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  2. REPLY TO THE SECRET TREATY.

    The reply of the Allies to the action taken by Germany in entering into a secret treaty with Russia has been forwarded to Germany. The message states that the conclusion of such a pact while the Genoa Conference was in session was a violation of the conditions to which ...

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  3. GUNMEN ACTIVE.

    Wholesale sniping by Unionist gunmen occurred in Belfast on Monday night and continued this morning. So far nine persons have been wounded, some critically. ...

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  4. ATLANTIC FLIGHT.

    Captains Countiaho and Sacadora, the Portuguese aviators, reached the island of St. Paul, at 4.50 this atternoon, completing the 1000-mile leg from Porto Praya ...

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  5. MANNING QUESTION

    In waterfront circles, it is expected that there will not be any trouble in regard to the manning of the Commonwealth Government liner Hobson's Bay when she ...

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  6. N.S.W. PARLIAMENT

    The Premier (Sir George Fuller) announced to-night that the new Parliament will assemble on April 26. The indications point to the seassion being ...

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  7. CANBERRA.

    While refusing to withdraw the tentative log under which the rates of wages of the men employed on the sewerage works at Canberra are paid, the Minister for Works ...

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  8. MOFFATT ESTATE.

    Mr. Justice Lukin, who has heard the various Chamber applications in the proceedings arising in connection with E. F. A. Heiner (solicitor and trustee of the estate ...

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  9. BROOKLANDS TRAGEDY.

    A memorial service to the late Sir Ross Smith and Lieutenant Bennett has been arranged to take place in the church of St. Clement Danes on Thursday, and will ...

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  10. LAND DEVELOPMENT.

    Developmental and decentralisation schemes on a large scale were agreed upon by the new Cabinet this afternoon The members of the Cabinet had before ...

    Article : 257 words
  11. [From the Special Representative of the Australian Press Association.]

    Mr. Lloyd George drafted the reply to Germany, and it was adopted by the Powers and sent to Germany. It reads: "The undersigned Powers have learned ...

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  12. DECEASED AVIATOR'S MOTHER.

    Aviemore, Stephen-terrace, Walkerville, is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Audrow Smith, and it was there that Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith, their sons, ...

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  13. DR. RATHENAU DISPLEASED.

    Genoa telegrams suggest that Dr. Ruthenau (German Minister for Foreign Affairs) is ill pleased with the Allied retort. He informed the Press ...

    Article : 258 words
  14. ANZAC DAY.

    The Anzac Day United Memorial Service Committee held a meeting at the headquarters of the R.S.S.I.L.A. on Tuesday evening to Finanse ...

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  15. STRICKEN RUSSIA.

    Mr. Herbert Hoover, who is in charge of the American relief work in Russia, has informed the Cabinet that the operations of the committee have stopped the ...

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  16. ALLEGED SLANDER.

    James Edward Davidson, the managing director of the Broken Hill "Miner" Newspaper Co., Ltd., before his Honour Mr. Justice Wade and a jury of four, ...

    Article : 197 words
  17. SEMINOFF TRIAL.

    The Secretary of State (Mr. C. E. Hughes) has announced that the United States Government recognises M. Boris Bakhmelieff, who was appointed by the ...

    Article : 90 words
  18. N.S.W. TAXATION.

    "There is no other way out," said the Premier (Sir George Fuller) to-day in announcing, after a meeting of the State Cabinet, that it had been decided to ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. AMERICAN FLOODS.

    The casualties as a result of the storms in the Middle West districts have now reached a total of 50 dead, while hundreds of persons have been injured. Cloud ...

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  20. FEELING IN BERLIN.

    The conclusion of the Russo-German Treaty created a sensation here. The mark soared upwards and later tumbled down, as the Bourse waa of opinion that ...

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  21. SYDNEY SHOW.

    Interest, waned considerably when the Sydney Centenary Show entered upon its last day to-day. At the same time sufficient people attended to carry the ...

    Article : 177 words
  22. DRAUGHTS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Play in the Australian Draughts Championship was continued this evening, and attracted a large number of interested Spectators. The unfinished tie between ...

    Article : 190 words
  23. THE USE OF RADIUM.

    The most important experiment in the use of radium which has ever been carried out is described by the Medical Research Council in a monograph just ...

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  24. ARBUCKLE FILMS.

    Mr. Hayes, the head of the newly organised Motion Picture Producers and Distributors, has annulled the arrangements for the release ot three new Arbuckle films, ...

