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  2. SHAM BATTLE. SIX OFFICERS KILLED.

    Six army officers were killed when during a night aerial sham battle manecuvres a big Martin bombing acroplane cas[?]ed towards the eartb and burst into flames ...

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  3. NAURU ISLAND. ONE-SIDED SUMMARY.

    There was a sensational 20 or 30 minutes at the Finance Committee on Friday afternoon, when a vote relating to the Permanent Mandates Commission came ...

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  4. TURKS CONCENTRATING AT ISMID. THREAT TO ENTER CONSTANTINOPLE.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" reports that a serious concentration of Turkish troops is occurring at Ismid, whither Kemal Pasha is proceeding. There is ground for believing that the Kemalists will make Constantinople their objective rather than Chanak, beeause of ...

    Article : 425 words
  5. HEAVY STORM.

    Three boys were swept away and one was drowned in a sudden rush of water which resulted from a heavy rainstorm in Sydney on Saturday afternoon. Warm ...

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  6. AIRMEN RECALLED TO AUSTRALIA.

    F. J. Williams and Willam Darwin, of the Australian Flying Corps, who have been on a visit to America, have been recalled to Australia. ...

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  7. CABLE FROM ENGLAND.

    The following cable message has been received from the British Labour Perty by Mr. Charlton, in reply to one sent by him:—"Your telegram was considered ...

    Article : 224 words
  8. CANADA'S DILATORY ACTION.

    The ex-Premier (Mr. Meighan), in a speech assailing the Government's delay in replying to Britain's repuest, made a statement on the Government policy ...

    Article : 106 words
  9. HERRIN MINE WAR.

    The Grand Jury investigating the Herrin massacre has issued 19 additional indictmcnts, six for murder, and 13 for assault, bringing the total number of ...

    Article : 197 words
  10. SOUTH AFRICA'S ATTITUDE.

    At a meeting of the Cabinet. Mr. Lloyd George's appeal was diseussed, No definite deeision was arrived at. It is believed, however, that a reply was ...

    Article : 63 words
  11. FRENCH DELEGATE.

    The Foreign Office confirms the reports of M. Bouillon's departure for Smyrna. He will semi-officially ask Kemal Pasha to avoid incidents in the neutral zones, ...

    Article : 41 words
  12. PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL FORCE.

    An appeal to Christians and Mohammedana in the British Empire, signed by many representatives of labour and religion, urges the speedy formation of an ...

    Article : 111 words
  13. AMERICAN CHURCHES.

    The Federal Council of Churches, embracing numerous denominations, has tele graphed to President Harding, Mr. C. E. Hughes, and Senator Lodge, asking the ...

    Article : 82 words
  14. IRISH OUTRAGES.

    All the telegraph and telephone wires and the railway lines in Kerry have been destroyed by Irregulars, who have concentrated most of their forces in the ...

    Article : 258 words
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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 44 words
  16. DANGER TO CIVILISATION.

    The Deputy Leader of the Federal Country Party, Mr. Fleming, M.H.R., speaking at Wesley Church this afternoon, said that it was a time im careful speech. The ...

    Article : 216 words
  17. DRUGS SEIZED.

    Forty detectives raided the Hotel Douglas in the heart of the Broadway district, and seized half a million dollars" worth of drugs. It is believed that it ...

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  18. MORUYA AGROUND.

    The Howard Smith steamer Moruya. which was taking a cargo of sugar from Maryborough to Brisbane. ran aground in the Straits, south of Turkey Island, on ...

    Article : 159 words
  19. ALLIED DECISIONS.

    The Allied Conferemec on the Near East issued a note on behalf of Britain, France, and Italy requesting the Nationalist Assembly of Turkey to ...

    Article : 607 words
  20. IMMIGRATION LAW.

    Mr. Johnston, M.H.R., chairman of the House Immigration Comraittee, before the adjournment of the House presented important suggestions for the amendment ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. POSITION EXPLAINED.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) summoned the newepaper representatives to No. 10, Downing-street, and made a statement in which he said he thought it ...

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  22. THE STRAITS.

    Kemal Pasha has declared that he is ready to accept the freedom of the Straits, provided a suitable formula can be found. "I myself have been ...

    Article : 65 words
  23. "A WANDERING BARBARIAN."

    Speaking to the text, Rev. [?] 8-9, in St. Barnabas' Church, Waterworks-road, last evening, the Rev. Canon Garland said that the message to the Church of Smyrna ...

    Article : 418 words
  24. RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

    Four months ago two Russian aviators flew over Bessarabia, dropping pamphlets. Their machine crashed, and they were imprisened. The Soviet did not ...

    Article : 92 words
  25. THE NETHERLANDS.

    The Second Chamber has passed the second reading of the new Constitution Bill providing for women's frapchise, and that Queen Wilhelmina's progeny only ...

    Article : 76 words
  26. TROOPS NEAR ISMID.

    A message from Constantinople alleges that 4000,000 troops with artillery have been concentrated between Ismid and Meander. ...

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  27. GIRL KILLED.

    A girl, aged 9 years, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewins, of Byron Bay, was run over by a motor car at that town on Saturday and killed instantly, ...

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  28. GREEK PLOT.

    A Venizelos plot has been discovered. Many arrests have been made. M. Grivas, the Under-Secrctary for State in the Venizclos Cabinet has been ...

    Article : 42 words
  29. FRENCH VINTAGE.

    The estimate of the French vintage anticipates that the 1922 yield will be 62,000,000 hectolitres, as compared with 45,000,000 in 1913. The wine will be ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. SOVIET SUPPORT.

