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  2. DARG ENDS.

    The "darg" system, which has been in operation for over two weeks at all of the South Coast mines, has come to a sudden termination. ...

    Article : 183 words
  3. BOLSHEVISM. BRISBANE OUTBREAK

    An officer of high standing in the military forces, and one whose influence last night was very great in preventing more bloodshed than actually occurred, summed up the whole ...

    Article : 321 words
  4. INFLUENZA. EPIDEMIC'S FIRM HOLD.

    Three more deaths were reported during the 24 hours ended 8 p.m. yesterday. Two occurred at the Coast Hospital, and one at Sydney Hospital. The names of the victims were:— ...

    Article : 450 words
  5. LATE CABLE NEWS. AUSTRIA- HUNGARY.

    The proclamation of a Soviet Republic in Hungary creates a precarious situation in Roumania, and in the new Czecho-Slovak State. The Soviets in a manifesto appeal ...

    Article : 212 words
  6. HUNGARIAN REVOLT BOLSHEVISM MARCHES WEST

    Communists in Budapest disarmed 247 Entente troops, and the Entente Mission has departed. The new Hungarian Government has appealed to the Russian Bolsheviks for armed intervention against ...

    Article : 100 words
  7. GERMAN THREATS.

    A report from Paris says it is understood that the Allies intend to despatch to Danzig, General Heller's Polish troops, which comprised two divisions fighting with ...

    Article : 96 words
  8. EXPEDITING PEACE.

    The "New York Times" correspondent in Paris states that in order, to expedite the business of the Peace Conference the principal matters will ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. POLISH BOUNDARIES.

    The Council of Ten is still labouring over the Polish frontiers. The findings of the Polish Commission are not altogether acceptable to some members of the Supreme ...

    Article : 170 words
  10. PROHIBITION.

    The Rev. R. B. S. Hammond, president, and Mr. James Marlon, general secretary, of the N.S.W. Alliance, who on Saturday leave for America to take part in an international, ...

    Article : 380 words
  11. MONITORS STEAM FOR BUDAPEST.

    Despatches from Belgrade received in Washington state that the Hungarian Bolsheviks have declared hostilities against the Entente Powers. ...

    Article : 390 words
  12. WHAT CAN GERMANY PAY?

    Lengthy conversations between Mr. Lloyd George, M. Clemenceau, and President Wilson were held yesterday regarding extremely delicate questions confronting ...

    Article : 252 words
  13. PEACE CONFERENCE

    The League of Nations Commission has received 35 amendments, of which 25 are from neutrals in the nature of suggestions, chiefly in the direction of securing clearer ...

    Article : 339 words
  14. HOTELS CLOSED.

    After a meeting of the State Cabinet this morning a pronouncement was made on behalf of the Government by the Acting Prem[?], Mr. Theodore. He said that the Government ...

    Article : 954 words
  15. A TOY ARMY.

    Details of the terms of preliminary peace as far as they are known will leave Germany with a toy army, navy, and general staffs. The great, war school is to be swept away, ...

    Article : 609 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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  17. EFFECT UPON GERMANY.

    The developments in Hungary have caused a deep impression in Germany, It is hoped the arrival of food, which has begun, will maintain quiet. ...

    Article : 109 words
  18. VICTORIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 32 words
  19. BOTHA'S POSITION.

    In the course of the debate on Supply in the Assembly the question was raised of General Botha's position at the Peace Conference. Some members expressed anxiety lest ...

    Article : 130 words
  20. COMMONWEALTH LINE

    It is officially stated that the Commonwealth Shipping line intends trading permanently. Further snillngs from British and other ports will be announced shortly. ...

    Article : 104 words
  21. DOCTORS INFECTED.

    It is understood that a number of medical men in Sydney are at present suffering from influenza. Owing to the fact that in each case the patient is being nursed at his own ...

    Article : 62 words
  22. EGYPTIAN TROUBLE SUBSIDING.

    Lord Curzon announced in the House of Lords that the situation in Egypt was less anxious. Mobs in Upper Egypt had torn up the railways and cut down the telegraph ...

    Article : 220 words
  23. BRITAIN'S LABOUR CRISIS.

    The prospect of national strikes is less threatening, though 5000 miners in the Rhondda Valley declined their leaders' advice and struck for the Federation's full ...

    Article : 341 words
  24. PAPER AND HOTELS.

    The manufacture of paper and the management of first-class hotols, as diverse subjects as one could possibly imagine, were what Mr. Wm. Tilley, who has just returned from a ...

    Article : 501 words
  25. VESSELS IN QUARANTINE.

    The A.M.S. Sonoma and the steamer Jacox, which arrived from San Francisco yesterday, were quarantined on arrival. The steamers Rakanoa and Wanaka, which arrived from ...

    Article : 66 words
  26. RACIAL EQUALITY.

    The Chief of the Japanese Press Bureau attached to the Peace Delegation, in an interview, said the idea of the Japanese in seeking to amend the League Covenant was to ...

    Article : 164 words
  27. DEATH AT PORT PIRIE.

