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  2. PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Assembly yesterday carried a motion expelling Mr. Price, member for Gloucester, and declaring his seat vacant, the reason being that the charges he recently ...

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  3. ANARCHY IN RUSSIA.

    Petrograd advices state that the Constituent Assembly elections will be held on November 25. The Assembly will meet on December 13. The election campaign is ...

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  4. LATE WAR NEWS

    "The New York "Evening Sun" prints a most interesting story of the German Mutiny, written by Rudolph Glatfelder, a second-lieutenant in the German navy, who ...

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  5. WAR NOTES.

    The Seizure of Oesel Island, at the entrance to the Gulf of Riga, would now appear to be practically complete, and the enemy has extended his operations to two smaller ...

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  6. MACEDONIA.

    A French eastern communique says: The artillery has been active on the whole front, especially north of Monastir. Our troops repelled enemy detachments on the ...

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  7. THE AUSTRALIANS.

    Some Australians and New Zealanders was have just come back from the front line tell me they slept in shell-holes, huddled on top of one another like puppies. It was the only ...

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  8. WINTER CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Lansing (Secretary of State) says that America is considering the advisability of being represented at the Allied Military Conference in Paris this week. ...

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  9. THE BALTIC.

    A Russian official message states: A German Dreadnought shelled our patrol squadron off Soela Sund, severely damaging the torpedo boat Grom. ...

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  10. QUEEN DOWAGER'S GIFT.

    Queen Alexandra, in a message to the organisers of Our Day collection on Thursday, encloses a donation of £1000, and says: "To carry on the work as a great Empire would ...

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  11. CONSTANTINE'S REVENGE.

    An Athens message says the sinking by a submarine of the Italian mail steamer Citta Di Bari, in which 200 Greeks perishod, including consular officials returning from Turkey, ...

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  12. PUBLIC SEBVICE.

    Giving evidence before the Public Service Royal Commission yesterday, A. G. Alanson, an ex-president of the Teachers' Association, and a member of the council of that body, ...

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  13. LONDON AIR RAIDS.

    The Premier (Mr. Lloyd George) brought an action for libel against the Exchange Telegraph Agency, the "Westminster Gazette," and the "Daily News" for publishing a ...

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  14. SWEDISH CABINET.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Copenhagen correspondent says the "Social Democraten" states that Professor Eden has formed a Ministry of six Liberals and three Socialists, ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN MEMORIAL.

    A Cairo message says the Australians in Egypt propose to erect a memorial to their comrades who have fallen in Sinai and Palestine. Every Australian at Cairo subscribed ...

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  16. RUSSIAN NAVY'S PART.

    Ever since the excitement regarding General Korniloff's move towards Petrograd subsided the Russian communiques have been fairly frank. We may take it, therefore, ...

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  17. GERMAN EMPEROR.

    An Amsterdam messase says the German Emperor has arrived at Constantinople. He will shortly inspect the Dardanelles defences. ...

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  18. ESSEN BOMBED.

    A Paris message says: A French aviator named Jardin, participating in a raid on Frankfort, proceeded to Essen on his own initiative and dropped ten bombs. He landed ...

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  19. DISMISSED THE SERVICE.

    A court-martial has dismissed Captain C. E. Wyett, of the New Zealand Dental Corps. ...

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  20. SHIPPING TROUBLE.

    There were no developments yesterday in the shipping trouble as far as the Sydney branch of the Federated Firemen and Seamen's Union is concerned. Officials of the ...

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  21. WESTERN FRONT.

    Sir Douglas Haig's final report on Tuesday night stated: Our patrols have been active on the battlefront. They brought in a few prisoners. There has been ...

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  22. AMERICA'S EFFORTS.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York World" says the United States are paying £8,000,000 daily, or a fourth part of the cost of the war. America's expenditure is ...

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  23. BARGAINING WITH STOLEN GOODS.

    Herr Scheldemann's references to Germany's peace terms contain further proofs of the subservience of the German Majority Socialists, of whom he is the leader, to the wishes of ...

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  24. THE ARGENTINE.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" at Buenos Ayres, states that the railway strike is becoming more serious. Damage, rioting, and derailments are daily ...

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  25. THE APPLICATION FORM.

    A mass meeting of the members of the Wharf Labourers' Union will be held to-night in the Town Hall to receive the report of the officials, who are expected to arrive in ...

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  26. ENEMY RETIREMENT.

    The Commonwealth official correspondent (Mr. Bean) telegraphs:— The Germans to-day (Tuesday) retired opposite a small portion of the Australian front ...

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  27. ALSACE AND PEACE.

    Paris advices state that the Chamber of Deputies has decided to hold a secret session to discuss M. Ribot's recent statement that Germany had hinted at her preparedness ...

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  28. SENSATIONAL CASE.

    A sensational statement was made yesterday by Inspector Mitchell, Police Prosecutor, at the Central Police Court, when Harold Batten (or Battin), a young sailor, was ...

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  29. FRENCH FRONT.

    A French communique issued on Tuesday afternoon stated: On the Aisne front reciprocal artillery fire has been less intense. ...

