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  2. NO PEACE FOR IRELAND.

    Liam Lynch, Chief of Staff of the Republican Army, replying on behalf of his Government and Army Council, says that the proposal by [?], ...

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  3. TREATY WITH TURKS.

    The newspaper "Petit Parisien" states that Ismet Pasha, the principal Turkish delegate, who returned to Angora from the Lausanne Conference ...

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  4. M.C.C.IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    The fourth test match between the Marylebone Cicket Club team and South Africa was commenced to-day. The weather was sunny, and very hot ...

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  5. FRENCH IN THE RUHR

    The Germans have ceased work on the railways throughout the zones occupied by the French and Belgians French troops continue to pour into ...

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  6. BRUCE-PAGE MINISTRY.

    Members, of the new Ministry will held their first Cabinet meeting To-morrow afternoon. The principal matter to be discussed will be the date of the ...

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  7. DEBT FUNDING BILL.

    The House of Representatives to-day passed the Bill introduced by the Administration for the funding of the British debt to the United States. ...

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  8. MINING DISASTERS.

    There seems too little hope of any of the 125 miners entombed as the result of the explosion in a coal mine being rescued alive. The rescue parties sent ...

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  9. EMPIRE EXHIBITION.

    The general manager of the British Empire Trade Exhibition (Mr Wintour), in a special interview with a representative of the Australian Press ...

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  10. SHIPPING.

    The Imperial Shipping Committee's final report on the deferred rebate system, has been released toi publication in Great Britain and Australasia. The ...

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  11. DEVALERA'S ATTITUDE.

    The "Sunday Express'" understands that De Valera intends to accept the terms suggested by Liam Deasy, the former Chief of Staff of the ...

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  12. Explosion at Vancouver Island.

    An explosion occurred to-day in one of the stopes of a mine at Cumberland, Vancouver Island. The cause was defective wiring of a drilling machine. ...

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  13. FINANCIAL RELATIONS.

    Mr.W. T Cosgrave, President of the Dail Eireanu and Minister of Finance, and Mr.P. Hogan, Minister of Agriculture in the Free State ...

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  14. BLEW HIMSELF UP.

    An inquest was held to-day on the body of Walter Anderson, 35 years of ago, a New Zealander, who was blown up by the explesion of a motor used in ...

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  15. FREIGHT RATES.

    The Conference lines to-day announced a material reduction in freight rates from New York to Australian ports. The first-class general cargo rates are ...

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  16. ULSTER THREATENED.

    The Government of Northern Ireland has received information that the Republicans are preparing a great incendiary campaign in Ballast, and the six ...

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  17. SECOND DAY'S PLAY.

    Play was resumed to-day in a very, hot sun, and the glare was trying. Thero was a record early attendance of 10,000. ...

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  18. GERMAN NEWSPAPERS SUSPENDED.

    Twelve German policemen have been arrested for refusing to salute French officers in the Ruhr. Two French soldiers went to Bochum ...

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  19. GENERAL MULCAHY'S APPEAL.

    Speaking in the Dail Eireann today, General Mulcahy, Minister for Defence, and Commander-in-chief of the Free State Army, said that if the rebels ...

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  20. AN AMERICAN WARNING.

    It was stated at the Foreign Office today that the American Commissioner at Smyrna had warned the Angora Government of the gravity or any ...

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  21. CARRIAGE OF APPLES.

    The Australasian section of the London Chamber of Commerce to-day resolved to urge on shipping companies to reduce the freight on apples to 4s. per ...

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  22. SIGNIFICANT ACTS.

    The Turks have extinguished the lights in all lighthouses in the Gulf of Ismid, to which access is forbidden at night time. ...

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  23. POLICY OF OBSTRUCTION.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Morning Post" in a message published to-day, says: To-day 1 attended a meeting of eminent personalities who ...

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  24. SOLD THE REPUBLIC.

    Mr. K. O'Higgins, Minister for Home Affairs m the Free State Government, has issued a statement emphasising that De Valera, the ...

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  25. FRANCO-BELGIAN CO-OPERATION.

    The Prime Minister (M. Poincare) and the Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs (M. Jaspar) have decided that frequent conferences between members of the ...

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  26. BILL REGARDED FAVOURABLY.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that the Senate Finance Committee has reported favourably on the British Debt Bill, after two ...

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  27. PANAMA CANAL DUPLICATION

    Owing to the prohibitive cost of duplicating the Panama Canal by cutting another waterway, as proposed by the United Statos Government, the ...

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  28. IN NORTH-WEST INDIA.

    The situation on the north-west border is exceptionally quiet at present, there being a lull in the raiding along the whole of the frontier. The ...

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  29. DOMINION ACCEPTANCE OF REPORT.

    The High Commissioners of the several Dominions and India, sitting in conference, have unanimously decided to recomrmend the acceptance of Sir ...

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  30. MORE POLISH WORKMEN.

    Eight hundred more Polish workmen are going to the Ruhr at a daily wage of 50,000 marks. Polish enginedrivers earn 18,000 marks per hour. ...

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  31. REPUBLICAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A Republican communique issued today states that the army is stronger than ever, despite the offorts of the Free State troops to undermine ...

