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  2. USEFUL RAIN. OVER LARGE AREA OF THE STATE.

    The fourth series of light general rains commenced to fall, on Monday, but the registrations up till 9 o'clock yesterday morning Were mainly confined to the North-west. ...

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  3. ROBBERIES.

    Three big robberies (two within the city and one in the suburbs) have been notified to the police within the past 48 hours. Blouses and suit materials valued at £8[?] ...

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  4. GERMAN INDEMNITY ALLIES FIX MINIMUM TOTAL

    The Inter-Allied Conference at Boulogne has fixed the Gemran indemnity at a minimum of £150,000,000 yearly, or a total of £4,500,000,000. The Paris newspaper "Le Temps" states that the ...

    Article : 387 words
  5. THE PRINCE AT CANBERRA.

    LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE CAPITOL. THE SPIRIT LEVEL SHOWN IN THE PICTURE WAS USED BY THE KING, THEN THE DUKE OF YORK, WHEN HE LAID THE FOUNDATION-STONE OF THE QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL PAVILION AT THE ROYAL PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL IN 1901. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. A TRANSFORMATION.

    From devastating drought to too much rain in the short space of three weeks is the experience of this district. Since last week's definite break, of over 3 inches of rain for ...

    Article : 327 words
  7. IRISH TURMOIL.

    Civil war prevails in Londonderry. The authorities are powerless against the armed bands who hold the city. Several more people were shot dead this morning, and many ...

    Article : 493 words
  8. RUSSIA. RELEASE OF BRITISH PRISONERS

    Replying to a question in the House of Commons, Mr. Bonar Law said that the Government had reason to believe that the British naval men captured at Baku by the ...

    Article : 173 words
  9. GENERAL RAIN FORECASTED.

    In a special forecast issued last night by the Weather Bureau, cloudy and unsettled weather, with rain spreading generally, was forecasted to occur. Some useful falls may ...

    Article : 35 words
  10. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    Mr. John Storey, State Premier, said yesterday that the Premiers' Conference in Melbourne, which was to have been resumed on June 29, has been postponed for at least a ...

    Article : 134 words
  11. GOOD FALLS IN THE WEST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 835 words
  12. ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN.

    The Federated Enginedrivers and Firemen's Union, whose members are now on strike in Melbourne, has decided to make a claim on the New South Wales coalowners for new ...

    Article : 115 words
  13. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    Most of the Federal Ministers have already left Sydney for Melbourne, General Sir Granville Ryrie left last night. It was expected that there would have been another ...

    Article : 202 words
  14. LATE CABLE NEWS. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    A San Francisco message states that all kinds of speculations are being indulged in concerning the forthcoming Democratic Convention, which will open on the 28th. ...

    Article : 155 words
  15. THE STRIKE.

    Events in the industrial struggle are moving steadily towards a grave crisis. For eleven days over 20,000 workers have been idle, and the financial obligations thus ...

    Article : 394 words
  16. BALLARAT SEAT.

    Nominations for the Ballarat by-election will close with the divisional returning officer at Ballarat at noon to-morrow. Up to the present four candidates have ...

    Article : 97 words
  17. AGAINST THE TURKS.

    In the House of Commons, replying to a request for a statement in regard to the reported acceptance of military aid from Greece to deal with the Turkish Nationalists, Mr. ...

    Article : 166 words
  18. RURAL WORKERS.

    The Board of Trade continued its inquiry yesterday into the conditions of the rural workers in the State. Judge Edmunds presided. ...

    Article : 499 words
  19. WOOLLEN MILLS.

    Having investigated the operations of woollen mills in Victoria, the Fair Profits Commission is of opinion that in some cases excessive profits have been made. The ...

    Article : 57 words
  20. ZEEBRUGGE.

    A number of college boys, described by Sir Joseph Cook as "enough to lick all the Germans that ever lived," crowded into the stalls, circle, and gallery of the Theatre ...

    Article : 370 words
  21. JAPANESE SETTLERS.

    A report from Sacramento states that Governor Stephens, of California, addressed a letter to Mr. Colby (Secretary of State) as follows:—While California harbours no ...

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  22. 6½ PER CENT. LOAN.

    The New South Wales Government has issued a loan of £2,500,000, bearing interest at 6½ per cont., with a currency of 20 years, but repayable on the option of the ...

    Article : 160 words
  23. TROOPS BY THE BAHIA CASTILLO.

    The steamer Bahia Castillo, with troops, wives, and children, arrived at Sydney early yesterday morning, and berthed at the A[?]deen wharf. The vessel left Tilbury on April ...

