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  4. MAY BE INVOLVED

    Some anxiety is felt as to the position of British troops arriving in Upper Silesia, as the Polish insurgents apparently established their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 216 words
  5. STUDENTS' TOWN

    After one day's vacation the Australian Eleven resumed their lectures on the faculty of cricket at the Cambridge University on Fenner's Ground ...

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  6. FIRST ENGLISH CENTURY

    The Australians began their tenth match to-day against Cambridge. The weather was fine, with a tendency to be unsettled, and the attendance was ...

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  7. BRITISH COAL CRISIS

    While the miners' executive councils are still passing resolutions against the Government's latest offer, there are unmistakable signs that the end of the struggle is approaching. The removal of the embargo placed ...

    Article : 466 words
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  9. LEIPZIG TRIALS

    A message from Leipzig states that the third trial in the war criminal cases, that of Robert Neumann, a sentry working at a camp at a ...

    Article : 207 words
  10. TENNIS AT PARIS

    A message from Paris states that a feature of to-day's play in the tennis championships was the sensational doubles match, in which the ...

    Article : 122 words
  11. Hurt at Skating Rink

    John Reid, of Hayes-street, Mascot, fell and injured his head at the Centennial Skating Rink last night. The Eastern Suburbs Ambulance took him ...

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  12. CAMBRIDGE'S HISTORIC CRICKET GROUND

    Fenner's Ground, at Cambridge, where the University plays most of its home matches. No doubt it is the scene of the present game. It is not only the best playing field locally, but it provides the best accommodation for spectators. The illustration is from a photograph by Mr. E. J. Long, who was there a year ago as a member of the A.I.F. team. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

    The German Foreign Minister (Dr. Wirth), speaking in the Reich-stag, foreshadowed wholesale increased [?]sation excepting upon ...

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  15. HARDING'S FEELERS

    It is learned that President Harding has issued informal feelers to the world powers towards a discussion of the disarmament question. ...

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  16. COMMODORE GLOSSOP

    Commodore Glossop, who was in command of H.M.A.S. Sydney when the German raider Emden was destroyed, has been appointed to ...

    Article : 139 words
  17. WAGE REDUCTIONS

    A message from Chicago states that railway wages throughout the United Stales have been reduced by on average of 12 per cent. ...

    Article : 41 words
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