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  2. BRITISH INDUSTRIAL UNREST.

    The Belfast strikers, who submitted to a ballot the offer of shorter hours from the employers provided that the men returned to work, in order to enable a ...

    Article : 151 words
  3. AERIAL DEVELOPMENTS.

    The latest type of Admiralty airship is about the size of the largest Zeppelin, and is believed to be capable of making a non-stop return journey to America. ...

    Article : 139 words
  4. NAVAL REVELATIONS.

    Many complaints are voiced in service circles at Admiral Viscount Jellicoe's catalogue of Admiralty deficiencies, as outlines in his recent book. It is pointed ...

    Article : 404 words
  5. FOR WORLD PEACE AND SECURITY.

    The text of the covenant entered into by the League of Nations has been officially published, and its preamble states: "In order to promote international ...

    Article : 2,592 words
  6. GENERAL PEACE ASPECTS.

    Mr. Bonar Law, speaking in the house of Commons, said that the British delegates in Paris had been instructed to claim an indemnity including the ...

    Article : 761 words
  7. ARMISTICE RENEWAL.

    Generalissimo Foch and Admiral Sir Montigue Browning (Britain) have gone to Treves in connection with the renewal of the armistice. ...

    Article : 366 words
  8. QUEENSLAND CLEAR.

    Three weeks have elapsed since pneumonic influenza was first reported in Melbourne, and despite the fact that many hundreds of serious cases, with a ...

    Article : 828 words
  9. THE SCHEME EXAMINED.

    The covenant of the longue of Nations, says Mr. A. J. Fraser, contains 26 articles of, approximately, 5000 words. Obviously it is no more than the ...

    Article : 650 words
  10. THE AMERICAN ARMY.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that from the signing of the armistice to February 8 more than 287,332 soldiers in Europe had ...

    Article : 112 words
  11. EFFECT OF FOOD PRICES.

    Believing that the prices of food have been largely the cause of industrial [?]rest, the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) is appointing a Cabinet ...

    Article : 457 words
  12. THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    No appointments have yet been made to the command of the Australian Navy, nor has the first member of the Naval Board yet been ...

    Article : 131 words
  13. GERMAN DEMOBILISATION PROMISED.

    A report from Weimar, where the German National Assembly is sitting, states that the German President (Herr Ebert) has announced that Germany ...

    Article : 117 words
  14. DEALING WITH UNDESIRABLES.

    The Government has decided on a strong policy in order to clear the country of undesirable aliens. Directly Russian ports are available undesirables ...

    Article : 137 words
  15. DOMINION TROOPS ON THE RHINE.

    The Australian and New Zealand Prime Ministers (Mr. W. M. Hughes and Mr. W. F. Massey) contemplate paying a visit to the Dominion troops on ...

    Article : 39 words
  16. SOUTH AFRICAN GOLD.

    A message from Johannesburg states that a rich strike of gold is reported from Elstbury, near Germiston. The reef has been tested for over 100 yards, ...

    Article : 39 words
  17. ORIGIN OF THE WAR.

    A White Paper has been published containing the survey by Professor Oman (professor of Modern History at Oxford University) of all the ...

    Article : 351 words
  18. CHINA'S FOREIGN POLICY.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Chicago News" has had an interview with Wang, the Chinese Minister for Foreign Affairs and a member of the Chinese peace ...

    Article : 114 words
  19. MISSING WAR PRISONERS.

    The Secretary for War (Mr. Winston Churchill) has announced that 61,800 British prisoners are still unaccounted for. The German authorities, he says, ...

    Article : 54 words
  20. SHIPPING AMALGAMATION.

    The city is greatly interested by the action of Lord Inchcape in joining the management of the Orient Steam Navigation Co. It is pointed out that the ...

    Article : 132 words
  21. GLOOM IN GERMANY.

    A wireless message, which has been intercepted, states that Herr Scheidemann, the new German Chancellor, when interviewed, said: "The elections prove ...

    Article : 506 words
  22. GERMAN RIOTING RESUMED.

    New and grave strikes are threatening in Berlin, where 40,000 workers from warehouses are rioting, and compelling the shopkeepers to close. ...

    Article : 139 words
  23. PERSONAL NOTES.

    Mr. S. Hooper (chief clerk, Department Agriculture and Stock) has received word that his son, Private Hooper, who is attached to the Dental Corps, A.I.F., ...

