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  2. "BROUGHT TO HEEL"

    The further explanation of the Minister for Mines (Mr. Jones) regarding a reduction of the ration allowances has "cut no ice" in Mt. Morgan. Mr. Jones ...

    Article : 174 words
  3. CHINESE RISING.

    The Peking correspondent of the "Chicago News" states that Allied warships in Chinese waters have formed a joint squadron to protect foreign shipping ...

    Article : 173 words
  4. FRESH ATTEMPT.

    The "Daily Herald" says that Mr. Lloyd George is making a new attempt to secure a settlement of the Irish trouble. He is net conceding the Irish demand for ...

    Article : 527 words
  5. IMMIGRATION.

    After sitting for five days, during which matters of common interest to the Commonwealth and the States were discussed, the Premiers' Conference, at which ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  6. WORLD'S BURDENS.

    Admiral Beatty (one of the British delegates to the Washington Conference), in the course of a speech here, said: "I have often been asked if anything is ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  7. NEW HEBRIDES.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes), in the House of Representatives to-day, said that the Government was in receipt of an offer from a French Company offering ...

    Article : 649 words
  8. AIR SERVICES.

    A representative of the Australian Press Association interviewed Mr. A. B. Raper, M.P., regarding his numerous questions in the House of Commons in ...

    Article : 465 words
  9. "KNOCK HIM."

    It was no good trying to legislate [?] boss out of business. If they could not in[?]date the boss they should "knock him." If they were strong enough they ...

    Article : 715 words
  10. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    The Health Department reported yesterday that another suspcious case had been discovered the patient being a man residing in North Brisbane. The ...

    Article : 539 words
  11. DR. DONALDSON.

    Archbishop Donaldson, who passed through Melbourne to-day on his way to England, was entertained by the Church of England Men's Society at the ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. ARABS AND JEWS.

    Advices received here state that serious disturbances between Arabs and Jews have occuired in Jerusalem, during which a homb was thrown. ...

    Article : 56 words
  13. HUNGARIAN CROWN

    The Crown Forfeiture Bill points out that the Trianon Treaty did not impose the forfeiture of the Grown, which the Allies now demand, and adds that the ...

    Article : 106 words
  14. TAXATION REPORT.

    A report has been presented by three commissioners (including the chairman) to Parliament against the report of the Taxation Commission advocating the ...

    Article : 157 words
  15. WOOL MARKET.

    At the Hull wool sales best sorts were firm at average rates, and faulty wools realised 7½ per cent. below London closing rates. ...

    Article : 50 words
  16. INTERNING EX-ROYALTIES.

    Although a telegram from Fu[?] states that arrangements have been made to intern the ex-Emperor Karl and the ex-Empress Zita there the Government has ...

    Article : 47 words
  17. REPARATION PAYMENTS.

    The Washington correspondent of the United Press Association states that the German Minister for Finance (Herr Bergmann) has submitted new proposals ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. BANANA INDUSTRY.

    A comprehensive set of regulations, framed for the purposes of the Banana Industry Preservation Act, passed by the Queensland Parliament last session[?] ...

    Article : 831 words
  19. VERDICT OF MURDER.

    The coroner's jury at the inquest in connection with the death of Ernest Coates and his wife and adult son and daughter, who died at Streatham as the ...

    Article : 121 words
  20. MIGRATION PLAN.

    Speaking in the House of Commons Mr. Gideon Murray complained that the supprementary estimate of £350,000 for overseas settlement would only enable 15,000 ...

    Article : 175 words
  21. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    The round table ofference on unemployment sat for the third time to-day, and admitted the Press to its proceedings, Mr. John Ferguson presided as an ...

    Article : 489 words
  22. OUT OF HAND.

    The Legislative Assembly sat unfit nearly 4 o'clock this morning, dealing in Committee with the Wheat Marketing Bill. About 3 o'clock members got out ...

    Article : 206 words
  23. VALUE OF THE MARK.

    The value of the German mark has [?]ped to 830 to the [?] sterling, hi consequence of heavy selling from Holland, and even Germany itself. The slump is ...

    Article : 57 words
  24. THE REPORTED PNEUMONIC CASE.

    The Federal Director of Health (Dr. Cumpston stated to-day that if it were correct that a case of the pneumonia variety of bubonic plague had occurred at ...

    Article : 125 words
  25. CHEQUE BETTING.

    Unexpected obstacles in the House of Lords resulted in the emasculation of the Muir Mackenzie Betting Bill, from which retrospectivity has been eliminated. ...

    Article : 78 words
  26. GERMANY'S POSITION.

