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  2. A V.M.C.A. SENSATION.

    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 ...

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  3. GALLERY NOTES.

    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 ...

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  4. BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

    The British Association has met at Bournemouth. The Hon. Sir Charles Parsons, in his presidential address, surveyed the development of engineering ...

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  5. INDEMNITY FROM GERMANY.

    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
  6. THE PEACE TREATY.

    When the House of Representatives met this afternoon all the galleries were crowded The Prime Minster (Mr. Hughes), ...

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  7. PEACE WITH BULGARIA. REPORTED SIGNATURE.

    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
  8. WELCOMED HOME.

    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
  9. ITALY SATISFIED.

    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
  10. EGYPTIAN ADMINISTRATION.

    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
  11. GERMAN CONSTITUTION.

    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
  12. NUMBER BY THE ORSOVA.

    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
  13. DESIRE FOR PEACE.

    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
  14. MEN FROM THE SUEVIC.

    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
  15. NEW WORLD ORDER.

    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
  16. MURDER IN IRELAND.

    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
  17. TRADE UNION CONGRESS.

    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
  18. GOVERNMENT IN HUNGARY.

    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
  19. BRITISH FLEET.

    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
  20. HUNGARIAN HOARD.

    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
  21. NEGOTIATIONS WITH SEAMEN.

    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
  22. ALLEGED CORRUPTION IN CHINA.

    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
  23. LABOUR IN AMERICA.

    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
  24. SILESIAN PROBLEM.

    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
  25. INTER-ALLIED COMMERCE CONFERENCE.

    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 ...

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  26. COMMERCIAL FLYING.

    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
  27. PERSHING'S HOME-COMING.

    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
  28. SALES OF AUSTRALIAN STORES.

    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
  29. A STRIKE AFTERMATH.

    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
  30. GERMAN SOCIALISTS.

    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
  31. RAILWAY STRIKE ENDED.

    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
  32. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    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 ...

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  33. PARTIES TO A PACT.

    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
  34. JAPANESE AMBASSADOR TO BRITAIN.

    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
  35. NORTH SEA BARRAGE.

    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
  36. DISORDER IN MEXICO.

    The Pekin correspondent of the "Chicago Tribune" states that the Chinese merchants in Mexico have appealed to the Chinese Government for ...

    Article : 96 words
  37. MUNICIPAL WORKERS' STRIKE.

    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
  38. STRIKERS FIRED ON.

    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
  39. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    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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