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  2. DIGGERS' LOAN.

    Mr. Rodgers, Assistant Minister in charge of the War Service Homes Department, stated to-day that applications were accumulating for soldier homes in all the States, and the ...

    Article : 136 words
  3. LABOUR FOR FIJI.

    A plentiful and contented labour supply is absolutely essential if the present agricultural industries of Fiji are to be maintained, and if its resources are to be developed; and ...

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  4. BROKEN PROMISES.

    The threatened resignation from the Labour party of Mr. J. C. Peterson, member for Normanby, has caused intense interest in political circles since the reassembling of ...

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  5. LATE CABLE NEWS

    A Pretoria message says:—The last of the Imperial troops will leave South Africa in December. The imperial property has been transferred to the Union Government, ...

    Article : 60 words
  6. WEST SYDNEY.

    The poll for the election of a member of the Federal House of Representatives for West Sydney in the place of the late Mr. T. J. Ryan, will bo taken to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 83 words
  7. ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

    A message from Tokio states that Mr. Masami Oishi, the veteran statesman, has made a statement to the effect that there are indications that an agreement has ...

    Article : 309 words
  8. IRELAND.

    It is believed that the reply of the Dail Eireann, which has been despatched to Mr. Lloyd George, was re-drafted after the Belfast outbreak. ...

    Article : 453 words
  9. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    Headed by a banner reading "During the war you fought for your bosses, now fight for yourselves," 10,000 unemployed marched to the offices of the Woolwich Guardians, while a ...

    Article : 291 words
  10. BELFAST.

    Belfast is normal. Military guards with fixed bayonets patrolled the streets. During the morning two loyalists were assaulted while proceeding to work by two boys, and ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. INDIA.

    A General Stuff official message says:—-"As a sequel to the operations at Tirurangadi on August 31 a party of rebels who had ensconsed themselves in a mosque sallied out, and were ...

    Article : 71 words
  12. AN OFFICIAL APPEAL.

    An official appeal states:—"If every citizen in New South Wales with a little surplus capital at his or her disposal will stand shoulder to shoulder to-day, and on Monday, ...

    Article : 454 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN FILMS.

    British exhibitors are displaying as much eagerness to book the Australian film "Ginger Mick" as they did the "Sentimental Bloke." It promises to be equally successful. ...

    Article : 32 words
  14. WEST VIRGINIA.

    A message from Washington states that Mr. J. W. Weeks (Secretary for War) has ordered a dozen new aeroplanes to proceed to the West Virgina mine dispute area to grapple with any ...

    Article : 92 words
  15. CANADIAN POLITICS.

    A message from London says that Mr. Arthur Melghen, Prime Minister of Canada, has stated that he will recommend that the Canadian Parliament should dissolve at an early date, ...

    Article : 54 words
  16. THE UPPER HOUSE.

    Mr. J. F. Higgins, who was among the recent Labour appointments to the Legislative Council, stated yesterday that the Labour representatives did not propose for one moment to ...

    Article : 230 words
  17. EVERY VOTE WANTED.

    The Acting Prime Minister, Sir Joseph Cook, stated last night:— "I hope every vote that can be polled will be polled. Many people, no ...

    Article : 176 words
  18. IMPERIAL SHIPPING.

    The Imperial Shipping Committee, of which Mr. Mackinder, M.P., is chairman, reports in favour of the creation of a permanent Imperial Shipping Board to inquire into ...

    Article : 151 words
  19. DISARMAMENT.

    President Harding, in an address to the officers of the army at the War College, said that any hope of entirely abolishing wars would be perfectlv futile. Armies and navies ...

    Article : 111 words
  20. SPANISH MOROCCO.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Express" says that news from Morocco is most grave. The rebellion is spreading, and now threatens the edge of the French zone. Small ...

    Article : 160 words
  21. MR. HENRY'S APPEAL.

    Mr. Henry, in his final appeal to the electors, says:— I ask you to vote for me to-day as the selected candidate of the National party. ...

    Article : 301 words
  22. FLOUR MILLS.

    A serious position has arisen in the flourmilling industry. It was announced yesterday that the majority of the mills in the country and a number in the city will be compelled ...

    Article : 190 words
  23. GERMANY.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says the police prohibited reactionary parties holding proposed celebrations on the anniversary of Sedan, which would ...

    Article : 187 words
  24. A LABOUR CHALLENGE.

    Mr. R. W. Cruickshank, M.L.C., writes: "Sir Joseph Carruthers' remarks in reference to the recent appointments to the Legislative Council can hardly fail to provide amusement ...

    Article : 326 words
  25. GREEK CAMPAIGN.

    A message from Athens says it is reported that the Greeks are about to land in Trebizond, Ineboli, and Samsoun (Black Sea ports in Asia Minor). ...

    Article : 46 words
  26. SILESIAN PROBLEM.

