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  2. V.A.T.C. MEETING.

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  3. THE BETTING MARKET.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—After the race for the Australian Hurdle Race on Saturday the Steeplec[?]ase quotations placed Cuffs a firm favorite. He is followed by Doiran, ...

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  4. LATEST SPORTING. THE TURF.

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  5. RUSSIA. FEARS FOR BRITISH ARMY'S SAFETY.

    LONDON, July 29th.—News of a fresh Bolshevik advance along the Archangel railway a hundred miles from Archangel has intensified the alarm felt for the ...

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  6. THE PEACE TREATY. BULGARIA'S DEMAND.

    PARIS, Friday.—The Bulgarian delegation has presented to the Conference its first note urging the retention of Macedonia, the Dobrudja and Thrace on the grounds of ...

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  7. OVERSEAS LABOR TROUBLES. THE MINERS' STRIKE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A lobbyist says the Government find many parts of Mr. Duckham's scheme unworkable, and therefore are accepting only its guiding principles, but ...

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  8. CONGRESS OF EXTREMISTS. FORMING A NEW PARTY.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The congress of the trade unionists and representatives of Labor Leagues called together by the breakaway or extremist section of Labor was ...

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  9. RIDER FINED.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—The stipendiary stewards at Caulfield held an inquiry into alleged suspicious foul riding in connection with the Jumpers' Flat Race at Moonee ...

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  10. DANZIG AND MEMEL.

    PARIS, Friday.—The Supreme Council to-day Considered the recommendations of the military advisers in regard to Danzig. It was decided that Polish troops be ...

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  11. RAILWAY WORKERS' DEMANDS.

    VANCOUVER, Friday.—Washington reports that President Wilson asks Congress to create a special investigating commission to inquire into and decide the demands for ...

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  12. FOOTRACING.

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  13. STRIKE OF POLICEMEN.

    LONDON, Friday.—The police strikers in the metropolis number 536. The officials are dismissing every man for not parading for duty. The wives are picketing the ...

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  14. DENIKIN'S GREAT VICTORY.

    LONDON, Thursday.—A communique says:—A great victory has been gained by General Denikin's army. The important town of Kamishin on the Volga, 110 miles ...

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  15. RESUMPTION OF PARCELS POST.

    PARIS, Friday.—The Supreme Council has practically decided to constitute a special in[?]erallied commission to co-ordinate all operations in connection with the execution of the ...

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  16. DIRECT ACTION DISCUSSION.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Parliamentary Labor party has considered a proposal to repudiate the direct action policy, but adjourned the discussion sine die. ...

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  17. BOXING.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—At the Stadium last night Billy Tingle defeated Sandy McVea on points after 20 rounds. ...

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  18. WILL THE RAILWAY MEN STRIKE.

    LONDON, Friday.—The railway men's attitude at the present is uncertain. A majority of the leaders and transport men ex[?] pect Williams to oppose the general strike. ...

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  19. REPATRIATION. TROOPS STILL IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Friday. — General Monash states that 29,000 are not repatriated, including 2000 absentees. Sixteen thousand will be repartriated in August and ...

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  20. W.A. WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP.

    PERTH, Saturday. — Murton defeated George at Perth last night for the Western Australian welterweight championship. ...

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  21. UREN BEATS "RED" MITCHELL.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A large crowd of soldiers assembled at the Sydney Stadium to see the contest between "Red" Mitchell[?] M.M., and Tommy U[?]en for the reaidential ...

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  22. A POORLY ATTENDED MEETING.

    LONDON, Friday.—A lobbyist says only 20 attended the Labor Party's discussion on direct action, and not a single member defended the extremists' talk. ...

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  23. TROOPS SAILING.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Sailing by the Katoomba on August 6th are 494 soldiers and 350 dependents; by the Ceramic on August 8th 529 soldiers and 311 dependents; by the ...

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  24. DECLINED TO JOIN.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The Executive Committee of the Australian Clerical Association decided with one dissentient vote not to be represented at the conference of the ...

