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  • REPARATIONS. GERMAN CONCERN. U.S.A. Requested to Mediate. COERCION FEARED. LONDON, April 21.

    The Berlin correspondent of the United Press says that Germany has requested President Harding to mediate in the reparations dispute, and to fix a sum which will secure ... [Article] (376 words)
  • YAP CABLES. U.S.A. CANNOT SURRENDER. "EVEN IF IT MEANS WAR WITH JAPAN." NEW YORK, April 21.

    A message from Memphis (Tennessee) states that Mr. Daniels (ex-Secretary for the Navy) delivered a speech, in which he pointed out that America could not surrender the Yap ... [Article] (140 words)
  • DISARMAMENT. PROPOSED WORLD CONFERENCE. NEW YORK, April 21.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that Representative Rogers has introduced a resolution asking President Harding, at the earliest practicable ... [Article] (132 words)
  • U.S.A. ARMY. PREPAREDNESS IN PEACE. WASHINGTON, April 21.

    The Secretary for War, Mr. Weeks, has announced the organisation of a war staff, headed by General Pershing, to take charge of the field operations of the United States Army ... [Article] (64 words)
  • WAR OFFICE CHARITIES. CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS. LONDON, April 21.

    The War Office Cinematograph Committee earned a further £18,719 through hiring and selling national war Hims on behalf of war charities. ... [Article] (75 words)
  • SEAMEN'S UNION. JAPANESE AND CHINESE. LONDON, April 21.

    With reference to reports received in London in regard to the Brisbane Seamen's protest against the inclusion of Chinese and Japanese in their union, the Australian Press ... [Article] (95 words)
  • AGRICULTURE IN U.S.A. COMPLAINTS OF FARMERS. WASHINGTON, April 21.

    The National Farmers' Union has adopted a resolution asking Congress to appoint a commission to determine what is wrong with the agricultural industry, and how to ... [Article] (72 words)
  • I.W.W. LEADER ABSCONDS. NEW YORK, April 21.

    The Chicago correspondent of the United Press says the Justice Department has ordered a sweeping search to be made for W. D. Haywood leader of the Industrial Workers of ... [Article] (99 words)
  • COAL STRIKE. STILL 'A' DEADLOCK. DISTRESS IN WALES. LONDON, April 22.

    A conference, representing the coal owners and miners discussed the owners' wage proposals. No progress was made, the miners requesting the elucidation of the proposals. ... [Article] (374 words)
  • TURNED OUT. UNION OFFICIALS REPLACED. BY ANGRY WORKERS, LONDON, April 21.

    The rank and file of the Vehicle Workers' Union seized Transport House, the union's central office, and turned out the officials, having decided to carry on the work in ... [Article] (92 words)
  • WALL STREET EXPLOSION ARREST OF AN ITALIAN. NEW YORK, April 21.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" states that Mr. Flynn of the Secret Service has announced the arrest of an Italian named Tito Luigio at Pittsburgh. ... [Article] (68 words)
  • GREECE AND TURKEY. LONDON, April 21.

    A message from Paris says that Pierre Loti, writing in the "Potit Journal," appeals to England not to assist in exterminating the Turks who, he says, are a loyal and brave ... [Article] (50 words)
  • GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, April 21.

    S. N. Doust only strained a tendea when he fell recently in the doubles match at the Queen's Club. He expects to resuare playing in a few weeks. ... [Article] (107 words)
  • IRELAND. SOLICITORS THREATENED. LONDON, April 21.

    All Duhlin solicitors have received an intimation that if they are parties to motions for attachment of rates for criminal injuries, they will be dealt with by the Republican ... [Article] (66 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN XI. HOURS OF PLAY. LONDON, April 21.

    Mr. S. Smith (manager for the Australian team) accompanied by Mr. Latham, visited Lords this afternoon, and discussed the tour arrangements, especially for the tests., Mr. ... [Article] (203 words)
  • ENGLISH GOLF. GOOD ROUND BY KIRKWOOD. LONDON, April 21.

    Although he was not admitted in the competition, J. H. Kirkwood, replacing an absentee, at Cooden Beach to-day, returned 73, which was the day's third best score; all the ... [Article] (188 words)
  • LATE CABLE NEWS. INDIA. GHANDI'S VIEWS. ALLAHABAD, April 22.

    With reference to recent Government statements concerning the revolutionary and anarchical tendency and non-co-operation; it is interesting to note Ghandi's personal views in ... [Article] (112 words)
  • BAD QUALITY. EXPORTS FROM AUSTRALIA. DAMAGING THE FOREIGN TRADE. GOVERNMENT ACTION. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    The poor quality of certain shipments of "B" grade wheat and flour which were shipped recently, and a number of faulty consignments of tinned and other goods shipped ... [Article] (589 words)
  • NEW HEBRIDES. ABOLITION OF DUAL CONTROL ADVOCATED BY CHURCHES. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    Representatives of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, the Church of England, and the Church of Christ, all of whom have mission stations in the islands of the New Hebrides ... [Article] (284 words)
  • THE SOLDIERS. ORGANISING THE LEAGUES. "HOSTILITY OF THE GOVERNMENT." JERILDERIE, Friday.

