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  4. PEACE PROBLEMS.

    The Allies have decided, to send an ultimatum to Roumania, declaring that she must comply with their demands, Or they will break off diplomatic relations with ...

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  5. STOP PRESS NEWS.

    The King and Queen of the Belgians will arrive on October 1. They will be the guets of President Wilson. ...

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  6. CHARGE OF WASTE

    Mr. Lloyd George, in replying to the attack of Lord Rothermere (brother of Lord Northcliffe) on Mr. Bonar Law on the score of alleged incapacity of ...

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  7. NAVAL ECONOMIES

    A report is current that Mr. Long, First Lord of the Admiralty, will shortly submit to Cabinet revised, navy estimates to reduce the present expenditure of ...

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  8. CHAMPION PUGILISM

    The fight between' Beckett and McGoorty, in which the latter was knocked out in the seventeenth round, is considered the best heavyweight contest witnessed in ...

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  9. PORT AUGUSTA STRIKES

    The members or the local oranch of the Federated Liquor,Union of Australasia ceased work at 10 o'clock this morning, and the hotels are picketed. The ...

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  10. DIRECT ACTION BALLOT

    The commiitee of enquiry into the unemployment donation recommends the reduction or payment to civilians after 13 weeks as follows:—Men from 20/ to 15/, ...

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  11. THE DAVIS CUP

    The Davis Cup team will leave for Australia at the end of September. It comprises Messrs. Kingscote and Lowe. A third player is to be selected. ...

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  12. THE SINN FEIN

    A sergeant and a constable who were patrolling Lorrha Inst were fired at, and the former was shot dead. The assassin escaped. ...

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  13. ARMY ATHLETICS

    Out of twenty-six persons selected to represent the army in the inter-service championships, in eleven events New Zealand supplied four and Australia five ...

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  14. A WOMAN WARRIOR

    Miss Dorothy Lawrence is publishing a book of war experiences. She states that when, she was in Paris in 1915 she obtained a sappers uniform, with the ...

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  15. ROUMANIA

    The "Echo de Paris" states that as Roumania has not replied to the Allied Notos, the Supreme Council is discussing the adoption of rigorous measures, ...

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  16. THE KOREA

    Advices from Korea state that a bomb was thrown at the Governor-General M. Baito. Twenty persons were wounded, including one American. ...

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  17. PERTURBED EGYPT

    The native newspapers are daily becoming more arrogant. The situation, is again alarming. British troops have been ordered always to carry arms. A party of ...

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  18. WHEAT CLEANING

    There has been some discussion before the Webb Wheat Commission as to the reason why the South Australian Wheat Scheme adopted a system of handling ...

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  19. IMPERIAL CRICKET

    The Australians to-day made 162 runs in the first innings against die South of England team, which had lost 8 wickets for 269 runs, when stumps were drawn. ...

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  20. ENGLISH MASONS

    The Grand Lodge of Freemasons to-day decided, on the motion of the' Duke of Connught, to appeal for funds to the brotherhood throughout the world to erect ...

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  21. THE BOLSHEVIKS

    A reassuring Esthoman official statement has been issued. This states that the front from the west of Pskov to the Gulf of Finland is intact now and well fortified. ...

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  22. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT POOL

    Messrs. Berry, Barclay & Company have joined the Australian Wheat Committee. The Premier (Hon. A. H. Peake), in the House of Assembly on August 27, in ...

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  23. THE SHARE MARKET.

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  24. THE MARRIAGE TIE

    Mr. Justice Buchanan, in the Civil Court on Thursday, continued the hearing of [?]rimonial causes. A Wife's Petition. ...

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  25. THE SHARE MARKET

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  27. Kiev in Danger.

    The anti-Bolsheviks have captured the suburbs of Kiev. ...

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  28. An Offer of Peace.

    It is reported that this Bolsheviks' hare made overtures of peace to Lithuania. ...

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  29. WHEAT SCHEME

    Dr. T. J. Browne, who is appearing 'before the Webb Wheat Commission, on behalf of Messrs. Nicholls and Vardor, manager and secretary respectively of the ...

