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  3. Have No Fear for Our Industries, says the Governor

    The Australian Manufactures Exhibition, at the Show Ground, was opened yesterday by the State Governor in the presence of a big crowd, prominent among which were Messrs. R. A. Marks (president of the Chamber of Manufacturers), Sir Clifton Love (representing ...

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  4. 200,000 VISITORS!

    Exclusive information is available concerning the mammoth Catholic Eucharistic Congress to be held in Sydney in September next year. By reason of the significance of the event, the fact ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Big Death Roll in Sweeping Cold Wave

    The cold wave which swept nearly across the American continent during the week caused intense suffering and much damage to property, especially in the Rocky Mountain States and the mid-west. It is estimated that the death roll will number 40 or 50, but full particulars will ...

    Article : 243 words
  6. Sutcliffe Ends English Cricket War

    Sutcliffe, the famous Yorkshire batsman, has declined the offer of the captaincy of the county cricket team. It was the first occasion on which a professional had been elected captain of n county team. "Official information received yesterday. Many thanks for great ...

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  7. SIR PHILIP GIBBS

    Sir Philip Gibbs, who is expected to accompany his fellow distinguished writers, G. K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc, as ...

    Article : 92 words
  8. PAPAL HIGH MASS

    The main religious ceremonies of the Congress will be the celebration of Pontifical High Masses at the mammoth high altar to be ...

    Article : 97 words
  9. ICY BLASTS

    Captain Amundsen, famous explorer, has resigned from the Royal Geographical Society as the outcome of a bitter dispute arising out of what he describes as a ...

    Article : 202 words
  10. SILICOSIS SUBS

    Employers of workmen in sandstone—as stonemasons, quarrymen, rock-choppers or sewer-miners—must pay 5 per cent, of the wanes paid ...

    Article : 188 words
  11. Japan Angry

    The Japanese Press in featuring the disappointment of the nation at the fact that President Coolidge, while advocating pence movements, is agreeing to a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 79 words
  12. American Navy

    The House of Representatives has toted in favor of elevating the guns of U.S. battleships, provided President Coolidge determines that such action would ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 66 words
  13. "KILL HIM"

    Europe is threatened by a great criminal invasion, according to C. F. Coe, American export in criminology, who has reached here to study crime in ...

    Article : 140 words
  14. BROODY!

    It is not unusual for a dog to mother a kitten, or for a ent to maternally shield an orphan puppy, but it is a new occurrence to learn of a pigeon hatching ...

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  15. TRIBUTE TO LABOR

    A noteworthy and remarkable tribute to Ramsay Macdonald, Great Britain's first Labor Prime Minister, and at present Leader of the Opposition, was paid ...

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  16. HOME OF "THE DOGS"

    In view of the Australian ban on tim hare night betting, it is interesting to note that London, within six months, has become the home of greyhound racing on ...

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  17. KING KNOWS HIS EGGS

    "Take care. For the King," was the obviously Australian inscription on a case of 30 dozen Queensland eggs which arrived by the Ceramic to-day. ...

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  18. CANADA'S PARLIAMENT

    A message from Ottowa states that Parliament will open on January 20. The immigration question is expected to be the subject of the major debate. ...

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  19. WHERE TO GO

    The R.A.C.A. has supplied us with the following one-day runs, which are recommended to motorists:— ...

    Article : 62 words
  20. Pick Your Beach

    High tide 9.8 a.m.; 9.46 p.m. Bondi: Fairy calm; some good shoots. Coogee: Good rollers, improving ...

    Article : 56 words
  21. DOUBLE TRAGEDY WIFE KILLED WITH AXE

    "For God's sake, send for the police," was the note found in a milk billy, when the wife of William Alexander Foster, a schoolmaster, formerly of Samoa, was ...

    Article : 64 words
  22. FRACTURED SKULL

    Edward Wasson, aged 7, who lived with his parents in Hargrave-street, Paddington, was found yesterday afternoon lying on the road, near his residence, in ...

    Article : 110 words
  23. ECLIPSE OF MOON

    The total eclipse of the moon was not was in London owing to henry clouds; out but was visible in several ports of the British [?] notably at Belfast. Seen ...

    Article : 61 words
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