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  2. THE PRINCE.

    Large crowds welcomed the Prince at Parramatta on route to Windsor to-day. The southern mail train, which preceded the Royal train on the run to ...

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  3. MELBOURNE STRIKE.

    The compulsory conference in connection with the gas workers' strike was resumed before Mr. Justice Higgins this afternoon. ...

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  4. THE TURF.

    The final acceptances for the "double" at Rosehill on Saturday next are: Flying--Amberdown, Coolstene, Aries, Nautch Girl, Volpi, Bimeter, Willie ...

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  5. SOLDIER SETTLEMENTS.

    When the Public Service Board resumed its inquiry into the Soldiers' Settlements to-day, Mr. Mack. attended and said he had received a letter from ...

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  6. NEWS OF THE WORLD.

    The United States Chamber of Commerce has predicted that the United States winter wheat crop will exceed half a million bushels. ...

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  8. IRELAND'S WAR

    Fierce fighting occurred in the night time over a wide area at Londonderry. St. Columbia's Catholic College was attacked by rifle fire with numerous ...

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  9. WIRELESS STRIKE DECLARED OFF.

    The Operators' Executive announces that the wireless strike has been called off owing to the grave dislocation of the country's shipping, and the operators are ...

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  10. AND STILL HE SMILED.

    Barriers were erected at the Central Station this morning when the Royal train left for Windsor, but that did not prevent a big crowd congregating on the ...

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  11. Looting and Fighting.

    Unionists and Nationalist volunteers erected barricades and surmounted by sandbags, over which they are fiercely fighting, while troops, less than 100 ...

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  12. Grand National Hurdles and Steeples.

    The following first acceptances were received to-day for the Grand National Hurdles to be run on July 3rd: Will Comfort, Shadow Dancer, Beltane, ...

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  13. S.A. GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Premier has announced to the Assembly that Prince Arthur of Connaught has been appointed to succeed Lord Buxton as Governor-General of the Union. ...

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  14. How It Is Regarded by Sydney Unionists

    It was officially stated at the Sydney branch of the Engine-drivers and Firemen's Federation to-day that the Sydney to fight for more pay ...

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  15. RUSSIA.

    Mr. Snowdon has returned from Russia. In an interview he declared that Soviet Russia has nothing to teach Western Europe. She is convinced that ...

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  16. Dead and Wounded in the Streets.

    Despite official assurances of quietude at Londonderry, correspondents report that many dead and wounded are lying in the streets as the result of the ...

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  17. TO MEASURE AND READY MADE.

    Adopting, the recommendations the Fair Profits Commission [?]Victorian Executive Council [?] proclaimed the minimum profit that may be made upon ...

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  18. WAR OBLIGATIONS.

    M. Marsal, Minister for Finance, in an interview regarding the German reparation payments, said the Allies could not furnish Germany, with particulars of ...

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  19. FOOTBALL.

    The following will repersent Blues B v. [?] at Cundgen on Saturday: Forwards H. Hungerford, A. A. Budd, J. [?] O'Connor, F. Towie, T. Piper; ...

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  20. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    A very pleasant evening was spent- at the Imperial Hall last evening when a large number of members of the congregation' of St. Andrew's Presbyterian ...

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  21. Early Vigorous Action Expected.

    Vigorous action is expected at Londonderry when reinforcements arrive. Mr. Arthur Griffiths, acting Sinn Fein President, interviewed, said that if Mr. ...

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  22. U.S. PRESIDENCY.

    Interviewed, Secretary Colby said: I have had many conferences with the [?] but we did not discuss the [?] candidates for the ...

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  23. PAPUAN REVENUE.

    During the last nine months the revenue of Papua has fallen short of the expenses to the extent pf £4,895, but the credit balance of £14,542 remains out ...

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  24. Fighting Area Extended.

    The fighting has extended to new areas, with a hundred casualties. The firing is increasing and snipers are busy on the house tops. There was serious, fighting ...

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  25. Cool Quarters.

    The San Francisco Exposition Auditorium, which can seat 10,000 persons, will house the Democratic Convention. The Chicago Coliseum contained 14,000, but ...