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  30. GERMAN MONEY.

    An Amsterdam cablegram says the German Socialist party's financial statement, presented at the Wurzburg Conference, disclosed a loan of £35,000 to the Socialist party of another ...

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  31. FLANDERS.

    Apropos of Mr. Bean's despatch, Mr. Porcival Phillips notes that the enemy has further withdrawn his line below Broodseinde, where our outposts forced him to leave nearly ...

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  32. ENROLMENT OF WHARF-LABOURERS.

    Men are enrolling freely at the Phoenix Wharf and the Shipping Labour Bureau. It was stated yesterday that at the Phoenix Wharf 1400 men had boen enrolled, and fresh ...

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  33. HOLLAND'S NEUTRALITY.

    The Amsterdam "Telegraaf" has secured evidence from correspondents in Belgium proving that sand and gravel imported through Holland was used for military works, ...

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  34. RECRUITING.

    Through some misunderstanding none of the French soldiers now in Sydney took part in the Martin-place recruiting meeting yesterday. Lieut. Rickwood, Lieut. Mason, Q.M.S. ...

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  35. PEACE CONGRESS.

    A wireless message from Berne states that Swiss Catholics with pro-German sympathies convened an international congress at Berne for October 15, to promote a durable peace. ...

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  36. FLANDERS ARMIES.

    The Press Bureau announces that Mr. Lloyd George has sent the following message to Sir Douglas Haig:—"The War Cabinet desires me to congratulate you ...

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  37. RISING FREIGHTS.

    It is understood that homeward Australian freights will be raised all round immediately. The rate for wool will be 3¼ per lb. ...

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  38. STORIES OF HEROISM.

    Thursday morning's papers will contain particulars of the awarding of nine Victoria Crosses. Included among the recipients are Sergeant Hobson, a Canadian, who was near ...

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  39. COMPLETED.

    The Minister for Works and Railways, Mr. Watt, received a telegram this afternoon stating that the East-West railway was completed at 1.45 p.m. to-day. ...

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  40. UNFOUNDED CHARGES.

    A Paris message says the Govorament Committee, which is inquiring into the allegations against M. Malvy (ex-Minister of the Interior), reports that all the accusations are ...

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  41. VESSELS RECOMMISSIONED.

    In anticipation of the seamen's strike being settled at the conference held in Melbourne yesterday morning between representatives of the Steamship Owners' Association and the ...

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  42. JOCKEYS ON STRIKE.

    A strike occurred yesterday at Menangle Park racecourse, when 27 jockeys refused to risk their lives in a field of a corresponding number of horses. ...

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  43. THE COAL MINES.

    The loyalist workers all left Abermain No. 2 colliery last night. Fourteen miners and seven wheelers were sent for last night. Richard Johnson, who was shot in a leg ...

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  44. SALVED RED CROSS GOODS.

    Some irritation has been caused through a loading firm selling Australian Red Cross comforts which were salved from a torpedoed liner, the purchaser having neglected to ...

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  45. BRITISH AIR RAIDS.

    The Admiralty announce: Naval aircraft carried out a considerable number of patrols yesterday. They encountered several enemy formations, and drove down two enemy ...

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  46. SWEDISH DESPATCHES HELD.

    The "New York Sun's" Washington correspondent says the British authorities in Halifax intercepted a bag of despatches from Sweden, which is now, held in Washington. ...

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  47. SHIPOWNERS' DECISION.

    The Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association to-day discussed the request for a conference made by the general secretary of the Federated Seamen's Union (Mr. ...

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  48. ENGINE-DRIVERS' AGREEMENTS.

    Mr. Justice Powers, in the Federal Arbitration Court, sanctioned agreements made between the Federated Engine-drivers' and Firemen's Association and various ...

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  49. HOP-GROWER PUNISHED.

    A Kontish farmer was fined £200 and sentenced to two months imprisonment for falling to reduce his hop acreage in accordance with the law. He was also ordered to forfeit all ...

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  50. MACKAY'S PLIGHT.

    The Premier to-day received a telegram from the clerk of the Mirani Shire Council asking him to take prompt steps to ameliorate the intolerable conditions obtaining in the ...

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  51. CANADA.

    A Montreal message says Lord Shaughnessy (President of the Canadian Pacific Raliway Company) has issued an manifesto to French-Canadians, urging that military ...

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  52. AIR-RAIDING.

    A Zurich message says several German newspapers significantly doubt the wisdom of air-raids on open towns. The Reichpost urgently demands an agreement of all ...

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  53. IRELAND.

    In the House of Commons Mr Redmond. the Irish Nationalist leader, gave notice of a motion deploring the Irish Executive's policy at a time when the highest interests of ...

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  54. CANADIAN WHEAT CROP.

    An Ottawa message states that Lord Reading, in conjunction with the Canadian Government, has successfully arranged credits aggregating £70,000,000 for the movement of ...

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  55. TWO U-BOATS SUNK.

    The French destroyed two German submarines in the Mediterranean last week. ...

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