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  3. WILKINS FLIES OVER THE NORTH POLE Forced Down on Uninhabited Island.

    THE newspaper "Tagbladet" reports that the Auslialtan exploer,. Captain G. H Wilkins and his pilot, Carl Eielsen, have arrived at the island of Dauholmen, north of Spitzbergsen, after flying over the North Pole in twenty-one hours for Point ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. DEVASTATING BULGARIAN EARTHQUAKES

    DETAILS emerging from devastated Bulgaria show the earthquake to be the most terrible in Europe within living memory. Fifty, severe shocks occurred yesterday, making 150 for the past three days. It is definitely known that 120 persons have been killed and 400 injured. ...

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  5. The German Airmen U.S. Cruise Planned.

    MONTREAL Friday-If the present plans carry many Amer ican and Canadian cities-will have in opportunity to see the ...

    Article : 358 words
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  8. LORD TERRINGTON

    LONDON, Friday.—Lord Terrington, who is being extradited from France in conection with his 'fiuanrial affairs, arrived at Folkestone ...

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  9. OVERSEAS BREVITIES. REPATRIATED INDIANS.

    SUVA, Saturday.—The steamer Sutlej left for Calcutta to-day with 1,000 repatriated Indians. ...

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  10. ARBITRATION TREATY SIGNED.

    ROME, Saturday-Italy and the United States have signed a renewal of the arbitration treaty between them, which expired in 1925. The new them, ...

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  11. An Epoch Flight.

    WITH all the comment being unanimous that Wilkins' flight is epochal, official aviation eiretes on the United States extend congratulations ...

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  12. JUDGES COMMENT ON DIVORCE.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Mrs. Agatha Christie, whose disappearance and loss of memory in 1026 caused a sensation, has been granted a divorce from ...

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  13. LLOYDS PAY INSURANCE.

    LONDON, Saturday—Llovd's underwriters has settled a claim by Koehr on his policy requiring that he should cross the Atlantic and land in the ...

    Article : 78 words
  14. INTERCHANGE OF TEACHERS.

    LONDON, Friday.—For the first time for many years of Bill passed at stages in the House of Commos in a single sitting to-day. This was a ...

    Article : 84 words
  15. OREAT INTEREST IN LONDON.

    LONDON, Sunday.— Capt. Wilkins' feat in flying over "the roof of the world" has excited the greatest interest in London, and the news would ...

    Article : 485 words
  16. NO BEER ON GREENLY ISLAND.

    MURRAY BAY,Saturday.—Fraulien Junkers has announeed that the Ford plane will fly to Greenly Island tomorrow to enable repairs to be earried ...

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  17. AUSTRALIAN DAVIS CUP TEAM.

    ROME, Saturday,— The Australian Davis Cup team is playing in the international tournament here on Monday. Representatives of Italy, Frane, ...

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  18. ASSISTING THE FARMER. _ i

    LONDON Saturday —Cibinet has finally approved of the Budget the feature of which is rating reform, aim nig to assisi the agricultural industry ...

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  19. U.S. PRESIDENCY.

    WASHINGTON, Saturday. —President Coolidge has requested that the further use of his,name as a presidential ...

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  20. AUSTRALIAS NEW CRUISERS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—A navigating party from H.M.A.S. Melbourne takes over the cruiser Australia at Glasgow on Tuesday next. Thereafter trials ...

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  21. COMMUNIST "ROUND-UP."

    RIGA, Saturday,— A message from Helsingfors says that the Finish police, in rounding up Communfists, have arrested 56, inclading the leaders of ...

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  22. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Sunday,—Lynford Hall, Norfilk, a beautiful Elizabethan building, and headquarters of Australian Farms Ltd., conducted by Professor ...

    Article : 86 words
  23. N.Z. BOWLERS IN LONDON.

    LONDON, Friday.—"A wonderful programme has been prepared for you in Britain," said the New Zealand High Commissioner, Sir Jas. Parr, when ...

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  24. FRENCH ELECTIONS.

    PARIS. Saturday.— All France goes to the poll to-marrow. The Majority of candidates are shielding themselves umler M. Poineare's umbrella. Indeed, ...

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  25. TEAPOT DOME SCANDAL.

    WASHINGTON, Saturday —The jury has acquitted Sinclair in both the Criminal and Civil Court actious grwoing out of the Teapot Dome oil lease ...

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  26. As Young As She Looks

    When a women is leaving her thirties, often her one desre is to forget her age. At the turning point of life, she will henceforth he as young as she ...

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  27. "HEBNEY A 6 TO 4. CHANCE."

    LONDON, Friday.—The New Zealand heavyweight, and aspirant for world honors, Toun Heeney, wjo attended today's reception given by Sir Jas. Parr ...

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  28. Lieut. Kinkead's Death.

    LONDON Saturday,— "Examination of the wreek of the seaplane which recently dived at fall speed into the Solent,Killing Lieut. Kinkead when ...

    Article : 218 words
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  30. QUEENSLAND SUGAR STANDARDS

    LONDON, Friday.—Mr. J.Huxhan, Agent-General for Queensland, contradicts a statement made in an article in the "Financial News" asserting ...

    Article : 118 words
  31. LORD BIRKENHEAD.

    LONDON, Friday.—"The Daily Herald's "diplomatie editor, referring to Lord Birkenhead's golfing visit to Germany, says that it is vumored that if ...

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  32. WORLD PEACE PACT.

    MOSCOW. Saturday.—The "Pravda,"the offical Soviet Government organ, complains that the U.S. Secretary of State Mr. F.B.Kellogg, has not ...

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  33. MAGISTRATE. MURDERED

    CALCUTTA, Friday.—A-European, Mr. G. H. W. Davies, district magistrate and collector at Chittagong, was fatally stabbed while seated In his ...

    Article : 145 words
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  35. ART TREASURE SOLD.

    NEW YORK, Saturday—The estate of the late Judge Gary has sold Gainsborough's "Harvest Wagon" to Sir Joseph Doveon for 360,000 dollars, ...

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  36. FRANCES NEW CRUISERS

    PARIS, Friday.—The new eruiser Colbert, the fourlh of France's 10,000tonners, was launched at Brest to-day. The vessel carries eight 8-inch and ...

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  37. AUSTRALIAN CYCLISTS

    PARIS, Saturday.—The four Australian eyclists, Opperman, Bainbridge, Osborne and Waston, are most disappointed to find there are no ...

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  38. COST TO PRODUCE NEW PORD.

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—It is repoited that it cost the Ford Motor Co. 100,000,000 dollars "(about £20,000, 000) to put the new model Ford ...

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  39. MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES RESENTED.

    JESUSALEM, Sunday,—Moslem storekeepers have closed their shops in order to hold a monster meeting of protest against the continued Christian ...

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