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  4. WORLD BULLETINS THREW TOMATO

    BRISBANE.—In the Police Court John Thomas Moloney a miner, was fined £5 for having behaved in a disorderly manner during a meeting ...

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  5. HARLOW'S MAIL BAG LOVER

    REVELATIONS were made today to the effect that during the last six years of her life Jean Harlow carried on an intimate ...

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  6. IS BAN ON WINDSOR LIFTING?

    Is the Windsor ban lifting? This is the question London society is asking. The question in political clubs is: Does Prime Minister Chamberlain view Windsor less ...

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  7. DE VALERA AGAIN

    According to a forecast made by seasoned political observers, a De Valera election victory is likely, but it is expected that his majority will ...

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  8. Girl Rider's Surprise

    Jane Ebsom went for a canter on a grey mare. On the bridle path the mare began acting strangely. Miss Ebsom ...

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  9. SOLDIERS OF HITLER.

    Declaring that private life no longer existed in Germany, Dr. Robert Ley, leader of the German Labor Front, broadcasting ...

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  10. ASSASSINATION-PROOF HOUSE

    TOKIO: Premier Hayashi, ever mindful of the dangers of assassination, now occupies a special assassination-proof house as an assurance ...

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  11. STRIKE TOLL

    The Labor Department report that 360,000 workers were involved in 750 Strikes in April, and idleness totalled 3,385,000 days, showing over a 60 per ...

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  12. LYONS' PUNY IMMIGRATION BABY

    It is rumored that Prime Minister Lyons is returning to Australia with proposals for the resumption of immigration which he ...

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  13. FORTY YEARS FAITHFUL

    LONDON.—Forty years ago, Norah Ryan, barmaid, fell in love with champion boxer, the Cast-iron Man, followed him to America, quarrelled. ...

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  14. STILL AN IDOL OF THE BRITISH RACE

    Revered mother of the Royal Family—Queen Mary is here greeting grandchild Princess Elizabeth. The Queen Mother recently effaced a social stigma with a kiss. (See letterpress.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. NOT REAL AMERICA

    TOKIO.—Yonezo Okamoto. Japanese author and patron, takes Hollywood to task for false impressions of America held abroad. "Kidnapping, murdering ...

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  16. Who'll Be Agent-General?

    DURING the week the rumor persisted that Mr. A. Clydesdale, M.L.C., had more than an outside chance of filling the post ...

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  17. WRONG KIND OF HOLES

    WYNNUM (Queensland).—When Mr. A. E. Russell, a Wynnum master fisherman, started recently to ship his nets, which had lain folded on the top ...

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  18. FOLLOWED INSTRUCTIONS

    BROOKLYN.—Mounted Policeman Patrick Conway was tired when he finshed work, and when he arrived home with his German sheep dog, ...

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  19. BELLES AND BUNIONS

    LONDON.—More women have bun[?]ons than men. High heels make women walk on the balls of their feet Walking that way spread the small ...

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  20. Shock for Eden

    Two rude shocks awaited Anthony Eden on his return from Geneva. The first was administered by the Prime Minister, who ...

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  21. HE WAS A CISSY

    Jim Brady, nine years old, of Philadelphia, wrote to President Roosevelt saying he had worn out a pair of shoes trying to see him. ...

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  22. "HEAVEN" IN LONDON

    John Jacob Greutmann, a follower of Fr. Divine is in London making plans for the establishment of a London "Heaven." ...

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  23. WOMEN SWAMP COUNCIL

    KANSAS CITY: The town of Labette has a population of 136. The women decided to run for office for the first time in the history of the ...

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  24. MARY PICKFORD'S WEDDING

    Mary Pickford and Buddy Rogers yesterday rehearsed under a sycamore tree to-day's wedding ceremony, the scene being similar to the one they ...

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  25. POLES PESTER WINDSOR

    Since it became known that the Duke of Windsor had given £100 to a young Polish couple to enable them to wed, almost every needy Polish ...

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  26. TWENTY PLANES IN REBEL HAUL

    Twenty planes, 44 tanks, 3000 rifles, 1000 machine guns and ammunition fell into the hands of the Spanish ...

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  27. Smelt Drunk But Wasn't

    Fred Willig was charged with drunken driving. A policeman testified, there had been a strong odor of alcohol about the ...

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  28. Rat-Trap Catches Baby

    Fifteen-month-old Corky Copeland, of Boston, orawled into his mother's bathroom and spotted a rat-trap under the tub. ...

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  29. SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS

    Describing school examinations as competitions in low cunning between examiners and examinees, the Bishop of Bradford at speech ...

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  30. SOCIAL EXILES!

    SAN FRANCISCO: The onion and the garlic, being social exiles, have at last found friends. Scientists working at the University of Southern ...

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  31. Divorce Made Him Famous

    Ernest Simpson, who came off best in a slander action arising out of a statement that he had taken a cash consideration as the price of his ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  32. MEDALS THROWN DOWN

    The anti-amnesty movement is spreading throughout Belgium. A procession of ex-service men carrying crepe-draped flags threw down their ...

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  33. LASHED TO TIMBER

    LAUNCESTON: Harry Graham, 38, timber worker, is in hospital in Launceston after having been brought over rough bush tracks, lashed to a ...

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  34. GOLDEN LEAVES BRING GOLDEN VALUES

    In seven years tobacco growing, the youngest babe in the State's industrial family, has grown from a mite to a sturdy infant—soon, at the present rate of progress, a production of £100,000 will be reached. Bright leaf tobacco grown in this State has a texture, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  35. SPRAY-FLECKED CARS UNDERGO SEMI-SUBMARINE EXPERIENCES

    Yesterday's flood waters overtaxed Perth's storm-water drains, leaving many deluged conditions in streets. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  36. Do You Know?

    How the charm of Ireland impresses the Australian? This special article by Victor Courtney on page 8. That the Bishop of Bradford fired the ...

    Article : 140 words
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