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  4. ASSESSING VARIOUS QUALITIES IF HUMAN NATURE

    "The most comprehensive attempt yet made to assess scientifically the various qualities of human nature." That is how Dr. Martin, Lecturer in Psychology ...

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  5. ENGLAND TAKES THINGS EASY WHILST CHINESE SOLVE THEIR PROBLEM

    The Australian Press learns that the now instructions sent to Sir Miss Lampson (British Minister) are a recommendation to secure, if possible, a complete Hankow agreement, and to suggest to Mr. Chen that he leave aside larger matters, such as British recognition of the ...

    Article : 287 words
  6. FATALLY BURNED WHEN PETROL EXPLODED

    One man is dead and another lies in Sydney Hospital serious burned as a result of a petrol explosion which occurred at Parbury's Bond, Walsh Bay ...

    Article : 200 words
  7. PREMIER SAYS WHERE HIS PARTY STANDS ON MIGRATION

    The Premier made an important statement yesterday with regard to the matter of migration, so far as its affects New South Wales. Mr. Lang pointed out that the policy of the Government was to encourage the migration from the United Kingdom of only those classes of migrants ...

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  8. DEATH TRIALS IN WAKE OF U.S.A. CYCLONES

    Heavy loss of life and enormous damage to property is the toll, of a cyclone which, besides ...

    Article : 156 words
  9. THE FIRST IN THE FIELD IN THE GREAT £1400 COMPETITION

    THE FIRST GIRL ENTRANT.—Miss Nancy Rowse, 20 Wellington-street, Newtown. Her age is 13, and she is attending St. Kieran's School, Golden Grove ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. POLICE SEARCH FOR CALLOUS CYCLIST

    Eliza Croucher, 68, of Corunna-road, Stanmore, and May Schute, 33, of the same address, were badly hurt when they were knocked down by a motor cycle in ...

    Article : 81 words
  11. DR. EARLE PAGE NEXT HIGH COMMISSONER?

    Who is to be Australia's next High Commissioner in England— General Sir Brudenell White or Dr. Earle Page ...

    Article : 125 words
  12. ABATING FLOODS REVEAL GRIM SIGHTS

    Gradually the details of the havoc caused by the cyclone and floods in North Queensland are being pieced together. A scene of devastation greeted the ...

    Article : 125 words
  13. CENTURIES OFF THE BATS AND THOUSANDS OFF THE GATES

    That Charlie Macartney's Testimonial will break all records is now practically assured. The gross receipts yesterday amounted to £1731/3/, which, with £642 on Friday, and £225/3/ subscribed by admirers ...

    Article : 691 words
  14. £30 FOR A BOTTLE OF LING'S LAGER

    The Police Reward Fund will be enriched by £15 as a result of Ah Ling, of Lower Campbell-street, selling a bottle of lager beer to Sgt Harding and ...

    Article : 110 words
  15. Nationalists Having Bloodless Victories

    Cantonese troops are rabidly nearing Shanghai from three directions, and General Sun Chuan Fang's forces are retreating fast by foot and railway. The ...

    Article : 428 words
  16. Ships Sunk with 37 Crew

    Storms in the Pacific Ocean had a disastrous effect on shipping as they approached the already havoc-wrecked coast ...

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  17. MOTORIST DODGES CYCLIST, AND IS KILLED

    Dennis Clifford, of Mascot, a middleaged man, was killed, and Archibald Hampton, 40, married, of Macintosh street. Mascot, suffered injuries to the ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN INVENTOR SECURES RECOGNITION IN LONDON

    A new petrol pump, designed by an Australian, Frank Hammond, has been installed in the Royal Garages at Windsor, Sandringham, and Marlborough ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. GUN-PLAY IN DANCE-HALL RIOT AT BRISBANE

    Ten young men who were charged with creating a disturbance at a dance hall in Newmarket last night, forfeited their bail in the police court to-day ...

    Article : 82 words
  20. Is this Soviet Influence at Work ?

    Significantly synchronising with Sun Chunn Fang's reverse, the Chekiang General Labor Union last night called a general strike for to-day, to enforce ...

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  21. IRELAND IS SETTLING DOWN TO BUSINESS, SAYS CLERIC

    "Ireland is speedily settling down to real business," said Father John Rohan, of Naremburn, who returned by the Makura yesterday after a 12 months' tour ...

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  22. BISHOP OF LONDON TO PREACH AT BATHURST TO-DAY

    The Right Hon. and Right Rev. Dr. Ingram, Bishop of London, left yesterday for Bathurst, where he will be the guest of Bishop Long for a few days ...

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