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  2. DUBLIN QUIETER. Insurrection Nearly Crushed.

    The Irish insurrection so far as Dublin is concerned shows signs of having been crushed. The damage amounts to several millions. Some of the banks and principal business places have ...

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  3. LATE CABLE NEWS DUBLIN CASUALTIES.

    The Irish rebel, Brugha, who was shot before be was arrested, is dead. The known casualties in Dublin total 72 dead. ...

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  4. MARTIN-PLACE. EXTENSION PROPOSAL.

    A representative deputation waited on the Savings Bank Commissioners in regard to the proposed extension of Martin-place yesterday morning, and were assured that the ...

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  5. HAGUE CONFERENCE.

    A message from the Hague says that M. Hokolokoff (Soviet Finance Minister), addressing a gathering of journalist, launched a fiery attack on a certain delegation, which, ...

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  6. SUGAR INDUSTRY. QUESTION OF CONTROL.

    In the course of an interview, Mr. F. W. Eggleston, M.L.A., of Victoria, said he thought that Queenslanders were wrong in imputing hostility on the part of Victorians to the ...

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  7. POISONOUS FUMES.

    Owing to the escape of fumes from the coke ovens, 50 or 60 of the employees of Joyce and Co., Ltd., biscuit manufacturers, of Lyon-road, Camperdown, collapsed with dramatic ...

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  8. UPHEAVAL.

    The allegations of malpractices, in the Labour movement in New South Wales made by Mr. Catts, M.P., in the House of Representatives on Thursday, caused a sensation ...

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  9. TRAIN ON FIRE.

    [?] hundred passengers were overcome, and many trampled on, during a panic in a subway following the explosion of a fuse, which set fire to a train. ...

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  10. DIAMOND SCULLS.

    The American sculler Hoover beat the Queenslander, Arthur Baynes, easily in his heat for the Diamond Sculls. Beresford beat Blyth easily in 10m 23s. ...

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  11. STATE ESTIMATES.

    The State Estimates were submitted to the Cabinet yesterday by the Treasurer, and after a discussion referred back to the respective departments for revision. It is understood ...

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  12. SPORT ABROAD.

    Beresford beat Gollari by three lengths in 9m 32s in the second heat for the Diamond Sculls. Arthur Baynes, the Australian amateur ...

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  13. A REDUCED OUTPUT.

    Seven thousand tons of raw sugar less than previously estimated are likely to be produced in Queensland this season. The general superintendent of the sugar ...

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  14. CASUALTIES. FELL FROM LADDER.

    James Lane, 28, an electrician, residing at Mt. Vernon-street, Glebe, was working on a ladder leaning against a telegraph pole at McMahon'a Point, yesterday morning, when ...

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  15. LAWN TENNIS.

    At Wimbledon this afternoon Patterson concluded his match with Campbell, winning the fourth set 6-1. Resuming the fourth set, which stood one ...

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  16. McGARVIE SMITH VACCINE.

    Replying to a question in the Senate, the Minister far Agriculture stated that numerous tests made of the McGarvie Smith vaccine, which had been carried out, proved that ...

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  17. GIRL POISONED.

    Kathleen Killgowan, 18, was taken to Sydney Hospital in a state of collapse by the Eastern Suburbs Ambulance at an early hour yesterday morning. It appears that the girl ...

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  18. MAN'S DEATH.

    David King, who resided at the Rothbury Estate, near Singleton, was found dead by his wife near his home yesterday afternoon. It appears that he had been engaged in ...

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  19. FELL OFF WAGGON.

    John Elias, 28, of Edinburgh-road, Marrickville, was driving a milk waggon across Railway-square yesterday afternoon, when he slipped and fell, one of the wheels passing ...

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  20. MAN SLIPS ON PAVEMENT.

    White walking along Bathurst-street, near George-street, last night, George Reid, 34, a horse-trainer, slipped and fell heavily to the pavement. The Civil Ambulance conveyed ...

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  21. U.S.A. EXPENDITURE.

    A message from Washington states that in art impressive speech to an overflowing Chamber Senator Borah warned Congress that pending legislation tended to ever greater ...

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  22. CRUSHED BY FALL OF STONE.

    Severe injuries, from which he died, were sustained by James Clunes, aged 35 years, a labourer, while working on the construction of a cliffside path near the Bogey Hole ...

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  23. OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM.

    Sir,—It gave me considerable pleasure to read Dr. Prescott's letter in to-day's "Herald," as it showed that my labour has not been in vain. I believe he is a convert to my ...

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  24. MILLIONS CLUB LUNCHEON.

    Sir Henry Braddon, M.L.C., presided over a large attendance at a Millions Club luncheon in Farmer's yesterday, when speeches were made for and against the proposals of the ...

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  25. BRITAIN'S AIR SERVICES.

