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  2. LORD NORTHCLIFFE.

    HOBART, Sunday.—On arrival at Launceston yesterday. Lord Northcliffe was officially welcomed by the acting mayor. In the course of his reply Lord Northcliffe ...

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  3. BRITISH TRADE REVIEW.

    An outstanding feature of the Stock Exchange has been the firmness of gilt-edged stocks, which even the unsatisfactory development of the Irish situation has failed ...

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  4. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    In an interview regarding the Australian cricketers' tour, Warwick Armstrong attributes England's s defeat to the fiet that she played too many professionals, who ...

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  5. SHACKLETON DEPARTS

    Sir Ernest Shackleton's expedition, which will explore the obseure islands of the South Pacific and South Atlantic, and visit some of the South Polar seas, left the Thumes ...

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  6. COALMINERS' DEMANDS.

    Unless the Federal Ministry takes steps to prevent the Australian Coal and Shale Employees' Federation putting into operation its policy of a working week of ...

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  7. IRELAND.

    It is believed that the threated deadlock in the negotiations with Sinn Fein has been averted. Following upon Mr. Lloyd George's statement that if Sinn Fein ...

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  8. A GAME OF CONTRASTS.

    The public interest taken in the game between Carlton and Collingwood at Victoria Park was extraordinary, in view of the fact that as far as the premiership ...

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  9. ARMED MEN IN SHOP.

    A friend of Mr. John Ryan, tailor, of Lygon street, Brunswick East, on Saturday night disturbed two men who had broken into Mr. Ryan's shop. ...

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  10. COMPROMISING THE EMPIRE.

    At Wesley Church yesterday afternoon. the Rev. Henry Worrall addressed a large gathering on the question, "Shall We Compromise the Empire?" Mr. Worrall said ...

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  11. FARMER'S INTERESTY IN "MOLLIE"

    Watching the anties of "Mollie," the orang-outang, at the Zoo yesterday afternoon. cost Mr. Thomas Carlford, a farmer from Sheppartorr, £15. He was so diverted ...

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  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Now that the Australian cricketers have finished their tour in Great Britain, I wish to suggest that we should have an opportunity of seeing the team in action ...

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  13. Indian Rebellion.

    Rebels are massing in the Pindalur Hills. Two thousand, under their only surviving leader, are endeavouring to effect a junetion with the rebels operating in the ...

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  14. JEWELLER'S WINDOW BROKEN.

    Aided by the compirative quietness of the street on Saturday afternoon, a thief, who displayed considerable boldness, stole eight rings from the window of a jeweller's ...

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  15. SPORTING CABLES.

    At the Windsor September meeting today S. Donoghue rode three winners, bringing the number of his winning mounts for the season up to 100. ...

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  16. JAPAN AMD SHANTUNG.

    The Japancse Embassy has published the proposals regarding the return to China of Shantung, which Japan has submitted to China. The principal provisions are: ...

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  17. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir—Mr. Barrett is at fault if he has accepted my previous letter as a lead for making n vituperative attack on Lord Northeliffe.Such a course would be ...

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  18. TENNIS IN AMERICA.

    In the semi-finals of the national singles championship of the United States, W.T. Tilden (America) defeated Willis Davis (America), 10·8, 6·2, 6·1; and Wallace ...

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  19. MORE RAIN EXPECTED.

    Remarkable weather conditions prevailed over the eastern areas of Australia during the week-end. In the 24 hours to 9 o' clock yesterday morning a severe low-pressure ...

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  20. Extremist Leaders Indicted.

    Mahommed Ali and Shauket Ali, the Indian Nationalist leaders, have been indicted on charges of having tampered with the loyalty of native troops, and of having ...

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  21. UNIONISM AT MORWELL.

    MORWELL, Sunday.—Between 300 and 400 men are employed on the Electricity Commission's works at Yalloura, near Morwell and it is expected that the number ...

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  22. English Concert Season.

    The autumn concert season is in full swing. Messrs. Malcolm McEachearn, Peter Dawson, Harold Williams, and Horace Stevens are among the Australians well to ...

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  23. Competition in Trade.

    Lord Beaverbrook, writing in the "Sunday Express" from Berlin, refutes the idea that German manufacturers will capture British export trade because the ...

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  24. While the Fire Burns.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" at Rome says that a quaint situation arose at Milan, where there is a Socialist City Council. There was a fire at ...

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  25. FLOODED RIVERS.

    BENALLA, Sunday.—This afternoon a telephone message from Swanpool notified the police that the Broken River was rising rapidly, and that another flood was ...

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  26. BOXING.

    At Cleveland, Ohio "Johnny" Kilbane knocked out "Danny" Frush, of Baltimore, in the seventh round of a fight of 12 rounds. ...

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  27. Unemployment.

    Aftet on abortive meeting with a committee of the Cabinet, which is dealing with unemployment, 15 of London's Labour mayors decided to go to Inverness ...

