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  2. WOMEN IN SPORT

    When I helped to summarise the comparative capabilities of man and woman in the world of sport 30 years ago, it was concluded that in croquet the finest ...

    Article : 520 words
  3. KINGBOROUGH COUNCIL

    The monthly meeting of the Kingborough Council was held yesterday at the Council Chambers, Kingston. All councillors were present, with the ...

    Article : 546 words
  4. BOTHWELL AFFAIRS

    At the meeting of the Bothwell Council yesterday, the Warden (Councillor, the Rev. A. E. Hutchinson) presided. The question of charges for water used ...

    Article : 854 words
  5. OLD-TIME WRECK

    Keen interest has been aroused at Riversdale, South Africa, by the discovery in the old Kruis River Valley of the old homestead of Jacob van Reenen, ...

    Article : 631 words
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  7. VICAR'S BANKRUPTCY

    Allegations that a clergyman's accounts were "faked" by his wife, entered into a case considered in the Leeds Bankruptcy Court a few weeks ago. ...

    Article : 462 words
  8. POLICE COURT NEWS

    In the New Norfolk Police Court yesterday, before the Warden (Mr. Gordon Matheson) and Mr. T. Andrews, Js.P., Inspector Tomkinson, prosecuting. ...

    Article : 358 words
  9. FASHIONS IN WINE

    In the rubicund gleam of a wine bottle there has been reflected for Mr. H. Todd half a century of social change and a revolution in many manners and ...

    Article : 415 words
  10. 50 YEARS AGO

    Cable Across the Derwent.— Residents on both sides of the river will be pleased to learn that the Government has taken ...

    Article : 97 words
  11. THE WHITTINGTON TRADITION

    There was a small 12-year-old boy, earning five shillings weekly in a London office, 61 years ago; he is now Lord Mayor of London. Short, rotund, ...

    Article : 176 words
  12. MONUMENT TO GERMAN SPY

    A monument to Karl Hans Lody, the German spy who was executed at the Tower ot London shortly after the outbreak of the Great War, was unvelled ...

    Article : 217 words
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    Britons are marrying more freely. There were 143,248 weddings in the first six months of 1934, or 13,751 more than in the corresponding period of 1933. ...

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  14. REFORMING A DOG

    Once a killer but now a life-saver. That is "Wolf," a two and a half-year-old Alsatian dog, which is tenth lifeguard on the beach at Tynemouth (England), ...

    Article : 201 words
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  16. SAVED FROM THE SEA

    When the Duke of Connaught [?]ned Connaught Gardens at Sid[?] Devon, a few weeks ago, he put the crowning touch on an effort in which ...

    Article : 149 words
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    An ancient Chinese city long lost to the sight of men is reported to have partially emerged from the surface of Taihu, or the Great Lake, as drought conditions ...

    Article : 156 words
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    The Loch Ness monster has been identified as a member of the seal family, possibly a grey seal. Its identity has been proved by "one of the most ...

    Article : 116 words
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    Isaac Small, aged 64 years, a labourer, of Orleans, Massachusetts, decided a year ago that sleep was a waste of time. Since then he has never gone to bed— ...

    Article : 67 words
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