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
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
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
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
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
United States investigators have discovered a mammoth smuggling system by which Europeans denied admittance into the United States under the quota ...Article : 93 words
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
Interest in Australian migration schemes continues unabated, and the Migration Department is inundated with applications. A large number of persons have ...Article : 122 words
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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