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  3. MYSTERIOUS FIRE

    The King Edward Hotel, in the centre of the business district of Hong Kong, was practically gutted in a serious fire of mysterious origin, which broke out ...

    Article : 218 words
  4. DISGRACEFUL SCENES

    Those who refused to act as tellers when called were O'Sullivan, Clyne, Knights, Smith, Scully, Tully, Cahill, Buter, R. Cameron, McDisken, Hoad ...

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  5. NEW RECORD

    He took a four mile start before entering the mile stretch, over which he ran first North and then South, stopping between his runs to pack [?]ce ...

    Article : 91 words
  6. DISMISSED

    A sunrise was caused in shipping circles to-day by the announcement that Captain Newberry, master of the ill-fated ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 78 words
  7. BRADMAN AND FAIRFAX IN FORM

    There were more than 8,000 people at the Melbourne Cricket Ground when the Fifth Test match was resumed to-day. ...

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  8. TOLD BY 'PHONE

    Within a few miuutes of breaking the record, Seagrave spoke on the trans-Atlantc telephone to the "Daily Express." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 441 words
  9. THE SILENT NAVY

    Britain's silent Navy realises that it pays to let the public know more about it. At the invitation of the Admiralty ...

    Article : 72 words
  10. THE KING

    For the first time since his illness the King was out of doors to-day. The weather was beautifully fine and full advantage was taken of the warm ...

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  11. MASE

    Mase, the New Zealander, who is planning a flight to the Dominion, and who crashed yesterday, was not seriously injured. ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. GOLD BY AIR

    A New Guinea gold mining syndicate to purchased a powerful aeroplane similar to an Imperial Airways' liner, to transport tts gold. ...

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  13. REPARATIONS

    A committee of experts on Reparation held a plenary session this morning in Paris, and discussed the functions of the proposed new international bank ...

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  14. CAMBRIDGE BLUES

    The Australians L. R. Mann and P. C. Wallace were awarded the Cambridge Blues for hurdles and weightputting respectively. ...

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  15. CONFLICT OF AWARDS

    The Premier (Mr. Bavin), interviewed on his return to Sydney, said that the position in regard to the overlapping of Federal and State awards was ...

    Article : 168 words
  16. THE WORLD'S SLOWEST

    "If play continues at the present rate this will be the world's slowest cricket match. It may possbly be over in time for the englishmen to ...

    Article : 266 words
  17. ENGLISH CRITICISM

    The "Evening Standard," in the final edition, has head lines: "Trench Warfare Methods in Test Cricket: Woodfull Digs In." ...

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