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  4. MATTERS MILITARY

    LONDON, Wednesday.— Arnolds have published Sir Ian Hamilton's book entitled "The Soul and Body of an Army" The writer travels the ...

    Article : 356 words
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  6. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    DPENHAGEN, Tuesday.—The RusSoviet, which anticipated being to feed 2,000,000 starving peasants, finds that it is able, this month, to ...

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  7. SILESIAN PROBLEM. THE COUNCIL'S, REPORT.

    GENEVA, Tuesday.—The Council, of the League of Nations has, already, officially communicated its report, on silesia both, to France and England. ...

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  8. FOR IRISH PEACE. g CONFERENCE OPENED.

    LONDON,.Tuesduy.—The, Irish, conference met this morning, The proceeding were mainly devoted to discussing methods, of procedure. ...

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  9. BRITAIN AND TURKEY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The British vernment has received information at the British prisoners held y the nationalists (Turkish Nationalists) have ...

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  10. OBSERVING THE TRUCE.

    The Daily Chronicle says that the first result of the Irish conference was the appointment of a special-committee to consider a better observance of the ...

    Article : 182 words
  11. UNEASINESS AT BERLIN.

    The correspondent of the "Daily chronicle" at Berlin says there is great uneasiness in Wilhelmstrasse regarding Upper Silesia. The.general feeling is ...

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  12. INDIAN MARINE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—It has been dccided that when the Indian marine is organised it will co-operate with the [?] fleet. Indians will receive their ...

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  13. TREAT OF GOUGH'S ARMY.

    Sir,—In your issue of Sept. 30 I [?] across a letter over the name of J. Dowling.] have not the doubtful asure of M. J. Dowling's ...

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  14. SIGNIFICANT ACTION.

    The Irish acceptance of the hospitality was the more significant, as before they left Dublin the members of the delegation intimated that they would ...

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  15. MOPLAH, REBELLION.

    ALLAHABAD, Tuesday—The military has prohibited refugees concentrating" in the towns in the rebellious area. Intensive operations the impending, and ...

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  16. N.S. WALES LOAN OVER SUBSCRIBED.

    Thc New South "Wales loan of £3,000,000 at 6 pcr cent closed to-day. The loan was over-subscribed, the subscriptions totalling £5,500,000. ...

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  17. CATHOLIC HEIRARCHY.

    The annual meeting of the Irish Catholic Hierarchy, held at Maynooth to-day, Cardinal Logue presiding, unanimously adopted a resolution of ...

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  18. IN WAR AND PEACE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.— The Richboruugh.(Sandwich) train ferry, which during the war carried thousands of train loads of munitions across the ...

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  19. WAR IN NEAR EAST.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Daily Express" reports that the Greek Premier and Foreign Minister arrivingin London at the week-end to ...

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  20. THE MYSTERY SHIP.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—During the experimental.—flight, at. Farmborough of Brennan Helicopter to-day the maclinic erashed from 500 feet. The noise ...

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  22. MOROCCAN REBELLION.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Thc correspondent of the "Daily Express" at Madrid states that the occupation of Guragu dominating Melilla, virtually ends the ...

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  23. STORY DENIED.

    LATER.—The Helicopter story is. de nied. The accident at Farnborough happened to a small aeroplane. ...

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  24. SUPREME WAR COUNCIL.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—It is reported from Paris that General Nollet (President of the Inter-Allied Commission of Control at Berlin) succeeds General ...

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  25. THE KANGAROOS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Ball, a member of the, Australian Rugby team, has gohe to Paris as one of the Northern Union delegates to interview the ...

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  26. IN FIJI.

    'SUVA,' Wednesday.—Ocean Island reprots that the influenza epidemic there.is improving..But few Europeans have been affected. ...

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  28. THE SILENT PARTNER.

    If Nature is given a fair chance little, assistance is needed to keep the human machine in proper working order, but millions of people dont give ...

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