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  2. RIOT IN EGYPT.

    Serious rioting lolloped midday prayers at a notoriously seditious masque. The trouble began when the Egyptian police endeavoured to prevent demonstrations ...

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  3. PEACE TREATY.

    A message from Tokio announces that Japan has ratified the Allies' Treaty of Peace with Germany. ...

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  4. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Speaking on behalf of the Victorian State Ministry, the Premier (Mr. Lawson) indicated to-day that Victoria received but cold comfort from the policy speech of the ...

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  5. STEEL STRIKE ENDING.

    The strike of steel workers is collapsing, and the men are returning to work in great numbers. Mr. Fitzpatrick (Chairman of the National Committee) admitted ...

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  6. OIL COMPANY'S PROFITS.

    Reserved judgment on the application of the Vacuum Oil Company to increase the selling price of kerosine from 15/6 to 16/6 a case was delivered by Mr. Justice ...

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  7. GREAT WESTERN "HOLDUP."

    A compulsory conference, called by Mr. Justice Powers, between the Parties to the East-West Railway strike, was held to-day. According to a statement made ...

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  8. YUDINITCH'S FAILURE.

    A communication from Gen. Yudenitch, dated October 27, states:—Our attack against. Petrograd has been unsuccessful owing to lack of assistance. ...

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  9. PRESENTATION OF DECOPATIONS.

    On Monday afternoon at Keswick Bargacks, Brig.-Gen. R. L. Leaue, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C., will present decorations and medas awarded the war ...

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  10. PROHIBITION.

    Voting by 43 to 38, the Senate adjourned all other business in order to consider the Presidential veto on the Prohibition Enforcement Bill. Later the Senate repassed ...

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  11. PEACE EFFECTIVE SHORTLY.

    The Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Cecil Harmsworth) stated in the House of Commons to-day that it was hoped the Peace Treaty would take effect ...

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  12. HOLY SEE AND THE CZECHS.

    The Holy See has recognised Czechoslovakia, of which Prince Alexander of Serbia was recently chosen the head. ...

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  13. Denikin Again Advancing.

    A message from Helsingfors on Wednesday stated that Gen. Denikin was again advancing toward Moscow, an important victory having been the recapture of Orci. ...

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  14. WOMEN MEETING IN AMERICA.

    The International Conference of Working Women has met for the first time, when delegates from 12 countries were present. The object of the conference was ...

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  15. GREAT COAL STRIKE IMMINENT.

    Half a million bituminous coal miners are about to strike owing to the refusal of the mine owners to consider increases in wages. The Government is preparing ...

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  16. DISTURBED GERMANY.

    The Spartacist disturbances at E[?]berfield and Casel threaten to spread elsewhere in Gerenan territory unoccupied by tho Allies. In street fights at Casel many ...

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  17. RAILWAY STRUCK FAILED.

    The Egyptian extru[?]e Nationalist have suffered a severe reverse failure to the failure of the railway strike. Work was resumed after a temporary stoppage, and ...

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  18. SUPPLIES AND STRANDED PASSENGERS.

    The situation in regard to the strike on the Great Western has not changed, and the men are being paid off. A committee of delegates of, the several unions has ...

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  19. JELLICOE'S TOUR.

    In the House of Commons to-day, Mr. Kenworthy asked the cost of Admiral Viscoune Je[?]coe's tour, and whether the use of a battle cruiser was necessary. The ...

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  20. GERMANS ADMITTED TO LABOUR CONFERENCE.

    The International Labour Conference, with one dissentient, has agreed to admit German and Austrian delegates. ...

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  21. 'MORE, MORE!"

    The employ es at the Commonwealth [?] gantries are fating into line with the hage army of applicants for higher rates of pay. These men, who are accepted neither by ...

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  22. LLOYD GEOEGE CABINET.

    The Attorney-General (Sir Gordon Hewart), in moving the second reading of the War Emergency Laws Continuance Bill, explained that it was intended to ...

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  23. BATTLE OF JUTLAND.

    In the House of Commons to-day the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Long) announced that an enquiry into the reports of defective armament in the Battle of ...

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  24. Britons Leaving Syria.

    The Leader of the House of Commons (Mr. Bonar Law) announced to-day that; arrangements were, being made for the withdrawal of Britten troops[?]from Syria. ...

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  25. SYDNEY WHEAT ENQUIRY.

    Before the Wheat Commission to-day, the examination of Selby Churchill was concluded, and Rupert Jesse Coombes acting manager of Smith & Co., sack, ...

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  26. INDUSTRIAL PEACE IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The Employers' Federation has passed a resolution urging the waterside employers to adopt a system of permanent employment on the wharfs throughout the ...

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  27. GOLF TOURNAMENT.

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  28. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Belgian A*s.ze Court at Brussels iaB sentenced two ,mcn to 20 years' imprisonment, a third to 15 years, and two others io 10 years, for having oondiicted tbe newspaper Belgique under German auspLcea during the enemy occupation. ...

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  29. MINISTER FOR DEFENCE.

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Pearce), Sir Talbot Hobbs, and Brig-Gen. Brockman were welcomed at a civic reception this morning, attended by the Lieut-Governor ...

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  30. APPLICATION BEFORE ARBITRATION COURT.

    In the Arbitration Court to-day Mr: Gibson (secretary of the Federated Engine [?]rivers and Firemen's Association) asked Mr. Justice Powers to state a case for the ...

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  31. INSURANCE AMALGAMATION. ?

