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  2. ASSAULT AND ROBBERY.

    A daring and apparently well-planned robbery of a big of money was perpetrated by three men on a tram in Toorak road, South Yarra, last night. The thieves got ...

    Article : 328 words
  3. COLIN ROSS'S APPEAL.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Judgment in the appheation to the High Court by Colin Campbell Ross for special leave to appeal against the adverse decison of the Victorian Court ...

    Article : 287 words
  4. NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—There are indications that Labour in New South Wales will soon be split into warring factions as a result of the severe defeat sustained by ...

    Article : 396 words
  5. UNEMPLOYED SOLDIERS.

    Practically every municipal council in the metropolis has interested itself in the relief of unemployed returned soldiers, and yesterday the Lord Mayor (Councillor ...

    Article : 1,285 words
  6. NO PEACE IN BELFAST.

    A terrible series of tragedies occurred in the Stanhope street area of Belfast on Sunday. While on patrol duty Constable Turner was shot, and died instantly. An ...

    Article : 203 words
  7. ST. PATRICK'S PROCESSION.

    Unusual interest was taken in the proceedings of the City Council yesterday afternoon, when a recommendation by the general purposes and legislative committee ...

    Article : 1,039 words
  8. SENATOR PEARCE HONOURED.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Senator Pearce was enthusiastically honoured to-day in recognition of his work at the Washington conference. A reception by the Soldiers' Club ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  9. ELECTION OF MEMBERS.

    Proportional representation is designed to give each quota of electors one representative, and as each member is elected the members yet to be elected are chosen ...

    Article : 1,156 words
  10. FEDERAL REVENUE.

    Customs revenue for the nine months ended March 31 showed a decrease of £4,647,050 as compared with the corresponding period of the previous financial year. ...

    Article : 338 words
  11. Republicans Seize Arms.

    Followers of Mr. de Valera boarded a tug at Queenstown, and, holding up the crew with revolvers. seized the vessel and steamed to Cork a distance of seven and ...

    Article : 144 words
  12. EMPIRE AIR SERVICE.

    Details of the scheme for the establishment of an Empire airship service between Great Britain, India, and Australia are Contained in a cable message received by ...

    Article : 360 words
  13. MOTORING MISHAPS.

    Striking a cable tram-car, knocking a man over and leaving him lying on the road injured, a motor-car continued on its way along Victoria parade at about ...

    Article : 378 words
  14. PROGRESS OF COUNT.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Counting was completed in a number of country electorates to-day, and the trend of the voting consistently favoured the Coalition party. Judging ...

    Article : 582 words
  15. CARE OF WAR GRAVES.

    To comfort bereaved relatives is the object of the tour which has been undertaken, a[?] his own expense, by the Rev. R. Mullmeux, M.C., a British "padre," ...

    Article : 856 words
  16. Surfeit of Public Life.

    Speaking at Llanfairfechan, Major Gwilyn Lloyd George, son of the Prime Minister, said that his father was "sick of office," and was only going to Genoa ...

    Article : 57 words
  17. Disappointed Robbers.

    Yesterday there were two sensational robberies. Forty bandits held up a train on route to Chicago, in the belief that it contained silk, but the train was ...

    Article : 165 words
  18. ARREST AT HOSPITAL.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—After remarking to a friend that "his luck was dead against him," a man was seen to take something from his pocket and swallow it. He ...

    Article : 164 words
  19. UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT.

    The Melbourne University students' representative council, acting in conjunction with students' societies and University sporting bodies, has arranged a series of ...

    Article : 363 words
  20. Ex-Emperor Karl.

    Messages from Funchal indicate that Karl, the former Emperor of Austria-Hungary, allowed himself to die. He refused to see doctors, take medicine, or ...

    Article : 63 words
  21. Zita Suggested as Regent.

    Karl's death has caused a deep impression, especially on the Royalists in Hungary, who desire to instal the former Empress Zita as Regent until her son, ...

    Article : 40 words
  22. LOSS OF MEMORY.

    QUEENSTOWN (T.), Monday.—About midday on Sunday it was reported that Mr. Walter Proctor, accountant in the metallurgical department at the Mount Lyell ...

