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  2. SOUTH'S GAME EFFORT.

    Of some 25,000 people who watched Carlton and South Melbourne playing at Prince's Oval on Saturday about four-fifths would agree that it just fell short of being ...

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  3. OFFER TO IRELAND.

    The Sinn Fein leader (Mr. de Valera) and several of his colleagues are members of a house party which is spending the week-end in theoutskirts of Dublin. They ...

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  4. BRITISH TRADE REVIEW.

    During the last few days the Stock Exchange has had a severe fit of depression. The gilt-edged market is suffering from the unsatisfactory position of national ...

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  5. AFFLUENT AUSTRALIA.

    The Prime Minister of Australia (Mr. Hughes) addressed about a hundred bankers and financiers at Australia House. Those present included Sir Harry Goschen ...

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  6. STATE ELECTIONS.

    Nominations were received on Saturday for the State general election, to be held on Tuesday, August 30. Nineteen retiring members, including 11 Ministerialists, have ...

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  7. TWO MORE CENTURIES.

    For the return match between the Australians and Gloucestershire, commenced at Cheltenham to-day, the weather was delightful and the wicket all that could be ...

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  8. SPORTING CABLES.

    Mr. C. Lucas, manager for George Cook, the Australian heavy-weight boxer, is negotiating with Georges Carpentier, the French heavy-weight, with the object of ...

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  9. AMERICA AND PACIFIC.

    It is found by the correspondent of the United Press Association at Washington that there is agreement in American official circles with the view expressed by the ...

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  10. ENGLISH ST. LEGER SCRATCHING.

    Alan Breck has been scratched for the English St. Leger, to be run on Wednesday, September 7. ...

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  11. GENERAL CABLES.

    For the first time in 14 months a balance of trade in favour of India is reported. The United States Steel Corporation has announced that a further reduction of wages ...

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  12. Plight of Russians.

    It is stated by the Russian Trade Delegation to London that the harvest in provinces outside the famine area should be satisfactory, considering the difficulties and ...

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  13. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Mr. John McKenzie, senior sorter in the mail branch of the G.P.O., Spencer street, was presented with a travelling rug and motor gloves by the members of the ...

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  14. BRADFORD WOOL TRADE.

    Writing of Mr. Hughes's visit to Bradford, the "Yorkshire Observer" says that the visit hos done good in many ways, and has removed a few misconceptions on both ...

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  15. "Unpleasant Impressions."

    The "Financial Times" states: — "Mr. Hughes's invitations to bankers and financiers to meet him 'to discuss the question of Australian finance' seemed to indicate ...

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  16. Mr. Massey Honoured.

    The Prime Minister of New Zealand (Mr. W. F. Massey) was presented on Friday with the freedom of Sheffield. After the ceremony there was an assemblage at the ...

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  17. Criticism of Armstrong.

    The cricket contributor to the "Observer" writes:—"The Australian tour, in some ways, has been an agreeably memorable one; in others; disagreeably ...

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  18. Uniform Patent Laws.

    It was agreed by the Imperial Conference that representatives from the patents offices of the Dominions should meet in London to consider the practicability of ...

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  19. London Wool Sales.

    The arrangement regarding the proportion of Bawra and free wool to be offered at the London sales, lasts until the end of the year. The British-Australasian ...

    Article : 191 words
  20. Irish Press Comment.

    The Dublin newspapers are impressed with the new situation which has arisen as a result of Mr. Lloyd George's speech. The "Irish Independent" (Nationalist) says ...

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  21. Oldfield's Future.

    W. A. Oldfield, the Australian wicketkeeper, has expressed a desire to settle in England. He has entered into negotiations with Lancashire, with whom he will play ...

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  22. Pressure from Abroad.

    Sunday newspapers publish conflicting reports of the prospects of an Irish settlement. The political correspondent of the "Sunday Times" slates that Ministers ...

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  23. Argentine Meat Preferred.

    In an interview published in the "Meat Trade Journal," the Agent-General for Queensland (Mr. J. M. Hunter) says- "The present serious condition of the beef ...

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  24. County Championship.

    The County cricket championship promises to provide an exciting wind-up, with a neck-and-neck struggle between Middlesex (the champion county last year), ...

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  25. DAVIS CUP.

    The semi-final of the Davis Cup competition between Japan and India was won by Japan. In the doubles match Shimidzu and kumagae (Japan) defeated Sleem and ...

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  26. Greek Troops Success.

    The Greek troops are within 50 miles of Angora, the Kernalist capital. A Greek aerial squadron has raided the town, and has bombed the barracks. The residents are ...

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  27. Shipping Mishaps.

    A private cable message indicates that the situation of the Union Castle liner Saxon, which arrived at Sierra Leone with a fire in the bunkers, was more serious than ...

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  28. Averages for Season.

    Following are the leading averages for the season up to Friday- BATTING. C. P. Mead (Hampshire), 2,767 runs, 69.17. ...

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  29. PRIMARY PRODUCERS.

    PERTH, Saturday.—At the Primary Producers' conference on Friday a motion was agreed to for the reduction of the salaries of members of Parliament and all ...

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  30. Country.

    PEACOCK, Sir Alexander James. legal manager, Creswick (Nat.). MILLER, Robert, labourer, Bald Hills (lab.). BALLARAT EAST. ...

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  31. Indian Cloth Boycott.

    Writing in the journal "Young India," the extremist leader, Gandhi, says that he again erred grievously in introducing the spinning wheel into non-co-operation ...

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  32. DAIL FIREANN AND OFFER.

    The boys of the Christian Brothers' College, East Melbourne, and those of the three primary schools of East Melbourne, Abbotsford, and Clifton Hill gave Archbishop ...

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  33. Three-days' Test Matches.

    Mr. Sydney Smith, jun., manager of the Australian team, said in an interview that the Australian Board of Control for years had urged without avail that Test matches ...

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  34. PRISONER BITES CONSTABLE'S THUMB.

    "The prisoner threw himself on the ground, kicked and punched, and bit my thumb so badly that it [?] to be treated at the Melbourne Hospital," said Constable W. Barber in the City Court on Friday, ...

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  35. CITY SHOOTING SEQUEL.

    Detectives who have been investigating the shooting incident that occurred in the city on Wednesday night made an arrest on Saturday, and Joseph Colter appeared in the City Court on Saturday ...

    Article : 114 words
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  37. Allied Debts to U.S.A.

    The finance committee of the United States Senate has reported favourably to the Administration on the bill providing for the refunding of Allied debts within ...

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  38. McDONALD'S BATTING.

    Sir,—With reference to the Test match averages published to-day, these omit the batting average of E. A. McDonald, whose average is as follows:—Five innings, three ...

    Article : 105 words
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