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  2. COMING CRICKET SEASON

    Cricket representatives from Victoria, New South Wales. Queensland, and South Australia concluded their deliberations on Saturday morning and ...

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  3. PRAISES LINDRUM

    In his third article on billiards in Australia. Willie Smith, the English champion, discusses his matches with Walter Lindrum, ...

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  4. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS

    While riding in the race for unattached riders at the opening meeting of the Amateur Cycling Association on Saturday W. Kuibbs, of ...

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  5. FEDERAL ARBITRATION

    Leader of the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party For twenty-five years, the period during which the Commonwealth ...

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  6. OBITUARY

    The death occurred on Saturday of Mr. Thomas Ledger, who was for many years a respected resident of Woodville. He was in his 77th year. Mr. ...

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  7. MOTORING ACCIDENTS

    On Saturday Sir Douglas Mawson, leader of the forthcoming Antarctic expedition, and Mr. E. Anthoney, M.P., visited the mills at Kuitpo Forest. ...

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  8. A FORMER CITY ORGANIST

    Mr. Thomas Henry Jones, former Adelaide city organist, died in Perth last week. Mr. Jones, who was 74 years of age, was one of the ...

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  9. MALTA

    The dispute, now several months old, between the Government and the local officials of the Roman Catholic Church, which arose over the ...

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  10. LATEST CABLEGRAMS.

    The ratification of the MellonBerenger agreement by only eight votes. 300 to 292, ended a long debate in which the issue was uncertain until ...

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  11. BOY BREAKS ARM

    Scrambling to recover a football during the match at the Thebarton Oval on Saturday afternoon. Reginald Hocking (15) was knocked down and ...

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  12. EMPIRE SELLING FLOOR

    Further details of the new co-operative selling organisation in London to handle Australian and New Zealand produce have been supplied by Mr. ...

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  13. PINNED BENEATH DRAY

    Reginald John Hutchinson (14) eldest son of Mr. Elijah Hutchinson or Inman Valley, had a narrow escape from serious injury on Tuesday. He ...

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  14. MOTOR CYCLE AND CAR

    As the result of a collision between a motor cycle and sidecar and a motor car on the Mount Barker-road, about 3 p.m. yesterday, a woman and her ...

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  15. DROWNED IN CLAYHOLE

    The body of Mr. Leo Murphy (22), a married man, who had been missing from his home at Bellevue since July 5, was found this morning floating in ...

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  16. FIRE AT FLOUR MILL

    But for the timely discovery, an outbreak of fire at the flour mills of John Darling & Sons, Rhodes, to-day might have gained disastrous proportions. The ...

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  17. MASS PICKETING

    To guard against a repetition of the massed picketing methods which had been adopted on the two preceding days, a strong force of police gathered ...

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  18. KILLED BY ELECTRIC TRAIN

    When crossing the railway line near the Batman railway-station on Saturday evening, Mr. Robert Nichol, aged 53 years, an employe of the ...

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  19. FRENCH INTERVENTION

    M. Briand to-day successively received the Chinese Minister and the Russian Ambassador, and urged on both moderation and the avoidance of ...

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  20. CAR OVERTURNED

    Mr. Lloyd Tolley, of Adelaide, was killed in a motor accident about nine miles south of Burra, on the Adelaide road, Just before 5 o'clock this morning. ...

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  21. REPARATIONS

    Lord Tyrrell, the British Ambassador, has informed M. Briand that England agrees to the holding of the Reparations Conference hi a neutral country. ...

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  22. FOUND WANDERING IN THE BUSH

    For a fortnight Mr. Harold George wells, a soldier pensioner, of Hornsby, was wandering in the bush lands of the northern suburbs. He was found ...

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  23. BRITISH COAL

    Mr. A. J. Cook, secretary of the Miners' Federation, speaking at Morpeth, said be had every confidence in the Labor Government. He believed ...

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  24. FIRE ON FLOATING DOCK

    Hot ashes from a fire in the boilerroom caused a fire on Saturday night on a hulk used as a floating dock on the Yarra, at Williamstown. A large ...

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  25. FRENCH DEBTS

    The Chamber of Deputies to-day voted in favor of the ratification of the London and Washington debt agreements by 300 votes to 292. ...

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  26. BILLIARDS

    Willie Smith recovered 752 of his big deficit in Saturday's sessions of the billiards match against Walter Lindrum The evening session ended when the ...

    Article : 184 words
  27. THROWN THROUGH WINDSCREEN

    Mr. Roy Townsend, aged 35 years, of East Melbourne, received a fractured skull and severe lacerations to the scalp when a motor car which he was ...

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  28. REMARKABLE ESCAPE

    The driver had a remarkable escape, when a motor lorry, which was being driven along Sydney-road, near the Spit Bridge, this morning, suddenly swerved. ...

