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  2. UPPER HOUSE.

    Two days ago it was announced that the exccutive of the New South Wales branch of the Australian Labour Party had decided to call for nominations from members of the movement ...

    Article : 258 words
  3. THE POLES.

    The Polish Minister in London, in the course of an interview, said: The position is certainly critical, but obviously the inspired rumour that the ...

    Article : 223 words
  4. CENSURE MOTION.

    Proceedings in the House of Representatives this morning were full of interest, and an important announcement on industrial policy was made by the Prime Minister. ...

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  5. THE PRINCE.

    The weather was fine though the sky was overcast during the greater part of the welcome ceremony at Northam. There was a leep background of people outside the ...

    Article : 790 words
  6. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    Steps are being taken by members of the Commonwealth Parliament who are determined to secure the establishment of the Commonwealth capital at Canberra to place ...

    Article : 184 words
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  8. MILLIONS LOST.

    Over £10,000,000 has been directly lost to Australia as a result of the Broken Hill strike. It is estimated that this enormous sum ...

    Article : 487 words
  9. MILITARISM. GERMANY'S MILLION SOLDIERS.

    A communique from Spa states: The conference met this afternoon to receive the German reply in regard to the surrender of material and the reduction of effectives under ...

    Article : 806 words
  10. RUSSIA.

    In the House of Commons, replying to Commander Kenworthy, Mr. Walter Long (First Lord of the Admiralty) said that the British Naval Mission which [?] ...

    Article : 206 words
  11. TRAM COLLISION.

    Seven people were injured in a tram collision that occurred in George-street West, near Abercrombie-street, last night. One of them, Mrs. Emily Meems, of Premier-street, ...

    Article : 220 words
  12. MINERS' DISEASES.

    The technical commission appointed to inquire into dust conditions and the morbidity of workers in the Brokon Hill mines will meet on Monday morning finally to adopt its ...

    Article : 138 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN TARIFF.

    Mr. Theodore, Premier of Queensland, has returned from Paris General Pau and other members of the French Mission who visited Australia entertained Mr. Theodore on ...

    Article : 249 words
  14. BRITAIN'S TAXES.

    Lord Middleton, in the House of Lords, drew attention to the great increase in the estimated normal revenue, and moved a resolution to the effect that it was incumbent on the ...

    Article : 81 words
  15. DAY LABOUR.

    At a meeting of the A.L.P. executive yesterday the following motion was carried:— "That in view of the fact that the Water and Sewerage Board is still carrying out ...

    Article : 76 words
  16. IRELAND.

    Military Sergeant Reilly, the principal witness in a murder trial at Armagh, following a policeman's death, was kidnapped in a street. A search has failed to disclose his ...

    Article : 67 words
  17. FAREWELL MATCH.

    To-day at the Agricultural Ground the English Rugby League footballers will play their last match of the tour in Australia. Although the rubber has been won by Australia the ...

    Article : 164 words
  18. CANADIAN PREMIERSHIP.

    Sir Thomas White, Minister of Finance, unexpectedly refused the Premiership. Sir Robert Borden is offering it to Mr. Arthur Meighen (Minister of the Interior), who, it ...

    Article : 36 words
  19. PROHIBITION.

    At the Rechabite Hall yesterday afternoon the members of the Women's prohibition campaign movement met under the presidency of Mrs. Edgeworth David. This body ...

    Article : 197 words
  20. MINERS' CONFERENCE.

    The Miners' Conference passed a resolution advising delegates to the forthcoming Trades Congress that unless the Government withdraws troops from Ireland, and ceases the ...

    Article : 77 words
  21. RECORD FLIGHTS. SYDNEY TO BRISBANE IN NINE HOURS.

    At 7.55 a.m. yesterday, in bright sunshine, an aeroplane gracefully cleared the Mascot aerodrome for a flight direct to Brisbane. It arrived there shortly before 5 p.m. ...

    Article : 335 words
  22. WHEAT POOL.

    Among the questions which the Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, will put before the Premiers when they meet him on July 16 is the future of the wheat pool. The ...

    Article : 238 words
  23. STEAMERS HELD UP.

    The Federated Seamen's Union officially announced yesterday that the decision not to man vessels whose accommodation was not up to the standard demanded by the union ...

    Article : 127 words
  24. ZIONIST CONFERENCE.

