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  3. OCEAN FORECAST

    Strong westerlies and moderate to rough weather over southern and eastern parts of the ...

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  5. THE WEATHER

    Newcastle District Forecast: Cloudy and unsettled with more rain, Variable wind. ...

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  6. Relics of the Stone Age Found in Sub-polar Regions

    "Our main efforts must be to restore the mutual confidence between the police and public, which hitherto has been a striking and unhappy feature of our National organisation." This declaration was made by Lord Lee, of Fareham, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. FOR SOUTH POLE

    Starting upon one of the greatest thrusts ever attempted into the unknown. Commander Richard E. Byrd, the famous aviator-explorer, bade farewell to America at 5 o'clock to-day. With his small band of eager companions, he sailed on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. STONE AGE

    A definite and vivid link with one of the very earliest stages of the human race has been discovered in the sub-Polar regions ...

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  9. AIR SPEED

    In his final practice flight, in the super-marine Napler seaplane 85, in which he hopes to to break flying speed records, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Child Murderer Decides to "Die Gamely"

    "I have confessed my terrible sins and will die gamely," said William Edward Hickman, the murderer of little Marlon Parker, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. "SEX APPEAL"

    "Bishop" Alma White, founder and president of the American Pillar of Fire movement, and described as the only woman bishop, ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. 'YARD'S' MYSTERIES

    The special representative of "The Sun" found that the two Sydney detectives, J. Quinn and W. R. Lawrence, who, with Inspector Mackay, are ...

    Article : 158 words
  13. "KEEP OFF THE GRASS"

    Dealing briefly with "Diplomacy and the League of Nations," when addressing the Women's Canadian Club, Sir Rennell Rodd, M.P., the former ...

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  14. 10 YEARS' GAOL

    The Riga correspondent of "The Times" says that the trial, on a charge of corruption, of 130 officials of the Taxation Department of Rostoy-on-the ...

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  15. LEFT £20,000,000

    The English estate of Sir David Yule, famous Eastern merchant, who died in July, is valued at £348,015. The remained, estimated at £20,000,000, is ...

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    NORTH SHORE BRIDGE IN MINIATURE.—The new bridge over the Tyne, built by Dorman, Long and Co., which was opened by the King yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. THE SUN STOP PRESS

    Rain was falling steadily all day and 40 points were registered at [?] p.m., still raining. It was the best fall for over two months. ...

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  18. TO BE PUBLISHED

    As anticipated, the Cabinet to-day decided to publish the Anglo-French naval compromise proposals at the earliest 'possible moment, says "The ...

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