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  2. DO NOT FAIL TO GET NEXT SUNDAY'S BIG CHRISTMAS ISSUE OF THIS PAPER

    The name of a member of the Progressive Party has been mentioned in connection with the vacant Speakership. That he will accept nomination is not credited as conceivable; yet it is undoubted that there have been serious discussions between representatives ...

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    of the community as a whole—an extremism is arrant nonsense and a mere repetition of the time-worn humbugging cry which for many years has ...

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  4. IRELAND WANTS PEACE

    LONDON, Saturday.—Notwithstanding Mr. De Valera's opposition, the vast majority of Southern Irishmen have accepted the Treaty joyously. The Irish National Press demands the fullest support for the nation's spokesmen at the London Conference. ...

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  5. IT SEEMS TO BE THE ONLY WAY

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  6. THE NAVAL RATIO

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—It was asserted to-day that the Japanese had notified the Americans of the former's adherence to the 5-5-3 ratio, though the ...

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  7. THE NEW INCOME TAX

    In the course of a statement to the Press last night, the Treasurer (Mr. Lang) said: "Responsibility for the legislation ...

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  8. IMPERIAL AIR SERVICE

    LONDON, Friday Night.—Mr. A. H. Ashbolt's scheme for an Imperial airship service is being extensively supported officially, commercially, and ...

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  9. MOPLAHS CAVING IN

    TAHORE, Friday.—With a view to covering the whole of the affected region, definite areas have been allotted to each battalion. ...

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  10. GERMAN REPARATIONS

    LONDON, Friday Night.—M. Loucheur, French Minister for Reparations, has left for Paris. He expressed himself as well pleased with his visit. ...

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  12. Mr. Gardiner Mentioned

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday.—A rumor to the effect that Mr. Arthur Gardiner, Independent Labor member for Newcastle, had been offered the Speakership ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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