NEW YORK, Sun.—The "Times" Washington correspondent states that the American Federation of Labour has issued a manifesto condemning ...Article : 157 words
PARIS. Sun.—The "Revue Universelle" states that during October, 1918. when M. Poincare had to decide on the armistice agreement and what ...Article : 151 words
(We do not necessarily hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.) ...Article : 16 words
BRISBANE, Mon.—The old standing complaint of the Queensland Farmers' Union, that it is being pushed aside by the P.P.U., was voiced ...Article : 548 words
ALLAHABAD, Sat.—A general strike is threatened by railwaymen and telegraph workmen throughout India, to commence on Monday, if the ...Article : 147 words
A successful gathering was held in the Olympic Hall last night, when the members of the Rising Star Lodge, G.U.I.O.O.F. were honoured by a visit ...Article : 357 words
Metal Prices.—The recent heavy fall in the prices of lead, silver, copper, and other metals is causing anxiety to those engaged in the mining ...Article : 1,429 words
Sir,—In reply to "An Old Man" on the above subject, I would like to [?] that I agree with some of his remark A diligent study of the whole Bible [?] ...Article : 540 words
PARIS, Sat.—At a meeting of the Council of the League of Nations, the Swiss Minister in Paris (M. Dunant), defended Switzerland's action in ...Article : 109 words
ALLAHABAD, Sat.—His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught visited the Bombay races in State, and was accorded a great ovation. The ...Article : 126 words
SYDNEY, Mon.—The fifth test match was resumed at the Cricket Ground to-day in fine weather and before a good attendance. Rhodes ...Article : 675 words
SYDNEY, Mon.—The eighth series of post-war wool sales began to-day, when 4594 bales were catalogued, 2352 being sold at auction and 432 privately. ...Article : 576 words
BERLIN, Sun.—Herr Von Simons started for London amid shouts of "Stand Fast," which he himself echoed. ...Article : 38 words
The 19th annual meeting of the Ipswich and West Moreton Friendly Societies' Dispensary was held in the secretary's rooms, ...Article : 1,362 words
LONDON, Sun.—The police discovered Sinn Feiners in a field at Thurles. The police fired and several rebels were seen to fall. One was captured ...Article : 83 words
WASHINGTON. Sun.—Mr. J. Danlels has announced that the board's inquiry has determined that Terhune, Governor of American Samoa, was ...Article : 60 words
NEW YORK, Sun.—A report from Tokio states that it is understood that Japan has suggested that the United States should lay a cable direct ...Article : 258 words
Sir,—With your usual leniency kindly permit me to write a few words in justice to Mr. Harlow, In your issue of 22/2/21 he states, ...Article : 198 words
NEW YORK, Sun.—It is reported that between 30 and 40 people were killed and scores were injured by the wreck of two passenger trains near ...Article : 33 words
LONDON, Mon.—The death is announced of Haigh, the Yorkshire cricketer. ...Article : 14 words
TOKIO, Sun.—The House of Representatives has adopted a bill permitting women to attend political meetings and assume membership of ...Article : 28 words
TOWOOMBA, Mon.—Messrs. Rawlings, boot merchants, report a serious loss by pilfering during the last two months. They estimate their loss at ...Article : 317 words
SYDNEY, Mon.—The secretary of the Cricket Board of Control has received from the manager of the English team a letter expressing appreciation ...Article : 88 words
MELBOURNE, Mon.—A meeting of the V.R.C. was held to-day. The chairman subsequently announced that alterations had been made in the ...Article : 175 words
TOKIO, Sun.—Seven assailants attempted to massacre Hachire Saionji, son of the Marquis Saionji, former Premier and head of the Japanese ...Article : 54 words
LONDON, Mon.—The "Dally Telegraph" says the Australian cricket team promises to prove one of the strongest which has visited England. ...Article : 78 words
BRISBANE, Mon.—At the South Brisbane baths to-night, Miss Etheldra Bleibtrey took part in the 440 yards event, with Miss M. Wylie, of ...Article : 71 words
NEW YORK, Sun.—Mr. Theodore Roosevelt, a son of the late ex-President Roosevelt, who was appointed assistant secretary to the navy, ...Article : 53 words
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