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  2. THE RUHR.

    What a muddle it all is! France and Germany are both anxious to settle, but are too proud to say so. Belgium is sorry that she ever entered the Ruhr, but she cannot get ...

    Article : 1,466 words
  3. DAVIS CUP MATCHES. Play in Doubles.

    In the Davis Cup doubles between Australia and Japan J. O. Anderson and J. B. Hawkes beat Z. Shimiz[?] and S. Kashio in three straight sets—6-1, 6-2, 6-2. The contest lasted 41 minutes. ...

    Article : 46 words
  4. GERMANY.

    The Chancellor (Dr. Cuno) has tendered his resignation to President Ebert, but the President has refused to accept it. Dr. Cuno and other Ministers visited the ...

    Article : 518 words
  5. FEDERAL SESSION.

    After a sitting' extending from 11 o'clock on Friday morning until shortly after noon today, the general estimates for the present financial year were passed. The time ...

    Article : 1,593 words
  6. BRITAIN'S REPLY TO ALLIES. Priority Claims Disputed.

    The reply of the British Government to the memorandum of the French Ministry answering the British Note of July 20, relating to Allied policy towards Germany and the attitude of France in the Ruhr, has been handed to the French ...

    Article : 60 words
  7. DETAILS OF PLAY.

    In the first set, Anderson serving, the Australians played with shrewdness, Anderson playing his service hard. Hawkes and Anderson both lobbed to Kashio over ...

    Article : 697 words
  8. TERMS OF THE NOTE.

    The reply commences by expressing the sincere disappointment caused to the Government by the replies received from the [?]rench and Belgia[?] Ministries to the ...

    Article : 4,231 words
  9. THE EXHIBITION

    It is understood that the leading British caterers are not tendering in connection with the Empire Exhibition, because the conditions restrict tenderers to Empire products. ...

    Article : 105 words
  10. LATE MR. HARDING.

    A message from Marion, Ohio, states that Mr. Harding's body arrived there shortly after noon, the train having been delayed several hours on account of the dense crowd ...

    Article : 161 words
  11. STORY OF THE PLAY.

    In the doubles the Australians opened excellently, quickly adapting themselves to the conditions. Anderson commenced serving, and won to love, principally through good tossing ...

    Article : 1,492 words
  12. CHANNEL SWIM.

    Tiraboschi, an Argentinian, swam from Calais to Dover in l8½ hours. ...

    Article : 16 words
  13. ISMET PASHA'S RETURN.

    News from Constantinople states that a specially decorated train went to Chata[?]ja to meet Ismet Pasha (Turkish Foreign Minister), returning from Lausanne. The train ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. EXHIBITION MATCH.

    R. E. Schlesinger and I. D. M'Innes (Australia), playing dazzling and fau[?]tless tennis, beat W. T. T[?]den and W. T. Hayes, 3-6, 6-3, 8-6, in a three-set match. M'Innes was ...

    Article : 50 words
  15. THE NEW PRESIDENT.

    President Coolidge returned to the capital to-day actually to take over the affairs of State. The new Executive is faced by numerous problems which President Harding left ...

    Article : 108 words
  16. EMPIRE TRADE.

    In a memorandum on the proposals for discussion, at the Imperial Economic Conference, prepared at the request of the Prime Minister (General Smuts), the Federated ...

    Article : 219 words
  17. SPORT ABROAD.

    Yorkshire, 311, beat L[?]cester, 129 and 108, Rhodes taking four wickets for 46 runs and four for 30; R. Kilner took four for 34 and three for 35. Yorkshire is now assured of ...

    Article : 243 words
  18. IRISH FREE STATE.

    A Dublin message states that already 316 candidates have been nominated for 153 eats in the Da[?]l. The Government party has 101 candidates, Republican 61, Farmers' 57. ...

    Article : 138 words
  19. CHINESE BANDITS.

    A report from Peking states that foreign diplomats presented to the Chinese Foreign Office a Note stipulating damages and guarantees covering the bandits' outrage on the ...

    Article : 84 words
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