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  2. BRAVE POLICE GARRISON.

    A desperate night attack was made by Sinn Feiners on Ki[?]nallock police barracks, Limerick. They tiny garrison held out for five hours against 400 attackers, ...

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  3. AID FOR POOR STUDENTS.

    A large crowd assembled in the Range Couvent Grounds this afternoon, when his Grace Archbishop Duhig blessed the foundation stone of the new convent ...

    Article : 451 words
  4. AUSTRALIANS' GREAT SERVICE.

    At the Lord Mayor's banquet, given at the Mansion House to the masters of the City Guilds, Sir George Riddell, who represented the British Press at the Peace ...

    Article : 208 words
  5. THE LIGHT HORSE.—IX.

    The VII. and VIII. Turkish Armies having been destroyed, on September 25, General Allenoy instructed General Chauvel to advance on Damascus with a ...

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  6. IPSWICH SHOW.

    In the absence of Mr. E. Baynes (chairman of the council of the National Association), Brigadier-General J. H. Cannan to-day declared open the 45th show of ...

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  7. GERMANY'S INDEBTEDNESS.

    The Chambers of Deputies, by an overwhelming majority, expressed its confidence in the Prime Minister (M. Millerand) after he had given an explanation ...

    Article : 190 words
  8. THE PRINCE'S WELCOME.

    His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales enjoyed a happy respite yesterday morning. In the afternoon the Royal visitor paid a visit to the Royal ...

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  9. THE MERCANTILE MARINE.

    The internatinal labour office of the League of Nations notifies that representatives of 21 States, including Australia, will attend the conference at ...

    Article : 158 words
  10. THREATENED REVOLUTION.

    The Commissary for the maintenence of order has made a statement to the Press that while the rumours of a forthcoming revolution have a basis, in reality they ...

    Article : 163 words
  11. PERSONAL.

    It was ascertained from the Acting Premier (Mr. Gillies) last evening that Mr. W. Hamilton (the President of the Legislative, Council) was considerably ...

    Article : 651 words
  12. SUPPORT IN AMERICA.

    The Foreign Relations Committee of the House of Representatives has favourably reported on the resolution sympathising with Ireland's aspiration for a ...

    Article : 45 words
  13. AN INTERRUPTED FLIGHT.

    Lieutenent Parer left Moulmein on Wednesday, and is resuming his flight to Australia. With Lieutenant M'Intosh, he has been detained at Burma since April 4, ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. FIERCE FIGHTING AT KIEV.

    A Bolshevik communique reports that fierce fighting is proceeding in the Kiev sector, successes alternating with repulses. The Poles continue to press forward in ...

    Article : 39 words
  15. V.R.C. GRAND NATIONALS.

    The following weights have been declared for the chief events at the V.R.C. Grand National Meeting:— GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE, 3 ...

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  16. NATIONAL HONOUR.

    President Wilson intends to make "national honour" the crux of the camprign in the fight for the League of Nations, and proposes to resubmit the ...

    Article : 226 words
  17. TRAIN HELD UP.

    Italian railwaymen held up a train at Turin, in the persistent belief that it contained munitions for Poland, despite the owners assertion that it was only ...

    Article : 58 words
  18. GRAVES OF AUSTRALASIANS.

    Sir Thomas Mackenzie (High Commissioner for New Zealand) has returned to London, after visiting the graves of Australasian soldiers at Tidworth, ...

    Article : 138 words
  19. OCCUPATION OF ENZELI.

    The Soviet Government has replied to Persia's protest against the bombardment and occupation of Enzeli, on the Caspian Sea. The reply indicates that the Soviet ...

    Article : 48 words
  20. VISITS TO ANZAC HOSTELS.

    Visits to Anzac hostels for permanently incapacitated soldiers by the Prince of Wales have now been included in the official programme. In Queensland his ...

    Article : 78 words
  21. BOLSHEVIK DELEGATE.

    The "Daily Express" states that M. Litvinoff is intriguing against M. Krassin, the Bolshevik trade delegate who is visiting London to confer with the ...

    Article : 150 words
  22. ROMANCE OF THE AIR.

    A whole sitting of the House of Commons was lately devoted to the Air Estimates for the coming year. These amounted to £21,000,000, including nearly ...

    Article : 362 words
  23. KNOX PEACE RESOLUTION.

    The House of Representatives failed by 29 votes to secure the necessary majority to override the President's veto of the Knox peace resolution. ...

