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  2. AUSTRALIA DECLARES.

    First Innings............100 Second Innings...... Two for 31 Australia. First Innings........ Five for 317 ...

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  3. WAR SERVICE HOMES.

    Experienced official administrators desiring security for continuous supplies of material in large quantities realise that competition, is essential to safeguard the public ...

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  4. MINISTRY'S RECORD.

    MURTOA, Friday.—When the Premier (Mr. lawson), at the end of August, 1920, visited Donald to lay the foundation stone, of the freezing works he held out ...

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  5. DEFENCE OF EMPIRE.

    The resolution on naval defence passed by the Imperial Conference reads:—"That while recognising the necessity for co-operation among the various portions of the ...

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  6. DISARMAMENT.

    An announcement has been made that any date on which the Powers desire to open the Disarmament Conference will be satisfactory to the United States ...

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  7. DAVIS CUP.

    As a result of the play on the first day in the tie between Australasia and the British Ises, each side his won one, match. J. O. Anderson (Australasia) beat Max ...

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  8. DAIL EIREANN.

    A special session of the Dail Eireaun has been summoned for August 16 to discuss the Irish peace proposals. Those invited to attend include 39 members who are still in ...

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  9. GENERAL ELECTION.

    While travelling in the train to Murtoa on Thursday night the Premier (Mr. Lawson) preparte his policy speech. He will complete the work during the week-end. ...

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  10. Japan Hopeful.

    According to the Washington correspondent of the New York "World," the Japanese ambassador to the United States (Mr. Shidehara), in a letter to a friend, stated ...

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  11. Airship Proposals.

    The Secretary for the Colonies (Mr Churchill) announced in the House of Commons to-day that the decision of the Imperial Conference regarding airships was ...

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  12. Execution of Widow.

    The Solicitor-General for Ireland (Mr. Daniel Wilson) replying to a question in the House of Commons to-day said that Mrs. Lindsay, of Coachford, County Cork, had. ...

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  13. Parliament Dissolved.

    By proclamation gazetted this week, Parliament will be dissolved to-day, and members will cease to draw their salaries Nominations will close on August 20—a fortnight ...

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  14. Germany Disarms.

    The disarmament of Germany, according to the Allies' ultimatum of May, 5, is now complete, and the German army now stands at the strength fixed by the Versailles ...

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  15. NATIONALIST CANDIDATES.

    The selections of three additional candidates who will contest electorates in the National interest were endorsed yesterday by the National Campaign Council, a body ...

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  16. Famous British Regiments.

    The official announcement is made that the Fifth (Royal Irish) Lancers, Nineteenth and Twentieth Hussars, and Twenty-first Lancers will be disbanded when service ...

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  17. REVOLVER CARRYING.

    John Hand, a youth of 19 years, who, with a younger companion, was captured by the police night bicycle patrol on the Clifton Hill railway station early on the ...

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  18. Germany and China.

    Replying to questions in the House of Commons, the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Cecil HurmsWorth) said that Germany on July 1 signed a trade ...

    Article : 121 words
  19. EFFORTS OF GENERAL SMUTS.

    Notice was given by Senator Lynch (W.A.), in the Senate yesterday, that on Tuesday he will move- "That this Senate record its deep ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. FAMINE IN RUSSIA.

    The Copenhagen correspondent of the Berlin "Lokal Anzeiger" sais that the situation in Russia is becoming increasingly acute. It is estimated that 10,000,000 ...

    Article : 94 words
  21. Bavarian Atrocity.

    According to the Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Express," lamentable revelations, made by an escaped prisoner named Ney, have been published in the "Berliner ...

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  22. France Will Assist.

    It is stated by the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" that the French Government has intimated to the United States its desire to assist in feeding the ...

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  23. Economy in England.

    Independent Liberals in the House of Commons have decided to challenge in the House the appointment of an economy comnittee of business men, on the ground that ...

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  24. Moroccan Rebellion.

    Fighting between the Spanish forces and the Moroccan rebels continuos, the rebels having captured Nador, Public demonstrations in Madrid have been held to demand ...

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  25. Trade Depression.

    According to a report issued by the Midland Counties Wages Board, since January the price of finished iron, has fallen to the extent of £13 a ton, the effect of which ...

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  26. Tour of New Zealand.

    The following team of amateurs will leave England on October 23 on a tour of New Zealand:—J. C. Hartley (captain), A. W. Carr. L. H. W. Troughton. Major Sarel, ...

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  27. GENERAL CABLES.

    The launch of the first Australian seaplane from the Fairey work, Southampton, which was to have taken place next week, has been postponed. ...

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  28. FARMERS' AND LABOUR.

    MURTOA, Friday.—To-night Mr, Lawson delivered an address to a crowded audience in the Mechanics Hall. Dealing with the question of a compulsory wheat pool, ...

    Article : 408 words
  29. McDonald to Play Three Years.

    It is officially stated, that E. A. McDonald's engagement with the Nelson (Lancashire League) club is for three years. ...

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  30. Unemployment in U.S.A

    The United States Department of Labour has issued statistics dealing with 65 industrial centres, which shows unemployment has increased by more than 1 per cent, ...

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  31. Paul Freeman Dead.

    Information received in London confirms the report that the individual from Australia killed in the railway accident between Riga and Moscow, in Russia was ...

    Article : 540 words
  32. FARMERS' UNION.

    The Farmers' Union has 14 candidates in the field; the 13 sitting members and one who has been selected to contest the Polwarth electorate against the sitting ...

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  33. FAMILY IN COURT.

    The family party arrested on Thursday night appeared in the City Court yesterday morning. Eliza Junghern, aged 65 years, charged with having received 13 ...

    Article : 232 words
  34. Stately Homes of England.

    Addressing his tenants, the Duke of Portland predicted the wholesale, closing of many, historic homes in England, owing to the inability of the owners to maintain ...

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  35. Workless Ex-Service Men.

    Field-Marshal Earl Haig, on the seventh anniversary of the outbreak of the war, appeals to the nation not to forget its debt to the men who stood between it and ...

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  36. SPORTING CABLES.

    Sir Thomas Lipton, the owner of the senes of Shamrock yachts, with which from time to time he attempted without success to win the Amenca Cup in American ...

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  37. MILDER WEATHER.

    According to a bulletin issued last night by the Weather Bureau, an anti-cyclone which was over South Australia yesterday, is working eastward, and will bring a ...

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  38. POLICE RAID IN CITY.

    Excitement was caused in Swanston street last night about 10 o'clock when 17 plain clothes constables under the command of Senior- Detective McCann, came ...

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  39. BOXING.

    In a ten-rounds contest at New York, Mike Gibbons decisively defeated Angle Ratner, a promising young middle weight, on points. ...

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  41. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    Her Majesty's Theatre.—"The Lilac Domino." Theatre royal.— "Nightie Night." Kings's Theatre,—'Scandal" Princes Theatre—"Hands Across the Sea." ...

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  42. UNPAID CLOTHING ACCOUNT.

    On February 7 judgment was obtained by Mrs. R.E.Morse, of Lygon street Carlton clothing manufacturer, against Howard Jolley, of Florida Mansions St Kilda, Insurance agent, for the ...

    Article : 237 words
  43. FORESTATION METHODS.

    Since the first settlers arrived in Australia the idigenous timbers have been burned in a most wasteful manner, and people have not awakened to the value of ...

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  44. CAUCUS PARTY'S POLICY.

    The leader of the Cancus Opposition (Mr. Prendergast) will announce the policy of his party in the Loco. Hall, Victoria street, North Melbourne, on Wednesday night. He ...

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