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  2. I.W.W. INQUIRY. THE POLICE EXAMINED.

    The inquiry by Mr. Justice Street into the conduct of the police in connection with the I.W.W. case was continued in No. 2 Jury Court yesterday. ...

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  3. MINERS' PHTHISIS.

    The resumed inquiry of the Board of Trade into miners' phthisis was presided over by the deputy-president (Mr. J. B. Holme); other members of the board present being Messrs. ...

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  4. LATE WAR NEWS. BRITISH FRONT.

    Sir Douglas Haig in his noon report on Monday stated: We successfully repulsed raiders northward of Arleux-en-Gohelle. There was reciprocal artillery activity, ...

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  5. NEW GERMAN LINE BRITISH PATROLS FOLLOW UP

    The Germans generally are back on the Hindenburg line, but in places they are holding the positions west of the Hindenburg line which were occupied by the British last March. ...

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  6. THOSE LEFT BEHIND.

    At an enthusiastic meeting in the vestibule of the Town Hall yesterday, and on the motion of his Excellency the Governor (Sir Walter Davidson). It was decided that, "in view of ...

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  7. MARNE ANNIVERSARY. CELEBRATION IN FRANCE.

    There were devout celebrations in Paris to-day on the fourth anniversary of the battle of the Marne. They included a pilgrimage to Meaux, where wreaths were laid on the graves ...

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  8. BOLSHEVIK EXCESSES.

    A Stockholm message says it is reported from Holsingfors that the Bolsheviks arrested 30 British, officials, whom they threaten to shoot if Lenin dies. ...

    Article : 341 words
  9. U-BOATS.

    A message from an Atlantic part states that two German U-boats, disguised as flashing craft, and carrying sails, have been nighted off the coast. An English steamer narrowly ...

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  10. ENEMY BACK ON DEFENSIVE LINE.

    The correspondent of the United Press en the West front says the French have reached the outskirts of La Fore, and that the Germans are preparing heavily to ...

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  11. AUSTRALIAN REPATRIATION PRAISED.

    The New York "Times," in commending to the belligerent nations the care of their returned veterans after the war, says: "All nations opposing Germany will eventually ...

    Article : 135 words
  12. CHINAMAN ATTACKED.

    A Chinaman named Ah Look was admitted to the Newcastle hospital last night, having, it is stated, been brutally attacked at his gayden, which is situated at North Waratah. ...

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  13. AMERICAN ARMY.

    A report from Washington says that according to a statement made by General March (Chief of Staff), because of the gradual withdrawal of the Americans brigaded with the ...

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  14. LATE MR. H. W. CALLAN.

    Probate has been granted of the will of the late Mr. Henry Walter Callan, of Parramatta, who died there on July 15 last. His estate is of the net value of £65,861/17/9. Of ...

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  15. LABOUR UNREST.

    Iu addition to the firemen, other public services display unrest. A meeting in London of the tomporary postal workers on Sunday demanded extra pay. The National Executive ...

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  16. THE FAR EAST.

    Advices from Tientsin state that the Allies are advancing towards the Amur. They anticipate strong resistance from, enemy gun-boats and the forces around Habarovsk, which ...

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  17. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The minors' ballot has resulted against a strike and in favour of acceptance of the Chamber of Mines offer by 8000 votes to 2000. The mechanics' vote is not known yet, but a ...

    Article : 71 words
  18. UNREST IN BULGARIA.

    The Zurich correspondent of the "Echo de Paris" says that King Ferdinand of Bulgaria has appealed to the German Emperor to reduce requisitions for cereals, especially from ...

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  19. FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    A fatal motor accident occurred yesterday at a culvert or bridge over Moodie's Creek, on the Maitland-Singleton road. John B. C. Hay, Francis W. Turner, James Steyn, and ...

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  20. GREAT EARTHQUAKE.

    West Bromwich records the greatest earthquake for a decade, probably in the Aleutian Islands, to the went of the peninsula of Alaska. A severe earthquake was recorded on the ...

    Article : 133 words
  21. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A British-Italian official message states:— Since August 25 we have destroyed eight enemy aircraft. One British machine is missing. ...

    Article : 167 words
  22. FRENCH STEAMERS.

    A report from Paris states that M. Boret, Minister of Agriculture, launched at Havre the steamer Belle Isle, which is the first of a new French fleet of refrigerated steamers for the ...

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  23. GERMANS USING OLD BRITISH TRENCHES.

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, war correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," telegraphs: Our patrols were lighting to-day at the edge of Gouzeau-court, and on the high ground thereabout. ...

