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  2. MACLAREN'S TEAM.

    The three-day return match between Maclaren's team and New South Wales was concluded at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday. It resulted in a drawn game. There ...

    Article : 1,423 words
  3. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    Rumours of a prob[?]ble movement against the Bruce-Page Ministry th[?]s week by dissatisfied Nationalists and members of the Lab[?]rty under the leadership of the ...

    Article : 1,196 words
  4. FRENCH OCCUPATIONS.

    France's further occupation of German territory has created much excitement, although it is stated there will be no official protest. The tax on German coal, which for some months prior ...

    Article : 624 words
  5. LATE CABLES.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Matin" states that it is asserted in Parliamentary circles that Germany intends to break off diplomatic relations with France, for which ...

    Article : 43 words
  6. LABOUR LEADER.

    It is probable that the State Parliamentary Labour caucus, at a meeting to be held on Thursday next will thrown down the gauntlet to the A.L.P. executive and defy it to select ...

    Article : 1,553 words
  7. CHINESE STOWAWAYS

    After surviving what must have been a terrible ordeal, 18 Chinese coolies appeared before Mr Gale, S.M., at the Central Police Court yesterday, charged with having been ...

    Article : 251 words
  8. IRISH DISCORD.

    The "Morning Post," as the result of the work of a reliable observer touring Cork county, states that Cork is slipping back to savagedom. The city is completely cut off ...

    Article : 298 words
  9. BRITISH BY-ELECTION.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 76 words
  10. EX-KAISER AND CORFU.

    According to the Hague correspondent of the Central News Agency it is reported that the Ex-Kaiser desires to use his Corfu Villa because his wife complains that the income ...

    Article : 88 words
  11. MOTOR CYCLES.

    The electricity supply committee of the City Council yesterday considered contradictory reports which had been received on various types of motor cycles for use in the ...

    Article : 284 words
  12. AMERICAN CONGRESS

    The Washington [?]presentative of the "New York Times" says that the present Congress, which has been dubbed the "Donothing Congress," ended shortly after noon ...

    Article : 190 words
  13. LATE SHIPPING.

    Arr: In London, City of Winchester; at Honolulu, Canadian Skirmisher. Dep: From Aden, Moldavia; from Beira, Nordic; from Halifax, Canadian Seigneur. Pass: Perim, ...

    Article : 29 words
  14. WAR'S LESSONS.

    Colonel Rcpington, writing in the "Daily Telegraph," says:—"After studying the war's results in Europe and America, I find that other nations in the matter of defence have ...

    Article : 259 words
  15. OIL AND PETROL.

    A Senate Committee, headed by Senator La Follette, has just rendered a report on crude oil and petrol production, and sale in the United States. ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. IMPERIAL POLICIES.

    The "Morning Post" congratulates Mr. Bruce (Prime Minister of Australia) on insisting on the importance of the imperial Conference, particularly in relation to foreign ...

    Article : 238 words
  17. ATTACKED BY BLACKS.

    Information has been received from the Rev. [?]ennison, of Elcho Island mission, describing an attack by blacks on trepanging luggers owned by Captain Edwards and worked by ...

    Article : 305 words
  18. REFUGEES.

    Advices from Constantinople state that the refugees from the Black Sea now total 25,000. Disease is making fearful ravages, and a hundred deaths are occuriing daily. ...

    Article : 71 words
  19. PERILOUS VOYAGE.

    The trawler Vidette has landed at Grimbsy five survivors from the collier Hejmdale, which was sunk during a voyage from Swansea to Odense, the latter a town in Denmark. ...

    Article : 106 words
  20. ARBITRATION.

    Three States were represented at a Conference of State Attorney-Generals, which was opened at the Crown Law Department to-day to discuss the question of State rights and ...

    Article : 480 words
  21. CAIRO OUTRAGES.

    A Cairo message states that there were two [?]ring bomb outrages on Sunday evening. The miscreants dashed through the city in a motor car and hurled a bomb into a cafe much ...

    Article : 156 words
  22. DAVIS CUP.

    The latest challengers for the Davis Cup are Czecho-Slovakia, Roumania, Italy, Holland, Switzerland, Denmark, and Australia, thus making a total of thirteen. Belgium, ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. BRITISH POLITICS.

    London newspapers, commenting on the East Willesden by-election, attribute the Government defeat to the insecurity among the middle class and working class supporters of ...

    Article : 123 words
  24. WHIPPING OR IMPRISONMENT.

    Edgar Hubert Muller, whose age is 17 years and 10 months, but whose mental and physical development was stated by a doctor in Court to be that of a boy of 14 or 16 years, was ...