    The Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs (M. Tch[?]cherin), when interviewed by the "Ber[?]nger Tageblatt," said that the Soviet fully endorsed the Turkish policy. ...

    Article : 167 words
  31. LEAGUE INTERVENTION.

    The [?]ion here is that League intervention in the Near East dispute is improbable. A direct conference between the Allies and the Kemelists is ...

    Article : 356 words
  32. DWELLING BURNT.

    A fire this morning destroyed a fourroomed cottage with a kitchen on the Charters Towers road. The building was owned and occupied by Mr, Jas. Hind. ...

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  33. FAMOUS CLIPPER.

    Captain Dowman, of Falmouth, has purchased from the Portuguese owners the old sailing clipper Cutty Sank, which once made famous fast passages to ...

    Article : 52 words
  34. CHINA AND RUSSIA.

    The Copenhagen correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that China has accepted the Soviet's invitation to confer, with a view to settling outstanding ...

    Article : 46 words
  35. BIG SUDAN DAM. TO COST £4,000,000.

    The Sudan Government has given the firm of Cowdrays a £4,000,000 contract to build a dam, stretching a distance of two miles aeross the Blue Nile, and to ...

    Article : 57 words
  36. RUSSIAN MURDER.

    The Commissary for Internal Affairs (M. Djerdjinsky) has been assassinated. He was known as the Soviet's "handy man," and held most advanced views, ...

    Article : 56 words
  37. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    Cricket is dying hard this season. Probably it is a r[?]ord to have two first-class games after September 20. These are being played at the Air Force festival ...

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  38. THEATRE COLLAPSES.

    A crowd of children who were awaiting admittance to see a motion picture, entitled "The Trap," were hurled to the basement of the Strand Theatre when the ...

    Article : 52 words
  39. A SOFIA SUGGESTION.

    The "Stambulski" suggests that Eastern and Western Thrace should be made an autonomous State under the League of Nations, thus guaranteeing Bulgaria ...

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  40. FRENCH SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    In consequence of the seamen's strike, the Government has temporarily suspended the Act preserving a French monopoly in navigation between France, ...

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  41. TROTSKY IN A NEW ROLE.

    M. Trotsky, the Russian dictator, has appeared in u new role. He has written a play entitled, "Two Worlds," which will be performed in a Moscow Theatre ...

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  42. "TRIBE OF CAIN."

    The dedication of the newly, enlarged grand organ of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church took place at a service ia the church yesterday morning in the presence ...

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  43. AMERICAN RAILWAYS.

    The Federal Court has gra[?]ed a temporary injunotion replacing the restraming order granted to the Attorney-General (Mr. Daugherty) against the railway ...

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  44. SMYRNA REFUGEES IN ITALY.

    Thousands of Italian re[?]gees from Smyrna are camping at Taranto and Brindisi, but as the situation in Smyrna is now normal it is probable that ...

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  45. PORTRAIT OF KEATS.

    The "Observer" reproduces a hitherto unknown pencil portrait of Keats, the poet, by a friend, Charles Brown, who emigrated to New Zealand ...

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  46. EUROPE'S WHEAT CROP.

    The International Institute of Agriculture announces that Europe's wheat crop, exciusive of Russis, is 13 per cent. below that of 1921. ...

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  47. COACHES FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    J. W. Hitch, Newman, Bowley, and Tate have sailed for South Africa to fulful their cricket coaching engagements, ...

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  48. ASSISTANCE FROM SYDNEY.

    Greeks living in Sydney held a meeting to-day and subscribed mere than £500 to help Greek refugees who had fled before the Turks. The Consul-General for ...

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  49. DOPING HORSES.

    The doping of horses continues an urgent problem of the French turf. The Societe d'Encouragement is investigating an increasing number of cases, ...

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  50. FREE CHURCH COUNCIL'S OPINION.

    The executive of the National Free Church Council has passed a resolution deploring the Near Eastern situation, and expressing the opinion that a permanent ...

    Article : 47 words
  51. WORKS AND MINES CLOSED.

    The Ebhwvale Steel, Iron, and Coal Company has closed all its works and [?]es owing to a series of labour disputes. Ten thousand workers have been ...

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  52. LUCKENBACH STEAMSHIP CO.

    Mr. Elgar Luckenbach, the president of the Luckenbach Steamship Co., has denice the Australian report that he intends to establish a new line in the ...

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  53. U.S. COAL INDUSTRY.

    President Harding has signed the Borah Bill authorising the appointment of a commission to investigate the coal industry, and also a Bill prevention ...

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  54. NOTE TO BULGARIA.

    The French President of the Interallied Liquidation Commission has sent a note to the Bulgarian Government, demanding the dispersal of the South Bulgarian ...

    Article : 61 words
  55. IMPORTANT POINT OVERLOOKED,

    The "Daily Chroui[?]" says that the demand in the Labour party's telegram to Australia for a solution of the crisis by negotiations[?] and a reference to the ...

    Article : 123 words
  56. THE DARWIN DISPUTE.

    The latest development in connection with the wharf trouble occurred this morning, when Captain Naval, of the coal transport Biloela, notified the stokers and ...

    Article : 56 words
  57. AMERICAN PROHIBITION.

    Mr. P. J. Flanagan, of South Australia, who has been investigating the effects of prohibition in the United States, says that he condemns ...

    Article : 36 words
  58. BERLIN EXCHANGE.

    The Berlin exchange rate is new [?]125 marks to the £ sterling, after being at 6175 on Friday. ...

    Article : 26 words
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