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  2. INTERNATIONAL MATTERS

    At to-day's meeting of the Council of the League of Nations Viscount Ishii, referring to the recent dispute between Italy and Greece ...

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  3. ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE.

    A somewhat severe vertical earthquake occurred here and at Kobe this morning at 5.55. Its centre is believed to be in the ...

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  4. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Interviewed at Southampton on his arrival in England for the Imperial conference, Mr. Massey de-cleared that Britain's only hope of ...

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  5. AIRSHIP RECORD.

    A remarkable feat has been achieved by the French Airship Dixmude. She has been continuously flying since Tuesday mornings and ...

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  6. RESCUE DIFFICULTIES.

    The death roll from the disaster is estimated to-night at between 40 and 55. The train wreck lay in rain and snow all day, the flood was ...

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  7. RESTORATION OF SPAIN

    The "Daily Telegraph" correspondent in Madrid says:—"Life in Spain was never so normal as at present. The swith and ...

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  8. MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT

    The Freedom of Edinburgh was to-day conferred on Lord Novar. The Lord Provost, Sir Thomas [?]utchison, presided, and the ...

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  9. BIRTH-RATE CONGRESS

    The "Daily Telegraph" correspondent in Paris says:—"The holding of a birth rate congress in Marseilles, whereat further ...

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  10. ELLIS ISLAND STRICTURES

    The Secretary for Labour, Mr. Davis, answering Sir Auckland Geddes' recent criticism of Ellis island, states:—"If the British ...

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  11. INCENDIARY GANG

    The remarkable story of a gigantic incendiary organisation described as the greatest ever known in Britain lies behind the conviction ...

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  12. ARRESTS IN BENGAL

    The Government of Bengal has ordered the evidence relating to the men arrested on 25th., all of whom are prominent Nationalists, to be ...

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  13. BULGARIAN COMMUNISTS

    The Government troops surrounded the last Communist strongholds in Ferdinandovo this morning arrested the Communists.— ...

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  14. LEVY ON CAPITAL

    At a meeting of business men this evening in the Rotary Club in Leeds, Mr. J. R. Clynes; M.P., advocated a graduated capital levy ...

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  15. BOMB OUTRAGE.

    The Sofia correspondent of the Central News Agency says that bombs were thrown in the fair ground last night, and two persons ...

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  16. ABYSSINIA'S ENTRY.

    The League Assembly to-day unanimously voted for the admission of Abyssinia.—(Reuter). ...

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  17. WIRELESS TELEPHONY

    A transatlantic test of wireless telephony will take place to-morrow, beginning at 30 a.m., Greenwich meantime. The transmission will ...

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  18. TURKISH GOVERNMENT

    The report transmitted from Vienna about a republic in Turkey evidently relates to the discussions proceeding at Angora regarding ...

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  19. CLOSE OF SESSION.

    League Assembly elected the following nonpermanent members to the Council for the ensuing year—Uruguay, Brazil, Belgium ...

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  20. QUESTIONS FOR CONFERENCE

    The greatest interest is taken in the Imperial conference opening on Monday in the historic Cabinet room in Downing-street, and the ...

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  21. IMPERIAL CONFERENCES

    The inaugural meeting of the Imperial Conference will be held at eleven on the morning of Monday at 10 Downing-street. The ...

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  22. PERILS OF PURCHASE

    Pleading that he would be shot if he took possession, Enright, a well blown Clare business man, sought to cancel an agreement to purchase ...

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  23. PACIFIC PROBLEMS

    In an article in the "Nineteenth Century" on the Imperial conference and the Pacific, Mr. Geoffrey Drage suggests, in connection with ...

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  24. EVACUATION OF CORFU

    The return of the Italian fleet to Corfu was due to the fact that the fifty million lire deposited in a Swiss back were at the disposal of ...

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  25. RECEPTION IN AMERICA.

    Mr. Massey claims that on his way to England he beat the record for the Pacific trip by two days and that for the Atlantic trip by one ...

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  26. DANGERS OF WOOL WEAR

    Dr. Bolton, an expert upon Leicester wool wear, states that laboratory tests of undergarments returned for repairs, resulted in ...

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  27. COMPANY LIQUIDATION

    The Official Receiver made some remarkable revelations at a meeting of the creditors and shareholders of the City Life Insurance ...

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  28. REPLY TO MR. ASQUITH.

    Speaking in Birmingham last night, Mr. Neville Chamberlain sharply retorted on Mr. Asquith's speech of the previous day. The ...

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  29. DONATION TO GREECE.

    Hit is announced that Sgr. Mussolini, with the view of demonstrating that the fifty million lire has been obtained from Greece ...

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  30. FINANCE AND COMMERCE

    The principal feature of interest on the Stock Exchange during the past week has been the buoyancy of French bonds following the collapse ...

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  31. SEAPLANE RACE

    Two American, one British, and three French seaplanes survived yesterday's seaworthy tests at Cowes, but only one Frenchman ...

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  32. GREEK COMPLAINTS.

    In her reply to the Ambassadors' decision that she must pay as well as make efforts to find the authors of the Janina crime Greece pleads ...

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  33. IRISH DELEGATES.

    The Irish Free State delegates to the Imperial Conference are Mr. Cosgrave and three Ministers, Messrs. Fitzgerald, McGrath, and ...

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  34. REPARATION AND WAR DEBTS

    The Washington correspondent oE the "New York Evening Post" says:—"The bankers' resolution of the 27th fell on deaf ears in official ...

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  35. ALLIED RELATIONS

    The "Morning Post" correspondent in Paris understands that a Franco-Belgian conference is likely to be held soon, and the outcome ...

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  36. AMERICAN COMMENT.

    The "New York Times" says in a leading article on the Imperial conference:—"There can be no doubt of the British Government's desire ...

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  37. CANADIAN PREMIER

    The Canadian Premier, Mr. Mackenzie King, arrived this morning at Liverpool. In an interview he dealt at length with post-war ...

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  38. SPORTING ITEMS

    In the semi-finals of the golf professional championship to-day Hagen defeated McLean by 12 and 11 and Sarazen defeated ...

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  39. MR. BALDWIN'S WORK.

    Mr. Neville Chamberlain, speaking in Birmingham, said that Mr. Baldwin has not changed his opinions. What he has done was to ...

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  40. JAPANESE DISASTER

    Trams are now running between Tokio and Yokohama, bet the stations are mere masses of old junk, masonry and iron. The soldiers ...

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  41. DOUBTS OF SETTLEMENT

    The Paris correspondent of the "Observes" says:—"For eight months the French people have been rocked into the delusion that ...

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  42. MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S TOUR

    Speaking at a luncheon given by the American Society in the Savoy Hotel on the eve of his departure for Canada and the United States ...

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  43. SWIMMER SCRATCHED.

    Owing to a dispute regarding his entry E. G. Vanzeveren, who was claimed to be a dark horse and possible winner, has withdrawn ...

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  44. RAILWAY DISASTER

    A survivor from the railway disaster at Casper describes the sudden overturning of the coach in which he was sitting with a score ...

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  45. PRAISE OF BRITISH PAYMENTS.

    The chairman of Reuter's, Sir Roderick Jones, was received yesterday by President Coolidge at the White House. The President praised ...

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  46. DAVIS CUP TEAM.

    The Australian Davis Cup team are here en route for home. Anderson stated that they were not downhearted by their defeat; they ...

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