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  2. NEARING HOME.

    The happiest main is his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, for he is only four days' distant from the end of his eight months' tour. The last lap from the Rock ...

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  3. RIVAL GENERALS.

    Official advices state that Dr. Sun Yat Sen has fled to Canton, which has been occupied by Chen Chi[?] Ming. As the result of a coup, Dr. Sun Yat ...

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  4. THE IRISH ELECTIONS.

    Polling in Ireland is proceeding quietly. The electors are somewhat apathetic. It is believed that the polling favours the panel ...

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  5. THE FORESTRY PROBLEM.

    This Excellency the Governor seized the opportunity during his visit to the timber centre of Canungra to make a strong plea for the adoption of an ...

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  6. BRITAIN AND FRANCE.

    M. Poineare (the Prime Minister of France) has arrived in England to confer with Mr. Lloyd George. PARIS, June 18. ...

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  7. FLYING TRAGEDY.

    The "Intransigeant" states that the aviation tragedy which occurred near Folkstone on June 3 was due to a demented passenger shooting the pilot, ...

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  8. TASMANIAN ELECTIONS.

    The result of the election is that the National Party consists of 12 members, the Country Party of 5, and the Socialists of 12. There is one independent. Two ...

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  9. SIR ROBERT PHILP.

    Death has removed another of the notable landmarks in the history of Queensland in the person of Sir Robert Philp, who passed away in a Brisbane ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. GOING TO RUSSIA.

    Fifty American labourers and artisans have sailed for Russia to join the Voga colony started by American communists under two years' concession from the ...

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  11. THE PHILIPPINES.

    The Philippine Mission consisting of Manuel Quezon (President of the Senate) and 27 other Parliamentarians, has presented to President Harding a ...

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  12. UNIVERSITY SEATS.

    Polling has taken place for the four seats for the Irish National Univeristy. For these seats there were two Independent candidates, besides the panel of two ...

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  13. MEXICO'S DEBTS.

    An agreement has been signed between Mr. Thomas Lamont, representing the international Bankers' Committee, and Mr. Dela Huerta, Secretary of the Mexican ...

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  14. FRANCE'S BURDEN.

    M. Poincare (the Prime Minister of France) at a banquet given by the British League of Help for the purpose of celebrating the defence of Verdun, thanked ...

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  15. LENIN'S ILLNESS.

    The "Vossische Zeitung" states that the Soviet Government officially announces that M. Lenin (the President of the Council of Commissioneries) is suffering ...

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  16. THE CONSTITUTION.

    The Dublin correspondent of the "Daily News" says the Republicans will reject the Constitution in toto. There is no hope of a peaceful arrangement between ...

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  17. PRIEST ON TRIAL.

    At the trial of Father Delorme, accused of having murdered his brother in order to obtain insurance money, a witness testified that Father Delorme ...

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  18. REPARATIONS.

    The Reparations Commission announces that the German Government has paid 50,000,000 gold marks, being the third monthly payment in accordance with the ...

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  19. LAND TENURE.

    The House of Commons has passed the Law of Properly Bill, consisting of 300 pages, the longest public measure ever passed by Parliament. The Bill is the ...

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  20. LOWER WAGES.

    The United States Railway Labour Board has announced a reduction in the wages of railway clerks, signalmen, and stationary firemen ranging from two to ...

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  21. N.S.W. ELECTIONS.

    Replying in the House of Assembly to a question by Mr. Waterston (Labour) why he sent a cable message to Mr. W. A. Holman during the New South Wales ...

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  22. RAN AMOK.

    An Indian sowar attached to the 31st Lancers, stationed at Suraffin, Palestine, in a fit of insanity ran amok with a rifle, killing Captain Fleming and two ...

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  23. WILTSHIRE WRECK.

    It is not expected that any more bags of mall matter will be recovered from the Wiltshire, which was recently wrecked on Great Barrier Island, off the coast of ...

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  24. THE GOVERNOR'S SYMPATHY.

    His Excellency the Governor yesterday forwarded the following message to Lady Philp: "I am much distressed by the death of one of Queensland's foremost ...

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  25. BARQUE OVERDUE.

    No news has yet been received of the Norwegian barque Janna, which has not been heard of since she left here for Falmouth. A hundred and ninety-five days have ...

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  26. SINN FEIN OUTRAGES.

    Armed Sinn Feiners ran amok at Bess Brook, South Armagh, during the night. They shot dead four men and one woman, and wounded two men. All the victims ...

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  27. THE PREMIER'S TRIBUTE.

    "I am very sorry to learn of the death of Sir Robert Philp." the Premier wild on Saturday. "He was prominently identified for many years with the State ...

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  28. NOT SENSATIONAL.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says that though the price paid for the Kalser's memoirs is a record figure, it is only a quarter of what the ...

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  29. TERR[?] TORNADO.

    Twenty persons were killed and 50 injured by a tornado in the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Wisconsin districts. Heavy damage was done to property. ...

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  30. WRECK OF THE EGYPT.

    One hundred Lascars and stewards of the Egypt's crew, who have arrived at Bombay, emphatically deny that they fought with knives aud revolvers to enter ...

