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  4. BRITISH WORKERS.

    After two years' investigation of the subject, the Unionist Committee on Industrial Unrest has presented its report. The Committee recommends, Inter alls, the ...

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  5. HOT FIGHTING.

    The attack made by the Albanian in[?]gests was a hold one, and among those was Colonel Thomson, commanding the G[?]mert troops. ...

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  6. THE TRUSTS.

    CAMBRIDGE (MASS.), Monday Evening. Ex-President Tait, in an address delivered at Harvard University, attacked the trade unions for their efforts to exempt themselves from ...

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  7. HARBOR COLLISION.

    The body of William James Groves, a leading stoker on Submarine AE 1. who was drowned at the entrance to Sydney Cove last Tuesday as a result of the pinnace in which he was ...

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  8. BIG TENNIS.

    The English Lown Tennis Association has chosen its team to meet Belgium in the preliminary round of the Davis Cup Competition at Folkestone on July 7, 8, and 9, ...

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  10. PRESIDENT DETERMINED.

    President Wilton intends to carry his antitrust programme through, despite the strong efforts which he declares certain Interests are making to bring his administration into ...

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  11. HOME RULE BILL.

    Lord Cr[?] to-day that the [?] Ho[?] Rule Bill had [?] The Amending Hill world [?] ...

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  12. MEXICO'S CHIEF.

    The Mexican peace delegates have suggested five named from which to select the Provisional President of Mexico. The United States Government is ins[?]ing ...

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  13. ARE YOU ON THE ROLL?

    The chief matter of concern to the elector, so far as the coming Federal elections are concerned, is at this stage whether he or she in enrolled on the Federal electoral roll. ...

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  14. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    Another huge score was made to-day by [?] in the English cricket championship competition, and it was F. A. Tarrant, the one-time Victorian, and J. W. Hearne, who ...

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  15. JUST IN TIME.

    The number of bomb outrages by suffragettes would probably have been increased but for the timely discovery to-day of a woman with an internal machine in her possession. ...

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  16. PRIDE OF PLACE.

    Rear-Admiral Reginald It. Bacon, who was the principal designer of the first British submarine, writes to the papers, recommending the public to await confidently the Admiralty's ...

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  17. FRUIT GROWING.

    The Interstate Commission on Tarff [?]gation, sitting at Parliament House, commenced on the fruit section of the programme, with Mr. Charles C. Tucker, a Beecroft orchardist. ...

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  18. THE HARTS OF LONDON.

    The quantify of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 2,420,000 The total quantity of wheat shipped from the Atlantic Coast during ...

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  19. HUGE ERUPTION.

    The sixth eruption since the volcano became active at the beginning of the month, after 200 years, quiescence, has occurred at Mount Lassen. The previous opening has been ...

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  20. THE PALACE INTRUDER.

    Harry Pike, the man who was found recently at night in the servants quarters at Buckingham Palace, was merely bound over, The King himself expressed a wish that he ...

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  21. FREE' PASSAGE.

    The [?] and the Imperial Family have arrived at Constanza, on the Black Sea. The meeting between the Czar and the King of R[?]nia was cordialiigg ...

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  22. MOTOR CAR TAXES.

    A meeting of the Agents-General in London has approved a proposition made by the Automobile Club to set before Mr. Lloyd George. Chancellor of the Exchequer. ...

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  23. SALVATION ARMY CONGRESS.

    Sir George Reld, High Commissioner for the Australian Commonwealth, to-day extended a welcome to the 70 Australian delegates who voyaged to London to attend the International ...

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  24. THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    An important departure has been made by the London Post Office in dealing with the English mail for New South Wales, by making up separate mail baga for certain of the most ...

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  25. SIGNED AT LAST.

    Dr. Woodrow Wilson, President of the United Sates, to-day signed the Panama Canal Bill as passed by the Senate and agreed to by the House Representatives. ...

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  26. THE WRONG NATIVES.

    Respecting an article in the "Evening News" of June 6, headed "The Wrong Natives," Mr. A. R. Job points out that the statement to the effect [?] it the French warship Kersaint ...

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  27. BANK NOTE AS MISSIONARY.

    Mr. E. J. Cato, tobacconist, of 14 Market-street, City, this morning received over the counter a one pound note on the London Bank of Australia, He scrutinised It, and found the ...

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  28. SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS.

    The motion by Mr. Cresswell (Labor) to reject the Riotous Assemblies Bill, which had kept the Union Parliament through an all-night sitting. was negatived by 12 votes to 18. ...

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  29. TO BORROW £50,000.

    The Mayor of Canterbury (Alderman Wilson) moved at Monday's meeting of the council that it was expedient, In the best interests of the municipality, to borrow £50,000 to carry out ...

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  30. ALBURY MAIL'S RECORD.

    The driver and guard of the Albury mail were proud men this morning. when their train, which is due in Sydney at 6.10, steamed into the Central Station, to the accompaniment of ...

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  31. KILLED BY LIGHTNING.

    Another adult among those struck by lightning at Wandsworth Common has succumbed to the injuries received. ...

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  32. BURROWING BOOM

    Alderman E. M. D. Spring, of Randwick, at the meeting of the Cooges improvement Association, said, in supporting the council's £80,000 loan policy, that Randwick was the largest ...

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  33. MOTOR CYCLE AND CAR SMASH

    Roy Lawrence was riding a motor cycle with a sidecar attached, when he ran into a motorcar on the Bowning-road, about five miles from Yass. Lawrence [?] with a severs ...

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  34. POLICE SUBSCRIPTION LISTS.

    The Premier has conferred with the Inspector-General of Police (Mr. C. E. Day) and Superintendent Mitchell on the matter of the alleged disobedience of some policemen in ...

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  35. BAIL SURETIES.

    F. I., Moore Park:—Ball was fixed at £300. and would be accepted from one surety for that amount, or from three sureties at £200 each, an, in the event of non-appearance, the total ...

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