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  30. Dempsey and Carpentier.

    A message from. Decatur, Illinois, states that Mr. Kearns, manager for Dempsey, who recently defeated Willard for the championship of the world, has announced ...

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  31. A VALUELESS CHEQUE

    In the Adelaide (Police Court on Thursday Robert Hillhouse Wilson-Todd, who was arrsted by Detectives Dedman and Mattin, was charged on remand with having unlawfully obtained 10/ from ...

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  32. FINANCIAL NEWS.

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  33. Bolshevik Admission

    The Bolsheviks admit the loss of the southern outskirt of Kieff. ...

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  34. Kolchak's Headquarters.

    The correspondent of the United Press Association at Copenhagen abates:—It is reported that Admiral Kolchak is moving his headquarters to Irkutsk. ...

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  35. America and Hungary.

    The correspondent of the Newt York "Times" at Washington states that the War Trade Board has announced the immediate resumption, of trade relations ...

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  36. WAR SOUVENIRS

    The Ministry of Munitions is selling at scheduled prices as souvenirs tanks, howitzers, eighteenpounder guns, and other grins, with gun-carriages, and limbers, ...

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  37. THE CRIMINAL COURT

    Richard Duncan Stimson (32) was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment with hard labor, for having in March last forged an order for a railway ticket. ...

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  38. LABOR UNREST

    It is understood that the Government proposes to compel employers to re-engage a minimum of 5 per cent. of their employes from partly disabled war at, full ...

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  39. MINING SHARES.

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  40. AMERICAN FLEET

    The correspondent of the New York "Times" at Ottawa says:—It is announced that Mr. Daniels. Secrotary of the Navy, has accepted an invitation from the ...

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  41. PRICE OF SILVER.

    The price of standard silver has advanced to 5/1 per ounce. Supplies are short and the Chinese have resumed buying. ...

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  42. Canadian Ambitions.

    Sir Robert Borden, in introducing the Bill for the ratification of. the Peace Treaty, emphasised the fact that Canada was the first American democracy to realise ...

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  43. LAW COURTS.

    The case was continued in which Vivian Lewis, Limited, of Gurier-place, proceeded against John Carmichael, of Glen Osmond, for £300 damages, alleged to have been sustained in a collision ...

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  44. TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS.

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  45. GOVERNMENT WORKERS.

    The hearing of the claim of the laborers in the steel and metal industry at Islington was continued before the president of the Government Workers' Tribunal (Mr. T. R. Bright, S.M) on ...

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  46. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

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  47. THE GOVERNOR.

    His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Mr. Legh Wiinser, private secretary, Sir Joseph Verco, and Mr. W. J. Young, returned to Adelaide by the ...

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  48. Police Court—Adelaide.

    John Clark, alias Seville, admitted being an idle and disorderly person. Detective McMahon, who in company with Plain clothes-Constable Cornell, arrested the defendant in Grenfell-street on ...

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  49. Coal for France.

    The modifications an the coal stipulations of the Peace Treaty provide that France shall reoeive ten million tons next half-year instead of 21,500,000 tons. If ...

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  50. A RAPID FLIGHT

    The Air Ministry has announced that a British flying boat Las made a return flight to and from Scandinavia. She flew 2,450 knots in 41 hours. ...

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  53. Treaty' in the Senate.

    It is expected that the Peace Treaty will reach the Senate within a week. ...

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  54. ROWING

    The Commonwealth Bowing Clubb will hold their annual general meeting at tie boatshed on Monday evening next. This club, in the early part of the 1917-l8 season, took over from ...

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  55. President Wilson Hopeful.

    President Wilson has announced his belief that the Peace Treaty will be adopted without any destructive reservations. President Wilson is about to leave on a ...

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  56. ALLEGED SHOPBREAKING.

    The police were informed that during Wednesday night the premises of Messrs. H. Grundy & Co., boot manufacturers, of Rundle-street east, were broken into. An ...

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  57. An American Conference.

    The American National Labor Conference of Employers and Employed, which has bean called by President Wilson, will be hold on October 10. ...

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