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  2. "HARPS FOR SWORDS."

    "We,the fighters of yesterday, the policemen of politics, aro now sitting at the feet of the Nationalists striking the chords of harmony on the harps that have been given ...

    Article : 692 words
  3. STRIVING FOR PEACE.

    The provisional text of the arbitration and disarmament protocol, which has been the subject of modification, has been published. ...

    Article : 456 words
  4. AROUND THE SHOW RING.

    Wool is Australia's greatest aaset. It is the only product in which we are able to dominate the markets of the world. The total production for the year ended ...

    Article : 1,568 words
  5. SHOOTING SENSATION.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.— Charged with having discharged a loaded [?]rcarm with intent to kill Acting-sergeant Caulfield on the night of July 24, at Coorparoo, Albert ...

    Article : 244 words
  6. EARTH SHOCKS IN ITALY.

    Since yesterday seven severe earthquake shocks have been felt at Genoa, and there were amazing scenes of panic, the populace fleeing to the seashore or to the open ...

    Article : 175 words
  7. CHINESE WAR.

    There was hardly any fighting during the week-end on the Hwangtu and Liuho front. Lu Yung-[?]iang's decision to hold on is obviously with the idea of assisting ...

    Article : 243 words
  8. STATE MINE FIRE.

    WONTHAGGI, Tuesday.—The adjourned inquest into the cause of the deaths of John Johnston and James William Parry, who died in the workings of McBride's tunnel ...

    Article : 1,933 words
  9. NATIONALIST IDEALS.

    Declaring open the annual conference of the Victorian division of the National Federation yesterday morning, the Prime Minister(Mr.Bruce) made a strong appeal for ...

    Article : 2,923 words
  10. International Law.

    Sir Littleton Groom delivered the first speech in the full Assembly of the League of Nations this morning, as chairmin of the first committee. Speaking in support ...

    Article : 234 words
  11. AIR DEFENCE.

    The "Daily Chronicle" gives details of remarkable new battleplanes which, it is stated, should restore Britain's air prestige. They are intended for the defence ...

    Article : 121 words
  12. Butcher on Trial.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.— The trial was commenced to-day of Herman Edward Harvey, aged 31 years, a butcher, on a charge of having murdered his wife, Selma ...

    Article : 130 words
  13. Deeper Harbours.

    The Imperial shipping Committee has issued a report on the piospective size of vessels engaged in the Eastern and Australian trades and using the Suez Canal. ...

    Article : 200 words
  14. Mandated Territories.

    The principal item of interest in the debate it the Assembly this morning was the report of the Mandates Commission. Dr. Xansan, who returned early in the ...

    Article : 157 words
  15. NOTES IN PARLIAMENT.

    When the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce), at the Royal Show luncheon on Monday, referred to new parties that sprang up and sought to gain their ends by a species ...

    Article : 596 words
  16. Irish Boundary Question.

    Mr.Ernest Blythe, the Free State Minister for Finance, in a speech at Clones (County Monaghan), contended that the right of self-determination should be given ...

    Article : 167 words
  17. WATCHING OFFENDERS.

    Dr.Bene[?],in introducing the peate pac[?], said:— "We have worked to secure durable peace and the security of peoples and territories. The protocol is aimed to fill gaps ...

    Article : 435 words
  18. Admittance of Germany.

    Speaking at a party meeting at Radolfzell (Baden[?], the Chancellor (Dr. Marx) said that it should be understood and agreed that Germany was maintaining her ...

    Article : 119 words
  19. Anglo-Russian Treaty.

    Mr.Asquith's letter to a correspondent has dashed the hopes in Government circles that the Liberals would tacitly support the existing text ot the Anglo-Russian ...

    Article : 173 words
  20. Proposed Legislation.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Parliamentary correspondent states that the Cabinet discussed the business for the meeting of the House of Commons on September 30, and ...

    Article : 105 words
  21. "REFEREE OF THE WORLD."

    "This meeting has been called to give expression to the interest which must exist among thinking people regarding the work of the League of Nations." said the ...

    Article : 983 words
  22. CYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE.

    As the result of a collision at the corner of Easey street and Budd street, Collingwood, between a motor-cycle and a motorcar yesterday a boy was killed and a man ...

