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  5. Wires and Cables

    The new Board of Control at Cookatoo Island has decided to agree to a 44 hour week, in response to appeals my the iron trades unions. ...

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  6. AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH WALES

    There was no play on the third day of the South Wales match, which had to be abandoned owing to the rain. ...

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  8. SERIOUS CHARGE

    Andrew MacCormack, a farmer, was found guilty in the Criminal court, of committing an offence on a girl aged 17, who was hired out to him from the ...

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  9. CARUSO DEAD

    Enrico Caruso, the world-famous tenor singer, is dead. ...

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  10. KIRKWOOD IN CANADA

    Kirkwood was out of the running at the Canadian open championship yesterday morning. In his round, in took 77, compared with Brady's ...

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  11. PROHIBITED IMMIGRANT

    Aloysius Christopher Tops was again before the Central Police Court. to-day, charged with unlawfully wearing military decorations, and with being a ...

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  12. MYSTERIOUS LIGHTS

    Efforts to find the cause of the mystorious lights-observed 80 miles N.E. by B. from Sydney Heads, which were regarded by the captain of the schooner ...

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  13. CONTINUING THE WAR

    According to an Angora message the National Assembly has affirmed its intention of continuing the war until an ultimate victory is achieved. The ...

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  14. BEEF AND MUTTON

    The decision of the Retail Butchers Association to recommend members not to pay more than 3½d. per lb. for beef and mutton from wholesalers, is taken ...

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  15. A HAUL

    An employee of the Australian Paper Coy. purchased 1200 twopenny stamps at the G.P.O. yesterday, placed them in her bag, and moved to another counter. ...

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  16. NO PRELIMINARY PACIFIC CONFERENCE

    A message from Washington states that it is understood the semi-official advices to the State Department from London intimate that England has ...

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  17. PRESIDENT HOLIDAYS WITH EDISON AND FORD

    Mr. Harding has returned from a week-end holiday with Thomas Edison and Henry. Ford. Edison told the reporters to-day that ...

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  18. PREFERS ARBITRATION

    In withdrawing their affiliation from the Trades and Labor Council, the Shop Assistants' Union stated that one reason Was they were strongly in favor ...

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  19. VICTORIA'S TREASURER ABROAD

    Mr. McPherson, the Victorian Treasurer, referring to the dissolution of the Victorian Parliament, said he regretted, his inability to partake in the ...

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  20. ENGINE JUMPS POINTS

    At 5.15 this morning an engine jumped a set of points at Hornsby, and blocked both the North Shore lines. No damage was done, the lines being ...

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