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  2. GERMAN REVOLUTION.

    LONDON, Friday.—A message from Berlin on Tuesday stated:—Fighting again broke out last evening, the Spartacusites attacking Anhalter station with rifles and grenades. ...

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  3. LATEST SPORTING.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The A.J.C. Anniversary meeting opened in fine warm weather to-day, the attendance being large. Though no rain has fallen lately the running track looked ...

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  4. PORTUGAL.

    VANCOUVER, Friday.—It is reported that a monarchy has been proclaimed at Lisbon, and that the garrison joins in the movement. ...

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  5. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    PARIS, Friday.—A communique says: The representatives of the Great Powers reassembled this morning, but did not discuss Russian or Polish affairs. The wireless at ...

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  6. WEIGHTS FOR TO-DAY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The following weights have been declared for the second day of the meeting:- Highweight Handicap.—Anotto 10-6, ...

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  7. CONFLICTING NEWS.

    LONDON, Friday.—News of the Portuguese situation is conflicting. From Lisbon on Wednesday it was reported that volunteer Republican battalions were organising in ...

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  8. PROJECT ADOPTED.

    PARIS, Sunday.—The Peace Conference unanimously adopted the League of Nations project. President Wilson and Colonel House are the American mumbers of the ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. TO PROTECT WEST PRUSSIA.

    AMSTERDAM, Friday.—A message from Danzig states that Field-Marshal von Hindenberg, replying to an appeal from the municipality to protect West Prussia, ...

    Article : 82 words
  10. DEVELOPMENT OF TRADE.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Sir Albert Stanley, President of the Board of Trade, addressing the Huddersfield Chamber of Commerce, said he would be much happier if he ...

    Article : 258 words
  11. SANDOWN PARK RACES.

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  12. LISBON FORTS SUPPORT REPUBLIC.

    LISBON, Saturday.—The forts and the entrenched camp at Liston support the Republic. Vesse[?]s in the Tagus intercepted a Monarchist wireless from Monsanto to ...

    Article : 59 words
  13. EX-SOVIET MINISTER'S STATEMENT.

    STOCKHOLM, Saturday—A former Soviet Minister when interviewed expressed satisfaction at the decision of the Peace Conference as regards Russia. He was ...

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  14. STATE OF SIEGE.

    AMSTERDAM, Friday.—A siege has been proclaimed at Hamburg owing to the Spartacusite outbreak. ...

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  15. TROOPS SHELLED.

    LISBON, Saturday.—Troops assembled in the Montsant[?] Hills and unfurled the Monarchist flag. The battery at Lisbon shelled the troops, who it is reported were ...

    Article : 77 words
  16. THE GERMAN COLONIES.

    PARIS, Saturday—A communique says:—The President of the United States and the Prime Ministers and Foreign Secretaries of the United States, the British Empire, France ...

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  17. COUNTER REVOLUTION NOT FEARED.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Renter's Berlin correspondent says that Noske when interviewed stated that the Government did not fear a counter revolution. A number of ...

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  18. INVITATION TO BOLSHEVIKS.

    LONDON, Friday.—M. Miliukoff, a Russian ex-Minister, when interviwed by a representative of Reuter in London, deplored the invitation to the Bolsheviks. He said ...

    Article : 119 words
  19. RUSSIA.

    LONDON, Friday.—The "Times" Helsingfors correspondent says:—After the Narva battle Trotsky fled to Petrograd with the commander of the northern army. The ...

    Article : 94 words
  20. EPIDEMIC' OF STRIKES.

    HAGUE, Saturday.—Ber[?]in is suffering from an epidemic of strikes, and, is shrouded in darkness. All traffic is paralysed as the result of the electricity workers' strike, ...

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  21. ALBION PARK RACES.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—At Albion Park races yesterday the Park Plate resulted:- Lord Marajax 1, Noelamayne 2, Downcast 3. Winner's price 3 to 1. Won by six lengths, ...

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  22. TURKISH AFFAIRS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The "Times" Constantinople correspondent says that the Government has resigned as the result of a scandal concerning certain grain ...

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  23. LLOYD GEORGE'S ATTITUDE.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Agency learns, in reference to the misunderstanding which seems to have arise[?] concerning Mr. Lloyd George's attitude in regard to ...

    Article : 125 words
  24. GENERAL WAR CABLES.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Tokio-correspondent says that in the Diet the Foreign Minister declared that Japan had no territorial ambitions in China or elsewhere. Upon ...

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  25. N.Z. RACING.

    WELLINGTON, Saturday—The Wellington Handicap resulted:—Ma[?]ee 1, Rewi Poto 2, Heathercote 3. Kelburn Plate: Gloaming 1, Survey of Grenides 2. ...

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  26. A BOLSHEVIK SUCCESS.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Agency learns that the Bolsheviks are reported to have captured Ordenburg. If this is correct it is unfortunate, as it increases the difficulties of ...