    Article : 64 words
  24. GREENLAND NOT TO BE CEDED.

    The Danish Legation announces that the Danish Government will not cede Greenland to Canada. ...

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  25. WOOL RESTRICTION LIFTED.

    The War Office has cancelled the order of November 3, 1917, which restricted the output of merino tops. ...

    Article : 27 words
  26. QUEENSLAND TROOPS.

    The sailing of the steamer Loongana for Brisbane with the Queensland troops, who have been held up in Melbourne for several days, was cancelled yesterday ...

    Article : 51 words
  27. THE BORDER QUARANTINE

    Shortly after 1 o'clock on Saturday some 250 persons were released from the Coolangatta quarantine area. The majority of them came to Brisbane by ...

    Article : 495 words
  28. PRESIDENT WILSON GOING HOME.

    President Wilson has embarked at Brest, France, on board the George Washington, on his return to America. NEW YORK, Saturday. ...

    Article : 124 words
  29. ITALIAN WORKS OF ART.

    The Italian Military Mission is sending to Italy pictures valued at £250,000 from Vienna galleries. These pictures were forcibly taken from Venetia during the ...

    Article : 60 words
  30. ANTI-BOLSHEVIK CONSPIRACY.

    The Russian Government claims to have discovered an anti-Bolshevist conspiracy[?] Many persons have been arrested. ...

    Article : 23 words
  31. ARMY'S GAS EXPERT.

    The British Army—and, indeed, the whole army of the Allies—suffered a severe loss recently in the sudden death from pneumonia of Lieut.-Colonel E. F. ...

    Article : 424 words
  32. ROUMANIAN "INSURRECTION."

    The Vienna correspondent of the Central News states that a revolution has broken out in Roumania. The revolutionaries stopped the royal family, who ...

    Article : 69 words
  33. THE BRITISH CABINET.

    It is expected that Mr. G. N. Barne[?] will succeed Sir R. S. Horne as Minister for Labour, with Cabinet rank. ...

    Article : 36 words
  34. BOLSHEVIK OFFENSIVE.

    The Archangel correspondent of the "New York Times" reports that the Bolsheviks have resumed the offensive in the Sredmakrenga region. They pierced ...

    Article : 43 words
  35. PACIFIC ISLANDS CONTROL.

    Japan refuses to assent to the mandatory plan for the Pacific Islands until she is informed of the precise nature and extent of the mandatory control ...

    Article : 139 words
  36. NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS.

    The New Zealand Red Cross Society, from May, 1916, to November 30 last, had an income of £169,579, and an expenditure of £121,724, including salaries ...

    Article : 127 words
  37. A FRENCH TRAITOR.

    Newspapers state that a man named Krein, who informed the Germans regarding Nurse Cavell, is being tried bv a French court-martial for ...

    Article : 38 words
  38. TYPHUS IN RUSSIA.

    Despatches from Vladiyostock state that approximately 250,000 cases of typhus fever have occurred in Ekaterinburg, Chelibinsk, and Omsk. Owing to ...

    Article : 62 words
  39. DOUBLE INCOME TAX.

    The Government is appointing a Royal Commission to inquire into the incidence of the income tax, including double taxation, in respect to colonial ...

    Article : 32 words
  40. WHAT GERMANY ESCAPED.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" states that Mr. N. D. Baker (Secretary for War), in the course of a speech, said that if the war ...

    Article : 61 words
  41. CANADA AND JAMAICA.

    The Kingston correspondent of the "New York Times" states that the Tontego Bay Town Council has passed a resolution favouring a confederation of ...

    Article : 50 words
  42. AUSTRALIAN Y.M.C.A. CONCERT.

    Mr. A. Fisher (High Commissioner for Australia), General Sir John Monash (in charge of the A.I.F. Forces), General Sir Ian Hamilton (who at one period was ...

    Article : 72 words
  43. LOST ENEMY SUBMARINES.

    The Germans sank two of the three submarines which were proceeding to Harwich on February 7 in terms of the armistice conditions, and pretended that ...

    Article : 40 words
  44. TURKISH OPFICER'S SUICIDE.

    Rescind Bey, who is charged with having instigated the Armenian massacres at Diarbekir, escaped from the prison in which he was confined, but was hunted ...

    Article : 39 words
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