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  2. Advertising

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  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 238 words
  4. BARRIER UNION DISPUTES.

    In the Police Court to-day Jack Moysey, a member of the A.M.A. sued S. K. Kirkwood for an alleged assault at Umberumberka on November 10. Kirkwood is ...

    Article : 151 words
  5. THE MOREA.

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  6. LUXURIOUS LONDONERS.

    West—End shopkeepers assert that there will be a record Christmas shopping. The great stores are already crowded as they Generally ere in the month of December. Such prices ...

    Article : 113 words
  7. HOME AGAIN.

    With 85 men of all ranks for (South Australia on board, the troopship Pakeha arrived at the Outer Harbour shortly before 5 o'clock on Friday afternoon. The passengers and ...

    Article : 415 words
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  9. WHEAT ALLOTMENTS.

    After the meeting of the Australian Wheat Board Conference to-day the following statement was made by the President (Mr. Russell). The main business transacted was ...

    Article : 429 words
  10. A NATION OF CIVIL SERVANTS.

    Sir Auckland Geddes, addressing the Industrial League, said the country was employing 300,000 more men and women than before the war. It was estimated that it would ...

    Article : 104 words
  11. POSTPONEMENT OF PLAINT PROBABLE.

    Representatives of the Engine Drivers, Firemen, Engineers, and Carpenters, expressed strong opposition to a suggestion made by Mr. Justice Higgins in the ...

    Article : 300 words
  12. SHIPPING.

    Semaphore Tides.—Saturday, November 22.—Low water, 10 a.m.; high water, 4 p.m. Sunday, November 23.—Low water, 10.10 a.m.; high water, 4.10 p.m. ...

    Article : 779 words
  13. RIOTS IN CAIRO.

    A mob demonstrated on Sunday and shots were fired before the streets were cleared. The mob at night attacked two police stations, and set one on fire. They roughly handled the police. ...

    Article : 63 words
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  15. SPORTING CABLES.

    The Lawn Tennis Association, replying to a cable message from Australia whether the English team will be available for touring matches, stated that A. E. ...

    Article : 50 words
  16. SOLDIERS' DEPENDANTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 410 words
  17. WATERSIDE WORKERS' TROUBLE.

    The steamer Plauen is continuing to take in wheat. Four gangs are employed. Men engaged by the stevedores are working at the wheat yards, together with a ...

    Article : 70 words
  18. A WOMAN MURDERED.

    A mysterious murder is engaging the attention of the Sydney police. Last evening it was reported that Mario[?]e Meagher (22), wife of John [?]eagher (34), ...

    Article : 180 words
  19. WELLS DEFEATED TOWNLEY.

    Bombardier Wells met Townley in the Holborn Stadium to-night, Townley's seconds shied in the towel in the ninth round. ...

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  20. CANADIAN GAUNTLET FOR FELTON

    Durnan, the, Canadian sculler, has challenged Felton to row at Toronto, in July. ...

    Article : 24 words
  21. WALLAROO MEN TO CONTINUE.

    A stop work meeting of waterside workers was hold in the Town Hall this afternoon. One hundred men attended. Matters relating to wages were discussed, and it is reported that a decision was arrived at to continue at work. ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. AUSTRALIAN" CRICKETERS AT CAPETOWN.

    The Prime Minister (Gen. Smuts), yesterday received the Australian cricketers and had a cordial chat with them in his office. The cricketers were extremely ...

    Article : 42 words
  23. ATTITUDE OF WHEAT BOARD.

    The Chairman of the Wheat Board (Mr. G. J. Smith), referring on Friday to a suggestion made in Parliament that the State Board were not prepared to pay for work ...

    Article : 119 words
  24. GENERAL CABLES.

    A Bolshevik wireless message claims the capture of Kursk. It states that a month's captures against Koltchak include 10 generals, 1,000 officers, 27,000 men, and 30 guns. ...

    Article : 36 words
  25. INTERSTATE TENNIS.

    The first post—war tournament organized by the Lawn Tennis Association of Victoria was begun on the Albert. Ground, St. Kilda road, to-day. Contests between ...

    Article : 110 words
  26. WHEAT SCHEME OFFICERS.

    Examined before the Wheat Commission to-day, the Minister for Agriculture Mr. Graham) was questioned regarding the appointment of his brother and son to the ...

    Article : 209 words
  27. BELA KUN RETURNING.

    The Hungarian authorities have ordered the frontier officials to arrest Bela Kun, who is reported to be returning by the help of a foreign State. ...

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  28. "SCRAP OF PAPER" ENFORCED,

    Judgment was delivered in the High Court to-day on the case of the Waterside Workers' Federation of Australia versus Stewart and another. This was an appeal by the union against a ...

    Article : 253 words
  29. NEW INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE.

    President Wilson, has decided to call a now industrial conference on December 1. in view of the failure of the first congress to reach any agreement on collective ...

    Article : 36 words
  30. BRITISH FOOD.

    In the Commons to-day Mr. G. H. Roberts (Food Controller) staled that the Government was losing 10½d. a 1b. upon home produced cheese, but the loss was met ...

    Article : 152 words
  31. CRICKET.

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  32. GENERAL ITEMS.

