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  2. THE ALLIES AND THE TURKS.

    The Greek Government has agreed to accept the decisions of the Mudania Convention. The evacuation, of Thrace by the, ...

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  3. IMPERIAL POLITICS.

    Mr. Lloyd George, the Prime Minister, received a rousing reception to-day when he rose at the luncheon given to him by the Reform Club at Manchester. ...

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  4. THE MURDER OF HERR RATHENAU.

    There was a striking episode to-day during the closing scenes of the trial of the prisoners charged with the murder of Berr Rathenau, the German Foreign ...

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  5. IRISH FREE STATE.

    The Irish Free State Government has issued its first White Paper which deals with captured correspondence between do Valera and other prominent ...

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  6. FRUIT TRADE.

    Replying to an inquiry from the Fruit and Produce Exchange of Great Britain (Limited) regarding the causes of "brown heart" in apples, Dr. ...

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  7. INDIA

    On Sunday last a British Indian patrol from Fort Vanette was ambushed by Mahsud) tribesmen between Khirgi and Manza, on the North-West ...

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  8. GEEVESTON LABOUR TROUBLE.

    The conference between the members of the Board of Reference under the timber workers' award to consider the Geeyeston dispute was resumed to-day ...

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  9. 48-HOUR WEEK.

    In the Practice Court before Mr.Jus tice Ewing, on Friday, Mr.F.Lodge (instructed by Messrs Butler, Mcintyre, and Butler) moved on behalf of the ...

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  10. TURKS IN NEUTRAL ZONE.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Constantinople correspondent reports that, whether designedly or accidentally, the Komahsts have broken the Convention ...

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  11. INDIAN STUDENTS.

    The Indian Students' Inquiry Committee, which recently visited India, today recommends the cancellation of the Army Council's regulation debarring ...

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  12. THE SWANSEA TRAGEDIES.

    The domeanour of George Carpenter, under arrest for the murder of Trooper Henderson at Swansea last week, is much the same as when he was received ...

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  13. GENERAL CABLES,

    Miss Ballantyne, fishing yesterday at Glendalvine, on the River Tay, caught a 64lb, salmon after a two hours' struggle. It was the biggest salmon ...

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  14. THE UNREST IN THE PUNJAUB.

    A committee of the non-co-operative movement, which was, investigating alleged police [?] against the Akalis, dispensed last evening, and a ...

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  15. THE MUDANIA CONFERENCE,

    The Greek High Commissioner at Constantinaple has informed the Allied High Commissioners that Greece accepts the Mudania. Covention with the ...

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  16. GOLF.

    Miss Wethored won the final of the English ladies' golf championship at Hunstan[?]on yesterday, defeating Miss Stocker by seven up and six to play. ...

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  17. END OF THE TRIAL.

    The trial of the 13 prisoners for the murder of Herr Rath[?]an was concluded yesterday Techow senior was Soutenced to 15 years' imprisonment. ...

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  18. DEATH FROM BLEEDING GUMS.

    After the extraction of the tooth of a Newcastle resident, aged 24, he slowly bled in death, the bleeding continuing for ten days, despite the doctor's ...

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  19. HELPLESS REFUGEES.

    There are 25,000 refugees awaiting conveyance from Anatolia. The Komalists have given them five days in which to leave, and are threatening ...

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  20. INTERFERENCE WITH WOMEN.

    At the Marlborough-street Police Court to-day Sir Almerie Fitzroy, who has held the position of Clerk of the Privy Council since 189, was found ...

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  21. ENGLISH FOOTBALL

    The following Association football matches were decided in England today: — First League,— Birmingham drew with ...

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  22. REPARATIONS

    The "Journal" says that Sir Edward Bradbury, the British Reparations Commissioner, has proposed that the Commission should grant Germany a now ...

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  23. TROOPER HENDERSON'S FUNERAL.

    The funeral of Trooper Frederick Henderson, who was shot dead at Swansea early last week took place yesterday and was marked by impressive ...

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  24. BRITISH OFFICERS AND THE CIVIL SERVICE.

    The Indian Government recently made an announcement offering sixteen appointments in the Civil Service to surplus officers of the Indian army. In ...

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  25. A NEW RECORD.

    Ted Ray, playing a medal round with [?]arry Vardon, on the Bradford Moor course yesterday, had a score of 66. beating the previous record of 67, held ...

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  26. MATCHES IN AMERICA.

    At Philadelphia yesterday Hagen and Kirkwood the Australian champion golf player, defeated Barnes and Farrell by tour up and three to play in a ...

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  27. CRICKET.

    Maclaren's Marylebone criket team for Australia and New Zealand will play a one day's match at Colombo on the 33rd inst. ...

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  28. BILLIARDS.

