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  2. Family Notices

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  4. FEDERAL CABINET.

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, attended at his office to-day for the first time since his return from England. He arrived at the Federal offices at about noon, and was met ...

    Article : 218 words
  5. EAST OF SUEZ.

    You've heard of the breif camp[?] westward, in which the small composite force of Australians, New Zealanders, and British routed the Se[?] and restored tranqu[?] ...

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  6. POSITION OF THE UPPER HOUSE

    While the last session of any Parliament under the three years' term is [?]ound to be an electioneering one, the position in New South Wales is full of special ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    Mr. T. J. Ryan. Premier of Queensland, will return by the Sonoma, due on Tuesday, from his visit to the United Kingdom and America. ...

    Article : 511 words
  8. ALL MUST OBEY.

    "It the Empire calls on her sons, no matter how, it is the duty of her sons to obey. When the call comes, whatever the call may be, you have got to obey, and the man who does not ...

    Article : 533 words
  9. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    Sitting as a Royal Commission, Mr. W. Blacket, K.C., yesterday continued his inquiry into the administration of the Home Affairs' Department as it affected the federal capital. ...

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  10. WATER SHORTAGE.

    There has been no rain on the Cataract catchment area since the fall over the metropolis last week. The depth of water in the Cataract reservoir yesterday was 117ft, ...

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  11. FROZEN MEAT TRADE.

    The conference of Australian frozen meat exporters, which has been held at the Hotel Australia this week, terminated yesterday. The president, Mr. F. W. Hughes (chairman ...

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  12. DOMESTIC SERVICE.

    A point was raised in the Legislative Assembly last night that is of special interest to all who require, or try to get, domestic help. The Workmen's ...

    Article : 488 words
  13. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The victories of the Russian and Italian armies reported this morning mark a significant stage in the subjuga[?]on of Austria, which will be an important, if not a ...

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  14. RED CROSS.

    Mr. Eric Lloyd-Jones, who had been for nine months Commissioner of the Austral[?] Red Cross in Egypt—delivered an address yesterday afternoon at the weekly meeting ...

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  15. VICTORIAN FINANCES.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day, the Premier submitted the supplementary estimates for the year, which ended on June 30. He said the Budget estimate of revenue was ...

    Article : 65 words
  16. NO SOAP IMPORTS.

    The Federal Ministry has adopted regulations prohibiting the importation of soap into Australia. The object of the prohibition is to encourage the local manufacture of ...

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  17. WORK IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

    Letters from the Australian Red Cross [?] miss[?]oners in London state that their [?] office and stores in France are established, and are at present supplying three depots. ...

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  18. SUGAR CARGOES.

    The Federal Treasurer, Mr. Higgs, has conceded the demand of the Waterside Workers' Federation for the payment of 2s on hour for the handling of sugar. ...

    Article : 38 words
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