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  2. CATTS v. CATTS

    Mr. Justice Gordon was to-day engaged in the Divorce Court with the consideration of the report of the Registrar in Divorce Mr. C. R. ...

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  3. COST OF LIVING

    The work of the New South Wales Board of Trade, which during the last three weeks has been interrupted by the influenza epidemic restrictions on ...

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  4. SEAMEN'S STRIKE

    It is now regarded as certain that the seamon's officials will make no effort at a settlement of the strike until they are again approached by the ...

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  5. STUD SHEEP

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  6. G.N. STEEPLE

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  7. TRADE WITH JAPAN

    The Premier has received from the Commercial Commissioner in the East a despatch regarding trade with Japan for the year ended December 31 last. ...

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  8. BIRDWOOD COMING

    General Sir William Birdwood will visit Australia probably in October. There have been numerous rumors during this year that General Birdwood ...

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  9. INFLUENZA .

    During the 24 hours ended at 2 o'clock to-day there were 13 deaths and 96 fresh admissions to metropolitan hospitals. One hundred and forty-five were ...

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  10. NEW BELGIAN CONSUL

    "I am the bearer of the heartfelt thanks of the Belgian people for all that Australia has done for them through the war," said Mr. ...

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  11. FIRST STRIKE FAY

    Commenting to-day on the strike position Mr. Walshe, general secretary of the Federated Seamen's Union, said that present indications were that until ...

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  12. Ling-a-Ling Destroyed

    Ling-a-Ling was destroyed yesterday, as a result of injuries received on Saturday in the Maiden Steeple at Flemington. ...

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  13. Position at North Head

    There were no new cases admitted to the North Head Hospital during the 24 hours ended at 11 a.m. to-day. Of the patients in hospital two are ...

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  14. EQUAL RIGHTS

    The Government was defeated in the House of Commons on the Labor Party's Women's Emancipation Bill, which was read a third time, by 100 ...

    Article : 161 words
  15. WAR RECORD

    The Commonwealth Government has decided to compile a "War Record of the People of Australia," to include all those who have served or volunteered ...

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  16. TO-MORROW'S SELECTIONS

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  17. RESTRICTIONS

    The hon. secretary of the Wolumia Vigilance Committee has written a letter to the Premier in the following terms:-- ...

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  18. NATIONAL CAUCUS

    A caucus of the National Party has been sitting to-day. It met this morning, and reassembled again at 2.30. According to Ministers the meeting ...

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  19. NEW ZEALAND RACING

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  20. FAILURE OF CONFERENCE

    There was an air of disappointment about the Seamen's Union rooms today as a result of the failure of the compulsory conference. ...

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  21. IN THE COUNTRY

    Gilgandra, Tuesday.-- Two deaths from influenza occurred during the weekend. Practically the whole of the staff of the local post-office is down ...

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  22. PEACE IN LONDON

    The celebrations on July 19 will include a monster victory march through London. Every division will be represented. General Pershing and 3000 ...

    Article : 52 words
  23. TOWNSVILLE TROUBLE

    Although the same reticence is being maintained in official circles, it is understood on excellent authority that the Government railway employees ...

    Article : 51 words
  24. BRITISH BREEDS

    This afternoon's sales at Hill, Clark, and Co.'s stores were of Lincoln, Leicester, Border Leicester, and Shropshire rams and ewes. ...

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  25. MAITLAND WEIGHTS

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  26. GOING TO FRISCO

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  27. A.I.F. VERSUS SCOTLAND

    Playing between showers against a Scottish Eleven at Glasgow, the Australians made 178 for seven wickets. Taylor scored 42, and Trennery and ...

    Article : 37 words
  28. TO GET WORK

    For representing himself to be a returned soldier Julian Galla, 24, a Maltese, was fined £1, or seven days, at the Central Police Court to-day. ...

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  29. DEATHS IN MELBOURNE

    From 6.30 o'clock last night, until 2.30 o'clock this afternoon, six deaths from pneumonic influenza occurred in the metropolis. One hundred and three ...

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  30. MASS MEETING OF MEN

    Following upon the receipt of a telegraphic report of the proceedings at the compulsory conference in Melbourne yesterday, a mass meeting of ...

    Article : 56 words
  31. PONY RACING

    The appeals of J. M'Namara and A. C. Thomas (jockey) against the decision of the Kensington Stipendiary Stewards, on June 28, in ...

    Article : 122 words
  32. "OH, LOVELY!"

    Alick Johns, a young man, pleaded guilty at the Quarter Sessions to-day to having, at Mosman, on September 5 of last year, married Ivy Elleen ...

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  33. SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE

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  34. GOVERNOR-GENERAL

    In reference to the cable message which was recently published in Melbourne that the A.L.P. had passed a resolution protesting against the party ...

    Article : 125 words
  35. MANUKA'S CREW

    When the Manuka's crow was lined up for inspection before sailing for New Zealand to-day it was found that some of the men who brought the steamer to ...

    Article : 130 words
  36. PEACE CLEMENCY

    The Cabinet has drawn up a list of remissions of sentences as an act of clemency in connection with peace. The concessions will range from ...

    Article : 77 words
  37. SCRATCHINGS

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  38. SOMALI'S TROOPS

    In response to representations by Dr. Cumpston, Director of Quarantine, it has been agreed to permit the landing of all troops not suffering from mild ...

    Article : 47 words
  39. HUGHES AND COOK

    It is reported from Port Augusta that Mr. Hughes and Sir Joseph Cook will disembark at Fremantle on their way home, and travel overland. ...

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  40. A.I.F. RUGBY TEAM

    The A.I.F. Rugby football team has accepted, through its manager, Major Matthews, the invitation of the Voluntary Workers Association to go to the ...

    Article : 96 words
  41. THE MAILS

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  42. ARBITRATION ENDORSED

    A ballot taken by the Port Adelaide waterside workers on the question of Whether the union should work under the Federal award or a private ...

    Article : 234 words
  43. TEARS IN COURT

    When Collo Mahomed appeared at the Central Police Court to-day on a charge of maliciously wounding Abdulla Mahomed he burst into tears. ...

    Article : 154 words
  44. WHEAT DEAL

    The Victorian Wheat Commission has sold, through the Australian Wheat Board, 7500 tons of second grade wheat to Japanese buyers at 5s 7½d, f.o.b. ...

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  45. KENT-STREET SITES

    Stanton and Son, Ltd., submitted at auction to-day three building sites in Kent-street, between King and Erskine streets, adjoining the premises of D. Mitchell and Co. ...

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  46. Passengers by the Marathon

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  47. TOBACCONIST ROBBED

    The shop of Mrs. Kennedy, tobacconist, George-street, was broken into early this morning, and tobacco worth over £50 was stolen. ...

    Article : 151 words
  48. SHUNTING MISHAP

    During shunting operations on a siding near the Blacktown Railway Station last night two carriages collided, and the ends of them were ...

    Article : 43 words
  49. WEATHER AND TIDES

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  50. Advertising

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