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  4. THE FABLE OF THE RAINY DAY.

    There was once a man, and he was the Whole Performance. He wrote the Play, ran the Star Part, and took the money at the Doors. He never went short of an ...

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

    The controversy between the humanitarians and the scientists has been resuscitated by the refusal of Lord Cromer, president of the Research Defence Society, to resign the ...

    Article : 178 words
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  7. "GREAT OLD RUCTIONS."

    One of the public gatherings attended by the King and the Queen on Saturday was that at the opening of a playground in the poorest and roughest suburb of Dublin. ...

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  8. LEAGUE TEAM FOR ENGLAND.

    Aspirants for inclusion in the Australasian Rugby team for Great Britain are this week on tenterhooks, inasmuch as the selectors will decide upon the second batch of eight ...

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  9. HEARSES IN MUD.

    The frightful condition of the streets of the eastern suburbs is at last reusing the residents to emphatic protest. A petition from residents and ratepayers of ...

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  10. MILLIONAIRE'S FATE.

    Mr. Charles Pettit, a millionaire grain broker, was drowned yesterday under very remarkable circumstances. Equipped with a pair of swimming wings ...

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  11. TOKIO TRAMS.

    Ten thousand people attended a mass meeting that was held in Hibiya Park to denounce the proposed municipalisation of the Tokio tramway service. ...

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  12. THE "TORTURE DEFENCE SOCIETY."

    The resolution at the annual meeting of the R.S.P.C.A., calling upon Earl Cromer to resign was moved by a Mrs. Tharp, and was seconded by Lady Pender, who declared that ...

    Article : 219 words
  13. PORTUGUESE ROYALISTS.

    The German Consul in Madrid admits that the recent seizure of the German steamer Gemma by the Spanish authorities at Corcublon, near Capo Finisterre, was justified. ...

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  14. FARMERS' FIGHTING FUND.

    The Farmers and Settlers Conference last year decided to take on politics. Yesterday the conference went a little further, and carried a resolution that organisers be ...

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  15. ANARCHY IN BRAZIL

    A plot for the overthrew of the Brazilian Administration was brought to light in Buenos Ayres yesterday. Suspecting the movements of two Italians ...

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  16. GOOD TAILORING.

    There are points in every business that must be worked on. We are in the tailoring line, and we find it necessary to study four essential points closely. There's no ...

    Article : 185 words
  17. A MISSING VEST.

    At the Water Police Court to-day, before Mr. Smithers, S.M., a well dressed youth of foreign appearance answered to the name of Bartholomew Rustuccia, and was charged ...

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  19. A QUIET NIGHT.

    More trouble was anticipated among the Erskineville Cadets last night, and a constable, assisted by two plain-clothes men, was detailed to do duty at the Erskineville ...

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  20. CATTLE ON THE TRAMLINE.

    At the last meeting of the Sutherland Shire Council a letter was read from the Railway Commissioners stating that considerable risk was caused to the traffic on the ...

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  21. ENLARGING AN ELECTORATE.

    At yesterday afternoon's meeting of the Sutherland Shire Council a letter was received from the Miranda Political Labor League, pointing out the advisability of ...

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  22. BAD WEATHER FOR [?]OOTS.

    These are the days when your feet should be well encased. Don't wear shoddy footwear and pay the penalty in influenza. As usual, Foy's have something very ...

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  23. A BONDI BLOKE'S LAMENT.

    "Rafferty" is moved to verse:-- I cursed the muddy Junction, As I scrubbed my muddy pants. These muddy streets, "Lor'-bli'-me," ...

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  24. THROWN FROM A HORSE.

    A blacksmith's apprentice, Henry Clad-bolt, who lives in Portland-street, Zetland, was thrown from a horse in Elizabeth- street. Zetland, this morning, and received ...

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  25. COMO BATHING FACILITIES.

    As a result of a letter forwarded by Messrs. Arthur Rickard and Co., the Sutherland Shire Council has decided to approach the Minister for Works with a view to having swimming ...

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