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  2. VICE-REGAL TOUR.

    His Excellency the Governor (Sir Matthew Nathan) and his private secrotary arrived here to-day from Townsville. His Excellency was met by ...

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  3. FOREIGN POLICY.

    It is understood that a good deal of the discussion at the Imperial Conference on the foreign policy will be centred round Bolshevism in Russia, ...

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  4. COUNTRY CENTRES.

    Mrs. Walsh, widow of the late Mr. W. S. Walsh (who had occupied the office of police magistrate at Townsville and other centres in the North), died last Sunday ...

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  5. MINING DISPUTE.

    The hearing of the case in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court bearing on the conditions at the Mt. Lyell mines was proceeded with by his Honour Mr. ...

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  6. NOT PLEASED.

    The Washington correspondent of the United Press Association understands that the United States is not pleased at the prospects of a renewal of the ...

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  7. IN SCORING VEIN.

    When the match between Australia and Nottinghamshire was resumed this morning the weather was cloudy, with intermittent sunshine. Very light rain had ...

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  8. DISASTERS AT SEA.

    The news obtained to-day confirmed the scanty information receivwd yesterday regarding the loss of two coastal steamers with, serious loss of life. During the ...

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  9. THE MARANOA.

    Mr. J. A. J. Hunter, the Country Party candidate for the Maranoa, addressed a well-attended meeting of electors at Wyandra on Saturday night, ...

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  10. TOOWOOMBA.

    Mr. T. R. Roberts, M.L.A., who has been visiting Sydney, returned to Toowoomba yesterday. Mr. W. J. Riordan, M.L.C., returned ...

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  11. CHINESE MINISTER'S VIEWS.

    The Chinese Minister (Mr. Alfred Sze), in an address before the New York State Bankers' Association, declared that the Anglo-Japanese ...

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  12. POSTPONEMENT SOUGHT.

    The Australian Press Association learns on high authority that the Foreign Office sent a cable a fortnight ago to the Japanese Government asking that the ...

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  13. LUMPERS' DEMAND.

    Recently the Wyndham lumpers demanded increased pay, and, as living supplies for the residents of the district were badly needed at the time, they ...

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  14. ACTION DELAYED.

    It now seems unlikely that the trial of the action by Miss Partridge, formerly Sister Ligouri, against the former Roman Catholic Bishop of Wagga, will begin ...

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  15. CARGO WASHED ASHORE.

    There have been washed ashore near Manly two kegs of oil and a case of benzine. These cannot have come from the ill-fated Fitzroy and Our Jack, as ...

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  16. PEACE APPEAL.

    The letter which the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) sent to De Valera, the "President" of the Irish "Republic," inviting him and other Sum Fein ...

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  17. UPPER SILESIA.

    It is semi-officially announced that the Inter-Allied Commission has approved of the proposed conditions for the evacuation of Upper Silesia by the Polish insurgents ...

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  18. AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE.

    "There is little doubt that Australia will in the near future decide to follow the example set by America, and 'go dry,'" said the Rev. A. M'Callum ...

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  19. THE MISSING STEAMER CANASTOTA.

    There is an ominous absence of tidings of the steamer Canastota, which left Sydney for Wellington on June 13, and has not since been seen or heard of. The ...

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  20. THE NEXT TEST.

    The following English players have been invited to participate in the third test match, which will commence at Leeds next, Saturday: ...

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  21. TIMBER WORKERS.

    In connection with the recent Federal Arbitration award, which gives the timber workers, an increase in pay, over two years, retrospectively, the sawmillers ...

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  22. WARWICK.

    Some weeks ago there was a slight outbreak of ticks—only two head of cattle being affected—on Mr. Stanley Mitchell's property at S[?]adevale. The district inspector ...

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  23. NO MEDIATION.

    In its reply to the Allied note offering mediation between Greece and Turkey, the Government declines to accept the offer of mediation, and contends that ...

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  24. WAR BONDS CASE.

    In the Criminal Court to-day, the hearing was begun of the case in which John Morgan Worthington, Sergeant-at-arms of the Legislative Assembly of Victoria, is ...

