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  2. RETURN TO GOLD STANDARD.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Colonel Bireh Helms, of Messrs. Blair and Company, of New York, who is on a visit to Australia to investigate financial and economic ...

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  3. AMERICAN FLEET.

    Twenty-four destoryers, with the scout crusier Omaba, and probably the tenders Altair and Melville, will cruise to Australia in the summer after the fleet [?] ...

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  4. 'BUS SERVICES.

    Following the recommendations of the Motor-bus Advisory Board regarding the routes to be prescribed for privatelyowned motor-'bus services within the ...

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  5. JAPAN'S NEW POLICY.

    A clear indication that Japan has abandoned her old traditions with regard to international policy towards the West in favour of concentration on Far Eastern ...

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  6. MARINE UPHEAVAL.

    The Lisbon correspondent of the Central News Agency states that the Portuguese Government had received confirmation of the report that an island and the ...

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  7. MORE CREWS HIRED.

    Although union officials said yesterday that they could see no reason why the manning of idle ships in Australian port[?] not be continued until normal interstate ...

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  8. Loongana to Sail To-day.

    Arrangements have been made for the Tasmanian steamer Loongana to leave Melhourne this afternoon at 3 o'clock for Launceston. The steamer will leave ...

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  9. Manning Ships in Brisbane.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.— A large crowd of seamen attended at the Mereantile Marine office this morning, and the selection of crews for the Bombala, Wyandra, ...

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  10. RECOMMISSIONING SHIPS.

    Within the next week about a dozen idle ships in Melbourne will be recommissioned, Steps have been taken by shipping companies to arrange temporary ...

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  11. RUHR EVACUATION.

    The German rejoinder to the Allies' Note in regard to the evacuation of the Ruhr was handed to Lord D' Abernon, the British Ambassador in Berlin, to-day. The ...

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  12. STRANDED SEAMEN.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday —In a statement to-day the assistant secretary of the Seamen's Union (Mr. Johannsen) said that at the conference to be called by Mr. Justice ...

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  13. CLASS WAR.

    Another remarkable sample of Soviet propaganda reached London to-day. It consists of an appeal by the Soviet teachers' conference at Moscow to British ...

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  14. WORK ON WHARVES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— The management committee of the Waterside Workers' Federation met the members of the New South Wales branch of the Federation at ...

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  15. ONCE A MILLIONAIRE.

    Henry Fenton, director of the Fenton Textile Association Limited, Yorkshire, was summoned in September to the Mansion House, London, at the instance of the ...

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  16. Era Commissioned.

    GEELONG, Wednesday, — Steam was raised to-day on the collier Era, which has been tied up since Christmas. A crew is expected to sign on on Thursday. ...

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  17. Fighting in China.

    General Lu Yung-Hsiang continued his advanco to-day. Fighting followed around Soochow. Marshal Chi-Hsich Yuan's troops partially evacuated the city, and Marshal ...

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  18. No Men for Erriba.

    Two men, who had been engaged at the Mercantile Marine office on Tuesday for the Commonwealth Government Line steamer Erriba, which is being used as a ...

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  19. BRITISH TRADE.

    At a meeting of the London Joint City and Milland Bank, Mr. Reginald McKenna (the chairman) said:—I think it is safe to say that things are propitious for the ...

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  20. UNREPENTANT SEAMEN.

    After having served 14 days in prison at Coburg for having, refused to obey, a cmumand of the master of the steamer Mooraki, 34 members of the crew were ...

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  21. Gezira Irrigation Question.

    Replying to the recent note from the Premier (Zwar Pasha), begging reconsideration of the Gezira irrigation question with a view to stregthning ...

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  22. MR. BRUCE'S CRITICAL HOUR.

    Sir,—I do not hink Mr.Bruce is an opportunist yet, as your correspondent suggests. He is young. He is placed in a network, and he merely shifts the nets ...

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  23. SECRETS OF THE NAVY.

    Jeremiah Joseph o'Leary, dockyard shipwright, of Portsmouth, and Cyril McGough, civil servant, of London, have been committed for trial. The charge against ...

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  24. PRESCRIBED ROUTES.

    The order prescribing the routes was signed by His Excellency the Governor (the Earl of Stradbroke) at a meeting of the Executive Council yesterday ...

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  25. AUSTRALIAN BEEF.

    The Agent-General for Western Australia (Mr. H. P. Colebatch), at a meeting of the Royal Colonial Institute at Brigton, said that 30,000 head of cattle, ...

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  26. DEREGISTRATION CASE.