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  31. "A WORTHY AND PATRIOTIC CITIZEN."

    At the Albert-street Methodist Church yesterday morning the Rev. Dr. G. E. Rowe referred to the death of the late, Sir Robert Philp, and said that the State ...

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  32. STERILISED MILK.

    An interesting experiment in bringing milk from South Africa has resulted successfully. The milk was sterilised to 300, degrees Fahrenheit by the Danish ...

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  33. SAN FRANCISCO MAIL.

    The Postmaster-General, the Minister, for Works, and Messrs. Roosevelt and Lasker have conferred concerning the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s request for a ...

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  34. GERMAN GOODS.

    Some German goods are being shipped to Australia through Antwerp. These include a few pianos and toys, and also the machinery for Victoria's briquetting ...

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  35. THE NEWS AT TOWNSVILLE.

    News of the death of Sir Robert Philp was received when a meeting of the Royal Society of St. George was in progress. The Mayor (Alderman Green, ...

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  36. BELFAST FIRES.

    A large soap and cadle works in Belfast was destroyed by incendiaries today. The mob took advantage of the fire to loot a number of shops in the locality. ...

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  37. WOOL TRADE.

    At the wool sales there was a fair selection of topmaking sorts. There was improved competition at full late rates. Crossbreds were unchanged. The demand ...

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  38. MISSING DIRECTOR.

    When charged at the Criminal Court, the man who was arrested on Thursday admitted that he was Gerald Bevan, and that he had been living under an assumed ...

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  39. BELGIAN SOCIALIST

    A widespread but unconfirmed rumour is circulating in Paris and Brussels to the effect that the Bolsheviks hae assassinated M. Van Derdele, a leading ...

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  40. A PERSONAL TRIBUTE.

    "The passing of Sir Robert Philp," writes Mr. H. Yeates, removes one of the finest characters our State has known. Though born overseas he was a real ...

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  41. JAPANESE FRANCHISE.

    The "Nippu Jiji" publishes a despatch from Tokio stating that the Prime Minister (Baron Kato) contemplates requesting the Throne to enfranchise all qualified ...

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  42. CHINESE TURKESTAN.

    Colonel Elberton, Consul-General at Kashgar, Chinese Turkestan, the wellknown author and explorer, when interviewed en toute to England on leave, ...

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  43. AMERICAN TARIFF.

    The National Association of Retail Clothoers, caliming that it imports 60 per cent. of the wool consumed by the United States, has inaugurated a ...

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  44. SIR HENRY BARWELL.

    The Premier of South Australia (Sir Henry Barwell) told a correspondent that he had found the need for the co-operation of the ...

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  45. THE QUEST.

    The ship Quest (upon which the late Sir Ernest Shackleton started on his exploratory expedition in 1921) arrived in Table Bay to-day. She will remain for ...

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  46. WIRELESS TELEPHONE.

    In response to a wireless telephone message from the "Cape Argus" station, Commander Wild has sent a wireless message stating that the Rev. Rogers, ...

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  47. DICKENS FELLOWSHIP.

    The Dickens Fellowship has secured an option over the house in which Charles Dickens completed his great work, "Pickwick Papers," and proposes to establish ...

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  48. STEAMER CAPSIZED.

    The Brazihan steamer Avare capsized when coming out of dock and lies in the mud in dull water. Some lives have been lost. ...

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  49. WEST AUSTRALIAN SAWMILLS.

    Sir James [?] before [?] England, declined to negotiate the sale of West Australian State sawmills to a British syndicate. The promoters, he ...

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  50. DIGGERS' UNEMPLOYMENT APPEAL.

    The joint hon. secretaries of the "Diggers" unemployment appeal wish to thank Miss Page and Mr. F. R. Sharp for timely donations ...

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  51. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    The Australian Government agents, Messrs. Yates and Stansbury, have arrived here to take charge of the two M'Brides, who are wanted in Melbourne ...

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  52. FRENCH TRIBUTE TO BRITISH SOLDIERS.

    General Petain has placed a wreath on the Cenotaph on behalf of the French Army. ...

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  53. ALLEGED SMUGGLING.

    David Davis, a passenger from Hamburg, has been charged at Grimsby with having smuggled into the country 100 bottles of cocaine, which were concealed ...

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  54. AUSTRALIAN BOXER

    [?] Burns, the Australian boxer, who recently rescued a cavalry officer from the River Thames, will, on July 1, receive the Royal Humane Society's medal ...

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  55. ALLEGED SUICIDE AT TOWNSVILLE.

    Shortly after midday on Saturday Claude Eggerstadt, residing at 10th Avenue, South Townsville, shot himself in the left side of the head, and died in ...

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  56. TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

    The Trinity College of Music is celebrating its jubilee. The Earl of Shaftesbury, in presiding at the festival dinner, said that the college examined 53,180 ...

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  57. AUSTRALIAN'S SUCCESS.

    The avrangiers list in mathematical tripos at Cambridge includes H. W. Sanders, of Adelaide. ...

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