced by cable recently that the ...

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  17. BRITISH MINERS MIGRATING TO NEW ZEALAND

    Twenty-two miners, with 23 children, including eight in one family, migrated to New Zealand to-day. Several miners' leaders, before ...

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  18. Marry Early, or Go Insane, say Doctors

    Professor Robertson, president of the Royal College of Physician's at Edinburgh, in the course of a lecture to the British Medical Association yesterday, ...

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  19. Gang of Expert Crooks May Meet Waterloo

    As a result of the arrest of George Bray, alias Timothy Tearney (21), carpenter, the polite are hopeful of clearing up some forty robberies perpetrated by ...

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  20. HANGING TURKS MAKE HORRIBLE SPECTACLE

    The execution at Smyrna of 15 conspirators found guilty of an attempt to assassinate Mustapha Kamal Pasha (President of the Turkish Republic), was a ...

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  21. GRANVILLE MOURNS LOSS OF MUCH-LOVED PRIEST

    "A thoughtful, prayerful man, and a priest who will be sadly missed by his congregation," is how Archbishop Kelly described the late Rev. Father Briody, ...

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  22. TWO INJURED IN CRASH

    William Ritchie and Alfred Luthluick, of Julian-street, Middle Harbour, crashed into, a tram while driving a buggy at Mosman yesterday afternoon. They were ...

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  23. AMERICA PAYS BIG PRICE

    Whatever may be the verdict of history on Woodrow Wilson, the judgment of auction placed him on a pedestal at the sale of Sir William Orpheu's ...

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  24. SUSPECTED RING-IN DISAPPEARS AFTER BEING IMPOUNDED

    Officials of the Victorian Trotting Association are endeavouring to locate the trotter nominated at the Richmond meeting last Monday under the name of ...

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  25. POLICE QUELL FOOTBALL BRAWL

    A bump, a smack in the face, the promise of a brawl. The crowd rushed the ground. Police appeared. ...

    Article : 198 words
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  27. MAURICE TUOHY, ACTOR, DIES WHILE DRIVING HIS CAR

    The well-known actor-manager, Maurice Tuoby, died suddenly at Orbost this morning. He was motoring from Melbourne to Sydney, and with him in the ...

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  28. BADDELEY ISSUES USEFUL BOOKLET ON MUCH DISCUSSED ACT

    Mr. Baddeley, Minister for Labour and Industry and Mines, stated yesterday that he has had a booklet, entitled "Workers' Compensation Act. 1926— ...

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  29. FATE OF THE FRANC HANGS IN THE BALANCE TO-DAY

    Because of the Financial Committee's refusal to grant special powers, followed by M. Caillaux's emphatic protestation that the powers are necessary to save ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN SWIMMERS ARE IN THE BOOM

    New Zealand wants two lady swimmers to cross the Tasman next season, and, as the time they will get there would cost them in the vicinity of £200 each as ...

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  31. ROYAL FAMILY FAREWELLS KING ALFONSO AND QUEEN AT LONDON

    The King and Queen of Spain left London on conclusion of their private visit to this country. King George, Queen Mary, the Prince of Wales and ...

    Article : 69 words
  32. Heavy Death Roll In Train Smash In Europe

    A telegram from Bucharest states that meagre news has been received of a terrible railway smash at Ploesti, on the way to Constanza. Five carriages were ...

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  33. TECHNICAL COLLEGE NEW CHEMISTRY BUILDING TO COST £27,000

    Mr. Mutch, Minister for Education, states that a tender has been accepted for the erection of a new chemistry building at the Sydney Technical College at ...

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  34. HORDERNS' SALE TO-MORROW

    Anthony Hordern's genuine sale will commence at 9 a.m. to-morrow (Monday). As is usual with the oldest emporium in Sydney, the sale will embrace a fine ...

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