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  2. THE ELECTIONS.

    With the close of the Federal Parliamentary session on Saturday campaigning for the forthcoming elections will shortly be started in earnest. Only a few interstate members ...

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  3. EUROPE'S PROBLEM

    The Appeal Court at Leipsig, in an important compensation appeal, decided that though theoretically paper marks and gold marks were equal, in sight of the law they were not ...

    Article : 144 words
  4. DEFENCE.

    With the passing of the Defence Estimates, without amendment, in the closing hours of the present Federal Parliament, it is possibe accurately to estimate the drastic ...

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  5. FEDERAL SESSION.

    The House of Representatives resumed its sitting this morning to complete the business of the session. Mr. Massy Greene explained that it was only ...

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  6. LLOYD GEORGE'S SPEECH.

    Mr. Lloyd George delivered his eagerly-awaited speech at Manchester on Saturday. In this he made reply to those critics and opponents who have lately joined in demanding that he should retire from the Prime Ministership. ...

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  7. THE OPPOSITION.

    Mr. Clynes, chairman of the Parliamentary Labour party, in a speech at Reading, replying to Mr. Chamberlain, said that Bolshevism had been produced in Russia by the ...

    Article : 165 words
  8. BRITISH TRADE.

    The satisfactory conclusion of the Mudania Conference has had a tonic influence on the Stock Exchange, and business has shown a welcome expansion in most directions, a ...

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  9. MR. ASQUITH.

    Mr. Asquith, speaking at West Hartlepool, said:—We hear a great deal of talk about a general election being imminent. The sooner it comes the better. The story of the ...

    Article : 87 words
  10. MR. CHAMBERLAIN.

    Mr. Austen Chamberlain, leader of the House of Commons, during an address at the Birmingham Conservative Club to-day, said he spoke under a great sense ...

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  11. REPARATIONS.

    The Paris "Journal" says that Sir John Bradbury (principal British representative on the Reparations Committee) has proposed that the Reparations Commission should grant ...

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  12. DE VALERA'S LETTERS.

    The Irish Government has issued its first White Paper. It deals with captured correspondence which had passed between De Valera and other prominent Republicans. ...

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  13. MR. HUGHES.

    Leaving Warragul yesterday morning the Prime Minister, accompanied by Mr. Wise, M.P., continued his election tour through Gippsland. He delivered speeches at ...

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  14. BRITAIN AND AMERICA.

    Mr. Reginald McKenna, chairman of the London Joint City and Midland Bank, who went to New York to address the annual convention of United States bankers, ...

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  15. THE NEAR EAST.

    The King received Mr. Lloyd George in audience for an hour to-day, the latter presenting a detailed report in regard to the Near East. ...

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  16. THE RATHENAU MURDER

    There was a pathetic episode during the closing scenes of the trial at Berlin of Dr. Rathenau murderers. Defending counsel read a letter the aged mother of Dr. ...

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  17. COLD STORAGE.

    Replying to an inquiry from the Fruit and Produce Exchange of Great Britain, Ltd., regarding the causes of "brown heart" in apples, Dr. Charles Brooks, pathologist to the United ...

    Article : 253 words
  18. THE SENATE.

    The Senate this morning passed the Shale Oil Bounty Bill, the War Precautions Repeal Act Amendment Bill, the vote for £115,000 required for the representation of Australia at ...

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  19. HIGH-SPEED FLIGHT.

    At Mount Clemens (Michigan) Lieutenant R. L. Maughan, piloting an army Curtiss high-speed pursuit 'plane, won the Pulitzer aerial trophy by travelling 160 miles at the ...

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  20. KENDENUP.

    Mr. C. J. d[?] Garis, a passenger on the Niagara, states that his mission with the object of interesting American financiers in Kendenup was successful. The banking firm ...

    Article : 165 words
  21. SPORT ABROAD.

    At Newhaven (Connecticut) Kirkwood and Hagen defeated Sweetser and Bobby Andrew over 18 holes, 2 up and 1 to play. At Philadelphia Hagen and Kirkwood ...

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  22. ARGENTINE MEAT COMPANY.

    The Western United Investment Company has offered to purchase the British Argentine Meat Company at 65/ for ordinary shares and 32/6 for preference, Lord Vestey and Sir ...

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  23. LIBERALS AND COUNTRY PARTY.

    A conference is to be held to-morrow between representatives of those who propose to form a Liberal association and the leader of the Country party (Dr. Earle Page), to discuss ...

    Article : 90 words
  24. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    After the extraction of a tooth a Newcastle resident, aged 24 years, slowly bled to death. The bleeding continued for 10 days, despite the doctors' application of every known ...

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  25. TAX ON COMPANIES.

    Sir Francis Bell (New Zealand Minister for Justice) received a deputation from the New Zealand and Australian Agents' Association, which urged the necessity for reducing ...

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  26. MANUFACTURES.

    Eight thousand people thronged the Manufactures' Exhibition at the Royal Agricultural Society's grounds on Saturday afternoon, and in the evening the turnstiles ...

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  27. PARK MYSTERY.

    Before Mr. Burton Smith, S.M., at the Central Police Court on Saturday John Carl Jensen, aged 31 years, was charged "that at Moore Park, Sydney, on or about May 12, ...

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  28. EFFECT OF THE SPEECHES.

    The speeches by Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Lloyd George have done little to simplify the complexity of the political situation. The newspapers, according to partisanship, ...

    Article : 360 words
  29. LOST IN THE BUSH.

    The six-year-old son of Mrs. E. M'Carthy, wife of the postmaster at Eugowra, near Forbes (who arrived on Thursday morning at the home of her parents at Kundibakh), ...

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  30. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    It is officially stated that barely 25 per cent. of the workers in the shipbuilding, engineering, and allied trades at Glasgow are employed. The unemployed there total ...

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  31. SEAMEN'S WAGES.

    In the Arbitration Court the new seamen's award has been filed. [?] The rates of pay per calendar month are:—Boatswain, leading A.B., and lam[?]immer and A.B., £15/15; ...

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  32. CABILLON OF BELLS.

    To perpetuate the memory of a number of old families whose names are intimately associated with the Parramatta district, there will be installed at St. John's Church a chime of ...

    Article : 156 words
  33. EPILEPTICS.

    Justice Sir Alexander Roche, in sentencing Charles Seymour, aged 27 years, an epileptic, to three years' penal servitude for stabbing a woman in Hyde Park, said he was sorry ...

    Article : 84 words
  34. WARSHIP'S INFLUENZA PATIENTS

    The influenza patients of H.M.S. Chatham, the New Zealand flagship, are reported to be progressing favourably, and no new cases have been located. ...

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