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  6. CHEATED BY STORM, FLIERS STAGE QUEER RACE

    A number of pilots and passengers who are to take part in the 2500 miles air race from Sydney to Perth ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. SECRET OUT

    The "Midi", the Paris newspaper which first printed the romantic story of the Aga Khan's wooing of the pretty brunette ...

    Article : 164 words
  8. AGE 252

    A new claimant has emerged for the title of the world's oldest man, vacant since Zaga Agha, a Turk, 143 years old, was knocked and killed by ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 256 words
  9. ALL GONE

    A golden egg cup valued at £200 that belonged to Napoleon, besides cherished heirlooms hundreds ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. TO MAKE GAS

    FIVE thousand tons of English coal will arrive during the week to keep Sydney's gas burning. It is the first shipment imported by ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 92 words
  11. CATTISH!

    The station master at Pymble (Mr. Clifford) mourned the lost of his cat, killed three weeks ago by an electric train. ...

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  12. GOLF ON ROOF

    An 18-hole putting golf course, almost level with the top of the Nelson Monument, is only one of the features of the roof garden at Adelaide House. ...

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  13. TWO KILLED

    Two men whose names are at present unknown were killed, and four others were seriously injured, when a motor lorry overturned this ...

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  14. MISSED TURKEY

    "It's an ill wind that blows no one any good." Although the Aerial Derby has been postponed, seven Junee families to-day had turkeys that otherwise would ...

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    The diamond jubilee of the Dundas Public School was celebrated yesterday. The school was originally opened by Sir Henry Parkes. Many ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. 'PLANES WHICH WAITED FOR THE START

    This fine air picture, taken by a "Sun" photographer over Mascot yesterday, shows the line up of the machines which were pegged down overnight in readiness to take off in Australia's greatest air race. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. FEWER WEEK-DAY RACES

    "THERE is, in my opinion, too much racing on week-days." That statement, made yesterday by the Chief Secretary (Mr. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. LIVING DEATH

    THE enemy came to her from the far East, concealed in a wonderful Oriental shawl. There are 17 men and five women in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. FAST WORKER

    Mr. Acting Justice Maxwell is a fast worker. On Friday afternoon he got through a dozen undefended divorce suits in a ...

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  20. DOCTOR ALLEGES LIBEL

    Dr. George Stanley Thompson, of Macquarie-street, Sydney, and Randwick and Coogee, who recently made an unsuccessful claim for £5000 ...

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  21. Gunnedah Wins

    Gunnedah, Saturday.--In the interdistrict cricket match for the Green-Johnston Cup to-day. Gunnedah defeated Boggabri by 198 runs to 139. ...

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