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  2. MARANOA.

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  3. LATE CABLE NEWS

    A message from Johannesburg states that the trades unions' acceptance of the Chamber of Mines' proposal will be reviewed by a conference to discuss the automatic ...

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  4. DEATH OF MR. T. J. RYAN, M.P.

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  5. UPPER SILESIA.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says the Anglo-French compromise on the Silesian deadlock is welcomed. France admits the cordiality of the British Note. ...

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  6. THE CONSTITUTION.

    By refusing certificates under which issues in the engineers' case would have been referred on appeal to the Privy Council, the High Court of Australia ...

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  7. MEAT.

    The master retail butchers assort that they are unable to carry on their businesses at a profit under the prices of meat fixed by the Profiteering Prevention Court. ...

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  8. DISSOLUTION.

    Following upon the defeat of the Lawson Ministry in the State Parliament by a combination of the Labour and Country parties on a want of confidence motion in ...

    Article : 160 words
  9. BOTANY RAILWAY.

    The Minister for Education (Mr. Mutch) was informed yesterday that a beginning would be made with the construction of a raliway line from Sydenham to Botany on ...

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  10. EMPIRE CONFERENCE

    It is currently reported that the Empire Conference is considering the proposal of Mr. Lloyd George that all the Dominion Premiers shall meet the American, Japanese, and ...

    Article : 83 words
  11. PORT PIRIE.

    A communication received fom Port Pirie states that constructional gangs have been working at high pressure during the week in order to have the D. and L. plant smelters in ...

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  12. IRISH QUESTION.

    It is understood that Mr. de Valera, the Sinn Fein president, whose negotiations with the British Government were suspended to enable him to go back to Ireland and place certain ...

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  13. STRONG LABOUR MAN.

    By the death of Mr. Thomas Joseph Ryan, M.P., which occurred in the Barcaldine (Queensland) Hospital early yesterday morning, following upon a short attack of ...

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  14. FRENCH LABOUR.

    A Lille message says the Central Confederation of Labour, by 1572 votes to 1325, decided to adhere to the Amsterdam International, rejecting the Moscow (Third) International. ...

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  15. OVERLAND JOURNEY.

    The section of the Commonwealth Public Works Committee arrived at Newcastle Waters on Saturday and took evidence from William Burkitt, station manager, who for the last ...

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  16. THE FLOODS.

    The flood waters reached here yesterday. The Barwon rose 3ft 3in in 36 hours, and is still rising. The flood is expected to reach the 1917 mark. The water is now running over the main ...

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  17. MR. RYAN'S LAST SPEECH.

    The news of Mr. Ryan's death caused a great shock here. It was known that he was attacked by pneumonia, and that on the journey from Blackall to Jericho he had been ...

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  18. BOXER'S ORDEAL.

    [?] Philips, a Sydney boxer, was counted out in the twentieth round of a fight with Wally Burke, at the Oddfellows' Hall on Friday night. Those who were at the ringside ...

    Article : 118 words
  19. DIRECT ACTION.

    Speaking at a meeting of the Social Democratic Federation, Mr. Will Thorne, M.P., denounced direct action as a means of achieving an Ideal social democracy. He said the sane ...

    Article : 75 words
  20. STRIKE IN JAPAN.

    A Tokio message says a Cabinet meeting has been called to consider the Kobe dockyard strike, which has again assumed violent features. The police drew their sabres, and, ...

    Article : 93 words
  21. THE FLEET.

    H.M.A. ships Melbourne (flying the flag of Rear-Admiral Dumaresq), Brisbane, Tattoo, Tasmania, and Success, will leave Sydney at 10 a.m. to-day for a cruise. The fleet, it is ...

    Article : 43 words
  22. FLAGS AT HALF-MAST.

    The flags at the Town Hall, Sydney, were flown at half-mast yesterday. The flag at the National Association headquarters, Wynyard-square, was hoisted at ...

    Article : 46 words
  23. THE MANIFOLD STATUE.

    Mr. Nelson Illingworth has just completed at his studio in Lawson House, Clarence-street, a life-size statue of the late Mr. J. C. Manifold, a pastoralist legislator and polo ...

    Article : 271 words
  24. TRIBUTES BY PUBLIC MEN.

    "It was a great and unpleasant surprise to hear that Mr. Ryan had gone West," the Acting Prime Minister. (Sir Joseph Cook) said to-day after the meeting of the Federal ...

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  25. VLADIVOSTOCK.

    According to a Tokio message, despatches from Vladivostock state that revolutionists attacked the city, also Nikolaiesk, dynamiting a train and killing several Japanese officers. ...

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  26. FEDERAL REVENUE.

    According to the monthly revenue returns issued to-night by the Federal Treasurer (Sir Joseph Cook), the expected decrease in imports to Australia has commenced in earnest. ...

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  27. CONFISCATED PROPERTY.

    Twelve Germans, out of 23,000 whose properties and patents, valued at 350,000,000 dollars, were confiscated by the Allen Enemy Property Custodian, have started suits to recover ...

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  28. CASUALTIES.

    Early yesterday morning Frank Briggs, a seaman, of the Sailors' Home, George-street North, was found lying on the railway line near Cleveland-street. The Civil Ambulance ...

