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  2. IRELAND IN MOURNING. MR. COLLINS'S DEATH.

    Pathetic scenes were witnessed at the lying in state of Mr. Collins's body in the City Hall, Dublin, to-day. Enormous crowds gathered outside the building, and ...

    Article : 140 words
  3. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Major-General Sir George Bridges has been appointed Governor of South Australia in succession to Sir William Weigall. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. BERLIN NEGOTIATIONS. THE REPARATION QUESTION.

    It is officially stated that while the informal converstions between Sir J. Bradbury and Mr. Mauclere (representing the Reparations Commission) and the ...

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  5. NO AGREEMENT. U.S. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    Negotiations to end the railway strike have collapsed. The executives und leaders of the "Big Four" brotherhoods, endeavouring to mediate on behalf of the ...

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  6. FIRE SENSATION.

    Through the breaking of an 80ft. tower ladder this afternoon at a fire in the heart of the city one fireman was killed and another seriously injured, while a ...

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  7. "RED" OBJECTIVE.

    The A.L.P. will contest the next Federal elections under the banner of the "Red" organisation, which provides for the socialisation of industry, ...

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  8. AN EPIC STORY. AVIATORS' EXPERIENCES.

    Thrilling details have been received of the experiences of Captain Norman Macmillan and Mr. Malins, the round[?]the world aviators, who were lost in the Bay ...

    Article : 205 words
  9. WAR DEBTS.

    British official circles, commenting on the Washington announcement relating to the British debt, point out that after America's entry into the war Britain ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. EMPIRE'S FUTURE.

    Mr. Phillip Kerr (Secretary to the Prime Minister of England), add[?]essing the Institute of Politics, bald that the British Commonwealth cannot last indefinitely in ...

    Article : 189 words
  11. INTENSIFICATION POSSIBLE.

    An intensification of the railway strike is [?]reatened by the announcement of Mr. Grable (President of the Maintenance Way Employees Union) that the Railway ...

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  12. MR. FIHELLY. LONDON WORK UNCONGENIAL.

    A representative of the Australian Press Association interviewed Mr. J. A. Fihelly, the Queensland Agent-General, with reference to his reported intention ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. MURDER CAREFULLY PLANNED.

    It is how believed that Mr. Collins's death was no [?]ere accident, but was carefully planned, and that when the rebels failed to kill him by means of a ...

    Article : 315 words
  14. OPTIMISM IN BERLIN.

    The "Vossische Zeitung" takes an optimistic view of the situation. It declared that the German proposal which Sir J. Bradbury has taken to submit ...

    Article : 47 words
  15. WIDER POWERS OPPOSED.

    Strong opposition has developed in the Senate to legislation giving the Government extraordinary powers in connection with the industrial situation. ...

    Article : 136 words
  16. FIRST STAGE OF FLIGHT.

    In an epic story of the air, Captain Macmillan relates the experiences of himself and Mr. Mali[?]s from the time of leaving Calutta on the next stage of their ...

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  17. INTERVIEW WITH SIR J. BRADBURY.

    Sir John Bradbury, in an interview said: "I am satisfied that the German Government is making great efforts to meet the views of the French ...

    Article : 72 words
  18. CALAIS FIRE.

    The fire at Calais dock is now under control. [A cablegram published on Saturday stated that a tremendous fire was ...

    Article : 58 words
  19. A BERLIN STATEMENT.

    Sir J. Bradbury and M. Ma[?] have left Germany without concluding arrange-ments with Dr. Wirth. The next, steps will he with the Reparations Commission. ...

    Article : 31 words
  20. MURDER PLOT.

    The police have received foreign advice that a German officer has succeeded in crossing the frontier, and is new on route to, or in, Paris, with a special mission to ...

    Article : 105 words
  21. FORD PLANTS.

    Mr. Henry Ford has announced that he will close his plants on September 16[?] [?]wing to the coal shortage. 150,000 TO BE THROWN IDLE. ...

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  22. PROSPECTS OF SETTLEMENT.

    The prospects of settlement had a steadying effect. The mark opened at 9000 to the £, and closed at 7550. Sir John Bradbury and M. Mauclere ...

    Article : 126 words
  23. CHINESE BANDITS.

    Foreign gunboats, including the American flagship Isabel, have been ordered to the Yangtze Gorge, to prevent Chinese bandits setting fire to foreign merchant ...

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  24. MANDATES QUESTION.

    Although the Australian delegates to the League of Nations Assembly have been announced as Sir Joseph Cook, Sir Mark Sheldon, and Mr. C. A. B. ...

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  25. FROM GUNS TO MOTOR CARS.

    It is reported that Henry Ford, now holidaying at Car[?], is [?] with a view to using the St[?] [?] factory as a nuclcus of a huge motor-car ...

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  26. CONVICTS' ESCAPE.

    One of the most remarkable man-hunts in the history of the State ended to-day when the sheriff's posses, after a search on horse, motor, and aeroplane, corn[?]red ...

    Article : 127 words
  27. CARDIFF BOYCOTT.

    The transport workers at Cardiff instituted a boycott against an Italian steamer manned by a Fasclsti crew. They decided to ask employers to request the ...

    Article : 52 words
  28. FILM MURDERS.

    A deathbed confession of a [?]inoma actor, Cavallaro, has cleared up the mystery surrounding the murder of an aged merchant at Turin, and a second ...

    Article : 139 words
  29. GERMAN MARK.

    The German exechange to-day touched 11,000 marks to the £, but recovered in the afternoon, apparently in the hope that the Allies and the German Government ...

    Article : 194 words
  30. CANADIAN MINERS.

