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  4. Thousands Thrown on the [?] of a Hoof

    FIELD-GLASSES, shining in the sunlight like the yellow eyes of ogres; color; dazzling frocks; sunshine; horses; very green lawns; a vast sea of faces rising upwards like a long, huge sail bellied by the wind; above that sea a long, shimmering scarf of heat haze; a steady, monotonous drone of voices; and—new suits and tight boots. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 836 words
  5. BEAT DEATH

    HERE'S a man with a message. In 1920 the best Sydney doctors sentenced Mr. W. Smythe, of the Motor Cycle House, 480 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 511 words
  6. Boy Drowned

    The first drowning fatality of the new swimming season occurred yesterday, and it will be a black weekend for the parents of Ralph Stanley ...

    Article : 125 words
  7. "THAT'S THE MAN!"

    One of the most extraordinary murder mysteries is being inquired into by the Coroner at Reading. A story has been told that in many features outrivals any stage thriller; and a singular coincidence is provided by the fact that the central figure at the ...

    Article : 602 words
  8. DEATH'S CYCLE

    Newtown-Marrickville Ambulance Brigade is experiencing a remarkable universal cycle of deaths in connection ...

    Article : 96 words
  9. Labor Leads

    At the finish of counting, J. S. Clancy, barrister, Labor candidate, was topping the poll for the Ashfield by-election held yesterday. ...

    Article : 140 words
  10. Sudden Death

    Cecil James Higgins, aged 65, of Enmore-road, Newtown, collapsed and died in Station-street, Newtown, yesterday. Newtown District Ambulance ...

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  11. Scooped Pool

    HOW Eric Connolly scooped the pool in the 1929 Epsom will go down in history us one of the most remarkable betting plunges associated with the ...

    Article : 461 words
  12. STILL MISSING

    Up till a late hour last night the Artarmon police were still searching for two girls who disappeared on Wednesday from St. Joseph's Orphanage ...

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  13. £9,000,000!

    SINCE he succeeded Cardinal Moran as Archbishop of Sydney in 1911, Archbishop Kelly, who was recently "tipped" as a likely Cardinal, has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. 40 Seats

    "I feel confident in predicting that the result of the polling on Saturday will be the return of a minimum of 40 Labor members," ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 199 words
  15. EAST-WEST CRASH

    The Gipsy Moth, piloted by C. D. Pratt, with J. R. Guthrie (son of Senator Guthrie, owner of the plane), crashed about 30 miles from here, in the ...

    Article : 68 words
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  18. HIS PROTEGE

    W. B. Carmichael, well-known newsprint merchant, of Sydney, during a visit to New Zealand, met a child named Bubbles Jenkinson, to whom he became ...

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