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  2. A GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED.

    The Trades Hall Council to-night considered the two following motions, implying an intention to extend the present strike. They were submitted by the disputes ...

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  3. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    Sir Auckland Geddes (President of the Board of Trade) announced in the House of Commons that the retail price of coal was being raised 6/ next week to meet the Coal Commission's ...

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  4. FEDERAL SESSION.

    When the House of Representatives asembled this afternoon. Mr. Pigott (N.S.W.) pointed out that farmers and pastoralists in districts south of the ...

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  5. WHAT INDIA WANTS.

    Mr. C. Jinarajadasa, M.A., a Cambridge scholar, who is visiting Sydney, yesterday discussed Indian affairs from an-Empire point of view. ...

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  6. PEACE CELEBRATIONS

    In response to numerous requests, and in view of the abatement of the influenza epidemic, the advisory council of the peace celebrations has decided to recognise Sunday, July ...

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  7. STATE GOVERNORS.

    Mr. W. M. M'Pherson (Victorian Treasurer) interviewed Lord Milner (Secretary for the Colonies), and conveyed to him a message from the State Premier that there ...

    Article : 166 words
  8. WAR CORRESPONDENT ENTERTAINED.

    Mr. C. E. W. Bean (official war correspondent and historian with the A.I.F.) was entertained at Farmer's yesterday by the Institute of Journalists. The president (Mr. T. ...

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  9. RATIFIED

    A message from Paris states that the German National Assembly at Weimar has ratified the Peace Treaty. A Copenhagen message states that ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. INFLUENZA.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 191 words
  11. THE R34.

    The official log of the R34 shows that the voyage was quite comfortable. The men worked in shifts of four hours, and slept four hours. Cold meats ...

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  12. OBITUARY.

    After a brief illness, Mr. W. A. Hudson died yesterday at his residence, Cooper-street, Strathfield, from heart failure, at the age of 77 years. For many years he was connected ...

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  13. KAISER'S TRIAL.

    In the House of Commons Mr. Bonar Law stated, on behalf of the Government that every possible step would be taken to prevent the ex-Kaiser's escape. ...

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  14. BUSY THIEVES.

    Unusual activity has been displayed by thieves during the past couple of days, and their field of operations covers a wide area in the city and suburbs. ...

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  15. PROSECUTION ORDERED.

    The Acting Prime Minister, Mr. Watt, late to-night made the following statement:— "An application was made to-day before the President of the Arbitration Court under ...

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  16. PATIENTS FROM THE VENTURA

    When the American mall steamer Ventura put into the quarantine area, before leaving Port Jackson on Wednesday evening, she landed the purser and two passengers, who ...

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  17. TELEPHONES AVAILABLE.

    The Postal Department notifies that from to-day all public telephones in the city area will again be available for public use. ...

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  18. THE VATICAN.

    Mr. Cecil Harmsworth (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State) stated in the House of Commons that Prance had refused diplomatic [?]ations with the Vatican. It had not been ...

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  19. MELBOURNE CASES.

    Deaths in hospital to-day numbered 3, in addition to which there were 8 deaths reported by registrars, including five in the city. Admissions to hospital numbered 123. ...

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  20. TASMANIANS SAIL.

    Carrying 313 returned Tasmanians, including a score of naval men on leave, and manned by a volunteer crew, the steamer Rotomahana sailed this afternoon for the ...

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  21. THE CONSUMER PAYS.

    An increase of 6s per ton in the price of coal was announced in the House of Commons to meet the cost of increased wages. ...

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  22. RAILWAY TIME-TABLE.

    A new railway time-table will be brought into force as from Sunday next. On the southern line, the deviation from Picton to Mittagong, via West Bargo, will be ...

    Article : 285 words
  23. MORE HOUSES.

    Speaking on behalf of the State Government, Mr. D. R. Hall, Attorney-General, said yesterday that a second ballot will be held on Saturday morning, July 26, at the Lands ...