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  26. NAVAL DOCKYARDS.

    Some time ago, in order to expeditiously overcome any disagreements that may arise between the Federal Government and its civilian employees, ...

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  27. BRITAIN'S BREAD.

    In the House of Commons to-day. the Minister for Finance stated' that in response to the Australian Government's request for facilities for the export of ...

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  28. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    Recently the Commonwealth Government invited applications from persons possessing the necessary qualifications for appointment as Administrator of ...

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  29. FIRST TEST MATCH.

    The Rugby League officials of Sydney received a shock this afternoon on receiving a telegram from the selectors in Brisbane, which announced that ...

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  30. A Surrounding Movement.

    It is understood that the Government has decided to surround Londonderry. ...

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  31. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    In compliance with the request of the Prime Minister the date on which the Premiers' Conference is to be resumed has been extended until July 16. It was ...

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  32. IN THE AIR.

    The "Financial News" on the question of the Queensland leases being thrust into considerable prominence, says there is reason to believe that the ...

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  33. SCARBOROUGH LABOR CONFERENCE.

    The Scarborough Labor Conference passed a resolution demanding the revision of the Peace Treaty, which violated the principles for which the war ...

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  34. MELBOURNE TO BATHURST.

    The Mayor of Bathurst left Melbourne by aeroplane to-day under Flight Commander Johnston direct for Bathurst, which he expects to reach in five hours. ...

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  35. EMPIRE UNITY.

    Sir James Allen, speaking before the Victoria League at the Guild Hall, warmly repudiated the suggestion that New Zealand does not welcome British wives. ...

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  36. A CARPET SNAKE.

    Banalbo residents are not often treated to too much excitement, but on Wednesdays last a 6ft. carpet snake put in an appearance and startled the calm of that ...

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  37. AUCKLAND GASWORKERS.

    The Auckland gasworkers have decided to strike to morrow, demanding an all round increase of 12 per week. The company offers 10, and points out that ...

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  38. A Forced Landing.

    The aeroplane conveying the Mayor of Bathurst was compelled to land in Victoria. The machine was damaged. ...

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  39. BUSH GOVERNESS [?]

    One of the most interesting letters received concerning the State Loan came to hand last week, when the State Treasurer received a letter from a governess ...

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  40. COAL AND COAK.

    A statement concerning the alleged high profits made by the retailers of coal and coke was made by the Chairman of the Necessary Commodities Commission ...

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  41. PRISONERS' SPECIAL DINNER.

    Under the direction of the acting Minister for Justice prisoners in all gaols were treated to a special dinner yesterday in honor of the Prince's birthday. ...

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  42. FEDERAL CABINET.

    During the next few days the seat of the Federal Government, which during the Royal visit to New South Wales has been temporarily located in Sydney, will ...

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  43. GERMAN POLITICS

    A Berlin message states that a hitch has arisen in the formation of the Cabinet. The Plural Socialists refuse to support the Government, therefore whether ...

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  44. MINERS' WOMEN FOLK.

    A largo and enthusiastic meeting at Newcastle passed a resolution unanimously complimenting the mine workers' womenfolk at Broken Hill on their ...

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  45. N.Z. RAILWAY WORKERS.

    A new agreement has been Arrived at between the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants and the Engineers, Firemen and Cleaners' Association as a ...

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  46. ATTEMPTED POISONING CHARGE.

    The charge against Elizabeth Wool- bridge of having maliciously attempted to administer. arsenic poison to her husband, Francis Woolridge, with intent to ...

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  47. COMMONWEALTH SHIPBUILDING.

    It is announced that Mr. H. W. churchin, Chief Executive Officer of Commonwealth Ship Construction, has definitely decided to terminate his ...

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  48. TONGA QUEEN'S LOSS.

    The Tonga Queen lost jewels valued at £15,000 in the wreck of the ketch [?] at Kaapai. ...

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  49. CONFECTIONERY WORKS IN TASMANIA.

    Preparations are being made for the erection of a factory, at Claremont for Cadburys, Frys. and Cassels' English confectionery firms. ...

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