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  4. ESSEX MURDER

    THE SHEFFIELD ex-convict who was awarded £2000 in connection with the conviction of Browne and Kennedy, sentenced to death ...

    Article : 120 words
  5. NORTH POLE FLIGHT

    GENERAL NOBILE'S airship, Italla, landed at noon at King's Bay, Spitzbergen, from Vadso in 15 1/2 hours, which was seven hours ...

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  6. TILL TO-DAY!

    A SPECIAL meeting of the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association yesterday decided to refuse the request of the marine ...

    Article : 76 words
  7. WEATHER

    Rain fell on the central and North Coast up to 9 this morning, and portions of the Northern Tableland. Over an inch fell at Manning Heads. ...

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  8. THE WHEAT MARKET

    The local wheat market is quiet, with parcels on offer at 5/ per bushel, country stations,a nd 5/7[?] truckside, Sydney. ...

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  9. GOLF

    Stewart, in the qualifying round of St. George's course, finished five strokes behind the leader. ...

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  10. MOTH IN FLAMES

    A double flying fatality occurred at Bristol, when the pilot, Hopper, and a passenger named Tanner, aboard a Moth aeroplane, crashed after a ...

    Article : 94 words
  11. SUDDEN DEATH

    The Minister for Customs (Mr. Pratten) was addressing a meeting of ladies last night, when he collapsed and died. ...

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  12. RURAL WORKERS' WAGE

    The full bench of the Industrial Commission, consisting of M[?] tice Piddington, Mr. Justice Street, and Mr. Justice Canter, began an inquiry ...

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  13. 300 FEET TO RIVER

    William Yapp, of Bindi, was killed when his car got out of control and dashing over an embankment fell 300 feet to the river below. ...

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  14. BOOTLEGGING

    A Middleton, Ohio, message states that although heavily armed guards are patrolling the city, there is fear of mob voilence a[?] the result of the ...

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  15. BULGARIA

    Severe rain and snowstorms are adding to the sufferings of thousands of people who are out in the open as a result of the earthquakes in ...

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  16. 300 JAPS KILLED

    The War Office advices indicate that under 300 Japanese were kilted at Tsinanfu. No report was received regarding other foreigners. ...

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  17. DAVIS CUP

    A message from Genoa states that rain fell all day, and the doubles with the Australians were postponed. ...

    Article : 26 words
  18. BATHURST BURR

    When Kyoamba Shire Council, at Wagga Police Court yesterday, proceeded against James J. Salmon for having failed to destroy Bathurst ...

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  19. OLD OFFENDER

    Repented complaints having been received of clothing lost during the progress of dances at country halls, the Wagga police recently set out ...

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  20. FELL UNDER TRAIN

    Whilst being escorted to Pentridge gaol a prisoner named Halligan broke away from his guards on Prahran railway station. He ...

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