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  2. EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS.

    SYDNEY, Sept. 9.—A remarkable display of faith and devotion marked the closing ceremonies connected with the 29th Eucharistic Congress in Sydney to-day. ...

    Article : 1,032 words
  3. News of the Week

    The new waterside workers' award issued by Judge Beeby in the Federal Arbitration Court came into operation on Monday, and in all States was openly ...

    Article : 334 words
  4. SOUTHERN CROSS.

    CHRISTCHURCH, Sept. H.—Fourteen hours 25 minutes after leaving the Richmond Aerodrome, the Southern Cross landed at Sockburn, near Christchurch, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 277 words
  5. THE FAME OF DICKENS.

    LONDON, Sept. 6.—A literary sensation is expected with the publication of the novel, "This Side Idolatry," by "Ephesian," which is the pen-name of M. Carl ...

    Article : 202 words
  6. BRITISH SHIPBUILDING.

    LONDON, Sept. 8.—Britain's shipbuilding revival is the subject of an article in the "Statist" which will be pleasant reading throughout the Empire. The ...

    Article : 329 words
  7. Son's Opinion of New Book.

    LONDON, Sept. 9.—Judge Sir Henry Dickens has reconsidered his intention to traverse the charges about his illustrious father, contained in Carl Roberts's book, ...

    Article : 236 words
  8. The Challenged Award.

    When issuing the draft award, Mr. Justice Beeby said he had entered upon the hearing of the plaint with the hope that the expired award could be improved in ...

    Article : 455 words
  9. LONG-SITTING CONTEST.

    MELBOURNE, Sept. 10.—Twelve young men on Wednesday night took their places on seats on the top of poles around a Melbourne dance ball. The one who could ...

    Article : 197 words
  10. NEW TEXTILE LOOM.

    LONDON, Sept. 10.—"If Lancashireadopts these looms," said a director of Vickers Limited, after exhibiting a new automatic loom to a party of craftsmen ...

    Article : 81 words
  11. WHEAT YIELD.

    WINNIPEG, Sept. 7.—The United Grain Growers' Association estimated that with an average of 25 bushels an acre. on 23,000,000 acres, and allowing for ...

    Article : 39 words
  12. LATE FOR HIS FUNERAL.

    LONDON, Sept. 10.—A Chiswick draper in the course of a will bequeathing £163,928, says:—"As I have always had a reputation for being late for appointments, ...

    Article : 59 words
  13. Another Portrait.

    LONDON, Sept. 10.—The publication of Mr. Ralph Straus's book on Charles Dickens has given a fresh impetus to the Dickens controversy. Mr. Straus, who is a ...

    Article : 230 words
  14. ESCAPE FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND.

    PARIS, Sept. 5.—The Minister for Colonies (M. Perrier) has announced that Dr. Bougrat, who was convicted of the murder of a patient at Marseilles, in March, 1927, ...

    Article : 170 words
  15. ACROSS AFRICA.

    CAPE TOWN. Sept. 8.—Messrs. Cooke and Monson, the young Australians, started on their 6,000 miles' walk to Cairo to-day. Colonel Trew (Police Commissioner) ...

    Article : 94 words
  16. AN UNHEALTHY GAOL.

    MADRID, Sept. 3.— Because he considered the prison at Valgan unhealthy, the Governor had been in the habit of sending all the prisoners home in the ...

    Article : 96 words
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