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  4. GERMANY GIVES IN TO THE DEMANDS OF THE ALLIES

    LONDON, Saturday.—The German Republic, which has been boggling over the demands of the Allies for some time, has been forced to sign the coal requirements of France. The Allies will make a loan to Germany dependent on the amount ...

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  5. SOME CAMERA STUDIES OF CHAMPION GOLFERS

    These remarkable pictures, taken by the Sunday Times photographer, are full of interest for all golfers. They show some of Australia's leading players in the poses that are characteristic or them in actual play, in the top row are seen, reading from left to right, Campbell, Soutar, Popplewell, and Apperly, driving. Below, on the left, Soutar is shown playing a fine recovery from a bunker. On the right is Victor East addressing his ball on the [?]ee. In the centre are two most informative pictures of Kirkwood, the open champion. On the right he is seen, firm on his feet, finishing a low shot against the wind. On the left he appears to have fallen away hopelessly, but actually he has just achieved a great towering with-the-wind shot. Kirkwood has versatility. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. (By HISTORIC)

    Those who were acquainted with the peculiar psychology of the Bosche before the war were greatly alarmed at the magnanimity of the Allied ...

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  7. SHAMROCK'S BAD START IN THE BIG YACHT RACE

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Shamrock covered the course in 4hrs 20min. Shortly after a bad start tropical rain began to fall, and the race was sailed in ...

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  8. JERGER GONE

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—In Father Jerger's case public attention has now been directed to Adelaide. Father Jerger was motored to Ballarat from Melbourne ...

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  9. TO CONTROL OUTPUT OF WORLD'S WHEAT

    MONTREAL. Friday.—A Winnipeg message says that Mr. J. P. Howard, president of the Farm Bureau Association of America, predicts that the day will ...

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  10. STORY OF DEATH OF CZAR'S FAMILY

    PARIS, Saturday.—The Matin publishes extracts from a book giving the story of the death of the Czarina, Czarevitch, and the Princesses. It is stated ...

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  11. DR. MANNIX DECLARES FOR THE SINN FEIN

    MONTREAL, Thursday.—Archbishop , Mannix, of Melbourne, in an address to the children of Cliffhaven Summer School, declared himself a Sinn Feiner, ...

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  12. ENGLAND SEES END OF FINANCIAL ANXIETY

    LONDON, Friday.—Speaking at a banquet in the Mansion House, Mr. Austen Chamberlain, Chancellor, of the Exchequer, said to a gathering of merchants, ...

    Article : 105 words
  13. BERLIN STUDENT INSULTS FRENCH FLAG

    LONDON. Saturday.—A message from Berlin says that the authorities have offered a reward of 10,000 marks for the discovery of the youth who hauled down ...

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  14. INCREASE OF WAGE REFUSED ENGINEERS

    LONDON, Friday.—The Industrial Court has dismissed the claim by the trades unions of the Associated Engineering Industry for a further increase in ...

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  15. POLAND DOES NOT WELCOME ARMISTICE

    LONDON, Friday.—The correspondent of the Daily Telegraph at Polish headquarters says that the proposed armistice with the Bolsheviks is not welcomed by ...

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  16. MERCHANT SHIPPING IN COURSE OF BUILDING

    LONDON, Saturday.—Lloyd's merchant shipping statistics show 3,578,153 tons of mercantile shipping in process of construction in the United Kingdom. The ...

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  17. Russian Trade With Canada

    MONTREAL, Friday.—The Canadian Minister for Trade has announced that Canada is not maintaining the embargo on exports to Russia, and that Russian ...

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  18. CHAMBERLAIN DEFENDS IMPERIAL PREFERENCE

    LONDON, Saturday.—Replying in the House of Commons to an attack on the policy of Imperial preference, Austin Chamberlain, dealing with a criticism that ...

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  19. BRITAIN CANNOT PRODUCE SPIRIT FUEL

    LONDON, Saturday.—In a report by the Fuel Research Board it is stated that alcohol cannot be produced economically in Great Britain, but in the Dominions ...

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  20. Anti-Slav Riots at Trieste

    LONDON, Saturday.—Advices from Vienna state that there have been serious disorders at Trieste. The Italians there made a demonstration against the ...

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  21. FARMER-LABOR CANDIDATE FOR U.S. PRESIDENCY

    MONTREAL, Friday.—A Chicago message says that the third political party, known as the Farmer-Labor Party, has nominated Farley Christensen, a ...

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  22. CLEARING THE SEAS OF EXPLOSIVE MINES

    LONDON. Saturday.—In reply to a question by Viscount Curzon. Mr. Bonar Law stated in the House of Commons that Great Britain and the United States ...

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  23. TOMMY BURNS BEATEN IN THE SEVENTH ROUND

    LONDON, Friday.—In the boxing encounter at the Albert Hall Tommy Burns, was beaten by Joe Beckett in the seventh round, when the towel was thrown in ...

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  24. AMERICAN WOOLLEN MILLS AWAIT ORDERS

    MONTREAL, Friday.—The president of the American Woollen Co. has explained that, although the United States requires large quantities of woollens, his ...

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