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  4. BOOKMAKER WHOSE DEATH WAS ANNOUNCED AND FUNERAL ADVERTISED STILL ALIVE

    Norman Clyde McPherson, a young suburban starting-price bookmaker, has started his own little world turning upside down. His death was reported by urgent telegram to a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,263 words
  5. POLICE LAY TRAP FOR EXCOLLEAGUE INVOLVED IN £600 STEALING CHARGE

    Shortly after 9 o'clock on Friday morning a hesty mechanic carrying a kit of tools walked into a ladies outfitting establishment in Sydney Arcade. He took his coat off, rolled up his sleeves, and proceeded to repair some of the machinery. ...

    Article : 658 words
  6. DICTATIONAL COMPLEX PUTS FIRE AND FLURRY INTO OUR POLITICS

    "Dictators" and "dictatorships" are words that are being worn away to a shadow. They are playing a prominent part in all discussions of the political situation. ...

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  7. EMPIRE CONFERENCE DISCUSSES PROBLEMS OF POPULATION.

    The Imperial Conference yesterday adopted the Oversea Settlement Sub committee's report, on the question of redistribution of the Empire's white ...

    Article : 509 words
  8. TWO GIRLS STONE NAKED MAN AT PETERSHAM

    A naked man is terrorizing girls in the Petersham district late at night. One night a few weeks ago, in Crystal street, he sprang at two girls returning home. They stoned him, one of the missiles striking him on the head. During the week he appeared again, but got away on a ...

    Article : 419 words
  9. MINERS SEEK TO NEGOTIATE WITH OWNERS

    The miners conference has passed a resolution recommending all districts to immediately open negotiations with owners in their respective districts. ...

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  10. CHOPIN MONUMENT TO BE UNVEILED TO-DAY IN WARSAW

    A cable has been received in Sydney by the Polish Consul-General that to-day, in Warsaw, Chopin's monument will be unveiled. ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. GIRL OF SEVEN YEARS MURDERS OVER 71,000 FLIES

    Recently the Melbourne "Herald" arranged a fly-killing competition in connection with Melbourne's Health Week. It is estimated that 3,000,000 ...

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  12. MAN'S THROAT SLASHED WITH RAZOR

    Duncan Campbell, 22 of Robert-street, Footseray lies Melbourne Hospital in a serious condition, with a severe razor cash in the throat. ...

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  13. AFRICA'S FLAG TROUBLE

    The announcement that the Natal branch of the South African Typographical Union has severed its connection with the Labour Party, owing to ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. M.L.A. BLAMES WORKS DEPT. FOR NO WATER SCANDAL

    The position on the coalfields in regard to the water supply has become, acute. Mr. Booth, M.L.A., has urged the Minister for Works to provide funds ...

    Article : 186 words
  15. ASKS CITY COUNCIL TO TACKLE TRAFFIC PROBLEM

    Alderman Milner Stephen, of the City Council, at Tuesday night's meeting of that body, will endeavour to get the Council to tackle its end of the traffic ...

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  17. PITY THE POOR BATSMEN

    The County Cricket Advisory committee this afternoon discussed the advisability of assisting bowlers, and agreed to favour the smaller ball. ...

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  18. £50 OR £30 Can You Win it?

    "The Sunday Times" offers its readers each week a chance of winning £50 or £10 as a consolation in a Turf contest on Wednesday's ...

    Article : 134 words
  19. AUSTRALIA'S CUT FROM TESTS—£16,000

    The Test Match Board of Cricket Control has reported that the gross receipts from the recent Tests amounted to £60,000. ...

    Article : 66 words
  20. CLEMENT K. SHORTER PASSES

    Clement King Shorter, for many years a director of "The Sphere" and "Tatler Company, and editor of "The Sphere," is dead. ...

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