    Article : 107 words
  25. ANOTHER TREATY RUMOUR.

    The Genoa correspondent of the "Daily Express" says it is stated that M. Tchitcherin is negotiating a similar treaty with Turkey, which would have the effect of ...

    Article : 86 words
  26. ARRANGEMENTS FOR BURIAL.

    Instructions have been issued to the High Commissioner (Sir Joseph Cook) by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to co-operate with Sir Keith Smith in the ...

    Article : 110 words
  27. P.A.F.S.O.A. CONFERENCE.

    The eighteenth biennial conference of the Grand Council of Queensland, P.A.F.S.O.A., was continued to-day, the W.G.M. (Bro. J. Cochrane) presiding. A ...

    Article : 325 words
  28. LIQUOR QUESTION.

    Speaking at a dinner last night, Mr.T. J. Ley (Minister for Justice) said that the Coalition Government was determined to carry out the pledge made to the ...

    Article : 81 words
  29. BERLIN MURDERS.

    Fifteen Armenians have been arrested in connection with the murder of Djemal Bey (brother of Talaut Pasha) and his companion, Bahaed-din. Both were ...

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  30. NO COMMUNISM.

    The Independent Labour Conference sitting at Nottingham passed a motion opposing on alliance with the "Wee Frees," or any other party inside or outside ...

    Article : 134 words
  31. COTTON INDUSTRY.

    The employers and the cotton card room operatives have arrived at a tentative agreement on wages, subject to confirmation by the other unions concerned. ...

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  32. EISTEDDFOD TRIBUTE.

    In a letter forwarded to the mother of the late Sir Ross Smith by Mr. Roy Mellish, adjudicator at the Maryborough Eisteddfod, he says: "Last evening, ...

    Article : 195 words
  33. WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held to-day at the Sydney Wool Exchange, when the quantity catalogued totalled 7797 bales, and the sales, including private transactions, ...

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  34. THE WOWAN FIRE.

    Further particulars regarding the fire at Wowan show that the outbreak was not noticed until 1 o'clock in the morning.. Owing to many residents being ...

    Article : 128 words
  35. RHODESIA.

    Negotiations have been opened between the Union Government and the British South Africa Chartered Company's repre sentatives with a view to ascertaining ...

    Article : 330 words
  36. "FELL 50 FEET.

    Mr. William Desmond, the well-known cinema actor, fell 50ft, from a cliff while a picture was being taken, and sustained injuries which probably will prove fatal. ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND'S TRIBUTE.

    His Excellency the Governor-General (Lord Forster) has received the following message from his Excellency the Governor-General of New Zealand (Lord ...

    Article : 129 words
  38. VITAL STATISTICS OF GREATER BRISBANE.

    During March the births in the Greater Brisbane area (10 miles radius) exceeded the deaths by 296. The report of the Registrar-General shows that the births ...

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  39. AMERICAN FINANCES.

    A revised Treasury Department report indicates that the United States surplus of revenue over expenditure for 1922 will be 47,000,000 dollars (£9,400,000), but the ...

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  40. FEDERAL MINISTERS TO PARTICIPATE.

    Arrangements have been, made for Federal Ministers to take part in the Anzac Day celebrations on Tuesday. The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) will speak at ...

    Article : 192 words
  41. CHARGE OF MURDER.

    In the Dubbo Circuit Court to-day, before Mr. Justice Ferguson, James Kelly was charged with having murdered his wife, Ethel Kelly, at the, Eight Mile Camp, ...

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  42. GERMAN REVOLUTION ECHO.

    Herr Kapp, the leader of the revolution of March, 1920, was arrested while returning from Sweden, and has been taken to Leipzig for trial. ...

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  43. MEXICAN VOLCANO.

    The Mexican volcano Colima, is in eruption, and the inhabitants of neighbouring towns are taking to flight. [Mount Colima is the most westerly volcano ...

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  44. DEATH OF MR. H. T. BARBIE, M.P.

    The death has occurred of Mr. Hugh T. Barrie, M.P. (C.) for North Londonderry since 1906. [The late Mr. Barrie was born in Glasgow ...

    Article : 67 words
  45. DEBTS TO AMERICA.

    The first session of the Foreign Debt Commission decided that official negotiations with the countries concerned should begin next week, Britain being the first ...

    Article : 37 words
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