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  2. PROHIBITION.

    The United Press Association learns on the highest authority at Washington that the United States has proposed a treaty with foreign Powers designed to prevent liquor ...

    Article : 344 words
  3. FLOODS.

    The Murrumbidgee River reached the flood level at Wagga yesterday morning, and the Murray River at Albury was 15 inches above flood level, according to reports received by ...

    Article : 252 words
  4. FERRY FARES.

    Careful consideration is being given by Sydney Ferries, Ltd. to the matter of increased fares, and a decision is expected to be arrived at within the next few ...

    Article : 331 words
  5. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    A motion of censure was launched in the House of Representatives by the leader of the Labour Opposition, Mr. Charlton. The Prime Minister made a vigorous reply. It is intended to close the debate next week. ...

    Article : 4,328 words
  6. MIGRATION.

    Lord Strathspey, presiding at a conference of the Empire League for oversea settlement at the Guildhall, said that he spoke as a Now Zealander who had practical ...

    Article : 186 words
  7. BRITAIN AND REPARATIONS

    Lord Curzon has sent a memorandum to France asking for a precise definition of terms used in relation to passive resistance in the Ruhr. The position is described by one journal as delicate. ...

    Article : 550 words
  8. SOCIALIST DANGERS.

    In the House of Lords this afternoon, Lord Birkenhead, in drawing attention to the growing strength of Socialism, asked the Government whether it proposed to take any ...

    Article : 284 words
  9. FEDERAL SERVICE.

    The Public Service Commissioner's report for the year ended June 30, 1922, which was tabled in the House of Representatives in Melbourne yesterday, made outspoken references ...

    Article : 547 words
  10. STATE LOANS.

    While the campaign of the Commonwealth Government has been in progress for the conversion of the 5 per cent. loan maturing in September, South Australia, in common ...

    Article : 213 words
  11. MR. LLOYD GEORGE.

    Mr. Lloyd George's twentieth article discusses the second German Note and the necessity for a conference of the Allies on the subject. ...

    Article : 28 words
  12. FIRE AT HOSPITAL.

    The Birmingham correspondent of the "Daily Express" reports a shocking fire at the open-air ward of the Ministry of Pensions Hospital in Birmingham, situated in the ...

    Article : 216 words
  13. BULGARIA.

    The most meagre news is being received direct from Sofia. Reports purporting to emanate from Sofia are vague and contradictory, and it is obvious that there is a severe ...

    Article : 185 words
  14. BRITISH FINANCE.

    In the House of Commons Sir William Adkins, R.C. (Liberal), in Committee on the Finance Bill, moved to reduce the income tax from 4/6 to 4/ in the interests of a revival of ...

    Article : 410 words
  15. DOMESTIC WORKERS.

    Reasons for the serious shortage of domestic workers were given at the inquiry being held by the Ministry for Labour, the witness being Jessie Stephen, secretary of ...

    Article : 163 words
  16. LIQUID FUEL.

    Sir George Knibbs (Director of the Commonwealth Institute of Science and Industry) yesterday pointed out that the institute had already made a thorough investigation of the ...

    Article : 298 words
  17. DISORDER IN CHINA.

    Li Yuan-hung, the President of China, says a message received from Peking, has fied to Tientsin, fearing an uprising of dissatisfied troops. ...

    Article : 168 words
  18. DEBT TO AMERICA.

    Great Britain to-day makes the first payment of interest and amortisation charges of 70,000,000 dollars on her debt. It is estimated that, by taking advantage of ...

    Article : 70 words
  19. ROSE DAY.

    A big effort was made to break records in connection with Queen Alcxandra's "Rose Day" by collecting £60,000, this being £1000 for each year since the Queen Mother came ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. THE FLEET.

    The active units of the Australian fleet— now reduced to the cruises Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, and Brisbane, the destroyers Anzac and Stalwart, and the submarine depot ...

