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  4. WORLD BULLETINS TOO TOUCHING

    ROME.—At Viareggio, Italy. Tito Bragini dived into the Mediterranean and saved Gino Lami from drowning Said Gino Lami to his savior, "Lend me ...

    Article : 29 words
  5. EXIT "EKKER"

    IT is likely that schoolchildren—infants to sixth class inclusive will not have to do home work. There is hopeful news, too, for children in classes seven and eight. They may not have to do any either. ...

    Article : 311 words
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  7. MONEY-MAKING HUSBAND

    FORT ROWAN (Canada).—George Lossing, 68-year-old farmer, advertised for a wife and received 100 replies. After having picked a spouse, he began to ...

    Article : 41 words
  8. CATARRH TOO BAD

    BEDFORD.—Severely criticised by a coroner's jury because he had failed to save his wife from drowning in two feet of river water, Richard Percy ...

    Article : 47 words
  9. HOMEWORK SLAVE—SOON SHE WILL BE FREE!

    A new freedom will come to thousands of little tots when homework is abolished. The principle of abolition was affirmed at the State School Teachers' Conference this week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 34 words
  10. CITIZEN AT LAST

    PATERSON (N.J.).—Thomas Donald, 91-year-old native of Scotland, received his final citizenship papers after 66 years of waiting since he took ...

    Article : 49 words
  11. MOON WAS MISSING

    STORNAWAY (Scotland).—The town council of Stornaway, confronted with angry taxpayers who wanted to know why the spring street lighting ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. CANNIBALISM SUSPECTED

    DELHI.—Frontier police rounded up 10 members of a nomadic tribe alleged to be responsible for the wholesale kidnapping of children. ...

    Article : 58 words
  13. "HIM SAFE

    MELBOURNE.—Forced to face a walk of five miles in his own country, South Africa, Dr. E. G. Malherbe, Director of the National Bureau of Social ...

    Article : 62 words
  14. WAR NOT CLOSE

    FOREIGN correspondents of New York papers discount suggestions that the present European situation may end in war. Chief point of tension is the danger of a break between Italy and Russia. ...

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  15. 'AIN'T LOVE GLAND?'

    CONSIDERED by journalists the smartest play on words for the year is the caption, "Ain't Love Gland?" The line was originated by a prominent American magazine which ...

    Article : 149 words
  16. TALKED DOWN RANSOM

    TORONTO.—Kidnapped by three young gunmen, 83-year-old Abe Orpen, wealthy race track owner, talked his ransom down from 5000 to 1000 dollars. ...

    Article : 67 words
  17. ATE HIS HAT

    MELBOURNE.—"If I can't answer correctly 95 per cent, of the questions in the "Voice of the People's' broadcast, Til eat my hat!" ...

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  18. BRITAIN'S SPIES

    £100,000 is on the Estimates for Britain's spy service. If Parliament on reassemblage votes the figure, £200,000 will have been spent on espionage and counter-espionage— more than double the normal peace time bill. ...

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  19. 40 YEARS' TALK!

    PERTH'S Town Hall rings true to the words of the song: "It'll be all the same, yes, just the same, 100 years from now." For 40 years, anyhow, the old building at the corner of ...

    Article : 354 words
  20. Exam. Crams, Chimps Can Pass

    NOW under the spotlight by the educationists is the system of cramming for exams. Many lazy students please their ...

    Article : 159 words
  21. Aquamaniac

    THE ACQUAMANIAC IS BACK! He resumed his pranks yesterday at Queen's-cresent, Mt. Lawley. The first evidence people slumbering in sleep-outs have that ...

    Article : 263 words
  22. CROSSED ATLANTIC

    NEW YORK.—Modest Heinrich Schuetz has a claim to fame—he has just crossed the Atlantic by car! Schuetz, seeing some luxury cars ...

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  23. PIED PIPER WANTED

    LONDON.—Great Britain is looking for a P[?]d Piper who can corral the nutrias which have been escaping from English breeding farms. ...

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  24. GOOD NEWS FOR INCURABLES

    To-morrow this new wing of the Home of Peace, at Subiaco, will bring new hope to many sufferers. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. PERVERTED PROWLER REAPPEARS

    Scene of aquamaniac's early morning escapade yesterday. (See letterpress.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. RACES OR ELECTIONS

    The "Daily Mail" in a leader on the probable clash between the races and the Australian elections states: "Lest the serious-minded chide Australians ...

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