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  2. MURDER ALLEGED

    Thomas Brooks, aged 17 years, who is charged with the wilful murder of Donato Pizzatti, an Italian sleeper-cutter, at Brookhampton, near Donnybrook, on June ...

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  3. BANDITS OF TO-DAY

    Recent excesses committed by gangs of bandits in the wilds of Northern China serve as a reminder that the advance of civilisation and the spread of police ...

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  4. THE EARTH'S SEE-SAW

    Old Cornish legends tell us that on still, calm summer days the fisherman in his boat far out on the Atlantic sometimes sees beneath his keel the towers of the sunken ...

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  5. PRESIDENT HARDING

    A message from San Francisco states that President Harding, who has contracted bronchial pneumonia, spent a restful night. ...

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  6. THE FAITH HEALING MISSION

    The following appeared in our third edition last evening Although the published reports of the first day's proceedings of the Hickson Mission in Perth had naturally tended to ...

    Article : 1,392 words
  7. THE POPE

    While a large party of women were waiting this afternoon at the Vatican to be received by the Pope, Monsignor Marmaggi appeared and divided them into two ...

    Article : 123 words
  8. RAILWAY DISASTER

    Two passenger trains collided near Hanover. Twenty-seven people were killed and many injured, 25 of them seriously. ...

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  9. THE SCENE OUTSIDE.

    The precincts of the Cathedral presented very much the same appearance this morning as on the opening of the mission yesterday, with this exception, that the ...

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  10. A LATER REPORT.

    A later message says that the deaths in the railway collision are now estimated at 100, with a similar number injured. The impact was terrific, an engine and ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. DOMINIONS PREFERENCE

    The Australian Press Association is informed that some hitch has occurred in the proceedings leading to the conclusion of the Australian and Canadian preference ...

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  12. "IT WAS NOT TRUE."

    Witness said that on July 6 he went to the police station, where he saw Brooks, and Sergt. Allchin. "Tom wants to tell you something," said Allchin. Inside the ...

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  13. UGLIES HELP AGAIN

    The ubiquitous and ever alert Ugly Men to-day came to the rescue of 82 "Barwell Boys" who arrived by the s.s. Benalla yesterday, and who, but for the action of the ...

    Article : 280 words
  14. THE REPORT CONFIRMED.

    A message from Ottawa states that the further concessions sought by Australia threaten to block the reciprocity treaty, possibly until Mr. Bruce returns via ...

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  15. CHANGE OF PARTY

    Loud Ministerial cheers greeted Captain Arthur Evans (N.L.) on crossing the floor of the House. Mr. Lloyd George, in a letter to Captain ...

    Article : 72 words
  16. WORLD FLIGHT

    Lieutenants Macmillan aud Malins are making an engine test flight as a preliminary to their world flight. They will leave Croydon on Friday, go ...

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  17. SUSPENDED COMMONERS

    On Mr. Baldwin's motion, the suspension of the Scottish Laborites has been terminated. ...

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  18. ANGRY LABORITES

    The four suspended members of the House of Commons drove in a taxi-cab to the Palace yard. The police stopped them at the gates, whereat Mr. Maxton angrily ...

    Article : 119 words
  19. STICKS DISCARDED.

    A remarkable case of healing was related to a representative of "The Daily News" this morning. Seventeen years ago Mr. John Nankivell, of 58 Alma-road ...

    Article : 623 words
  20. LASCAR CREW TRANSFERRED

    On the Ellerman Bucknall steamer City of Canton, which arrived at Fremantle from the Eastern States last night, are 11 Lascar deck hands who were imprisoned ...

    Article : 146 words
  21. SNOW AND LIONS.

    "Three human skulls, one of normal size and two very small, recently found in Egypt, are older than anything that has yet been found in that country," says ...

    Article : 281 words
  22. GERMAN CABINET

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Central News" learns on reliable authority that the resignation of the Cuno Cabinet is certain. ...

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  23. KING HELD UP.

    It has just become known that the French military authorities at Offenburg some time ago held the King of Sweden prisoner for several hours. ...

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  24. A "HEART" CASE.

    The news of the improvement in the health of Mr. Prewitt. of Forrest House, who was a bedridden invalid before he attended the Hickson mission, was ...

    Article : 95 words
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