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  2. GENERAL CABLES. AMERICAN PEACE TREATY

    The Senate rejected two minor amendments to the Peace Treaty by a majority of 17 votes. ...

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  3. ROCHESTER SHIRE COUNCIL.

    The following is a continuation of the report of the Rochester Shire Council, held over from our last issue:—Correspondence—From John H. ...

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  5. CHURCH AND SOLDIER.

    The Church and Its Altitnde Toward the Soldiers formed the subject of an address delivered by Lieutonant-General Sir. J.J. Talbot Hobbs before the ...

    Article : 474 words
  6. GELIGNITE IN PANTRY.

    The "Star's" Cork correspondent says that the police found in the pantry of a residence in Cerk a quantity of gelig[?] sufficient to blow up the entire ...

    Article : 49 words
  7. COAL STRIKE BEGINS

    It is announced that the strike by 500,000 coal miners in the United States, which has been threatened for some time, has begun. ...

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  8. PASSPORT DENIED FOR LARKIN.

    Thrests ate being made by the Irish Labor party of calling a general strike to protest. against the action of the British and American Governments in ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. JAPAN SEEKS EXTENSION

    A telegram from Tokio states that the Japa[?] Government is about to open negetiations for the extension of the An[?]lo-Japanese allience. ...

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  11. BARRY SEEKS RETURN MATCH.

    Ernest Barrv the former se[?] champion, who was defeated by Alfred Felton, of Australia, in a race for the title on the Thames on Monday, is auxious for a ...

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  12. SPORTING.

    There was an enormous attendance at Flomington yesterday, when the apring racing carnival opened, Gentle rain fel for some time, and droye many specta ...

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  13. The Riverine Herald

    THE Federal Government's policy, as disclosed by the Prime Minister (Mr. W. M. Hughes) at Bendigo on Thursday, opens the campaign for the forthcoming Federal ...

    Article : 943 words
  14. RUSSIAN FIGHTING. BOLSHEVIKS PRISONERED.

    The War Office reports that a strong force of Red Guards yesterday attacked two miles south-west of Repschn, at a gap between the Esthonians and the ...

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  15. SUCCESSES GAINED.

    Latest reports show that the situation on the Petrograd front in still most un[?]tain. That the Bolsheviks are fighting most ...

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  16. RELIEF FOR DANZIG.

    A Ship carrying Australian and American Red.Cress medical relief stores is expected to arrive at Danzig on Wednesday. This timely gift is anxiously antlcipated ...

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  17. FIRE AT WHEAT STACK.

    A fire occurred at the Brooklyn wheat [?] acks on Saturday afternoon. The cause unknown. A strong force of firemen is speedily on the scene but owing to ...

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  18. RIOTING IN EGYPT.

    "Surging uationa[?]t feeling has broken out in Egypt again," states the Caire. correspondent of "The Times." "There have been rioting and murders at ...

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  19. RIFLE SHOOTING.

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  20. PERSONAL.

    Sergeant J. W. Arthur Kelly, who recontly returned from overseas, has been sponding the week-end in Echuca. Mr. J. J. Chadwick, borought foreman, ...

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  21. FLVING TO AUSTRALIA.

    A telegram from the commanding offi[?]er of Cologne force states that Capain G. C. Matthows and Sergeant T. D. [?]ay, who are flying to Australia have not ...

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  22. SOLDIER SITTLEMENT.

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  23. DOUGLAS AND ROSS START ON JOURNEY.

    Douglas and Ross start on their flight [?] the Commonwealth in an Alliance ma[?]ne to-morrow. Douglas hopes to reach Australia in ton flights to Pisn, Brindish, ...

    Article : 59 words
  24. Magistrate at Darwin.

    Mr. Glynn, Minister for Home and Tor[?] ritores, announced on Saturday that Major[?] Horan, formerly a legal practitioner in Melbourne, and previously in [?] ...

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