    It is announced that the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company has combined with the Royal Insurance Company. ...

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  32. STILL IN THE WIND.

    The interstate waterside workers' conference, which discussed-preliminary business to-day and, adjourned until Monday, will consider at a later sitting the ...

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  33. COAL MINE DISASTER.

    Twenty men have been killed in a coalmine explosion, followed by a fire. ...

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  34. AMERICAN" WARTIME PROPAGANDA!

    An official investigation of the wartime propaganda shows that it cost the country £1,500 000. The affairs of the bureau were found to be in a state of hopeless ...

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  35. MIXED MONEY.

    In the Criminal Court to-day (before Mr. Justice Sehutt) Thomas James (Deputy Commissioner of Pensions for Victoria) was presented for trial on four charges of ...

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  36. TYPICAL BRITISH SOLDIER,

    Col. Ashley, in the Commons, asked the Prime Minister whether, with a view to marking the nation's gratitude to the soldiers, the Government would 'bring the ...

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  37. SOLDIER CRICKETERS FOR NEW-ZEALAND.

    The New Zealand Cricket Council has arranged for a visit of the Australian soldiers' cricket team, and has asked the Minister for Defence to cable to Australia ...

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  38. AUSTRALIA HOUSE TROUBLE.

    The differences between the Commonwealth and New South Wales authorities in London over the question of their offices in Australia Houses remain unadjusted. ...

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  39. CASUALTIES.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.). October 31.—The steamer, City of Winchester, which left Waitara the other day for Melbourne, is making for Wellington. There is a' fire ...

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  40. THE TAXPAYERS' BURDEN.

    The Minister or Finance says it has been found impossible to make any reduction, in taxation this year; indeed possibilities in this direction next year are fairly ...

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  41. "SLAUGHTER HOUSE RULES."

    The butchers at Auckland have delivered an ultimatum to their employers that unless their wages demands are conceded they will strike within seven days. ...

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  42. WORLD'S PRESS CONGRESS.

    The Premier (Mr. Holman) announced to-day that the Press Congress of the World would meet in Sydney during October, 1920. Correspondence with the ...

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  43. GRAVES COMMISSION.

    The Graves Commission has expressed' a wish that Mr. Alan Box shall remain a member of that body until its task is completed. ...

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  45. CHINA'S BOUNDLESS FIELD FOR TRADE.

    That China offers a boundless field for Australian trade was the general view expressed at a luncheon held to day on the steamer Victoria, a unit of the ...

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  46. NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN.

    The scrip for the New South Wales loan just floated is quoted at about [?] cent, discount. City financiers were not surprised at the small subscription to the ...

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  47. FIUME AGAIN.

    It is understood that President has refused the fomrula of the Italian Foreign Minister (Signor Tittoni), in regard to Fiume, without the inclusion of ...

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  48. MR. TUDOR ILL.

    Acting on medical advice, the Leader of the Opposition in she House of Representatives (Mr. Tudor) is tilting a few days' holiday at Mornington. He became ill on ...

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  49. WOMEN'S HONOUR DEFENDED.

    Witnesses in the Miss Douglas Pennant enquiry repudiated the allegations of immorality at Hurst Park Camp. The lady medical director said she was absolutely ...

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  50. RYAN V. ARGUS LIBEL CASE.

    An application on behalf of Air. T. J. Ryan (ex-Premier of Queensland) was made to Mr. Justice Rich in Chambers to-day for an order that the retrial of Mr. ...

    Article : 179 words
  51. INTERSTATE TRADE.

    The interstate trade returns for September show:—imports, £777,859; exports, £183,333 New South Wales supplied £.374,359 worth of exports, and Victoria ...

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  52. TERRIFIC BUSH PIKE.

    A message from Richmond states that a terrific bush fire is raging in the Moolgar district. It has been burning for nine days, and has swept the whole of the ...

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  53. MINERS AND THE PRICE OF POWDER.

    The miners at Wollongong have been informed "that the price of powder will be increased 3d. a 1b. As this means a decrease in their wages of from 6d. to 1/ a ...

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  54. SPORTING CABLES.

    The betting on the Ca[?]bridgeshire Stakes, which was won on Wednesday by brigand, is attached:—100 to 14 agst Zinovia, 8 to 1 Telegraph, 9 to 1 sir ...

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  59. WHO WON THE WAR?

    Albert, King of the Belgians, addressing the House of Representatives, described the American Army as the decisive factor, in determining the .victory of the Allies. ...

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  60. THE DAVIS CUP.

    The Davis Cup team will sin for Australia in the wahene on Thursday. ...

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  61. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The Assembly has passed a Bill to increase expenditure on the Perth Mint from £22,500 to £25,000 yearly, as requested by the Imperial Mint authorities. The State's ...

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  63. STATE REVENUE.

    The State revenue returns for October show gross receipts of £2,339,136, compared with £1,916,829 for October of last year. The increase is thus £472,337. The ...

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  66. STRUCK A PIER,

    The steamer City of Muskegon in entering 'the harbour struck the pier and sank in four minutes. Three passengers and seven members of the crew were drowned. ...

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  67. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Treasury returns for October show a revenue of £381,639, aud expenditure of £492,841. The delieit is £111,202, increasing the accumulated deneit: to £3,883,878. ...

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  69. BRITISH PRICE CONTROL.

    The Select Committee of the House of Commons on Profiteering has resumed its investigations, refilling to accept the Government's view that these will not serve ...

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