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  2. LABOUR AND THE PEACE.

    Labour delegates at the International Conference at Washington, which is being held under the Labour section of the Peace Treaty, decided to-day to make an ...

    Article : 116 words
  3. INTERVENTION BY FINLAND.

    The War Office reports that Gen. Yude-nitch has recaptured Ropache, thus re-establishing connection between the Esthonian right and the Russian left. The ...

    Article : 160 words
  4. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 188 words
  5. THE PEACE TREATY.

    The Paris correspondent of The New York Times says:—It is understood that the Interallied Supreme Council, after an all-day sitting, decided this evening that ...

    Article : 75 words
  6. RYAN-MANNIX "PARTNERSHIP" CONDEMNED.

    Addressing a meeting of Labour supporters at South Fremantle last night, Sir. Clementson (the selected Labour candidate for Fremantle for the House of ...

    Article : 2,296 words
  7. PARLIAMENT AT WORK.

    The first 20 minutes of the sitting of the Legislative Council on Tuesday was occupied by the Hon. J. H. Cooke in a presenting a petition and introducing a ...

    Article : 419 words
  8. REQUESTS TO GERMANY.

    The Supreme Council, in a Note to Germany, has requested her to send delegates to Paris to settle details in connection with putting the Peace Treaty in operation ...

    Article : 88 words
  9. STRANDED PASSENGERS.

    A representative public meeting of citizens and stranded passengers from the Great Western express was held at the town hall last night. The Mayor (Mr. ...

    Article : 233 words
  10. NOT A HAPPY FAMILY.

    The International Labour Conference has admitted South African, Japanese, and French delegates, despite protests. ...

    Article : 21 words
  11. WOMEN DEMAND ADMITTANCE.

    The International Women's Labour Conference has adopted the principle or an eight hours day. It has demanded that women delegates shall he admitted to the ...

    Article : 45 words
  12. UKRAINE ARMY AND GERMANS.

    A wireless message from. Gen. Denikin states that Gen. Petlura's newspaper admits; the difficulty of obtaining; officers for the Ukrainian anti-Bolshevik Army ...

    Article : 46 words
  13. WAR RESPONSIBILITY.

    Before the German committee enquiring into the responsibility for the war, Dr. ron Bethmann Hollweg (who was German Imperial Chancellor) blamed the Military ...

    Article : 118 words
  14. WAR SECRETARY'S STATEMENT.

    The Secretary for War (Mr. Churchill) stated that, owing to the reduced strength of the armies of occupation, the indebtedness of Germany to Great Britain had been ...

    Article : 534 words
  15. HORRIBLE ATROCITIES ALLEGED.

    A wireless message from Gen. Denikin states that Bolshevik committees at Voronezh were responsible for terrible atrocities. The eyes of some victims were ...

    Article : 83 words
  16. FIUME-KEEN ITALIAN FEELING.

    News from Italy suggests that the feeling over Fiume is keen, and is likely to lead to revolutionary disturbances, owing to the inability of the Government to find ...

    Article : 42 words
  17. HOME AGAIN

    The Orient liner Osterley did not arrive at the Harbour until 6.45 p.m. on Tuesday. The military and others saw to it that the received the same ...

    Article : 225 words
  18. IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    Every politician has a grievance, it is generally a district grievance, and Parliament provides a special occasion for him to discuss the gloriously indefinite topic of ...

    Article : 1,381 words
  19. SHAH OF PERSIA.

    Despite the inclement weather the Shah of Persia, accompanied by Prince Albert, had an enthusiastic reception in the streets of the city. He was attended by a ...

    Article : 89 words
  20. WILL THE COMMONWEALTH PAY?

    In the Assembly to-day Mr. Duff gave notice that he would ask the Minister of Railways to recommended the Commonwealth railway authorities to pay all railway ...

    Article : 51 words
  21. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir—What a satire, the way the Federal Government is helping to "build "up a nation." The cry of all nations during the war has been. "Build up the nation." ...

    Article : 1,218 words
  22. CASUALTIES.

    SCOTT'S CREEK, November 3.—A strange and tragic accident happened on Saturday afternoon, and resulted in the death of Mr. Rule Griddon, eldest son of ...

    Article : 198 words
  23. TROOPSHIP TROUBLE.

    Mr. Potter (general manager of the Shaw Saville and Albion Line) states that the Australian Government authorities were responsible for the plan and style of the ...

    Article : 69 words
  24. THE DERATE.

