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  3. NE TEMERE.

    The Roman Catholic view of the Ne Teme[?] decree and marriage was expounded yesterday from a platform in the Domain boy Roy Father Wogan ...

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  4. CLYDE INQUIRY.

    As a result of a public outcry during the week-end against the Government's appointment of Mr. A.Borchard to investigate the affairs of the ...

    Article : 317 words
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  7. SOLD HIS BIRTHRIGHT.

    A few years ago Lord Edward Fitzgerald married May Ethelridge, an actress, simultaneously selling for a small sum his roversionary rights in ...

    Article : 162 words
  8. A CLERGYMAN BARRED.

    A foreign minister of religion named Rev. M. Ormuz, who came by the steamer Ventura last week, has not been allowed to land in Sydney owing ...

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  9. Tasmanian Elections.

    The Tasmanian elections were held on Saturday, but the counting, which is the preferential system, is only in the preliminary stages. The Labor ...

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  10. IRISH TURMOIL.

    Six incendiary fires occurred in Belfast at the week end. It is reported that the Republicans are preparing a hospital prior to attacking Derry. ...

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  11. FOOLISH FISHERMEN.

    A Taree message states while attempting to cross the coastal bar in a small fishing [?] at Forster on Saturday afternoon, two men were ...

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  12. ARCHBISHOP CERRETTI.

    A Rome message announces the probable recall of Archbishop Cerrettipapal nuncio, in Paris, owing to the declaration against the Pope by the ...

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  13. THE PASSING OF THE CADETS.

    SYDNEY. Monday.—A deputation to-day asked Mr. Bruntnell the Minister for Education, that the Boy Scout Movement replace the Junior ...

    Article : 90 words
  14. Coals to Newcastle.

    The steamer Biloela arrived in Newcastle on Friday with 5000 tons of coal from Westport, New Zealand. Mr. Baddeley president of the ...

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  15. DOUBLE TRAGEDY.

    A double harbor tragedy occurred yesterday, when Robert McCready and his nephew Blair McCready, were drowned. The boy Blair McCready, ...

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  16. THE MISSING BARQUE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A Wireless message to the naval authorities was received to-day from the H.M.A.S. Sydney stating that she had reached ...

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  17. A Mysterious Italian.

    Strict secrecy is being maintained regarding an Italian aboard the Aki Maru which arrived in Sydney to-day from Japan. It is stated that he will ...

    Article : 73 words
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  19. WHEAT SHORTAGE.

    LONDON, June 11.—The Foodstuffs Division, Department of Commerce, has issued a statement that they fear a shortage of wheat, which will ...

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  20. Hazards School Tragedy.

    At the Criminal Court today, Harold Edwards, 30 a horse trainer, was charged with [?]nanstaughter. [?] The case arose out of a disturbance ...

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  21. Judgeship for Mr. Bavin.

    Owing to the continued illness of Justice Pring, there is every likelihood that the Government will proceed to fill the vacant judgeship. It ...

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  23. PERSONAL.

    Mr. William Griffin, a well known resident of Marengo for many years, was admitted to the Sacred Heart Hospital on Saturday in a serious ...

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  24. Butter Must be Pure.

    In order to maintain a high standard of exports the Ministry for Agriculture announces that it will con[?]iscate all butter containing more than ...

    Article : 37 words
  25. Wage Losses.

    Official figures show that in the last fourteen years, workers in N.S.W. have lost over £7,000,000 in wages through strikes of which £5,000,000 ...

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  26. A.L.P. Conference.

    At a further session yesterday of the A.L.P. Conference it was decided after a long discussion to request all States to call an inter-State ...

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  27. IS LENIN DEAD?

    Moscow reports declare that Lenin is dead, but the Soviet mission has no[?] been notified. Nevertheless, it is generally accepted that Lenin's condition ...

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  28. TENNIS TOURNAMENT.

    The tennis tournament under the suspices of Burrangong Tennis Club promises of provide the public an opportunity of witnessing some very ...

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  29. A NEW PROFESSOR.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Professor Arthur Lindsay Sadler, who is to succeed the late Professor Murdoch in the chair of Oriental studies at the ...

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  30. A THIEF'S "TURN UP."

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—An audacious assault and robbery was committed at St. Kilda last night, when Sam Allen, a well known bookmaker, ...

    Article : 112 words
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