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  2. SINN FEIN REPLY.

    In rejecting the British offer of Dominion status for Ireland, Mr.de Valera said:- "I laid your proposals before the Dail ...

    Article : 533 words
  3. PACIFIC CONFERENCE.

    Marquis Shigrnobu Okuma, a former Prime Minister of Japan, is reported by the Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" to have issued the following ...

    Article : 517 words
  4. DAVIS CUP.

    In the doubles match of the final round for the right to challenge America ployed it Newport to-day J.O.Anderson and C. Todd (Australasia) defeated I. Kumagae ...

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  5. MR. HUGHES IN FRANCE.

    A stay of only a few hours was made in Paris by Mr. Hughes. He placed a wreath festooned with the Australian flag on the grave of the unknown French soldier who ...

    Article : 474 words
  6. STATE ELECTIONS.

    "I do not want to bo a Jeremiah, because I believe I can see a silver lining in the clouds ahead, but it is essential that you should not have political amateurs in ...

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  7. ENGLAND'S AMATEURS.

    Some remarkable cricket was witnessed to-day at Eastbourne, where a match was commended between the Australians and an All-England eleven, composed of ...

    Article : 1,149 words
  8. Combined Averages.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 155 words
  9. Secret Session of Dail Eireann.

    A secret session of the Dail Eireann has considered Mr. Lloyd George's letter to Mr. de Valena, and it is expected that a reply will be sent on Monday. ...

    Article : 37 words
  10. "Real Freedom Offered."

    Mr. Lloyd George was presented on Saturday with the freedom of Barnsley. Referring to the terms offered to Ireland, he said that they commended themselves ...

    Article : 174 words
  11. NOTES ON THE GAME.

    When Brookes, Patterson, Heath, and O'Hara Wood—Australasia's Davis Cup team of 1920-announced that they would not be able to make the trip to America ...

    Article : 443 words
  12. Figures for Australians.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 173 words
  13. American Comment.

    In a leading article the "New York Times" says:—"Any fanatic leader who now needlessly plunged Ireland into murderons warfare again would find it hard to ...

    Article : 231 words
  14. THE BIG FOUR.

    With the batting collapse at Eastbourne three of the chief destroyers of the Australian team wind up a busy and successful 10 days of devastation. They have taken ...

    Article : 933 words
  15. ENVOY TO GENEVA.

    Mr. Hughes states that he is unable to understand the criticism of Mr. M.L. Shepherd's appointment to represent Australia at the meeting of the Assembly of ...

    Article : 143 words
  16. MOPLAH REBELLION.

    The Australian Press Association learns that the serious nature of the Moplah rebellion in India, and the possibilities that it will spread to other areas, are fully ...

    Article : 428 words
  17. Herr Erzberger Killed.

    Herr Erzberger, a former member of the German Cabinet, who signed the armistice on behalf of Germany, has been assassinated. ...

    Article : 233 words
  18. Irish "Cabinet" Re-elected.

    At the meeting of the Dall Eircann, Mr. de Valera was re-elected "president" of the Irish "republic " Mr. de Valera, in thanking his colleagues, said that he felt ...

    Article : 174 words
  19. BRITAIN'S ANSWER.

    Following a discussion of the reply by the British Cabinet, Mr. Lloyed George sent a further Note to Mr. de Valera as follows: ...

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  20. Play on Last Day.

    In the final days play, I. Kumagae (Japan) defeated J.O.Anderson (Austral[?]sia) 3-6, 7-5 2-6 6-2, 6-1. The steadiness of Anderson, contrasted ...

    Article : 1,012 words
  21. Senator Pearce's Comment.

    "Mr. Hughes's statement that Mr. Shepherd's appointment was suggested by the Commonwealth Ministry is correct," said the Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) ...

    Article : 246 words
  22. Comments by Dr. Mannix.

    In the Roman Catholic Church grounds at Middle Brighton Archbishop Mannix addressed more than 5,000 people yesterday afternoon, and referred to the Irish ...

    Article : 296 words
  23. British By-election.

    The by-election for the Abbey division of Westminster, to fill the seat rendered vacant by the death of Mr. W. L. BurdettCoutts (Coalition Unionist), resulted:- ...

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  24. SPORTING CABLES.

    An attempt made by the American swimmer, Sullivan, to swim the Channel, failed. He gave up when half-way across, after having been in the water for 10 hours 10 ...

    Article : 128 words
  25. Canadian Steamer's Plight.

    The steamer Canadian Importer, which was previously reported sunk, has now been found to be aflost, though helpless. Vessels are standing by, and a search is being ...

    Article : 175 words
  26. Wrecked Airship.

    Lieutenant A.H. Wann, commander of the wrecked airship R38, summoned the police to the hospital, in which he is a patient, and stated concerning the disaster: ...

    Article : 197 words
  27. MESSAGE TO DE VALERA.

    Sir,—In his letter of August 25, Mr. O'Leary, secretary to the Self-Determination for Ireland League of Australia, in endeavouring to establish his claim to speak ...

    Article : 226 words
  28. BOXING.

    Mr. Charles Lucas manager for the Australian heavy-weight boxer George Cook, has informed the Australian Press Association that he signed articles on Saturday ...

    Article : 91 words
  29. TROUBLES OF QUEENSLAND.

    According to a pastoralist who has just concluded an extensive tour of Queensland, the troubles brought upon the State by the misgovernment of the ...

    Article : 334 words
  30. GOLF.

    W.C. Hagen won the Western open golf championship with a score of 287 for 72 holes, "Jock" Hutchinson being second with 292, and Emmett French third with ...

    Article : 54 words
  31. County Championship.

    The county championship continues to be most exciting. Surrey beat Leicester by 88 runs, while Middlesex beat Kent by five wickets, scoring 315 for five ...

    Article : 155 words
  32. Australia's Sympathy.

    The following is the copy of a cable message despatched to the Secretary of State for the Colonies by His Excellency the Governor General (Lord Forster) on Saturday ...

    Article : 117 words
  33. Textile Firm's Affairs.

    A sensation has been caused in the heavy woollen trade as a result of the Fenton Textile Association Limited, of Batley, Dewsbury, and Leeds, announcing that ...

    Article : 158 words
  34. FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND

    Record crowds were attracted by the opening of the football season in England and Wales. Forty thousand attended Manchester and Burnley matches, 55,000 were ...

    Article : 62 words
  35. EXPEDITING THE TARIFF.

    Efforts are being made by the Federal Ministry to complete the debates on the tariff schedule in the Senate before the end of This week. Nearly two-thirds of ...

    Article : 156 words
  36. GENERAL CABLES.

    A first batch of 47 boys from Dr. Barnardo's Homes has sailed for Australia. A fire has been raging at Eski-Shehr, in Asia Minor, for several days. The greater ...

    Article : 169 words
  37. Miners' "Army" Halts.

    Reports from Virginia state that detachments of civilians, armed with machineguns, are lying in the mountain passes awaiting the army of 5,000 miners which is ...

    Article : 108 words
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