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  2. PEACE PROPOSALS.

    In view of the result of the Allied Socialists' Conference, the proposed Stockholm Conference has been postponed. ...

    Article : 28 words
  3. PUSHING FOR RIGA.

    The Admiralty has received by wireless the following Russian official message: The enemy crossed the Dwina south-eastward of Riga, and occupied ...

    Article : 136 words
  4. RECRUITING.

    The Premier (Mr. T. J. Ryan) was the principal speaker at the recr[?]ting meeting held in front of the Post Office yesterday[?] Mr. Ryan "held the stage" for ...

    Article : 1,045 words
  5. THE STRIKES.

    The statement of the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) with regard to Mr. Justice Higgins, which appeared in the "Courier" yesterday, was the subject of a ...

    Article : 1,075 words
  6. VICTIMISATION.

    An after[?]th of the railway strike is reported. The secretary of the Compined Railway Unions has written to the Deputy Commissioner (Mr. Pagan). ...

    Article : 116 words
  7. MR. JUSTICE HIGGINS'S REMARKS.

    Mr. Hughes said to-night:—"I am informed that the President of the Commonwealth Court of Arbitration on the hearing of the application made on ...

    Article : 482 words
  8. N.S.W. DEVELOPMENTS.

    In view of the statement that mediation is to proceed with a view to settlement of the striek, the Government to-day issued the following statement: "No good purpose ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  9. GERMANY HARD-PUSHED.

    "Le Matin" states that despite the apparent successes of the Central Powers against Russia the enemy is in a most difficult position. Youths of the 1919 ...

    Article : 179 words
  10. MR. RYAN INTERFERES.

    The Premier of Queensland has addressed the following telegram to the Acting Premier of New South Wales:— "The following has been received from ...

    Article : 366 words
  11. THE ITALIAN THRUST.

    The Admiralty has received, by wireless, the following Italian official message: We repulsed co[?]nter-attacks on the southern edge of Bainsizza Platean, ...

    Article : 344 words
  12. REICHSTAG'S RESOLUTION.

    German pan-Germans are making efforts to dissolve the Reichstag. Leading Junker newspaper declare that the Reichstag does not represent the people, and are ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. THE COSSACKS PUNISHED.

    The latest desertions on the Riga and Roumanian Fronts have induced General Korniloff to re[?]terate his demands for disciplinary reforms in the ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. PRESIDENT WILSON'S DEMAND.

    The "V[?]wa[?]rts" approves of President Wilson's demand that a responsible German Government should guarantee terms of peace, and urges the Reichstag to take ...

    Article : 47 words
  15. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS.

    The question of the scope of a certificate granted last week by the Registrar of the Industrial Court, stating that there was a dispute between the ...

    Article : 509 words
  16. BOMBS ON KENT.

    A British official statement says: Hostile aeroplanes crossed the Kent coast at 11.15 last night, and flew seawards a few minutes later. A few bombs ...

    Article : 50 words
  17. MR. HUGHES'S PROMPT ACTION.

    Mr. Hughes received a telegram on Saturday from the Premier of Queensland pointing out that there is a serious shortage in thle supplies of flour at Normanton ...

    Article : 169 words
  18. THE MOSCOW CONFERENCE.

    The consensus of opinion as to the results of the conference at Moscow is that it has greatly streng[?]hened the Provisional Government and Russian ...

    Article : 398 words
  19. AMERICA AND THE WAR.

    The Mayor (Mr. Thomson) permitted the People's Council to open their peace conference, and ordered the police to protect the meeting. Governor Lowden ...

    Article : 111 words
  20. THE BRITISH FRONT.

    Field-Marshal Haig reports to-day.[?] The enemy heavily attacked with bombs our advanced posts south-westward of Havrincourt, which he failed to reach ...

    Article : 107 words
  21. THE BORDER TRAFFIC.

    Statements were made yesterday in Brisbane to the effect that the Government had issued instructions to the railway men that the regulations of the ...

    Article : 142 words
  22. PRESIDENT WILSON ON LABOUR

    President Wilson, in letters to Mr. Samuel Compers (president of the American Federation of Labour), praising the coming conference as an ...

    Article : 155 words
  23. THE FRENCH FRONT.

    A French communique states: Reciprocal artillerying of the most lively character has taken place at night time on the A[?]sne. Our accurate fire ...

    Article : 145 words
  24. PASSENGERS' LUGGAGE.

    On the arrival of the mail train from Brisbane at Wallangarra on Sunday evening, it is stated, porters refused to handle luggage, and an appeal was made to the ...

    Article : 146 words
  25. GERMAN EYES ON NEW GUINEA

    The "Berliner Tageblatt" states that New Guinea and Samoa before the war gave Germany large supplies of copra, which were immensely servi[?]ble for ...

    Article : 108 words
  26. RECRUITS IN BRISBANE.

