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  2. THE LATEST CABLES

    The tribunal inquiry into the Sutton case reports that Sutton, without instructions from his superiors, made a hasty and foolish remark about losing important papers, which he ...

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  3. EMPIRE AFFAIRS.

    The "Daily Telegraph," discussing the Constitution limitations of the Imperial conference, states that there is no Parliament nor electorate to whom the conference can be made ...

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  4. CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 800 words
  5. NEW ERA DAWNING.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.--In the annual report on the Northern Territory, which was presented to-day to Parliament, the Acting-Administrator (Mr. Staniforth Smith) states that a new ...

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  6. WOMEN FOOTBALLERS.

    There were jerseys of many hues, boots--real football boots, with sprigs and lacking heels--and (rousers--roomy and abbreviated to a shortness to suit the most fastidious of ...

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  7. FAR EAST.

    Is the course of a special message published in the "Manchester Guardian's" Japanese number Mr. Hara (Prime Minister of Japan) writes:--"Much can bo accomplished by the ...

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  8. ORIENT PROBLEMS.

    Interviewed by the "Morning Post" Mr. Lennox Simpson, political adviser to the Government of China, emphasised that if the AngloJapanese Alliance were renewed without a ...

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  9. STORY IN STATISTICS.

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  10. RACIAL EQUALITY.

    Referring to Lord Readings Simla speech, Gandhi writes to the paper "Young India," saying that it is clothed with the air of unreality. Lord Reading had failed to recognise ...

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  11. OVERSEA SHIPPING.

    At Cardiff: Clan Buchanan, str. At Port Natal: Baron Jedburgh, str.; Hellenic, str., and Wiltshire, str. ...

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  12. ICEBERG DANGER.

    A New York message states that the steamer Chariot had sent a wireless message, stating that she had crushed her bow against an iceberg off Newfoundland. The damage is not ...

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  13. KIRKWOOD'S GRIT.

    In the first round proper of the Glasgow "Herald's" £1000 tournament, at Gleneagles, Kirkwood beat Vardon at the 19th hole; Watt beat Holland at the 19th; Hagen beat Josh ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. MINERS AND OWNERS.

    The executive of the miners' committee and the central committee of the Mining Association have concluded their sittings. A complete explanation has been obtained ...

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  15. IRELAND AND RUSSIA.

    The draft of an agreement between the Irish Republican Government and the Russian Government, seized at Dublin, has been published as a White Paper. It shows that each ...

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  16. TRADE SLUMP.

    Imports for May decreased by £80,105,724, experts by £70,231,004, and re-exports by £13,025,242. The principal decreases in imports were:--Raw cotton £12.075.654; wool. ...

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  17. FOOTBALL TESTS.

    Two interesting football games are for decision this afternoon. At the University Oval, at 3.15, the third and final inter varsity Rugby Union test match ...

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  18. THE WOOL MARKET.

    At the free wool sale, a good selection of scoured and greasy merinos was offered. There were some fine Tasmanian wools. The demand was strong, and Germans were the largest ...

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  19. SIBERIA.

    A message from Helsingfors announces than General Kumara, commander of the Japanese troops at Vladivostok, has issued a statement in which he says that, owing to the recent ...

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  20. IMMIGRATION.

    BRISBANE, Friday.--Senator Pearce (Minister for Defence), who has been in Queensland for the past two weeks, is to leave on Monday for Sydney, on route to Melbourne. He has ...

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  21. AUSTRALIA'S CHARMS.

    The Australian Trade Commissioner, Mr. Mark Sheldon, has been the recipient of numerous western inquiries regarding tourist travel in Australia, following his address at Los ...

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  22. AUSTRALIANS ENTERTAINED.

    The Australian cricketers were entertained at the Mansion House last night, the Lord "Mayor presiding. Commander Carpenter, of Vindictive fame, was among the guests. ...

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  23. HAND OF FRIENDSHIP.

    Speaking at Windhoek. Mr. Hofmeyer, the Administrator of the South-west Protectorate, and that the mandate implied annexation in all but name. The German population had ...

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  24. COUNTY SCORES.

    After having faded to score in the first innings of the match between Middlesex and Yorkshire, C. B. Fry was dismissed in the second innings' for 5. Hendren scored 103. ...

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  25. RUGBY IN MELBOURNE.

    The Springboks will play two matches on the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, June 18. This by the courtesy of the Victorian Football League (Australian Rules), ...

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  26. IMPROVING PORT OF LONDON.

    Lord Devonpert formally opened the Port of London Authority's new jetty in the Thames at Tilbury. There is a depth of 30ft. at low water, enabling vessels to discharge without ...

