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  2. DAVIS CUP TENNIS.

    Australia placed herself in a possible winning position by defeating the French in one of the most exciting doubles matches ever staged. Nearly every game was evenly ...

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  3. U.S.A. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    Two hundred railway magnates met in New York to vote on President Harding's proposals to end the railway strike. It is stated that a sharp division of opinion ...

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  4. EXPLOSION ON LINER.

    The navy wireless station at Boston last night received a call for assistance from the White Star liner Adriatic (25,000 tons), owing to an explosion in the hold. Later ...

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  5. MR. ARTHUR GRIFFITH.

    Mr. Arthur Griffith, Prresident of the Irish Free State Parliament, died suddenly in Dublin to-day. Mr. Griffith had been a patient in a ...

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  6. PREMIERSCONFER

    Informal conversations between Mr. Lloyd George. M. Poincaro (France), and M. Thcunis (Belgium) were continued throughout Friday. The British submitted ten ...

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  7. MR. BRUCE'S BUDGET.

    A plain, unvarnished tale may be expected from the Commonwealth Treasurer (Mr. Bruce) when he makes his Budget statement on Thursday. He paved the ...

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  8. IRISH REBELLION.

    Free State troops have captured Cork from the rebels, but its chief buildings are now enveloped in flames. It is officially announced that the National forces took 50 ...

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  9. TRAMWAY WAGE REDUCTIONS.

    In consequence of the action of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board in declining to defer payment of reduced wages until a new agreement is arrived at, ...

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  10. Chinese Politics.

    The flight of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, President of the Republic of South China, means his climination from the immediate political situation in China, slthough, as leader of ...

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  11. CHINESE TYPHOON.

    The New York "World" has published the first detailed cable message descriptive of the typhoon at Swatow (China). It was the most terrific typhoon ever ...

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  12. FIRE IN LONSDALE STREET.

    The third and top floors of premises occupied by R. R. Woolcott and Company Proprietary Limited, paper merchants, at 400 Lonsdale street, were ...

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  13. Pago Pago Oil Station.

    The United States Shipping Board and the Navy department are jointly eatablishing a fuel oil station at Pago Pago, on the island of Tutuila, Samoa, which is ...

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  14. United States Tariff.

    The United States Senate has adopted the amendment to the flexible tariff provisions of the McCumber Bill, by 3[?] votes to 20. ...

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  15. British Trade Returns.

    Imports of merchandise into Great Britain during July were valued at £82,254,500, an increase of £1,281,761 when compared with those of July last ...

    Article : 101 words
  16. SHEARING INDUSTRY.

    Members of the Pastoralists' Association are indignant at what they term a despicable piece of trickery, in the shapa of a forged circular, by which three stations in ...

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  17. British Ships Seized.

    Bolsheviks scized three British ships at Battum, in the Black Sea, claiming that they were formerly Russian ships. Several British warships are proceeding to ...

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  18. German-Australian Line.

    The German-Australian line has resumed its service to Australia, the steamer Hanau having left Hamburg yesterday for Australia, via South Africa. The next ...

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  19. Australian Dried Fruits.

    At a meeting of the majority of holders of Australian dried fruits held in London to-day, there were present representatives of Gollin and Company, D. and J. ...

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  20. Professor Mayo's Trip.

    Professor Elton Mayo, of the University of Queensland, has arrrived at Honolulu on his way to the Hawalin mainland to make a study of labour conditions for the ...

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  21. "Mortorless Aviation."

    The Motorless Aviation Congress has held a meeting at Clermont for the purpose of testing several engincless neroplanes. Although the duration of the ...

    Article : 128 words
  22. PICTURE ENTERPRISE.

    During a visit paid last week to Adelaide by Mr. W. A. Gibson and Mr. Stuart F. Doyle, managing directors of Union Theatres Limited, the owners of an ...

    Article : 192 words
  23. MADE IN GERMANY.

    Among the cargo shipped at Hamburg by the [?]teamer Port Curtis and discharged at Melbourne recently; were six cases, containing micro[?]copes and par[?]a and ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLES.

    Tom Sullivan, a former champion sculler, gave a farewell dinner to George Towns, also a former champion, on the eve of his departure for Australia, via ...

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  25. Misplaced Tropical Heat.

    Northern Norway is experiencing unprecedented tropical heat. Outdoor labour is now being doue at night by the light of the midnight [?] Trem[?], for six ...

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  26. "PUREST BRITISH RACE."

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— The Protestant Hall at Crow's Next, North Sydney, was crowded on Saturday night when the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) gave an address to ...

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  27. LABOUR AND IMMIGRATION.

    Mr. S[?]in, M.H.R., in an address—the third of the "Hidden Hand" series at the [?] Theatre last night, said that no greater conspiracy than the proposal to ...

    Article : 172 words
  28. CLAIMS ON RAILWAYS.

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  29. GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES.

    At [?] meeting of the council of the Melbourne Chamber of Commeree a letter was received through the president of the Associated Chambera of Commerce from the ...

    Article : 201 words
  30. BLACK COAL NEAR WARRAGUL

    WARRAGUL. Saturday. The Speaker of the legislative Assembly (Sir John Ma[?]key) visited Warragul yesterday with Mr. Barogwanath, director of g[?]gical [?]urvey. ...

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  31. UNCONSCIOUS IN STREET.

    A passing motorist at 6 o'clock on Saturday night picked up a man who was lying unconscious outside St. paul's Cathedral, and took him to the Melbourne Hospital, ...

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  32. MISSING FOR OVER A YEAR.

    MAFFRA, Saturday.— The body discovered in the Macalister River yesterday afternoon was recovered by Constable Can[?]on this morning. Both hands were ...

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  33. RAID BY POLICE.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.— Premises in the city which were [?]ded on Monday night, when more than 60 men were arrested, were visited by the police this ...

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  35. KNOOKE[?] DOWN BY MOTOR-CAR.

    While [?]ding [?] along Royal parade, Royal Park, on Tuesday afternoon, a young man [?] by a motor-car and thro[?] to the [?] He was taken to the [?] ...

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  39. MOTOR-CYCLIST'S FALL.

    BALLARAT, Friday.— While [?] a motorcycle on Friday, J. Carroll, aged [?] clerk, fell. He was taken to the hospital suffering from cou[?]ton of the b[?] and ...

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