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  3. To-Day's Weather

    Fine, but cloudy during the day, with N.W. to W. wind, freshening in the afternoon. Cold night and tendency to fog early on Monday morning. ...

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  4. FLOOD DAMAGE FLOOLWS THE GOLDEN RAIN

    The messages printed below from our correspondents in various parts of the country indicate that, although the recent floods have caused considerable ...

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  5. HOW THE FLOODS HAVE DEVASTATED THE COUNTRY.

    WATER OVERFLOWING FROM THE BELL RIVER ON THE FLATS AT WELLINGTON, N.S.W. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. CARING FOR THE FUTURE CITIZENS OF THE NATION

    "If they do these things in a green tree, what shall be done in the dry?" The important report of the N.S.W. Board, of Trade on apprenticeship and ...

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  7. WAR CRIMINALS

    LONDON, Friday.—In the House of Commons, Mr. Bonar Law stated that, with the exception of one held for trial for grave violation of the rules of ...

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  8. GOVERNMENT AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE

    LONDON Friday.—The Australian Section of the British Chamber of Commerce has appointed a sub-committee to approach the French authorities urging ...

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    WATER SWEEPING UNDER THE BELL BRIDGE AT WELLINGTON. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. AMERICAN PRESIDENCY

    MONTREAL, Saturday.—As was anticipated, Mr. McAdoo has the lead in the first ballot of the Democratic Convention for the nomination of its candidate for ...

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  11. TRADE WITH RUSSIA

    LONDON, Friday.—In the House of Commons, Mr. Bonar Law said that the negotiations with M. Krassin, the Russian Soviet trade delegate, were still ...

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  12. JAP AGITATORS EXPLODE BOMB

    LONDON, Friday.—A bomb exploded harmlessly at the outer gate of the Japanese Diet at Tokio. The work is regarded as that of agitators ...

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  13. LORDS REJECT IRISH PARLIAMENT BILL

    LONDON, Friday.—Lord Birkenhead (Lord Chancellor) in the House of Lords said that the measure introduced by Lord Montcagle for Irish government on ...

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  14. New Persian Government

    ALLAHABAD, Friday.—Mushir-ed Dowleh, whose resignation of the Premiership of Persia was reported last week, having received assurances of support ...

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  15. SCENES AT WELLINGTON

    WELLINGTON, Saturday.— The highest floods on record for the past 35 years occurred here on Thursday and Friday. The rain, which continued ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. BETTER CONDITIONS FOR SEAMEN

    LONDON, Friday.—The Seamen's Conference at Genoa has approved the decisions of the conference at Washington, and urges their extension. These ...

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  17. SYDNEY MERCHANT LEAVES £496,000

    LONDON, Friday.—The will of the late Mr. W. O. Gilchrist (Gilchrist, Watt and Co., of Sydney) has been proved at £496,430. Legacies include £1000 each ...

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