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  2. GERMAN CABINET.

    On the grounds that the Prussian and Hungarian Governments were alarmed and demanded the protection of the Central Goverument, a decision of the ...

    Article : 696 words
  3. REPARATIONS.

    The French reply to the British Note regarding the proposed inquiry by a committee of experts to inquire into Germe [?] capacity to pay reparations has been delivered. It gladly ...

    Article : 481 words
  4. LATE CABLE NEWS JAPAN.

    To the visitor to Jnpan few things are mora striking than the manner in which the question of manhood suffrage is being obtruded at the present time. This question is rivalling the ...

    Article : 151 words
  5. MR. BALDWIN'S CAMPAIGN.

    In a speech at Manchester on Friday Mr. Baldwin further developed his policy of tariff reform. He stated that the Government would impose taxation on imports which were now causing unemployment. Mr. Baldwin declared ...

    Article : 568 words
  6. MOB RIOTING IN MELBOURNE. Grave Result of Police Strike.

    Wild scenes of rioting took place on Saturday night in Melbourne, where the police are on strike. Lawless mobs took charge of the centre of the city and wrecked numerous shops, besides doing extensive damage in other directions. ...

    Article : 74 words
  7. EMPIRE AFFAIRS.

    The Economic Conference devoted a large part of to-day's sitting to the consideration of the report of the committee on co-ope[?] tion in financial assistance in Imperial ...

    Article : 404 words
  8. THE OUTBREAK.

    Scenes of rioting which occurred on Friday night, were completely eclipsed on Saturday in Melbourne. As night fell, ugly crowds completely ...

    Article : 2,724 words
  9. A BRITISH FLEET.

    Mr. Amery (First Lord of the Admiralty), accompanied by Mr. Bruce, other dominion representatives, and about 300 guests, to-day inspected the Atlantic fleet off Spithead. The ...

    Article : 241 words
  10. ROYAL WEDDING.

    The Crown Prince of Sweden and Lady Louise Mountbatten were married in the Chapel Royal, St. James', to-day, in the presence of King George, Queen Mary, Queen ...

    Article : 488 words
  11. MR. LLOYD GEORGE.

    Eight persons were arrested near the Metropolitan Theatre, New York, where Mr. Lloyd George was speaking, when Irish Republicans attempted to hold a meeting in the street. ...

    Article : 485 words
  12. BANK ROBBERS.

    Bank robbers and "hold-up" men operated in five towns in the United States and Canada to-day. They succeeded in obtaining 151,260 dollars in loot, as the result of one day's ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. MR. BRUCE.

    Mr. Bruce is energetically pressing for the settlement of the question of direct wireless to Australia. He has interviewed Sir Laming Worthington-Evans ...

    Article : 108 words
  14. COTTON CROP.

    Advice from Washington says that a decrease of 767,000 bales in the prospective cotton crop, as compared with a month ago, is shown in the Department of Agriculture's ...

    Article : 163 words
  15. MILLIONS OF MOTORS.

    Mr. Ford has given orders to tyre manufacturers to enable him to produce 10,000 cars daily by February, 1924. His factories are now producing 7500 motor cars daily. It is ...

    Article : 46 words
  16. EMPIRE EXHIBITION.

    The Australian Press Association understands that Senator Wilson has agreed with the Empire Exhibition Board that Lyons and Co. shall undertake the catering in the ...

    Article : 87 words
  17. PREFERENCE.

    Mr. Bruce is disinclined to comment on Mr. Baldwin's statoment at Manchester in respect to wheat and meat, but the Australian Press Association understands that the views of the ...

    Article : 100 words
  18. CUSTOMS CONVENTION.

    The International Customs Conference at Geneva has completed its labours with the adoption by 31 out of the 35 countries represented, of au international convention for the ...

    Article : 45 words
  19. WIRELESS IN CHINA.

    A message from Tokio states that the disputes between Japan and the United States concerning the establishment of high-power wireless plants by an American company in ...

    Article : 160 words
  20. MR. BONAR LAW.

    The pall bearers at Mr. Bonar Law's funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday will be the Prince of Wales, Mr. Baldwin, the Speaker of the House of Commons, Earl Balfour Mr. ...

    Article : 97 words
  21. BRITISH INDUSTRIES.

    Following the Board of Trade inquiries, the Government intends to propose the inclusion of more trades, under the Safeguarding of Industries Act, including the manufacture of ...

    Article : 111 words
  22. MR. T. WALSH'S ADDRESS.

    At a meeting of the mutineers on Saturday morning an address was delivered by the prosident of the Seamen's Union, Mr. Tom Walsh, who urged those present to "meet force with ...

    Article : 190 words
  23. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    It is announced that the Dublin and Belfast Governments have accepted an invitation from the British Government to appoint representatives to confer with it on the boundary ...

    Article : 356 words
  24. SOLAR OBSERVATORY

    At Vancouver, Professor Merfield, of Melbourne University, to a distinguished group of scientists lectured on the ethical value of antronomy. He stressed Australia's[?]urgent need ...

    Article : 151 words
  25. RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.

    A message from Stockholm says that M. Hederstierna, Foreign Minister, has resigned as the result of a storm of criticism aroused by a speech in which he urged a defensive ...

    Article : 78 words
  26. MEAT FOR BRITAIN.

    The Smithfield Market returns of meat handled there during the ten months to October 31 show that supplies of Argentine beef a lounted to 156,572 tons, an increase of 18,000 ...

    Article : 76 words
  27. ARMISTICE DAY.

    Arrangements for the ceremony at the [?] taph on November 11 have been completed. The Prince of Wales will place a wreath at the foot of the memorial. The Bishop of ...

    Article : 72 words
  28. EARTHQUAKE.

    News comes from Manila of another earthquake shock, the fourth within three days. [?] origin of the tremor is believed to be Taal volcano, on the island of Luzon. ...

    Article : 80 words
  29. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    Sir George Hunter, shipbuilder, speaking at the Newcastle Rotary Club, said the reasons for unemployment in the shipbuilding industry were high wages and drink. Recent ...

    Article : 76 words
  30. A DARING RUSE.

    Cuthbert Rice, son of a Cornwall clergyman, was charged at Bow-street [?]ce Court with attempting to forge a copy of the London "Gazette." The prosecuting counsel sald ...

    Article : 171 words
  31. PREMIER'S DECLARATION.

    Late to-night the Premier, Mr. Lawson, issued a statement:— "After mature consideration the Government has come to the final decision that it is ...

    Article : 157 words
  32. THE PHILIPPINES.

    [?]eneral Wood has cabled to the Secretary War, that Moros killed the entire pernel of a constabulary detachment in Bota[?] province, which is a hotbed of revolt. ...

    Article : 85 words
  33. COLONEL HARVEY.

    Colonel Ha[?] United States Ambassador, p[?] [?] for New York, said: "So far as [?] [?] behind no differences between [?] States and ...

    Article : 63 words
  34. AVIATION SPEED RECORD.

    A message from New York says that Lieut. H. J. Brown, a navy aviator, has attained the highest rate of speed ever achieved by man. He flew over a course of three kilometres in ...

    Article : 55 words
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