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  2. I.W.W.

    At Centralia, State of Washington, a crowd, incensed at the fact that four soldiers had died from wounds caused by revolver shots fired from the local head ...

    Article : 67 words
  3. THE WAR GRATUITY.

    The Federal President of the Retrained Bailors and Soldiers' Imperial League (Capt. Dyett) to-day made the following statement, by way of reply to the ...

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  4. GERMANY'S UNDER SEA WAR.

    Admiral von Capelle, before the Committee, which is investigating the causes of the war, in defending himself against the accusation that he did not ...

    Article : 83 words
  5. WAZIRISTAN CAMPAIGN.

    The first disaster to our troops in the Waziristan campaign occurred on Tuesday, A picket taking up a position two miles south of Miranshah was cleverly ambushed ...

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  6. WHAT STRIKES MEAN.

    A report of the Employers Federation of New South Wales, submitted at the annual meeting of that body to-day, set but that during the six years from 1913 to ...

    Article : 117 words
  7. THE MAN ON THE LAND.

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  8. PARLIAMENT AT WORK.

    The Legislative Council on Thursday dealt with the report of the conference between its representatives and these of the Assembly, on the amendments by the ...

    Article : 326 words
  9. GERMAN PRISONERS.

    The German Government has sent & Note to France protesting against the delay in repatriating 400,000 German prisoners of war. The Note states that, the ...

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  10. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 185 words
  11. MACKENSEN ALLOWED TO GO HOME.

    The Inter-Allied Supreme Council has given permission for Gen. yon Mackensen to leave Salonika and go to Germany in view of his age and ill health. ...

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  12. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir—Couched in the verms that it is, the letter from "H. E. Tucker" calla for the reply sought. The main point raised is that of whether an original "digger" should ...

    Article : 454 words
  13. FACTORILES LAWS.

    The Timoer wooers' Union, at a meeting on Wednesday assistance of the Irades a [?] in securing a drastic alteration of the factories ...

    Article : 137 words
  14. SYNDICALISM RAMPANT.

    Mr. Johnson, a Congressicoal representative of Centralia, said the I.W.W. outrage was obviously an attempt at an industrial revolution. Syndicalism and ...

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  15. ANTI-PROHIBITION.

    The case against prohibition of the liquor traffic was vigorously presented at the Adelaide Town Hall on Thursday evening by Capt. George Burkett, at a meet ...

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  16. EVASIVE ROUMANIA.

    The Roumanian Note regarding the evacuation of Hungary is stated to be evasrve. ...

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  17. AN ALDERMAN AND ABATTOIRS.

    At a meeting of the Port Adelaide Council on Thursday night, Aid. Anderson advised having tendered his resignation as the city's representative on the Abattoirs' ...

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  18. CASUALTIES.

    F.U. Moore, of Payaeham, reported to the City Watchouse author that at .1.8 p.m. on Wednesday a motor cycle, Idden by Mr. J. Mines, of Campbelitown, ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. I.W.W. ROOMS RAIDED.

    OAKLAND (California), November 12. Soldiers raided the I.W.W. headquarters, wrecked the building, and burned the contents. ...

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  20. THE MIXERS' STRIKE.

    Martial law has been declared in North Dakota m order to break the miners strike, which is causing a coal famine. ...

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  21. FACTORIES.

    The Chief Inspector of Factories, in his report to the yew 1918, says there were then 1,814 fuctories registered, in which lo,566 persons (including working Propestors) were employes, the numbers ...

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  22. RADICALS AND I.W.W.

    The round up of radicals (Boisnevisis) and members of the I.W.W., has been resumed throughout the American Union. Scores of arrests have been made in the ...

    Article : 67 words
  23. GUNSHOT WOUNDS IN THE FACE.

    It was reported to the City Watchhouse authorities on Thursday by Dr. Grant, of the Adelaide Hospital, that he had at 2 p.m. that day admitted to the institution ...

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  24. SKIPPING.

    Semaphore Tides.—Friday, November 11-High water, 6.2O a.m.; low water, 12.20 p.m. ARRIVED.—November 13. Kooyong, 1,303, J. Kidd, Newcastle. ...

    Article : 701 words
  25. IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    In the variety of its moods the Assembly excelled itself yesterday. It was wetdry. and effervescent. For "the better part of the afternoon members, to use Mr. ...

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  26. AIR MINISTER RESIGNED.

    The Under Secretary for Air (MajorGen J. E. B. Seely. C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.) has resigned from the Government The reason [?] in that the does not agree with ...

    Article : 56 words
  27. THROWN FROM A MOTOR CYCLE.

    SOUTH EASTERN BORDER, November 10:-Lieut. Ernest J. Berryman, who recently returned From active service in Palestine, succumbed to injuries received ...

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  28. ELDERLY MAN INJURED.

    KAPUNDA. November 13.—A serious accident happened to Mr. C. Noonan, an elderly man of this town, yesterday afternoon. He was unharnessing a horse, ...

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  29. COALMINING.

    Reterring to the Royal Commissioner's report on the coalmining industry, Mr. A. C. Willis (secretary to the Austrahsian Coal and Shale Employes' Federation) ...

    Article : 272 words
  30. THE ANGEL OF PEACE.

    Gen. Seely (said Mr. A.M. Drusuare in a recent article in The Daily Chronicle) not only, when War Minister in 1912-14, Dr-anized the Royal Flying Corps, which, ...

    Article : 660 words
  31. CROWDED LODGINGS.

    During the discussion on the Health Bill in the Legislative Assembly to-night, in regard to the clause in which the Govemor-in-Counril is empowered to make ...

    Article : 285 words
  32. LOCAL REPATRIATION EXPENSES.

    The Minister for Repatriation (Mr. Millen) to-day said he had approved of the refund of amounts expended by metropolitan local committees on administrative ...

