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  2. BRITISH TRADE OUTLOOK. REDUCED BANK RATE.

    The reduction of the bank rate has had a good effect on all investment sections of the Stock Exchange, and until yesterday, when a slight reaction set in there ...

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  3. ADMIRAL DUMARESQ. SUCCUMBS TO PROLONGED ILLNESS.

    The death has occured at the military hospital here of Rear Admiral Dumaresq. He was ill for about two months, and during the past fortnight was unconscious. ...

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  4. STRIKE DEADLOCK. PRESIDENTS PEACE EFFORTS.

    The railway and coal strikes appear to be at the deadlock stage. President [?] with the [?] Labour Board, and it is believed be will ...

    Article : 163 words
  5. FREE STATE SUCCESS. RREGULARS DRIVEN FROM LIMERICK.

    The Free State forces have completely occupied Limerick. They captured many Irregulars, and a quantity of aims and ammunition. ...

    Article : 353 words
  6. URGENT CLAIMS DIGGERS IN WANT.

    The particulars given during the past weak of the sad plight to which so many of the unemployed. Diggers have been reduced should ...

    Article : 840 words
  7. THE COAL TRIBUNAL. GENERAL STRIKE THREAT.

    The Commonwealth Coal Tribunal resumed its sitting on Saturday, when there were present: Mr. C. Hibble (Chairman), Messrs. C. M. M'Donald, T. ...

    Article : 517 words
  8. AIRCRAFT v. NAVY. ADMIRALTY'S STATEMENT.

    The Admiralty, "in view of unauthorised and inaccurate reports published regarding an aircraft attack on the fleet on July 7 in the presence of the King," has ...

    Article : 540 words
  9. A BRUTAL MURDER.

    Josephine Jane M'Laugblin, a married woman, was brutally murdered last night at Yea, a town 80 miles from Melbourne. About 5 o'clock this morning her ...

    Article : 439 words
  10. RELIEVING COAL SHORTAGE.

    Over 500,000 tons of English coal have been ordered during the last few days to relieve the shrotage in the Eastern States, and huge contracts are being negotiated. ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. LABOUR FEDERATION WANTS CONFERENCE.

    The American federation of Labour has invited President Harding to call a conference of employers and workers in an effort to settle the coal and railway ...

    Article : 38 words
  12. WOOL TRADE.

    At the wool sales to-day there was a poor selection of merinos. Strong competition prevailed, especially among the German and Swiss buyers. Finer ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. CHILE AND PERU. DISPUTE SETTLED.

    Delegates from Chile and Pera have signed a protocol setting the 40 years Taena[?]Ariea territorial dispute, thus removing the certainty of South American ...

    Article : 150 words
  14. HERRIN "MINE WAR"

    Additional suits which have been lodged with the Williamson County authorities for losses and damage to property during the Herrin "mine war" bring the total ...

    Article : 45 words
  15. "HONOURS" DISCUSSION.

    Mr. Ronald M'Neill, m a personal statement made in the House of Commons to-day, said he could not subscribe to the dectrine that a member of the ...

    Article : 524 words
  16. FIGHT AT WATERFORD.

    When day broke at Waterfold the Irregulars who had not been taken prisoner fought desperately. Fire was reopened by the Natonals on the ...

    Article : 101 words
  17. CANADIAN RAILWAY DISPUTE.

    The Canadian railway employees who threatened to strike have asked the Government to appoint Boards of Conciliation to settle wage disputes with the ...

    Article : 90 words
  18. U.S.A. WOOL TARIFF.

    During a bitter debate on the tariff schedule for wool, Senator Walsh declared that a duty of 33 cents per lb. on scoured wool would ultimately cost ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. WALLSEND COLLIERS DISPUTE.

    The Wallsend colliery, which has been closed for six weeks through a dispute about "off hand " labour, will be reopened on Tuesday. The men have ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. ENVER PASHA.

    Bolshevik forces have driven Enver Pasha from his headquarters at Baisundue south of Samarkand. He has returned eastwards, where auti-Bolsheviks ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. SIGNIFICANT CAPITULATION.

    The capitulation of the re[?] at Waterford has a military significance, as the city is a pivotal point of their line between Waterford and Limerick. Their ...

    Article : 258 words
  22. 1922-23 SEASON.

    At a meeting of the Wool Appeal Board, held on Friday, and attended by representatives of the Australian Wool Growers' Council, the Australian Board ...

    Article : 129 words
  23. CALCUTTA STRIKE.

    Forty thousand Calcutta jute mill workers have struck for increased wages. The police are guarding the mills, but no disturbances have been reported. ...

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  24. ANGRY UNIONS.

    So angry have some of the unions become will the socialist Government that a movement is on foot to convene a special conference to deal with the ...

    Article : 550 words
  25. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    The worst of the Russian famine is over, though foreign help is still needed. The American Relief Administration continues to feed several millions. The ...

    Article : 136 words
  26. IMMIGRATION.

    Sir James Allen, the New Zealand Agent General, has practically concluded a migration agreement, which is now only awaiting Lieutenant-Colonel Amery's ...

    Article : 121 words
  27. TUBERCULOSIS.

    The (Minister for Health (Sir Alfred Mond), speaking at Cambridge, stated the tuberculosis death rate in Britain in 1847 was 3000 per million, in 1877 ...