    Article : 179 words
  23. Near-East Proposals.

    Turkish Nationalist opinion in Angora is now more favourable to the Allied proposals. It is realised that they will go some way towards meeting Turkish ...

    Article : 174 words
  24. AUTOMATIC TELEPHONES.

    According to Mr. Frederick Golding, chief electrical engineer of the Postmaster-General's department, who gave evidence before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on ...

    Article : 343 words
  25. EXPERTS FOR MORWELL.

    Arrangements have been made by the Electricity Commissioners with the manufacturers of the briquetting plant ordered for Morwell to despatch from Hamburg the ...

    Article : 258 words
  26. MR. HUGHES AND BENDIGO.

    When the report that he intended to leave Bendigo and contest a Sydney seat [?] the next election was brought under the notice of the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) ...

    Article : 108 words
  27. SOLDIERS' HOMES.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—A new phase of the inquiry being held by the Joint Committee of Public Accounts into the erection of war service homes in South ...

    Article : 300 words
  28. SPORTING CABLES.

    Playing on the Pinehurst links J. H. Kirkwood (Vic.) and W. C. Hagen (U.S.A.) defeated O'Hara and Walker (U.S.A.), four up and three to play. The victors, who ...

    Article : 76 words
  29. £1,000,000 INVOLVED.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Retrospective rents amounting to £1,000,000 are involved in a test case relating to the Queensland Land Act of 1920, which was begun in the High ...

    Article : 188 words
  30. GARRISON ON GALLIPOLI.

    "I should oppose that, 'horse, foot, and artilley,' " said the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) yesterday, when expressing his opinion of the suggestion mentioned in a ...

    Article : 191 words
  31. GRAVES IN AUSTRALIA.

    According to a communication received yesterday from the secretary for Defence (Mr. T. Trumble) by the general secretary of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' ...

    Article : 254 words
  32. A.N.A. DEFENDED.

    The new chief president of the Australian Natives' Association (Mr. E. J. L. Bremner), who was the principal guest at the annual smoke night of the Camberwell ...

    Article : 358 words
  33. QUEENSLAND FINANCES.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—Revenue returns for March and for the nine months of the financial year were issued to-day. The revenue for March was £1,236,716, a decrease ...

    Article : 229 words
  34. MR. HUGHES NOT INFORMED.

    From a statement made by the Prime-Minister (Mr. Hughes) last night, it would appear that a misunderstanding find occurred. "I was not informed," said Mr. ...

    Article : 411 words
  35. SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—"My experience was that antagonism to the sugar industry in the south is purely the result of ignorance. When the real position is ...

    Article : 97 words
  36. RELIEVING BEEF INDUSTRY.

    Further consideration was given by the Federal Cabinet yesterday to relieving the depressed beef industry, particularly in Queensland. The Prime Minister (Mr. ...

    Article : 105 words
  37. ST. KILDA BEACH ADVERTISING.

    At the March meeting of the St. Kilda Council, an application from Mrs. Miller, lessee of the St. Kilda baths, for permission to erect an electric advertising sign on the ...

    Article : 236 words
  38. CHASING COST OF LIVING.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The official organ of the Government tramways electrical. branch discusses the futility of endeavouring to balance the high cost of living by ...

    Article : 144 words
  39. IRISH-BORN IN AUSTRALIA.

    Sir,—I read Mr. Monro's very interesting article "Irish-born in Australia," in "The Argus" on Saturday, and I would like to correct an error he has made in including ...

    Article : 170 words
  40. WIRELESS AGREEMENT.

    In replying to an inquiry by the general secretary of the Retained Sailors and Soldiers' League (Mr. Forrest) relating to preference to soldiers in the agreement ...

    Article : 97 words
  41. Classified Advertising

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  42. GOOD PHEASANT SHOOTING.

    KING ISLAND, Monday.—The pheasant season opened on Saturday. Birds were very plentiful, and those possessing good game dogs obtained large bags. Among ...

    Article : 44 words
  43. Classified Advertising

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