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  2. REVOLUTIONARIES CHECKED.

    The Government forces are making headway in their work of suppressing the strike revolutionaries, 2200 rebels having been captured in the central area. The police continue to make numerous arrests. The Government casualties are slight. ...

    Article : 160 words
  3. PACIFIC TREATY.

    Mr. Edward J. Wheeler and Dr. Frank Crane, editors of "Current Opinion," one of the leading political organs in the United States, have addressed an open ...

    Article : 92 words
  4. PRIME MINISTER.

    Inquiries were made of the Minister for Works and Railways (Mr. Foster) to-day with reference to the Prime Minister's impending visit to South Australia. ...

    Article : 314 words
  5. WOOL PROFITS.

    In the High Full Court the Chief Justice (Sir Adrian Knox) to-day delivered the reserved judgment of the Court in regard to the claim of G. J. Cooke and ...

    Article : 2,708 words
  6. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    According to the men affected, the condition of the unemployed at Mackay is acute owing to the scarcity of work and the cessation of the issue of the 10/ ...

    Article : 176 words
  7. AN INNINGS WIN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 261 words
  8. NEW SETTLERS.

    Gloomy pictures of industrial conditions in Great Britain were drawn by a number of new settlers who reached Melbourne to-day by the steamers Ballarat and ...

    Article : 273 words
  9. DEATH THREAT.

    A gang of armed men held up Mr. Michael Collins and party when they went to St. Finbarr's Cemetery, at Cork, to visit the Republican plot there. They ...

    Article : 70 words
  10. THE AIR FORCES.

    Drastic changes in the original policy of the Royal Australian Air Force have been discussed by the Air Council at its recent meetings, and it is expected that ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. LOYALISTS RALLY.

    Thousands of persons watched the advalue of Government troops yesterday. Government Boer commandoes have arrived at Krugersdorp, and othet ...

    Article : 729 words
  12. FALL INTO CREEK.

    The last passenger car on the Atlanta-Birmingham train, on the Atlantic railroad, was derailed here to-day while the train was crossing a trestle bridge over a ...

    Article : 80 words
  13. QUEENSLAND'S MYTHICAL GAIN.

    Comparisons between the immigration activities of Victoria and Queensland made by the Premier of Queensland (Mr. Theodore) last week were referred to by ...

    Article : 337 words
  14. WOOL SALES.

    The opening of the March wool sales to-day attracted considerable attention. The catalogue submitted comprised, perhaps, the best selection of merinos seen ...

    Article : 178 words
  15. ROAD REPAIR.

    The soldier settlers recently found it necessary to repair their settlement road, which was not completed by the Shire Council, as the last Government ...

    Article : 92 words
  16. GRECIAN OUTLOOK.

    An authoritative opinion is that Greece is considering the evacuation of Smyrna, but is unwilling to surrender Thrace. She maintains that Constantinople at all ...

    Article : 76 words
  17. SEARCH FOR OIL.

    Representatives of the Australian Petroleum Development Co. waited upon the Acting Minister for Home and Territories (Senator Earle) to-day, and asked ...

    Article : 192 words
  18. BRUTAL MURDERS.

    It has now been ascertained that the few officials who formed a guard at the Brakpan mine were c[?]bbed to death when, after their supplies of amnunition had ...

    Article : 76 words
  19. PRIZE FIGHTING.

    In a sermon preached oil Sunday night at the Bathurst Methodist Church, in which he condemned boxing contests, the Rev. Wallace Deane said: "I went to the ...

    Article : 223 words
  20. RECIPROCAL TRADE.

    Arrangements have been made for the first meeting of the Tariff Board to be held to-morrow. The Minister for Customs (Mr. Rodgers) probably will be ...

    Article : 92 words
  21. CASH PAYMENTS.

    The British Ambassador at Washington (Sir Auckland Geddes), in a speech to-day, declared that while America was holding two-thirds of the world's gold ...

    Article : 93 words
  22. THE CENTRE OF DISTURBANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    PLAN OF THE ENVIRONS OF JOHANNESBURG. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 13 words
  23. A BIG BUILDING.

    What, it is stated, will be the largest banking building in Australia, and one of the finest in the world, was started to-day, when three foundation stones of ...

    Article : 331 words
  24. DARWIN LUMPERS.

    Trouble arose yesterday afternoon at the Darwin jetty wharf. When the steamer Marella arrived from Sydney the lumpers refused to handle the cargo until Charles ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. WIRELESS SCHEME.

