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  4. MOSTLY FINE

    City Forecasts: Mostly fine and mild: N.W. to N.E. breeze. ...

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  6. Churchill Proposes to Pay Entire Debt in 50 Years

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Churchill) made the Budget statement in the House of Commons to-day. A striking point in the Budget was the proposal to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. FLIES TO SAFE PAL

    Floyd Bennett, who flew to the North Pole with Commander Byrd in 1926, risked his life to carry supplies and repairs to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. CHEAP SMOKES?

    A reduction of tobacco prices throughout the world as a result of the tobacco "war" is expected by the market here, following the announcement of American price reductions. A world-wide competition between the British and American ...

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  9. OVER SEA

    Wing-Commander Edye R. Manning, who is flying to Australia in a Westland Widgeon light plane, has left Marseilles for ...

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  10. THREE WINS

    The Australian Davis Cup players had some badly-needed match play in the international tournament, and Hawkes, ...

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  11. POLICE CLASH WITH STRIKERS

    Disorder is spreading dally at Bombay. At present 50 cotton mills are closed down and nearly 70,000 workmen sire striking. ...

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  12. 4.30 THIS MORNING--AT THE CENOTAPH

    Precisely at half-past four this morning two wreaths Were placet on the Cenotaph, one by members of the Association of Relumed Sailors and Soldiers' Clubs, and the second by members of 11th Battalion, W.A. That moment synchronises with the actual entry of Australia into the War, the hour of the Gallipoli landing and the time at which this first Australian casualities occurred. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. KING'S "BULL"

    His Majesty doffed his gold-braided Field-Marshal's cap in favor of the black beret headgear of the Royal Tank Corps, of which he is ...

    Article : 148 words
  14. TRUSTY 'PLANE

    Captain G: H. Wilkins, who is waiting at Svalberg (Spitsbergen) after his fight across the Polar basin from Point Barrow (Alaska), has informed ...

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  15. KNIGHT AND GIRL

    Charged wth indecency .in Hyde Park, Sir Leo Chlozza Money and Irene Savage, aged 22, were remanded at Marlborough. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

    Final scores:-- RUGBY LEAGUE St. George 7, Newtown 2. WASHED OFF ROCKS. ...

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  17. 'QUAKES CONTINUE

    The Athens correspondent of "The Times" says that numerous earth tremors continue to be felt in the area devastated by earthquakes, and the ...

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  18. THREATENED WITH DEATH

    State Department officials are shocked by reports from Nicaragua that several Americans have been kidnapped by rebels, and at least one, ...

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  19. BRITISH LIFE GUARDS ACT UP TO THEIR NAME

    All available life guards and foot guards of the Windsor garrison were mobilised when the King Edward VII. Hospital, which King Edward opened ...

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  20. LURE OF CAR TOO STRONG FOR "BUNION DERBYITES"

    Phil Granville,a Canadian, and Ed. Gardner, an American, both negroes, are leading in the £10,000 walking Marathon from Los Angeles to New ...

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