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  2. REPARATIONS.

    Reuter's Berlin correspondent says;—"The German representative has handed a Note to t[?]e Reparations Commission, requesting a declaration in principle that priority over ...

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  3. WRECKED.

    Bound from Liverpool to Australian Sports, the Union Steamship Company's steamer Armagh ran ashore last night on a sandbank in the Mersey, near the ...

    Article : 402 words
  4. STATE SESSION.

    The sitting of the Legislative Assembly, which began on Wednesday afternoon last, and adjourned at 4 p.m. on Thursday, was resumed yesterday afternoon. This did away with the ...

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  5. ROAD OR RAIL?

    The Premier (Sir George Fuller), in assuring a deputation yesterday that the Main Roads Bill would be one of the first measures to be dealt with next ...

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  6. LATE CABLES.

    Reuter's Berlin correspondent says:—Germany s obduracy in not admitting the legality of the Ruhr occupation, which is likely to be the most delicate point in the negotiations ...

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  7. LARGE ESTATES.

    At a special meeting of the Cabinet, Mr. Wearne (Minister for Lands) submitted a report dealing with land settlement matters, principally affecting the disinclination of ...

    Article : 425 words
  8. THE EMPIRE.

    The formation is announcod of an Empire Exhibition Fellowship. The object of it is to carry out a scheme of Imperial education, to stimulate Empire trade, and to assist in the ...

    Article : 366 words
  9. U.S. CONGRESS.

    A message from Washington states:— Congress enters upon its third week still unorganised for business, despite preliminary intimations that the deadlock created by 17 ...

    Article : 191 words
  10. VALUER-GENERAL.

    It will be remembered that a few weeks ago a crisis was brought about in the Legislative Assembly through the action of Mr. Nesbitt, in conjunction with the Progressives and the ...

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  11. NEXT "COMMEM."

    There is a possibility that next year the annual undergraduate procession through the main streets of Sydney in connection with "commem" ceremonies will be abandoned. ...

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  12. LASH SUGGESTED.

    A deputation, representing the residents on the northern railway line between Strathfield and Hornsby, waltod on the, Premier (Sir George Fuller) at Parliament House ...

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  13. MOUNTAIN MOVES.

    A message from Geneva states: The mountain of Pizokel, which dominates Coire (a town in Switzerland with an altitude of 2136-2350 feet), has begun to move, and threatens to ...

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  14. THE COLLIERIES.

    There was one further strike yesterday on the northern coalfields, at Pelaw Malu, but work was resumed at five other pits, where the employees were on strike last week. ...

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  15. DESCRIPTION OF VESSEL.

    The Armagh, which is regarded as one of the finest vessels of her type coming to Australia, had commenced on Saturday her second vayage to Australia this year. Her last appearance in ...

    Article : 290 words
  16. MOTOR CAR OVERTURNS.

    Rydal Hill was again the scone of a serious motor car accident yesterday afternoon, when a Ford car, driven by Vivian Bouldon, manager of the Draroobangie freezing works, near ...

    Article : 175 words
  17. MEXICAN REVOLUTION.

    Reuter advices from Vera Cruz announce that the rebels have captured Cautla, 60 miles from Mexico City; also Pueb[?]a, which the forces behind President Obregon evacuated. ...

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  18. DISEASE IN CATTLE.

    The "Daily Express" states that the belief is gaining ground that the germs of the foot and mouth disease were imported into the United Kingdom in fodder from Germany. ...

    Article : 84 words
  19. LINSEED OIL.

    The opening of a linseed oil mill at Gladcaville was celebrated yesterday afternoon, whon, at the invitation of the owner, Mr. Harold Meggitt, a large gathering of ...

    Article : 339 words
  20. RINDERPEST MENACE.

    A proclamation was published in a special issue of the "Commonwealth Gazette" to-day prohibiting the removal "of any animal, carcase, fodder, or fittings from the State of ...

    Article : 141 words
  21. DIRECTOR'S OBLIGATION.

    Before Mr. Justice Woigull, in the Practice Court to-day, John Joseph Rouse, of Georgestreet, Sydney, company director, applied for an order directing the liquidator of the ...

    Article : 383 words
  22. SPECTRE OF WAR.

    The Rev. Dr. Norwood, pastor of the City Temple, declared in a sermon that Woolwich Arsenal was working overtime on the manufacture of millions of gas masks, which would ...

    Article : 134 words
  23. ALLEGED HERESY.

