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  2. IRELAND.

    Mr. W. Copeland Trimble, a prominent newspaper owner, of Enniskillen. County Fermanagh, and a member of the U[?]ster Un[?]onist Council, who is on a private visit ...

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  3. TWO VACANCIES.

    With two vacant seats in the Legislative Assembly, and both of them on the Ministerial side of the House, the Government is in a delicate position. These seats have to be ...

    Article : 764 words
  4. TO FIGHT DROUGHT.

    It is unlikely that the elaborate scheme for the conservation of fodder to assist primary producers to fight droughts, prepared by the committee recently appointed. will be ...

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  5. EMPIRE CONFERENCE.

    Ear[?] Curzon (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) and Mr. Winston Churchill (Secretary for Colonies) addressed the conference of Empire Prime Ministers to-day. All anxieties about the Prime Ministers committing the dominions to Empire ...

    Article : 81 words
  6. KING IN BELFAST.

    The King and Queen received a tremendous welcome on their arrival in Belfast yesterday. Steamers in port joined in a noisy siren chorus as the fleet entered the harbour. The streets ...

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  7. TIME OF STRESS.

    The Premier, Mr. H. N. Barwell, addressing a Liberal Union meeting at Burra last night, was outspoken regarding the prevailing industrial situation. He said a period of stress ...

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  8. LATE CABLE NEWS

    The bank rate, which was reduced to 6½ per cent. at the end of April, has been further reduced to 6 per cent. ...

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  9. SHANTUNG.

    A report from Peking says the Foreign Minister, Mr. Yen, stated: China believes there is no occasion for opening negotiations with Japan relative to the restoration of ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. (COPYRIGHT-AUSTRALIAN PRESS ASSOCIATIONS.)

    The Empire Conference continues to attract public attention and be given prominence in the newspapers. The Ministers' speeches were printed verbati[?] in some Journals, the ...

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  11. ADMIRAL SIMS RETURNS.

    Admiral Sims. who was recalled from his holiday in England by the Navy Department owing to a speech he made, has arrived. Extraordinary precautions were taken to ...

    Article : 68 words
  12. DEPRESSION IN U.S.A.

    Mr. Mark Sheldon, Commonwealth Commissioner in the United States, has returned from Washington. He found the keenest interest being taken in the Imperial Conference, also ...

    Article : 128 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN ENGINEER IN AMERICA.

    Charles L. Terry, of Sydney, who graduated in civil engineering at the Troy Polytechnic, is one, of the eight chosen by the combined engineering faculties of America for the ...

    Article : 39 words
  14. BUYING A MINE.

    The coal mine committee of the City Council yesterday decided to ask four owners of developed mines it they would publicly submit offers that had been made secretly to the ...

    Article : 258 words
  15. BRITISH COAL.

    Since the New Year seventy million working days have been lost owing to labour disputes. For the first time in the history at industry in Britain not a single blast ...

    Article : 271 words
  16. THE DOCKYARDS.

    Mr. Robert Farquhar, Director of Commonwealth Shipbuilding, and chairman of the board recently appointed by the Federal Ministry to control shipbuilding establishments. ...

    Article : 297 words
  17. CANASTOTA.

    The U. S. and A. [?]ne steamer Canastota, whica was reported yesterday to be overdue on n voyage from Sydney to Wellington, is still unreported. ...

    Article : 235 words
  18. ARMS FOR IRELAND).

    A message from Norfolk (Virginia) says the Department of Justice has ordered the steame[?] Eastside to be held pending an investigation into the alleged conspiracy to ship a number ...

    Article : 54 words
  19. ITALIAN DEPUTIES.

    A message from Rome states that following a conflict in the Chamber of Deputies between Fascisti deputies and the Socialists. Signor G[?]olitti (Premier) requested Signor ...

    Article : 62 words
  20. COMMONWELTH LINE.

    Mr. Herbert Larkin (manager of the Commonwealth Line) emphatically denies the Melbourne report that he had a stormy interview with Mr. Hughes. For a considerable ...

    Article : 217 words
  21. NAVAL DEFENCE.

    The Australian Press Association learns that it is probable that naval defence will not be determined at this conference. The military defence policy possibly will be determined, ...

    Article : 132 words
  22. NAVAL WARFARE.

    A report from Hampton Roads states that American naval planes sank the former German submarine U117 in a test air raid to settle the controversy over the usefulness of planes ...

    Article : 140 words
  23. A SCHOONER'S FATE.

    Practically all hope for the safety of the American schooner Harvester, which is 231 days out on a voyage from Vavau to San Francisco, has been abandoned. ...

