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  2. Advertising

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  3. EUROPEAN CRISIS.

    The Kaiser, speaking from the Palace, addressed 20,000-people. 1 "It is a dark day for Germany," he said, "and the sword is being forced into our hands. ...

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  5. FEDERAL REVENUE

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 218 words
  6. CYCLING

    Entries for the 19 miles open road race for unattached dubs, promoted by the South Sydney Cash Club, close on Wednesday. The race will take place on.August 16, from Parramatta to Penrith. Mr. M. ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. ENFIELD TO CAMDEN RACE.

    The next open handicap road race of the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union, the Camden Club's 34 miles, from Enfield to Camden, takes place next Saturday week. Final entries will be accepted by first post to-morrow ...

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  8. IXTER-CLUB PREMIERSHIPS.

    The first round of tie New South Wales Cyclists Union's Dunlop Intcr-club Premierships, the road teams championship of the State for amateurs, was advanced another stage yesterday, when the postponed third and ...

    Article : 115 words
  9. COMMONWEALTH MILITARY POWERS.

    The military powers held by the Australian Government under the Constitution are limits to the naval and military defence of the Commonwealth, and the control of the forces to ...

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  10. CLUB SATURDAY.

    Next Saturday is to be devoted by the N.S. Wales Cyclists' Union to club events only. The Camden Club's Enfield to Camden open race takes place on the following Saturday, so the Premierships will not be ...

    Article : 55 words
  11. JAPAN'S SUPPORT

    The Japanese Ambassador in London has made an official statement that he does not anticipate any trouble in the Far East, where the fleets of the members of the Triple Alliance ...

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  12. MARRICKVILLE CLUB.

    Yesterday the club was successful in bringing off a First and second-class road race, about 40 members competing, the Enfield-Bankstown course being used. Results :—First-class : A. Bunyan, limn 10sec (30rain 5sec) ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. ENFIELD-BURWOOD CLUB.

    This club successfully decided its members road race on the Enflelii-Bankstown course yesterday afternoon. Results :—L. Walton, 50sec: (23tnin 5sec), 1; F. Frickhoffcr, 35sec (22nrun 50sec), 2; A. Hodgkinson, 35sec ...

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  14. ASHFIELD CLUB,

    The Ashfield League Chrb re-opened its racing programme with a 12 miles road race an the Canterburyroad yesterday afternoon. Results :—T. Cannon 1, W. F. Roebuck 2, J. Freeman 3. ' Les Hammond, the ...

    Article : 52 words
  15. LAWN TENNIS

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  16. AUSTRALIA'S PART

    On the platform with Mr. C. G. Wade, Dr. Richard Arthur, and others, at Crow's Nest last night, Sir William Irvine said that there had never been a time like the present, when ...

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  17. ATHLETICS

    Forty members of the N.S. Wales Amateur Athletic Association competed iu the South Sydney Harriers eighth annual open three miles "cup" road race held yesterday afternoon. W. Sweeting of the Hurlstone Park ...

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  18. STDNEY WALKERS CLUB.

    Yesterday's fixture for members of the Sydney Walkers Club was a taree miles road race. Results :—W. Melaren, ser (22min 46sec), 1 ; A. W. Pickard, ser (23min 5sec), 2 ; R. L. Bonham, 40sec (23min 47sec), 3. ...

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  19. DRILL SHIRKERS

    "The ominous war cloud which appears to be settling over Europe, makes one keenly alive to the necessity for supporting the scheme of Defence, which seems to be working well in ...

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  20. MANLY BICYCLE CLUB'S SPORTS.

    'me list annual sports of the Manly B.C. were successfully carried through yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a large attendance of spectators. The tracks, owing to recent rains, were somewhat heavy. Results : ...

    Article : 181 words
  21. MOZART JUVENILE HARRIERS.

    Members competed in a one mile handicap at the Australian Football Ground yesterday aiternoon. Results :—S. Morris, 75yds, 1 ; J. McLennan, 85yda, 2 ; J. Tender, 45yda. 3. ...

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  22. CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday Night.—The Five Miles Cross country Championship ol Victoria was decided at Ballarat to-day. W. P. O'Neill was the winner, R. Allen finishing second, and E. Neate' third. The time, 27min. ...

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  23. A TEMPERATE VIEW

    In their monthly stock and share list for July, Messrs. Furner and Brownhill state :— "We are not at all inclined to recommend the immediate sale of sound securities by holders ...

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  24. LACROSSE

    The students put up a strenuous defence against Petersham's speedy forwards, and at haf-time the score read one all, Foord scoring from close in for the Maroons, and Smith equalised for 'Varsity. After the ...

    Article : 182 words
  25. EASTS TOO GOOD FOR

    Up to half-time honora were fairly even, the tri-colors only leading 4 goals to 2, Turnbull doing the necessary for Easts, and Cooke opening the score for Mosman. The game was fast and strenuous, both teams ...

    Article : 128 words
  26. CHRISTINE"

    Arrives by s.s. Malwa (for a limited time only), with 500 of the latest Parisian Models in Day, Evenings Dinner, and Race Gowns; also, Hand-made Lingerie Dresses and Blouses. ...

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  27. KILLARA CAPTAINCY

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  28. BALMAIN WIN FROM ST. GEORGE.

    After a strenuous game Balmain won 10-3. The play was patchy, the passing being faulty and the defences intercepting frequently. Young and Langker made some good openings for the Balmain attack, Fitzhardinge and ...

    Article : 216 words
  29. THE DUBLIN TRAGEDY

    At the Coroner's inquest being held into the victims of the conflict last Sunday, between the authorities and the National Volunteers, when a number of people were shot down In ...

    Article : 179 words
  30. [?]WARRA SUBURBS ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 94 words
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  32. MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE

    Alter this morning's meeting of the local Stock Exchange Mr. W. J. Roberts announced that it had been, decided to suspend dealing forward six weeks and a month. Cash business ...

    Article : 224 words
  33. GOLF.

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  34. LADIES 'GRADE.

    At Moore Park : Karweecns A drew with Many 2 all Karweens B beat St. George 4-1. Karweens A beat Olympians 6-0. ...

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  35. BONNIE DOON CLUB.

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  36. MOREY DEFEATS DANIELS.

    BRISBANE, Saturday Night.—Alf Morey defeated Jack Daniels on points in their third contest to-night. The Westralian established a good lead in the closing rounds of a hard battle. Harald Baker refereed capably. ...

    Article : 175 words
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