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  4. KIDNAPPED

    There is a turmoil in Rome over the abduction and murder of Signor Matteotti, a Socialist Deputy, who, while walking in the street on ...

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  5. ELECTION PLANS

    All parties are preparing their election programme, says the political correspondent of the London "Daily Mail. ...

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  6. BACHELOR PRESIDENT

    An "acute politician," a "man of sound judgment" and one mho should make "an excellent and dignified chief of slate"--such is the general judgment upon M. Gaston Doumergue, the newly-elected French President, He is a bachelor and a Protestant. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ARTISTIC BURGLAR

    The art critic of the London "Daily Mail" states that the burglars who robbed the house of Lady Ludlow, in Piccadilly, where was housed the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. NEW GOVERNOR

    Lieut.-Colonel W. R. Campion, the new Governor of West Australia, has sent a message to West Australia through the special representative of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. DARING TRAIN ROBBERY

    A fortune in gold, currency and bullion was stolen from the Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul train that was hold up by armed robbers 20 miles north ...

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  10. REPTILE HATS

    The latest sports millinery for fashionable women consists of hats of lizard, shark, crocodile, and snake skins, to match the "menagerie" ...

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  11. TORE UP BANK-NOTES

    Extraordinary stories are told of the behavior of John Connell, who possesses £28,000, and who is now in an asylum, from which he petitions ...

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  12. BOYS FOR THE LAND

    Major-General Sir Andrew Russell, of New Zealand, bade farewell to 25 public school boys aboard the Corinthic at Southampton. The boys are ...

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  13. FORTY-SIX DEAD

    There were 80 men in the turret of the battleship Mississippi when the explosion occurred that wrecked the turret and killed four officers and 42 ...

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    ''All in together, this frosty weather."-- The season of skipping ropes has started. Girls, as they hop over the rope in the play-hour at the Balmain school, have a min d only for the length of the rope, for the longer the rope the greater the fun. Every morning there is a whirl of skirt and petticoat, as the rope turns faster and faster, and there is happy laughter which shows that youngsters never think of such ordinary things as shoes until there are holes in them. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. AUSTRALIANS WIN

    The Australian tennis players made a good showing at the Santa Barbara tennis tournament, winning two matches in the second round of the ...

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  16. PADDOCK OUT OF FORM

    C. W. Paddock failed to qualify for the second round of the Olympic tests here, but will be given another chance to-morrow. J. C. Taylor, a ...

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  17. EMPIRE VISITORS

    London has seldom contained so distinguished and interesting a gathering of visitors from all parts of the world, including oversea statesmen, ...

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  18. EX-KAISER'S WIFE ILL

    A report from Doom states that the former Kaiser's wife, the Princess Hermione, is seriously ill with a severe attack of rheumatism. ...

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  19. Concerts a Failure

    The two all-Australian concerts, which it was planned to hold, at the Wembley Exhibition, have been postponed indefinitely. The promoters ...

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