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  4. "MOST MENACING"

    A message from Paris states that the general feeling is that the Supreme Council has opened under favorable conditions. The atmosphere is ...

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  5. DR. MANNIX ARRIVES

    Into a tumult of cheering that' drowned the Westmead Boys Home Band, playing "God Save Ireland," and amid a crowd almost hysterical with joy, a distinguished looking prelate of the Roman catholic faith stepped this morning from the Brisbane express at the ...

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  6. GOVERNMENT'S PLANS

    The Parliamentary correspondent of "The Times" says that there is no foundation for the suggestion of a general election in the autumn, ...

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  7. CABINET'S PEACE OFFER

    The correspondent of "The' Times" at Dublin says that inquiries in well informed circles show that the Cabinet's offer to Sinn Fein will, with ...

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  8. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE

    "The Times," in a leading article, refers to complaints from the Dominions of the inconvenience entailed by the absence of Prime Ministers in ...

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  9. VICTORIAN FRUITS

    The London representative of the Victorian, Orchardists' Association, Mr. Cox, has disposed of 50,000 cases of peaches at 14s 9d a case and 25,000 ...

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  10. SOVIET COMPLIES

    The correspondent of "The Times at Warsaw states that it is understood that the Soviet Government despatched to Riga all the American ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. DISARMAMENT

    The report that Mr. Lloyd George was not going to Washington seems to have emanated from a conversation between Mr. Lloyd George and M. ...

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  12. CONFERENCE'S WORK

    Mr. Massey, Prime Minister of New Zealand, in reviewing the work of the Imperial Conference, stated that several misunderstandings had been ...

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  13. INDIANS SATISFIED

    Mr, E. S. Montagu, Secretary for India, says that the two Indian delegates to the conference regard with great satisfaction the conclusions of the ...

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  14. THE SUN STOP-PRESS

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  15. SCENE IN CATHEDRAL

    The scene in the Cathedral was as spontaneous and as remarkable as that outside of it. When Dr. Mannix alighted from his car he was received at the ...

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  16. PEOPLE'S WELCOME

    Dr. Mannix's purple biretta wan all that most of the crowd along the route of the procession from the station to St. Mary's Cathedral saw of ...

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  17. Country Hotel Destroyed

    Grong Grong, Tuesday.--Ashwin's Commercial Hotel was totally destroyed by fire last night. The fire was first noticed at 1.45 a.m. Nothing,was saved. ...

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  18. INDIAN EXCHANGE

    The Indian exchange market to-day was steadier. Telegraphic transfers were quoted at is 3 21-32d and three months bills at 1s 4 1-16d to the rupee. ...

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