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    Replying to President Wilson's announcement that the International Labor Conference was held despite the Senate delays, Senator Sherman, ...

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  4. TURKS TARTARS AND ARMENIANS.

    Armenian, advices state that the Turkish staff southward of Erivan, are directing an encircle. ...

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  7. FLYING TO GRENFELL.

    Mr. Shaw Strickland, the wellknown Forbes grazier, set a new fashion on Thursday so far as the country centres are concerned, at any ...

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  8. THE BOUNDARY QUESTION

    The German reply to the Allies' ultimatum states that Germany had no intention to modify the boundaries of Austria forcibly. It desires to allow ...

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  9. WHO OWNS THE STEAMERS?

    The Dutch Government have detained river vessels and cargoes seized by the Belgians in the occupied zone, on the ground that they were stolen by ...

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  11. YOUNG TROTTING NOMINATIONS.

    Handicap Trot, for ponies 14 hands Or under, 1 mile: G. L. Maroney's Totty, E. Butt's Donhu, H. Doyle's Boy, T. H. Cooke's Little Nell, A. M. ...

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  12. A HARRASSED POLAND

    Paderewski told an American interviewer that Germany was defeated in the west and the tide was turning hopefully eastward. Germany was ...

    Article : 55 words
  13. TO PREVENT HUGE U.S.A. STRIKE.

    President Wilson has agreed to assist in the negotiations with a view to conference of the United States trusts and their employees, in order to avoid ...

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  14. AMERICA AND THE EXKAISER.

    A message states that Lansing, addressing the American Bar Association, warned them against internationalism, stating that democratic ...

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  15. Sporting

    These races were held yesterday in showery weather, but the attendance was large and the going fair. Results: Hurdle Race, about 2 miles: ...

    Article : 210 words
  16. BOXING.

    At the Brisbane Stadium last night Sandy McVea (S.12), an aboriginal, defeated Tuggie Young (9.0), a Chinese, in the 13th round, when the ...

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  17. GRENFELL RACES.

    The second day of the Grenfell Jockey Club's meeting on Friday was marred by rain. In consequence the fields were small. Results:— ...

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  18. LORD FISHER CASTIGATES ADMIRALTY.

    Lord Fisher has returned to the charge regarding the Admiralty's lack of foresight, and says that they were busy formulating precise regulations ...

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  19. EAST ORANGE PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    Mr. A. T. Caldwell, the enthusiastic headmaster of the East Orange Public School, is deserving of the highest praise for the excellent way be had ...

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  20. ULTIMATUM TO RUMANIA WITHDRAWN.

    In view of Rumania's explanation, the Paris ultimatum has been withdrawn, but the Supreme Council is sending a messenger conveying a ...

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  21. GOLF.

    The following is the result of the medal competition, played on Saturday afternoon:—E. Bonnor 84, 17—; A. G. Byass, 77, 6—71; E. D. Minnett ...

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  22. NYNGAN WEIGHTS.

    Opening Handicap: Sunbrook 10.3, Bulla 10.0, Shadowed 10.0, Lord Laurel 9.3, Stainlight 9.2, Many Roos 9.0, Green Camp 7.12, Bonnie Kit 7.12. ...

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  23. FOOTBALL.

    There was an estimated attendance of 1000 at Wade Park on Saturday, including a large number of country people, to witness the two challenge ...

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  24. V.A.T.C. RACES.

    The V.A.T.C. races yesterday were well attended. In the Hurdle Race the judge hoisted Fastolf's number for third place, but subsequently hoisted ...

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  25. CONAN DOYLE'S VINDICATION OF GEN. GOUGH.

    Sir Conan Doyle, in his first volume of the history of the war, defends General Gough, commander of the Fifth Army. who was sacrificed ...

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  26. IN PRACTICE

    Abolition of compulsory and train ing clauses in Defence Act agreed to by 110 votes to 8.—Labor Conference. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. WOODSTOCK WEIGHTS.

    Hilltop Handicap: Merv Trent 9.7, Merv's Pride 9.7, Gigantea 8.10, Aurillo 8.8, Darling Pea. 8.1. Powdal 8.l, Sir Liddoff 7.12,Lord Rice 7.8, King ...

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  28. THE SCAPA FLOW SINKINGS

    Germany has informed the Supreme Council that Admiral Reuter was responsible for the sinking of the fleet at Scapa Flow, and acted without the ...

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  29. SERIOUS SULKY ACCIDENT.

    A serious accident occured at Young, on Wednesday, to a well-Known resdent named Mrs. Thornton, who is now in the hospital in a precarious ...

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  30. LATEST RUMANIAN NOTE.

    Mr. Balfour has drafted the latest conciliatory note to Rumania, stating that the Peace Conference was always happy to consider her a faithful ally. ...

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  31. NURSE CAVELL'S BETRAYER.

    At the Quien court martial the Government's representative demands the death sentence, not as Nurse Cavell's betrayer, but as a German spy. ...

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  32. YOUNG WEIGHTS.

    Mr. Gardner, acting handicapper for the W.D.R.A., on Saturday made available the following weights for the Young Show races on Thursday next ...

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  33. LABOR FINANCING ELECTIONS.

    At the opening of the carnival- In Moore Park, under the auspices of the Australian Labor Party, yesterday, Mr. John Storey said the carnival was to ...

    Article : 118 words
  34. A MARSEILLES STRIKE.

    A general strike has been ordered at Marseilles, in sympathy with the dockers. 1 (Later cables on page 2). ...

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  35. WHAT ABOUT A MACINTOSH?

    There is nothing like a macintosh for wet weather. Maguire has a big stock and the values are good. Men's macintoshes from 33/6; boys' ...

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  36. NATIONALISING HOSPITALS.

    The Minister for Health (Mr. Firzgerald), speaking at Newcastle said that if the Government nationalised the hospitals, it would be a calamity, ...

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