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  2. TECHNICAL EDUCATION.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 400 words
  3. PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA.

    Two deaths from pneumonic influenza occurred to-day at the Coast Hospital. One was a man named M'Donald, 37 St. Hilliers-road, Auburn, who was taken to the ...

    Article : 805 words
  4. GERMANY TRUCULENT.

    At the election of the President of the German Republic, Herr Ebert obtained 227 votes, Herren Scheidemann and Erzberger, one each, and Count Posadowzky, ...

    Article : 167 words
  5. NAVAL GRATUITIES.

    The Admiralty announces gratuities to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, ranging from £720 to £200 for Admirals, and £140 to £20 for other officers for the first ...

    Article : 76 words
  6. INDUSTRIAL MATTERS.

    The shipbuilding yards at Cockatoo Island are idle consequent upon the decision of the Acting Minister for the Navy to dismiss the men on the ground ...

    Article : 310 words
  7. THE ARMISTICE

    The Supreme War Council has decided Upon the conditions for the renewal of the armistice with Germany. Mr. Fraser, the representative in Paris ...

    Article : 515 words
  8. DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH ARCH.

    The death is announced of Mr. Joseph Arch at the age of 93. The late Mr. Joseph Arch, who was the son of a labourer, was born at Barford, ...

    Article : 179 words
  9. IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    To-day's bulletin shows that there are 48 influenza cases in the isolation hospital, and that one death occurred, that of Clarence Edward Gittings, who was yesterday ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. IN QUEENSLAND.

    Over a thousand troops from the steamer Nestor are to be released from quarantine and welcomed in Brisbane to-morrow. ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. SPARTACIST RIOTS.

    Thousands of deserters have joined the Spartacists rioting in the outskirts of Berlin in the past few days. An organisation has been established ...

    Article : 35 words
  12. MILITARY HONOURS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 232 words
  13. TAHITI GRIEVANCE.

    The Papeete correspondent of the "New York Tribune" advises that prominent residents of Tahiti have addressed a petition to the Premier, the Chamber of ...

    Article : 61 words
  14. THE MISERABLE KAISER.

    A message from Amsterdam states that an old acquaintance of the Kaiser, who conversed with him at Amerongen, states that he seems broken down mentally, is ...

    Article : 64 words
  15. STATEMENT BY MR. POYNTON.

    "They get more concessions than any other place that I know of, yet this is how they act," said Mr. Poynton, the Acting Minister for the Navy, to-day, when ...

    Article : 276 words
  16. INFLUENZA IN ENGLAND.

    There has been a serious revival of influenza in England. There were 169 deaths in London, and 604 deaths in 96 large towns in England ...

    Article : 46 words
  17. MATTERS IN VICTORIA.

    Fourteen deaths from pneumonic influenza occurred to-day. There were 252 fresh cases reported, making a total of 3188. Ninety-nine persons were ...

    Article : 543 words
  18. ALLIES AND BOLSHEVIKS.

    Lord Curzon, the loader of the House of Lords, stated that none of the Allies was prepared to invade Russia for the purpose of exterminating the Bolsheviks. ...

    Article : 30 words
  19. DISTRICT NEWS.

    The adjourned annual meeting of the Wallsend Hospital was held at the council chambers on Wednesday evening, Mr. E. Charlton presiding. The chairman ...

    Article : 392 words
  20. MEREWETHER COUNCIL.

    The Merewether Council met last evening. There were present: The Mayor, Alderman R. Wells, and Aldermen Jefferson, Archer, Young, Ralph, Dunn, ...

    Article : 938 words
  21. SIBERIAN RAILWAYS.

    A New York message states that the United States Government has Accepted Japan's proposals to restore the railway traffic in Siberia. ...

    Article : 49 words
  22. BRITISH LABOUR TROUBLES.

    The strikers in the London dockyards are resuming work. Negotiations between the Railway Executive and the railwaymen's unions ...

    Article : 238 words
  23. VICTORIA.

    Peter Nolan, a sailor, aged 39, was this morning found floating in the bay a mile from Port Melbourne by a fishing party. He was in an exhausted state when he ...

    Article : 198 words
  24. WALSH ISLAND NOT AFFECTED

    When spoken to yesterday in regard to the trouble at Cockatoo, Mr. J. O'Tooic, the Federal secretary of the Federated Society of Boilermakers, ...

    Article : 161 words
  25. AN INTERNATIONAL ARMY.

