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  4. DE VALERA OUSTED

    A definite breach has occurred in the Dail Eireann. Supporters of Mr. de Valera quitted the Chamber during Mr. Collins's motion to elect Mr. Griffith President of the Dail. Several of the Deputies opposed Mr. Griffith until the ...

    Article : 542 words
  5. IF ATTACKED

    Mr. Lloyd George has drawn up a memorandum stating the conditions under which Britain would, should the necessity arise, undertake to assist ...

    Article : 489 words
  6. "CARPENTIER WILL WIN"

    "Carpentier will win," is the conclusion of Mr. Eugene Corri, the famous referee, in summing up the chances of the boxers in the "Daily ...

    Article : 239 words
  7. AUXILIARY SHIPS

    An analysis of the draft of the Naval Treaty indicates that as no limitation is placed on the number of auxiliary ships, France, which insisted on ...

    Article : 317 words
  8. GENOA CONFERENCE

    The Dominion Governments have been invited by the Supreme Council to send representatives to the Economic ...

    Article : 34 words
  9. THE SUBMARINES

    The submarine question will almost certainly be the subject of a separate treaty. ...

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  10. FOREIGN DEBTS

    The Foreign Debts Funding Bill will afford the Senate an opportunity of testifying its confidence in the Harding Administration. ...

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  11. 7 A.M. FRIDAY

    The contest between George Cook. Australian heavyweight champion, and Georges Carpentier, the French Cham[?] [?]pion, will take place in the Albert Hall,[?] ...

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  12. WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS

    Mr. Winston Churchill's Ministerial Committee, which was appointed to carry out the withdrawal of the British troops from Ireland and the ...

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  13. SALVAGED FROM THE FIRE

    The picture shows the work of salvaging wool proceeding in the ruined building of the Pastoral Finance Association at Kirribilli Point. It is expected that several thousands of bales will be recovered. Most of the wool, however, will require treatment before it is marketable. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. Pope Rejoices

    A message from the Pope was read to the Dail Eiream, in which he rejoiced with the Irish people in having made an agreement with England. ...

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  15. AIRCRAFT IN WAR

    The report of the Aircraft Subcommittee has been substantially adopted, it being found impracticable to limit the [?] ...

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  16. SHANTUNG ISSUE

    The diligence and thoroughness which characterise Judge Hughes's conduct of the Conference are reflected in his desire to clear up the ...

    Article : 241 words
  17. ARMSTRONG CASE

    An unusual incident occurred in the Armstrong case when the deputy clerk exhxausted his supply of official paper. The police searched and found only ...

    Article : 269 words
  18. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

    The Duke of York to-day cut the first turf at the entrance to the National Sports Ground at Wembley, thus inaugurating the work ...

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  19. ARMY AND NAVY

    Following on the return of the Minister for the Navy, the National Defence Council, which has not met for several years, will be called together, to ...

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