    Mr. Clynes (Labour, Manchester), in moving an amendment declaring that the present rational war expenditure was unjustifiable, urging drastic economy ...

    Article : 166 words
  25. ON THE BENALLA.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 270 words
  26. AMERICAN COAL STRIKE.

    An extraordinary session of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labour has authorized its executive council to declare a strike throughout the State aa a protest against ...

    Article : 57 words
  27. THE DARWIN REVOLT.

    Mr. Justice Ewing, who has been appointed as a royal commissioner to enquire into the recent Darwin trouble, discussing the scope of tho commission to-day, said ...

    Article : 248 words
  28. FELL FROM A TRAM.

    On Tuesday, at about 9 o'clock, Mrs. Caroline E. Wood (67) slipped while attempting to alight from a Keswick train in motion in Grenfell street. She was ...

    Article : 51 words
  29. PRIME MINISTER'S REPLY.

    The Minister (Mr. Lloyd George), in repaying, expressed the opinion that the Chancellor of the Exchequer had knocked the bottom out of the case of his critics. ...

    Article : 752 words
  30. BRISBANE SOLDIERS.

    A largely attended mooting of returned soldiers, including a number of members of the Labour League, held in Albert square to-night, carried a resolution that the ...

    Article : 146 words
  31. BARRIER STRIKE.

    Strike matters gave promise of coming to a head to-day, when the A.M.A. held a special meeting to consider the position. There was much talk, but nothing of value ...

    Article : 269 words
  32. FORD ON FIRE.

    BURRA, November 4.—On Saturday afternoon Dr. Steele had an unenviable experience while returning to Burra from Farrell's Flat, in a two-seater Ford ...

    Article : 194 words
  33. Anzac Buffet and Cheer-up Hut

    Travelling home to "New South Wales by the R.M.S. Osterley is Mrs. A. N. Rattigan, of Che Anzac Buffet. Mrs. Rattigan, who was delighted with the Cheor-up Hut ...

    Article : 465 words
  34. 'THE VERY IDEA!'

    The Maintenance of Children Bill, which will apply the new living wage of £3 17/ a week, as proposed by the Government, is still being debated in the Legislative ...

    Article : 323 words
  35. FELL INTO THE SEA.

    PORT LINCOLN, October 28.—A sailor Louis Matelot, of the French wheat ship Joinville, which is loading at Kirton Point, died on Friday night. He fell into the ...

    Article : 50 words
  36. DEPORTED OFFICIALS ANXIOUS TO REACH MELBOURNE.

    The steamer Bambra arrived at Geraldton yesterday with the deported Northern Territory officials on board. Mr. Carey refused to make any statement regarding ...

    Article : 87 words
  37. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    KADINA, November 4.—At the Devon plant. Wallaroo Mince, at 4 o'clock on Monday, Robert Roach Pryor was working in a truck when he suddenly collapsed ...

    Article : 90 words
  38. NO STATEMENTS.

    Mr. Carey, Mr. Justice Bevan, and Mr. Evans arrived from Darwin on the Bambra this evening. Questioned by press representatives, they refused to make any ...

    Article : 43 words
  39. KICKED BY A HORSE.

    HARTLEY BRIDGE, November 3.—On Saturday a serious accident 'befel Mr. Charles Colo, an elderly man casually employed at Black & Co.'s flourmill. In ...

    Article : 117 words
  40. THE DANGER OF BEING DEAF

    PORT PIRIE, November 4.—A man named Smith, who in employed by the Wheat Harvest Board, had a narrow escape from losing his life this evening ...

    Article : 121 words
  41. THE LEADER'S ADDRESS.

    The Leader of the House (Mr. Bonar Law), in winding up the debate, referred to the amount due from Germany for the up keep of the array of occupation. He said ...

    Article : 243 words
  42. WHEAT AND WATER.

    The enquiry by the Royal Commission into the operations of the State Wheat Office was continued to-day. Henry Herbert Watson (milway ...

    Article : 493 words
  43. PRICES AND WAGES.

    At the opening of the National Conference of employers and employed, the South African Minister for Industries said the country was Retting further involved ...

    Article : 129 words
  44. A ROBERTSTOWN MISHAP.

    BURRA, November 4.—Mr. Frank Pizzo, who sustained serious injuries as the result of being kicked by a horse at Robertstown on Sunday evening, of last week, is still ...

    Article : 56 words
  45. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    The Australian cricket team in its second innings scored 311, to which Taylor contributed 81 and Docker 45 ...

    Article : 24 words
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