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  2. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The Disarmaments Committee has accepted a motion by Sir Mark Sheldon (Australia) [?]rging the nations to adhere to the clauses of the Washington Treaty ...

    Article : 289 words
  3. CHINESE REPUDIATION.

    Despite a warning from the foreign legations, and against the advice of Parliamentarians, who declare the step unconstitutional, the Cabinet has announced ...

    Article : 143 words
  4. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Important, over[?] for peace with the Federal Country Party were made by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to-day, when he addressed delegates to the ...

    Article : 1,332 words
  5. KEMAL PASHA STILL SILENT. OUTLOOK FOR PEACE FAVOURABLE.

    No information, has yet been received from Kemal Pasha, tha Commander-in[?]Chief of the Turkish army. CONSTANTINOPLE, September 25. Hamed Bey informed A representative of the "Daliy Express" that he ...

    Article : 111 words
  6. BRIBERY CHARGE.

    The trial of John Harvey Crothers Slceman (42) and Edward Bernard Connolly (59), both journalists, on a charge of having, attempted to inf[?] the vote in ...

    Article : 4,245 words
  7. BIG SMUGGLING SCHEME.

    United States investigators have discovered a mammoth smuggling system by which Europeans denied admittance into the United States under the quota ...

    Article : 93 words
  8. THE KEMALISTS.

    An unofficial message from Constantinople says that the Kemalists, despite foreign intrigues and extremist pressure, are disposed to accept the Allied proposals ...

    Article : 199 words
  9. IMMIGRATION.

    Interest in Australian migration schemes continues unabated, and the Migration Department is inundated with applications. A large number of persons have ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. IN IRELAND.

    In is [?]ported that [?] Irish Irregular prisoners [?]ped from the County gaol at Cork by making a tunnel to a disused ventilation shaft, from which they ...

    Article : 97 words
  11. WATCHING AND WAITING.

    The attitude of the Government appears to be the of watching and waiting, pending the negotiations between the Allies and the Turks, before taking further ...

    Article : 94 words
  12. GREEKS DEMORALISED.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Morning Post" states that the Greek Thracian army is fitterly dis[?]rganised, and is committing serious atrocities, looting ...

    Article : 47 words
  13. MR. J. M. HUNTER.

    Mr. J. M'Ewen Hunter (formerly Agent[?] General for Queensland) will sail for Brisbane with his wife and daughter by the Moldavia, due to leave London on October ...

    Article : 40 words
  14. REBELS DISORGANISED. DISCLOSURES BY DE VALERA'S LETTERS.

    The Dublin correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that the Southern Government secret service has seized a remarkable sefies of confidential letters ...

    Article : 112 words
  15. ORDERED TO QUIT.

    An intimation has been received in London front Kemal Pasha that refugees must quit Smyrna by September 30. The intimation was made before the joint ...

    Article : 61 words
  16. VARYING VIEWS.

    Some French newspapers, including "Le Journal" state that French opinion is that Gallipoli is going to be given back to Turkey. Inquirles from authoritative ...

    Article : 111 words
  17. RUSSIAN INDUSTRY.

    M. Lenin's first pronouncement since his illness is contained in a letter to the All-Russia Congress of Trade Unions, stating that the refusal of the capitalist ...

    Article : 86 words
  18. GOOD PROSPECTS.

    The Premier and Leader of the State Nationalist Party (Sir George Fuller) was very optimistic about the future of the Nationalist Party in his address to the ...

    Article : 452 words
  19. APPEAL FOR SUCCOUR.

    The Earl of Balfour appealed to the League of Nations to succo[?] the starving refugees from Smyrna. Great Britain was giving £50,000 towards that end, and it ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. THE CONSTITUTION BILL.

    The Minister [?] Home Affairs (Mr. K. Higgins), in piloting the Free State Constitution Hill through the Dad Eireann[?] declared that the Treaty was undoubtedly ...

    Article : 77 words
  21. PROFOUND SENSATION.

    The Geneva correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the Allied note to Turkey has on caused a profound sensation in League circles. The general ...

    Article : 189 words
  22. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The political correspondent of the "Pall Mall Gazette" reports a pr[?]ced disposition in well-informed circles to regard a general election as imminent, ...

    Article : 102 words
  23. TURKISH SULTAN.

    The Grand Vizier and the other members of the Turkish Government have resigned, with a view to the formation of a Nationalist Government, and the early ...

    Article : 105 words
  24. MURDER CHARGES.

    Forty-one men have been indicted on charges of murder in various degrees arising out of the Herrin massacre, and have been arraigned, [?] belong released on [?]onds ...

    Article : 200 words
  25. FATAL QUARREL.

    A quarrel over a piece of flannel resuited in the death of two women. Mrs. Goward purchased piece goods from a neighbour, Mrs. Carpenter, and to-day the ...

    Article : 81 words
  26. EUROPEAN NAVIES.

    The Near East situation is reported to have halted the plans of the European Powers for scrapping naval ar[?] in accordance with the Washington Treaty ...

    Article : 44 words
  27. LORD CURZON CONGRATULATED.

    At a meeting of the Cabinet the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) congratulated Lord Curzon on the result of his mission to Paris. ...

    Article : 76 words
  28. SENTRY INJURED. TERRIBLE BAYONET WOUND.

    A sensational discovery was made at Buckingham Palace. A young Welsh Guardsman on sentry duty was found bleeding from a terrible bayonet wound ...

    Article : 94 words
  29. GREEK SITUATION.

    The newspapers energetically demand the immediate reconstitution of the army for the protection of Thrace. The National Assembly has been summoned for ...

    Article : 95 words
  30. CHANGCHUN CONFERENCE.

    The Tokio correspondent of the United Press Association announces that the Chang[?]un conference has broken up. [A cablegram on September 2[?] stated ...

    Article : 79 words
  31. AFRICAN OPINION.

    The Prime Minister (General Smuts), in reply to the British Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George), expresses regret at his delay in replying owing lo absence, ...

    Article : 297 words
  32. AVIATION. AN AMERICAN FLIGHT.

    The new army dirigible [?]2. using helium gas, in charge of army aviators, has completed the transcontinental flight commenced on September 14. No attempt ...

    Article : 39 words
  33. EX-KAISER'S WEDDING.

    A reconciliation has been effected between the ex-Kaiser Wiheim II. and his son Wilheim, ex-Crown Prince of Germany. They met at the table of the ...

    Article : 121 words
  34. ALLEGED FRAUDULENT CONVERSION.

    At the trial of Mrs. Rita Marguerite Fiske, an Australian, on a charge of having fraudulently converted to her own use a cheque for £137, G. W.[?] Eayres, a ...

    Article : 74 words
  35. NATION'S FOOD.

    At the Nations Food Exhibition at Olympia the Cold Storage and Ice Association showed films illustrating the cattle and sheep raising industries in ...

    Article : 62 words
  36. CLOSED DOWN.

    All the furnaces at the Ebbw Vale works have been raked out Consequently it will not be possible to recommenec wrok this year. ...

    Article : 74 words
  37. ROUND THE WORLD.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Louis Broome, the left Major Blake's acroplane at Marseilles and hurried to Yokohama to prepare for the section of the journey from Japan to ...

    Article : 66 words
  38. MORETON SEAT.

    Writing from the House of Representatives, Melbourne, on September 26. Mr. Arnold Wienholt addressed the following letter to the chairman of the Primary ...

    Article : 870 words
  39. CARRIAGE OF MAILS.

    The Government has arranged for the Peninsular and Oriental S.S. [?]o. to carry mails to India, Australia, and the East during the seamen's strike. ...

    Article : 29 words
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