    Article : 32 words
  24. THE CHILDREN'S WELCOME.

    After a vigorous debate, the members of the East Moreton Teachers Association on Saturday pledged themselves, by 68 votes to 23, to assist in supervising ...

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  25. A PLEA FOR COOLANGATTA.

    "B.E.L." writes: Sir,—With reference to the visit of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales to Queensland, why is it that Coolangatta, this State's most ...

    Article : 73 words
  26. CAR DASHED INTO TREE.

    His Majesty King Alexander of Greece and his wife, Madame Manos, were motoring at Fontainebleau, when they avoided a collision with another car, which ...

    Article : 97 words
  27. SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS.

    His Majesty the King, accompanied by the Queen, laid the foundation stone of the new School of Economics in connection with the London University. The ...

    Article : 160 words
  28. A MAORI'S PROPHECY.

    Admiral Halsey, as Commander of the Second Battle Cruiser Squadron, flew his flag several times on the Australia during the latter part of the war; and after the ...

    Article : 509 words
  29. ENGLISH RIFLE TEAM.

    The following rifle team has been selected to visit Australia:—Lieutenant-Colonel P. Richardson (who will command the team), Major Monro, Adjutant A. Garrod, ...

    Article : 257 words
  30. KING'S MARRIAGE INVALID.

    Telegrams have been received from Athens expressing the opinion that the marriage of King Alexander, which took place in the house of the sister of the ...

    Article : 132 words
  31. TOOWOOMBA AND DISTRICT.

    At the annual meeting of the Toowoomba branch of the Royal Society of St. George the following officers were elected:—President, Mr. W. Mansfield; ...

    Article : 153 words
  32. NEXT BRITISH ELECTION.

    The electorate is rapidly swelling to a size enough to swamp all pre-war parties put together, and all the ancient attachments: and to give unlimited possibility ...

    Article : 137 words
  33. REMISSION OF SENTENCES.

    Sir,—Pardon me for again intruding on year space, but I wish to express my appreciation to you for having published my letter of May 5 in regard to the ...

    Article : 387 words
  34. TURKISH LOSS IN SYRIA.

    Advices from Syria state that a French column has retaken Altab, inflicting heavy lesses on the Turks. ...

    Article : 26 words
  35. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 279 words
  36. THE SHANTUNG QUESTION.

    The Washington correspondent of the "Times" telegraphs that the Chinese legation has announced that the Chinese Government has informed Japan that it ...

    Article : 43 words
  37. MR. BALFOUR AND A PEERAGE.

    I hear (says the London correspondent of the "Glasgow Herald") that Mr. Balfour may be offered a pecrage. It is the old story revived that when he is tired of ...

    Article : 138 words
  38. LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

    At a meeting of the Milmerran Shire Council Councillors Bligh and Mabbett were appointed delegates to the Local Authorities' Conference. It was decided ...

    Article : 141 words
  39. Engine-drivers' Examinations.

    The following is a list of candidates, in order of merit, who have been successful in then examinations for certificates of competency as engine-druvers under the ...

    Article : 235 words
  40. QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S ILLNESS.

    Immediately the news of the illness of Queen Alexandra was received, the President of the British Empire League in Australia (Mr. Hugh D. M'Intosh, ...

    Article : 76 words
  41. DARWIN MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Dr. H. Leighton Jones (Government Medical Health Officer) met with a motor car mishep last night. He was driving his motor car across a vacant allotment. ...

    Article : 125 words
  42. South Brisbane Benevolent Society.

    At the monthly meeting of the South Brisbane Benevolent Society, Mrs. Connah presiding, eight needy cases were dealt with, and two were referred to the ...

    Article : 117 words
  43. ALLEGED LIBEL.

    Supreme Court writs, each claiming £1000 damages for alleged libel, were served on the "Barrier Miner" newspaper yesterday on behalf of Messrs. Kerr ...

    Article : 77 words
  44. TOOWOOMBA DISTRICT COURT.

    The sittings of the District Court were continued yesterday, before his Honour Acting Judge Drake. In the cases of Jessie M'Connell, wife of William Patrick ...

    Article : 100 words
  45. MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT.

    As James M'Gladdery, a plumber, was riding a motor cycle late last night, with his male behind him, the machine skidded on the tramline. M'Gladdery fell with ...

    Article : 61 words
  46. UNEMPLOYMENT AT DARWIN.

    There is a dearth of employment in Darwin at present, and the number of Unemployed is increasing. ...

    Article : 22 words
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