    W. Smith and T. Newman, who are playing the first, of a series of billiard matches, each of 16,060 up, have been alternately leading dining the week ...

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  29. SIR EDWARD BRADBURY'S SCHEME.

    I is announced that Sir Edward Bradbury has submitted to the Reparations Commission a comprehensive scheme to enable the German Budget ...

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  30. TENNIS.

    A. H. Fyzee caused a sensation in the, covered courts lawn tennis championship played at the Queen's Club yesterday by beating F. G. Lowe, 7 — 5, ...

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  31. PROHIBITION.

    Mr.H. M.Daugherty, the AttorneyGeneral, has ruled that the sale, or carrying of liquor on all vessels, A[?]rican or foreign, is illegal within the ...

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  32. MASS MEETING OF ENGINEERS.

    A well attended meeting of the Amalgamated Engineers' Union was held at the Trades-hall, yesterday, the president, of the Hobart branch, Mr. G. ...

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  33. CHINESE CIVIL WAR.

    American Marines have landed in Foochow to protect the Nationals there against rebel forces who are attacking the city. ...

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  34. [?]ELBOURNE ART GALLERY.

    The trusteos of the National Gallery have arranged to exhibit for two months the picture of The Madonna and Child, which is a famous example ...

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  35. BEECH CHALLENGES SMITH.

    Reece has challenged Smith or Inman for a 16,000 match for £ 500 a side, stipulating that every scoring stroke, whether off the red or white, is to court ...

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  36. AN EPILEPTIC'S CRIME.

    Mr. Justice Roche, in sentencing Charles Seymour, aged 27, who is an epileptic, to three years' penal servitudo for stabbing a woman in ...

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  37. INMAN DEFEATS FALKINER.

    In a match (16,000 up) between Inman and Falkiner the former went out. with Falkiner's score at 11,225. ...

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  38. THE GERMAN MARK.

    Tho Reichsbank contradicts, an American press statement that Americans have lost 960,000,000 dollars through the collapse of-the mark, ...

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  39. UNEMPLOYED IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    It is officially stated that barely 25 per cent. of the workers in the shipbuilding, engineering, and Allied trades in Glasgow are employed. The ...

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  40. DOUBLE TAXATION.

    Sir Francis Bell, the New Zealand Attorney-General, received a deputation to-day of members of the New Zealand and Australian Agents' ...

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  41. HOBART SHOW.

    The executive commiteee of the Agricultural Show Society and the secretary (Mr.L.N.Murdoeh) were engaged for some hours on the Show ground on ...

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  42. THE S.S. CITY OF HONOLULU.

    The flames on board the American passenger liner City of Honolulu, which Caught on fire 5OO miles to the west of Honolulu on Wednesday, have been ...

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  43. STATEMENT BY MR. McKENNA.

    Mr. Reginald McKenna, formerly Chancellor of the Exchequer and chairman of the London Joint Stock and Midland Bank, who returned to ...

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  44. W.A. BOOTRLAKING INDUSTRY.

    The State Arbitration Court award to cover the bookmaking and repairing industry within fifteen miles of the G.P.O. Perth, for 18 months, provides for a ...

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  45. AVIATION.

    Lieutenant R. L. Maughan, piloting an Anny Curtiss high speed pursuit plane, won the Pulitza serial trophy to-day, travelling 160 miles at 207 miles ...

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  46. FREE FIGHT AFTER A WEDDING.

    At Madrid yesterday a young bride and bridegroom were feturning from their wedding breakfast when two women rushed cut of a side street, and ...

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  47. MR. LLOYD GEOEGE IN AUDIENCE WITH THE KING.

    The King gave Mr. Lloyd George an audience for an hour to-day, when he presented a detailed report on the situation in the Near East. ...

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  48. THE SITUATION REVIEWED.

    Addressing members of the Birmingham Conservative Club to-day, Mr. Austen Chamberlain, the leader of the Government in the House of Commons, said ...

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  49. HOCKEY.

    The Zeehan Ladies' Hockey Club played a match on Saturday, which resulted In a win for Royals, the scores being: — Royals, 6 goals; Exc[?]ors, [?] ...

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  50. HOBART-SYDNEY SERVICE.

    When the steamer Westralia completes the return voyage to Sydney next week she will be withdrawn from the Hobart-Sydney service, and the running ...

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  51. THE FREEDOM OF SALFORD.

    After leaving Manchester Mr. Lloyd George, in the presence of a large audience at Salford, was presented with the freedom of the borough, and there ...

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  52. ANOTHER WORLD FLIGHT.

    The "Pioneer" says it learns that a world flight will be attempted next year, according to Col. Louis Broome, who made a futile trip to Yokohama to ...

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