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

    The president of Section A (Astronomy, Mathematics, and Physics) at the Conference of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, Mr. Laby, who is still ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 353 words
  7. JAPANESE SPIES.

    Although little publicity has been given to the fact, a strict investigation is now being made into the operations of Japanese spies in the Philippine Islands. ...

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  8. BOY SOLDIERS.

    "You can't reform a man by legislation" is a statement which we have heard frequently from the man on the kerbstone. But the Federal Government, by the introduction of ...

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  9. THE LIE DIRECT.

    Leichhardt Council is dying hard, and the aldermen have apparently made up their minds to see their term of office out in fighting form. At the last couple of ...

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  10. THE PANAMA CANAL.

    The Panama Canal is to be fortified with the most modern and approved guns, batteries, and system of mines known to military science. ...

    Article : 154 words
  11. TRIUMPH OF WIRELESS.

    Two of Huddart, Parker's big steamers--the Riverina and Ulimaroa--are alongside the company's wharf at Darling Harbor this morning, and both possess Telefunken ...

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  12. THE GREEK NAVY.

    It is reported from Athens that King George of Greece has approached the British Admiralty with a view to obtaining its permission for Vice-Admiral Sir Edmund ...

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  13. GOLF.

    One round was sufficient for most players on Saturday afternoon. Even the man who consistently practises after his round to cure some fault developed during the course of the ...

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  14. FRENCH DREADNOUGHTS.

    The Premier, M. Briand, is said to be absolutely persuaded of the imperative necessity for the French navy being strengthened by at least eight Dreadnoughts. ...

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  15. SUPERINTENDENT GRUGEON KILLED.

    The Inspector-General of Police has received news of the death of Superintendent Grugeon, officer-in-charge of the South-western Police District, of which Deniliquin is ...

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  16. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    Professor Jacoviello, of the University of Parma, Italy, has invented an appliance that will, it is declared, completely revolution the present system of wireless ...

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  17. HARBOR FORESHORES.

    The committee of the Harbor Foreshores Vigilance Committee will wait upon the Premier to-morrow with reference to the Vaucluse resumptions. The committee has also ...

    Article : 97 words
  18. LARGEST IN THE WORLD.

    Some of buildings in Thirty-fourth-street, Old Broadway, are now being demolished to make way for what is to be the largest hotel in the world. ...

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  20. DUTCH DEFENCES.

    Popular opinion in Holland is still strongly opposed to the Government's scheme for spending £5,000,000 on its coast defences. The general belief is that the Dutch ...

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