    A report from Geneva states that the council of the League or Nations has referred the Silesian problem to a sub-committee, consisting of four non-permanent members of the ...

    Article : 51 words
  27. LAW CONVENTION.

    A message from the Hague states that the International Law Convention has bestowed its blessing on the League of Nations' Court of Justice, believing it will be the future ...

    Article : 58 words
  28. RUSSIAN FAMINE.

    A messag from Helsingtors states that the executive of the third international has issued a proclamation to workers in all countries asserting that the declaration of capitalistic ...

    Article : 75 words
  29. DESPERATE ENCOUNTER.

    The story of a desperate encounter with a burglar was told to the Manly police late on Thursday night by Mr. John M. Brimbecom, a dairyman, who lives in Woodland-street, ...

    Article : 284 words
  30. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    A report from Geneva says the League of Nations Armaments Commission is dealing Primarily with private traffic in arms, but finds its hands are hopelessly tied through the ...

    Article : 101 words
  31. ROAD METAL.

    For many months there has been a serious shortage of blue metal supplies for different suburban councils, more particularly those of the eastern suburbs. The Mayor of Vaucluse ...

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  32. THE LAST RALLIES.

    The final rallies in support of the candidates were held last night. Meetings took place in various portions of the electorate, and addresses were given by several ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  33. PREMIER'S STATEMENT.

    The Premier (Mr. Theodore) stated to-day that he had received a letter from Mr. Peterson, member for Normanby, tendering his resignation as a member of the Parliamentary ...

    Article : 181 words
  34. AUSTRALIAN MAILS.

    Business people complain of continued delays in the Australian Orient mails through France. The steamer Osterley arrived in Toulon on Monday morning, but her mails ...

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  35. CITY FINANCE.

    The City Council has a loan of £2[?]0,000 from the Bank of New South Wales, which matures in instalments before the end of 1921. An arrangement has been made with the bank to ...

    Article : 222 words
  36. INDIA QUIETER.

    The general staff officially states that no fighting has occurred up to the present at Tirurangadi. A number of Moplahs have surrendered. The moveable column at ...

    Article : 164 words
  37. WIRELESS WAVES.

    Mr. J. Macbeth, the London manager of the Marconi Wireless Company, in the course of a speech delivered here, described the recent wireless experiments aboard the Marcon[?] ...

    Article : 113 words
  38. COUNTRY INDUSTRIES.

    The discouragement of country industries land home building was charged against the Railway Commissioners at a meeting of the Bathurst Municipal Council, when it was ...

    Article : 204 words
  39. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    In reply to a question asked by Senator Lynch (W.A.) to-day as to whether Mr. Bruce, M.P., or Mr. Shepherd was to be the responsible delegate of Australia at the League of ...

    Article : 74 words
  40. NAVAL COLLEGE.

    In view of the fact that it has been decided by the Naval Board to appoint naval Instructors to such seagoing ships as are likely to carry midshipmen, the course of training at ...

    Article : 249 words
  41. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Commonwealth has further approached Queensland and Western Australia, with a view to their securing office accommodation in Australia House. ...

    Article : 277 words
  42. R38 DISASTER.

    Evidence at the inquest on the victims of R38 disaster showed that the wireless officer, Mr, Wicks, sent out a message ship broken and falling." ...

    Article : 52 words
  43. THE BOOTHS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 108 words
  44. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    In a letter to the Editor on the unemployment problem, Mr. G. F. Nott, timber merchant. Armidale, states that the 44 hours and the wages award made by Mr. Justice Higgins ...

    Article : 229 words
  45. CANADIAN IMPORTER.

    It is announced that the steamer Canadian Observer is towing in the Canadian Importer to nearest port. Thirty-four persons were found on board. ...

    Article : 47 words
  46. WAGGA BOUNDARY DISPUTE.

    A climax has been reached between the Wagga Municipal Council and a large number of residents on the southern side of the town, who, although nominally residents of Wagga. ...

    Article : 123 words
  47. DEATH FROM POISONOUS FUMES,

    In finding that Charles Maxwell Mannigel, 20, window-dresser, of York-crescent, Petersham, died from carbon-monoxide poisoning, accidentally caused through inhaling gas fumes ...

    Article : 96 words
  48. NEW ZEALAND LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The following appointments to the Legislative Council are announced:—Sir James Carrol, of Gisborne who was a member of successive Liberal Ministries, Mr. T. W. Hislop, ...

    Article : 99 words
  49. THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

    Mr. W. H. Triggs, M.L.C., a member of the New Zealand Board of Health, is at present on a visit to Sydney. In the Assembly Hall of the Education ...

    Article : 83 words
  50. GOLF.

    C.J.H. Tolley won the first Welsh open golf [?] ...

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  51. MEMORIAL SERVICE.

    A service in memory of the late Sergt. J. B. Myers, of the St. John Ambulance Brigade Oversea, New South Wales district, will be hold in the City Mission Church, Bay-street, ...

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