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  29. MASTER OF EDUCATION.

    For the first time in the history of Harvard University, U.S.A., a woman has taken the degree of Master of Education, and this distinction has been gained by a Sydney girl, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. PORTUGAL.

    A message from Vigo (Portugal) states that troops from the Lisbon garrison are picketing the streets. Heavy artillery has been placed in the streets and squares, it is ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN JAM.

    An Order-in-Council has been issued prohibiting the importation of Australian jam and fruit pulp. It is officially explained that this is a temporary embargo, and is not an ...

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  32. "PUERILE LAWS."

    The Rev. J. W. Dains, preaching in the South Bathurst Methodist Church, remarked that the time had arrived when the church must make its voice heard in the politics of ...

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  33. BODY IDENTIFIED.

    The body of a boy found on the railway line between Como and Sutherland last week has been identified as that of Frank Hilton Gow. aged 13, of Wollongong. Gow was an inmate ...

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  34. BODY HANGING FROM TREE.

    The dead body of George Marshall, 63, a labourer, of Oxford-street, Paddington, was found on Sunday hanging from a tree at the Randwick Rifle Range. ...

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  35. TRAIN BANDITS.

    The [?] concerned in the recent robbery and murder on the Paris-Marseilles train have all been captured or killed. The police inspector, who was wounded in endeavouring to ...

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  36. DEATH FROM EXPOSURE.

    GRENFELL.—On Saturday night, about 6 o'clook, R. W. Ellis. Edward Barnett, and Henry Poole left Greenthorpe for Bumbaldry. They were driving in a sulky without a ...

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  37. MISSING LAUNCH.

    Fears are being entertained for the safety of three men who left Cronulla in a small motor launch at midnight on Friday last for the Hawkesbury River. Since then nothing ...

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  38. DEATH OF MRS. LIPPE.

    Charles Ernest M'Alister Smith, a musician, appeared at the City Court, charged with having unlawfully forged and uttered a telegram. The charge arose out of the death ...

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  39. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A Remo message states that Enrico Malatesta, the well-known anarchist, and certain associates have been acquitted on a charge of plotting against the State. ...

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  40. COUNTRY MUSICIANS.

    A peculiar position was disclosed at a meeting of musicians in Bathurst, at which Mr. A. E. O'Brien, the secretary of the Musicians' Union of Sydney, was present. ...

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  41. SUICIDE WHILE UNDER ARREST.

    Last night William Robert Elvidge, a middle-aged married man, was roused from his bed at his home at West Guildford by the police and arrested on a charge of assaulting ...

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  42. THE GREEK CAMPAIGN.

    The Consul for Greece in Sydney has received a cablegram from Athens regarding the situation in Asia Minor. A Press bulletin relating to July 27 stated: On our front there ...

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  43. SHEARERS FINED.

    As a sequel to the shearers' strike at Pinkilla Station, when all the shearers left the station because the owners and classer declared the sheep wet, W. B. Forbes, a shearer, ...

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  44. DIVORCE SUIT.

    The divorce case, in which Senator George Mathew Foster (Tas.), member of the Federal Parliament, cited as co-respondent, was continued before the Chief Justice (Sir Wm. ...

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  45. MAN DROWNED.

    George Catley (75) was drowned [?] attempting to cross the Macquarie River, at the foot of George-street, last [?]ght. He was driving in sulky with his so[?]. There was ...

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  46. THE LESSON OF RUSSIA.

    Speaking in the Domain on Sunday afternoon Mr. A. D. Kay said that the frightful condition of Russia was entirely due to [?] shevism. Contributory causes might have ...

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  47. NEEDY CHILDREN.

    Dr. Richard Arthur, M.L.A., in an appeal for "one thousand little Australians who are cold and cheerless because of the inability of their parents to buy them clothes," points ...

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  48. COFFIN CONVEYED BY TRAIN.

    The special train which left Rockhampton at half-past 7 o'clock last night with Doctors O'Brien and Pfitzenmaier, and several of Mr. Ryan's relations, arrived here at 9 o'clock ...

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  49. TRAGIC SEQUEL TO A FIRE.

    A sequel to the burning fatality which occurred at Renmark last week took place in that town on Sunday night. Alan Senior, a returned soldier, mate of Wright, who was burned to ...

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  50. RIVERINA SEVERANCE LEAGUE.

    At a public meeting at Bulgandra and other centres, Mr. C. W. Millthorpe (executive officer of the Riverina Severance League) said that the conference recently held was most ...

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  51. STATE FUNERAL.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Sir Joseph Cook) stated to-night that the Federal Government would Join with the Queensland Government in conducting a State funeral, as had been done ...

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  52. VALMARIE'S ROUGH PASSAGE.

    The schooner Valmarie, bound to Wellington from the Clarence River, has arrived at Auckland in distress. She lost her [?] on July 17 during heavy weather. She was ...

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  53. MAN KILLED BY FALL OF EARTH.

    At the Killenten brickworks, Crow's Nest line, George Dennis, 36, married, a resident of Toowoomba, was buried by a fall of earth. He was got out alive, but died, his ...

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