    The industrial registrar (Mr. A.M.Stewart) yesterday made another statement in regard to the intentions of the Arbitration Court in connection wih the ...

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  27. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Dutch steamer Arendskerk (7,390 tons), from Brisbane to Rotterdam, has, a Reuter message states, arrived at Suez. The vessel, which lost a propeller blade ...

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  28. PENALTIES FOR DISDEDIENCE.

    Sir, — The Arbitration Court was brought into existence to satisfy the Labour unions [?] alas, it has been made a sorry spectacle by the very unions for which it was created ...

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  29. Control of Prices.

    The "Daily Hearld" Labour, discussing Lord Vestey's denial before the Food Prices Commission that his firm controls the price of meat, asks who are the ...

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  30. Power of Memorising.

    Professor Spenrman, of the London University, in investigating an astonishing case of a youth's memorising powers. Lipowsky, a Polish student at the Darmstadt ...

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  31. CREWS OBTAINED IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Although shipping companies were successful to-day in obtaining crews for a number of vessels, further difficulties were encountered in the ...

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  32. QUEENSLAND AIR SERVICE.

    Arrangements have been completed by the Postmaster-General's department to take mails for carriage on the extension of the Queensland air service from ...

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  33. WHEN SHOULD PAY BEGIN?

    "Although we accepted the award of the Court unconditionally, the shipowners apparently are not prepared to do the same." This statement was made yesterday by the ...

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  34. WIRELESS TESTS.

    Much interest is being taken by wireless enthusiasts in a series of wireless telephone tests being held between America and Austraila. For Several nights past the ...

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  35. Wireless and the Theatres.

    The organisation of all elements comprising the American theatre to consider the enerochments of wireless and to safeguard the state as a national institution ...

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  36. Gold for Australia.

    The New York National Bank has announced that a further shipment of 700,000 dollars in gold (£140,000) to Australia will be made. ...

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  37. Croydon Air Disaster.

    When the inquiry was resumed to-day into the Croyon air disaster, whereby seven lives were lost by the crash of an aeroplane (the Croydon-Paris express) on ...

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  38. UNCONSCIOUS IN DOORWAY.

    Lying semi-conscious in a doorway in a lane off Little Collins street, city, yesterday afternoon, Patrick O'Keefe, aged 22 years, of Sydney, was found by Coustable ...

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  39. Calcutta Tea Sales.

    At yesterday's sale 16,221 packages were offered, the chief distriets being Doonrs 6,651, and Assam 5,853. There was a poor selection, including a large percentage of ...

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  40. MOTORING ACCIDENTS.

    A woman was slightly injured and two motor-vehicles were much damaged in an accident which occurred at the corner of Point Nepean road and Park road, ...

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  41. OLD HANDS REJOIN SHIP.

    Between 200 and 300 seamen attended at the Mereantile Marine office yesterday morning for engagement on idle interstate ships. It was explained that the number of ...

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  42. Deaths From Alcoholism.

    The Census Bureau has announced that the number of deaths from illicit posion liquor is remarkably few, the mortality saatistics indicating that the drinkers of ...

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  43. Death of Lord Grenfell.

    The death has occurred of Field-marshal Baron Grenfell, of Kilvey, in his 84th year. Lord Grenfell joined the 60th [?] ...

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  44. APPEAL FOR WIDOW.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 97 words
  45. Tests From America.

    The Westinghouse Electric Company has announced that after tests with wireless messages broadcast from their station KDKA, Pittsburg, which were succesfully ...

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  46. HEAT WAVE IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Sydney sweltered in a heat wave to-day, the shade temperature reaching 97.6 degrees. In the western portion of the State hihger ...

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  47. Classified Advertising

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  48. ST. GEORGE'S HOSPIAL.

    Archbishop Lees has made an appeal for funds to aid the committee of St. George's, East Kew,an intermediate hospital established by the Church of ...

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  49. CASE OF DISTRESS.

    We have received the following contributions towards a fund to assist a young [?] operator who is suffering from partial blindness, whose sad plight was ...

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  50. MACKARRA WITHOUT CREW.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.— The interstate steamer Mackarra, at Port Adelaide, has not yet obtained a crew. Only the master, officers, and engineers are now on ...

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  51. FLOUR PRICE RAISED AGAIN.

    Owing to an additional advance in the wheat markets, the Victorian Millowners' Association yesterday increased the price of flour by 2/6, making it £16/5/ per ...

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  52. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 20 words
  53. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 16 words
  54. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    PRACTICE COURT.— Before the Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine).— At [?] —Urgent chamber business. ...

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  55. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 14 words
  56. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 28 words
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