    Article : 84 words
  24. COMRADESHIP.

    Major-General Bra[?]nd, officer commanding the First Division, visited Singleton and inspected the drill hall and also the Soldiers' Club, He was welcomed by the municipal ...

    Article : 233 words
  25. NO COMMUNISM.

    The Labour Conference, sitting in Brighton, rejected a proposal to allow the Communists to affiliate with the Labour party. Mr. Herbert Smith (president of the ...

    Article : 85 words
  26. THE OVERLANDERS.

    Interesting souvenirs of the disaster which befell Mr. Brands Birtles during his inspection of the route for the north-south railway were brought to Melbourne to-day by Mr. W. ...

    Article : 186 words
  27. EMPIRE TRADE.

    The Empire Producers' Union gave a luncheon to Mr. W. M. Hughes. The chairman (Mr. Ben Morgan) denounced the cosmopolitan section of Londoners who were ...

    Article : 176 words
  28. JAPANESE TREATY.

    Mr. Bertram L. Simpson, political adviser to China, whose nom-de-plume is Putnam Weale in an interview with the Australian Associated Press on the effects resulting to ...

    Article : 343 words
  29. ORIENTALS.

    At a meeting at Denver the American Federation of Labour carried a resolution favouring the total exclusion of Japanese and other Orientals from America. It instructed the ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. SHIPPING MYSTERY.

    Further examination of me records le[?] the Commerce Department to believe that live cargo ships have mysteriously disappeared, three of them having, as already ...

    Article : 257 words
  31. A DISUSED WELL.

    A resident of Burra, named Alfred Lawn, was standing in his stockyard talking to his wife, who was a few yards away, when he suddenly disappeared into the earth. His ...

    Article : 121 words
  32. DIVORCED DUKE.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" Paris correspondent reports that an Anglican clergyman refused to perform the religious ceremony of the marriage for the Duke of Westminster and ...

    Article : 59 words
  33. MR. CLAUDE BANTOCK.

    Mr. Claude Bantock, a popular musical comedy artist, died in a private hospital today. The passing hence of this popular artist ...

    Article : 260 words
  34. DISARMAMENT.

    The "New [?]ork Tribune's" Washington correspondent states f[?]atly that President Harding will not call a disarmament conference until there is a thorough understanding that a very ...

    Article : 133 words
  35. MOUNT MORGAN EMPLOYEES.

    Something in the nature of a conferenc[?] of representatives of the combined unions, to which employees of the Mount Morgan Co. belong, was held yesterday. when the ...

    Article : 105 words
  36. LOYAL TOAST.

    LONDON, June 23. The newspapers give prominence to a characteristic incident at the Empire producers' lunch. When the toast of the King was ...

    Article : 98 words
  37. POLO.

    In the second polo test match America defeated England by 10 goals to 6. The latter again missed chances through bad shooting. [It was not considered likely that England ...

    Article : 160 words
  38. NORTHERN TERRITORY HOTELS.

    Fifteen tenders have been received for the control of the four hotels in the Northern Territory at present controlled by the Federal Government. Eight of these tenders were ...

    Article : 84 words
  39. AMERICAN NAVY.

    Mr. E. Denby (Secretary for the Navy) has announced a reorganisation of the Atlantic and Pacific fleets whereby a preponderance of super-dreadnoughts will be located in the ...

    Article : 104 words
  40. CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

    In the House of Commons Mr. M[?]nro moved the second reading of the Church of Scotland Bill, which aims at union to terminate ecclestastical rivalry. He said the ...

    Article : 129 words
  41. CARPENTIER AND DEMPSEY.

    A message from Jersey City says that the State Boxing Commission has announced that Harry Artle will refere[?] the Dempsey-Carpentier f[?]ght. ...

    Article : 107 words
  42. PLAGUE IN RUSSIA.

    A message from Holsingfors states that acrording to a report received by the panRussian Health Congress in Moscow, p[?]ague is rapidly spreading in South-east Russia, from ...

    Article : 75 words
  43. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    M. Clemenceau, formerly Premier of France, visited Oxford and received an honorary degree of Doctor. Ayr beat the New Zealand team of bowlers ...

    Article : 63 words
  44. PRISONER ESCAPES.

    The local pollce yesterday afternoon arrested a young man named William Lawrence, 22, on a charge of committing a forgery. He was placed in the lock-up, but later, while ...

    Article : 62 words
  45. PRINCE'S BIRTHDAY.

    His Excellency the Governor-General has sent the following message to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales:—"Australia remembers with pride and pleasure your Royal ...

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