The re-election of Mr. W. H. Barnes, M.L.A., as president, the withdrawal of four of the retiring directors from the ballot, the subsequent resignation of five ...Article : 1,431 words
Proceedings in Parliament are opened with a beautiful prayer. In its final appeal the prayer asks that "peace and happiness, truth and justice, religion and piety, may ...Article : 1,621 words
The British Association has met at Bournemouth. The Hon. Sir Charles Parsons, in his presidential address, surveyed the development of engineering ...Article : 467 words
In the Canadian House of Commons Mr. C. J. Doherty (Minister for Justice), replying to a question, said he did not know on what basis Mr. W. F. Massey ...Article : 175 words
When the House of Representatives met this afternoon all the galleries were crowded The Prime Minster (Mr. Hughes), ...Article : 2,272 words
The United Press Association's correspondent at Washington says that the State Department has received advices from Paris that the peace treaty with ...Article : 97 words
The returned soldiers who had travelled to Australia by the transport Indarra and the balance of those who had arrived by the Prinz Ludwig (the major portion ...Article : 397 words
The Italian newspapers comment with satisfaction on the Austrian peace treaty, as it gives Italy a natural border and ensures her safety from attack from the nortn. ...Article : 92 words
General Sir Edmund Allenty the Admistrator in Egypt, in the course of an interview at M[?]rseliles, said that there had been no conflict in connection with ...Article : 317 words
The Supreme Council regards the reply from the German Government to the note sent by the Council protesting against an article in the new German constitution ...Article : 76 words
Returned soldiers by the Orsova are expected to arrive at New Farm wharf to-day, at 8 a.m. Bona fide next of kin will be admitted to the wharf immediately ...Article : 48 words
A. wireless message states that the Soviet Government has accepted the proposal of the Esthonian Government to negotiate for peace, and that the ...Article : 178 words
Returned soldiers from the Suevic are expeoted to arrive by special train from Sydney to-morrow, at 5 40 p. m., at No 5 platform, Central Station. Two passes ...Article : 134 words
President Wilson, in the course of a speech here, said that the peace settlement had put an end to the old system of balance of power and that a new ...Article : 150 words
The Dublin correspondent of the London "Star" states that during the disturbances at Fermoy, which followed the murder of a British soldier by Sian ...Article : 492 words
The Trade Union Congress at Glasgow has decided to promote a campaign in favour of the speedy admission of Germany to the League of Nations and of ...Article : 219 words
M. Heinrich has failed in his endeavour to form a Hungarian Ministry. An overwhelming majority of the population outside Budapest favours M. Friedrich as ...Article : 63 words
The Admiralty has ordered the Home Fleet of battleships and the 4th and 5th destroyer flotillas to be reduced to the reserve basis on October 1. A similar ...Article : 65 words
A search made at the residence of M. Szamuely, who was reported to have assumed the dictatorship in Hungary when the fall of the former Bolshevik Premier ...Article : 84 words
At a meeting of the South Australian branch of the Seamen's Union on Monday evening a motion was carried that unless some form of settlement is arrived at ...Article : 186 words
The Pekin correspondent of the "New York Times" states that the Chinese Government has instituted an investigation into the charges alleging that the ...Article : 63 words
The Boston correspondent of the "New York Times" says that more than 1000 members of the Police Union have gone on strike there, their purpose being to ...Article : 70 words
The Allied Mission in Upper Salesia has sent a telegraphic message to Paris urging that the province be occupied by the Allies before September 20. ...Article : 49 words
Mr. J. G Jenkins, a former Premier of South Australia, who has also held the appointment of Agent-General for that State, will represent the London Chamber ...Article : 50 words
Mr. H. B. Manderson, of the Trans. Australian Aerial Survey, is returning to Sydney by the steamer Montoro, having completed the examination of the Malay ...Article : 300 words
The reception given to General Pershing, who was the Commander-in-Chief of tho American forces in Europe, by the populace on his return from France ...Article : 175 words
Mr. M'Beath, who has been largely responsible for the experimental sales of Australian war store, is thoroughly satisfied with the results achieved. The initial ...Article : 179 words
The meatworks cabled to the Imperial Shipping Committee asking that the steamer Wiltshire, which is now due at Townsville, should load meat from the ...Article : 100 words
The Independent Socialists are holding an important conference in Berlin, and are preparing for their winter campaign. They are openly agitating in favour of a ...Article : 68 words
A telegram received by the Commissioner for Police yesterday from the police at Cloncurry announced that the strike of 30 men on the Djarra railway ...Article : 43 words
The Winnipeg correspondent of the "New York Times" states that when his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales arrived in that city he was enthusiastically ...Article : 40 words
The Bill introduced in Pailiament to give effect to the mandate over South west Africa, given the Union Government by the League of Nations, provides in ...Article : 170 words
The correspondent of the "New York Times" at Washington states that, according to reliables[?]ews received from Tokio, Viscount K. Ishi[?], who was ...Article : 48 words
Mr. J. Daniels (Secretary for the Navy) claimed in a speech that the mine barrage in the North Sea was laid largely by the Amrican Navy. The Allies were first ...Article : 70 words
The Pekin correspondent of the "Chicago Tribune" states that the Chinese merchants in Mexico have appealed to the Chinese Government for ...Article : 96 words
The demands of the municipal workers in the Seine province, who threatened to go on strike unless they were granted a wage of 14½ franes (about 12/1) per ...Article : 65 words
The Hammond (Indiana) correspondent of the "New York Times" states that the police fired on strikers there, with the result that three persons were killed and ...Article : 49 words
In the second innings of Mr. Thornton's XI. at Scarborough Gregory (Australia) took seven wickets for 83 runs. The Australians in their second innings lost six ...Article : 39 words
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