    Article : 68 words
  33. BOULDER TROUBLE.

    The following report was issued to-day by the A.W.U. Defence Committee:—"The committee cay throughout the day at Boulder information was received that ...

    Article : 244 words
  34. SOLDIERS' DEPENDANTS.

    Following is a list of names of soldiers dependants on board the Orantes, which le. the United Kingdom on October 25 for South Australia:- ...

    Article : 274 words
  35. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    From "FAIRPLAY."—In the matter of the Irrigation and Reclaimed Lands Bill, and clause 4 giving the Minister a consenting power before the actual granting of any hotel licences within an ...

    Article : 516 words
  36. TROOPSHIP'S "CLEAN-UP."

    According to Victorian and Tasmanian soldiers who reached Melbourne on Wednesday by the troopship Port Sydney, the voyage from England was marked by some ...

    Article : 244 words
  37. RAIN ADVICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  38. FALLS IN BARRIER DISTRICT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 28 words
  39. A CABINET CRISIS.

    The fate of the State Government hung in the balance to-day, and for some minutes Ministers experienced an anxiety which they were unable to conceal. The Premier ...

    Article : 303 words
  40. A COURT SEQUEL.

    At the Kalgoordie Police Court to-day, William Davis and Ernest Frederick Brown were remanded to Perth on charges of having; participated in an unlawful ...

    Article : 37 words
  41. COMPLAINTS IN PARLIAMENT.

    Discussing the police vote in the Estimates. Labour members in the Legislative Assembly to-day made an angry complaint that rifles and cartridges had been sent to ...

    Article : 146 words
  42. DOUGLAS-PENNANT CASE.

    The Chairman (Lord Wrenbury) of the committee of enquiry into tine charges connected with the dismissal of Miss Violet Douglas Pennant from the position of ...

    Article : 76 words
  43. LATE SPORTING.

    Seratchings recordea to-day:—Denmgo Cup—Amanus. Calais, Colonel Chutney, Battleplane. Glad Eye, Wintered, Clever him. De Gama, Uska, Demonte. ...

    Article : 77 words
  44. Advertising

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  45. WAR LEAVE PAYMENTS AND DECEASED SOLDIERS.

    The Minister for Defence has announced that application forms for the war leave payment approved for payment to certain beneficiaries in the estates of deceased ...

    Article : 108 words
  46. A VICTORIAN BY-ELECTION.

    At a by-election to-day for the Albert Park seat in the Victorian Legislative Assembly, Mr. A. K. Wallace (Labour) beat Mr. W. A. Cull (Nationalist) by 733 ...

    Article : 65 words
  47. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    An unemployed demonstration was held outside the Labour Bureau this morning. One speaker said they were going to adopt institutional methods to get work, and if ...

    Article : 250 words
  48. SEVEN YEARS' SENTENCES.

    At the Rockhampton Supreme Court yesterday, Eugene Onions and James Thompson, who were found guilty of having inflicted grievous bodily harm on ...

    Article : 44 words
  49. BAIL FOR ARRESTED MEN.

    The question of allowing bail to the 12 men arrested at KalgoorHe and brought to Perth on charges in connection with the recent miners' riots, will be decided ...

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  50. ALLEGED TAXATION FRAUDS.

    In the Police Court" to-day the hearing was continued of the charge against T. A. Field, grazier, principal of the urm of T. A. Field, carcase and retail butcher," of ...

    Article : 198 words
  51. LATE COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 60 words
  52. THE ABATTOIRS STRIKE.

    From A. BEVISS Stra [?] :—Mr. Barwell's reception and reply to the strike representatives as a visible taken of what a strong and firm man can do when he is in the right. The ...

    Article : 130 words
  53. Advertising

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  54. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    The Legislative Assembly on Thursday night agreed to the second reading of the Sydney University Building Bill, which makes provision for the payment out of a ...

    Article : 58 words
  55. FREELMASONRY.

    KAPUNDA, November 13.—The installation of Bros. A. S. Lewis as Worshipful Master of Kapunda Mark Lorde, No. 16,'S.A.C., took place at the Masonic Hall, Kapunda, last evening, in the ...

    Article : 236 words
  56. INSANITY AND DIVORCE.

    The Legislative Assemory agreed to the inclusion of the new clause added by the Legislative Council to the Divorce Bill,. which makes insanity a ground for the ...

    Article : 41 words
  57. BARRIER NEWS.

    Light rain fell over the West Darling district last night. The records received are:—Broken Hill 0.30; Cockburn, 0.18; Me nindle, 0.28; Taroona, 0.42; Wilcannia ...

    Article : 70 words
  58. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 171 words
  59. [?] CHEMISTS."

    From "CHEMIST':—Cabled news from in The Register informs us that the London Chief Justice refused to grant a writ of. prohibition to discontinue proceedings under the ...

    Article : 96 words
  60. HOTEL STAFFS DISPUTE.

    The settlement of the dispute between tie Caterers' Association and the Federated Hotel, Restaurant. Club, and Caterers' Union, seems likely. The ...

    Article : 57 words
  61. WAR CHEST SURPLUS.

    The Legislative Council to-day agreed to the second reading of a Bill to permit the trustees of the War Chest Fund to utilize £50.000 of the fund which has not been ...

    Article : 52 words
  62. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "Fedora."—The Acting Deputy Commissioner of Federal Taxation advices that, irrespective of the future or area of lard held by any person the Federal Income Tax Act requires the lodgment of ...

    Article : 82 words
  63. PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERS' SALARIES.

    The Presbyterian' Assembly to-day' adopted the report of its sustentation committee that the minimum salary to be paid to any Minister be £250 a year, with a ...

    Article : 35 words
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