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  3. To-Day's Weather

    Cool and cloudy, with occasional showers and cold night. Squally S.W. to S.E. winds, with moderate to rough seas. ...

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  4. MANUAL LABORERS FOR ARBITRATION COURT BENCH

    The open flouting of Judge Rolin in connection with his recent decision in the bricklayers' case, the plain indication that the Union will not pay the ...

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  5. THE TOTE AND NEW FEDERAL TAX

    The validity of the new Federal tax on the Totalisator was questioned in Chambers at the High Court, before Mr. Justice Starke, yesterday morning. Mr. Langer-Owen, K.C., and Mr. C. E. ...

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    The Prince of Wales Photographed on H.M.S. Renown ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. THE PRINCE OF WALES ARRIVES IN NEW ZEALAND

    AUCKLAND, Saturday.—The arrival of the Prince of Wales this morning took place amid scenes of unbounded enthusiasm, and it is obvious that his ...

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  8. THE PRINCE'S SPEECH

    Replying to the address of Mr. Massey, the Prince said:— "This is a very great occasion for me when you bid me welcome to your ...

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  9. ENGLISH PROFITEERS

    LONDON, Friday.—A Bill has been introduced in the House of Commons to extend the duration of the Profiteering: Act. The Bill provides that the Board ...

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  10. THE IRISH SITUATION

    LONDON, Friday.—The Daily Chronicle confirms the reported decision of he Government to adopt a policy of non-irritation of Ireland. It is added ...

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  11. ANTI-DUMPING BILL

    LONDON, Friday.—The House of Lords, on a vote of 23 to 22, rejected, on second reading, Lord Balfour of Burleigh's Bill for the protection of key ...

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  12. PRMIER ON MR. HALL'S RECALL

    In a comment on the action of the Government in recalling Mr. Hall, recently appointed to the office of Agent-General, Mr. Storey said: "It is well ...

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  13. AUSTRALIAN BILL ADAMS

    BATHURST, Saturday.—The public offices and many business and private houses are gaily beflagged to-day in honor of the visit of General Sir William ...

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  14. BRITAIN NOT TOO SLOW

    LONDON, Friday.—The Marquis of Londonderry, Under-Secretary for Air, has emphasised the magnitude of the aircraft deal of March, which involved the ...

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  15. The Home Rule Bill

    LONDON. Friday.—The Daily Chronicle says the Cabinet intends to make important concessions in the Home Rule Bill, and will consent to Ireland's ...

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  16. PREMIERS AT SAN REMO

    LONDON, Friday.—From San Remo, where the Allied Premiers are in conference, it is reported that Greece has been given Western and Eastern Thrace to the ...

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  17. National Jewish Home

    LONDON, Friday.—On behalf of the National Committees of the British Labor Party, there have been telegraphed to Mr. Lloyd George, at San Remo, the ...

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  18. Caillaux Gets Three Years

    LONDON, Friday.—M. Caillaux, a former Premier of France, found guilty of correspondence with the enemy during the war, has been sentenced to ...

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  19. Soldier Settlers' Progress Association

    At a meeting of settlers on the Young Soldiers' Settlement a Progress Association was formed, the object being to deal with all matters affecting returned ...

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  20. Woman's Franchise Bill Shelved

    LONDON, Friday.—The Standing Committee of the House of Commons has shelved the Woman's Franchise Bill. This means the virtual extinction of the ...

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    IN THE 100YDS. RACE AT THE ATHLETIC MATCH, A.I.F. V. THE REST OF N.S.W., YESTERDAY. W. W. HUNT (THE REST) IS SEEN WINNING FROM L. BANNISTER (THE REST) AND W. H. HUTTON (A.I.F.) HUNT (ON THE RIGHT) WILL REPRESENTAT AUSTRALIA AT THE SEVENTH OLYMPIAD. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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