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  2. TRAGEDY AT ISLINGTON.

    Clad only in a nightdress, the body of Mrs. Emma Jane Pickering (55). wife of William Pickering, engine driver, of Alexandra street, Prospect, was found terribly ...

    Article : 158 words
  3. THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN.

    At a meeting of the executive committee of the Liberal Union on Wednesday afternoon, the following resolution was carried:—"That the Liberal Union opposes the ...

    Article : 65 words
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  5. DISCONTENTED CIVIL SERVANTS.

    An efFort by the Leader of the Opposition to allow the civil servant to appear at tie bar of the House to state their case for increased salaries was defeated in the ...

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  6. THE BARDANELLES COMMISSION.

    Following is a digest of the report of the' royal commission which enquired who the conduct of the British campaign on the Gallipoli Peninsula:— ...

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  7. THE PEACE TREATY

    Bulgaria has signed the Peace Treaty with the allied Powers. ...

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  8. "CAPT. DE MOWBRAY."

    The arrest at Mount Lofty on Monday of a young man who is described as William Mowbray, alias William Stradbroke de Mowbray, has led to some interesting ...

    Article : 499 words
  9. THE BACK OF BEYOND.

    To see Mr. J. Conrick comfortably seated in a big annchair, as I saw him on Wednesday afternoon, one never would imagine that he was the first white settler ...

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  10. PORT PIRIE STRIKE.

    Mr. Robinson informed the Assembly on Wednesday that a vessel, after having waited at Port Pirie for cargo for 10 days, had cleared out empty, and another boat ...

    Article : 593 words
  11. RUSSIA.

    The Entente nations are seeking to organize an offensive alliance of Finns, Poles, White Russians, Esthonian Lette, Lithuanians, and Ukrainian. ...

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  12. GO-SLOW SENATE.

    The Times correspondent at Washington reports that the League to Enforce Peace, with which ex-President [?] has made a statement urging the Senate to ...

    Article : 298 words
  13. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION.

    The Premier (Mr. Mitchell) made a statements in the Legislative Assembly to-night in respect to the State Government's attitude towards the Federal ...

    Article : 359 words
  14. "FIGHT TO THE DEATH."

    Gen. Yudenitch has evacuated Yamburg. He has informed his troops that they must light to the death, as the Estonians refuse to allow them to retreat through their ...

    Article : 41 words
  15. YUDENITCH'S WAY OUT.

    It is reported that Gun. Yudenitch has resigned to an Esthonian leader the command of his anti-Bolshevik army in North-western Russia, in order to prevent the ...

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  16. HIGH PRICES.

    The Prices Regulation Commission has forwarded the following report to His Excellency the Governor:—Potatoes.— ...

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  17. BERMONDT AND DENIKIN RETREATING.

    Riga reports state that Gen. Bermondt is preparing to evacuate Mitau, owing to the Letts having captured Ekau and threatening his communications. Report ...

    Article : 55 words
  18. TRADE BAIT TO AMERICA.

    The commercial attacire, Heller, of the self-styled Russian "Soviet Embassy," has announced that he has been negotiating with large packers and manufactures ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. VETO OR COMPROMISE?

    The Washington correspondent of The New York Times says:—The determination of President Wilson to reject the Peace Treaty if the United States Senate adopts ...

    Article : 160 words
  20. VLADIVOSTOK TROUBLES.

    The State Department has been advise that the revolutionary disturbances at Vladivostock were confined to Russians. ...

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  21. AUSTRALIA IN ENGLAND.

    In an interview on tie eve of his departure for Australia. Mr. Hurley, of Sydney, emphasized the great loss to Australian interests which occurred when Mr. Hughes ...

    Article : 197 words
  22. MR. HUGHES AND ARCHBISHOP MANNIX.

    Upon his arrival at Albury this afternoon the Prime Minister ('Mr. Hughes) was interviewed in regard to a statement made by Archbishop Mannix at Geeong ...

