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  2. THE PREMIER.

    The Citizens of Kiama gave a dinner in the Oddfellows' Hall to-night in honour of the Premier, Sir George Fuller, and the Nationalist Ministry. Lady Fuller accompanied Sir ...

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  3. WORKING WEEK.

    The Full Court of the Arbitration Court to-day fixed the standard hours in the engineering trade and in most branches of the timber trade at 48 a week. Mr. Justice ...

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  4. FEDERAL SESSION.

    To enable the Federal Ministry to pass as many bills as possible before adjourning for the general election, the Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, it is understood, will move in the ...

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  5. TURKS' ADVANCE.

    It is reported that British troops have landed on the Sea of Marmora littoral. The Kemalists, who are astonished and angered, declare they will repel any ...

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  6. LATE CABLE NEWS THE TURKS' AMBITIONS.

    The Paris newspaper "Matin," commenting on the position in Asia Minor, says: "Britain seems to be reproaching Angora for having had relations with the Bolsheviks. This ...

    Article : 323 words
  7. SURPLUS MILLIONS.

    Mr. Oscar Asche, who was the guest of the Institute of Journalists at Farmer's yesterday, referred to the need for advertising Australia in Great Britain. He said there were ...

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  8. DISARMAMENT. NOT HOPEFUL.

    The Disarmament Commission reported to the Assembly of the League of Nations to-day that several schemes for disarmament were impracticable, the principal objection ...

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  9. CITY PARKS.

    The health and bylaws committee of the City Council yesterday objected to a proposal contained in a minute by the Lord Mayor to the effect that the City Council rangers in the ...

    Article : 358 words
  10. SHEARING.

    A statement issued yesterday on behalf of the Graziers' Association announced that reports had been received from several Riverina centres that men who were hanging around ...

    Article : 309 words
  11. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Mr. Wilfred Seawen Blunt at the age of 82 years. ...

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  12. FRENCH SEAMEN.

    The French Seamen's Union has decided to strike for 23 hours as a protest against the extension of the working day to 12 hours. By limiting the strike to 23 hours the union ...

    Article : 37 words
  13. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MAJORITY LABOUR.

    The Majority Labour party has decided to run candidates at the forthcoming Federal elections in opposition to the A.L.P. Mr. J. H. Catts, M.P., will contest the Cook ...

    Article : 284 words
  14. TROUBLE AT AMRITSAR.

    A Government communique announces that the Deputy-Commissioner at Amritsar, after consultation with the local Government, has decided to discontinue the practice of ...

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  15. GIRL SHOT.

    The inquest in connection with the Maitland tragedy, in which a young man named Curnow is accused of having shot a girl named Bockman was continued at Maitland to-day. ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. CLAIM FOR £100,000.

    An important question relating to the powers of arbitrators has been raised by a summons taken out by the Junction North Broken Hill Mine, No Liability, against the ...

    Article : 366 words
  17. CRAFT FOR THE AIR.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Morning Post" says:—Germany continues to display amazing initiative in the attempt to secure mastery of the air. A French expert informs ...

    Article : 131 words
  18. GERMANY'S DEBTS. REPARATIONS.

    The breakdown of the Belgian-German negotiations, it is considered, has created a grave situation. The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily ...

    Article : 123 words
  19. ESPERANCE BAY.

    On her maiden voyage to Australia, the Commonwealth Government liner Esperance Bay, the fourth of the fleet of five passenger liners built in England, arrived in Sydney ...

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  20. FRAUD UPON A BANK

    A daring fraud was perpetrated on the London branch of the Guaranty Trust Company of New York. The branch received a cable from China instructing it to transfer ...

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  21. COOK A.L.P. SELECTION.

    In consequence of the notion of the A.L.P. executive in declaring the recent selection ballot for the Cook electorate null and void, a new ballot will be held next Saturday. ...

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  22. TUNNEL COLLAPSES.

    As a result of the collapse of a sewerage tunnel in Young-street, Neutral Bay, yesterday morning, two men were injured. Their names are Lindsay Johnson, of Pittwater-road, ...

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  23. INDIA[?] AND EMPIRE.

    Mr. Sastri, in a statement at Montreal, said that, rightly or wrongly, many young men in India found the failure of Canada and other countries to extend Hindu residents full rights ...

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  24. FRANCE'S CLAIM.

    A message from Paris says that M. Poincare, speaking on the anniversary of the Battle of the Marne, declared that though France would never be guilty of Imperialism, ...

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  25. DEATH OF CAPTAIN COOK'S GRAND-NEPHEW.

    The death is announced of Mr. William Cook, grand-nephew of Captain Cook, discoverer of Australia and New Zealand, aged 97 years. ...

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  26. LATE MR. JABEZ WRIGHT.

    The Legislative Assembly will adjourn this afternoon out of respect for the late Mr. Jabez Wright. The vacancy caused by the death of Mr. ...

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  27. IRELAND'S WAR.

    The Government of the Irish Free State has abolished the Press censorship. ...

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  28. SALVATION ARMY FESTIVAL.

    An excellent musical programme was heard in the Town Hall last night, when the Salvation Army held its first annual festival of vocal and instrumental music. The hall was ...

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  29. ARCHBISHOP MANNIX'S VIEW.

    There were several thousand people in attendance on Sunday afternoon on the occasion of the blessing by Archbishop Mannix of the recently ordained portion of a new church and ...