    Article : 231 words
  25. BISHOP OF POLYNESIA.

    The Rev. L. S. Kempthorne, M.A., will be consecr[?] as Bishop of Polynesia at Lambeth Palace, and will sail at the end of April. He will spend six months in Fiji before visiting ...

    Article : 72 words
  26. SIR PETER McBRIDE.

    The death occurred at Cannes on Saturday of Sir Peter McBride, Agent-General for Victoria in London, from 1913 to 1922. [A recent cablegram announced that Sir ...

    Article : 109 words
  27. TRAGEDY IN CHICAGO.

    A telegram from Chicago states that hydrocyanic acid gas was used by the City Health Department in fumigating a restaurant situated in a dwelling-house. The gas escaped ...

    Article : 75 words
  28. THE EX-KAISER.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that as the exKaiser is particularly anxious that any children shall not be born in exile, he has commenced negotiations to enable him to reside ...

    Article : 55 words
  29. MR. CHARLTON'S DENIAL.

    Commenting on the reported move in Federal political circles to disrupt the Government and to form a new Labour party, composed of breakaways from the official Federal ...

    Article : 84 words
  30. HYPNOTIC INFLUENCE.

    Geneva reports state that alarming results followed the hypnotising of a number of schoolboys by two German hypnotists during a lecture. When the boys returned to school ...

    Article : 80 words
  31. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    According to a message from Paris, the famous Oberamm[?]rg[?] Passion Players, despite considerable profits in 1922, are suffering abject poverty, owing to the increased cost of ...

    Article : 92 words
  32. RIOTS IN VIENNA.

    Vienna advices state that 17 persons were injured during violent anti-Semitic demonstrations carried out by young students, following on a public protest by the Jews against ...

    Article : 48 words
  33. STEELWORKS.

    It was officially announced by the management of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company's steelworks at Port Waratah this morning that the open [?]earth furnaces and the ...

    Article : 120 words
  34. PROPOSED RAILWAY.

    The Chief Commissioner for Railways (Mr. Fraser) arrived here to-day, having inspected the route of the proposod railway from Moss Vale to Port Kembla. He was accorded a ...

    Article : 182 words
  35. POET AND NOVELIST.

    A message from Rome states that Signor Mussolini has instructed the Italian embassies and consulates throughout the world to celebrate the jubilee of Manzoni's death. ...

    Article : 68 words
  36. BRICK-MAKING.

    Representatives of unions which would be affected by a stoppage of work in the brick making industry met at the Trades Hall to-day to discus[?] the position which has arisen ...

    Article : 226 words
  37. PROMISES OF MARRIAGE.

    According to a message from Geneva, Ferdinand Nater, a handsome, fashionably-dressed man, aged 52, has been charged at Zurich with having obtained mon[?]y from 15 woman under ...

    Article : 117 words
  38. DEPARTURE OF TEAM.

    The members of the English team left for Melbourne last night. They will play the combined Universities on Wednesday and Thursday, and will commence the return match ...

    Article : 34 words
  39. YASS WAR MEMORIAL.

    The opening ceremony of the new Memorial Hall, erected at a cost of £11,000, took place to-day, the ceremony being performed by Brigadier-General Elliott, who was ...

    Article : 203 words
  40. OVERCROWDED SCHOOLS.

    "The places you mention must be palaces. J[?]t imagine the Bondi school, which was built to accommodate 875 children, and is at the p[?]esent time attended by about 3200 scholars. ...

    Article : 159 words
  41. FIREMAN IN PERIL.

    On Saturday morning a fire occurred at MacRobertson's chocolate factory, Fitzroy. T[?] outbreak wns confined to the ground floor and the first floor. The damage to the ...

    Article : 142 words
  42. A GERMAN DIRIGIBLE.

    According to a message from Paris there has been built at workshops at Friedrichshafen a dirigible for the United States Government, and intended for the Berlin-Chicago service. ...

    Article : 41 words
  43. AIR DISASTER.

    An army bombing aeroplane nose-dived 500 feet into a muddy field, injuring. fatally Lieutenant Stanley Smith, and severly injuring Major Folett Bradley and four mechanics. ...

    Article : 43 words
  44. MOTOR CAR STOLEN.

    A single-seater motor car the properly of Harold Horace McNiver, of the Hotel Bondi, was removed from outside Howard Smith's wharf early last night. The car, which is ...

    Article : 51 words
  45. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    W. C. Young, shooting at Bisley, under King's Prize conditions, scored 103 out of a possible 105. He had seventeen successive [?]ll'[?] [?]ye[?]. ...

    Article : 29 words
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