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  2. LIGUORI ACTION.

    The closing stages of the Liguori case have now been reached, counsel's addresses opening yesterday. In the morning Dr. Leahy, the convent doctor, continued his evidence, and he was followed by Mr. Sheekey, a ...

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  3. THE IRISH TRUCE.

    Wednesday is the probable date of the meeting of Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. De Valera. It is understood that Michael Collins will accompany De Valera. General Smuts will ...

    Article : 413 words
  4. COAL TRIBUNAL.

    NEWCASTLE, Monday. -- At a meeting of the Federal Coal Tribunal this afternoon the chairman, Mr. C. Hibble, after reviewing the situation recently created, expressed his ...

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  5. BREAK OF GAUGE

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- For several months the commission of exports appointed by the Federal Government to investigate the railway break-of-geuge problem has been conducting ...

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  6. THE LATEST CABLES

    Sunday was the ghastliest day in Belfast's history. Unionist mobs burnt down forty-two houses, of which twenty, belonging to Roman Catholics ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. TO LIMIT ARMAMENTS.

    A Washington message says that President Harding has announced that he has approached Britain, France, Italy, and Japan, asking whether they will participate in a conference on ...

    Article : 640 words
  8. KYLES-O'-BUTE.

    At the invitation of Mr. Peter Dawson, of the well-known whisky firm, the Australian cricketers, and the West Scotland Cricket Clubs, and the Glasgow Corporation officials ...

    Article : 123 words
  9. THE TWELFTH.

    The Town Hall was ablaze with color last night. The "Twelfth of July" [?]ert, commemorating the Battle of the B[?]e, is the one night in the year when members of the ...

    Article : 652 words
  10. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Minister for Finance stated to-day, in the Legislative Assembly, that the revenue for the last two months was £450,000 below what it was expected to average. ...

    Article : 64 words
  11. AMERICAN'S FINANCING.

    A Seattle message says that J. E. Chilberg, who bought wooden vessels built in the United States on account of the Australian Government, and later failed to pay the instalments, ...

    Article : 80 words
  12. 61 YEARS A SOLDIER.

    General Sir George Arthur French, K.C.M.G., formerly Commandant of the Queensland Military Forces and the New South Wales forces, has died, aged 80 years. ...

    Article : 192 words
  13. UNEMPLOYED IN WEST.

    PERTH, Monday. -- A deputation of unemployed made further requests to the Premier to-day. He was asked to guarantee 30s a week to wives and men taking country work, and 10s ...

    Article : 142 words
  14. WASTEFUL COMMUNITY.

    "Thirty years ago, when I name from Scotland, I might have been regarded as an authority on thrift, but there is something in the air of Australia that makes thrift difficult," ...

    Article : 506 words
  15. KEMALISTS HALT.

    A Constantinople message says that the Kemalists have no intention of marching on Constantinople. Wire entanglements have been fixed at Ismid, marking the limit of the ...

    Article : 90 words
  16. SHEARERS' WAGES.

    PERTH, Monday. -- The Pastoralists' Association adheres firmly to its resolution not to pay more than last year's shearing rates. A.W.U. reports state that shearers are camped at ...

    Article : 83 words
  17. PLEA OF IGNORANCE.

    At Leipzig, before the Court dealing with the charges against German war criminals, Generals von Shack and von Kruska were charged with causing the deaths of French prisoners in 1915, ...

    Article : 129 words
  18. ARMS FOR CHINA.

    It is announced from Washington that representatives of the South China Government have received a cablegram charging the Japanese with supplying officers, arms, and ...

    Article : 74 words
  19. EXECUTIVE ACTION.

    NEWCASTLE, Monday. -- The executive this afternoon issued the following circular to the lodge secretaries: -- The executive desire to draw the members ...

    Article : 544 words
  20. AGENT-GENERAL.

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- The State Cabinet to-day decided to offer the Agent-Generalship to Mr. M'Wbae, M.L.C., Hon.-Minister, for three yours, on the same terms as the post ...

    Article : 56 words
  21. AMERICA'S TARIFF.

    A Washington message says that the Democratic minority opposing the Fordney Tariff has issued a statement pointing out that "this is not the time to write a tariff which cannot ...