    Article : 195 words
  23. Rescue Home Incident.

    Rene Agar. Muriel Broun. and Phyllis Shaw, girl inmates of a rescue home at Leeds, carried out a daring coup. They bound the matron's hands and feet, gagged ...

    Article : 87 words
  24. Grand Dake Claims Throne.

    The Grand Duke Cyril, in a manifesto to the Russian people, "assumes" the vacant throne of Russia, with the title of Czar. The "Cobnrgor Tageblatt" learns that ...

    Article : 63 words
  25. Explosion on Salvage Vessel.

    A salvage vessel, laden with guncotton and petrol was blown up in the English Channel by a terific explosion. The six members of the crew had a wonderful ...

    Article : 49 words
  26. Mr. Winston Churchill.

    Mr. Winston Churchill has been officially adopted as the piospeitiie Conservative candidate for the Hoping division of Essex. Although adopted by the Unionist ...

    Article : 169 words
  27. TRAIN STRIKES LORRY.

    Remarkable escapes from serious injury were experienced by two persons and a child when the motor-lorry in which they were riding along the main Kyn[?]ton road ...

    Article : 266 words
  28. Death of an Illusionist.

    Nevil Maskelyne, the famous illusionist, was found dead in bed. He had suffered from heart trouble for some time. Apparently he died in his sleep. ...

    Article : 76 words
  29. Mr. Henderson Speaks.

    When the draft arbitration protocol was being discussed. Mr. Henderson said that the British Government considered it inconirivible that the British Empire would ...

    Article : 356 words
  30. Dumping Duty on Flour.

    In view of the abnormal conditions the Government is reducing the dumping duty on flour to one shilling. ...

    Article : 28 words
  31. Heroism at a Fire.

    When a fire occurrrd on a farm al Dundonald (Scotland) five women and four men were burned to death. They had been sleeping in a partitioned loft, and could ...

    Article : 150 words
  32. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Australian Meat Council representative (Mr. Hassan) states that, as the result of representations made to the London Cold Storage Committee, comprising the ...

    Article : 452 words
  33. STATE HOUSES.

    The Gas Regulation Bill and the Metropolitan Gas Company Bill, both of which vitally concern the Metropolitan Gas Company and the householder, have been before ...

    Article : 473 words
  34. Prince's Highway Mishap.

    Satisfactory progress is being made by [?] Mackenzie, used 22 years, clerk, of Clare[?]don street, South Melbourne; Leonard Brown, clerk, of Malvern, and ...

    Article : 53 words
  35. Knocked Down by Car.

    Knocked down by a motor-car in Hampton road, Middle Brighton, yesterday morning, George Bea[?], 34 years of age, living at 15 Carnavon street, Brunewick, was ...

    Article : 45 words
  36. Zaghlul Pasha Goes to London.

    The Premier of Egypt (Zaghlul Pasha) has loft for London to negotiate with the British Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald) regarding outstaiidiiig Anglo-Egyptian ...

    Article : 55 words
  37. ELECTION CIRCULAR.

    Following upon disclosures made in the Legislative Assembly last week by Mr. [?] (Nat.,[?]) regarding the intervention of the Chief Secretary ...

    Article : 297 words
  38. ROBBED OF £IOO.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.— While Mr. Robert Hall,a city business mun, was proceeding to his home at Teni[?] shortly after 11 o'clock last night, he was assaulted ...

    Article : 116 words
  39. Anxiety in London.

    The newspapers received the cable message from Geneva too late for comment, but there are indications that the available reports will fail to clear up the doubts or ...

    Article : 236 words
  40. Joint Pacific Squadron.

    No correspondence has boen received here intimating that Australia hopes to have the co-operation of Canada in the founation of a Pacific Naval Squadron, ...

    Article : 71 words
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  42. Japanese Emigration.

    A party of Japanese officials is leaving for South America on September 30 on the steamer Siberia M[?] to investigate the economic conditions and possibilities of ...

    Article : 81 words
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  44. What Australia Must Do.

    The Australian Federal Attorney General (Sir Littleton Groom), in an interview said that he believed that Australia would agree to the general object of the protocol, ...

    Article : 133 words
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