    Yesterday 12 men offered their services for the A.I.F. at the Adelaide-street depot. Seven were declared fit, three referred to the P.M.O., and two ...

    Article : 135 words
  27. GERMAN INTRIGUE.

    A semi-official statement from Berlin contradicts the Russian statement that a division mutinied and fled near Focsani on August 28, and declares that the ...

    Article : 67 words
  28. WATERSIDE TROUBLE AT MACKAY.

    A development in the industrial trouble has occurred locally. Hitherto the waterside workers found rem[?]erative employment in taking sugar from the railwayd ...

    Article : 117 words
  29. PRESSED INTO SERVICE.

    The "Telegraaf" says: Practically the whole male population at Bruges has been ordered to help strengthen the new German lines between the Bruges-Ostend ...

    Article : 41 words
  30. IN VICTORIA.

    There were a few minor extensions in Victoria to-day, owing to the refusal of the union storemen and carters to handle "black" goods and merchandise, which ...

    Article : 559 words
  31. "THIS SHOWED THE VIEW THEY TOOK."

    Mr. Hughes, referring to the r[?]peat[?] statements of the Premier of Queensland that he had received no reply to his telegram of August 23, asking the consent of ...

    Article : 205 words
  32. THE BONUS TROUBLE.

    Fot the last seven years a bonus has been paid to the moulders in the Ipswich railway worksh[?]ps for special skill and workmanship. That systemn, as ...

    Article : 131 words
  33. NORWAY'S TRAGIC POSITION.

    The "Social Demokraten" states that Norway has foodstuffs only for one month. The import prospects are very dark. It urges the Government to seiz[?] ...

    Article : 39 words
  34. DISEASE IN GERMANY.

    An epidemic of dysentery is general in Germany and Austria, attributed to malnutrition. The patients are unable to get good milk. The German War Office is ...

    Article : 102 words
  35. THE RECENT NAVAL FIGHT.

    The survivors state that the German trawlers sunk by British gunboats were carrying great quantities of food for submarines. Suddenly the trawlers ...

    Article : 117 words
  36. THE N.P.C. MANIFESTO.

    The National Political Council of Queensland issued a manifesto yesterday in the "Courier" contrasting the inactivity of the Government in dealing with the ...

    Article : 250 words
  37. AN ANTI-BRITISH ALLIANCE.

    Private telegrans sent from the Kaiser to the Tsar between 1904 and 1906 have been discovered at Tsar[?]koe-[?]lo. They show that the Kaiser advocated an ...

    Article : 77 words
  38. G.P.O. MEETINGS.

    There will be no meetings at the G.P.O. until Friday, when Mr. J. M. Hunter will speak at 1 p.m. ...

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  39. FOR A SOLDIER'S WIFE.

    The appeal made by Mr. Andrew Craig for assistance for the unfortunate wife of a soldier who suffered the loss of her home by fire met with a good response ...

    Article : 118 words
  40. FIGHTING NEAR MONASTIR.

    The Admiralty has interrepted by wireless the following German official message: The French strongly attacked near Monastir, but we wiped out or took ...

    Article : 48 words
  41. THE INDUSTRIAL LAW FARCE.

    Sir, —It seems evident that although, theoretically, the various Governments of Australia have the power to exact penalties from unions that break the law, ...

    Article : 204 words
  42. KILLED ON ACTIVE SERVICE.

    Lieutenant Colin Creswell, third son of Rear-Admiral Creswell (Australia), who was with the Royal Navy, has been killed on active service. ...

    Article : 29 words
  43. THE SYDNEY MAIL TRAIN.

    The mail train from Sydney arrived in Brisbane on time last evening. It is presumed that the train left Sydney as usual yesterday, and the train from ...

    Article : 43 words
  44. PRICE OF NECESSARIES.

    The national conference of engineering and allied trades, representing 200,000 members, passed a resolution at Leeds that the price of necessaries must be ...

    Article : 53 words
  45. DIVIDING SWISS CHOCOLATE.

    Switzerland has agreed to reduce the export[?] of 4[?],000 q[?]tals of chocolate to the Central Powers to 24,000 the surp[?]s to be diverted to the Allies ...

    Article : 44 words
  46. DECORATION FOR BERNSTORFF.

    The Hague correspondent of the "New York Times" states that the Kaiser has personally presented Count [?]o[?] Bern[?]orff [?]ate German Amba[?]dor to the ...

    Article : 54 words
  47. AN INDIGNATION MEETING.

    It is announced by advertisement that the Returned Soldiers' and Patriots' National Political League will hold an ind[?]nation meeting in the Centennial ...

    Article : 59 words
  48. A RED CROSS APPEAL.

    The Red Cross Society would be glad to receive offers of a cottage home in a suitable position near Brisbane to use as nursing quarters and kitchen for advanced ...

    Article : 53 words
  49. GERMANS RECAPTURED.

    Eleven German escap[?] have been recaptured. ...

    Article : 14 words
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