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  2. Advertising

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  4. DE VALERA'S MISGIVINGS

    De Valera has replied to Mr. Lloyd George's Invitation to a conference with Sir James Craig and the Government In London. He states that he desires peace, but does not see how It can be realised If Ireland is denied a republic. ...

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  5. CLEARING THE GROUND

    "Mr. Hughes had no chance yesterday of getting off his speech. The conference lasted only 75 minutes," says "The Times," "which was mostly ...

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  6. GREEKS RETREAT

    The correspondent of "The Times" at Constantinople states that the Greeks have evacuated Ada-Bazar and Sabanja, after fighting, and are now ...

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  7. "MIGHT CHANGE LUCK"

    "One did not expect that Tennyson would be offered the captaincy," says "The Times," "but something had to be done in the hope of ...

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  8. Lionel H. Tennyson.

    Who will be the captain of the English team in the test match to start on Saturday next. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. "ONLY AN ONLOOKER"

    The Japanese Navy Department has no comment to make on the decision of the United States Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Denby, to station the latest ...

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  10. ABORIGINAL PATRIOT

    The correspondent of "The Times" at Burne states that an Australian aboriginal, Anthony Martin Fernando, who is Reeking support for his ...

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  11. RUSSIAN REFUGEES

    A message from Geneva says that the Council of the League of Nations has decided to create a High Commissariat to deal with repatriation, or ...

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  12. INDIAN EXCHANGE

    The Indian exchange market continued steady to-day. Telegraphic transfers were quoted at 1s 3 11-32d and three months bills at la 3[?]d to ...

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  13. COAL STRIKE

    It is officially announced that the coal strike has been definitely settled. ...

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    Meeting of unemployed outside the Trades Hall this morning. There were about 500 present. The speaker, shown in the picture is Mr. George Waite, who addressed the men as "out-of-works" and "stiffs." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. FIREMEN ON STRIKE

    The police and firemen in the old city of Quebec struck on Saturday for higher salaries. This morning a fire destroyed three residences, the ...

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  16. HUMORIST'S DEATH

    The death of the racehorse Humorist (the Derby winner) was most sudden. He was exercised at Wantage in the morning, and fed well, being ...

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  17. MAKING TROUBLE

    A message from Vladivostock states that Seminoff, directly declining the Japanese Commandor-in-Chief's advice that he should leave Gib[?]ria ...

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  18. LATE SIR ROBERT NATHAN

    Sir Robert Nathan (brother of Sir Mathew Nathan, Governor of Queensland), whose death was announced this week,'was a secret Service ...

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  19. KINGSCOTE BEATEN

    Smashing and volleying with great fury and accuracy, Manoel Alonso (Spain) sensationally heat Kingscote, England's last hope, at Wimbledon, in ...

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  20. EXCHANGE RATES

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  21. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

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  22. MORE PAY, REDUCED HOURS

    In No. 2 Industrial Court to-day Mr. Kenwood, on behalf of the Trolly and Draymen's Union, made application for new awards. ...

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  23. "DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR"

    The man lying in bed all Melbourne Hospital, as a result of being hit with a brick in a struggle at Deepdene motor garage early on Sunday ...

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  24. SUNDAY MORNING

    According to present arrangements the Dempsey-Carpentior fight will start next Saturday at 11 a.m., Vancouver time. The preliminary bouts ...

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  25. WOOLLEN TRADE WAGES

    A settlement of the dispute in the woollen trade has been reached by the operatives accepting a reduction in wages, in the case of men of 12s ...

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  26. HELD UP TRAIN

    Gladys Williams, of Church-street. Canterbury, who had travelled on an expired ticket, refused to give her name and address to the ticket ...

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  27. Subscription Rates

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