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  3. Very Latest Cables (Australian Cable Association Messages) THE MEXICO EARTHQUAKE.

    The Mexico earthquake overwhelmed seven towns and there were many additional deaths. ...

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  6. 250 WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS.

    The Natatua has arrived from England with no cargo, the only freight being about 250 wives and sweethearts on their way to join their ...

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  7. HONORS FOR STATESMEN.

    The King has awarded Mr. Asquith and Mr. Lloyd George with the 1914 Star, the British War Medal, and the Victory Medal. ...

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  8. CONGESTED BRITISH PORTS.

    The Meamor Ceramic has been ordered to resume her voyage, and it is hoped may be berthed in London on Tuesday. She has been burning at ...

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  9. Soldiers in Conference.

    The western branch of the Returned Soldiers' and Sailors' League, held a conference in the Orange club room on Saturday. There was an excellent ...

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  10. BOLSHEVIKS REVOLTING CRUELTY.

    Josephine Inino Jones, who was living at Kharkoff until Denikln rescuted him, tells a horrible narrative of the Bolshevik outrages on the ...

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  11. DO THE COMMISSIONERS KNOW?

    Speaking with some warmth, and engendering a similar feeling throughout the whole gathering by his remarks, Mr. Watson (delegate from ...

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  12. TREATY AN ELECTION ISSUE.

    Mr. Taft has opposed President Wilson's idea in making the treaty a campaign issue, and says that if submitted at the election fourteen ...

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  13. POST OFFICE RAIDED.

    Masked men have raided the Camberwell New Roaf post office. At closing time two men held revolvers at the heads of the postmistress and ...

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  14. TROUBLOUS IRELAND.

    The Irish Government have dismissed Sir Jos. Byrne, inspector of constabulary. Workers In Dublin refuse to carry petrol for the ...

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  15. THE FIUME AGREEMENT.

    It Is understood that a substantiala agreement regarding Fljme has been made between England and Italy. ...

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  16. STATE ELECTIONS

    Lieut. Wright, who was defeated for the Werriwa Federal celebrate, has consentedl to nominations as a Progressive, to contest the Cootamundra ...

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  17. MR. WEBSTER'S REGRETS.

    The ex-Postmaster General, Mr. W. Webster referring to his defeat, said to-day that his main regret is that he is unable to see his Job of re-forming ...

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  18. THE FEDERAL [?]UNT.

    The latest county for the Senate 1s: —Hussell 191,933. Harker 164,842, Paterson 134,833. It is more than probable that Senator Russell will be ...

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  19. STOLEN SILK RECOVERED.

    Following on a conversation overheard at a house at Clifton Hill last night, the detectives solved £200 worth of silk which in believed to be ...

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  20. PIGS IN DEMAND.

    There is great competition for pigs In this district, and a line of 15 changed hands yesterday for an avera[?] of £5/3. ...

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