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  4. NEWCASTLE POLICEMAN'S DEATH IS SHROUDED IN MYSTERY

    How a lifeboat from Moolfre, Anglesey, saved a ketch's crew at the height of terrible gales on October 28, by descending on the ketch's deck, is revealed in ...

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  5. KIND MR. FORD

    A message from Detroit states that Edsell Ford has issued a statement in which he denies that his father, Henry Ford, promised the stockholders in the ...

    Article : 134 words
  6. RAIN FIENDS

    Wind and rain storms took toll of 13 lives throughout the United States, and caused enormous property damage. ...

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  7. HELD OVER!

    There is strong reason to suppose that the City Council's decision to resume "Omrah" the well-known 30-roomed Darlinghurst building which for many years was, used as a private hospital, will not meet with the approval of the Governor-in-council. About the resumption there is an ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. OUR SHIPS

    When Mr. Bruce was elected bo said bo had a mandate from the people to deport Tom Walsh and his magenta followers. ...

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  9. BEACONS FOR SMITH

    The United States War Department announced to-day that the Army Radio Beacon Service will he available to Captain Kingsford Smith during his flight ...

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  10. BIG RAILWAY MOVE

    Five big groups of British railways have announced their intention of applying to Parliament for foil powers to engage in motor transport by road. ...

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  11. AN AMERICAN SAINT

    A martyred Denver (U.S.A.) priest, Father Leo Heinricks, a member of the order of Franciscans, slain at his altar on February 3,1908, may be the first American saint of the Roman Catholic Church. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. MYSTERY OF THE AIR

    The attempted non-stop flight to India by Australian Bert Hinckler and Captain McIntosh has developed into a first-class mystery of the air, unequalled in aviation. At midnight, all England was bewildered. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. WORLD'S UNIONISTS

    The International Labor Bureau, at Geneva, has completed statistics showing that there are 37,000,000 Trade Unionists in the world. ...

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  14. ARE THEY SPIES?

    Tane Hansen, a German, and James MacCartney, an Englishman, have been charged with espionage, and will appear at Bow-street court. ...

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  15. HEENEY & SHARKEY

    Jack Sharkey (America) and Tom Heeney (New Zealand) will definitely fight on January 13, in Tex Rickard's heavyweight elimination tournament. ...

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  16. SEX APPEAL

    Increasing attention is being paid by intellectuals of Britain to the possibilities of films. Mr. Bernard Shaw, at a Trade Show ...

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  17. DERBY SELLS

    Lord Derby has sold a great part of his Lancashire property, comprising the ground rents of 22,000 houses, including practically the whole of the town of ...

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  18. JAPAN'S STRENGTH

    The Emperor has returned to Tokio after witnessing the grand military manoeuvres. Over 80,000 men of all arms and four aeroplane divisions ...

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