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  4. RENEWAL OF UNSETTLED CONDITIONS

    City Forecast: At first fine, but cloud increasing and a renewal of unsettled conditions, with ...

    Article : 37 words
  5. Sun Shines As King Pays Tribute At Cenotaph

    THE sudden silence at two minutes to eleven of pealing church bells, which, as usual, commenced to ring at 10 a.m. throughout the country was a feature of Armistice Day in Great Britain. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. ON GUARD

    AS a precautionary measure, 800 Communists and Socialists have been arrested in Austria, which is ...

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  7. Married In London

    Mr. Trevor C. Smith, a Sydney journalist, and his bride, after their wedding at St. Colombas, Pont-street, London. The bride was the widow of Mr. Kingsley Baillieu, of Melbourne, and before her first marriage was Miss Gracie Lavers, Australian actress. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. TENSION

    TENSION prevailed in Paris during the Armistice commemoration ceremonies today, but the police and mobile ...

    Article : 233 words
  9. A DREAM

    "IN the present state of Europe, it is the merest moonshine to dream of the League of Nations controlling ...

    Article : 177 words
  10. ALSO RICHEST

    The Yugoslavian Government has decreed that Prince Paul shall control the estate of the late King Alexander until King Peter attains his ...

    Article : 62 words
  11. NEW HOME

    Hearts just as pure and fair May beat in Belgrave-square As in the lowly air Of Seven Dials. ...

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  12. The Famous 'Plane

    The de Haviland Comet 'plane, in which Scott and Black won the Air Race, photographed a few minutes after it had been landed from a lighter at Woolloomooloo to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Cancer Research

    Dr. Revelis, (France), who claims to have discovered a cure for cancer in the form of a serum extracted from the spinal column of animals.--The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. TO CAPE AND BACK

    "Cathcart Jones and Ken Waller can breakfast in London on Monday and be back for dinner on Thursday," says the ...

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  15. GRATITUDE

    Great Britain owes to Mr. Lloyd George a double debt of gratitude, says the "Daily Mail." In the first place, he has issued ...

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  16. Homage In Air

    Passengers in the Imperial Airways 'plane on the way from London to Paris this morning stood bareheaded when thousands of feet above the ...

    Article : 65 words
  17. SAAR RISKS

    The British attitude towards the Saar has not been fully revealed. Well-informed diplomatic quarters believe that it was Britain that ...

    Article : 65 words
  18. "SMITHY" SUIT ENDED

    Mr. T. Catton's suit against Sir Charles Kingsford Smith has been settled out of court, for what Catton's atorneys say is a satisfactory ...

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  19. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

    "Sporting Life" says that Sir Malcolm Campbell will test at Daytona Beach early next year a new Bluebird capable of a speed of 300 ...

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  20. WINS FELLOWSHIP

    London, Sunday.--Mr. Bryan Gilmore McGraith, Adelaide Rhodes Scholar, has been elected to the Staines medical fellowship, tenable ...

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  21. King Amazed By Television

    THE King has ordered that television apparatus be installed at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace directly the B.B.C. commences televising. This order, says the "Sunday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. Mollison Joins In Denying Quarrel

    JAMES MOLLISON, on arriving at Lympne from Brussels to-day, in his Cornel, whose engine failure in India caused its withdrawal from the air race, corroborated his wife's denial thai they had a quarrel. He was accompanied by Reginald ...

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