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  2. PAST AND PRESENT.

    What shall we say of the Australians' match against Northampton? There does not seem to be very much to discuss. The published scores are very eloquent tribute to the prowess ...

    Article : 617 words
  3. CRICKET

    When stumps were drawn yesterday in the match between Northampton and Australia the latter had lost six wickets for 538 runs, the not out men being Gregory (106) and Ryder (44). ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  4. JAPAN'S SCHEMES.

    The Tientsin correspondent of the Chicago 'Tribune" writes:-- "Great secrecy is observed by officials at Tokio regarding the South Sea Islands. Though, ...

    Article : 236 words
  5. THE LATEST CABLES

    De Valera has been arrested at Blackrock (one of the principal suburbs of Dublin), but has been released. No charge has been preferred against him. ...

    Article : 37 words
  6. DEFEATED.

    By an overwhelming majority a conference of teachers last night defeated a motion submitted by Mr. W. F. Jackson (president of the Assistant Masters' Association of New South Wales), ...

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  7. LABOR, PARLIAMENT

    MELBOURNE, Friday.--The All-Australian Congress of Trade Unions was resumed in the Melbourne Trades Hall to-day. Mr. E. J. Holloway was in the chair. ...

    Article : 1,482 words
  8. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The players who qualified for the open golf championship at Saint Andrews began the competition to-day. The leaders in the first round were:-- ...

    Article : 903 words
  9. CHASE IN THE BUSH.

    Prompt action on the part of a constable's wife and another woman led to an exciting chase by two policemen yesterday afternoon, and the smart arrest of a couple of men, who ...

    Article : 469 words
  10. "A NEW STAR."

    According to a Paris message, among the articles on the British Imperial Conference is that of M. Stephane Lausanne, who, writing in the "Matin," urges the advantage of a ...

    Article : 128 words
  11. GENERAL STRIKE DOOMED

    The engineers and transport workers have declined to participate in a conference regarding a general strike, which is doomed. A parched peace in the coal strike is likely ...

    Article : 80 words
  12. THE PACIFIC.

    The London representative of the United News Agency interviewed Mr. Massey who said: "I see no reason why there should not be ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. PRINCE'S BIRTHDAY.

    The Australian Prime Minister telegraphed congratulations to the Prince of Wales on the occasion of his birthday anniversary. Mr. Hughes forwarded a silver kangaroo on ...

    Article : 88 words
  14. MR. MASSEY'S HURRY.

    Mr. Massey intends to press for an early decision on the questions of Pacific defence, the New Hebrides, State-aided immigration, the relation of the Dominions to foreign policy, the ...

    Article : 312 words
  15. BELFAST APPEAL.

    Previous Irish peace rumors and the King's Belfast appeal are reflected in Mr. Lloyd George's official message congratulating their Majesties on the result of their Irish visit. ...

    Article : 110 words
  16. FIGURES TRIUMPHANT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 982 words
  17. NO SATURDAY WORK.

    An interesting position has arisen in regard to the application of the 44-hour week principle to certain industries, and the building trade in particular. ...

    Article : 561 words
  18. CONFIDENT GREEKS.

    The Athens correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" reports that Greece declined the offer of Allied intervention, and proposed suspension of hostilities. ...

    Article : 69 words
  19. REV. A. A. YEATES.

    Rev. Ainsley A. Yeates, of St. Paul's, Chats-wood, who has been appointed to the important position of missioner of the parishes of St. James and St. John, Melbourne, at a stipend ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 285 words
  20. THE BRITISH EMPIRE.

    A message from Paris states that the "Pecific Parisien" refers to the exaggerated comments of other newspapers regarding the Imperial Conference particularly the "Matin's" ...

    Article : 134 words
  21. A SAFE RETURN.

    The King and Queen had an enthusiastic welcome at Euston station, on their return from Ireland. The King describing the Belfast visit, told ...

