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  2. FAT STOCK MARKET.

    Block sales at Maitland, Wardtah, Singleton and Homebush market are reported in the "Newcastle Sun" on sale days. ...

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  6. FINED 100 DOLLARS

    The Dayton "Monkey" trial ended in an anti-climax. The case has lasted a fortnight, and a battery of lawyers on each side battled in a white heat. Every legal point was fought out in a manner suggesting that the fate of the country depended on the decision, and the ...

    Article : 462 words
  7. NO COMPROMISE

    Yesterdays anticipations that the British Cabinet would reach a compromise on the cruiser building programme were not realised ...

    Article : 448 words
  8. "DIABOLICAL CHARGE"

    Despite what Sir Edward Mar­shall Hall described as diabolical charges in Bessie Baldwin Raper's cross-petition for a divorce against ...

    Article : 431 words
  9. TO CRUSH KRIM

    A strong offensive against the Riffs will shortly be made oil the French forces, whose confidence has returned owing to the arrival of Marshal Petain and the first batch of reinforcements. The French troops were beginning to despair, because they have been ...

    Article : 301 words
  10. CORDIAL TONE

    The Paris correspondent of "The Times" states that the German reply to the Allies peace pact proposals is contained in seven typed pages. ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. DUKE OF RUTLAND'S WILL

    The Duke of Rutland left an estate which has been valued for probate at £930,737. In his will the Duke describes his ...

    Article : 97 words
  12. RUBBER MONOPOLY

    With the prices of motor car tyres going skyward, Government Officials, urged on by motor car manufacturers, are investigating ...

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  13. RUSSIAN NAVY

    A message from the Riga correspondent of "The Times" states that the Soviet intends to increase the strength at its Far Eastern fleet. ...

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  14. WIRING IN ON RAILWAY ELECTRIFICATION

    The maze of wires near Tempe Station, which will play their part in the electrification of the Sydney suburban railway system. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. WORLD 'PLANES

    Louis Breguet, a noted French aeronautical engineer, predicts great developments in aeroplane construction. "I have come to the conclusion," he ...

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  16. LONDON WOOL SALES

    At the London wool sales to-day the recent rates for Australian and New Zealand offerings were well maintained. ...

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  17. Tennis Horatius

    Cyril Tolley, the British golfer, disappointed at the eclipse of the English tennis players, has decided to devote his energies to tennis. He ...

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  18. BREAKWATER ECHO

    An echo of the days of the building of the north breakwater was heard in the Stockton Council Chambers last night when the matter of the railway ...

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  19. BEAM WIRELESS

    In the House of Commons the Fast Mauler General (Sir William Mitchell Thompson) admitted that the Australian beam wireless station might be ...

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  20. MORE HELP NEEDED

    "Australia is unable to absorb 60,000 British school boys each year, but when, the other Dominions adopt the Big Brother Movement the ...

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  21. WANTS TO PLY

    The Cairo correspondent of "The Times" reports that the Ministries of War and Communications have submitted joint proposals for the ...

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  22. COUNTY CRICKET

    In the County cricket matches to-day Notts, with one wicket in band, was 113 behind, and narrowly escaped defeat by Yorkshire. Waddington, in ...

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  23. MINERS INJURED

    Harry Richardson, a minor, employed at Northern Extended Colliery, Teralba, was injured by a fall of coal while at work to-day. ...

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  24. BRITISH PREFERENCE

    In the House of Commons the Under-Sccretary for the Dominions (Mr. Ormsby Gore), in reply to a question by Mr. I. J. Albery (Conservative) ...

    Article : 57 words
  25. MINISTER FOR WAR

    "The Times" states that the Minister for War (Sir L. Worthington Evans) trill pay an unofficial visit to India during the autumn. ...

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