    Article : 194 words
  30. CHINESE BANDITS.

    The correspondent of the Chicago "Tribune" at Tsingtao says that the Japanese military authorities have despatched an armed force of [?]0 into Chines territory in a final ...

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  31. CASUALTIES. WHARF LABOURER INJURED.

    While working on the steamer Newcastle in Darling Harbour last night William Glace, 48, a wharf labourer, residing in Glen-road, Bexley, fell down the hold, a distance of 12ft. He ...

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  32. SPIT FIRE.

    Extensive damage was caused by the fire which broke out on the eastern side of the Spit early yesterday morning. Dendy's refreshment rooms and a cottage belonging to ...

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  33. MAN COMMITS SUICIDE.

    Thomas Nesbitt, 62, sub-contractor on the Molong-Dubbo line, committed suicide in his camp at Arthurville this morning. Deceased had been worried over financial matters. He ...

    Article : 65 words
  34. M. CLEMENCEAU.

    M. Clemenceau's proposed visit to America has brought him a telegram from America, saying:—"You Beem to consider America is lacking in solidarity with the Allies. We shall ...

    Article : 135 words
  35. RUSSIAN AFFAIRS.

    News comes from Berlin that M. Krassin, on behalf of the Soviet Government, has signed an agreement with Mr. Leslie Urquhart restoring to the Russo-Asiatic Company ...

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  36. MISHAP IN TRAM CAR.

    Mr. J. W. Evans, Speaker of the House of Assembly, through a sudden movement forward of a crowded tramcar in which he was standing, fell backwards, fracturing two ribs, ...

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  37. SPORT ABROAD.

    A telegram from Madrid gives the Duke of Toledo's horse Ruban as winner of the Grand Prix Alfonso, run at San Sebastian, the richest race in the world, worth £20,000. Ruban ...

    Article : 91 words
  38. WOMAN STABBED.

    Mrs. May Ord, 50, of William-street, East Sydney, was found severely wounded in the parlour of the Lord Roberts Hotel, at the corner of Riley and Stanley streets, ...

    Article : 98 words
  39. MONSOONAL DISTURBANCE.

    A monsoonal disturbance developed with some rapidity over the eastern half of Australia during the week-end, and last night it was moving southwards from Queensland into ...

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  40. CHARGES AGAINST POSTAL OFFICIAL.

    To consider eight charges which have been laid against Mr. F. Golding, chief electrical engineer to the Postmaster-General's Department, the board appointed under the Federal ...

    Article : 121 words
  41. ROMA BORE.

    The Premier, Mr. Theodore, referring to the allegations at the National Federal Conference at Ballarat, that sinister influences were at hand to prevent the Roma bore being ...

    Article : 76 words
  42. MYSTERIOUS ACCIDENT.

    While on duty in Liverpool-street, near Palmer-street, early this morning Constable Looney heard a report, which sounded like that of a gun. He saw an elderly woman, ...

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  43. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    At Croydon yesterday Harry Kaye, reputedly a prosperous metal merchant, killed his wife and three-year-old son, and then committed suicide. It is believd that the man ...

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  44. SEEING SIE JOSEPH COOK.

    Sir,—On my return from the country to-day my attention was drawn to a statement published in the Press that Sir Joseph Cook had "ridiculed" the statement made by me that ...

    Article : 326 words
  45. NORTH SYDNEY.

    Mr. E. James, secretary of the North Sydney National Electoral Conference, has received the following telegram from Mr. Hughes:— "In reply to your telegram inviting me to ...

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  46. SAVED FROM DEATH.

    A wireleas message from the Kinfauns Castle, bound to Southampton, states that teh vessel responded to the German steamer Hammonia's S.O.S. call in the Atlantic, and ...

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  47. SOLDIER SETTLERS.

    The Minister for Lands (Mr. Wearne) visited Fordwich to-day, and saw the settlers there. The repatriation committee and the Mayor were present. Mr. Wearne explained matters ...

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  48. SEARCH FOR OIL.

    Before the National Federation concluded its conference at Ballarat the following motion was unanimously agreed to:—"That the Federal Government be requested to make ...

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  49. HENRY LAWSON MEMORIAL.

    Sir,—To-day Australia mourns the loss of her greatest poetic genius—Henry Lawson— and it seems fitting that some practical recognition should be made of his great ...

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  50. OUR BEACHES.

    Sir,—Having come from the country recently, I have been on the lookout for a quiet, healthy seaside resort in which to buy an allotment of ground ...

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  51. CARRIAGE BUILDERS.

    The fourteenth annual conference of the Carriage, Waggon, and Motor Body Builders' Association of Australia was opened to-day. Mr. E. W. Holden, Federal president, gave a ...

    Article : 131 words
  52. FERRY PUNT SINKS.

    The punt at the Carrathool ferry sank yesterday morning, and will not be available for traffic for some days. It appears that the recent flood in the river deposited a lot ...

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  53. NEWSPAPER STRIKE.

    The newspaper strike to-day entered on its fourth week. The parties 0met before the Clerk of the Arbitration Court to-day, and settled the issues of the employees' claim and ...

    Article : 52 words
  54. MRS. HARDING.

    The physicians' bulletin to-night declared that mrs. H[?]ording's condition has slightly improved, but it is still critical. ...

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