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  4. HONORING A POLICE OFFICER.

    There was a very representative [?] [?]ring last night at the public meeting held to inaugurate the movement for a presentation to Sergeant ...

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  5. SPORTING

    Our Sydney correspondent telegraphs that Pershore has been scratched for the Club Handicap at Rosehill. ...

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  6. REPARATIONS ALLIES WILL NOT BE BLUFFED.

    The Paris Reparations Commission has noti[?]ed Germany that contrary to the Berlin calculations, the balance which Germany will owe before ...

    Article : 238 words
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  8. The Milk Crisis.

    Mr. Harnett, on behalf of the Crown, made an application to the Profiteering Court to-day regarding milk prices. The application was ...

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  9. BINALONG JOCKEY CLUB.

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  10. PRESS AND POLICE.

    The unemployed, before marching the streets, held a mass meeting at the Trades Hall, which was attended by about 500. As soon as the ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. Ultimatum to Germany.

    Mr. Lloyd George, speaking in the House of Commons, announced the ultimatum to Germany. He said that the Allies were ...

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  12. SICKNESS DUE TO WORK.

    A problem involving the policy of the Young Municipal Council as an employer of labor was put before the council on Thursday night. The ...

    Article : 275 words
  13. SHIRE'S INCREASED POWERS.

    The Demondrille Shire Council at its last meeting resolved to put its powers under the new act to the [?] in the matter of acquiring a ...

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  14. WAVE OF THIEVING.

    Last night the police visited a house at Forest Lodge and seized goods valued at £2000. The goods comprised chiefly women's footwear, ...

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  15. 80 PER CENT PROFIT.

    A Manly shopkeeper appeared at the Profiteering Court to-day, charged with selling biscuits at an excessive profit. ...

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  16. BREACH OF PROMISE.

    Mr. Justice Rich to-day awarded £350 damages and costs to Lena Taylor against David Cousins, a returned soldier, of Marrickville, Sydney, for ...

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  17. PERSONAL.

    Mr. M'Tiernan, (Attorney-General) is on a visit to Temora and West Wyalong districts. The well known western jockey. ...

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  18. SYDNEY-MARKETS.

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  19. WRIT FOR £5000.

    A firm of solicitors, acting on behalf of A. Macauley, solicitor, of Manly, issued a writ for £5000 damages in respect to an alleged ...

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  20. THE WEATHER

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  23. 8/ PER BUSHEL.

    At a meeting of farmers, Mr. Killen President of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, stated that he had received information which he ...

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  24. IRELAND. Problems of Government.

    Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr. Lloyd George said the Government was perfectly willing to give facilities to elected Irish ...

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  25. POPULAR POP ON WEDNESDAY.

    A bright attractive programme will be presented at a popular pop at the Epworth Hall on Wednesday night. This is the first of a series of ...

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  26. ATTACKS ON CROWN FORCES

    In view of recent attacks on the Crown forces in Dublin and in pursuance of the warning given the nine o'clock curfew will be imposed in ...

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  27. ANOTHER ROYAL COMMISSION.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. Justice Wade has been appointed Royal Commissioner to inquire into the cost of generating electric current under the ...

    Article : 35 words
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