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  4. WESTERN SAMOA.

    In regard to Western Samoa, the mandatory's report for the year ending March 31, 1923, had been received too late for consideration. It was hoped ...

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  5. JAPANESE MANDATE.

    Dealing with the islands, of the Japanese mandate, the report says that the general form of the Japanese report greatly assisted the Commission's ...

    Article : 203 words
  6. EMPIRE DEVELOPMENT.

    The "Nation," commenting on the address of Mr. Bruce (Prime Minister of Australia) on the Empire Development Union, says: There is danger in ...

    Article : 226 words
  7. NORMAN LINDSAY'S PICTURES.

    The "Evening Standard" gives prominence to an interview which its representative had to-day with [?]r. Elliott Gruner, the New South Wales artist, ...

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  8. GREAT BRITAIN AND RUSSIA.

    The British Government has notified its representative in Moscow that it has withdrawn its objection to the appointment of M. Rakovsky, as the head ...

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  9. PLOT IN HUNGARY.

    The police at Buda Pesth, the capital of Hungary, have arrested 20 members of Magyar associations on a charge of recruituig for the formation of secret ...

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  10. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    At its opening sittings to-day the Council of the League of Nations received the report of the third session of the Permanent Mandates ...

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  11. NEW GUINEA.

    The report stated that the Commission, in collaboration with the High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Joseph Cook), had considered the Australian ...

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  12. AMERICAN LABOUR.

    While the trade union union leaders and the coal-mine operators in Pennsylvanis were conffering in an endeavour to reach an agreement on a new wage ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. DISASTER IN DENMARK.

    It was reported this morning that the island of Man[?] of West Bleswig, had been completely submerged owing to the collapse of a dam. The fate of the ...

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  14. LANDSLIDE IN HONGKONG.

    Recent torrential rains in Hongkong caused a big landslide at a portion of the public gardens, and several hundred tons of earth crashed down ...

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  15. GENERAL CABLES.

    Mr. Elliott Gruner, the New South Wales painter, has aranged for an exhibition of works by Australian artists, opening at the Royal Academy on ...

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  16. BOXING.

    At New York last night, Harry Grob became tne middleweight boxing champion of the world by defeating Johnny Wilson in a 15-round bout, in which ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. BIG INCREASES DEMANDED.

    With the miners and operators accepting only partially Senator Pinchot's plan for a settlement of the coal dispute over 50,000 miners have suspended ...

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  18. BRITISH TRADE OUTLOOK.

    Mr. W. A. Appleton, the secretary of the General Federation of Trade Unions, and British correspondent of the International Federation of Trade ...

    Article : 185 words
  19. NOT A THREAT OF WAR.

    At a public sitting of the council of the League held this morning the Speretary-General announced the receipt of the documents in connection with the ...

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  20. ADMINISTRATION OF NAURU.

    The report of the Commission on the administration of Nauru expresses satisfaction that the documents submitted to it enabled it to more completely ...

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  21. THEATRICAL.

    Miss lrene Browne, the actress, has resigned her part in the Eastern play "Hassen" at His Majesty's Theatre, owing to disagreement with the ...

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  22. FEARED LOSS OF LIFE.

    AS a resuit Of a huricane the harvest has, been practically destroyed, and coin, dead cattle, timber, farnmig plant, and furniture are drifting where ...

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  23. YOUNG STOWAWAY.

    Alec Stewart, a seif-possessed Australian boy, aged 11 ytars, has arrived at Durba: as a stowaway on the steamer Ballarat, having run away from his ...

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  24. THAWING IN ARCTIC.

    The Norwegian Captain Wiktor Arnesen, who has just returned fron, the Arctic, claims to have discovered an island 12 miles in circumference ...

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  25. QUEEN OF HOLLAND.

    Queen Wilhelinina, of Holland,[?]elebrated her birthday to-day, and inaugurated a series of fetes in connection with her silver jubilee. A feature ...

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  26. ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

    A message received in London from Tromso, in Norway, states that the geophysical expedition. which left in, July last en route to Janmaven Island ...

    Article : 69 words
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