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  27. THE TIPSTERS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—"Jack Spur" tips is follows:- Anniversary Handicap.—Arch Marella, Phast Boy, Greg. ...

    Article : 67 words
  28. CLEARED OF BOLSHEVIKS.

    LONDON, Friday.—Northern Esthonia and Livonia have been cleared of the Bolsheviks, thanks to the intervention of Finnish troops. It is reported that Trotsky ...

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  29. PRISONERS' CAMPS.

    AMSTERDAM, Friday.—The Inter-departmental Committee in connection with prisoners of war announces that the German authorities assured the Netherlands Minister in ...

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  30. INTERNATIONAL LABOR QUESTIONS.

    PARIS, Friday.—Mr. Barnes explained to British pressmen that the conference felt it must deal with international Labor questions, hoping to lay the foundation for more ...

    Article : 137 words
  31. OPPRESSED PEOPLES.

    PARIS, Saturday.—Turkey's doom is already written large in delegations from oppressed peoples. Neighbors have brought terrible tales to Pari[?] confirming the worst ...

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  32. A COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The "Times" in a leading article says:—The conference has shown courage and wisdom in tackling the grave and urgent problem of Russia. The ...

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  33. SIBERIAN ARMY.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Siberian army is wintering in a temperature of 50 degrees below zero. Plenty of British arms and munitions are arriving. The troops lack boots and ...

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  34. POSITION OF THE HORSES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The following is the order of the most fancied horses for the Anniversary Handicap:—Arch Marella. Greg and phast Boy. Finmark. Eastcourt. Kenilera ...

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  35. RUSSIANS IN SPAIN.

    MADRID, Saturday.—The Austrian Embassy has [?]eft. In the Chamber of Deputies Senor Darcia (Republican) protested against the expulsion of Russians from Spain. ...

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  36. CRICKET.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The interstate match, between New South Wales and Victoria commenced on the Sydney cricket ground to-day. The wicket was in perfect ...

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  37. BOLSHEVIKS BURNING BANK BOOKS.

    STOCKHOLM, Saturday.—A Petrograd message says that the Bolshevik Government has decided before leaving Petrograd to burn all the bank account books with the ...

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  38. TERRITORIAL QUESTIONS.

    PARIS, Friday.—A communique states: The representatives of the Allied and Associated Powers to-day considered international labor legislation and ...

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  39. SWISS HELD AS HOSTAGES.

    STOCKHOLM, Saturday,—The Bolshevik Government has prohibited Swiss citizens from leaving Russia. They have imprisoned the Swiss as hostages while the ...

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  40. BOLSHEVISTS SEIZE NEWSPAPER.

    BERNE, Saturday.—At Budapest armed Bolshevists seized the offices of the newspaper "Pestchirlap," forcing the manager to hand over funds. ...

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  41. SWISS DELEGATION.

    BERNE, Saturday.—Switzerland is sending a delegation to Paris to settle pending economic questions with the Allies. ...

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  42. IRELAND.

    DUBLIN, Friday.—The first Sinn Fein Irish Assembly is composed of 29 uninterned Sinn [?]ein Ms.P. The assembly attracted vast crowds to the Mansion House. The Assembly ...

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  43. AUSTRALASIA.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The latest casualty list gives the grand total at 308,806, including dead 58,037, wounded, 166,230, and sick 82,402. ...

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  44. NEUTRALISATION QUESTION.

    PARIS, Saturday.—Mr. Hughes, Mr. Massey, and General Smuts were ca[?]led before the Council yesterday afternoon to state the case against the neutralisation of the ...

    Article : 364 words
  45. POLAND'S POSITION.

    LONDON, Friday.—The situation in Poland is difficult. It is reported that German forces are being sent tG Poland to fight against the Poles; also that 30,000 ...

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  46. AUTHORSHIP OF WAR.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Draft resolutions defined that the League of Nations should have a permanent organisation to carry on between international conferences. The ...

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  47. SENATOR PEARCE'S TRIP.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—A large crowd assembled at Port Melbourne pier yesterday afternoon and gave a send-off to Senator Pearce (Minister for Defence) on his ...

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  48. BOLSHEVIK AGITATORS ARRESTED.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Warsaw correspondent statics that the Paderewski Government has arrested numerous Bolshevik agitators and suspended the extremist paper ...

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  49. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    PARIS, Saturday.—The Peace Conference has appointed a committee to settle the details of League of Nations. President Wilson in opening the discussion said: "A ...

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  51. ALLIED ASSISTANCE.

    LONDON, Friday.—A message from Warsaw on Tuesday stated that. General Bathelemy, chief of the Anglo-French mission, in an interview said that the Allies would give ...

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  53. ARRANGEMENTS IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The cricket arrangements are hampered owing to the failure of the Board of Control to nominate a manager in succession to Camp[?]ell, who is ...

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  54. DRAFTING A JOINT PLAN.

    PARIS, Saturday.—The French, British, American, and Italian associations for a League of Nations have decided to hold a conference on the 26th inst. for the purpose ...

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