    The World Zionist Conference has been opened in London with 250 delegates in attendance. The principal subjects for discussion are the colonisation of Palestine, and ...

    Article : 177 words
  25. PRIVATE RAILWAYS.

    A strong protest against the continuance of the privately-owned railways in the South Maitland colliery districts was made by deputation to the Premier yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 323 words
  26. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES.

    The Railway Commissioners will meet the Amalgamated Railway and Tramway Service Association in a round table conference on Monday next, at 11.30 a.m. ...

    Article : 129 words
  27. ECONOMY.

    Mr. T. Henley, M.L.A., one of the suburban members of the Metropolitan Board of Water Supply and Sewerage, has sent out to the whole of the suburban councils and shires—68 ...

    Article : 773 words
  28. AMRITSAR RIOTS.

    In the House of Commons, replying to Sir W. Joynson Hicks, in regard to the case of General Dyer, who was commander of the troops during the Amritsar riots, Mr. ...

    Article : 179 words
  29. PROHIBITED TRADES.

    A recent proclamation, divested of its verbiage, and recovered from the obscurity of the "Government Gazette," discloses an interesting phase of the operations of the new ...

    Article : 369 words
  30. I.W.W. PRISONERS.

    The last witness it is proposed to call was heard yesterday by Mr. Justice Ewing, of Tasmania, who is inquiring as a Royal Commission into the conviction of the 12 I.W.W. ...

    Article : 297 words
  31. TURKISH TREATY.

    An official communique from Spa says: The Allied Conference this morning examined the Turkish observations on the Peace Treaty. The conference agreed that it was impossible ...

    Article : 105 words
  32. SYDNEY-MELBOURNE.

    In an attempt to make a one-day flight from Sydney to Melbourne Mr. C. J. de Garls left the Mascot aerodrome yesterday morning at 7 o'clock, piloted by Lieutenant Briggs. ...

    Article : 109 words
  33. THE EX-PRISONER.

    To meet a man at the gate as he emerges from prison, take him by the hand, and help him to look the world squarely in the face again is the noble mission which the ...

    Article : 469 words
  34. MELBOURNE TO BRISBANE.

    Captain Roy King has completed the last stage of his flight from Melbourne to Brisbane in a Sopwith Gnu 'plane. He left Warwick at 11 o'clock this morning, and arrived at ...

    Article : 75 words
  35. OVERSEA TRADE.

    Mr. F. G. Kellaway, Parliamentary Secretary to the Department of Overseas Trade it addressing a representative assemblage of British exporters, said that without the great ...

    Article : 252 words
  36. POLITICIANS' SALARIES.

    Questioned in the House of Commons as to whether the Australian and Canadian example would be followed of raising politicians' salaries and allowing them a free railway pass, ...

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  37. SINN FEIN.

    Bendigo presidents have been disturbed this week by the performance on Saturday last of a play entitled "Advance Australia," written by Father J. J. Kennedy. The ...

    Article : 336 words
  38. EMBARGO REMOVED.

    Exporters of sheepskins will be interested to learn that from now on they will be able to resume operations. For several years they have been prevented from doing so owing to ...

    Article : 80 words
  39. FORESTRY.

    Lord Lovat, in his opening address at the Imperial Forestry Conference in the Guildhall, pointed out that while Britain and America had taken the smallest interest ...

    Article : 96 words
  40. PORT JACKSON.

    In the House of Representatives this week Lieutenant-Commander Walter Marks asked the Minister for the Navy (Sir Joseph Cook) if his attention had been drawn to the ...

    Article : 188 words
  41. WOOL SALES.

    Under date of July 8, Sir John Higgins, chairman of the Central Wool Committee, received the following cablegram from the Director-General of Raw Materials, ...

    Article : 138 words
  42. DISASTER IN HUNGARY.

    Budapest reports state that 210 people were killed by a dynamite explosion in a coalmine. The shaft collapsed and nearly all below ...

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  43. COST OF LIVING IN U.S.A.

    The Washington correspondent of the United Press states that Mr. J. E. Weatherley of the Justice Department, who is an economic expert, forecasts an addition of ...

    Article : 63 words
  44. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A Berlin report states ti[?] o[?]d [?] occurred in Karluruhe. One woman was killed and several seriously injured. In the play off of the tie for the French ...

    Article : 69 words
  45. ANGLO-GREEK CAMPAIGN.

    A message from Athens says the Greeks have occupied Erussa. ...

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