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  4. REBEL FUKIEN GOVERNMENT.

    If Government message are to be believed the fall of Foochow and the collapse of the rebel Fukien Government is a matter of ...

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  5. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN MANCHUKUO.

    The whole of the North of China and Manchukuo is awaiting with the greatest excitement for the promised announcement by the ...

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  7. Soviet Oil Wells Gushing "Black Gold."

    Oil gushers yielding thousands of tons of oil a day flave been tapped in two different districts of Soviet Russia. ...

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  8. DISPLAY AT ROYAL ACADEMY.

    The display at the Royal Academy to-day is generally regarded as the most comprehensive collection of its kind ever seen in ...

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  9. Naval Chief Knighted.

    Vice-Admiral Sir George Francis Hyde, the first Naval Member of the Naval Board, who was knighted in the New Year honors list. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. DRUGS OF ORIENT.

    NEW YORK, Sunday, — The greatest menace to efforts to stamp out the illicit use of nareotics now comes form the Orient, where the manufacture of ...

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  11. WAS DICKENS A REPORTER ON "THE TIMES"?

    New light appears to be thrown upon the early career of Charles Dickens by four extracts from its files of 1833 which the London ...

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  12. BAYONNE BONDS SCANDAL.

    Joseph Garat, a Member of Parliament, and Mayor of Bayonne, who is also chairman of the Bayonne Municipal Pawnbroking ...

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  13. Chicago in Danger Of Milk Shortage.

    A strike by 18,000 milk producers in the Chicago area, who are members of the so-called Pure Milk Association, threatens the city with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. RUSSIA MAY JOIN LEAGUE?

    "The Daily Herald" says that secret negotiations are going on in Paris and Moscow to discover whether it is possible to bring ...

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  15. MORTGAGE RACKET.

    NEW YORK, Sunday—A racket in mortage bonds conducted by means of "outrageous misrepresentations sent to thousands of potential investors ...

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  16. SECOND ONLY TO INDIA.

    South Africa is the second largest customer of the United Kingdom in the world, according to Mr. Noel Elmslie, Senior British Trade ...

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  17. Britain Lags Behind in War Plane Construction.

    The "Daily Mail" says that Japan has allotted £4,370,000 for now military aircraft. The annual ouput of aeroplanes has risen from ...

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  19. MUELLER'S LATEST DECREE.

    BERLIN, Sunday, — If the Reichs Bishop (Dr. Ludwig Mucller) executes a threat contained in his latest decree hundreds of pastors throughout ...

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  20. "PEACEFUL WORLD."

    VANCOUVER, Sunday, — In a joint statement to-night the leaders of the three major political organisations in Canada, Messrs. Bennett, Mnekenzic ...

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  21. Hundreds Involved In Liquor Smuggling Plot.

    OTTAWA, Sunday, — More than 500 persons are involved in the liquorsmuggling plot which was recently uncovered by officials of the excise and ...

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  22. CRIPPS' SPEECH.

    Commenting that Cripps alone was responsible, Labor leaders in England roundly condemn Sir Stafford Cripps reference to the ...

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  23. CANADIANS WARNED OF LOSING WHEAT MARKETS.

    OTTAWA, Sunday, — Canada, in common with the United States and other wheat exporting nations, must be prepared to face the permanent loss of ...

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  25. FAILED TO GIVE NAZI SALUTE. German Football Club

    The Karisruhe Football Club has been prohibited from playing during 1934 because the team failed to give the Nazi salute when ...

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  26. REVERSED DECISION.

    LONDON Sunday.— "The Daily Telegraphs" Bucharest correspondent says that M. Titulesco has reversed his "unalterable" decision to resume the ...

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  27. "DISPARAGING NAZISM."

    ESSEN, Sunday, — Two professors controlling a hospital were sentenced to three and four months respectively for "falsely disaraging Nazism." ...

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