    A General meeting of members of the above club was held at the R.S.A. Rooms, Australia Gardens. Lieut-Col. C. P. Butler, D.S.O., presided. It was decided, now that all the members of the battalion have ...

    Article : 159 words
  33. SECRET COMMISSIONS.

    Following the decision of the Premiers Conference that all the States should have uniform legislation for the prevention of Che paying or receiving of secret ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. LOCKED OUT!

    LOUISVILLE (Kentucky), November 20. Fritz Kreisler, the famous Austrian violinist, has been refused permission to appear at the Opera House because of his Austrian ...

    Article : 278 words
  35. WEALTHY WORKING MINERS.

    The South Wales ^Miners Federation has decided to take a ballot on the question of a strike to resist the imposition of a tax on incomes under £250 minimum. ...

    Article : 59 words
  36. ASHES OF MILITARISM.

    A renewal of the militarist demonstration on Monday in expectation of the arrival of Geu. Hindenburg, resulted in disputes between the Nationalists and independent. ...

    Article : 132 words
  37. STRIKE EPIDEMIC.

    The threatened strike of musicians will come into operation to-morrow, but the proprietors of theatrical picture shown state that they will be able to fill the ...

    Article : 43 words
  38. 32nd BATTALION CLUB SOCIAL.

    A reunion smoke social of 32nd Battalion (A.I.F.) Club was given at the Selborne Hotel, Adelaide on Tuesday evening. on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of the battalion's ...

    Article : 130 words
  39. WITHDRAWAL FROM BALTIC.

    It has been officially announced that the British ships will withdraw from the Baltic two weeks hence. They have been acting as police in preventing ...

    Article : 56 words
  40. APPLE SHIPMENTS.

    In regard to the Shipment of apples from Australia, Sir Henry Jones has explained, that has statement to the fruitgrowers on Tuesday, was that applications had been made to the British Government to supply ...

    Article : 67 words
  41. CAPTURED AGAIN.

    The American Department of State has demanded the release of Consular—Officer Jenkins, who has been arrested again by the Mexicans at Pueblo. The United States ...

    Article : 44 words
  42. ABORTIVE COASTAL TROUBLE.

    The strike declared by the Sydney branch of the Seamen's Union has so far had no effect on the coastal traffic, and at a meeting of the Coastal Steamship Owners' Association ...

    Article : 61 words
  43. LATE SPORTING.

    The latest scratchings for the Epsom Meeting to-morrow are:—Two-year-old Handicap—Bonnie Star. Brush Steeple—chase—Royal Letters and Personality. ...

    Article : 43 words
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  45. CASUALTIES.

    F.C. Rowett reported to tie City Watchhouse authorities that at 2.45 p.m. on Thursday Norman Walton, a schoolboy, told him that he had seen the body of a ...

    Article : 114 words
  46. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HARVEST.

    An official forecast of the Western Aus Australian harvest is:—Wheat, 11,903,150 bushels, an increase over last harvest of 3,470,271 bushels, ...

    Article : 42 words
  47. RAILWAYS A BACK—NUMBER.

    The Berlin correspondent of The Daily Chronicle states that the whole transit system of Germany is chaotic and out of date. Trans—European trains no longer traverse Germany, ...

    Article : 138 words
  48. JAPANESE COTTONS DEAR.

    The Government has prohibited the export of cotton goods with a view to checking the soaring of prices which are now 360 per cent, above values before the war. ...

    Article : 38 words
  49. CARNIVAL TROT AT JUBILEE OVAL.

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  50. NO FRESH MEAT AT AUCKLAND.

    The latest development of the Auckland butchers' strike is that the carters refuse to carry meat from the city on board shipping, or from the railway to the city. The public are taking kindly ...

    Article : 52 words
  51. CYCLING.

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  53. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day the Premier explained that a Bill which had been introduced to reduce the sinking fund on the £2,500,000 loan for the ...

    Article : 210 words
  54. MARINE ENGINEER FATALLY INJURED.

    BRISBANE, November 21. — The steamer Flinders returned to port late on Thursday night to land the second engineer (Mr. Victor Helsden), who had ...

    Article : 40 words
  55. ITALIAN ELECTIONS.

    It is believed thai the Socialists in the Italian elections have secured only about 100 seats out of 525. Supplementary elections in Trieste and the Trentino ...

    Article : 47 words
  56. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Gen. Hertzog visited the town to-day accompanied by a procession of about 1,000 Nationalist burghers. A great crowd withered outside the town hall, and angry feeling was manifested. ...

    Article : 130 words
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  58. TREATMENT OF EXPORT MEAT.

    In accordance with the final decision of the Imperial Government, the Victorian Cabinet has instructed all, exporters that there must be a cessation of the system ...

    Article : 59 words
  59. VICTORIAN LIQUOR LICENCES REDUCTIONS.

    Under the Victorian system of reduction of licences there had been closed up to July of this year 1,282 hotels, while 42 licences had lapsed. In 1906, there were ...

    Article : 89 words
  60. GOAL FOR PORT PIRIE.

    The steamer Yarra, with 3,500 tons of coal, is reported io be on the way from Newcastle, and is expected to arrive here on Tuesday or Wednesday next. The vessel ...

    Article : 57 words
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