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  27. DEATH OF DR. KALLAS.

    The death of Dr. Kallas. of the Mount Everest expedition, occurred suddenly at Kampadzokn on Sunday from heart failure. ...

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  28. MIDDLE EAST PROBLEM.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that a conference of Ministers was held at "The Chequers," Mr. Lloyd George's country house, on the dangerous situation in the Near East. It is ...

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  29. CHANCE FOR A REST.

    The committee of the Sheffield United Football and Cricket Club, the owners of the ground on which the Australians are to play Yorkshire prior to the Fourth Test match, has ...

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  30. TASMANIAN MAILS.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.--Details of the new contract made by the Federal Government with the Huddart, Parker and Union Steamship Companies, for the carriage of malls between ...

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  31. NEXT AMIR ARRIVES.

    A son and heir was born to the Amir of Afghanistan last Sunday. The Viceroy of India has cabled his congratulations. ...

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  32. DEMPSEY AND CARPENTIER.

    A message from Atlantic City states that Dempsey has been unable to box since Saturday, his cut eye needing a chance to heal. He has been confining his activities to ...

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  33. BRISBANE-SYDNEY TELEPHONE.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.--The report of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works on the proposed erection of a telephone trunk line between Brisbane and ...

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  34. PROTECTING DESERTED WIVES

    In the House of Commons, replying to a question, the Under-Seectetary for the Colonics said that he had no information whatever to the effect that Australia had passed reciprocal ...

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  35. Stop-Press.

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  36. MEAD INJURED.

    Mead, the Hampshire professional, received a severe blow on the right hand during the match against Lancashire, and could not field, although he batted. ...

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  37. PRICE OF FLOUR.

    MELBOURNE. Friday.--The executive of the Victorian Mill Owners' Association to-day decided to increase the price of flour by 7s 8d per ton. making it £20 15s per ton, and to reduce ...

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  38. AN INDIAN BANK TROUBLE.

    The accounts of the Tata Bank were passed by a poll taken at the adjourned meeting. The meeting re-elected the English director. Shareholders denied that there was racial prejudice. ...

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  39. DOUGLAS MAY NOT PLAY.

    "Sporting Life" announces that it is doubtful if Douglas will play in the Second Test owing to his sister's grave illness, which kept him out of the Essex team recently. Fry or ...

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  40. BLANKETED BY FOG.

    Sydney Harbor was again blanketed by a dense fog yesterday morning. It came down about 7 o'clock, and lasted for two hours. Meanwhile ferry traffic was [?] ...

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  41. CHEAPER SUPPLIES.

    ADELAIDE, Friday.--The chairman of the Prices Regulation Commission stated to-day that as a result of more favorable exchange and freight rates, coffee had been reduced 7d ...

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  42. LABOR WINS BY-ELECTION.

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  43. PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS' BAND.

    Mr. A. O'Brien presided at the annual meeting of the Professional Musicians Band, which was held yesterday. The following officers were elected for the ...

    Article : 78 words
  44. POSTAL INCREASE DROPPED.

    Mr. Kelleway. the Postmaster-General, in the House of Commons, announced that in response to protests from business men he was abandoning the increased rate on foreign ...

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  45. HEAVY FINES FOR SMUGGLING.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.--James Larkin and James MNuily, members of the crew of the steamer Tasmania, were fined £100 each, or six months' imprisonment, for smuggling ...

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  46. ADMIRAL SIMS ON THE MAT.

    A Washington message states that the Senate has ordered the Naval Committee to investigate Admiral Sim's speech. A manage published yesterday stated that the ...

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  47. LATE SHIPPING.

    With Adelaide.--Karoola, Donald Mackay, Marina, Waltham Abbey, Rumo[?], City of Auckland. Barambah, and Aeneas. With Perth.--[?]. Narkunda, Port Chalmers, ...

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  48. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Postmaster-General (Mr. Kellaway) announced in the House of Commons the appointment of a council of twenty business men to assist in the economical management of the ...

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  49. NEW SCHOOL FOR RHODES.

    The Minister for Education has advised Mr. Greig, M.L.A. for Ryde, that it has been decided to accept a tender for the building of a new primary school at Rhodes. The total cost ...

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  50. 3.75 CENTS FOR THE POUND.

    The postal authorities notify that from Saturday. June 11, money orders issued in Australia for payment in the United States of America, Hawaii (Honolulu), and Pago Pago ...

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  51. LOAN UNDERWRITTEN.

    The Joint loan of South Australia (£3.000.000 and Tasmania' (£2,000.000 at 6½ (par) redeemable 1930-40. has been underwritten. ...

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