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  4. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES FACE BLACK STRIKE OUTLOOK

    Underlying the remarkable current of public interest in Mr. Bavin's negot[?]tions and decisions in the matter of the appointment of three Civic Commissioners iwis a current of a different description, the existence of which adds a leavening of sensationalism to the affairs of the City Council. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. BOY DIES UNDER ANAESTHETIC

    When Death put out a cruel hand last Monday, and claimed a two-year-old boy who was under an anaesthetic, undergoing a minor operation at Royal South Sydney Hospital, he played a scurvy trick on the child's parents, Donald Cameron, of Phillip-street, Waterloo, and his wife, Maude Cameron. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. What Did Sir Hugh Denison Tell Mr. Bruce?

    The "New York Times" publishes a despatch from Canberra slating: "It is understood that Sir Hugh Denison, who resigned from the post of Australian High Commissioner in America, expressed have dissatisfaction to Mr. Bruce retarding the recognition given the Australian Commission ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. SPORT'S KISS

    Miss Mercedes Gleitze, the Channel swimmer, who is to attempt to swim across the Straits of Gibraltar, and Miss Millie Hudson, the English champion ...

    Article : 156 words
  8. FOR REPUBLIC

    A mild diversion in a comparatively dull period of Union politics has been created by a full-blooded Republican speech delivered by Mr. de Waal. Deputy ...

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  9. TRY 77

    A woman was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for. perjury. A man who was said to have been the father of her illegitimate child, was able to disprove ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. BIG COMBINE

    Official feelers, with the object of bringing cable and wireless interests together. were begun to-day, and developments are expected early in the week. ...

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  11. MAD BANDITS

    Bandits attacked the British steamer Slang tan on the Yangtsze Gorges. The vessel was anchored owing to engine trouble. ...

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  12. CHOLERA!

    Due to unsatisfactory monsoon and famine conditions, a grave cholera epidemic is raging at Bengal. Reported cases for the province total (5000 weekly ...

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  13. GILES HAS ENOUGH

    Captain Giles announces that he bas definitely postponed his Pacific flight until the Spring brings better weather, "upon the advices of the local ...

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  14. Unwanted Baby

    A male child, about three weeks old was found on Friday night in the back yard of a doctor's residence at Enmore. The child, which was well clothed and ...

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  15. MORE CRUISERS

    It was announced at the White House yesterday that the administration plans to make to the approaching Congress recommendations for tho further ...

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  16. WARTIME TRAGEDY

    A message from Riga says a wartime tragedy has been recalled by a fisherman's discovery in shallow water of the slightly damaged hulks of two German ...

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  17. ZEALANDIA LEAVES HOBART

    The steamer Zealandia left Hobart for Sydney shortly after 10 o'clock this morning, taking 488 tons of genera cargo. 1 packages of fruit, and 98 ...

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  18. STOP PRESS

    The Wartahs beat Cardiff 15 to 9. [?] referee sent Jack Ford off in the [?] half. ...

    Article : 29 words
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  20. FORD'S TRIUMPH

    The new Kurd is being extensively reviewed by all the news. [?] and the majority regard it as a serious competitor for ...

    Article : 108 words
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