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  2. GERMAN INTERNEES.

    We have beon handed a statement by Messrs. Brookfield, M.L.A., and E. E. Judd, alleging ill-treatment by the military authorities of certain German internees whilst ...

    Article : 153 words
  3. PEACE CONFERENCE.

    The League of Nations covenant has been received with so little definite criticism that we are forced to one of two conclusions— either that it is an unexpectedly successful ...

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  4. KAISER'S TRIAL.

    A report from Berlin says German Government circles protest that international law does not justify the Allies' proposal to try the Kaiser. They consider the proposal a belated ...

    Article : 77 words
  5. LATE CABLE NEWS. PEACE TERMS.

    Yielding to strong pressure against the exclusion of the Press at the handing over of the terms, the Council of Three visited Versailles and decided to provide seats for 25 ...

    Article : 90 words
  6. COAL INQUIRY.

    Mr. J. L, Campbell, K.C., Royal Commissioner, continued his inquiry yesterday into the coal industry of New-South Wales. Mr. J. A. Browne, M.L.C., arid Mr. Weston ...

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  7. MINES CLOSED.

    All the mines except the North and British are absolutely closed down. Those named will probably be closed to-morrow. The engine-drivers refuse to lower the ...

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  8. BULGARS REVOLT.

    Reports from Sofia state that a revolution has broken out, and sanguinary fighting is expected. A Soviet Government has been ...

    Article : 38 words
  9. "A GOOD PEACE" ITALIANS RETURN TO PARIS

    The Peace Treaty will be handed to the German clelegates on Wednesday at 2.15 p.m. Another report gives the hour as 3 ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. HUMBLE PIE FOR HUNGARY.

    The Roumanians entered the suburbs of Budapest, and probably now occupy the entire city, whence they can operate against the Bolsheviks in any dir[?]tion. ...

    Article : 85 words
  11. SUBDUING MUNICH.

    A report from Copenhagen states that 150 were killed, 600 wounded, and 5000 arrested during and after the capture of Munich, Levien escaped in an aeroplane, but was arrested ...

    Article : 129 words
  12. FRENCH AND KITCHENER.

    Lord French's history of the campaign of 1914 reveals that Earl Kitchener went to Paris on September 1, and adopted the tone of supreme commander. He announced his ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. WHARF RIOTS.

    Several hundred returned soldiers attended a noisy meeting convened by the eexcutive of R.S.A, Perth, last night to consider the lumpers' trouble. Colonel Pope was elected ...

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  14. SOLDIER SALESMEN

    A deputation, representing a new organisation, known as the Late A.I.F. Auctioneers, Real Estate, Stock, and General Commission Agents' Association of New South Wales, was ...

    Article : 435 words
  15. SYLVIA PANKHURST AGIAN.

    Sylvia Pankhurst was charged at the Bowstreet Court with obstructing the police in Bow-street She claimed the right to enter the House of Commons. Mounted police ...

    Article : 106 words
  16. UNREST IN INDIA.

    The Press Bureau has issued a report from the [?]iceroy of India, dated April 23. It states that in the Punjab a strike was reported in Gogra and Lya[?]pur. Martial ...

    Article : 217 words
  17. ARCHANGEL FRONT.

    General Ironsides, reports that the Bolshevik bombardment of Vaga (south of Archangel), prior to the recent attack, lasted several hours. The dugouts withstood the sheiling, ...

    Article : 271 words
  18. PROF. DAVID.

    The following letter, received by the warden from Brigadier-General Biddulph,, Inspector of Mines, General Headquarters, British Armies in France, was read at the last meeting of ...

    Article : 203 words
  19. CLEMENCEAU OPTIMISTIC

    The French Cabinet has reviewed the essential clauses in the Treaty. M. Clemenceau subsequently informed a French interviewer that he believed it would be a ...

    Article : 280 words
  20. MORE STRIKE TALK.

    A Paris message states that a mass meeting, mostly of railway men, discussed the possibility of a general strike as a protest against police intervention on May Day. ...

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  21. TERMINAL SILO.

    The erection of the terminal wheat silo at White Bay, on Glebe Island, Balmain, is progressing in a manner officially regarded as satisfactory. Already an area of 100 yards ...

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  22. FOOTBALL IN FRANCE.

    Twelve-thousand people were present at the Rugby football match between France and New Zealand, including Mr. Hughes and Sir Robert Garran. ...

    Article : 90 words
  23. POSTPONED.

    At a special meeting of the Australian Jockey Club, held yesterday afternoon, it was decided that, in view of the possibility of the restrictions in connection with the influenza, ...

    Article : 138 words
  24. BREACH OF 'A' BOND

    In the claim against the Waterside Workers' Federation for a breach of the bond given in the Arbitration Court last year, reserved Judgment was delivered by Mr. Justice Hodges in ...

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  25. COAL TRADE. ANOTHER CONFERENCE TO-DAY.

    A conference between representatives of the Australasian Coal and Shale Employees' Federation will be held this afternoon, when the tentative agreement drawn up in ...

    Article : 107 words
  26. REBATES OPPOSED.

    A deputation of Australian merchants interviewed Mr. Larkin (manager of the Commonwealth line), and proposed that he should bring the Commonwealth line and the ...

