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  2. Turkey's Troubles.

    A revolution has broken out in Turkey, and a Soviet Government has been declared at Constantinople. ...

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  3. GENERAL CABLES. AUSTRALIAN NAVY

    The warships, Australia and Brisbane, have sailed for Australia. The crews of British ships at Portsmouth lined the decks and heartily choered, while people ashore ...

    Article : 40 words
  4. MUNICH ISOLATED.

    Messages from Coponhagen state that Munich, the capital of Bavarin, is isolated. The new Soviet authorities, headed by Levien, one of the Commisaaries, are ...

    Article : 50 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT PROSPECTS.

    Despite the lateness of the Australian fruit export, Covent Garden anticipates rapid sale of fruit at the control prices. A leading broker states that buyers are ...

    Article : 108 words
  6. A SWISS RECOGNITION.

    Reuter's correspondent at Berne, the capital of Switzerland, says that the Federal Conneil of Switzerland has decided to recognise the German Government. ...

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  7. Confusion in Buda-Pest FAILURE OF THE SOVIET.

    Amslerdam learns that the Hungarian Soviet Government of Bela Kuu has resigned, and that there is wild chaos in Buda-Pest. ...

    Article : 69 words
  8. STRIKES IN ITALY.

    Reuter's correspondent in Rome, telegraphing on 16th April, states:—In, the course of a Socialist demonstration yesterday disorders occurred. One soldier and ...

    Article : 67 words
  9. NEW CZECHO-SLOVAK MOVEMENT.

    According to the news from Budapest just received here the downfall of the Hungarian Soviet, Government is expected, as the result of the desertion of 30,000 ...

    Article : 51 words
  10. WARNING BY BRITAIN.

    It is announced by the Official Press Bureau that during his visit to Buda-Pest, General J. C. Smuts obtained from Beln Kun, Foreign Minister, explicit assurances ...

    Article : 95 words
  11. SERIOUS UPHEAVALS AT DANZIG.

    There are riots and shootings at Danzig, and the ambulances are busy. It appears that the Germans, using Spartacist agitators, fomented a railway strike to provent ...

    Article : 178 words
  12. Adriatic Problem.

    The leaders at the Council separated to-day without having reached any settlement of the Adriatic question. President Wilson and the Italian delegates refuse to budge ...

    Article : 126 words
  13. COAL MINERS' CLAIMS.

    Minsowners, at the call of the Coal Controller, are arranging to distribute £7,000,000 under the retrospective wages clause of Mr. Justice Sankey's report. ...

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  14. Government of Brunswick.

    A Berlin message says that Government troops, advancing from Helmstedt, entered Brunswick amid the cheers of the populac[?]. There was no incident. ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. REVELATIONS CONCERNING TURKEY.

    Reuter's correspondent at Constantinopie station that startling revelations in connection with Turkoy's entry into the war transpired during the court martial of ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. Northern Territory Unrest

    Still another strike complication arose to-day, in connection with the State hotel trouble. At the Club State hotel, Manager James Dorrity is assisted by a general ...

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  17. THE SHIPPING PROBLEM.

    Mr. Larkin, commenting on "The Times" report, admits that Commonwealth lines are not carrying full cargoes, but points out that several of the combine's ships are ...

    Article : 87 words
  18. BOLSHEVISTS DEEDS.

    Reuter's correspondent at Omsk telegraph that the Bolsheviats murdered 1800 persons, including 400 women, at Ufa. Reuter's correspondent at Stockholm ...

    Article : 75 words
  19. IN THE CRIMEA.

    The Paris newspaper, "Le Matin," states that the Bolsheviks entirely held Crimea. They entered Sebastopel by agreement with the Allies. Negotiations are in progress, ...

    Article : 43 words
  20. CLAIMS OF JAPAN AND CHINA.

    Japanese and Chinese delegates presented heir rival territorial [?]mes to the Big four to-day. ...

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  22. LEAGUE OF NATIONS' COVENANT.

    The revised text of the Loague of Nationn Covonant has been received in Washington. It may be published on Friday. ...

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  23. VIENNA APOLOGISEE TO ITALY.

    Reuter's correspondent at Berlin says that [?]gon from Vi[?] state that on April 17 disturbances occurred. An Italian motor car, when [?] Parliament House, ...

    Article : 123 words
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