    Mr. Lloyd George stated in the House of dominons, in reply to a question, that the Air Committee had completed its inquiry, and had reported to the imperial Defence ...

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  26. CANADA AND U.S.A.

    A message from Washington states that the Premier of Canada, Mr. Mackenzie King, has arranged a meeting with the Secretary of State, Mr. Hughes, for the 12th inst, at which ...

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  27. FALL FROM SCAFFOLDING.

    While working on a scatlotding at the new buller factory yesterday afternoon, Henry Shaw slipped and fell ten feet on to a concrete floor. He was removed to the hospital, ...

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  28. WOODEN STEAMERS.

    Papers relating to the appointment of Sir Mink Sheldon as arbitrator in the claims made between the Commonwealth and Messrs. Kidman and Mayoh, in respect to the contract ...

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  29. MARCONI HONOURED.

    Signor Marconi has received the Jolin Fritz medal, the highest honour American engineers can bestow. Speakers, eulogising the inventor, said that within a few years wireless will ...

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  30. NORTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. G. J. Miles, M.L.C., (Western Australia), has proceeded to America and Canada to en[?]e into the settlement systems, partucularly on the Canadian-Pacific Railway. ...

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  31. GUARDING INDUSTRIES.

    In consequence of the Cabinet presposing to enforce the Safeguarding of Industries Act by putting a duty of 33½ per cent. upon fabric gloves, the Lancashire cotton spinners and ...

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  32. GEORGE-STREET ARREST.

    While on street duty in George-street late last night Constable Jolly heard the sound of glass being broken. He made an investigation, and later noticed two men [?]mp ...

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  33. ANTI-DUMPING.

    Explanations of the anti-dumping provisions of the Customs tariff (Industries Preservation Act, 1921) have been compiled and issued by the Minister for Trade and Customs, Mr. ...

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  34. BICKFORD DIVORCE CASE.

    Practically the whole time of Mr. Justice Poole and the jury in the Divorce Court to-day was occupied with the cross examination by Mr. F. V. Smith, K.C., of Harold Bickford, ...

    Article : 277 words
  35. DEFENCE VOTE.

    Owing to the publication in Sydney of a statement by the Minister for Defence (Mr. Massy Greene) regarding economies in the Defense Department, a controversy has arisen as ...

    Article : 152 words
  36. TOWN HALL MEETING.

    For two hours last night a sparsely-attended "monster citizens' meeting" listened to the addresses of several prominent advocates of the extension. The meeting was ...

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  37. WAGE REDUCTIONS.

    A message from Washington states that the Labour Department has announced that 1,228,000 men are on strike against wage reelections. The coal miners on strike total ...

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  38. THE QUEST SAILS FOR HOME.

    The Quest, the vessel in which the late Sir Ernest Shackleton Set out for the Antarctic regions, sailed this morning for Simonstown, and after paying respects to the Admiral will ...

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  39. MAJOR BLAKE'S FLIGHT.

    A report from Athens says that Major Blake, who is flying round the world, left for Egypt to-day. ...

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  40. PASSENGERS BY MAKURA

    A solar eclipse party, consisting of Professor Chant and Dr. Young, arrived by the Makura, and are making a short stay in New Zealand before going to Perth, via Sydney, ...

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  41. CHINA'S CIVIL WAR.

    A message from Canton States that Chen Chung Ming asked Dr. Sun Yat Sen, as the head of the delegation of the eight southern provinces, to discuss his rights at Peking. ...

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  42. RACE MEETINGS.

    The possible extension of the number of racing days as the result of representations to the Chief Secretary (Mr. Oakes) by racing bodies was the subject of a protest by ...

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  43. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The exhibition of Princess Mary's Wedding presents realised £8274. The Princess has allocated £4000 for Enham Village Centre for Disabled Soldiers, £4000 for the Girl Guides ...

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  44. SUPERVISION OF WINE BARS.

    Referring to the decision of the Minister for Justice (Mr. T. J. Ley) to take steps to tighten up the supervision of wine bars, the secretary of the New South Wales Wine Association ...

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  45. FEDERAL TAXATION.

    Official of the Federal Treasury deny that a more rigid procedure has been adopted of compelling taxpayers to pay promptly before J[?] 30. ...

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  46. NAMING OF STREETS.

    At a meeting of the municipal council held this week, by a majority of one it was decided to apply to the Minister for Local Government to permit an alteration in the ...

    Article : 91 words
  47. ILLINOIS TRAGEDY.

    A message from Chicago says the Attorney-General has received an anonymous letter from Herrin giving what is purported to be the names of the ringleaders of the recent ...

    Article : 90 words
  48. MELBOURNE SINGER.

    Talent, ambition, and perseverance have gained for Miss Wilma Berkley, the young Melbourne singer, the distribution of being chosen by Dame Nellie Melba to go to ...

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