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  29. GERMANY'S PAYMENTS

    Mr. Parker Gilbert's interim report on reparations for the first nine months of the fifth annuity year, ending on May 31, is distinctly optimistic in tone. ...

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  30. IDLE COALMINERS

    Plans are in preparation for what is intended to be a remarkable demonstration of unemployed northern miners. It is suggested that they may ...

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  31. FIRE IN SYDNEY

    Mysterious circumstances are connected with the outbreak of a fire, which greatly damaged Mr. E.J. Pierce's mercery shop and its contents, in ...

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  32. GIRL FATALLY INJURED

    The death occurred on Saturday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. E. W: Roberts, of Toowong-avenue, North Kensington, of Phyllis Jean Frost (15), daughter of ...

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  33. ADELAIDE JUDEAN CLUB

    On Sunday afternoon the Adelaide Judean clubroom was officially opened at the Synagogue by Mr. M. J. Solomon (president of the Adelaide ...

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  34. VIEWS AND COMMENTS

    From "PETER KYNE," Norwood:— The Premier is delighted that the price of wheat has firmed for the sake of the fanners and the revenue to be derived ...

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  35. SCOUTS' JAMBOREE

    Thousands of people in Whitehall to-day watched the Australian Scouts carry out an impressive ceremony in placing a wreath on the Cenotaph, to ...

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  36. REFORM OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

    Already a cave has been formed among a section of members of the Legislative Council against the proposed reform of that House. It is ...

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  37. LARGE TEMPERANCE HOTEL.

    After the Loyal toast had been honored at the official dinner to celebrate the opening of the Canberra Temperance Hotel at Brisbane, on Saturday night, ...

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  38. COAL BONERS TO PLANT VEGETABLES

    Arrangements are being made to use borrowed land in the Cessnock district as a community vegetable farm for the men dismissed from the mines. ...

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  39. COTTON DISPUTE

    The conference of cotton masters and workmen at Manchester has come to a complete deadlock. To-day the 140 delegates of the operatives ...

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  40. FOUR BOYS ARRESTED

    Four boys were arrested shortly before midnight last night by Detective Evans and Constables Sharpe and Curtis on several charges of shop-breaking and ...

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  41. ILLICIT GOLD PLANT MURDERS

    A memorial of the finest Carrara marble, ten feet high, is about to be erected in front of the police barracks. Perth, in memory of ...

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  42. PORT LINCOLN ANGLICAN CHURCH

    From "CHURCH OF ENGLAND PROTESTANT":-I entirely agree with "Distant Subscriber" in his appreciation of the sturdy loyalty of the ...

    Article : 260 words
  43. BIG ROMAN VILLA FOUND

    The discovery in a field in the pretty village of Hales, near Market Drayton, Salop, England, of a site of a Roman villa, and of Roman ...

    Article : 255 words
  44. DARING THIEF

    Displaying great daring a thief forced open a window in the seevnth floor of Adyar House, Bligh-street, tonight and gained entrance to the ...

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  45. RIFLE SHOOTING

    On Anzac Day Range. Liverpool, on Saturday, the Sydney University team shot for the Imperial Universities" Rifle Trophy The holders Cambridge University, won the ...

    Article : 145 words
  46. HISTORIC CHURCH

    The ninetieth anniversary of St. Stephen's Church of England, Penrith, was celebrated to-day. The first Anglican services in Penrith were held at ...

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  47. SMALLPOX ON BOARD

    After an inspection of the crew of the City of Hereford, which arrived on Saturday morning, three cases of smallpox were discovered among the colored ...

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  48. ATHLETICS

    The State cross-country champion. M. J MacKenzie, beat T. H. Bailey by two seconds in the Western Suburbs Club's 10,000 metres cross-country championship ...

    Article : 96 words
  49. CRASHED INTO TELEGRAPH POLE

    Early yesterday morning a car driven by Mr. Clifford Munro (24), of Earlwood, swerved and crashed into a telegraph post while negotiating a bend ...

    Article : 103 words
  50. DO YOU KNOW—

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  51. ALLEGED THEFT OF £200

    With more than £200 in his pockets. alleged to have been stolen from his employers safe, a 15-year-old lad on Saturday made a daring attempt to get ...

    Article : 70 words
  52. CROYDON COMPETITIONS

    The Croydon competition, were continued in St. Barnabas, Hall North Croydon. on Saturday night. Results:— Australian recital (under 16 years)— ...

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  53. Advertising

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  54. BOY IN CRITICAL CONDITION

    Harry Jackson (12), of Portlandstreet. Rose Bay. suffered a fractured skull in a motor cycle accident on Saturday afternoon, and was ...

    Article : 41 words
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