    Article : 309 words
  23. SYDNEY SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    The declaration of a strike toy the Sydney branch of the Seamen's Union up to' present has bad practically no effect in tieing up coastal steamship traffic. The ...

    Article : 209 words
  24. GREECE AND SMYRNA.

    The inter-allied Supreme Council at Paris has notified Greece that her occupation of Smyrna must be regarded as merely provisional. ...

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  25. BRITISH RAILWAYS.

    Addressing the railwaymen at Bristol, the secretary of their federation (Mr. J. H. Thomas, M.P.) disclosed the Government terms as a compromise with the ...

    Article : 249 words
  26. A MEETING REFUSED.

    The waterside porkers' officials have refused to meet in conference the visiting representatives of the employers of maritime our in South. Australia. The following ...

    Article : 162 words
  27. AMERICAN LABOUR QUESTIONS.

    The New York Times correspondent at Washington reports that the railroad administration of the United States has granted wage increases to the men ...

    Article : 36 words
  28. A PARALYSED PORT.

    It is rumoured that the reason of the refusal of Che waterside workers to meet the employers' representatives in conference was a direction received from the Federal ...

    Article : 189 words
  29. SOLDIERS AND POLITICS.

    The President (Mr. Pearce Douglas), the secretary (Sir. W. Fisher), and several other members of the "State executive of the Returned soldiers League ...

    Article : 180 words
  30. WOLFRAM MINING.

    Mr. P. Muir, of Melbourne, who has been in Broken Hill for a week representing companies owning wolfram claims a: Thompson's Slabs and Yanko Glen ...

    Article : 192 words
  31. A PAMPHLET OBJECTED TO.

    Mr. Ryan (director of 'dine election campaign for the Official Labour Party) has expressed objection to a pamphlet issued by Mr. R. Ainge Johnson on behalf of the ...

    Article : 161 words
  32. EFFECTS OF COAL STRIKE.

    Owing to the coal strike the industries are closing, and freight services have been curtailed. An embargo on railway freight is anticipated. In such event 15,000,000 ...

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  33. A MUSICIAN'S CLAIM.

    The claim by Edward Allen Bindley, of Jolimont terrace, Jolimont, professional musician, who was injured when the Bendego express ran off the line over an ...

    Article : 104 words
  34. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    Dr. Schomburgk (Director of the Botanic Garden) has received a handsome white kangaroo from Mr. Bowman, of Port "Wakefield. Three were caught, but one ...

    Article : 278 words
  35. WAR GRATUITY BONDS APPROVED OF.

    At a meeting of members of the Returned Soldiers League to-night a motion ""was carried that the soldiers' war gratuity should be payable with ...

    Article : 91 words
  36. UPPER MURRAY DAM.

    His Excellency the Governor-General (Sir Ronald -Munro Ferguson) "has been invited, to torn the first sod of the Upper Murray Dam at 3.30 p.m. on 'November ...

    Article : 81 words
  37. MR. HUGHES'S PROMISE.

    "If return" to [?] the Prime! Minister (Mr. Hughes), in the course of a, speech at Benalla to-day, "I will make a Jaw that Trill prevent any man from ...

    Article : 374 words
  38. VICTORIAN BY-ELECTIONS.

    Nominations closed to-day for the vacancy in the representation of the North-Western Province in the Legislative Council caused by the resignation of Mir. R. B. ...

    Article : 100 words
  39. PARLIAMENTARY DIARY.

    IS THE COUNCIL.—Report of conference on Succession Duties Bill, adopted. Conference held on imendments to Wild Dew Bill, and report udopted. Minister of Education moved second ...

    Article : 379 words
  40. NORTHERN TERRITORY POLICE.

    'All the members of the new police force for the Northern Territory—which has been given the official title of "The Northern thern Patrol"—have seen active service ...

    Article : 74 words
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