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  2. WRECKED CUTTER.

    The Daisy, in which the prospecting party was wrecked, was a three-ton cutter owned by Alex. Crampton, and was hired to take the prospectors to the Victoria River. Fe[?] ...

    Article : 621 words
  3. STEELWORKS.

    Following on a conference in Melbourne last month it was agreed between the representatives of the steelworkers and of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Ltd., that ...

    Article : 408 words
  4. ROYAL SHOW.

    The Royal Centenary Show opens this morning. The stage is set for the greatest show in the history of the Royal Agricultural Society. ...

    Article : 1,291 words
  5. FRENZIED SOLDIERS.

    M. Coue, an authority on auto-suggestion, of Nancy, who is visiting London, has given a remarkable series of seances in which apparently a number of cures have been ...

    Article : 173 words
  6. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Addressing the South African Party Congress of the Cape Province, the Premier, General Smuts, referred to the bitter attacks made by General Hertzog. He said that when ...

    Article : 497 words
  7. LABOUR SPLIT.

    The Labour split took a definite shape on Saturday, when a new political organisation was formed, and it will be known as the Majority Labour party. ...

    Article : 2,187 words
  8. IRELAND.

    It is reported from Dublin that Sinn Felners destroyed 500,000 gallons of whisky during a raid on the Customs House. Further details show that during the night ...

    Article : 610 words
  9. AIR DISASTER.

    A message from Paris states that a shocking aeroplane disaster occurred near Tilloy, when a British aeroplane, of the Daimler line, from London with Paris mails, collided with ...

    Article : 292 words
  10. PRINCE IN HONGKONGS.

    Hongkong refuses to do any kind of work while the Prince is here. The majority of the population was engaged to-day trying to follow him about while he was fulfilling a ...

    Article : 305 words
  11. GENOA CONFERENCE

    A message from Paris states that M. Poincare (the Premier) and M. Barthou (Foreign Minister) met Mr. Lloyd George, on route to Genoa, and conferred with him in the train ...

    Article : 484 words
  12. THE TERRITORY.

    Dr. Earle Page, M.P., and Mr. Pratten, M.P., are returning to Sydney by the steamer Marella. Dr. Page gave it as his opinion that the ...

    Article : 271 words
  13. CONDITIONS ON THE RAND.

    At the annual meeting of the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce the president referred to the serious effect of the strike and revolution on industrial economic conditions. ...

    Article : 82 words
  14. WORDS OF WARNING.

    Earl Haig, in accepting the freedom of Leicester, referred to the cutting down of the nation's insurance against foreign aggression, declaring that it was short-sighted to secure ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. IMMIGRATION.

    Referring to recent cable messages commenting on the announcement that the Imperial Government had agreed to finance loans for immigration by guaranteeing one-third of ...

    Article : 462 words
  16. JAPAN'S NAVY.

    A message [?] Tokio says:—The Navy Department has stated that a conference of admirals has decided that the Japanese naval strength allowable under the Washington. ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Arabella Goddard. Mrs. Arabella Goddard Davison was one of the most-talented musicians of her day, and steadily increased her public reputation from ...

    Article : 422 words
  18. OPINIONS OF A NEW ZEALANDER.

    That 99 per cent. of the people in Ireland favour the Irish Free State outlined in the treaty is the opinion of Mr. Hall Skelton, of Auckland, who returned by the Niagara after ...

    Article : 251 words
  19. SPORT ABROAD.

    Judging by George Cook's winding up trials at High Beech, Monday's contest with Joe Beckett will be very interesting form the outset. The general view is that the fight ...

    Article : 590 words
  20. HOBSON'S BAY.

    Though officials of the Australian maritime unions visited the Commonwealth Government line steamer Hobson's Bay while berthed at Port Melbourne to discuss union matters with ...

    Article : 418 words
  21. PETER SEMINOFF.

    When Peter Seminoff, formerly representative in Australia of the Soviet Government, appeared to answer charges resulting from a judgment against him for 500,000 dollars in ...

    Article : 173 words
  22. EX-EMPEROR KARL.

    At Vienna yesterday members of the aristocracy, dignitaries, and generals under the former regime crowded the requiem mass in memory of the ex-Emperor. Subsequently ...

    Article : 115 words
  23. DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY.

    Mr. Harold Cox, editor of the "Edinburgh Review," in an article in the "Sunday Times," asserts that inter-Imperial migration cannot solve the over-population of England ...

    Article : 143 words
  24. BRITISH CABINET.

    Sir W. Sutherland (a Junior Lord of the Treasury) has been appointed Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, in succession to Viscount Peel. ...

    Article : 35 words
  25. CRIMINAL TRIALS.

    The trial has concluded of Ernest Terah Hooley, Thomas Fletcher (ex-Mayor of Derby), John Angus Macdonald (ex-Mayor of [?]keston), Thomas Llewellyn Demery ...

    Article : 284 words
  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Port of London authority announces reductions in charges, [?]ging from 5 to 15 points. These bring the charges to from 85 to 95 per cent. above pre-war charges. ...

    Article : 278 words
  27. EARL READING.

    In a speech at Peshawar, Earl Reading, the Viceroy, announced that the Home Government had informed him that th[?] was no question of impropriety, either personal or on the ...

    Article : 149 words
  28. COLLISION.

    As the result of a collision between a motor car and a motor cycle at the intersection of Bourke and Cleveland streets early yesterday afternoon, four persons were injured. ...

    Article : 229 words
  29. PICNIC TRAGEDY.

    The Killara picnic show at Killara Park on Saturday afternon as marred by the death of Douglas Henderson, 19 years of age, whose horse[?] with him in the hurdle event ...

    Article : 192 words
  30. WOMAN MISSING.

    As the result of a fu[?] search carried out yesterday and the two preceding days, the Manly police have arrived at the opinion that Miss Ruby Beatrice Watson, who has been ...

    Article : 77 words
  31. DESTRUCTIVE[?] CYCLONE.

    A cyclone swept Western Texas and Okla homa. At least 10 people were killed. Heavy damage was cleast to property. ...

    Article : 26 words
  32. FIRE IN BULK STORE.

    A built store at Erski[?]ville, owned and occupied by Biturine Lavers. Ltd., distillers and manufacturers, was, together with a quantity of resin and bi[?] severely damaged ...

    Article : 51 words
  33. CANADIAN DEFENCE.

    The Canadian Government has introduced a bill consolidating control of the military, naval, air, and mounted pol[?] forces under a single department of Defence, following the ...

    Article : 36 words
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