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  24. QUEENSLAND DEATHS.

    Two deaths in St. Lawrence's hospital from influenza with pneumonia, were reported at the Registrar General's office this morning. The total death registration since May 1 ...

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  25. UNITED STATES' PRESIDENT.

    A[?] Bill has been introdueed in the House of Representatives preventing the President leaving the country while holding office. ...

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  26. EMPIRE BONDS.

    The Parliamentary Commercial Committee gave a luncheon to the High Commissioners and the Agents-General. Lord Milner (Colonial Secretary) said it was impossible to ...

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  27. IN THE COUNTRY.

    The influenza epidemic is increasing. There are over 20 cases in the temporary hospital. BROKEN HILL, Thursday. One death from influenza was reported ...

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  28. SOCIETY BEAUTY'S SUICIDE.

    A. sensational West End tragedy is reported, Mrs. Atherton, a famous society beauty, who was divorced in 1916, being found dead in her bedroom with part of her bead blown away ...

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  29. CLOSE PUBLIC HOLIDAY.

    It is the intention of the Commonwealth postal authorities to observe Peace Saturday, July 19, as a close holiday. All post-offices will close as on Sundays, and there will be ...

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  30. SUPPLIES FOR RABAUL.

    The Acting Prime Minister, Mr. Watt, stated to-night that on account of the seamen's strike a very acute situation had developed at Rabaul, where the military ...

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  31. H.M.A.S. SYDNEY NEARING HOME.

    The naval authorities intimate that H.M.S. New Zealand is expected to arrive back at Sydney from Jervis Bay on the morning of July 18 in order to take part in the peace ...

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  32. WORK IN THE TROPICS.

    Reports covering the operations of the Australian Institute of Tropical Medicine at Townsville for the year 1918 were tabled in the House of Representatives by the Minister ...

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  33. IMPERIAL PREFERENCE.

    In the House of Commons, on the Finance Bill, Colonel Wedgwood Benn moved to delete the Imperial Preference provision. Sir Frederick Young strongly supported ...

    Article : 167 words
  34. WAR BURSARIES.

    Speaking yesterday with regard to the provision made by his department for war bursaries for soldiers' children. Mr. James, Minister for Education, said that over ...

    Article : 179 words
  35. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 29 words
  36. DRASTIC RESTRICTIONS.

    From Wednesday next the tram services of the community are to be reduced. No trams will be run after 7 p.m., and the Sunday service will be suspended. Strong ...

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  37. FUNDS WANTED BY Y.M.C.A.

    The honorary treasurers or the Y.M.C.A. Demobilisation Appeal, Messrs. A. W. Meeks, M.L.C., and J. T. Tillock. Bull's-chambers, 14 Moore-street, Sydney, state that as a result ...

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  38. THE ROSS RIFLE.

    The Bisley committee sustained an Australian and Canadian protest against the New Zealanders using the Ross rifle on the ground that the Ross was not a service rifle. ...

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  39. H.M.A.S. PLATYPUS AND SUBMARINES.

    The submarine mother ship Platypus and five gift submarines anchored in Moreton Bay at 3 o'clock this afternoon after a good run down the coast from Thursday Island. They ...

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  40. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Lieutenant G. Carnegie of the 7th Australian Battalion won the sword versus lance championship at the Olympia Military Tournament. ...

    Article : 161 words
  41. NEWCASTLE WORKERS INDIGNANT.

    At a meeting of the Iron and Steel Industry Employees Protective Association reference was made by the secretary. Mr. F. N. Wiggins, to the closing down of the steel ...

    Article : 231 words
  42. ARBITRATION—OR WHAT?

    The Melbourne Trades Hall Council has decided to forward the following motion and amendment on the question of arbitration to the various unions for consideration:— ...

    Article : 95 words
  43. THE LABOUR PARTY.

