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  4. WORLD-WIDE NO[?]

    It has recently been discourse flour made from cotton[?] valuable food for general [?]tion, and an inexpensive [?] ...

    Article : 109 words
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  6. WORLD-WIDE NOTES.

    For communicating after night, the signal corps of the British Army is clipped with an electric flashlight apparatus which is easily portable ...

    Article : 121 words
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  8. Letters from the Front.

    The following extracts are from a letter received from a Gympie lad in France: "I met Willie, Kay in our hospital and the chap that was ...

    Article : 201 words
  9. AMUSEMENTS

    "The Prince and the Pauper," which will be the principal attraction at the Olympia to-night, is one of the most thoroughly enjoyable of ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. NORTH POLE CAUSES EARTHQUAKES.

    That the "wobbling", of the North Pole may be responsible in some cases for earthquakes is the latest theory tentatively advanced by ...

    Article : 159 words
  11. FAMOUS DAMS.

    The construction or the gigantic storage wall, known as the Burrinjuck dam—the most interesting part of the New South Wales irrigation ...

    Article : 167 words
  12. SKY PERISCOPES

    In the cities that are [?] visited by Zeppelin an[?] watchers on the lookout [?] craft have sa[?]ered from [?] ...

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  13. FROM LIEUT. P. BARRON.

    Writing to Miss L. Stamp. Red Hill, Gympie, under date. February 2. from the Australian branch of the British Red Cross Society in London ...

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  14. USEFUL STICK.

    In order to escape the necessity of carrying the customary medicine case when making calls on his patients, a physician, who formerly was United ...

    Article : 248 words
  15. "GLORIA'S ROMANCE."

    Gloria's Romance in which Billie Burke will be seen at the Olympia, on Easter Monday, April 9th, was written by two persons—Mr. and Mrs ...

    Article : 284 words
  16. VAGARIES OF ROMB-DROPPING.

    Strange and varied, indeed, are the experiences related by Taube victims. A man engaged in selling chestnuts near the church in Dunkirk on the ...

    Article : 198 words
  17. SEARCHLIGHTS IN [?]

    In military operations, [?] gin[?]ering," it is freques[?] importance that a search[?] not have have to be exting[?] ...

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  18. THE "HORSE CHESTNUT."

    Why the horse chestnut is so called is a debatable point, but at least one passable explanation of the name may be found in a peculiar ...

    Article : 155 words
  19. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The noted film "Neptune's Daughter" in which the star part is taken by Annette Kellerman, will be shown at the Theatre Royal, on Saturday ...

    Article : 123 words
  20. STAINLESS STEEL FOR [?]

    Every device which held believe woman of the gr[?] [?]nual burden of main[?] home as a going concern ...

    Article : 94 words
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  22. MONKLNAD PICTURES.

    The Monkland "Movies" have secured the stirring five reel South American photoplay "The Gentleman from Mississippi," for to-night. ...

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  23. BORTHMARKS REMOVE RADIUM.

    Radium has been used [?] during the past year at [?] Institution in London for [?]cation of birthmarks. In a ...

    Article : 67 words
  24. STRAND PICTURES.

    Those in search of spectacular drama, accompanied by plenty of thrills, are informed elsewhere that their wishes will be complied with ...

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  25. HOSPITAL BENEFIT.

    The sacred concert in aid of the Gympie Hospital, to be held in the Olympia Air Dome, to-morrow night, promises to be a fine success. An ...

    Article : 41 words
  26. MISLEADING NAMES IN TRY.

    One of the strangest chemistry is, says the "[?] Inquirer" (U.S.), the fact [?] of the chemical names ...

    Article : 106 words
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  28. ON THE WRONG [?]

    We came out of the [?] bitterly cold night, and [?] in a barn, where we were [?] sardines in a tin. ...

    Article : 155 words
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