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  2. INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA TO CEASE

    After months of Labor agitation the British Government has yielde, and is now evacaatin British [?]roops from Russia. It is a great victory for international Labor, in which Australian Labor can claim its share, and a very great triumph for ...

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  3. R 34’s TRIP

    ST. JOHN’S (Newfoundland), Friday 7.15 a.m.—R34 has arrived 1134 reports from [?] all well ...

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  4. FISTIC CHAMPIONSHIP CHANGES HANDS

    TOLEDO (Ohio), Friday.—The temperature was 112 leg. at the ringside when Dempsey and Willard arrived. There was a huge crowd, and ...

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  5. GERMAN REPUBLIC

    PARIS, Friday. — The Weimar National Assembly read a second time Constitution Bill. The first clause Constitution declares that the ...

    Article : 46 words
  6. ARMY ROWING

    LONDON, Friday.—The racing at Healey-on-Thames was resumed today with the following results.— KING’S CUP. ...

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  7. CALLS FOR ASSISTANCE.

    BOSTON, Saturday, 8.55 a.m.—R34 reports that she is in distress, and asks for assistance and a warship to tow her. ...

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  8. HIGH COMMAND DISSOLVED.

    LONDON, Friday. — The German High Command at Kolberg has been; dissolved. Marshal Von Hindenburg was enthusiastically farewelled. ...

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  9. TWO DESTROYED DESPATCHED

    WASHINGTON. Saturday, a.m. [?] merely running short of fuel, and has asked for the assistance of a warship in case the headwind ...

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  10. ENEMY IN DEFEAT.

    BERLIN, Friday.—The “Kreuz Zeitung” says that General Groner has been appointed to wind up affairs on eastern frontier. Several German ...

    Article : 35 words
  11. FUEL NEARLY EXHAUSTED.

    BOSTON. Saturday. 1.25 p.m.—R34 is continuing her voyage. Her fuel is nearly exhausted. ...

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  12. HANDLEY-PAGE SETS OUT.

    HARBOR GRACE (Newfoundland). A Handley-Page machine has started for Atlantic City. ...

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  13. Hughes— Pariah

    LONDON, Friday.—The Australian soldiers save a luncheon to Mr. Hughes the War Chest’s Club. The speakers declared that Mr. Hughes had left ...

    Article : 211 words
  14. COMPELLED TO DESCEND.

    HALIFAX, Saturday.— The Handley-Page, en route from Newfoundland New York, was forced to descend P[?]borough. Nova Scotia, ...

    Article : 32 words
  15. WHY THE WITHDRAWAL?

    LONDON, Friday.—The Australian. Press Association learns that all British troops in North Russia and [?] will be withdrawn by September ...

    Article : 40 words
  16. OTHER ROWING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 57 words
  17. DIRIGIBLE EXPLODES.

    NEW YORK, Thursday.—The New York “Times” Baltimore correspondent says that the navy. dirigible C8, which landed here on its way to ...

    Article : 76 words
  18. A WOMAN’S IMPRESSIONS.

    Louise Bryant, who is an editor of “McCall’ s Magazine,” was a war correspondent for several American newspapers. She saw the whole of the ...

    Article : 633 words
  19. AUSTRALIA LEAD THROUGHOUT.

    In the King’s Cup Australia led throughout. In the Hambleden pairs final Trinity (Cambridge) beat Wattle Club. In the Leander Cup final ...

    Article : 29 words
  20. Allowed To Starve

    LONDON, Tuesday. — Sir Douglas Haig, giving evidence before the Pensions-Select Committee, strongly condemned the treatment of ex-officers, ...

    Article : 102 words
  21. Collision At Sea

    LONDON, Friday.—The Themistocles, on the voyage from London to Sydney, collided -with and sank, the Norwegian barque Edderside, bound ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. SUBMARINED!

    LONDON, Sunday. — Mr. Hughes entertained the trades union leaders at dinner at the Savoy. The guests Included Messrs Appleton, Havelock ...

    Article : 158 words
  23. PHYSICAL COMPARISON.

    Here is a physical comparison of Dempsey and Willard. Willard’s measurement were taken when he was in fighting [?] ...

    Article : 525 words
  24. Trouble At flame

    ROME Friday .—Fresh disturbances are reported from Frume. The mob attacked French soldiers. Anglo Italians intervened. Turmoil ...

    Article : 47 words
  25. DENIKINE’S CLAIM.

    LONDON, Friday.— General Denikine took 10,000 prisoners when, [?] captured Tsaritsan. ...