    A circular was issued yesterday on behalf of the A.L.P. executive referring to the Congress of Trades-unions convened for August 2 by the extremist section of the Labour ...

    Article : 147 words
  44. CASUALTIES.

    Alfred Fletcher (64), a plumber, living in Blue's Point-road, North Sydney, was working on a ladder at Dalgety and Company's bond store at Miller's Point on Wednesday, ...

    Article : 113 words
  45. MAY TRADE UNDER LICENSE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 101 words
  46. TRADE WITH FRANCE.

    Mr. Hughes, in the course of an interview with a representative of the "Le Journal," said: "There is an important vacancy in Australia formerly occupied by German trade. We ...

    Article : 61 words
  47. PROHIBITED PUBLICATIONS.

    By a notice in the "Commonwealth Gazette" issued to-day the Federal Ministry prohibits the importation into or distribution in Australia of 58 specific publications, ...

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  48. HOLIDAY RESORTS.

    Writing with regard to the announcement that the newly-constructed railway deviation between Picton and Mittagong will be opened on Sunday next, Mr. Edwin Geach says that ...

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  49. COAL COMMISSION.

    Giving evidence yesterday before the Coal Commission, Mr. John Durie, manager of the Zig-Zag colliery, Lithgow, said there had been no shortage of labour at the colliery ...

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  50. SHORTAGE OF REFRIGERATED SPACE.

    The Minister for Customs, Mr. Massy Greene, when questioned last night regarding the position created by the congestion of the cool stores for meat, and the lack of ...

    Article : 153 words
  51. SENATOR PEARCE'S WORK.

    Senator Pearce, after a conference with Generals Birdwood, Monash, and Griffiths, decided to amalgamate the demobilisation and administrative sections in September under a ...

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  52. COMMERCIAL ALCOHOL.

    A syndicate representing a large amount of Australian capital proposes to start an industry in Papua for the manufacture of commercial alcohol from sorghum. Senator ...

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  53. COST OF LIVING.

    The official monthly statement of the cost of living in New South Wales shows that the prices of meat during June were 73.0 per cent higher than in July, 1914 (the month ...

    Article : 112 words
  54. THE CONFERENCE.

    After the compulsory conference on Monday Mr. T. Walsh, secretary of the Seamen's Union, made a statement relative to the proceedings. The Shipping Controlle[?], Rear-Admiral Sir ...

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  55. TIMBER YARD DESTROYED.

    A fire broke out at the timber yard of James King and Son, timber merchants and [?]ronmongers, at Hindmarsh, near the city and practically the whole of the ...

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  56. RETURN OF MR. MASSEY.

    Mr. Massey (Premier, of New Zealand), in the course of an interview, said he was generally satisfied with the peace terms. Some of the articles might possibly be improved. ...

    Article : 67 words
  57. COONAMBLE SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    The Minister for Education stated yesterday that the Government had decided to come to the relief of the committeemen of the Coonamble School of Arts, against whom a ...

    Article : 93 words
  58. BUILDERS' LABOURERS.

    The Builders' Labourers' Union, which has been on strike for over six weeks for an increase of wages from 12s to 14s a day, has commenced the service of an amended log ...

    Article : 68 words
  59. BROKEN HILL STRIKE.

    The committee of the Social Democratic Club has decided that the members of the Trades and Trades Labourers' Union, many of whom have returned to work, should not ...

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  60. WON MILITARY MEDAL.

    Private Trevor W. Harris, of the 1st Pioneers, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Harris, of Doodson-avenue, Lidcombe, and late of South Gundagai Public School, has just received ...

    Article : 57 words
  61. RETURNED MEN AND ARMY RESERVE.

    Returned soldiers are displaying keen interest in the Australian Army Reserve, the strength of which is now 33,000. During June 3000 men joined the reserve. ...

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  62. ENEMY ALIENS IN U.S.A.

    A meesage from Washington says the Department of Justice has released all Germans and Austrians whose parole was accepted in [?] of internment. ...

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