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  25. CENTRAL PARTY AND TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Central par[?]y is considering the expediency of repudiating the triple Labor alliance in view of the uncertainties of the industrial situation. The ...

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  26. FOOTBALL.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—In the first-grade Rugby League competitions Newtown beat Western Suburbs by 10 to 5, Balmain beat Annandale by 25 to 5, Glebo beat South ...

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  27. RESERVES BEING DESPATCHED.

    LONDON, Friday.—Although the situation of our troops in North Russia is not causing immediate anxiety certain units are being despatched as a general reserve to ...

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  28. A.I.F. v. AUSTRALIA.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The final match between the A.I.F. and Australia was played at the Sydney Sports Ground to-day in the presence of 7000 spectators. The A.I.F. won by ...

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  29. CHAPELS IN FRANCE.

    PARIS, Saturday.—The Government are erecting ornate chapels surmounted by crosses to mark Douanmont and to commemorate the greatest of French battles. ...

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  30. VICTORIA PARE RACES.

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  31. AUSTRALIANS AT ARCHANGEL.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Of nearly 200 soldiers who Were discharged from the A.I.F. in order to join the Russian relief force 104 have actually enlisted. It appears they are ...

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  32. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. VICTORY LOAN.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—In the House of Commons Mr. A. Chamberlain announced that the Victory loan now totalled about £76,000,000 sterling. ...

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  33. NEW ZEALANDERS' TOUR.

    CAPETOWN, Saturday.—The New Zealand Rugby team beat the South-Western districts by 23 to nil at Oudsthoorn. There was a record crowd. ...

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  34. SIR JOHN MONASH SAILS AUGUST 6th.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Lieut[?]General Sir John Monash will sail for Australia by the Katoomba on August 6th. ...

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  35. CRICKET.

    LONDON, Saturday.—In the match Australians v. Surrey Willis made 58 and Lampard 56. Surrey lost five wickets for 26 runs after which Wilkinson (103) and J. Crawford ...

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  36. WALLSEND RACES.

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  37. BRITISH POLITICS. COALITIONIST MEMBERS PERTURBED.

    LONDON, Friday.—A lobbyist says the Coalition organisers are seriously perturbed at the Bothwell reverse. Even if Laborites are not prepared to turn them over, the ...

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  38. CINEMA FOR SCHOLARS.

    LONDON, Friday.—Elementary scholars to the number of 13,500 attended the Australia House cinema which at present is touring the provincial schools. ...

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  39. DENIKIN CAPTURES POLTAVA.

    LONDON, Saturday.—General Denikin has captured Poltava and large quantities of supplies. Bolsheviks report further White Guard mutinies at Murmansk. Eight ...

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  40. McBRIDE VISITS AMERICA.

    LONDON, Friday.—General McBride sails per Macedonia early in September for the States, staying there five weeks. His wife does not accompany him. ...

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  41. BOWLING.

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  42. MR. RAE'S MOTION CARRIED.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The delegates sat again at the Trades Hall this afternoon and evening. Mr. Brookfield's amendment was defeated ...

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  43. ITALY'S ELECTORAL REFORM.

    ROME, Friday.—The Chamber of Deputies by 277 to 38 passed the Electoral Reform Bill, including proportional representation and widening the franchise. ...

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  44. AUSTRALIANS DEFEAT BOLSHEVIKS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—A handful of 30 Russians and 60 Australians defeated and scattered some hundreds of Bolsheviks on the Archangel front. ...

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  45. POLICE BILL CARRIED.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Commons carried the third reading of the Police Bill after the Labor party's protests. ...

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  46. RELATIVES AND BATTLEFIELDS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Senator Pear[?]e states that he cannot permit relatives of dead soldiers to visit the battlefields until the reinterment of bodies is completed. This ...

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  47. HUNGARY. SOVIET GOVERNMENT'S RESIGNATION.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Berlin correspondent, writing from Vienna, says the Hungarian Commissary called on the Entente, represented by Colonel Cunningham, and ...

