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  2. Cricket Anti-Climax at Bradford

    After the strain of the four days' exciting cricket at Lord's, the opening day of the Australians' return match against Yorkshire yesterday was in the nature of an anti-climax. The tourists had to spend moat of the night in the train and were too weary to show much ...

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  3. GANGSTERS AGAIN

    Jack Zuta, gangsters' manager, was admitted to bail with three other suspected instigators of the murder of Lingle, and he begged the police to take ...

    Article : 171 words
  4. BRITISH UNEMPLOYED

    The text is published of correspondence which has passed between the Prime Minister and Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Lloyd George (leaders of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 976 words
  5. POLITICAL REVIEW

    Should a Prime Minister or prospective Prime Minister tell? He certainly should, according to the "Daily Mail" which has been publishing daily for a ...

    Article : 398 words
  6. COUNTY MATCHES

    Following are the closing scores in the round of county matches begun today:—At Lord's: M.C.C., 160 (Hazeirigg, 4 ...

    Article : 173 words
  7. NANKING VICTORIES

    As a result of Nanking's continued attacks on the Kaifeng objective the Kuominchun has opened a counter-attack for the purpose of offsetting the ...

    Article : 143 words
  8. WAR ON FOUL FIGHTERS

    British boxers, promoters, referees and others pour scorn on the New York Boxing Commission's permission, to a fighter to use foul blows, the opponent ...

    Article : 249 words
  9. KNIT-WEAR FASHIONS

    "When my uncle first tried to sell combinations in London the whole trade scoffed at him," said Mr. E. T. Walker (managing director of Wolsey Ltd.) in ...

    Article : 301 words
  10. NO FEAR OF NOOSE

    Producing a four-foot rope noose from beneath a pile of papers the Rev. Granville Murray, prison chaplain for 20 years, thrilled the House of Commons ...

    Article : 139 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,116 words
  12. NAVAL ARMAMENTS

    Replying to questions in the House of Commons today Mr. A. V. Alexander (First Lord of the Admiralty) said it had been decided to commence this ...

    Article : 116 words
  13. M.C.C. INDIAN VISIT

    After a meeting last evening the Bengal and Assam Cricket Association announced that in view of the uncertain political situation, and the threats of ...

    Article : 53 words
  14. ITALIAN FRACTURES THUMB

    The Italian, Bertazzoh, has fractured a thumb, necessitating six weeks of idleness. He is cancelling his bout with Heeney, which was fixed for July ...

    Article : 46 words
  15. LARWOOD ILL AGAIN

    Larwood is il again. He complained of a sore throat on returning from Lord's last evening and he felt worse this morning. ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. CABLES AND WIRELESS

    Cables and Wireless Limited is not paying dividends on "A" and "B" ordinary stocks, and only paying interest on the 5½ per cent. cumulative ...

    Article : 96 words
  17. MALTESE CONFLICT

    A leaflet bearing the imprint of Curia's organ has been circulated throughout the island, and it states:—"A bishop's pastoral can never be ...

    Article : 101 words
  18. ATTACK ON PERTH

    An announcement which will undoubtedly interest Perth public is that of an aerial bombing raid over the city on Thursday evening next, July 10 ...

    Article : 258 words
  19. GREAT LONDON SEND-OFF

    Few heroes have been acclaimed like the Australian Test team. They had a marvellous send-off from London, where great amusement was caused because ...

    Article : 284 words
  20. AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words
  21. SOUTH AFRICAN HOCKEY

    At the Queenstown hockey tournament today South Africa beat Australia, 6-1. The goal scorers were:—Kirkpatrick (3), V. Eale (2), Jacobson and ...

    Article : 34 words
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