    Port Pirie reports that 138 cases of influenza have occurred there to date. Another death occurred this morning at the isolation hospital. ...

    Article : 28 words
  28. LONDON TO INDIA.

    A Paris message states that British, French, Italian, Belgian, Swiss, Servian, Roumanian, and Greek diplomatic and technical delegates are considering the construction of a new ...

    Article : 85 words
  29. ANOTHER DEATH AT NEWCASTLE.

    The fourth death from pneumonic influenza in Newcastle since its outbreak occurred at the Waratah Infectious Diseases Hospital this morning. The victim was a child named ...

    Article : 71 words
  30. PRISONER DEVELOPS THE DISEASE.

    A prisoner who arrived from Long Bay, and was placed in Grafton Gaol, developed pneumonic Influenza. The Mayor wired a strong protest against the authorities sending ...

    Article : 52 words
  31. INTERNED ALIENS.

    Lord Jersey, in the House of Lords, foreshadowed a drastic expulsion of interned aliens. These number now 6000, of whom 4000 probably desire to remain. Lord ...

    Article : 78 words
  32. EASTERN EUROPE.

    The Siberians carried out a successful offensive west of the Urals, driving back the Bolsheviks 30 miles, and capturing towns and villages 50 miles south-west of Perm. ...

    Article : 38 words
  33. PRELIMINARY PEACE A REAL PEACE.

    The special correspondent of the Australian Press Association in Paris telegraphed on March 10 that Colonel House (American delegate), in the course of an interview, said the ...

    Article : 125 words
  34. NURSES WANTED.

    The Red Cross Society invites applications by 15 to 20 trained nurses willing to accept paid positions under the society for duty in connection with the influenza outbreak. ...

    Article : 41 words
  35. SOUTH AFRICAN MINES.

    A Johannesburg message states:—Speaking at the annual meeting of the Chamber of Mines, the president said the industrial atmosphere was better in most industries of ...

    Article : 191 words
  36. FRENCH MISSION.

    The High Commissioner (Mr. Fisher) banqueted General Pau and other members of the French Mission at Australia House. Among those present were Major-General Hobbs, Mr. ...

    Article : 187 words
  37. LABOUR PAPER ATTACKED.

    After the meeting a large crowd made its way to the "Daily Standard" Labour newspaper offices in Edward-street. Windows were broken and several revolver shots were fired, ...

    Article : 108 words
  38. CONTROL OF NAURU.

    The proposal whereby the British Delegation sought to Bottle the administration of Nauru by Britain, Australia, and New Zealand sharing it equally is strongly ...

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  39. SOLDIERS' DEMAND.

    Despite heavy rain, an enormously-attended public meeting, under the auspices of the Returned Soldiers' League, was held in Albert Square to-night. Major Taylor presided. A ...

    Article : 241 words
  40. SOUTH AFRICA.

    A Maritzburg message states that considerable agitation prevalls in Natal against the Enemy Repatriation Bill, which is regarded as totally Inadequate. Protest meetings are being ...

    Article : 232 words
  41. AMERICA AND THE LEAGUE.

    The Pan-American Union has requested the American delegates in Paris to insist upon the insertion of a clause in the League of Nations safeguarding the Monroo doctrine by allowing ...

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  42. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    A hastily-summoned meeting of returned soldiers, held at the Residential Club this morning, vigorously discussed the situation which has arison in Brisbane through the ...

    Article : 387 words
  43. FUTURE OF SYRIA.

    President Wilson, Mr. Lloyd George, and M. Clemenceau discussed the Syrian question without reaching a decision in regard to a mandatory. Much difficulty was encountered ...

    Article : 119 words
  44. GIFT SUBMARINES.

    The six submarines of the most modern type—J1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, the gift of Britain to Australia, in recognition of the intimate co-operation between the Australian and ...

    Article : 44 words
  45. BRITISH TRANSPORT POLICY.

    The principal opposition to the Ways and Communications Bill, the second reading of which was carried in the House of Commons last week, emanated from representatives of ...

    Article : 149 words
  46. GENERAL CABLES.

    It is anticipated that the new Budget will increase the duties on wines, spirits, and beer. The Military Commander in Ireland has ...

    Article : 41 words
  47. GERMAN SHIPS LEAVE PORT.

    An Amsterdam report says 14 German ships have sailed from German ports for England. ...

    Article : 18 words
  48. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Government has abandoned all restrictions on new capital issues for domestic purposes. Restrictions will continue on investments outside the United Kingdom, except ...

    Article : 69 words
  49. WELL-KNOWN GRAZIED KILLED.

    Mr. Arthur Grainger, of the St. Clair Estate, a well-known grazier, and who had been prominent in the commercial and public life of Singleton for many yours, was killed on his ...

    Article : 47 words
  50. BRITISH LIBERALISM.

    A Joint committee, which has been aiming at uniting the coalition and non-coalition Liberals, has disgreed. Non-coalitionists insited on maintaining their identity, and the ...

    Article : 33 words
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