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  24. PRICE OF SOAP.

    An order was published in the Commonwealth "Gazette," to-day repealing the prices fixed on February 9 last for soap in New South Wales. ...

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  25. WAR LOAN. CENTRES REACHING QUOTAS.

    Intensifying the organisation is now the work that is engaging the secretaries of the Central War Loan Committee. Everything is being put in shape, so that on Monday next ...

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  26. SIR GEORGE REID'S HEALTH.

    Sir George Reid, M.P., has cancelled all engagements under medical Advice. Later. Sir George Reid is suffering from blood ...

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  27. THE SNAPSHOTS LEAGUE.

    A conference of members of the Snapshots League in connection with the Y.M.C.A. has been convened for this evening in the large hall of the institution. Judge Docker will ...

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  28. HOMES DAY.

    Interest in "Homes Day" will be aroused in Moore-street this morning, when a start will be made with the eroction of the "Homes Day" cottage. At 11 o'clock Mrs. W. A. ...

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  29. RECRUITING.

    In New South Wales last week 271 volunteers were accepted for military service. The Martin-place recruiting meeting at 1 o'clock to-day will be conducted by Lieut. ...

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  30. AMERICAN OFFICIAL NEWS.

    The following official wireless massage has been received by the American Consul-General:— A Washington report says an official ...

    Article : 231 words
  31. TINNING OF BUTTER.

    The tinning of Australian butter manufactured after September 7, 1918, except under permit, is prohibited, by a regulation issued to-day by the Chief Prices Commissioner. ...

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  32. TRAVELLERS TO AMERICA.

    The American Consul-General announces the following restrictions concerning persons travelling to or through the United States:— (a) Those whose only or chief object in ...

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  33. SHIRE DEMANDS RATES.

    According to a decision of the Blaxland Shire Council, the Government must pay rates for the State coalmine, although it is not, and never has been, in active operation. At ...

    Article : 88 words
  34. AUSTRALIAN ADVANCE DESCRIBED.

    Early this (Saturday) morning the Australian Infantry, which passed Tincourt last night on the heels of the retiring Germans, was seen by Australian aeroplanes to be ...

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  35. WHEAT SILOS.

    The Victorian Government agreed to-day that terminal silos should be erected at Geelong and Williamstown, with a total capacity of 3,000,000 bushels. Victoria has about ...

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  36. WOUNDED SOLDIERS.

    Colonel Sandford, of district headquarters, Victoria Barracks, states that the following distinction in dress will be worn on the service dress jacket by all officers and soldiers ...

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  37. ENERGY IN SUBURBS.

    Alderman H. Broe, Mayor of Rockdale, in accepting the challenge issued by Willoughby as to which municipality will raise its quota first, says that £17,500 has already been ...

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  38. INDIANS IN FIJI.

    It is estimated there are about 52,000 Indians in Fiji. Of these 10,000 are still under indenture, and the balance 23,000 are women or children. Of the remainder, some 12,000, ...

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  39. RAID ON GAMBLING DEN.

    A police raid was made on Sunday night on a building in Beryl-lane, suspected of being a gambling den. Inspector Bannan led the raid, accompanied by a large number of police ...

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  40. GOVERNMENT TO PAY COSTS.

    It was announced by the Premier yesterday that the Government has decided to defray the coat of the continued retention of counsel representing Messrs. Brookfield and Mutch, ...

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  41. RANDWICK RAISES £30,000.

    A well-attended meeting was held at Randwick last evening in the interests of the Seventh War Loan. The speeches were stimulating. The Mayor of the district (Alderman ...

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  42. FIJI AND CONSCRIPTION.

    It was decided at the recent meeting of the Legislative Council to obtain information, by means of registration cards, as to the number of European males in the colony, between ...

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  43. DOMINION FOOD PRICES.

    The increase in retail prices in New Zealand consequent on war conditions has, according to the Government Statistician, reduced the purchasing power of the sovereign ...

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  44. FARMER DISAPPEARS.

    It has been reported to the police that George Watling, a firmer, of Hilltop, between Berridale and Jindabyne, has been missing from his home since early on ...

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  45. WAR TANK TO ASSIST.

    Mr. Austin Chapman, M.P., has written, stating that the War tank will visit the southern districts in the interests of the war loan. It is expected to reach Cooma about ...

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  46. NOT KILLED.

    Mrs. R. N. Bolton, of Sydney, who was recently advised that her husband, Lance-corporal Bolton, had been killed, has now been informed that he has been reported as ...

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