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  48. GERMAN REPUBLIC.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Weimar correspondent says the Assembly rejected by 243 to 53 a member of the Right's motton of Jack of confidence in the Government, and ...

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  49. GRAFTON DEFEATS BANGALOW.

    GRAFTON, Sunday.—The Grafton bowlers defeated Bangalow yesterday in both the Spence Cup and the pennant matches, the former by 66 to 50 and the latter by 89 to ...

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  50. DROP IN COTTON.

    LONDON, Friday.—There has been a sensational collapse in cotton prices at Liverpool, beginning all round with a drop of a penny per pound. There is a tendency to ...

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  51. ERZBERGER'S REVELATIONS DISCUSSED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Times" Berlin correspondent says Erzberger's revelations monopolise the attention of political circles. ...

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  52. AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. A COUNCIL DISBANDS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—At the animal meeting of the industrial vigilance council of the A.L.P. it was decided by 45 to four votes to disband the council as it had outlived ...

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  53. ALBION PARK PLATE.

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  54. INCOME TAX RETURNS.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday. — When the Federal income tax office closed yesterday 150,000 returns had been received from Victoria out of a total of 250,000 residents of ...

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  55. THE NEW GOVERNMENT.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Budapest reports that Bela Kun has resigned and the trade unions have formed a Socialist Government with the view of negotiating with the Allies. ...

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  56. AUSTRALIAN ARMY TRAINING.

    LONDON, Friday.—Interviewed General Monash expressed the view that in future Australian army training should strictly conform with British Army training. Every ...

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  57. CONSTITUTION BILL PASSED.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Weimar Assembly carried the third reading of the Constitution Bill[?] by 262 to 75. ...

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  58. RACEHORSE LORD SETAY.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—It is reported from Adelaide that the racehorse Lord Setay is to be sold to a Melbourne sportsman for 1000 guineas. ...

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  59. MR. WILLIS' EXPULSION.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The Wollongong miners have carried a motion endorsing the resolution by the council of the Coal and Shale Employees' Federation, representing ...

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  60. SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—A school of instruction for the training of candidates for permanent appointment to the instructional staff of warrant and non-commissioned ...

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  61. THE TIPSTERS.

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  62. IRELAND.

    LONDON, Friday.—In the Commons Mr. Bonar Law said the Cabinet was not prepared to ask the Dominions to appoint delegates to a Royal Commission to investigate ...

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  63. FOREIGN LOANS.

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Groups of German banks are trying to arrange a short term American loan of from 10 to 15 millions storling and are likely to succeed. The ...

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  64. PURCHASE OF METALS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Times" Berlin correspondent reports that an English syndicate has arranged through Holland for great purchases of German metals. This is ...

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  65. GOODWOOD PLATE.

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  66. A TRAM FATALITY.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Sabena Edgell, 78, a widow, residing at Charlotte-street, South Richmond, was knocked down by an electric tram in Swan-street, Richmond, ...

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  67. McKENNA RETIRES.

    LONDON, Friday.—Mr. McKenna has accepted the chairmanship of the London City and Midlands Bank and is leaving politics. ...

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  68. Advertising

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  69. POLAND.

    LONDON, Friday.—Warsaw announces that Paderewski is reconstructing his Cabinet on non-party lines, replacing the unpopular Ministers. He remains Premier. ...

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  70. TRADE EXHIBITIONS.

    LONDON, Friday.—British business firms and manufacturers are rushing goods t[?]rough the medium of trade exhibitions, and a big revival is expected in the aut[?]mn. ...

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  71. GENERAL BIRDWOOD HONORED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A Lille correspondent on 28th July says the presentation of a sword of honor to General Birdwood, "the liberator of the city," was carried out ...

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  72. SALVING GERMAN WARSHIPS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—In the House of Commons Mr. Long stated one German battleship, the Baden, three light cruisers, the Emden, Frankfurt and Nurnurg and 15 des ...

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  73. "I WILL STIFFEN YOU."

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Edward Stanley Anderson, Cochrane-street, Garden Yale, reported last night that a man came into his bedroom. He asked what he wanted, ...

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  74. Advertising

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