    Mr. Lucas, the Returned Soldiers' League organiser, visited this town yesterday, and gave an address in the Mechanics' Hall last evening. The vice-president of the local ... [Article] (153 words)
  • PERSIA. BRITISH TROOPS THANKED. ALLAHABAD, April 22.

    A message from Teheran states that the Premier has issued a manifesto thanking the British troops for their services. Persia, says the Premier, must prepare ... [Article] (64 words)
  • DEFENCE. MINERS' ATTITUDE. OPPOSED TO COMPULSORY TRAINING. NEWCASTLE, Friday.

    A meeting of the executive of the Miners' Federation was held yesterday, when returns from lodges wore received, demonstrating that the federation was opposed to ... [Article] (62 words)
  • ANZAC DAY. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE TO SCHOOL CHILDREN.

    His Excellency the Governor, Sir Walter Davidson, has issued the following message to the school children of the State for Anzac Day:— ... [Article] (259 words)
  • TO-MORROW'S SERVICES.

    In practically all of the churches throughout the State special services in commemoration of Anzac Day will be held to-morrow. The arrangements for Monday have already been ... [Article] (628 words)
  • GENERAL SERVICE MEDALS.

    About 2000 General Service Medals will be presented to returned soldiers at Sydney and at various country centres on Anzac Day. The presentations will be made under the ... [Article] (404 words)
  • TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Over the graves of our dead sons they want to make a holiday, and because there is to bo no holiday they say it is the first step towards forgetting the day. While the ... [Article] (150 words)
  • THE EMPIRE. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. MR. HUGHES' SPEECH. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    After lunch there was further discussion in the House of Representatives on the motion of the Prime Minister, that his statement regarding the Imperial Conference be printed, ... [Article] (1407 words)
  • ARBITRATION COURT. QUESTION OF CONSTITUTION. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    Complaint was made in the House of Representatives on Thursday that claims made in the Arbitration, Court for a reduction of working hours could not be heard because of ... [Article] (190 words)
  • DEATH OF MR. CLEGHORN. BRISBANE, Friday.

    Mr. Cleghorn, senior partner of the firm of Cleghorn, Hopkins, and Co., died to-day after a long illness at the age of 45 years. Mr. Cleghorn was well known in shipping ... [Article] (46 words)
  • DIRECT ACTION. DENOUNCED BY LABOUR MINISTER. "WOMEN SHOULD BE CONSULTED." BROKEN HILL, Friday.

    Mr. Cann, Minister for Mines ana Labour and Industry, addressed a large public meeting in the Town Hall last night. During his address he said that no body of workers had ... [Article] (213 words)
  • SYDNEY FERRIES. CASUAL FARES INCREASED. SUBSCRIBERS NOT AFFECTED.

    It has been decided by the Sydney Ferries, Limited, to discontinue the sale of casual passenger tickets on the following services:— M'Mahon's Point, Lavender Bay, Milson's ... [Article] (161 words)
  • MODERN CHINA. WONDERFUL PROGRESS. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES OF TRADE. MR. DITTLE'S MISSION.

    Perhaps even the members of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce did not fully realise Australia's lethargic interest up to the present in the immense trade possibilities of ... [Article] (886 words)
  • MARRIAGE FEES. ANGLICAN SYNOD MOTION. BATHURST, Friday.

    At the session of the Bathurst Anglican Synod the following motion was submitted by the Rev. T. W. Barry:—"That, in the opinion of this synod it is desirable that all marriage ... [Article] (160 words)
  • M. HUGHES'S £25,000. DEBATE IN PARLIAMENT. THE CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECT. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    Some time was devoted in the House of Representatives to-day to a discussion on the gift of £25,000 recently made to the Prime Minister. The matter was raised by Mr. ... [Article] (612 words)
  • PROGRESSIVES. MR. BAVIN'S ADDRESS. TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.

    Students of the University were addressed yesterday by Mr. T. R. Bavin, M.L.A., deputy leader of the Progressive party. The address was under the auspices of the Public ... [Article] (362 words)
  • GUYRA MYSTERY. MORE UNCANNY NOISES. POLTERGEIST THEORY FAVOURED.

    According to a telegram received in Sydney yesterday by Mr. H. J. Moors, of Samoa, who during his visit is interesting himself in the singular, happenings at Guyra, more ... [Article] (370 words)
  • WONGANELLA. GOING INTO QUARANTINE. NEWCASTLE, Friday.

    The steamer Wonganella arrived at Newcastle to-day from Fromantle, but owing to there being a suspicious case of illness on board she was ordered on to Sydney to ... [Article] (81 words)
  • RED CROSS. Annual Meeting. SPLENDID SERVICE RECORD. PEACE CAMPAIGN.

    The urgent necessity for continuing the Red Cross work and organising on a peace basis throughout the Commonwealth was emphasised at a largely-attended meeting in the Town ... [ILLUSTRATED]
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