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  6. .News of tine World by Our Independent Cable Service.

    The story told yesterday afternoon in Manly by a well-known clergyman of Strathfield district, concerning the doings of two mysterious young women who, it is ...

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  7. AERIAL SUPREMACY.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Standard" supplies that journal with an interesting account of what Germany is doing in the way of aerial defence. ...

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  8. THE COTTON LOCK-OUT.

    It is reported that a truce is being arranged between the cotton mill owners in Lancashire and the locked-out employees. Another two days should see the return to ...

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  9. HANKOW RECAPTURED.

    The combined rebel force, ten thousand strong, has retaken Hankow. The victorious Republican army is now marching into the adjoining province of ...

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  10. SUICIDE BY CYANIDE.

    The contents of a note found in the coat of Ernest Frank Williams, aged 43, a shearers' cook, who committed suicide by taking cyanide of potassium on Thursday night, or ...

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  11. A WINEGROWER'S WILL.

    Probate has been granted in respect of the will of Mr. Arthur Heavy Lindeman, of Cawarra, near Gresford, grazier and vigneron, who died on May 9, 1911. By his last will ...

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  12. WORST FOR YEARS.

    The cold wave now sweeping over the United States is the worst that has been experienced for years. Many deaths from exposure continue to be ...

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  13. "FAKIN' 'EM."

    The story of a search by a crowd of people for the solution of the mystery "How to get rich quick" was told at the Central Police Court to-day, when Frank Ward, 33, ...

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  14. AUSTRALIAN PAINTER.

    The latest addition to the ranks of Australian natives who give promise of brilliant achievement in art in the old world is Mr. Horace Brodzky, son of Mr. Maurice Brodzky, ...

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  15. SCARED BY MOTOR LORRY.

    A runaway that occurred in George-street West last night resulted in a sulky being badly damaged. A horse attached to a lorry belonging to Mr. H. Hillier was standing ...

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  16. NO BAND FOR PADDINGTON.

    The aldermen of Paddington Council pricked up their ears last night when a letter from Manoel A Sousa was rend submitting a proposal for the establishment of ...

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  18. THE HAT THAT WAS STOLEN.

    Alfred Kimber Wilkins, a gardener employed at Bayswater-road, missed £2 worth of property from his room on December 18. Harry Edwin Mervin, who worked at the ...

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  19. CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING.

    The receipts from the recent A. A. Championship meeting show a profit of £212. The receipts from all sources amounted to £517 and the expenditure to £305, ...

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