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  26. War Memorial

    LONDON, Saturday. — Cabinet has approved of Mr. Lloyd George’s proposal to erect a great catafalque at Whitehall, opposite Downing street ...

    Article : 62 words
  27. BOXERS DESCRIBED.

    After an Interval of five years a newcomer wears the crown in the world of [?] Jeas Willard became champion through his victory ...

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  28. ONE DAY STRIKE.

    PARIS, Friday—Workmen in France and Italy have now agreed on a one day’s strike on July 21 to protest against intervention in Russia. ...

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  29. BANQUETED BY ROYALTY.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The King and Queen tendered a luncheon to Mr. Hughes at Buckingham .Palace. ...

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  30. Australia Wheat

    LONDON, Friday.—Mr.. Hughes has sold a million tons of wheat at 5/6 per bushel. Mr. Hughes said the sale was ...

    Article : 62 words
  31. D. O. R. A. Revived

    LONDON, Saturday. — The newspapers protest that the text of the Bill ratifying the peace Treaty gives the Government unlimited powers ...

    Article : 64 words
  32. Revolution In Peru

    LIMA (Peru), Friday. — A revolution has broken out, and the President Peru and the Cabinet are in prison. ...

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  33. Income Tax Exemption

    LONDON, Saturday. — Mr. Austen Chamberlin, [?]g to a deputation from the Labor Triple Alliance, refused to raise the Income Tax ...

    Article : 49 words
  34. MR. HUGEHS, K.C.

    LONDON, Saturday.—At the King’s desire Mr. Hughes has been admitted to the English Bar and created King’s Counsel . ...

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  35. Question Of Boundaries

    LONDON, Friday.—Lord Bryce and Lord Crewe, in a letter to the newspapers, urge the Peace Conference to commissions impartially to ...

    Article : 60 words
  36. MR. HUGHES A& WHEAT FACTOR.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The Acting Prime Minister to-night confirmed the cabled sale of 1,000,000 tons of Australian f a.q. wheat of 1917-18,1918-19, ...

    Article : 177 words
  37. BANQUET TO DELEGATES.

    PARIS, June 27. — President Poincare banqueted the, peace delegates and overseas representatives at the Palace Elysees to celebrate the ...

    Article : 155 words
  38. British Oil Deposits

    LONDON. Saturday.—“The Times” states that Major-General Moncrieff late Director of Foi[?]ns and Works asserts that there is sufficient ...

    Article : 63 words
  39. Awfully Good Of Him

    LONDON, Friday. — The Prince of Wales attended the Australian soldiers’ concert at the Aldych Theatre afternoon. He was greeted with ...

    Article : 56 words
  40. JOHNSON-WILLARD AFFAIR.

    From the New York “Evening World” of March 18: “Despite the preponderance of evidence to the contrary, there as still ...

    Article : 227 words
  41. Home Rule All Round

    LONDON, Friday— Mr. W[?] Astor, speaking in the House of Commons announced that the Government had appointed a convention to ...

    Article : 70 words
  42. INVITATION TO CARPENTIER.

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.— The new National American Sporting Club has cabled to Carpentier, offering a match here with Dempsey after the ...

    Article : 45 words
  43. RATIFYING THE TREATY.

    PARIS, Friday.—A one-clause Bill has been introduced into the Chamber Deputies to ratify the Peace Treaty. ...

    Article : 21 words
  44. Women’s Emancipation Bill

    LONDON, Friday.—The Government as defeated on the third reading of the Women’s Emancipation Bill, providing that women shall not be ...

    Article : 103 words
  45. In Mesopotamia

    LONDON, Saturday. — The War Office states that Major-General Fraser, with British and Indian troops, carried out a successful- operation, ...

    Article : 66 words
  46. OFFER TO THE WINNER.

    NEW YORK, Thursday—The United Press Association’s London correspondent says that Promoter Cochran has cabled Willard and Dempsey, offering ...

    Article : 76 words
  47. GERMANS RATIFY TO-DAY.

    COPENHAGEN, Friday.—The Gorman Cabinet has discussed, the ratification of the Peace Treaty, which the National Assembly will adopt on July ...

    Article : 45 words
  48. Respecting Mandates

    LONDON, Friday— Mr. Hughes had a lengthy interview with Mr. Lloyd George respecting mandates. Imperial relations and reparations and ...

    Article : 47 words
  49. FRANCE’S DAY.

    PARIS, June 21.—The Government has fixed July 14 as the date for the celebration of the Allied victory ...

    Article : 25 words
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