    Article : 62 words
  28. GERMAN REPARATIONS.

    The "Echo de Paris" states that the Prime Minister of France (M. Pomcare) has asked the Reparations Commission to make a declaration ...

    Article : 75 words
  29. NEXT SUNDAY'S APPEAL.

    Arrangements have been made by the State secretary, R.S.S.I.L.A. (Mr. E. J. Dibdin), for the Ipswich City Vice Regal Band (Queensland champions) to ...

    Article : 77 words
  30. IMPERIAL DEFENCE.

    The Committee on Imperial Defence (the Premier, Mr. Lloyd George, pressiding) heard deputations from the Parliamentary Air and Navy and Army ...

    Article : 85 words
  31. "TYRANNY AND MURDER."

    At the inquest on Commandant Rosney, who was shot from ambush at a funeral, the jury gave a verdict of "[?] tally murdered." Commandant Brennan ...

    Article : 77 words
  32. WAR CANTEENS.

    In the House of Commons Colonel Nail initiated an outspoken attack on the War Office in connection with the war canteen funds, alleging that an attempt ...

    Article : 259 words
  33. CHANNEL SWIM.

    George Michel, a Frenchman, accompanied by Burgess' entered the sea at Cape Grisnez on Thursday evening, and swam for 16½ hours. He gave up the ...

    Article : 156 words
  34. KING'S PRIZE.

    In the rifle shooting competition at Bisley the King's Prize was won by Lieut-Colonel Marchmont, of the First London Brigage, with a score of 230, after ...

    Article : 48 words
  35. AT THE HAGUE. RUSSIAN DELEGATE'S STATEMENT.

    The Russian delegate (M. Litvinoff), in the course of a statement, said that the failure of the conference showed clearly, that it was impossible to reach an ...

    Article : 66 words
  36. CHARGE OF MURDER.

    Hugh Massey, a son of Lord Massey, has been charged with murder at a Dublin court. The charge is that of shooting a shotary raider in is father's house at ...

    Article : 44 words
  37. "DOWN AND OUT."

    A verdict of suicide was returned in connection with the death of Major George Hill Trevor, heir presumptive to Lord Trevor. He was found drowned at ...

    Article : 67 words
  38. GERMAN GUARANTEES.

    The committee for Foreign Affairs states that it has reluctantly recommended Germany's acceptance of the terms laid down by the Allied Committee of Guarantees, ...

    Article : 176 words
  39. CHANNEL COLLISION.

    Latest news regarding the RemueraMarengo collision in the English Channel states that it took place at midnight. S.O.S. wireless signals were sent out, and ...

    Article : 183 words
  40. SENSATIONAL BANK RAIDS.

    Sensational armed raids were made on four Dundalk banks, and sums varying from £200 to £100 wre stolen. In the Munster and Leinster bank the robbers ...

    Article : 165 words
  41. BRITISH EMPIRE LEAGUE.

    Mr. Winston Churchill (Secretary of State for the Colonies) has become the Vice-President of the British Empire League. ...

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  42. FAMOUS CHEMIST.

    The death has occured of Dr. Jokichi Takamine, the world famous chemist, who discovered "adrenalin." [Jokichi Takamine who was horn at ...

    Article : 227 words
  43. RECEMT AIR SMASH. PILOT NOT INNTERFERED WITH.

    The Air Ministry has announced that at the investigation into the Folkestone accident, the evidence given was insufficient to dotermine the cause of the ...

    Article : 134 words
  44. UNEMPLOYED BENEFITS.

    The Minister for Labour (Mr. T. J. Macnamara, in a written answer to a, question in the House of Commons, stated that the payments for unemployed ...

    Article : 55 words
  45. HUGE LOSSES.

    Figures quoted by the Chief Railway Commissioner (Mr. Fraser) on Saturday night showed that the operations of the railways and tramways during the year ...

    Article : 63 words
  46. STRIKE SETTLED.

    The strike of the construction workers on the Farleigh-Proserpine section of the North Coast line has been settled, the men having accepted the recommendations ...

    Article : 106 words
  47. KING'S PRIZE.

    In the rifle shooting competition at Bisley the King's Prize was won by Lieut-Colonel Marchmont, of the First London Brigade, with a score of 230, after ...

    Article : 70 words
  48. TERRITORIALS REVIEWED.

    His Majesty the King reviewed 10,000 London Territorials in Hyde Park, this being the first review of the Territorials since 1913. ...

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  49. INDIAN POSTAL AIR SERVICE.

    Official support has been assured for the scheme for establishing India's first postal and pasaenger air service between Karachi, Rajkot, and Bombay. ...

    Article : 42 words
  50. PASSENGERS TRANSFERRED.

    The Remuera is going to Falmouth for repairs. The first-class passengers have been transferred to the Ormuz, and the second-class passenger will sail by the ...

    Article : 67 words
  51. AUCKLAND ELECTRIC BOARD LOAN.

    The Auckland Electric Power Board's issue of £350,000 5½ per cent debentaires at par has been underwritten. ...

    Article : 25 words
  52. VICTORIAN PIANIST.

    Miss Dorothy Randle, the Victorian pianiste, has won the medal of the Royal Academy of Music, as a result of her first year's examinations. ...

    Article : 27 words
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