    Article : 94 words
  22. A CONTRACT IN CHINA.

    A Washington message states that Judge Hughes, Secretary of State, has replied to the Chinese Minister's inquiry as to whether America contemplated withdrawing her support ...

    Article : 140 words
  23. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES.

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- Sales were continued in the North Melbourne Wool Market to-day, when 5862 hales were submitted. The selection war not a good one, being of a ...

    Article : 54 words
  24. TRADE WITH GERMANY.

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- The Acting-Prime Minister stated to-day that Parliament was to be given an opportunity of discussing trade relations with Germany. He said the whole ...

    Article : 40 words
  25. ABERTILLERY MURDER.

    An investigation of the house of the 15-year-old boy, Harold Jones, who is charged with the murder of Florence Little (11), at Abertillery, shows that the murder was committed ...

    Article : 72 words
  26. LATE MR. WATKIN WYNNE.

    Further expressions of sympathy with the directors of "The Daily Telegraph" in the loss sustained by the death of Mr. Watkin Wynne were received yesterday. ...

    Article : 340 words
  27. THE ROUND TABLE.

    ADELAIDE, Monday. -- Commenting on the recommendation of the executive of the Trades and Labor Council, with regard to his suggestion for a round table conference between ...

    Article : 314 words
  28. NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION.

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- The Acting-Prime Minister stated to-day that, he had hoard from Dr. Campbell Brown, leader of the New Guinea, scientific expedition, who had intimated that ...

    Article : 63 words
  29. FLYING BICYCLE.

    A Paris message states that Poulain, a well-known athlete, has satisfied the official test with his hying bicycle, covering 1015 moires in the air without the aid of motor power. He ...

    Article : 49 words
  30. WARSHIPS IN THE MARKET.

    A Washington message says that Mr. Roosevell, Assistant-Secretary of the Navy, pursuing his economy programme, has sold 151 submarine-chasers and 15 other vessels. He will ...

    Article : 51 words
  31. Stop-Press.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 58 words
  32. RUSSIA'S DECLINE.

    The Russian census shows a reduction of population by 12,000,000 since 1914. Moscow's population has been reduced from 2,543,000 to 1,058,000. In 1913 the mortality averaged 23 per ...

    Article : 54 words
  33. CYCLING GRAND PRIX.

    A Paris message states that Spears, the Australian cyclist, won the Cycling Grand Prix. There were 11 starters in the race. Gerald Hatpin, of New South Wales, was unplaced. ...

    Article : 105 words
  34. THE DAVIS CUP TEAM.

    The members of the Australasian Davis Cup team, after playing exhibition games among themselves at Victoria and Vancouver, went to Toronto to-day. ...

    Article : 46 words
  35. STEEL PRICES REDUCED.

    The United States Steel Corporation has announced a further redaction in prices, ranging from four to ten dollars a ton. ...

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  36. PRIME MINISTERS TO FLY.

    The Dominions' Premiers will inspect Croydon aerodrome on July 16, and they will go for a trip in the airship R33 before deciding on the airship scheme. ...

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  37. ECONOMY AT YANCO.

    LEETON, Monday. -- The executive board, at its weekly meeting, discussed fully the general question of working expenditure for the financial year which began on July 1. ...

    Article : 47 words
  38. SEAMAN INJURED.

    John Huie (35), a seaman, on the French barque Dieppedale, which is lying at the wheat wharf. Darling Harbor, slipped and fell on the deck last night. He was picked up in ...

    Article : 61 words
  39. RUBBER INDUSTRY EMPLOYEES

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- Employees in the rubber industry, at a mass meeting, rejected an offer made by the Dunlop Rubber Company and the Barnet-Glass Rubber Company for a ...

    Article : 49 words
  40. GENERAL CABLES.

    The death is announced of Charles Dawson, the well-known billiardist. NEW YORK, July 7. Theda Bara, the moving-picture actress, has ...

    Article : 32 words
  41. EARL OF CRAVEN DROWNED.

    The Earl of Craven was sitting on the deck of his yacht Sylvia, moored at Cowes, last night, when he fell overboard, and was drowned. ...

    Article : 33 words
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