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  4. LABOR IN CONFERENCE

    A message from Denver states that the convention of the American Federation of Labor instructed its executive council to frame legislation ...

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  5. IN MR. HUGHES' HANDS

    Due in his expressed desire for rest, Mr. Storey's visit to Japan was uneventful. He spent the time mainly at the beautiful mountain resor, ...

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  6. NORTHANTS DEBACLE

    The match between the Australian Eleven and Northamptonshire was concluded to-day. The weather was hot, and the attendance numbered ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. SUPREME IMPORTANCE

    Speaking at the Empire Conference, Mr. Hughes said:— "The question of disarmament is of supreme importance This ...

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  8. £1000 BEGGING

    The Charities' Day committee last night considered the position in which it has been placed through the Wallsend Hospital refusing to take its share ...

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  9. WHICH IS BEST?

    The former German submarine U 117 was sunk this morning by the first squadron of naval aeroplanes, which bombed it in the opening tests ...

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  10. JOE KIRKWOOD

    The Australian golf champion who is feeling very of for the great Struggle for the championship in England ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Jupp's Hat Trick

    Jupp. playing for Sussex against Essex, performed the but trick. ...

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  12. "CAN'T FOOL GOD"

    "Crippled Christians" came in for a levere castigation at the hands of Mr. Herbert Booth, son of the hate General Booth during a special church ...

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  13. WIMBLEDON TENNIS

    Games in the Wimbledon championships yesterday resulted:— Sh[?]midzu defeated Turnbull 6—3, 7—5, 6—1. ...

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  14. LEFT LAMENTING

    Wallsend has been waiting for electric light for many years, and its residents are not proud of the fact that their town is about the only one in the ...

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  15. LAMBTON'S 50 YEARS

    Further details in connection with the celebration of Lambton's municipal jubilee which is to take place on August 4, were arranged at a ...

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  16. STOP-PRESS

    Party produce was the chief attraction in Sydney markets to-day. Heavy business was transacted but prices did not ...

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  17. G. RICHARD'S FUNERAL

    The interment took place yesterday. in Sandgate Cemetery. of the remains of the tate Mr. Gorge Richards of Lambton. who was accidently drowned ...

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  18. FLOODS IN JAPAN

    A message from Tekio states that there have been terrill[?] floods in Jap[?] The list of dead numbers 200. ...

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