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  4. PROHIBITION IN THE LAND OF THE FREE

    NEW YORK, June 15. Ask the Americans you meet what they think of prohibition, and you will be left with the idea that U.S.A. is a nation of ...

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  5. AN INCIDENT IN THE THIRD TEST

    D. CLARKE TACKLES A. JOHNSTON. OTHERS ARE W. RICHARDS, B. GRAY, H. GILBERT, S. PEARCE, H. HILTON, J. CARTWRIGHT, AND F. GALLAGHER. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. THE EVERGREEN ISLE AND ITS EVERGREEN TROUBLE

    LONDON, Friday.—Replying to a question in the House of Commons, Mr. Bonar Law said that all possible precautions had been taken to prevent disorders in Ireland on July 12. With regard to Londonerry, in accordance with the recommendation of the Citizens' ...

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  7. NEW ZEALAND VIEW OF NAURU AGREEMENT

    In the Commonwealth House of Representatives a few days ago, the Acting-Federal Treasurer stated that Australia had fulfilled its monetary obligation under ...

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  8. GERMANS ACCEPT ALLIES CONDITIONS

    LONDON. Friday.—The Germans have signed acceptance of the conditions laid down by the Allies. At the opening of the conference at ...

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  9. BRITAIN SEEKS NEW TREATY WITH U.S.A.

    NEW YORK, Friday.—The Chicago Tribune says it is reported in diplomatic circles in Paris that, to protect her interests in the East, Britain ,is seeking a ...

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  10. MEN AND MONEY OF THE DOMINIONS

    LONDON, Friday.—Replying to a question in the Commons, Lieut-Colonel Amery, Under-Secretary for the Colonies, said that a complete list of contributions ...

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  11. CARPENTIER AND LEVINSKY MUST MEET

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Fight promoter Curley, who arranged a meeting between Carpentier and Battling Levinsky for October next, has refused to release ...

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  12. AUSTRALIAN FARMS

    LONDON. Friday.—Lord Burnham has taken 1000 shares in Mr. Billis' Australian Farms scheme. ...

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  13. JUST TOO LATE

    H. HILTON FAILS TO BLOCK FRASER'S KICK. GALLAGHER IS WATCHING THE BALL. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. 'AMERICA WANTS WIDER-VISIONED MAN"

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Governor Cox, the Democratic nominee for the Presidency of the United Slates, will not indicate his ...

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  15. IS THERE A LAND BOOM IN SYDNEY ?

    When the public hear the words "Land boom," the elder members of our community involuntarily, recall the land boom of the early nineties in Melbourne and ...

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  16. CONCESSION WITH STRING TIED TO IT

    MONTREAL, Friday.—The Washington correspondent of the United Press states that the removal of the embargo on trade with Russia prohibits the ...

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  17. Turkey and the Treaty

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Turkey is not to be compelled to sign the Peace Treaty until the Allied forces have driven the Nationalist troops from the vicinity of ...

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  18. A LAND OF LOCK-OUTS

    MONTREAL, Friday.—The Department of Labor at Washington has announced that last year there were 3374 lockouts of labor in the United States. ...

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  19. International Tennis

    LONDON, Friday.—In the Davis Cup match Johnston (America) beat Gobert (France) 6-3, 7-6, 6-3. Tildcn beat Laurentz 4-6, 6-2. 6-1, 6-3. ...

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  20. Switzerland's Credit Good

    NEW YORK, Friday.—A £5,000,000 Swiss loan, offered at par and carrying 8 per cent, interest, was absorbed on the local market inside 24 hours. ...

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  21. Archbishop Mannix

    NEW YORK, Friday.—It is reported that Dr. Mannix, formerly of Australia, has been appointed Professor of Mathematics at Maynooth College, Ireland. ...

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