    One of the bitterest controversies in the history of the Episcopalian Church of America has been precipitated as a result of the derision of the House of Bishops to ask the ...

    Article : 195 words
  24. SUPERANNUATION.

    A deputation representing the Retired Railway and Tramway Employees Association, which was introduced by Mr. Rutledge, M.L.A., on behalf of Mr. Bruxner (leader of the ...

    Article : 314 words
  25. HELPING RUSSIA.

    Criticism of the proposal to raise a loan of £200,000 in Australia for the assistance of Russia were replied to yesterday by Mr. J. J. Graves, general secretary of the Joint ...

    Article : 423 words
  26. DR. EARLE PAGE'S TOUR.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page), accompanied by his wife and family, and Mr. Austin Chapman, M.P. for Eden-Monaro, arrived by motor car at Cooma to-day. After ...

    Article : 108 words
  27. PEER'S DEATH.

    The death is announced of Lord Willoughby de Broke.—Reuter. [Lord Willoughby de Broke was a lieutenantcolonel in the Warwickshire Yeomanry Second ...

    Article : 83 words
  28. SHIPPING PARES.

    Commeniting on the statement made in London by Lord Inchcape that his boats do not pay, a correspondent writes that the remarkable thing is that the shares of his different ...

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  29. EMPIRE GOODS.

    The committee appointed to determnie the feasibility of encouraging the purchase and use of Indian goods by boycotting British Empire goods in particular has ...

    Article : 124 words
  30. THE LIQUOR BILL.

    Sir,—There can only be sadness among the hoBts of prohibitionists in this country by the new Liquor Bill, which does so much to destroy the rights of democracy and so prevent ...

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  31. TRAGEDY IN A BARN.

    A message from Berlin states that 13 persons were burnt to death when a barn, near Leipzig, which sheltered 25 men and women tramps, caught fire. ...

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  32. MR. GRIBBEN'S RETIREMENT

    When the select committee appointed to inquire into the suspension and retirement from the State Public Service of Mr. Franje Gribben met last night, the chairman (Mr. ...

    Article : 421 words
  33. SIR JOHN TAVERNER.

    Widespread regret will be felt at the death of Sir John Taverner, which occurred suddenly this aftornoon. Sir John, who was chairman of the Victorian Directorate of the ...

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  34. FASCISTI REFORM.

    According to a statement from Rome, the reorganisation of the Fasclstl has been carried on a stage. The Cabinet has approved a scheme for the ...

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  35. BRITISH LABOUR PARTY.

    The Political Correspondent of the "Daily telegraph" says: The Soviet Trade Delegation to England is actively preparing for the moment, which it considers imminent, when ...

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  36. POLISH CABINET RESIGNS.

    According to a message from Warsaw, the Polish Cabinet has resigned owing to the financial situation. M. Thugut, a Radical, has been entrusted ...

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  37. THE UNEMPLOYMENT TROUBLE.

    Sir,—Seeing that there is nothing much being done to permanently provide week for those unemployed, it behoves everybody to come to some common understanding regarding the ...

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  38. M. CLEMENCEAU INJURED.

    Reuter's correspondent in Paris states that a car, in which M. Clemenceau (Prime Minister of France from 1917 to 1920) was driving along the St. Germain road, collided with another ...

    Article : 82 words
  39. GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S CAR.

    Motor car theives are still busy in Melbourne. This afternoon it was reported to the police by officials from Federal Government House that the Governor-General's car ...

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  40. MR. BADDELEY'S STATEMENT.

    "The workors of this State will no doubt view with suspicion Sir George Fuller's criticism regarding the proposed loan by the Australian workers to the Soviet Government," ...

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  41. BENGAL LEGISLATURE.

    The invitation of the Governor of Bengal (Earl Lytton) to the Swarajist, Das, to form a Ministry is the chief subject of interest in political circles. Independents have decided ...

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  42. DOMINION PREFERENCE.

    General Smuts' speech at Pretoria on dominion preference is generally accepted as indicating his confidence that the Economic Conference arrangements will not be ...

    Article : 90 words
  43. HURSTVILLE LOAN PROPOSAL.

    The question as to whether the ratepayers of Hurtsville approved of the council borrowing £100,000 for permanent improvements, comprising road making, kerblng and guttering, ...

    Article : 57 words
  44. MR. MASSEY.

    Mr. Massey (Prime Minister of New Zealand) has quite recovered from the severe cold which he contracted last week, and will leave Waterloo on Tuesday morning and embark by ...

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