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  2. GERMANY'S GOOD FAITH.

    In a statement to the foreign journalists to-night the German Chancellor, Dr. Luther, replied to the accusations made against Germany by tho French Prime ...

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  3. MELBOURNE TOWN HALL ON FIRE

    As the result of a spectacular outbreak of fire during the early hours of yesterday morning, the concert hall of Melbourne's Town Hall was destroyed. The ...

    Article : 564 words
  4. TURKEY AND GREECE

    A Message from Constantinople states that the Greek Patriarch has been expelled by the Government, and has left for Salonika. ...

    Article : 160 words
  5. WEEK-END ACCIDENTS.

    Bewildered while on a level crossing at Croydon on Saturday afternoon a resident of the locality was struck and killed by an electric train. Her name is:— ...

    Article : 465 words
  6. TRAIN BLOWN OFF RAILS.

    An extraordinary railway disaster occurred lost night in Ireland, when a train wag blown over an embankment near Cresslough, Donegal. Four passengers were ...

    Article : 214 words
  7. SUSSEX MURDER.

    Norman Thorne, the Sussex Poultry farmer who is charged with having murdered his fiancee, Elsi Cameron, a young typist, whose dismembered body was ...

    Article : 407 words
  8. Concert Hall Doomed.

    "The fire was attacked from several' points," said Deputy Chief Wilkins. "The seat of the outbreak was soon located in the main ball, and we instantly determined ...

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  9. THE RUSSO—JAPANESE TREATY

    The diplomatic correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says:— "Despite the friendly declarations of the Tokio Parliament toward Great Britain ...

    Article : 71 words
  10. BAD YEAR FOR IRELAND

    According to a telegram from Tulsk (Roscommon), this is considered to be—the hardest year experienced in Ireland since the famine in black '47. There is ...

    Article : 100 words
  11. DISTURBED MOROCCO.

    Native reports received from Tangier State that Abdelkrim,the Riff leader in Morocco, has completely defeated Raisuli, the famous brigand chief, who was not ...

    Article : 143 words
  12. THE FUTURE OF EGYPT.

    In the course of his speech at Birmingham last night, Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, referred to the forthcoming elections in Egypt. He ...

    Article : 143 words
  13. TRAM FATALITIES.

    On Saturday afternoon William Lever, 62 years of 263 Glenlyon-road, Brunswick, while attempting to cross Lygonstreet, Carton, stepped from behind a ...

    Article : 88 words
  14. YOUNG AUSTRALIANS.

    A contingent of 140 Australian public school boys arrived at Southampton on board the steamer Jervis Boy for a tour of Great Britain and the Continent under ...

    Article : 370 words
  15. A WOMAN KILLED.

    Huncled to the roadway by an electric from car at clen hunty—road, Elstern wick, on Thursday Night, Mrs. Wingifred M' Kenzie, 34 years, of Hopetown-street. ...

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  16. THE RUINED HALL.

    Gaunt plasterless pillars, surrounded by on extended heap of charred debris and twisted iron work, flanked by bare brick and stone walls, surmounted by eleven ...

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  17. A RAILWAY ARMY RESERVE.

    Though he denies any knowledge of the action of the army authorities in conjunction with the railway companies for the recruitment of railway reservists in a ...

    Article : 257 words
  18. Excitement at Coffee Palace.

    There was some excitement at the Victoria Coffee Palace when the guests' slumbers were disturbed by the alarm of "fire next door." There was a move by ...

    Article : 361 words
  19. MOTORING ACCIDENTS.

    Rasing a motor cycle at the intersection of Mitford and Milton Streets, St. Kilda, early last evening, Miss Dorothy Dixon, 21, single, of 16 Chaucer—street, St. Kilda, ...

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  20. MR. PAGE AT NEW ORLEANS

    Interviewed at New Orleans by a representative of the Australian Frees Association, Mr. Earl Page, the Commonwealth Treasurer, said that the exports ...

    Article : 223 words
  21. THE ALARM.

    Flaring up with startling suddenness, the fire soon spread from one end of the main hall to the other. One of the first persons to discover the blaze was Senior ...

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  22. ANOTHER MOTOR CYCLE AND CAR COLLISION.

    Following a collision between a motor car and motor cycle in Balaclava yesterday afternoon Samuel Nightingale, 40, of Regent—street, Elstern wick, was brought to ...

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  23. TWO PASSENGERS INJURED.

    SYDNEY.— Following a collision between a motor car and a motor cycle and side car at Croydon on Saturday, Mir. and Mrs. Reynold Allen, of Croydon, ...

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  24. SAFEBREAKERS SURPRISED.

    Four indn named Dennis Harris, John James; Edward Wood and John Russell, were sentenced at Old Bailey on Friday for breaking into the promises of a ...

    Article : 205 words
  25. THE FIGHT FOR PEACE.

    Mr. Kellogg, United States Ambassador to Great Britain, who will succeed Mr. Hughes as Secretary of State, was entertained at a farewell dinner last ...

    Article : 117 words
  26. BRITISH LIBERAL PARTY.

    The National Liberal convention has adopted a proposal to form a £ 1,000,000 fighting. fund for the purpose, inter alia, of contesting every sent at the next ...

    Article : 170 words
  27. Knocked Down by Motor.

    A boy of about ten' years, named Mervin Henry, had a marvellous escape from serious injury on Saturday morning. A fourseater motor car stopped with the ...

    Article : 252 words
  28. HIGH WHEAT PRICES.

    Reviewing the week's remarkable ,total of 80 wheat cargo sales, a trade journal, the "Grain Reporter," alludes to resales, and mentions a profit of 191/2d per quarter ...

    Article : 337 words
  29. FIRE CHIEF'S COMMENT.

    Discussing the fire yesterday, the chief officer (Mr. H. B. Lee) said that the brigade received a call by street fire alarm about the wine time as the watchman on ...

    Article : 416 words
  30. INTERNATIONAL TENNIS.

    The United States Lawn Tennis Association has received an invitation from the Australian association to send a team to Australia after this year's Davis Cup ...

    Article : 279 words
  31. A LANCASHIRE ESTATE.

    Two brothers, Alexander and John Horrocks, came to England from Fremantle in August to prosecute their claim to a large entailed estate at Wigan ...

    Article : 146 words
  32. INTERNATIONAL DEBTS.

    Responding to the statement by the new French Ambassador, M. Emile Desschner, that the material debts of the nations, as well as their debts of gratitude, ...

    Article : 115 words
  33. CAR CAPSIZES.

    SYDNEY.—Four people were pinned under a motor car which capsized at Bexley on Saturday. The names of the injured persons, who were taken to hospital, ...

    Article : 74 words
  34. Statement by Lord Mayor.

    Interviewed at the Town Hall yesterday morning, the Lord Mayor (Cr. Brunton) said that he received advice of the fire at 3 a.m. Immediately he hurried ...

    Article : 156 words
  35. ACCIDENT AT BRIGHTON.

    A collision between Two motor car occurred on Saturday afternoon at the junction of New-street and Cramer-street, Brighton, In one of the cars were Mr. ...

    Article : 87 words
  36. Advertising

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  37. ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL.

    The fund opened by the "Times" for renovation to St. Paul's Cathedral now amounts of £ 211,504, of which £ 4565 was subscribed today. The List included a ...

    Article : 51 words
  38. THE OPIUM TRAFFIC.

    The League of Nations conference, which is dealing with the opium traffic, has adopted Lord Cecil's proposal to create a permanent committee to supervise the ...

    Article : 42 words
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