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  2. THE MARCHES. WALLABIES START.

    The north-west route march to Sydney was commenced to-day. This will probably be the longest march yet proposed, as 356 miles have to be covered to reach Sydney. The ...

    Article : 941 words
  3. RECRUITING. PAY CORPORALS INSPECTED.

    The District Commandant, accompanied by Lieut. Brodziak, orderly officer, inspected pay corporals in the artillery shed, Victoria Barracks, yesterday, prior to their departure ...

    Article : 271 words
  4. STATE SESSION. MEAT INDUSTRY.

    In the Legislative Assembly last night the Meat Industry Bill was considered in committee. SOLDIERS AND SHOUTING. ...

    Article : 2,068 words
  5. 50,000 MEN. TO FIGHT FOR THE EMPIRE.

    The Commonwealth Government at a Cabinet meeting on November 24 decided to offer the Imperial authorities an additional 50,000 men in the opening months of the new year-—the ...

    Article : 1,842 words
  6. BREAD SCHEME.

    The caucus of the State Labour party yesterday gave its final endorsement to Mr. Hall's State Bread Monopoly Bill. It was considered in the light of a report by the special ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. THE CAUCUS.

    Yesterday's meeting of the State Labour caucus was calm compared with recent gatherings. Attacks in the House by certain Labour members upon the Ministry in respect of ...

    Article : 235 words
  8. CHINA.

    Loyal warships bombarded the [?]| cruiser Chao-Ho, holding her, and [?] the bridge. The rebel leader escaped. The casualties were four killed and five wounded. ...

    Article : 161 words
  9. BRITISH TRADE RETURNS.

    Returns of the Board or Trade show that the imports for November were £16,129[?] above November of last year, exports were £11,037,547 in excess, and re-exports[?] ...

    Article : 33 words
  10. GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, attended by Captain Heskett-Smith, A.D.C., was met at Wagga this morning by the Minister for Lands (Mr. Ashford), and ...

    Article : 488 words
  11. TALISMAN CONSOLIDATED G.M. COMPANY.

    The Talisman Consolidated G.M. Company proposes to go into liquidation voluntar[?] and to sell the concern to a new company to be incorporated in New Zealand. ...

    Article : 51 words
  12. ENLISTMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 131 words
  13. OPERATIC BAKERS.

    At a largely-attended meeting of members of the New South Wales Operative Bakers' Association, held last evening at the Trades Hall, the Government's scheme for taking over ...

    Article : 814 words
  14. RABBIT EXPORT TRADE.

    Mr. Thomas Mackenz[?] (High Commissioner for New Zealand) presided at a meeting of the Cold Storage and Ice Association. [?] which Mr. Charles Tabor read a paper on the ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The Broken Hill Trades Hall Site Extension Bill was read the third time and passed. BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. The Vice-President of the Exocutive ...

    Article : 887 words
  16. VICTORIA.

    Only 65 men offered themselves for active service to-day, and 25 were rejected. ...

    Article : 16 words
  17. BARQUE ASHORE.

    The steel barque Ma[?] Polo is ashore [?] the O[?]kneys. She lost her fore and [?] masts and had her bottom damaged. ...

    Article : 28 words
  18. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    To-day 48 men volunteered at Adelaide, and 21 were accepted. ...

    Article : 14 words
  19. ENGLISH BILLIARDS[?]

    Scores at the einging of last night's play in the match between Stevenson and [?] were:—Gray, 2300 [?] breaks of [?] and 321); Stevenson, 2225. ...

    Article : 33 words
  20. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Mother."—This is prohably one of the unfounded rumours going about at the present time. "Out West."—There is no need for the medal you speak of. Any man rejected as medically unfit can ...

    Article : 404 words
  21. LABOUR OPPOSITION.

    A deputation from the Trades Hall Industrial Council waited on the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to-night, and demanded the withdrawal of the Federal Government's recruiting ...

    Article : 112 words
  22. LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.

    Saldanbs, s, 4594 tons[?] Captain [?] Port Pirie. ...

    Article : 11 words
  23. DEPARTURES.

    Atua, s, for Fiji and Samoa. Emerald Wings, s, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 12 words
  24. TELEGRAPHIC.

    CAIRNS (1418m).—Dep: Dec. 8, [?] Singapore. TOWNSVILLE (1258m).—Arr: Dec. 8, [?] from Melbourne; [?], s, from Sydney. ...

    Article : 188 words
  25. STATE POWERS.

    Questions affecting the surrender of State rights were submitted to the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) by a deputation representing the council of the Australian Women's ...

    Article : 236 words
  26. VICTORIAN PALIAMENT.

    Members of both Housea of the State Parliainent met to-night to consider the Federal Government's scheme for raising Australia's new army of 50,000 men. ...

    Article : 464 words
  27. MUNITION WORKERS.

    Following the threat of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers that drastic action would be taken if the Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) refused to accede to the society's ...

    Article : 312 words
  28. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 207 words
  29. THE WARATAHS.

    The result of the recruiting campaign at Wollongong was disappointing, and demonstrated that a change will have to occur at the other industrial centres on the coast ...

    Article : 486 words
  30. EMPLOYERS' FEDERATION"

    A series of resolutions regarding the Government's bread monopoly scheme will be brought forward at the special meeting of the Employers' Federation, which has been called ...

    Article : 45 words
  31. PERIL OF GERMANY'S TYRANNY.

    In the mild atmosphere of a sommer evening on the mountains at Tumbarumba, the Governor-General brought home to a gathering of welcoming townspeople their direct ...

    Article : 233 words
  32. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 161 words
  33. LIQUOR LAWS.

    Captain S. J. Hoban, of the Central Methodist Mission, gave a spirited address at the Stadium, Liverpool Camp, last night, in support of the potitlon which was started by the ...

    Article : 398 words
  34. DEMENTED MOTHER.

    A sensation was caused at Yanac North yesterday when Annie Sophie The[?], a married woman, aged 26, locked herself and ner two children in a room, and killed them with a ...

    Article : 83 words
  35. WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE.

    At a public meeting called by the shire president, a war service committee was formed, which [?]ncluded the leading residents of the town, the captain of the Light ...

    Article : 73 words
  36. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 136 words
  37. GERMAN CHARGED.

    Jacob Mullenmeister was charged at the City Court to-day with having behaved in an insulting manner at Bunyip. Detective Howard obtained the withdrawal of the charge, because ...

    Article : 56 words
  38. LIVE STOCK MARKET.

    In the live stock market to-day 1820 [?] were entered, comprised of [?] bullocks and 900 cows, including 700 from New South Wales. The yarding included a much larger proportion of prime cows ...

    Article : 77 words
  39. WAR MEMORIAL.

    In the Legislative Council yesterday Mr. Trickett gave notice that at the next sitting he would move that in the opinion of the House the Government should initiate a ...

    Article : 102 words
  40. TEMPORARY CLERKS.

    An official notification was given to-day of the decision of the temporary clerks in the Federal service to cease work within a fortnight if their wages are not increased from ...

    Article : 156 words
  41. EXCAVATIONS IN CITY STREETS.

    Most of the excavations being made in various parts ot the business centre of the city are necessitated by the installations at the new electric light sub-station in ...

    Article : 83 words
  42. RHODES SCHOLAR.

    The Rhodes scholarship committee met today and selected Mr. Howard Luscombe Rayner as scholar for this year[?] Mr. Rayner is 21 years of age. He received his education at Prince ...

    Article : 39 words
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