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  2. ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY.

    A canvass of the Premiers' Conference has revealed that a majority of 5 to 1 favors the principle of the renewal of the treaty on the 1911 basis, with certain modifications, including a proviso excluding any obligation on either party ...

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  3. EX-SISTER LIGUORI.

    The evidence of doctors occupied a large part of the day in the action of Partridge v. Dwyer, in the Supreme Court yesterday. Dr. Tivey, of Wagga, was further questioned; and Dr. Binns, of Kogarah, who was called in by Mrs. Touchell to examine the plaintiff ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. THE LATEST CABLES

    Colonel George Harvey, United States Ambassador in London, speaking at the Independence Day celebrations in Lodon, said that if George III. had put forth a proclamatio ...

    Article : 142 words
  5. FIRST PRIZE.

    The modesty of learned counsel in the Liguori case was exemplified during yesterday's proceedings. Both Mr. Shand, K.C., and Mr. Campbell, K.C., were running a neck and neck ...

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  6. EIGHTH SUCCESSIVE TEST.

    The Australians, by their defeat of the Englishmen at Leeds in the third test match yesterday, won their eighth successive test game. Australia won by 219 runs. ...

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  7. MONDAY'S PLAY.

    Gregory displaced M'Donald when England's total in the first innings was 195, and Douglas, taking his score to 59, brought up 200 after 235 minutes' play. Tennyson was then 26. ...

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  8. DROP IN PRICES.

    In the House of Commons today a long and interesting debate took place on the Corn Production Act Repeal Bill. Sir Robert Home president of the Board of ...

    Article : 155 words
  9. COAL STRIKE.

    A disconcerting aftermath of the coal strike is rapidly developing. When the industry is under control all the collieries will be overstuffed to the extent of 110,000. ...

    Article : 125 words
  10. NAVAL FUTURE.

    The Anglo-Japanese Treaty being temporarily disposed of at the Empire Conference, naval defence was considered. Britain's standpoint was presented first--by ...

    Article : 480 words
  11. IRISH UNITY.

    The conference between the Sinn Fein leaders and southern unionist, representatives opened today at the Mansion House. Intercessory services for the success of the ...

    Article : 373 words
  12. IRISH POSITION.

    It is stated in parliamentary circles that the progress being made towards a definite agreement on the Irish question is substantial. De Valera is expected to visit London at the ...

    Article : 80 words
  13. AIRSHIP TRANSPORT.

    Mr. J. S. Mackinder, writing in the press, pleads for the retention of British airships in the interests of communication between Great Britain and Australasia. He says that on the ...

    Article : 106 words
  14. ROYAL BANQUET.

    The King and Queen of the Belgians were entertained by King George and Queen Mary at a banquet at Buckingham Palace to-night. Mr. W. M. Hughes and Mr. Massey were included ...

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  15. MRS. J. W. H. T. DOUGLAS ILL

    Mrs. Douglas, wife of Mr. J. W. H. T. Douglas, the English cricketer, was operated on today for appendicitis by the surgeon who operated on Hobbs for a similar complaint at ...

    Article : 43 words
  16. ITALIAN CABINET.

    A message from Rome states that Signor Bondini has formed a Cabinet. Marchese Velea Torretta, who is now ambassador at Vienna, and was ambassador at ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. A DARWIN BREEZE.

    DARWIN, Monday.--Before Major Hogan, special magistrate, and a special Jury of six, Harold George Nelson, formerly branch secretary of the Australian Workers' Union, ...

    Article : 497 words
  18. NEW HEBRIDES.

    The New Hebrides question is now commanding great attention at the Empire Conference. Mr. Hughes supports the proposal that the ...

    Article : 145 words
  19. JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

    The "Morning Post" supports the Japanese Alliance, saying that denunciation does not mean the isolation of Japan. On the contrary, the newspaper adds, it means ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. GERMANY AND HER OBLIGATIONS.

    According to a Paris message, the newspaper "Era Nouvelle," in a statement believed to be inspired, says that Britain, Belgium, and Italy think that the moment has arrived for the ...

    Article : 63 words
  21. FOREST FIRES.

    The extensive forest fires in the Kumnon foot-hills, in the United Provinces, which have destroyed 250,000 acres of timber, have now been definitely proved to have been caused by ...

    Article : 70 words
  22. SELECTIONS FROM BARRIE.

    The third recital of Mr. Alexander Watson's season at the King's Hall was a pronounced success, both from the point of view of a large and enthusiastic audience, and the profound ...

    Article : 236 words
  23. DUCHESS MARRIES SOLDIER.

    At a Henrietta Street registry office today. Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough, married Lieut.-Colonel Balsan, a retired French soldier, who had obtained a divorce from his first wife. ...

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  24. 36 PER CENT. DIVIDEND.

    At a meeting of the Shell Transport and Trading Company. It was shown that the pr[?]dt for the year was £8,870,000, and a dividend of 36 per cent. was declared. A proposal to ...

    Article : 55 words
  25. THE WOLLONGBAR.

    The stranded steamer Wollongbar was formally abandoned to the Sydney underwriters yesterday, and the abandonment will be accepted as soon as the salvage gear has been ...

    Article : 155 words
  26. KIRKWOOD FOR AMERICA.

    Owing to the delay in the sailing of the Mauretania, Kirkwood and East revisited London for the week-end, sailing tomorrow. Although this reduces Kirkwood's period of ...

    Article : 45 words
  27. BELGIAN ROYALTIES WELCOMED.

    The Belgian Royalties were enthusiastically welcomed by King George, Queen Mary, and Queen Alexandra, who met them at Victoria Station ...

    Article : 59 words
  28. THE DAVIS CUP.

    The Australasian Davis Cup team has arrived at Victoria. British Columbia. The members of the team are well. THE BRITISH ISLES TEAM. ...

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  29. SLUMP IN ENGLISH FLEECES.

    Bidding at the English fleece sales was of the slowest, and there were heavy declines in prices compared with 1920, amounting in some instances to 75 per cent. Some growers ...

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