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  2. [?] FORECAST

    Moderate cyclonic disturbance SE of Lord Howe Island, expected to cause strong winds and rough ...

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  4. SHOT BY A SNIPER

    Edward Scarlett was shot dead to-day during a renewal of the fighting in the Newtonards Road area. ...

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  5. NEW LOAN ISSUE

    The new Commonwealth loan, which is to be issued for the purpose of redeeming maturing loans, will be ...

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  6. "I Fear Nobody—Decisive Moment Is Here"

    "The decisive moment is here. I have weighed everything and fear nobody. Italy knows what I want. She must make a great effort, but will be sore to impose her will, after which she will have a great place in the world," declared Signor Mussolini, when interviewed by the Rome correspondent of the "Echo de Paris." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ALAS POOR WYATT!

    The clamor for Wyatt's relegation from the captaincy of the English eleven is unabated. THE attacks, which emphasise his ...

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  8. Royal Yachtswoman

    Crown Princes Ingrid, in comfortable seaside pyjamas, when the paid a visit ashore in the harbor of Aarhus, after a cruise aboard the royal yacht Rita, with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MORE HARM THAN GOOD

    "In every field which Mr. Lloyd George explores, the Government already has taken action which has produced ...

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  10. POLICE ARE BESIEGED

    A Moslem crowd, which congregated throughout the night and had increased in numbers by the morning, became violent, and commenced ...

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  12. MAYOR OF ATHENS SEES EX-KING

    After having spent the morning closeted with ex-King George of Greece at his hotel, and the afternoon in discussions with him at a ...

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  13. FORMER COMRADES GO TO LAW

    The "Daily Express" states that Ken Waller, the airman, is bringing an action against Flight-Lieut. Cathcart Jones, his partner in the ...

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  14. AGREEMENT MADE WITH BELGIUM

    Sir Henry Gullett and the Belgian Government have reached an agreement in principle respecting the quotas of wool and meat to be ...

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  15. Mackay Aerial Expedition in Newcastle

    JUST BEFORE THE TAKE-OFF FOR SYDNEY from Newcastle Aerodrome this morning.—The member of the Mackay Expedition to Central Australia, who arrived unexpectedly yesterday by aeroplane. In the background is part of the new Monospar machine, which carried them on their travels, and inset (in front) is the Puss Moth 'plane, which served as relief and wireless 'plane. From left to right the members are: Captain F. Neale (pilot, Monospar), B. C. M. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. TOTAL SAVING OF £36,577

    Although the interest rate on the N.S.W. conversion loan in London will be unchanged, there will be an interest saving of ...

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  17. New Swimming Records For Women

    Lenore Kight (Pennsylvania), broke the world's record for the half-mile free style at the Women's National Swimming Championships to-day. ...

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  18. THE SUN STOP PRESS

    It was reported to the Fire Brigade that the names of the men killed in the gas tragedy at Hamilton this afternoon were Eric Heddles, ...

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  19. NO WREATH ON NAZI MEMORIAL

    A controversy has arisen because the British ex-servicemen, visiting Germany, did not place a wreath on the Nazi memorial, as expected. ...

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  20. GERMAN PRIESTS RISKED ARREST

    Hundreds of Catholic Priests to-day risked imprisonment by reading, though secret police were present in many churches, an anti-Nazi ...

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  21. BRITISH 'PLANE WINS FRENCH PRIZE

    The blue riband of civil flying in Franco was won by a British Percival Mew Gull machine, piloted by Count de Chateaubrun, in a flight from ...

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  22. STATUES NOT TO BE REMOVED

    Epstein, the famous sculptor, has been informed that his 18 statues erected on the front of the building (formerly the headquarters of the ...

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