    The Labour Department has announced that the coal miners and mine operators in Western Canada have signed an agree ment whereby the miners accept a 15 ...

    Article : 60 words
  31. DRASTIC "CUT."

    The Soviet Government is [?]ssuing a decree fixing the maximum inheritance under a will at 10,000 gold roubles (£[?]), the remainder to go to the ...

    Article : 40 words
  32. LONDON "TIMES."

    Mr. James Louis Carvin, in a lengthy article in the "Obseryer" concerning the future ownership of the "Times," states that there are many aspirants to succeed ...

    Article : 353 words
  33. "LEAGUE OF NATIONS."

    "League of Nations" exhibitions, the first of their kind, will be held at St. Albans and Stoke-on-Trent in November. Embassies, Legations, and Consulates of ...

    Article : 59 words
  34. BRITISH UNIONS.

    Unemployment pay cost the whole of the British trade unions more than £8,000,000 in 1921, compared with £817,000 in 1920. Dispute benefits cost ...

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  35. HAVRE STRIKE.

    A strike bu engineers at Havre against wage reductions, which has won the sympathy of an overwhelming majority of the townsfolk, developed to-day ...

    Article : 93 words
  36. STRANGE WILL.

    Lord Swansea in his will directed that none of his half-blood relatives should attend his funeral. He bequeathed to his servant, Daniel Eills, a sum of £2000[?] ...

    Article : 67 words
  37. PREMIER'S BOOK.

    It has been announced that the whole profits of Mr. Lloyd Georges war book will be devoted to charitics connected with the relief of suffering caused by the ...

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  38. AS USELESS AS THE KRONE.

    London financial experts call attention to the fact that the Austrian krone, worth 9000 to the £ nine months ago, is now quoted at 400,000, and point out ...

    Article : 133 words
  39. FRENCH SEAMEN.

    The French Cabinet has approved of a Bill applying the eight-hour day to the mercantile marine. ...

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  40. BRAINS NOT WANTED.

    Official circles in London confirm the arrest in Russia of several hundred members of the Intelligensia—promment professors and engineers. They are being ...

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  41. FLYING SCOTSMAN.

    The North eastern railway will shortly use to convey the "Flying Scotsman" between York and Newcastle the first high-speed electric locomotive built in ...

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  42. PRINTERS' STRIKE.

    The result of the ballot taken in connection with the printers' strike in the North of England favoured a resumption of work, the men accepting a reduction ...

    Article : 129 words
  43. GLIDER RECORD.

    Hontzen, the Hanoverian student who remained in the air for three hours in a motorless aeroplane, during tests held in the Rhon Mountains last week, landed ...

    Article : 45 words
  44. BURIED AT[?] SEA.

    Thomas Pitman, a resident of Melbourne, died of apoplexy on board the steamer Narkunda on Thursday, and was buried at sea. The Narkunda arrived at ...

    Article : 37 words
  45. "PERSONAL GAIN IMPOSSIBLE."

    The "Sunday Times," which is owned[?] by the firm which purchased the English serial book rights of Mr. Lloyd George's book, states: "Mr. Lloyd George ...

    Article : 173 words
  46. A TRENCHANT REVIEW.

    Mr. Samuel Montagu's weekly review of the money market says: "It is difficult to find a sutisfuctory explanation of the fall of 70 per cent in the mark in one ...

    Article : 131 words
  47. DIVORCE SUIT.

    Mrs. Kendrick has brought a [?]0,000 dollar (£6000) suit agninst Miss Wakefield for damages for alienation of aff[?]tions, and has also filed a suit for a ...

    Article : 260 words
  48. BOXING MELEE.

    Billy Miske knocked out Fred Fulton in the first round of a scheduled 10 round bout. Fulton's former manager taunted him with cowardice, and Fulton attacked ...

    Article : 60 words
  49. EQUITABLE INSURANCE CASE.

    Gerald Bevan, who is charged with publishing false balance sheets in connection with the Equitable Insurance Co., with fraudulent eouversion of money, ...

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  50. FOREST FIRES.

    Great fires have started in the Communal forests at Pierrefeu, near Toulon, and have spread to Collobrieres, where much private and public property has ...

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  51. LORD NORTHCLIFFE

    The "News of the World" states that three caveats have been entered by in terested parties against the grant of probute in Lord Northeliffe's estate. Lord ...

    Article : 170 words
  52. SUBMARINE HORROR.

    After many delays, the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Sir Thomas Horne) has informed Mr. Havelock Wilson that the first instalment of £100,000 out of ...

    Article : 71 words
  53. WARNING TO AUSTRALIA.

    In view of the fact that financial institutions have been receiving cabled instructions from Australian speculators to buy marks the following, from the ...

    Article : 133 words
  54. ALLAWAY'S GUILT.

    The Home Office states that Thomas Henry Allaway, before his execution, confessed that he was guilty. [Allaway was first arrested at Reading ...

    Article : 118 words
  55. ASSISTING AUSTRIA.

    Advices received in Paris state that the "Little Entente" has mutually agreed to assist Austria financially and industrially. Experts are now deliberating as to the ...

    Article : 85 words
  56. FRENCH WARSHIP.

    The battleship France, while returning from manoeuvres, struck a rook off Quiberon Bay and sunk in 11 fathoms of water. Three lives are reported to be lost. ...

    Article : 67 words
  57. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.

    Edwin Raymond Wilkinson a Liverpool business man, who made a hurried visit to Australia with a single woman, was arrested on his return by the ...

    Article : 45 words
  58. GERMAN UNIONS' APPEAL.

    The German Federation of trade unions has telegraphed to the[?] British Trade Union Congress stating that the collapse of the mark signifies tho beginning of ...

    Article : 60 words
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