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  2. Advertising

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  3. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    From the Hon. F. S. WALIS, M.L.C., Parliament House:— Once again Labour candidates are viciting the confidence of the electors on the and legitinate pre-election pledge, while at ...

    Article : 729 words
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  5. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Nominations for the Federal elections on December 13 closed at noon on Friday those for the Senate in South Australia with the Commonwealth Electoral Officer ...

    Article : 458 words
  6. THE DARWIN EXPULSION.

    Mr. Justice Ewing, as Royal Commissioner, opened in the First Civil Court to-day his enquiry into affairs at Darwin. After preliminary proceedings the enquire ...

    Article : 1,224 words
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  8. BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION.

    The patrol leaders of the First Gilberton Troop have accepted the challenge issued by the First Adelaide Troop for cycle road race to Victor ...

    Article : 494 words
  9. ROLLS UP TO DATE.

    The rolls for South Australia are up to date. At present the supplementary lists are being dealt with by the printer. The rolls for this State and for the Barrier ...

    Article : 50 words
  10. MR. HUGHES AT GEELONG.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) spoke at Geelong to-night to a crowded audience. His sympathizers were in the great majority. Mr. Hughes said he was hated ...

    Article : 221 words
  11. THE COUNTRY.

    BARAMBBA, November 11. — A hearty welcome was given to Pte. Hugh Roberts, the third soldier ion of Mr. and dire. W. Roberts to return from the front—the fourth son having made the supreme ...

    Article : 724 words
  12. SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINAGE AND RAILWAYS.

    From W. H. STRAWBRIDGE, Narracootte:— Recently a member of Parliament stated that a large amount of money had been spent in the south-east on drainage, but there was not much ...

    Article : 383 words
  13. THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.

    The New South Wales Labour Council has advised the unions throughout the State to vote against the proposed amendments to the Federal Constitution, on the ...

    Article : 53 words
  14. BARRIER NATIONALISTS POSITION.

    At a meeting of the Trades and Labour Council last night, the following motion was carried:— "That this meeting of the council stands adjourned for a fortnight ...

    Article : 80 words
  15. A BARRIER CANDIDATE.

    Mr. Arthur Anson Lawrence, a returned soldier, and one of the candidates for the Harrier seat in the House of Representatives opened his campaign in the Broken ...

    Article : 52 words
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  19. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "Give Us Facts," and other correspondents.— It is only fair to apply to the speaker on one side the since rule which was applied to the speaker on the other; and, as no new fact or ...

    Article : 3,142 words
  20. INDEX TO ADVERTIESMENTS.

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  21. SAWMILL DESTROYED.

    A fire at Eagle Junction to-night resulted n the destruction of a large sawm[?]li and number stacks, the property of Messrs. Hancock & Gore. The total damage is ...

    Article : 133 words
  22. A CITIZENS' REVOLT.

    Although there is plenty of unemployment in the town, notices were put up to the effect that six men were wanted at the mill. No men offered for ...

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  23. GREAT WESTERN STRIKE.

    There were no fresh developments to-day in connection with the industrial trouble on the mines. A train arrived rom Port Augusta last night bringing in ...

    Article : 229 words
  24. HIGHER WAGES WANTED.

    Members of the Sydney branch of the Goasta: Seamen's Union have called a stop-work meeting for Monday afternoon m the question of rates for handling cargo ...

    Article : 84 words
  25. SCENES AT WALL STREET.

    The New York Stock Exchange was the scene of a remarkable fall in prices to-day and "at call" money reached 30 per cent after having opened at 14 per cent. At ...

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  26. General Items.

    On Tuesday the members of the Mitcham Methologist Church, held a reunion benquet to welcome nome returned soldiers. The Chairman was the Rev. A. T. Strange, and Mr. N. Mellor was bon ...

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  27. CO-OPERATIVE CONTROL OF WHARF LABOUR.

    A ballot of waterside workers unions throughout New Zealand has carried by a substantial majority two proposals for tho co-operative control of waterfront labour ...

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  29. A CURIOUS PRETEXT.

    The electric tramway service between North Melbourne and Essendon was idle to-day as the result of a strike of 60 drivers and conductors. The union official ...

    Article : 132 words
  30. GLASSFOUNDERS TO CEASE WORK

    Members of the Sydney branch of the Glassiounders' Union have given a fort night's notice to cease work. They work under a Federal award, and the rate of ...

    Article : 75 words
  31. CHILDREN'S MAINTENANCE BILL.

    The select committee of the Legislative Council, to whom the Children's Maintenance Bill was referred, took evidence to-day. Ernest Johns Payne, Under ...

    Article : 51 words
  32. LIQUOR TRADES REQUEST.

    The Liquor Trades Union, Sydney branch has decided to ask for 17/ a week increase on the rates now paid, and a mars meeting of members to decide what action ...

    Article : 55 words
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  34. ON THE PORT SYDNEY.

    Commenting on statements by returned Victorian and Tasmanian soldiers about in attempted mutiny by certain men on board the troopship Port Sydney, a ...

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  35. DISCONTENT AT ABATTOIRS.

    Meat loaders at tie Homebush Abattoirs have demanded from the Metropolitan Meat Industry Board an increase of pay from £4 a week to £5 17/6. ...

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  36. WATER IN THE HOLD.

    The American cargo steamer Bellbuckle which is discharging New York cargo at Wellington, was found to have about 8 ft. of water in No. 2 hold. A quantity of cargo ...

    Article : 90 words
  37. GOING UP RAPIDLY.

    Owing to a strike of 800 members of the Wool and Basil Workers' Union to-day, a number of fellmongery and woolscouring businesses around Melbourne ...

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  38. LIEUT PICKLES'S ILL FORTUNE.

    The hailstorm which swept over Bathurst on Thursday night, extinguished Lieut. Pickles's hopes of continuing bis journey across the mountains on his return from ...

    Article : 74 words
  39. REDUCED HOURS AGITATION.

    In reply to the Trades Hall Council request, the State Cabinet decided to-day to inform the council that in view of the Trades Hall's recent rejection of the ...

    Article : 75 words
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