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  2. THE JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

    Mr. A. Meighen (Premier of Canada) was the first speaker on the Anglo-Japanese Treaty to-day, followed by Mr. Hughes, who had not comploted his address at midday, ...

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  3. IRELAND.

    A special issue of the Irish bulletin concontains Mr. De Valera's letter in reply to Mr. Lloyd George's invitation to attend a conference in London with a view to reaching ...

    Article : 385 words
  4. STATE REVENUE.

    The revenue returns for the State for the year ended June 30 were made available by the Treasury late last night. The revenue, Government and business, amounted to ...

    Article : 352 words
  5. EX-SISTER LIGUORI.

    The profound and Widespread interest in the case in which the young woman Bridget Mary Partridge, formerly known as Sister Liguori, is claiming £5,000 damages from Joseph Wilfred Dwyer, Bishop of Wagga, was reflected yesterday. No. 3 Jury Court, in which the case was opened, was crowded, and the scenes ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DEATH OF SIR JOHN RUSSELL FRENCH.

    The death occurred yesterday of Sir John Russell French, K.B.E., general manager of the Bank of New South Wales. Sir John Russell French had been in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Larkin. is continuing to act as manager problem of the Commonwealth [?]. ...

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  8. COAL SETTLEMENT.

    The miners' executive have circularised members of the federation, stating that they have provisionally agreed to the terms of the wages settlement. ...

    Article : 139 words
  9. ENGINEERING TRADE WAGES.

    The ballot in the engineering tmde resulted in 257,532 votes against, and 125,014 in favour of the reduction scheme. The parties are conferring on the new situation. ...

    Article : 36 words
  10. FUTURE OF VILNA.

    A message from Geneva states that the League of Nations has arranged for a conference between Poland and Lithuania on July 15 in reference to Vilna. All ...

    Article : 57 words
  11. VICTORIA'S RECORD REVENUE.

    Owing to an extraordinary increase, amounting to more than £600,000, in the receipts from income tax, the State revenue for the financial year 1920-21, which closed to-day, ...

    Article : 183 words
  12. SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON.

    Sir Ernest Shackleton will sail from England in August in the ship Quest, in the command of a small exploration party, which will investigate obscure islands in the Pacific ...

    Article : 53 words
  13. EMPIRE MIGRATION.

    The report of the Colonial Office Emigration Commission's inquiry, in which Senator Millen took part in November last, formed the subject of a special session of the ...

    Article : 590 words
  14. MISSING CANASTOTA.

    The U.S. and A. steamer Canastota is now 12 days overdue on her voyage from Sydney to Wellington, and 17 days out. Yesterday the masters of the Union Co.'s ...

    Article : 169 words
  15. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FINANCE.

    The revenue return issued to-night shows that the receipts for the year aggregated £7,110,805, which is £363,196 short of the Treasurer's estimate announced in his Budget ...

    Article : 113 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The action of the Minister for the Navy in refusing to allow a warship to search for the missing Canastota is hard to understand. It cannot be that the Navy has such ...

    Article : 175 words
  17. RURAL INDUSTRIES.

    Figures, which indicate a serious condition of stagnation in the production of the State since, 1914, despite the expenditure of £18,000,000 in railway construction, have been ...

    Article : 476 words
  18. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—To all those who have heart-burnings and anxiety owing to the ship, Canastota not being reported or discovered afloat I would offer a few words of cheer and comfort. Many ...

    Article : 187 words
  19. MR. H. H. MASSIE'S TRIBUTE.

    "The death of Sir John Russell French," said Mr. H. H. Massie, general manager of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, last night, "removes a very great and valued ...

    Article : 105 words
  20. SIR DENISON MILLER'S APPRECIATION.

    Sir Denison Miller, governor of the Commonwealth Bank, in referring to the death of Sir John Russell French last night, said "He was a man who could ill be spared from the ...

    Article : 329 words
  21. THE WRECKS.

    All hope of there being any more survivors from the wrecked steamers Fitzroy and Our Jack has now been abandoned. Yesterdny the search was continued north ...

    Article : 109 words
  22. REPARATIONS.

    Australia may yet receive a share of the reparations. Germany has paid £50,000,000, the Empire's share being 22 per cent. 'It is impossible at present to calculate the sum ...

    Article : 48 words
  23. ASIA MINOR.

    Replying to a queutlon in the House of Commons, the Under-Socretary for Foreign Affairs said the position at ismid was obscure, but information received to-day was that the town ...

    Article : 77 words
  24. THE NEW ARMY.

    Speaking at a dinner of First Divisional officers of the Australian militiry forces at the Burlington Ca[?]e last night, Major-General Brand said that the Australian army was being ...

    Article : 201 words
  25. NEW HEBRIDES.

    The New Hebrides question is coming, within the scope of practical politics. General expressions of opinion favour a change from the condominium system. Mr. Massey says the ...

    Article : 86 words
  26. MARANOA BY-ELECTION.

    Nominations for the Maranoa vacancy caused, by the death of Mr. Page closed today. Two were received, these being Mr. J. A. J. Hunter, public accountant, Dalby, and ...

    Article : 62 words
  27. PROHIBITION.

    About three weeks ago the New South Wales Labour Council carried [?] motion adopting the principle of prohibition. Last night, however, it reversed that ...

    Article : 108 words
  28. CASUALTIES.

    About midday on Wednesday Mrs. Mary Curran, 44, of Eveleigh-street, Redfern, fell into the water from the Bay-street Wharf, Lane Cove River. Two boys who were playing on the ...

    Article : 70 words
  29. STOLEN PICTURE.

    A messagee from Rome states that an altarpiece by Booticelli was stolen from the Church of Saint Felice in Florence, but was recovered in a sensational manner. ...

    Article : 113 words
  30. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The Government gave further consideintion yesterday to the unemployed problem. The Acting, Premier (Mr. Dooley) subsequently stated that several schemes were ...

    Article : 134 words
  31. BANKERS AND BAWRA.

    Australasian bankers, interviewed by a representative of the Australian Press Association in reference to Sit John Higgins's criticisms of their attitude in regard to the ...

    Article : 159 words
  32. SEAMAN INJURED.

    Cecil Thompson, aged 19 years, a seaman on H. M.A.S Brisbane, fell from a gate in Craneplace yesterday evening The Civil Ambulance conveyed him to St Vincent b Hospital, ...

    Article : 47 words
  33. CITIZENS' ROLLS.

    Yesterday was the last opportunity for lodging objections to names included in the provisional citizens' roll compiled by the police, on which the next City Council ...

    Article : 88 words
  34. GOLF IN FRANCE.

    The first and second rounds of the French championship tournament at Le Touquct resulled as follows:— Boomer, 1st round 71, 2nd lound 72, total ...

    Article : 65 words
  35. FATAL RIDING ACCIDENT.

    The Coroner, Mr. W. T. Gilchrist, held an inquiry regarding the death of Reginald Reardon, aged 17 years, who was killed Whilst riding a horse on Geeron ...

    Article : 63 words
  36. OSWALD WATT MEMORIAL.

    The Imperial Service Club decided at a special general meeting last night to erect in its now promises in O'Connell-street, a memorial to the late Lieur-Colonel Oswald Watt, ...

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