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  4. SHIPBUILDING IN BRITAIN

    Lloyd's shipbuilding returns for the three months ended June 30 stated that 3,530,000 tons were being constructed in the United Kingdom. ...

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  5. DEMOSTHENES

    The first ship to enter and be berthed at the extension of the Victoria and Albert docks was the Demosthenes, which had been coating at ...

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  6. HEAT AND DROUGHT

    Though the drought is likely to he remembered as the worst in British records, its seriousness is largely forgotten in the sufferings caused by the ...

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  7. RIOTS AND FLAMES

    Rioting broke out in Belfast again yesterday. Firing was general in Stanhope-street and Carrick Hill District. ...

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    Royal-avenue, Belfast, where severe fighting occurred on Sunday, when Sinn Feiners attacked the Orange procession. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. PEACE IN DUBLIN

    Dublin joyously ushered in the truce by ships' sirens sounding a general, rejoicing. The auxiliaries unarmed, are mixing with the people. There ...

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  10. CONFERENCE JULY 18

    Mr. de Valera has replied to Mr. Lloyd George, fixing the date of their conference for July 18. ...

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  11. HAWKER KILLED

    Harry Hawker, the famous aviator, was killed at Hendon, as the result of the machine in which he was flying catching fire ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. SOMME HEROES

    A message from Amiens says that amid appropriate military honors and stirring patriotic speeches, 349 members of the Somme communes ...

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  13. DE VALERA DELEGATION

    It is officially state a [?]de Valora's three colleagues, who are going to London, are Messrs. Griffith Austin Stack, who was arrested in 1916 in ...

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  14. COLLINS A CENTURY

    The match between Australia and Scotland was commenced at Edinburgh to-day, in brilliantly fine weather. The attendance numbered 4000, and the ...

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  15. HOSPITAL TRA[?]EDY

    A fearful tragedy occurred at Renmark early yesterday morning. when four children were burned to death at the local hospital. ...

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    The bareque Rona, laden with coal's from Newcastle, on the rocks at Wellington Head, New zealand. After being lightered she was successfully re-[?]ced. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. RENEWED FOR A YEAR

    In order to avoid the possibility of the Alliance lapsing to-morrow, which is the terminal date Great Britain and Japan forwarded an identical Note to ...

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  18. STOP-PRESS

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  19. LABOR AND HOME RULE

    At the railwaymen's conference at Newcastle Mr. J. H. Thomas, replying to criticism of his speech to the American Federation of Labor, said he ...

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