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  2. Advertising

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  4. CABLE NEWS

    LONDON. June 14.—Mr. Shortt, speaking in the House of Commons, in referring to the True cuse, said that in instituting a medical inquiry. ...

    Article : 94 words
  5. KAVAK MASSACRES.

    The Patriach of Constantinople has sent a message to the British Government denouncing the recent massacres of Christian women and children. ...

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  7. IRELAND

    Two kinema theatres in Falls Road were extensivel damaged by fire caused by incendiary bombs, whereof six did not explode. It was found when ...

    Article : 191 words
  8. N.S.W. PARLIAMENT.

    The State Parliament will assemble on June 28th. The drafting of the Gove[?]nor's speech has been Completed, and ...

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  9. PASTORAL INDUSTRY.

    It appens that the Graziers will have little difficulty in obtaining shearers at the thirty five shilling per 100 rate. ...

    Article : 94 words
  10. Climbing Mt. Everest.

    LAHORE, June 13.—The Mount Everest expedition has reached an altitude of 26,800 feet, and is now within 2200 feet of the summit. This ...

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  11. A CAB SENSATION.

    A Rockhamption message states that Patrick McAllister, 33, a laborer, arrived there by the western mail this morning, and engaged a cabman ...

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  12. BUS AND TRAM.

    A motor [?] running between The Spit Junction and Musgrave Street, Mosman, skidded on the tram line in Military Road this ...

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  13. Five Years.

    The All-Russian Central Executive has issued a new degreem abblishing capital punishment, except in the districts under martial law. Five years ...

    Article : 38 words
  14. Frozen Meat.

    The War office has informed Mr Ed. mund Jowett. M.H.R. that a contract for frozen beef supplies for all the troops in England, has been given to ...

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  15. Labor Rights.

    Mr. Samuel Gompers, in an address before the Federation of Labor Convention said that organised Labor was in no mood to have its ...

    Article : 95 words
  16. Immigrants for Australia.

    Colonel Amery, speaking at the emigration meeting to-day announced that the Government was negotiating with the Commonwealth for a joint ...

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  17. Mdlle. Lenglen.

    Mile Lenglen, when interviewed, said: "I-want to play at Wimbledon, in order to mect Mrs Mallory. It the doctors nermit, I shall. ...

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  18. FIRST SINOE THE WAR.

    The first steamer of the GermanAustralian line to leave for Australin since the war is due to depart from Hamburg in a few days. ...

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  20. Bribbaree Gold Find.

    Operations have commenced to test the Bribbares gold find, and several prospecting claims are now working. The True Blue syndicate was ...

    Article : 43 words
  21. SPORTING

    Following are the latest scratchings for Canterbury Park races: Flying Handlcap: Bloonbah, Hurdles: Blue. Maiden. Handicap: Felix ...

    Article : 37 words
  22. WIRELESS TELEPHONE.

    The first wireless telephone broadcasting service in South Africa is to be instituted to-night by the "Cape Argus," under a temporary ...

    Article : 37 words
  23. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Kirkwood partners Holland in the qualifying rounds of the open golf championship, and James Sharp the Victorian, partners Vardon. There ...

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  24. Family Notices

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  26. NEXT WEDNESDAY'S TROTS.

    Horseowners are reminded that entides for Young Trotting Club's meeting next Wednesday on Young Show groun, close with the secretary Mr ...

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  27. Cootamundra Races.

    [?] [?] are the results of the Cootamurdra Turf Club races, which commenced yesterday (Wednesday): ...

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  28. IMMIGRATION.

    Sir James Mitchell and Lady Mitchell left to-day on a visit to Amiens battlefields, joining the Morea at Marseilles. Sir James when ...

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  29. Trade With Germany.

    The City Couucil has decided to take no action regarding the resumption of Australiab trade with Germany. ...

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  30. MR GEORGE SLATER CAMPOELL DEAD

    The death occurred yesterday at Hunter's Hill, of Mr George Slater Campbell, aged 70 years. Deceased was a prominest figure in the pastoral and ...

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  31. Australia's First Aeroplane.

    The first ad[?]lane to be made in Australia will be launched at Mascot aerodrome on Friday afternoon. It is No. 1 of six standard Avro ...

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  32. Fallen Stars.

    "Fatty" Arbuckle's fortune is said to have gone in planning his appeal. Mr Hayes, Well-known in the film world, will allow him to return to the ...

    Article : 90 words
  33. MR J. W. PERRY DEAD.

    The death occurred yesterday at his residence, Smitherfield, of Mr J. W. Perry, one of the best known men in stock and station circles, aged 57. ...

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  34. THREE GENERTIONS IN HOSPITAL TOGETHER.

    There are there generations of one family in the Burrangong Hospital yesterday, vlz, Mrs W. Hall, aged 80 years, of (Marengo; her son, Mr J. G. ...

    Article : 77 words
  35. Hague Conference.

    The French Cabinet has decided to be represented at the Hague conferonce, but will give Parliament an opportunity to express an opinion before ...

    Article : 41 words
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