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  2. NAIRANA'S TRIP.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.—Few of the passengers who embarked on the steamer Nairana at Melbourne yesterday believed that it would leave for Launceston on time. ...

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  3. POLICE FORCE STRENGTHENED.

    So that the metropolitan police force might be able to cope with any emergency position that might arise, the acting chief commissioner of police (Superintendent ...

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  4. EARLY SECOND TRIP.

    Referring to the number of passengers to be carried by the steamer Nairana, while she is under charter to the Commonwealth Ministry, the Minister for ...

    Article : 198 words
  5. WATERSIDE WORKERS.

    There has been much discussion in union circles on the waterfront regarding the action to be taken by the committee of management of the Waterside Workers' ...

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  6. Freight on Fruit.

    Several members of the Federation of Fruit-traders, with Mr. Snowden, AgentGeneral for Tasmania; Mr. Colebatch. Agent-General for Western Australia; and ...

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  7. KATOOMBA SAILS.

    No crews were obtained in the week-end for any of the idle ships tied up in Melbourne. On Saturday morning the Commonwealth Government Line sought one ...

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  8. GREAT RUSH TOR BERTHS.

    Difficulty is expected to-morrow in restricting, the number of passengers in accordance with the lifeboat and lifebelt accommodation of the vessel. For two days ...

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  9. CAMPAIGN TO END STRIFE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Suggestions that the Lord Mayor (Alderman Stokes) should convene a congress of the Federal and State Parliamentary parties and the ...

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  10. DO UNIONISTS THINK?

    Sir,—It would appear either that unionists do not think or else that their blind loyalty to unionism and its leaders renders all their thinking nugatory. Every ...

    Article : 151 words
  11. POSITION OF STEWARDS.

    Owing to the situation which has arisen between the marine stewards and the Seamen's Union regarding the signing-on of members of the Marine Stewards and ...

    Article : 282 words
  12. IMPRISONED SEAMEN.

    Sir,—Mr. E. J. Holloway is reported in "The Argus" of January 17, when referring to the imprisonment of seamen and firemen of the Moeraki for refusing to obey the ...

    Article : 161 words
  13. UNION MEETINGS.

    Federal organisations of the various unions concerned, and likely to become involved in the maritime disputes, are most active at the present time, and Melbourne ...

    Article : 138 words
  14. MAKAKRA REMAINS IN PORT.

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—The Makarra. which was to have sailed for the eastern States at 5 o'clock this afternoon, was "held-up" owing to the crew's refusal to ...

    Article : 201 words
  15. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—A paragraph in "The Argus" on January 17 states that the seamen are annoyed because the stewards have responded lo the appeal of the Prime ...

    Article : 208 words
  16. Passengers' Losses.

    A resident of Launceston, who had been stranded in Melbourne for two weeks, said that at least 300 Tasmaninns were held up in Melbourne, the majority of whom had ...

    Article : 98 words
  17. HARASSING INFLUENCES.

    HOBART, Saturday.—The Tasmanian shipping committee has sent through its chairman (Mr. J. G. Turner), master warden of the Marine Board, a letter to ...

    Article : 294 words
  18. SYMPATHY STRIKE.

    Seven hours after her appointed time of departure the Union Steamship Company's vessel Manuka, a sister-ship to the idle steamer Moeraki, left Victoria Dock on ...

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  19. SOLDIERS AND PREFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Returned Soldiers and Sailors' Waterside Workers' Union has received from Western Australia, Queensland, and the Northern Territory ...

    Article : 377 words
  20. SEAMEN'S COUNCIL.

    Owing to the late arrival of the delegates from the northern States, the committee of management of the Federated Seamen's Union did not meet at the Trades ...

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  21. UNAVAILING WARNINGS.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.— Mr. Edward Hoare,aged 84 years, of Hodgeman road, Pennington, father of Senator Hoare, was run over by a train proceeding from ...

    Article : 177 words
  22. MEETING OF PROTEST.

    For the purpose of protesting against the imprisonment of 34 members of the crew of the Union Company's steamer Moeraki a meeting was held last evening at the ...

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  23. SEAMAN ARRESTED.

    On a charge of having stolen a propeller ana a propeller [?] on January 13, [?] McGee, aged 25 years, [?] was arrested by Detective[?] Armstrong and Senior-detective Rohan at his home ...

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  24. TO-DAY'S ENTERTAINMENTS.

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  26. DOMAIN DEMONSTRATION.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Following on the demonstration made on the previous Sunday by the Returned Soldiers' Waterside Workers' Bureau, the Waterside Workers' ...

    Article : 166 words
  27. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  29. WALSH LEAVES PERTH.

    PERTH, Sunday.— Thomas Walsh, Australian president of the Seamen's Union, who is charged with having incited members of the Waterside Workers' ...

    Article : 108 words
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