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  5. FINE AND WARM

    Fine and warm to hot with fresh and squally northwest to west winds; passing clouds of a thundery ...

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  6. Waterside Trouble Comes Before Arbitration Court--See Page 11

    Russia is anxious to extend her trade with Australia, says M. Litvinoff, the chief Soviet delegate at Geneva. He also expressed wonder at the suggestions in Britain and elsewhere that the Soviet was not sincere in its ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 557 words
  7. LOST £20,000

    Extraordinary episodes took place-behind the scenes of the Gaiety Theatre on the concluding night of "The Girl ...

    Article : 166 words
  8. PEACE MOVE

    France and Italy have signed a convention, giving their national societies reciprocal positions in each others country. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 153 words
  9. "BOYISH PRINCE"

    Looking boyish in a Toc H blazer and grey flannels, and wearing a Toc H tic, the Prince of Wales, accompanied by Rev. "Tubby" Clayton, attended the twelfth birthday of Toc H To-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. LAZY LIGHT

    "Light is getting lazy" says the famous scientist Abbe Morcux telegraphs the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mail" He points ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. DOUBLE BIGAMY

    An astounding matrimonial tangle was revealed at Southend, when William Retter, a newsagent, applied for the discharge of a maintenance order. ...

    Article : 148 words
  12. FLIGHTS FAIL

    Although Captain Kingsford Smith and Lieut. George Pond failed in their attempt to create a new record for endurance flying on Saturday they ...

    Article : 193 words
  13. BEAM HOLD-UP

    The Australian beam was intermittently interrupted, a few minutes at a time, on Saturday afternoon, by n broadcast musical programme. A ...

    Article : 239 words
  14. LOAN FOR' IRELAND

    The City Editor of "The Times," commenting on. the terms, of the prospectus of the loan Issued by the Government of the Irish Free State: ...

    Article : 59 words
  15. "IT IS MORE PAIN TO DO NOTHING THAN SOMETHING"

    The title is applicable to owners and men alike. The picture shows the army that massed in front of the wharf offices seeking employment when a call was made for men to work the Commonwealth liner Esperance Bay. Many were turned away disappointed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. ON ETON'S FIELDS?

    Urging more effective infant welfare service, Sir George Newman, chief medical officer of the Ministry of Health and the Board of Education, ...

    Article : 162 words
  17. DESERT POST

    Captain W. N. Lancaster, and Mrs. Keith Miller, of Melbourne, -who are flying to Australia in their Avro-Avian 'plane "Red Rose, have advanced ...

    Article : 93 words
  18. TWO KILLED

    Flying-officer Robert Whelan, and Aircraftsman H. Lacey wore hilled instantly when their aeroplane crashed into an apple tree in an Enfield ...

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  19. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

    Harold Park.--Second Division: Prento's Lass 1, Clara Vale 2, Amy Pronto 3. Winner's price: 41 agst. ...

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  20. FIRST TRAIN TRIP

    Preparations for the visit of the King and Queen of Afghanistan to India are actively proceeding. The North-Western Railway has prepared ...

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  21. TO FIGHT PROHIBITION

    Al. Smith, leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, made the following significant announcement' regarding prohibition: ...

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  22. AFTER 115 YEARS

    Thirteen days before the opening of the War of 1812, the United States seized the' schooner Lord Nelson in Lake Ontario. She was ...

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  23. CAR BRAKES

    The Royal Air Force is testing brakes similar to those used in motor cars, according to the "Weekly Dispatch." These brakes have been ...

    Article : 49 words
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