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  2. TURKISH ATROCITIES.

    The correspondent of the "Times' at Constantinople reports that the Nationalists have massacred hundreds of Greeks and American civilians at Geive and ...

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  3. MOOREFIELD MEETING.

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  4. CESSNOCK RACES.

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  5. POLES V. REDS.

    A Polish communique states that the Bolsheviks have entered Sokola, on the high road from Grodno. The Reds are thus on the way to ...

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  7. IRELAND QUIETER.

    It is authoritatively stated in Dublin that the military forces are discontinuing the use of the railways for military transport. ...

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  8. (United Service Cables.)

    The Bolsheviks continue to rush towards Poland They have captured Pinsk crossing the line defined, in the Spa Conferences ...

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  9. JUDGES JIB.

    The lobbyist of the "Daily Mail" states that fearing violence all the Irish judges have declined to serve on the proposed emergency courts ...

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  10. FUTILE FORESIGHT.

    The correspondent of the "Times' at Karagatch states that Jafar Tayer, leader of the Turks in Thrace, who was yesterday reported to have been capture ...

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  11. MILITARY ACTIVITY.

    The Government has authorised the enlistment of a number of distinguished former officers, to co-ordinate the activities of the military police in ...

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  12. INTRIGUES IN BERLIN

    The correspondent of The Times" states that leading Russian nationalists, falling to win the assistance of the Allies, have now established a centre ...

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  13. (Reuter's Cables.)

    A Greek official report states that the Nationalists attempted to concrete near Brussa, but the Greeks carried out a rapid raid, and totally ...

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  14. OUR TELEGRAMS.

    The granting of two days extra pay to the police in connection with the visit of the Prince of Wales is regarded by the men as most paltry. ...

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  15. NAURU ISLAND BILL.

    In the House of Lords Lord Miner, in the course of moving the second reading of the Nauru Island Agreement Bill, mentioned on July 15 ...

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  16. OUTRAGES RENEWED.

    Simultaneously with the Bank of Ireland affray two other pickets in the centre of Dublin were held up by civilians and disarmed. The three ...

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  17. DR. MANNIX.

    Reuters correspondent at Rome reports that the Vatican is surprised at the utterances of Dr. Mannix, and pointed out that a Bishop should ...

    Article : 58 words
  18. I.W.W. PRISONERS.

    Mr. Justice Ewing's L.W.W. report was the sole topic in Labour circles this morning. When certain of the men are released it is intended by the ...

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  19. BRITISH ENQUIRY.

    Britain sent a preliminary inquiry to Moscow yesterday on the subject of the ambiguities in M. Tchitehrin's note regarding which powers should ...

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  20. OPINIONS DIFFER.

    In the House of Commons Mr. Baird, in a written answer to Mr. Kenworthy, states that under the Defence of the Realm regulations Dr. Mannix can be (United Service Cables) The "Cork Examiner" does not consider that under the Defence of the Realm Act, the Government has power ...

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  21. MOTOR MAGNETOS STOLEN.

    The premises of Larke, Hospins, and Co., motor car importers, at Redfern, were broken into during the night and about £200 worth of magnetos ...

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  22. BOXING.

    Std. Barton, the Lochinver boxer, was knocked out in the fifth round in 10st 7th division of the £300 boxing tournament at the Sydney ...

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  23. HUNS' HIGH HOPES.

    While London and Moscow are hourly exchanging notes the Reds are adding captures hourly on the Polish front. The advance proceeds on the whole line ...

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  24. ATTEMPT ON A SAFE.

    Safe-breakers visited Hacksacks biscuit factory at Mascot, and lifted the safe from the stand in the office, and removed it to the yard, where an ...

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  25. YACHTING.

    A message from New York states that neither Shamrock nor Resolute will race again. Resolute was taken to the builders yard to-day to be ...

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  26. RUSSIAN SOCIALISTS.

    The British Independent Labour Party recently invited the Moscow International to disclose its programme, and inquired the possibilities of its affiliation ...

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  27. GENERAL LUCAS ESCAPES.

    General Lucas, whom the Sinn Feiners captured at the end of June escaped this morning. He was picked up by a motor lorry near Cola between ...

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  28. WOMEN INELIGIBLE.

    Although a number of women are anxious to become members of the Upper House, it now transpires that they are ineligible to sit in the ...

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  29. (Reuter's Cables.)

    A message from New York States that the plains for Dr. Mannix to leave on Saturday by the steamship Battle is unchanged by the formal ...

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  30. A PENRITH FIRE.

    At an inquiry concerning a fire in George Michael's drapery shop at Penrith, the coroner found that Michael maliciously set fire to the ...

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  31. JOURNALISTIC JEREMIAD.

    The "Nation" says that Dublin Castle will never govern Ireland again, but is going to prevent Irishmen governing, though it doesn't ...

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  32. SHEARERS DISPUTE.

    Mr. Lambert stated to-day that of 10,000 sheds in the State only eight had been able to make a start so far owing to the shearers strike. ...

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  33. THE WEATHER.

    Another change in the weather occurred late yesterday afternoon a disturbance coming in from the west. Locally, the rain was only light in character ...

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  34. MOVIE CELEBRITIES IN LONDON.

    A message from New York States that returning from their European honeymoon, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford say that their most thrilling ...

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  35. ARCTIC AVIATION.

    A message from Edmonton (180 miles north of Calgary) reports the arrival of four American aeroplanes which left New York 10 days ago. ...

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  36. AMUNDSEN IN ALASKA.

    Captain Amundsen has arrived at Nome, Alaska. His steamer, the Maude is anchored off Sledge Island, in the Behring Sea, and all the crew are well. ...

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  37. BOLSHEVIK SUPPORT.

    The "Times" Parliamentary lobbyist states that the Duke of Northumberland and Mr. Edward Carson headed a deputation of members of the ...

    Article : 225 words
  38. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    Reuter's correspondent at San Subastan states that Mr. A.J. Balfour in a statement with reference to the work of the Council of the League ...

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  39. PROPOSED CONFERECNE

    In the House of Commonwealth replying to Mr. Asquith with regard to the Boulogne Conference, Mr. Lloyd George emphasised that the Allies ...

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  40. BRITISH ARMY STORES.

    A White Paper issued by the Minister for Munitions states that the sales of surplus Government stores and of raw materials on trading accounts from the ...

    Article : 79 words
  41. PREPOSTEROUS TERMS.

    Besides the despatch to Russia read by Mr. Lloyd George in the House of Commons this afternoon the text was published to-night of the previous ...

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  42. GENERAL RAIN.

    General rain has fallen over the State the falls being particularly heavy in the north-eastern quarter. ...

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  43. OLYMPIC GAMES.

    The promoters of the British teams to compete in the Olympic games have made a final appeal for £2500. A similar financial difficulty is being experienced ...

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  44. THE FORECAST.

    Meteorologist Bureau, Saturday. New Smith Wales. Cloudy and still unsettled over the eastern half, with further rain in the north-east quarters fine ...

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  45. FIGHT IN PARLIAMENT.

    The "Times" correspondent at Brussels reports that a crowd of Former soldiers broke into the Chamber of Deputies and attempted to mount the tribune ...

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  47. MORE LEGISLATION.

    In the House of Commons Mr. A. Bonar Law, announced that a bill ing with the disorders in ireland would be introduced and passed on August 5 ...

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