    Article : 136 words
  27. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Minister for Health, referring to the epidemic said:—"As soon as the quarantine. stations are up to the point where a ship's crew and a fair number of passengers can be ...

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  28. GERMANS IMPATIENT.

    Berlin newspapers state that the German delegates at a meeting on Sunday carried a resolution to present an ultimatum to the Entente threatening to leave Paris ...

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  29. WHEELERS' DEMANDS.

    Fresh developments bave occurred in the coal position in the Maitland field, which may have the effect of causing trouble. A number of demands have been made by Bections of the ...

    Article : 149 words
  30. WESTERN LANDS.

    Further evidence was taken yesterday by the Royal Commissioners, Messrs. G. H. Knibb[?], C.M.G., H. A. G. Curry, and H. O. Allan, appointed to inquire into the incidence ...

    Article : 652 words
  31. BELGIUM WILL SIGN.

    The Belgium Crown Council has agreed to sign the Peace Treaty. ...

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  32. PRINCESS MARY.

    The "Daily Express" announces that Princess Mary is betrothed to the Earl of Dalkeith. [Princess Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary is ...

    Article : 187 words
  33. U-BOAT VICTIMS.

    An Amsterdam message states that the International Congress of Transport Workers unanimously adopted resolutions urging the German representatives to induce their ...

    Article : 71 words
  34. RUGBY LEAGUE.

    Mr. H. R. Miller, secretary of the New South Wales Rugby League, has received a communication, dated February 20, from Mr. J. Platt secretary of the English Northern ...

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  35. SOUTH COAST MINES RESUME.

    With the exception of the Corrimal and Scarborough Tunnel mines, all the collerios resumed work this morning under the new conditions. ...

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  36. FAMILY WIPED OUT.

    Three members of a family named Beckman have been found dead at their home at Ballark, about nine miles from Gordons. A brief examination showed that the deaths ...

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  37. SHIPWRIGHTS.

    The Shipwrights' Union has decided to request the Department of Labour and Industry to take the necessary steps for a ballot of the members of the union upon the question ...

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  38. MR. RYAN'S TOUR.

    Mr. T. J. Ryan (Premier of Queensland) returned to London after a visit to the war devastated areas and the Australian troops. The weather prevented the mall steamer ...

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  39. LATE LORD FORREST.

    The remains of Lord Forrost were landed at Fremantle on Sunday, and were convoyed to his late residence, the Bungalow, Perth. The remains will lie in state at St. George's ...

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  40. POLICEMEN ASSAULTED.

    Shortly after midnight of Monday Constables Wallace and Enright, of the Darlinghurst division, were the victims of an assault while attempting to effect an arrest at the ...

    Article : 173 words
  41. WHEAT STOCKS.

    Addressing a meeting of national supporters here last night, the Attorney-General, Mr. D. R. Hall, said the Minister for Agriculture had been successful in every way in his ...

    Article : 182 words
  42. BRITISH WOOL MARKET.

    At the Liverpool wool sales 11,924 bales were offered, half being from Queensland and half from New South Wales. All were sold. It was a poor selection in both merinos and ...

    Article : 146 words
  43. CITIZEN FORCES.

    To supplement the steps taken to foster the traditions of the A.I.F. by allotting to the Citizen Forces the A.I.F. unit numbers, it is intended by the Defence Department to place ...

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  44. MAIL BAG ROBBERIES.

    At the police court to-day, before the Chamber Magistrate, Mr. Green, Searle Weeks, who is on romand in connection with the mail bag robbery at Balgownie, was ...

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  45. PROHIBITION IN U.S.A.

    According to the latest mail from U.S.A. (writes Mr. Henry Macourt, campaign director, N.S.W. Alliance), action has at last been taken by every State in the union upon ...

    Article : 206 words
  46. FROZEN MEAT TRADE.

    Six large meat carriers are being built on the Tyne for the Federal, Shaw, Saville and Commonwealth and Dominion lines. Hawthorn Leslie and Co. have nearly completed the Port ...

    Article : 111 words
  47. NOTE CIRCULATION.

    The latest return of Commonwealth notes in circulation shows a more satisfactory position as regards the percentage of the gold reserve. On April 30 there were in circulation ...

    Article : 87 words
  48. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Sylvia Pankhurst, who in pre-war days gamed notoriety as a militant suffragist, led a section of May Day processionists to Westminster, and attempted to force an entrance ...

    Article : 68 words
  49. FEDERAL CABINET.

    A special meeting of the Federal Cabinet was held this afternoon. It lasted about an hour, and subsequently the Acting Prime Minister, Mr. Watt, declined to make any ...

    Article : 74 words
  50. N.Z. LIQUOR POLL.

    {No abstract available}

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  51. CANING IN NAVY ABOLISHED.

    It has been decided by the Acting Minister for the Navy, Mr. Poynton, to abolish the regulations which permit of the caning of boys training tor the Australian navy. ...

    Article : 35 words
  52. IRELAND AND PEACE.

    It is believed a hitch has occurred which will prevent the Irish-American delegation meeting Mr. Lloyd George. ...

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