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  4. The Bremen's Flight.

    MONTREAL, Wednesday. — The following message has been received from the "United Press Agency's special" representative at Clarke City: ...

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  5. GENERAL'S LIBEL SUIT

    COBOURG (Ontario), Wednesday. The 50,000-dollar libel suit lodged by Sir Arthur Currie, who commanded the 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade in ...

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  6. Report From Murray Bay.

    MURRAY. BAY (Quehee), Wednesday. —.Major Fitzmaurice landed here to-day from Greenly Island, en route to New York, from which city he will take ...

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  8. The Westward Flights.

    Capt. Nungesser and M. Coli (French) lost—May 8, 1927. Two German 'planes turned back —August 14. ...

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  9. BOXING

    LONDON. Wednesday — Tom [?] has booked by the Leviathan for U.S.A. and will immediately go into training at Atlantic City in ...

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  10. SOFIA EARTHQUAKES.

    SOFIA, Thursday.— A fresh earth quake occurred yesterday causing widespread panic. "The inhabitants rushod inlo the streets. ...

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  11. ITALY AND U.S.A.

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday. — The Arbitration Treaty with Italy will be signed at the State Department tomorrow by Mr. Kellogg, Secretary of ...

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  12. MALTA.

    MALTA, Wednesday. — The Senate to-day rejected the Appropriation Bill after the Assembly had sent back the measure. The Prime Minister, Lord ...

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  13. STILL MORE DETAILS.

    MONTREAL Wednesday. — The United Press Agency's representative at Point Amour learns The following additional details of the Bremen's flight. ...

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  14. A HOT RECEPTION.

    VIENNA, Thursday. — Unexampled scenes of disorder occurred to-day in the Hungarian Parliament, when the Prime.Minister, Count Bethlen, ...

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  15. Crime's Operation.

    NKW YORK, Wednesday- The con[?] of Billy Grime, tile Australian [?] champion, has not greatly improved since the recent. operation on ...

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  16. BREMEN'S SISTER 'PLANE.

    M0NOREAT Wednesday —The Junkers plane. F13, which flew here from New York, has left for New York again with Melehoir and ...

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  17. BRITAIN'S FRANCHISE

    LONDON, Wednesday.—During the debate in the House of Commons today on the Electoral Bill, the HomeSecretary, Sir Win. Joynson-[?], said ...

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  19. BARRY'S CHALLENGES

    VANC0UVER Wednesday—A message received from BerO Barry, the world's champion sealler, intimates that he will attend a dinner at.Simpson's ...

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  20. FRENCH ELECTIONS.

    PARIS Thursday. — The candidates for the 612 seats in the Chamber of Deputies now total 3732, which is easily a record. Many of the ...

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  21. An Official Welcome.

    NEWYORK, Wednesday. —A Pathe News 'plane has returned from Seven Islands, where operators photo graphed and interviewed Major Fitz ...

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  22. FORD'S BALANCE SHEET

    BOSTON, Wednesday. — The Ford Motor Co.'s balance-sheet as for the year ending December 31, 1927, shows total assets of 742,056,101 dollars, as ...

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  23. BRITAIN'S WAR DEBTORS

    LOXDON, Wednesday.- In the House of Commons to-day, the Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, Commander Locker-Lampson, replying to ...

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  25. A Remarkable Co-incidence

    A remarkable coincidence attended the ceremony of rekindling the Toe H. Lamp of Maintenance in St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, on Sunday ...

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  26. 1200-MILE TREK.

    BALRANALD (N.S.W.), Thursday. —Messrs. Harben and Murphy sent 17,000 ewes from this district in September in search of pastures. They ...

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  27. Flight to Australia.

    LONDON, Wednesday. — WingCommander E. R. Manning, who is preparing to fly to Australia, states thathe arranged his flight prior to the ...

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  28. New Dutch Service.

    LONDON, Wednesday. — In the House of Commons to-day the Secretary for Air, Sir Samnel Honare, said that he had no knowledge of any ...

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  29. Tuberculosis Treatment.

    In the course of a report on the treatment of tuberculosis in England and the United States, which he visited recently at the request of the ...

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