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  25. AN ATTACK REFUTED.

    Referring to the paragraph which appeared in the Sydney "Arrow" on May 13, headed "Tact Required," which the "Sporting Life" republished, Lord Harris ...

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  26. WRECKAGE SIGHTED.

    On the arrival at Brisbane from Sydney of the A.U.S.N. steamer Aramac yesterday, morning the master, Captain M. B. Neill, submitted the following report to ...

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  27. SINN FEIN OUTRAGES.

    As a cadet named Hunt and Sectional Leader White were saving tea with their wives in a Dublin hotel a dozen men rushed in and fired revolvers at them. ...

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  28. PERSIAN TROOPS.

    The South Persian Rifles are to be disbanded shortly, the Persian Government being unable, and the British and Indian Governments unwilling, to finance the ...

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  29. TENEDOS ISLE.

    A British detachment has left Tenedos, which has been handed over to Greece Tenedos is an island on the west coast of Asia Minor. It is five miles long, and two miles ...

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  30. WIN FOR N.S.W.

    There was an attendance of about 18,000 persons at the football match between the New South Wales team and the combined Queensland and New Zealand team. New ...

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  31. BLACKALL.

    Michael Whelan, whose body was found yesterday in the river at Rockhampton, was a resident of this district. He was associated with R. M Night in the Anthony ...

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  32. HOSTILITIES IN PERSIA.

    The Russians have completed the evacuation of Northern Persia, but 200 Tartars deserted to the Persian rebels at Ghilan, the latter inflicting a ...

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  33. FRENCH TRAGEDY.

    The derailment of the Lille-Paris express train at Beancourt, on the Somme was caused by the hot weather having expanded the rails An axle roke as ...

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  34. MARYBOROUGH.

    The report of the president (Mr. G. James) presented at the annual meeting of the Maryborough branch of the Royal Society of St George disclosed a ...

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  35. AMERICAN LABOUR

    Mr. Samuel Gompers has been reelected President of the American federation of Labour, defeating Mr. J. L. Lewis (President of the United Mine ...

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  36. AMERICAN PROHIBITION.

    Mr. A. D. Van Buren, who has resigned his position as Chief Counsel of the Federal Prohibition Commission, in an interview, stated that the country was ...

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  37. FIJI TRADE.

    It was announced to-day that owing to the cessation of the banana shipments from Fiji the A.U.S.N. Co.'s twin screw steamer Levuka (6500 tons) had been ...

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  38. THE SPRINGBOKS.

    The Springboks, the South African team of Rugby footballers, played their second match in Sydney to-day, and again scored a win against a New South Wales team. ...

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  39. WHEAT POOLS.

    The Victorian Premier (Mr. Lawson) stated to-day that he had received no request to reconsider the wheat question, in referring to the resolution passed at ...

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  40. BARQUE ASHORE.

    The barque Rona which arrived from Newcastle with a cargo of coal, struck the rocks just inside the entrance to Wellington Harbour late last night. She is still ...

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  41. RECOVERY OF MISSING ARTICLES.

    So time between 11.15 a.m. and 5.25 [?] m. on Sunday the dwelling-house of Mrs. Effie Florence Cameron, Toorak-road, Hamilton, was entered, ...

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  42. ALLEGED FORGED SIGNATURE.

    To-day detectives arrested Charles M'Alister Smith, 30 years of age, a musician, on a charge of having forged a telegram signature. It is alleged ...

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  43. BASIC WAGE.

    In the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day the question was raised as to when his Honour Mr. Justice Powers would commence his inquiry into ...

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  44. BARCALDINE.

    Charles Holland, third ron of Mr. and Mrs Holland of Barcaldine, was accidentally killed on Hayward's selection, about 100 miles from Aramac, on ...

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  45. GERMAN MARKS.

    The Reichs[?]ank, until July 3, in exchanging German and foreign gold, and is offering 300 paper marks for a 20-mark gold piece, and 42,500 paper marks for a ...

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