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  4. PAPER WRAPPING IS MURDER CLUE

    A right-handed man, using a blow similar to a chop stroke in tennis, undoubtedly killed Francis Kemmis, the Hornsby banker, on July 7. He was hit from behind, with the blow coming from his left side. He was aided by a man serving in the role of lookout. ...

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  5. MOST BEAUTIFUL MANNEQUIN IN THE WORLD

    Photo of Hebe, considered the most beautiful mannequin in the world. She is internationally known, and sought by all the great dressmaking houses. —Photo., Copyright, Underwood and Underwood. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DOINGS IN THIS AND THAT

    IT is to be hoped that the Board of Trade will turn a deaf ear to the pleas of those who seek to reduce the weekly wage of women workers from ...

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  7. BIRTH CONTROL

    LONDON, Friday Night.—The Birth Control Conference, which is composed largely of British doctors, has passed the ...

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  8. MILLERAND'S ESCAPE

    LONDON, Friday Night.—A message from Paris states that when the attempted assassination took place, M. Millerand, the President of France, was returning ...

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  9. ROME, TOO!

    LONDON, Saturday.—A Rome message reports that Cardinal Marini refused to administer the sacrament of Communion to 20 girls belonging to the ...

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  10. COMPLIANT MR. COCKS and TRIVIAL MR. BAVIN

    Perhaps Sir Joseph Carruthers is the Big Bear who has gobbled up all the Ministers. Whoever has swallowed them, Mr. Cocks (North Sydney) and Mr. Bavin (Ryde) have ceased to be of value to their ...

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  12. TITLES WANTED

    CAPETOWN, Friday Night.—The Senate rejected, by 20 votes to nine, this motion by Senator Reitz, ex-President of the Senate: ...

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  14. PRISONER'S ESCAPE

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—William Westley Higgins (23), a prisoner doing two and a half years' sentence at Pentridge for warehouse breaking and ...

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  16. THE CAPE WANTS Australian Trade

    CAPETOWN, Saturday.— Much interest has been aroused in commercial circles by the statement made by the statement made by the ...

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  17. LOST VIGOR

    A few months ago Mr. Greg McGirr posed as the most formidable man in the Labor movement. His was the tonic that would ...

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  18. TRAIN SMASH

    LONDON, Saturday.—Paris reports that a train, passing under a viaduct at Pont La Chapelle, near Paris, unaccountably divided and proceded along different ...

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  19. Government Workers Reduced

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—Deputy-President Webb, who has just been appointed to the Federal Arbitration Court, decided against the Government carriage ...

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  20. INNOCENT LADY

    LONDON, Friday Night.—In the case of John Hugo Russell, heir to Lord Ampthill, who is suing his wife for a divorce, Mrs. Russell, in her evidence, admitted ...

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  21. Died in Street

    Thomas Glossop, 65, who lived at 7 O'Connell-street, City, collapsed at Central Square yesterday afternoon. At Sydney Hospital, Dr. McGill pronounced ...

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  22. £10 For a Trade Name

    We are PLACING on the market at an early date a highly-refined and pleasant-tasting pure vegetable oil for salads, mayonnaise and all ...

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  23. RAILWAY STRIKE THREATENS PARALYSIS IN U.S.A.

    The United States face an industrial paralysis because of the strike involving railroad and mine workers. More than 1,000,000 men already have ...

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  24. ENGLISHWOMEN NEED CORSETS

    English dressmakers are in revolt against laxity in the way in which women wear—or do not wear—corsets. The almost tropical weather in England has caused many women to discard as much clothing as possible, including their ...

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  25. FAITH HEALING

    CAPETOWN, Friday Night.— There were extraordinary and unprecedented scenes at the Anglican Cathedral on the ...

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