    General Nollet, who is President of the Commission for the disarmament of Germany is reported to have declared in the course of an interview with French ...

    Article : 169 words
  27. AUSTRALIAN MEAT.

    Senator Fairbairn interviewed the Acting High Commissioner (Mr. M. L. Shepherd) with reference to the disposal in Britain of the accumulated surplus of ...

    Article : 53 words
  28. ORDER AGAINST MR. BOTTOMLEY.

    The High Court has ordered Mr. Horatio Bottomley to pay Cathedrine Yates, a widow, £444 in respect of Victory Bond certificates purchased in July, ...

    Article : 33 words
  29. WAR HOMES.

    The Federal Public Accounts Committee has presented a report to the Federal Parliament upon the War Service Homes Commission of West ...

    Article : 176 words
  30. IPSWICH.

    Six applications were received for the positions of [?] of the Ipswich municipal swimming baths. These were de[?] with at a meeting of the joint committee ...

    Article : 155 words
  31. SUGAR BEET IN WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The Agent-General for West Australia (Sir James Connolly) attended the opening of a sugar beet factory at Newark for the purpose of collecting facts for the ...

    Article : 82 words
  32. AMERICAN TARIFF.

    The Finance Committee of the Senate has recommended the extension of the Emergency Tariff Act until February 1, 1922. ...

    Article : 28 words
  33. THE FOOTBALLERS.

    E. M'Grath will be included in the Australasian team for the test match on Saturday, and probably also Potter, Norman, and Ryan. Ives has been ...

    Article : 116 words
  34. SHIPPING FREIGHTS.

    The new rates of shipping freight to Australia are as follows:—F[?] measurement, 115/ per ton; rough measurement, 90/; close weight, 53/; packed, 65/. The ...

    Article : 128 words
  35. TRAGEDIES OF THE ALPS.

    The "Sunday Express" states that owing to the absence of snow this summer the Alps are giving up the bodies of climbers who were killed 20 years ago, and it is ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. SUGAR AGREEMENT.

    At a large and representative public meeting this afternoon it was unanimously decided to extend an invitation to the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) and the ...

    Article : 201 words
  37. TOOWOOMBA.

    Mr. W 'Binns (manager of the State Wheat Board), who has been visiting the Mara[?] district, has returned to Toowoomba. He states that harvesting ...

    Article : 326 words
  38. FEDERAL ARBITRATION.

    In the interval between the claims being fixed and an award being made for members of the Federated Engine-drivers' and Firemen's Association, employed by the ...

    Article : 181 words
  39. COMMONWEALTH'S DEBT.

    In the House of Representatives the Treasurer (Sir Joseph Cook) informed Mr. Higgs (N.) that a total indebtedness of the Commonwealth under the funding ...

    Article : 224 words
  40. NO ALLIANCES.

    Speaking at the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, the United States Ambassador (Mr. Harvey) referred to Lord Derby's publicity expressed hope that America ...

    Article : 75 words
  41. STOKERS AND TRIMMERS.

    The Labour Conference's commission recommends 18 years as the minimum age for stokers and trimmers on board ship, and will present a draft convention on ...

    Article : 77 words
  42. CHILDREN AND THEATRES.

    Their Honours the Chief Justice (Sir Alfred Tristram Lawrence), Mr. Justice Sankey, Mr. Justive Acton, in a considered judgment, upheld a local government ...

    Article : 110 words
  43. LATE MARQUIS OF MILFORD HAVEN.

    The late Marquis of Milford Haven's unsettled property in the United Kingdom amounts to £6533. ...

    Article : 24 words
  44. LORD NORTHCLIFFE.

    In the course of an interview with the Tokio correspondent of the united Press Association, Lord Northcliffe declared that the Anglo-Japanese Alliance had ...

    Article : 68 words
  45. LOSSES OVER RACES.

    [?]an (St. Barde Richardson, teller at the Hawthorn branch of the Commercial Bank of Australia, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment to-day for the larceny of ...

    Article : 64 words
  46. LADIES' COLLEGE APPOINTMENT.

    Miss Nancy Jobson, the principal of the Toowoomba Presbyterian Ladies' College, has been appointed to a similar position at the Presbytarian Ladies' College, ...

    Article : 64 words
  47. FIRM OF T. P. COATES.

    The firm of T. P. Coates shows a net profit for the year of £2,072,000 compared with £4,165,000 in 1920. The director have decided to add £250,000 from the ...

    Article : 63 words
  48. WAR GRAVES.

    The Acting High Commissioner (Mr. M. L. Shepherd) is proceeding to Brussels to confer with the Belgian authorities in reference to the recovery of the b[?] ...

    Article : 41 words
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