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  2. THE PATH OF HONOR

    Australia is face to face with a grave danger. At two Referendums the people have declined to adopt Conscription, and the nation is now thrown back upon the system of voluntary ...

    Article : 822 words
  3. WAR NOTES

    The peace negotiations between the Bolsheviks and the Central Powers at Brest Litovsk have apparently come to nought. Even Trotsky and his friends have found it impossible to ...

    Article : 1,316 words
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  5. STATE PARLIAMENT

    The State Parliament will open in the last week of the month—probably on Tuesday the 29th—for a short session. Prior to the Houses meeting the usual Party meetings will be held. ...

    Article : 520 words
  6. TOPICS OF THE WEEK

    The New Zealand school teachers, as a body, have decided that they will not ask for exemption from military service. This is a fairly conclusive refutation of many stories told in ...

    Article : 1,397 words
  7. A POLITICAL SINK

    Mr. P. C. Evans, general secretary of the Australian Labor Party, Sydney, writes:—"If the reports of proceedings of the National Caucus are to be relied upon, it would appear ...

    Article : 573 words
  8. PITH OF POLITICS

    British Labor has published its war aims definitely. The disagreement with Australian Labor is so acute that it seems as if our Official Labor Party might with advantage explain ...

    Article : 614 words
  9. VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENT

    Major S. J. Shillington, late organising secretary, State Recruiting Committee, writes: "In the last issue of the Sunday Times Mr. Arthur Rae alleges that, acting largely on account of ...

    Article : 686 words
  10. THE FEDERAL POSITION

    THE position in Federal politics is highly unusual as the Sunday Times goes to press. There have been various party caucuses during the, week of which various largely unofficial accounts have been given. At the moment it seems plain that Mr. Hughes will resign, but to what extent or for how long ...

    Article : 364 words
  11. ELECTION UNLIKELY

    It is officially denied that instructions have been issued for the electoral offices to be ready for an election in March next. As a matter of fact, the Federal Electoral Department is ...

    Article : 212 words
  12. SICK OF PARTY WAR

    THE Director-General of Recruiting says that Australia is sick of party war, and urges that we should unite and "bring our energy to bear upon the common enemy." That is very sane talk. Party strife and intrigue becomes ever more embittered in Australia, while ...

    Article : 174 words
  13. LORD MAYOR ILL

    The Lord Mayor, Ald. the Hon. J. Joynton Smith, M.L.C., is still confined to his room in a private hospital consequent upon an operation on his eye, which recently took place, and ...

    Article : 181 words
  14. RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE

    Mr. A. G. Potter, secretary of the New South Wales branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A., notifies that the election of officers for the New South Wales branch will be decided for 1918 by a plebiscite ...

    Article : 185 words
  15. HONEST JOHN GALSWORTHY

    Mr. John Galsworthy has refused a knighthood. He says that the rewards of literature are sufficient. Evidently this is an author of most moderate ...

    Article : 127 words
  16. BLACK AND BLACK

    The ingenious German Dr. Solf has imagined a fine new means of creating a balance of power in Africa. His idea is to redistribute African territory. On that each colonial Power ...

    Article : 123 words
  17. REPATRIATION—WHEN?

    THE Minister for Repatriation is now proposing to appoint a Commission to help the scheme along. It is therefore not fair to pretend that nothing is being done in the matter of Repatriation. That Commission will be definitely, appointed some day ...

    Article : 107 words
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