    Article : 141 words
  24. MESOPOTAMIA.

    Outlining the policy of the British in Mesopotamia, Sir A. Wilson, Civic Commissioner, announced at Bagdad yesterday that the mandate contained provisions to facilitate ...

    Article : 191 words
  25. CHILI'S WARSHIPS.

    According to a message from Buenos Ayres diplomatic circles consider that the purchase by Chill of three warships from Britain is an indication that the Tacna Arica dispute, which ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. LAWN TENNIS IN ENGLAND.

    The Wimbledon lawn tennis championships opened in perfect weathor. The following won the first round in the singles:—Kingscote, Mavrogordato, Ritchie, Beamish, Dixon, Parke, ...

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  27. WRECK IN FIJI.

    The three-masted American, Irmgard, ran on a reef shortly after dark in June 3, a few miles from the small island of Qelelevu, the most north-easterly island of the Fiji group. ...

    Article : 161 words
  28. INDEX. NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 168 words
  29. AUSTRALIAN WOOL

    The "Yorkshire Post" says that Mr. Hughes has resumed direct negotiations with the British, Government with regard to wool. The Government has requested certain information, ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Several liners are not sailing from Liverpool to New York owing to the crews refusing to go without the wireless operators, who are on strike. ...

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  31. BOLSHEVIK EFFORT.

    A Bolshevik communique announces: Our decisive offensive is strongly developing in the neighbourhood of Retchitsa (north of the Pripot). We forced the Dnieper and occupied ...

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  32. RAIN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    More rain fell last night, and this morning. The average fall for June has already been doubled this month. ...

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  33. PROPOSED SHIPPING SERVICE.

    Negotiations are proceeding with the object of securing the establishment of a direct shipping service between Holland and Australian ports. ...

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  34. ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM.

    The English Rugby team defeated Central Queensland at Rockhampton by 26 to 15 this afternoon. Fifteen minutes before full time the local men led by 15 points to 13. Then ...

    Article : 72 words
  35. DEMONSTRATION IN TOKIO.

    Twenty thousand demonstrators condemned the Government for the recent massaere of the Japanese garrison by Bolsheviks at Nikolalevsk. Members of the crowd later at ...

    Article : 60 words
  36. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  37. SOCIAL UPHEAVAL.

    Speaking this morning at the inter-Churches' Conference, the chairman, Dean Hart, in the course of his address, said that apparently the world of the past few years had got off ...

    Article : 309 words
  38. CUSTOMS ANOMALY.

    There is a growing volume of protest in Anglo-Australian commercial circles, also from French and Italian manufacturers, regarding the Australian Customs regulations ...

    Article : 135 words
  39. A.W.U.

    The Federal Council of the Australian Workers' Union met in Sydney yesterday, when it was decided to approach the employers and request that the State award ...

    Article : 272 words
  40. AMERICAN WOOL PRICES.

    Representatives of several woolgrowers' and dealers' associations have asked for immediate relief for the wool-producing industry from the Federal Reserve Board. They pointed out ...

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  41. REPATRIATION.

    The land sub-committee of the Armidale Repatriation Committee has decided to resign in a body. They are all competent men, having been connected with land all their ...

    Article : 97 words
  42. MILK SHORTAGE.

    The Country Milk Suppliers' Association yesterday applied to the Necessary Commodities Control Commission (Judge Rolin chairman) for an increase in the price of ...

    Article : 198 words
  43. SIR SAMUEL GRIFFITH.

    Sir Samuel Griffith, former Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, is seriously ill, and his condition is causing anxiety. He took a bad turn this morning, but in the evening ...

    Article : 41 words
  44. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 92 words
  45. PROFITEERING.

    Federal agents arrested Frederick Gimbel. the head of a great department stores, on a charge of protitearing. It is announced that this is only the beginning of extensive ...

    Article : 92 words
  46. GAS EMPLOYEES.

    The conference between the various gas companies and the New South Wales Gas Employees' Union was continued in Sydney yesterday when the claims of the men were ...

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  47. THE PRINCE'S BAND.

    The Prince's Band played before a most appreciative audience at the Hippodrome last night. The band, under the couductorship of Eleutenant Percy O'Donnell, Mus. Bac. (Oxon), ...

    Article : 81 words
  48. NORTH COAST RAILWAYS.

    At a meeting of the North Coast Railway League a motion was carried that the Parliamentary representatives of the district be requested to organise a tour of the greatest ...

    Article : 75 words
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