    Having finished the taking of evidence the committee appointed by the Federal Parliament to investigate the several schemes submitted to the Ministry for ...

    Article : 88 words
  26. GREEK REFORM.

    Following the resignation of the Government consequent on the refusal of the Boule (Chamber of Deputies) to pass a vote of confidence, the Leader of the ...

    Article : 58 words
  27. SYDNEY "PUSHES."

    Attacks on the police are becoming increasingly prevalent, and some severe punishments were to-day passed on offenders in this direction. Newtown was ...

    Article : 120 words
  28. NO RECOGNITION.

    The Chamber of Mines adheres to the position it has previously announced that while it is prepared to discuss questions at issue with the trade unions it refuses ...

    Article : 66 words
  29. SWEPT BY FIRE.

    Soldier settlements in the Young district were swept by fire during the week-end. Following several very hot days, a big blaze started at Maimuru, and spread, ...

    Article : 73 words
  30. TENANT FARMERS.

    Owing to a fall in the price of butter, tenant farmers are unable to make a living. Several have abandoned their holdings, being unable to make ends ...

    Article : 85 words
  31. BRITISH TRADE RETURNS.

    The imports for February show a decrease of £27,635,579, and the exports a decrease of £9,886,621. Re-exports increased by £2,169,957. The principal decreases in ...

    Article : 93 words
  32. ALLEGED LIBEL.

    A writ for £20,000 damages was to-day issued out of the Supreme Court of New South Wales on behalf of Joseph Herman, in respect of an alleged libel, ...

    Article : 73 words
  33. MONEY FROM ABROAD.

    It is now known that the money for the revolution came from abroad. ...

    Article : 22 words
  34. WAR PENSIONS.

    The New South Wales Council of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia met in conference on Saturday. The most vital decision was ...

    Article : 108 words
  35. MINERAL OUTPUT.

    The value of the output of minerals in New South Wales last year is officially estimated at £14,018,648, representing an increase of £2,607,18[?] as compared with the ...

    Article : 327 words
  36. BENONI RECAPTURED.

    It was announced in the House of Assembly this afternoon that General van der Venter had recaptured Benoni from the "Reds," and was advancing on ...

    Article : 63 words
  37. LABOUR PAPER.

    At a meeting of the Hobart Trades Hall Council to-night it was unanimously determined to convene a meeting of representatives of all unions to he held on ...

    Article : 179 words
  38. MARINE BOARD IGNORED.

    Notwithstanding the command of the Marine Board that the steamer Taiyuan should proceed to Brisbane to be docked, that steamer, as was the case ...

    Article : 56 words
  39. £4000 DAMAGE.

    Three adjoining hop kilns owned by Mr. William Gaul, of the Lachlan, Tasmania, were destroyed by fire this morning, together with their contents. ...

    Article : 73 words
  40. THE THIRD TRIAL.

    The third trial of Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle, the cinema comedian, on the charge of manslaughter arising from the death of Miss Virginia Rappe, a film ...

    Article : 63 words
  41. ARM OF THE LAW.

    In view of documents which have been discovered, the Government has arrested 100 Syndicalist agitators, and hag closed all trade union offices in the city. ...

    Article : 40 words
  42. SENTENCED FOR POCKET PICKING.

    George Hamilton (42, fireman) appeared in the Central Police Court yesterday, before Mr. H. L. Archdale, C.P.M., charged with having, at the Albion Park ...

    Article : 149 words
  43. FISH FERTILISER.

    The manager of the State trawling industry (Mr. Summergreene) announced to-day that if the Labour Party was returned to power it would immediately ...

    Article : 107 words
  44. SCAFFOLDING INSPECTION FEES.

    In the Summons Court yesterday Mr. W. Harris, P.M., dealt with complaints by John M'Keand, an inspector under the Scaffolding Act of 1915, against ...

    Article : 122 words
  45. KING EDWARD VII.

    The British Ambassador (Lord Hardinge) unveiled a monument to King Edward VII. at Biarritz, in the presence of a great and enthusiastic international ...

    Article : 62 words
  46. FRENCH FOOTBALLERS.

    The Australian Press Association learns that the French Rugby football team will definitely leave in May and return in October, and will play a ...

    Article : 53 words
  47. AIR TRAVEL.

    The organisation of the aerial service between Adelaide and Brisbane, via the Riverina and Sydney, is progressing rapidly. It is stated that a number of ...

    Article : 60 words
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