    Article : 257 words
  21. INDIAN BANK FAILURE.

    On June 7 the Imperial Bank of India commenced its promised payment of 50 per cent, to creditors of the Alliance Bank of Simla, in liquidation. Many have received payment, but ...

    Article : 144 words
  22. REPLY TO SOVIET.

    The British reply to the Russian Note says: "The Soviet, having compiled with the essential conditions of Great Britain's demands, this correspondence may now ...

    Article : 43 words
  23. POST OFFICE.

    Charges of having been concerned in the illegal dealing in adhesive stamps which had been previously used and cancelled, with intent to defraud His Majesty, were preferred ...

    Article : 217 words
  24. STOWAWAYS' END.

    A telegram from Philadelphia says that five Cuban stowaways, trapped between the coal bunkers and the boilers of the sugar steamer Santa Theresa, while the vessel was en route ...

    Article : 81 words
  25. LOSS OF THE TREVESSA.

    Interviewed at Durban, Captain Symonds, of the liner Runic, which was delayed trying to render assistance to the lost steamer Treve[?]a, said that he received a series of ...

    Article : 99 words
  26. SALE AT CHRISTIE'S.

    The first day's sale of Sir Anthony Rothschild's furniture at Christie's totalled £8,000. The lots sold included four panels of Gobelin tapestry, after Boucher, which ...

    Article : 101 words
  27. CIVIC PRINCIPLES.

    Mr. F. Tato, Director-General of Education in Victoria, lecturing on "Empire and Citizenship", at the Colonial Institute, claimed that the Victorian elementary schools produced ...

    Article : 90 words
  28. PALESTINE.

    The Jerusaleum correspondent of the "Daily Express" says that all the members of the High Commissioner's Advisory Council have resigned, leaving only the two Jewish ...

    Article : 121 words
  29. DIVORCE SUITS.

    [?] Evelyn Cecil's bill, restricting Press reports in divorce cases, Will probably come [?]ext week before a select committee, which is now in process of formation. The bill ...

    Article : 114 words
  30. SPORT ABROAD.

    The off day at [?]roon was utilised to hold a driving competition. There was a half gale blowing across the course. Wethered won the prize for the best aggregate ...

    Article : 231 words
  31. COAL FIND.

    A fine sample of coal, obtained from a 16ft s[?]am at Berrima, baa been exhibited by Mr. A. E. Marsh, who claims that the quality is equal to Newcastle's best. ...

    Article : 81 words
  32. A BRILLIANT COURT.

    Despite Princess Christian's death the third Court at Buckingham Palace was very brilliant. The ladies of the Court circle wore black, but those outside largely wore blue, green, ...

    Article : 83 words
  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The House of Lords carried an address of condolence with the King on the death of Princess Christian. Miss Kate Bishop will be buried at ...

    Article : 205 words
  34. COAL DISPUTE.

    The president of the Cessnock Shire Council, who was chairman of the Cessnock district citizens' meeting, at which it as decided to approach the Prime Minister, and, falling ...

    Article : 160 words
  35. COCAINE TRAGEDY.

    An astonishing cocaine tragedy has been revealed at Par[?] by the arrest of an Italian girl, aged 20, known at Montma[?]re as "YouYou", and accounted the most beautiful artist ...

    Article : 148 words
  36. PRINCIPLE OF A FAMILY WAGE.

    "Australia is not a very advanced country in many ways. Before many of us are much older we may see a very marked advance in the pinciple of a family wage." The Public ...

    Article : 145 words
  37. LITTLE GIRL ASSAULTED.

    It was reported at Cessnock late this evening that a young girl aged 11 years had been assaulted in Love's paddock, about three and a half miles from Cessnock. She was ...

    Article : 56 words
  38. GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Mr. Charles Brown, of Ipswich, to-day won the Amateur. Golf Championship of Queensland with a score of 306-10 less than Mr. J. N. Radcliff[?] ...

    Article : 32 words
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