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  2. AMERICAN PRESS

    NEW YORK. Thursday—"The American press has been an important instrument in the development of a mutual understanding between the American and the British ...

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  3. ANZAC DAY AUSTRALIA'S TRIBUTE TO HER FALLEN SOLDIERS

    Anzac Day was celebrated in Lismore yesterday. Ideal weather conditions prevailed. From an early hour crowds began to congregate in the streets to witness the procession which had been arranged, and to participate in the ...

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  4. AMAZING PLUCK

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Behind the brief messages announcing their arrival and deparrure, received from Wing-Commandar Goble and Flying-Officer McIntyre in their ...

    Article : 176 words
  5. THE EXHIBITION

    LONDON, Thursday:—Despite the cold and overclouded day considerable crowds attended the empire Exibition to-day. The official figures give the total attendance at the ...

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  6. "HORRIBLE CHOICE"

    LONDON Thursday.—Speaking at Llandudno, Mr. Lloyd George said:—"I have been asked why we put the Labour party into power. It was a horrible choice. We ...

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  7. ST. CARTHAGE'S

    Bishop Carroll presided at solemn high mass at St. Carthage's Cathedral for the repose of the souls of the deceased soldiers. The mass was sung by the Rev. Father D. ...

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  8. MEAT INDUSTRY

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—A tentative pro posal has been made for the formation of a company with a capital of £3,000,000, with the backing of the British Government, to ...

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  9. AT ST. ANDREW'S

    The congregation which attended St. Andrew's Church of England yesterday to commemorate Anzac Day filled the sacred edifice to overowing. A special order of ...

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  10. CHARGE WITHDRAWN

    PARKES, Friday.—At the local police court a publican sued a well-known resident for refusing to pay for meals and accommodation. It was stated that the bill ...

    Article : 103 words
  11. FLORAL TRIBUTES

    Amongst the many floral tributes, private and otherwise, which were placed on the Soldiers' Monument were noticed wreaths from the following:—Lismore War Cheat ...

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  12. THE SPORTS

    There was a large attendance to witness the sports on the Recreation. Ground during the afternoon, and some splendid cycling contests as well as some thrilling motor cycle ...

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  13. OVER SUBSCRIBED

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Queensland loan, which closed to-day, was applied for five-fold. Conversion applications amounted to between £6,000,000 and £7,000,000, and ...

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  14. PAINFUL ACCIDENT

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A curious and painful accident occurred in Anzac Parade to-day. Cornelius Lortora (12), a newsboy, was jumping off a tram when his feet became ...

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  15. COKE WORKERS TO RESUME

    WOLLONGONG, Friday.—The coke workers who have been, on strike since the and of last year decided at a meeting here to-day to retur to work next week. The strike ...

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  16. UNITED SERVICE

    The Star Court Theatre (generously loaned for the occasion by Mr. T. J. Dorgan) was comfortably filled for the united religious service yesterday morning. Five ...

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  17. OVERTAXED

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Officers of the Police Union maintain that the Queensland force is seriously overtaxed, and that there is urgent need for the immediate ...

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  18. BUTTER MARKET LONDON PRICES ADVANCING

    LONDON, Thursday.—Australian butter is brisk and prices have steadily advanced since the holidays. New Zealand choicest is quoted at 166s to ...

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  19. RAILWAY DISASTER

    BERLIN, Thursday.—It is feared that Herr Helfferich, an ex-Minister and leader of the reactionary Nationalists, was killed in the collision between two expresses at Bellinzona, ...

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  20. BOOTLEGGING

    TORONTO, Thursday.—Drug stores by the dozens have been turned into bootlegging centres, according to the "Star," which carries a two column story by a reporter who ...

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  21. FLIGHT ACROSS INDIA

    BOMBAY, Thursday.—Souadron Leader Maclaren is supervising the overhaul of his machine. The Royal Air Force is rendering every assistance possible, and a number ...

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  22. BROADCASTING

    GENEVA, Thursday.—At the closing session of the preliminary conference to devise international rules governing broadcasting the delegates from 15 countries present rose ...

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  23. BOY TOURISTS

    LONDON, Thursday.—The members of the Young Australia League party will leave London for France on May 14 for a tour of the battlefields as the guests of the ...

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  24. EXPERTS COMMITTEES' REPORTS

    BRUSSELS, Thursday.—The Premier, M. Thennis, and M. Hymans, are going to Paris on Monday to confer wiht M. Poineare in connection with the experts committees' ...

    Article : 44 words
  25. DISARMAMENT

    PARIS, Thursday.—The Foreign Office, while believing in the principle of disarmament, considers that President Coolidge's proposal is unnecessary, the League of ...

    Article : 48 words
  26. COMPOSER'S FORTUNE

    LONDON, Thursday. — The composer, Lionel Monekton, left £79,517. Bequests Include £10,000 to his widow, Gertie Millar, and £1000 to the Royal Academy of Music ...

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  27. AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE CLUB

    LONDON, Thursday —The newly formed Australian Imperial Force Club held a successful reunion at the Victoria Hotel. The dinner was attended by sixty ex-officers. ...

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  28. ANGLO-SOVIET CONFERENCE

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Anglo-Soviet Conference has established committees to investigate debts, claims and counter claims, and means of restoring Russian credit in ...

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  29. VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER

    LONDON, Thursday.—At the inquest oh Mr. W. Hall, the bank manager at Bordon Camp, near Aldershot, who was murdered in his bank on the night of April 17, the ...

    Article : 64 words
  30. RECOGNITION OF GREECE

    LONDON, Thursday.—The corraspondent of the "Morning Post" at Athena s[?] chat the Hellonic Republic has been notified of Great Britain's formal recognition. ...

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  31. UNABLE TO AGREE

    LONDON, Thursday—The Irish Boundary Conference in London has broken up, no agreement having been reached. ...

    Article : 22 words
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