    Article : 125 words
  22. TROOP TRAIN DERAILED.

    Sinn Feiners derailed a train near Dundalk which has conveying troops participating in the King's visit to Belfast. The train toppled over an embankment, and ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. THE LIGUORI CASE.

    The hearing of the action in which Bridget Mary Partridge, formerly Sister Liguori is suing Dr. Dwyer, Bishop of Wagga, to recover £5000 compensation for alleged wrongful arrest. ...

    Article : 113 words
  24. THE RIGHT TO LOCK-OUT.

    Mr. Balfour, speaking at the Constitutional Club, said that so long as they left the employers the right to lock-out, so long must they leave the men the right to strike. Society ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. FRANCE'S "GRAND OLD MAN."

    Mr. Hughes met M. Clemenceau, and invited him to Australia. M. Clemenceau, while appreciative, declined, on the score of indifferent health at the present time. ...

    Article : 118 words
  26. "MANY HAPPY RETURNS."

    Numerous birthday messages and congratulations from all parts of the Empire have reached the Prince of Wales, including many from Australian, New Zealand, Canadian, and ...

    Article : 38 words
  27. MR. LARKIN'S RESIGNATION.

    The Australian Prime Minister positively denies the suggestion that the resignation of Mr. Larkin, manager of the Commonwealth Shipping Line, forecasts the termination of ...

    Article : 114 words
  28. COUNTY MATCHES.

    In Surrey's match against Oxford University Hobbs scored 2 and 49. R. H. Bettington, bowling for Oxford, in the first innings took 4 wickets for 46. At one stage he had bowled ...

    Article : 63 words
  29. AUSTRALIAN GOLD.

    The New York National City Bank has announced that 3,500,000 dollars in gold are expected to arrive from Australia at the end of next month. ...

    Article : 36 words
  30. CLEANING UP.

    Mr. Austen Chamberlain, in the House of Commons, said that, as a result of Earl Curzon's conference with M. Briand and the Italian Ambassador at Paris, a renewed attempt ...

    Article : 160 words
  31. MINISTER WITHOUT PORTFOLIO

    In the House of Commons an exciting debate took place on a proposal to reduce the salary of Mr. Addison, Minister without portfolio, on the ground that he had been paid without first ...

    Article : 94 words
  32. SIX PER CENT.

    The Bank of England rate of exchange has been reduced from 6½ per cent, to 6 per cent. ...

    Article : 28 words
  33. MANY HAPPY RETURNS.

    WEST MAITLAND, Friday.--Nowhere are the fortunes of C. G. Macartney, the brilliant Australian cricketer, being followed with deeper interest than in Maitland. He is a native of the ...

    Article : 101 words
  34. THE KING'S THANKS.

    The King has telegraphed to Mr. Lloyd George, expressing the thanks of the King and Queen for greetings from the Empire Prime ...

    Article : 42 words
  35. SPINNING TROUBLE SETTLED.

    All branches of the spinning trade have accepted the terms of settlement recently offered by the masters, which comprise a reduction of wages. ...

    Article : 34 words
  36. LONDON HOSPITALS.

    Sir Alfred Mond, First Commissioner of Works, has announced that the Government will give the hospitals £500,000. and is sorry that it is unable to give £1,000,000, to relieve ...

    Article : 45 words
  37. ANGLO-PERSIAN RELATIONS.

    The Shah opened the fourth Mejliss in state on Wednesday. The whole diplomatic corps was present. The Shah's speech covered the whole field of foreign politics, and affirmed that ...

    Article : 46 words
  38. ATHLETE'S PERFORMANCE.

    A Stockholm message states that Nurmi, who was a winner at the Antwerp games, broken Shrubb's six-mile record by 18 seconds. ...

    Article : 34 words
  39. GENERAL CABLES.

    Kilmarnock bowlers beat the New Zealanders by 132 to 128. ...

    Article : 15 words
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