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  32. BRITISH ZONE.

    The "Sunday Express" says France has asked Great Britain for authority to pass coal trains from the Ruhr through the British zone to Cologne if a ...

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  33. THE CABLE SYSTEM.

    The British Government is proposing to lay cables between the principal West Indian islands, via Bermuda, including Trinidad and Barbadoes, to Demerara, ...

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  34. THE COUNTRY PARTY.

    Dr. Earie page arrived in Sydney from Melbourne on Saturday, and returned to-night. In an interview he expressed himself as being well pleased ...

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  35. THE GUARANTEE FUND.

    It is stated that the Empire Exhibition guarantee fund has reached a total of £1,200,000, of which sum £700,000 has been spent on the ...

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  36. A MONKEY'S CAPTIVE.

    A remarkable story of simian intelligence to the credit of a small monkey named Caleb is told, the story relating to how the monkey captured a ...

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  37. SYDNEY'S STIRRING SATURDAY NIGHT.

    Saturday night in Sydney never passes without a string of men, who have overestimated their pugilistic ability, needing medical attention. Last night was ...

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  38. PRINCE OF WALES

    The Prince of Wales, while hunting with the Quorn Hunt in Leicestershire, was thrown from his horse. He bruised his face, but otherwise was not ...

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  39. GERMAN MINISTERS EXCLUDED

    The french and Belgian "Governments, in a joint note, have informed the German Government that, as the visit paid by the German Chancellor (Herr Cuno) ...

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  40. ITALIAN MUSIC.

    ed Signor Mascagni to prepare a plau for the best system of State subvention for the encouragement of musical composers. ...

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  41. ARBITRATION ON REPARATIONS

    Prince Max of Baden, in the course of a speech to-day, said that although Germany was no longer morally bound to respect the Versailles Treaty, she ...

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  42. DOMINION LOANS.

    Brokers who deal in Dominion, loaned to-day agreed to reduce their charge for the underwriting of conveision loans to 15s. per cent. The charge for ...

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  43. GERMAN BARQUE WRECKED.

    The German barqne Adolie Vinnen, which was making her maiden voyage from Bremen, has been wrecked off the Lizard, the most southern headland in ...

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  44. SERIOUS DISTURBANCES.

    At Recklinghausen tanks have taken the place of the German police arrested by the French during the recent disturbances. The tanks patroiled the ...

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  45. LOAN FOR GERMANY.

    The Tokio correspondent of the "Chicago Tribune" states that the newspaper "Mainlchl Shimbun," published at Osaka, reports that Germany has asked ...

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  46. ECHO OF DIVORCE CASE.

    The King's Proctor intervened today in a strange diverce case. In 1921 George Lantsberry, a schoolmaster, obtained a decree nisi, the co-respondent ...

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  47. EVACUATION OF MEMEL.

    It is understood that the head of the Provisional Government at Memel has succeeded in persuading his force of Irregulars to evacuate the city. ...

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  48. EGYPTIAN POLITICS.

    The resignation of the Egyptian Cabinet, tendered on the question of the sovereignty of the Soudan, has been accepted by the King of Egypt. ...

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  49. ACTOR IN TROUBLE.

    Hugh Chilman Buckler, an actor 40 years of age, who his been playing a leading part in "Decameron Nights" at Drury-lane Theatre, was again ...

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  50. COAL DELIVERIES.

    The Dusseldorf correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says: If the French had not occupied the Ruhr Valley they would have received over ...

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  51. A WORLD DANGER.

    Sir John Simon, speaking at Rochdale, said he feared that in occupying the Ruhr France had more than mere reparations in view. Her action was ...

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  52. MCGREGOR BANK FAILURE.

    The War Office, believing that some of the sufferers from the failure of the McGreger bank may be resident in Australia, reminds them that claims to ...

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  53. TASMANIA'S INTERESTS.

    Senator J.D. Millen, replying to the toast, "Federal and State Parliaments," at a smoke social given by the Chamber of Manufactures last night, said the ...

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  54. WEST AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION.

    The agreement entered into between the Imperial Government and the Government of West Australia, under which the two Governments are to ...

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  55. AUSTRALIA AND THE PACIFIC

    "Australia's Policy in the Pacifie" was the subject of an address by Sir Joseph Cook, High Commissioner for Australia, at a meeting of the ...

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  56. BOCHUM AFFRAY.

    The Berlin correspondent of the Central News says a French soldier was killed in the Bochum affray, and the French command has ordered the town ...

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  57. POLISH [?] MURDERED.

    Bishop George, the head of the Orthodox Church in Poland was shot dead to-day by an abbott who chimed that it was an act revenge for the ...

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  58. LABOUR MANIFESTO.

    The independent Labour Party has issued a manifesto setting out the plans of the party for the replacement of we policy of inaction adopted by the ...

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  59. ITALIAN WAK CIIIEF

    The War and Marine Commission has proposed to grant a special pension to General Count Luigi Cadorna, who was chief of the Italian general ...

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  60. ITALY SATISFIED.

    The Premier (Signor Mussolini), speaking in the Chamber of Deputies to-day, stated that Italy had not suffered by the Ruhr crisis. They ...

    Article : 56 words
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