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  28. RAILWAY TRANSPORT DELAYS.

    Sir—Last month m the course of my business I ordered building material from Burnley. As I had workmen waiting. I made several applications at the Tooronga ...

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  29. Bloodthirsty Soviet.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" at Riga says that 830 people at Kieff, in the Ukraine, who were accused of complicity in a plot to overthrow the ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS.

    The Australian Rugby footballers opened their tour on Saturday, when they defeated Salford. The weather was fine, and there was an attendance of 10,000. Bardsley ...

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  31. Supplies Normal in Melbourne.

    There is no necessity yet for restricting the supply of coal to the public, according to the secretary of the Coal Board (Captain Treacy), who said on Saturday that the ...

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  32. MURRAY AT ECHUCA.

    ECHUCA, Sunday.—The Murray River gauge now shows a height ot 30ft. 9in., and is slowly rising. Great volumes of water are said to be coming down, and a very ...

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  33. Arbuckle Film.

    One hundred and fifty cowboys and cattle-men at Thermopolis, Wyoming, entered the Maverick Theatre, where an Arbuckle film was being shown, shot up the ...

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  34. POLICE SEIZE GOODS.

    Goods valued at over £1,000 were found in a shed at the back of a house in Rickmond last night by Plain-clothes Constables Pattison and Else, who alleged that the ...

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  35. CHILDREN AND THE COUNTRY.

    Sir,—All Australians should be interested in the article in "The Argus" yesterday on children's farm schools, and training young immigrants. How extremely ...

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  36. LIEUTENANT PAREB'S FLIGHT.

    RIDDELL, Saturday.— After several weeks since his accident, Lieutenant Parer went up in his aeroplane this afternoon. The machine has been on the ...

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  37. Railway-men's Hours.

    Replying to the railway-men's protest against the withdrawal of the eight-hour day, the Prime Minister (General Smuts) states that the Peace Treaty does not fix ...

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  38. TAXED ON A REBATE.

    SYDNEY, SUNDAY.—A deputation from co-operative societies waited on the Commonwealth Treasurer (Sir Joseph Cook) on Saturday in regard to certain aspects of ...

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  39. EFFECT OF LIMITATION.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.—It is expected that the coalmine owners will agree to meet the representatives of the Australasian Coal and Shale Employees Federation in ...

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  40. Irish Volunteers

    Police cyclists on Thursday night surprised Sinn Feiners drilling between Cookstown and Coagh, County Tyrone. They were fired on, and retired for ...

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  41. TOWN HALL SALARIES.

    Sir,—The whole of the officers of the Melbourne City Council do not belong to the Municipal Oflicers' Association, though it [?]de to appear so. Two other ...

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  42. NAVIGATION ACT.

    Sir—It is satisfactory to find the iniquitous coastal provisions of this measure, in their effect on interstate trading by oversea vessels, are being discussed. The ...

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  43. STATE OF THE RIVERS.

    Reports received at the Weather Burean for the 24 hours ended September 17 show that the rainfall, while not very heavy over the watrsheds of Victorian rivers (it ranged from ¼ in. to ¼.) it was ...

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  44. Hoist With Own Petard.

    At a coronet's inquest on an Irish motor mechanic named Melnerny, who was killed in an explosion at a garage in Greenwich on July 28, experts gave evidence that the ...

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  45. WILLIAMSTOWN FERRY.

    For many years the Willamstown Council has advocated a more direct means of communication with the city. At present residents of Willamstown can only reach ...

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  46. GENERAL CABLES.

    The first contingent of 50 Barnardo boys for Australia has arrived at Cape Town by the s.s. Beirrima, in charge of Mr. Roberts, assistant director of the Barnardo ...

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  47. BASIS OF EQUALITY.

    In his address, after the laying of the foundation-stone of a new Roman Catholic school in Eleanor street, West Footscray, yesterday afternoon, Dr. Mannix referred to ...

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  48. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    The supplementary estimate having been disposed of, the legislative Assembly, when it meets to-morrow afternoon, will resume the debate on the Address in reply. Beyound ...

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  49. State Coal Mine Idle.

    BRISBANE, Saturday.—At the Baralabs State coal mine on Thursday the manager (Mr. Cordingley) put a newcomer to work in the pit. The president of the Baralaba ...

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  50. ADJOINING SHOPS ENTERED.

    Thieves visited adjoining premises at 206 and 207 Canterbury road, Canterbury, on Saturday night. Yesterday morning it was found that the back window of Pritchard's ...

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  53. REMANDED ON FORGERY CHARGE

    At the Brunswick Court of Petty Sessions on Friday, before Messrs. Atyeo (chairman). Downs and Phillps. J.P.'s. Frederick [?] Edwards, canvaseer, aged 47 years. was charged wit having forged ...

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