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    Australia has won the Martin Cup, scoring 833 points, and Parsing receiving the freedom of London. The Australians also won the Colonial ...

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    Mr. Harold Lewis has been transferred from Blayney to Orange, and tools up duty here during last week at the railways. ...

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  6. AN IMPORTANT EXCHANGE

    Belgium has agreed to cede Britain a considerable portion of the old Congo possessions, in the region of Lake Tanganyika, in exchange for a large ...

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  7. HUNGARIAN SITUATION.

    The "Paris Journal" reports that the Allies are contemplating armed intervention in Hungary, owing to the danger in Rumania and Poland. ...

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  8. FRENCH CABINET DEFEATED

    A Montreal dispatch from Paris states that the French Cabinet has fallen, the House of Deputies having refused a vote of confidence by 227 ...

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  9. AMERICAN ARMY BRUTALTIES.

    Washington House has appointed a special committee to investigate the brutalities in the American army. One officer has returned home from camp ...

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  10. DE VALERA LIKES AMERICANS.

    De Valers says that he would rather have the United States recognition of the Irish Republic than all the gold in the country. ...

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  11. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION

    At Coblenz two Germans attempted to assassinate Major Cockril, provost marshal of the American forces. He received, no injury, however, but his ...

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  12. "DAILY MAIL" ACTION.

    The "Daily Mail" through a series of attacks on Lord Newton for several months in 1918, has had to defend a case for specific libel. The paper ...

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  13. "MUST BE SIGNED."

    "New York Times" diplomatic advices from Peking indicate that the Chinese Government has been placed in an extremely embarrassing ...

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  14. PEACE CELEBRATIONS IN EGYPT.

    Enthusiastic peace celebrations engaged all sections of the population here, and 60,000 people attended the various fetes. ...

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  15. VICTORY DAY IN LONDON.

    Victory Day was celebrated by all classes in Britain, in bright weather It was a phenomenal success of long prepared festivities. Joy bells ...

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  16. NO SUBSTITUTE FOR WILHELM.

    The committee which is dealing with, the question of fixing the responsibilty for war crimes has resolved to adhere to the terms of the Treaty. ...

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  18. "FOXES HAVE HOLES."

    The New York "Times" Amerongen correspondent states that Count Bentick, when interviewed, said there is no truth in the rumor that Wilhelm is ...

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  20. The Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS.

    The Hon. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.L. A., has received the following communication from the Lands Department:—"In reply to your ...

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  22. ANGLICAN SOLDIERS MEMORIAL.

    The idea long cherished by relatives and friends of soldiers and sailors of the Empire, especially of those belonging to the Church of the King, to erect ...

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  23. PEACE SALE.

    Commencing to-day (Monday) Mr E. Jones, IXL., will have a two weeks sale with a very special feature attached to it, one particularly ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLES.

    Vancouver states that at Bluefield West Virginia, an explosion destroyed the Tanwell coalmine, and 220 were killed. A big fire followed. Many ...

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  27. SENATOR GARDINER WILL TALK.

    So much of the time of the Senate is taken up by the leader of the Opposi[?] tion (Senator Gardiner) that other members who have something of ...

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  28. WHEAT.

    In regard to a paragraph which is going the rounds of the country press to the effect that American, wheatgrowers are very much better treated ...

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  29. SOLDIERS HOLD UP TRAFFIC

    A crowd of soldiers and sailors were indulging in horse play in Bourke[?]st., yesterday afternoon, when they stopped the trams and lifted them off the ...

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  30. INFLUENZA.

    Sydney's influenza figures up to Saturday were eight deaths and 18 new cases for 24 hours. ...

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