    France has formally demanded the creation of an international army, as an integral part of the League of Nations; otherwise France's land frontiers will not ...

    Article : 131 words
  26. QUEENSLAND.

    Welcome falls of rain occurred yesterday on parts of the Darling Downs. There were several slight showers in Brisbane to-day, and rain is still threatening. ...

    Article : 30 words
  27. MANDATORY SYSTEM.

    The Tokio correspondent of the "Daily Express" says that the Japanese newspapers strongly oppose the mandatory system. ...

    Article : 326 words
  28. LIVING WAGE.

    The Newcastle Chamber of Commerce has been informed that the New South Wales Board of Trade will sit at the board room, University Chambers, Phillip-street, ...

    Article : 90 words
  29. DEBATE IN PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. Bonar Law moved a series of resolutions allocating the time entirely to Government business. Mr. Adamson protested against the ...

    Article : 115 words
  30. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 181 words
  31. CARRINGTON.

    A welcome home will be tendered a number of Carrington's returned soldiers at the school of arts on Saturday night. A meeting of the Whalen Relief Fund ...

    Article : 41 words
  32. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    An official telegram from Melbourne, received to-day, announces that the Secretary for the Navy states that from to-day returning troops will disembark in ...

    Article : 204 words
  33. WHEAT SHIPS HELD UP.

    Yesterday wharf labourers employed on wheat ships at Pyrmont went back to work under the old conditions of employment, on condition that they would be granted ...

    Article : 243 words
  34. SPEERS' POINT.

    Mrs. Manbey of Speers' point, has received word that her husband, Private A. R. Manbey, is returning to Australia by the Mowada, due in Melbourne about ...

    Article : 31 words
  35. MR. WATT INDIGNANT.

    Mr. Watt, the Acting, Prime Minister, indignantly referred to the statements made in the other States that he could not forget he was a Victorian ...

    Article : 210 words
  36. THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    Sir Joseph Cook, the Minister for the Australian Navy, states that the British Government has expressed its appreciation and admiration of the readiness of ...

    Article : 69 words
  37. BOOLAROO.

    The committee of the sports carnival, in aid of the Boolaroo Brass Band, has decided that, in view of the influenza epidemic, the holding of the function is ...

    Article : 118 words
  38. PUMPING RESTRICTIONS.

    In connection with the restrictions of pumping on the Hunter River, it is announced by the Water Conservation and irrigation Commission, that a rainfall ...

    Article : 214 words
  39. SOUTH AFRICAN TAXATION.

    A Pretoria message states that the whole Executive of the Council of the Transvaal is coming to Capetown to interview the Government in regard to ...

    Article : 54 words
  40. HAMILTON.

    The final meeting of the Hedley Benefit Committee was held in the council chambers last night. Alderman E. Wilson (the Mayor), in expressing pleasure at the ...

    Article : 250 words
  41. MASK WEARING.

    At a special meeting of the State Cabinet held this morning the following recommendations of the Consultative Council (medical section) were adopted:— ...

    Article : 626 words
  42. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    In the South African Assembly Colonel Creswell, the Labour leader, moved an amendment to Sir Thomas Smartt's motion, recognising that the status of the ...

    Article : 196 words
  43. SIR JOSEPH WARD.

    Sir Joseph Ward, the New Zealand Treasurer, has returned to Paris. He has refused to go to Poland. He says: "Considering that a world ...

    Article : 200 words
  44. SHOP ASSISTANTS' FEDERATION.

    Mr. E. O'Dea, who has visited various Newcastle centres during the week, and enrolled a number of shop assistants in the union, states that he intends to ...

    Article : 40 words
  45. NEWCASTLE STILL FREE.

    Dr. Suckling the Acting Medical Officer of Health at Newcastle, stated yesterday afternoon that Private S. White, the escapee from the Argyllshire, had shown no ...

    Article : 303 words
  46. BUILDING TRADES FEDERATION.

    A meeting of delegates from the organisations constituting the Building Trades Federation, was held at the Newcastle Trades Hall last night. The ...

    Article : 63 words
  47. LAMBTON.

    Mrs. S. Cameron, of Durham-road, Lambton, has been advised that her son, Private J. Cameron, of the 56th Battalion, is returning to Australia in a ...

    Article : 57 words
  48. ADELAIDE IRONWORKERS.

    The ironworkers' dispute remains unsettled: A meeting of the men was held in the Trades Hall this morning, when it was decided to stand firm until a ...

    Article : 35 words
  49. Advertising

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    Advertising : 31 words
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