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  4. "HYPOCRISY!"

    F. Turner, of East Fremantle (W.A.), in a letter to the "Sunday Observer" on the question of the Australian Eleven honorariums, says: "Gentlemen ...

    Article : 193 words
  5. AVOIDING WAR

    Ireland remains quiet. The "Sunday Observer's" correspondent says that the outlook is better and less black than appeared possible last Sunday. ...

    Article : 295 words
  6. GUNMEN IN EGYPT

    A message from Cairo says that Mr. Aldred Brown, Controller- General in the Ministry of Education, was shot with a revolver near the Kasr-el-all ...

    Article : 334 words
  7. LORD NORTHCLIFFE

    Lord Northcliffe arrived at Marseille's yesterday and was warmly welcomed by French and British notabilities. ...

    Article : 332 words
  8. ATTACK BY WOLVES

    Many strange stories are coming in of the menace of starving wolves. The latest is from South Slavia, where a ...

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  9. NOT FOR FILMS

    The Upper Bavarian village of Oberammergau is agitated over American film producers' keen bidding for the rights to film this year's Passion Play. ...

    Article : 100 words
  10. "TELEPHONE JACK"

    Reuben Bigland, at his trial at the Shropshire Assizes on a charge of having incited three persons to blackmail Mr. Horatio Bottomley, M.P., ...

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  11. STONES OF LUCK

    Viscount Lascelles's family gifts to Princess Mary include the Clanricarde diamonds, the famous "stones of luck," fulfilling the old-time prophecy that ...

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  12. JEWELS AND SILK

    The banquet given last night by the ruling princes to the Prince of Wales was one of the most remarkable scenes of the tour, rich in splendor. Of 250 ...

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    Major Herbert Armstrong Who has been committed for trial in England on charges of poisoning his wife with arsenic, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Mr. P. Harley Moseley The newly- appointed Vice- Consul for the United States at Sydney, having been transferred from a similar post ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. NOT AN EASTERN SNAPSHOT

    The illustration shows the principals in the Dragon dance, the photograph having been taken at the Alexandria (N.S.W.) Joss House during the recent Chinese New Year festivities. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. WORKERS RETURNING

    The most important announcement made to- day was that at the Witbank coalfields the full complement of workers was secured, with the return of ...

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  17. TEACHING YOUNG IDEA

    The "Daily Mall" directs attention to "the Pussyfoot campaign" in the public preparatory schools. The harmful microbes lurking in intoxicants are ...

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  18. IN RUSSIAN PAY

    The British Labor leader, Mr. J. H. Thomas, speaking at Sheffield, very strongly denounced the methods of the Communist extremists, who, he said, ...

    Article : 92 words
  19. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

    Mrs. Jeniser Gladys West, aged 27, Soldiers' Settlement, Liverpool, was found shot in Redfern Park this afternoon. Her condition is ...

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  20. FOURTEEN DROWNED

    A terrible fatality occurred in False Bay this afternoon. It appears that 13 men and one boy were out fishing in a motor- boat, which was also fitted ...

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  21. ANOTHER NEW YORK

    There are several reasons why Mr. P. Hurley Moseley, of the United States Consular service, is glad that he has been appointed Vice- Consul at ...

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  22. SPORT BOOMING

    The football cup ties have broken all records as far as attendances go. There were nearly 200,000 persons present at four of the matches to- day. ...

    Article : 70 words
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