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  4. HOT AND SULTRY

    City Forecast.--Hot and sultry, with freshening N. E. breeze, becoming cloudy, in ...

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  5. Authentic Details of Tense Struggle for King's Life

    The following bulletin, signed by Lord Dawson, Sir Stanley Hewett and Sir Hugh Rigby was issued at 8 o'clock to-night. The King had a fair day. There has ...

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  6. MURDER?

    A sensational sequel to the loss of the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company's steamer Ngatsein, in the Gulf of Martaban, on December 20, while on the ...

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  7. WED WITHOUT FUSS

    London, Thursday ("Sun" Special).-- In an atmosphere of secrecy the Lord Chancellor (Lord Hailsham) married the widow of the late Hon. Alfred ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. NO NIGHT

    Norman Vaughan the dog-driver arid, I, several, hours ago, returned here to our tent, after a 20-mile, dog team trip of exploration. We found Petersen and Balchen preparing a new year's dinner. ...

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  9. "RATHER ROUGH"

    The Salvation Army states officially that General Booth has been informed of the convening of they High Council ...

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  10. Artificial Weather

    Artificial weather, says the "Daily Mail," is assisting the King, towards convalescence. A pipe in the gardens of Buckingham. ...

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  11. They Won't Sink

    Major Segrave has ordered 5000 ping-pong balls from a London sport store for inserting, in the water-light compartment of his record breaking ...

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  12. FLAPPER FLIER

    Miss Babby Trout, a 12-year-old flier, stayed in the air over Los Angela yesterday for 12 hours 11 minutes, beaking the best previous ...

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  13. MORE SPEED.

    The "Dally News" states that Major Segrave, whose 450 h.p. car is now ready, will again attack the speed record ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. FRENCH CABINET

    The Paris correspondent of "The Times" says that although the Cabinet differences arising out of the Bill increasing Parliamentary ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. 'Flu Rages in Toronto

    Toronto, Thursday. -- Since noon on Wednesday 21 additional deaths have occurred as a result of the influenza epidemic.--"Sun" Special. ...

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  16. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

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  17. FRANCE IS KEEN ON CHANNEL TUNNEL SCHEME

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says that France is closely watching the revival of international interest in the channel ...

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  18. AUSTRALIANS USE TWO TELEPHONES TO BRITAIN'S ONE

    The world was using 32,500,000 telephones at the and of 1928, an increase of 15,000,000 on 1927 figures. North America leads with 20,000. ...

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