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  6. CAN AUSTRALIANS BEAT THE CLOCK AND ENGLAND?

    AFTER THE FEAST provided by the Australians on Saturday, came very plain fare to-day. Not that the Australians did not keep the pot boiling, bat Charlie Macartney, the chef de cuisine, was not there, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. BRITISH COAL DEADLOCK

    RESOLUTIONS rejecting the conlowners' latest proposals, and asking permission from the National Federation to withdraw ...

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  8. 6½ HOURS LEFT AT LEEDS

    IT IS ALMOST certain that England will have to follow in at Leeds. The match will then resolve itself into ...

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  9. AGREEMENT SIGNED

    IT IS OFFICIALLY announced that the Anglo-French debt agreement has been signed. M. CAILLAUX, French Minister for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. SELLING TOWN HALL GATES

    They haw often been sold before, but this time the wonders will wait to give delivery. Divided into three lots, three gates and the fencing brought £123 at this morning's auction. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. DETAILS OF PLAY

    A detailed description of play in the third Test will to found on page 8. ...

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  12. "MINERS' STRONG TAIL FOR TEST"

    THE MINERS' STRIKE is [?] or less hidden beneath the as[?] of England's Test collapar. The only reference to it to-day ...

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  13. "BRITAIN CENTURY BEHIND TIMES"

    "If what I have just heard in that paper, doling with the handling of meat, is typical of the provincial English city, than Britain ...

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  14. OWES £500,000

    PROOF OF DEBTS amounting to nearly £500,000, including £213,000 an tared by one creditor alons, was given against Baron ...

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  15. OVERSEAS BOXING

    TOMMY MILLIGAN, of Hamilton beat George West, of London for the middle-weight championship of Britain, at Holland Park, to-night ...

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  16. ADMIRING THEIR PURCHASES

    Messrs. Hare and Leo, on the left, bought one let. They stated that they intended to sell them again. Mr. C. T. Plumb, on the right, purchased two lots on behalf of St. Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. KNOWLEDGE THIRST

    The [?]now £1,000 Un [?]erstly Statements in Britain, or double [?] before the war. A [?] of them are [?] ...

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  19. "FOR WHAT WE ARE ABOUT TO RECEIVE"

    THE Mohammedan crow, of 29 seamen, abandoned the [?] ish freighter, City of Newcastle at the dock to-day, and established [?] ...

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  20. FELL FROM FOOTBOARD

    Harbert C. Tindale, [?] tram conductor, of Nobs-street, Moore [?] was admitted to the Royal South Sydney Hospital last night, suffering from ...

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  21. CRICKETER'S MOTHER

    Mrs. Levson-Gower, mother of the famous crieter, died to-day. She was 88 years of age.-Router. ...

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  23. A MOTION PICTURE CONFERENCE

    The second sales [?] of Motre-Gold[?]-Mayor films is being hold at the Hotel Carlton. In the front rew are (Lift to right) (Meews. W. J. Kir[?]p, directer of publicity D. Lake, special representation N. R. Freeman, managing director T. E. Forgnoon, nnarratory and transurer, and F. T. Powis, art directer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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