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  2. IN HEADLONG FLIGHT. THE IRISH WAR.

    Free State successes continue throughout Ireland, and the rebels are everywhere in headlong flight. ...

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  3. "PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED!" WAR-TIME CONTROVERSY REOPENED.

    The controversy between Major-General Sir Frederick Maurice and the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George), regarding the latter's assertions at the time of the ...

    Article : 455 words
  4. COTTON. EXTENSION OF GUARANTEE.

    "The present State Government guarantee of 5½d. per lb. for seed cotton will be emended until July 31, 1923, thus giving a further month to enable the ...

    Article : 262 words
  5. PEACE CONGRESS. INTERNATIONAL ASSEMBLY

    His Majesty the King sent a message to the 22nd International Peace Congress welcoming the delegates to English soil, assuring them of his sympathy with the ...

    Article : 298 words
  6. AMERICAN STRIKES. PRESIDENT'S EFFORTS, FUTILE.

    The Interstate Commerce Commission has declared that a national emergency has arisen due to the railway and coal Strikes, and that it is vesting itself with ...

    Article : 92 words
  7. PUBLIC SERVICE PAY. THE REDUCTIONS.

    The recent reduction in railwaymen's wages, and the attitude of the Parliamentary Labour Party on this matter, formed the subjects for consideration at ...

    Article : 586 words
  8. COAL TRIBUNAL.

    A sensation was caused at a meeting of the Coal Tribunal this afternoon, when the chairman (Mr. Hibble) threatened Mr. T. R. Morgan ...

    Article : 575 words
  9. HELP AFFORDED.

    One of the cases which the R.S.S.I.L.A. has been able to assist in the last day or two because of the generosity of "Courier" readers ...

    Article : 789 words
  10. ATTACK ON CCRK IMMINENT

    The rebels driven from Limerick have made Fermoy their headquarters, and Free State troops are marching thither, sweeping aside detached robel bands en ...

    Article : 113 words
  11. CONTROLLING MINES.

    A definite move has been made to put the mines under Government control, Senator Borah is introducing a Bill in the Senate providing for the establishment ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. HAIL OF FIRE.

    Fifty irregulars at Lillurin, Wexford, ambushed a train containing prisoners escorted by Free State troops this afternoon. Two of the coaches contained ...

    Article : 243 words
  13. ATTEMPTED SETTLEMENT.

    It is announced that President Harding has failed in his second attempt to settle the mine strike, owing to the rejection of his plan by the mine owners. The ...

    Article : 61 words
  14. PROSPECTS IN NORTHERN N.S.W.

    Mr. Reginald G. Bartlett (assistant fruit expert) has received a letter from the Under Secretary to the Department for Agriculture (Mr. G. Valder), stating that ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. THE MIDDLE EAST.

    Although the Falestine and Syrian man dates as confirmed by the League of Nations yesterday offered no surprise to cither cougtry, an anti-mandate outbreak, ...

    Article : 107 words
  16. TRAIN ATTACKED.

    Railroad strikers stormed a Santa [?] train carrying strikebreakers. A fusillade of shots was fired. The guards of the train drove off the strikers with revolvers, ...

    Article : 46 words
  17. CAMP DRAFTING.

    Trouble has arisen between the Royal National Association and the Coorparoo Turf Club. The racing club some months ago announced its intention of running a ...

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  18. HOUSE OF LORDS.

    Viscount Long, in discussing the reform seheme in the House of Lords, expressed the opinion that the hereditary principle ought not to be lightly ...

    Article : 155 words
  19. CLOTHING WORKERS.

    Clothing workers, to the number of 5000, have struck against the "sweatshops." ...

    Article : 27 words
  20. BAVARIA DEFIANT.

    The Bavarian Government has carried out its threat to set aside the Central Government's new law for the defence of the republic, and has substituted for ...

    Article : 183 words
  21. SNIPERS IN DUBLIN.

    Snipers were busy in the Four Courts area of Dublin during the night, and there was much rifle, revolver, and machine gun activity. ...

    Article : 29 words
  22. THE POLICE.

    The position of the police force in relation to be basic wage was not decided by the Arbitration Court recently. It is understood, however, that no reduction ...

    Article : 94 words
  23. WORLD FLIGHT.

    Advice has been received that Major Blake, who is attempting to fly round the world, has reached Quetta, and that all it, well with him. ...

    Article : 107 words
  24. STEEL INDUSTRY.

    The proposal made by the railway workers' branch of the A.W.U. to the Brikeb Hill Proprietary Co. and Ryland's wire-metting works for resumption of ...

    Article : 134 words
  25. FREE STATE MINISTER RESIGNS.

    Mr. Gavan Duffy has res[?]gued the portfolio of Foreign Minister in the Irish Provisional Government. He agrees with the Free State military policy, but ...

    Article : 41 words
  26. EGYPTIAN UNREST.

    The military have arrested four mem bers of the Zaghlulist delegation, which is visiting Egypt, for the secret publication of a seditious and violent manifesto ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. SCHOOL TEACHERS' SALARIES.

    The salaries of public servants including school teachers, are usually paid on the 28th or 29th of the month. As already pointed out by the "Courier" the ...

    Article : 103 words
  28. ALLIED AFFAIRS.

    Earl Balfour has informed the Prime Minister of France (M. Poincare) that the British Government will welcome him in London next week. The presence of the ...

    Article : 214 words
  29. EGYPT INQUIRY.

    The inquiry instituted at the instance of the President of the Board of Trade (Mr. S. Baldwin) into the behaviour of the Lasear crew of the P. and O. steamer ...

    Article : 455 words
  30. IMMIGRATION.

    The High Commissioner for New Zealand (Sir James Allon) has arranged to despatch the emigrants who were to have sailed on the Remuera (which was ...

    Article : 113 words
  31. PASTORAL AWARD.

    George S. Buckland, secretary of the Central branch of the A.W.U., and Henry Edward Boote, editor of the "Worker" newspaper, were charged in the Central ...

    Article : 239 words
  32. RAILWAY WORKSHOPS.

    The question of the short time worked by employees in the railway workshops and running sheds throughout Queensland was discussed with the Minister for ...

    Article : 118 words
  33. NOT ELECTED.

    Mr. W. G. Ashford, M.L.A., who was elected for Wammerawa, will lose his seat in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. After an inquiry lasting ...

    Article : 83 words
  34. ANTHRAX.

    The Home Office authorities have carried out at Liverpool successful experiments in connection with a new process for disinfeeting wool and hair infected ...

    Article : 95 words
  35. WOOL TRADE.

    At the wool sales to-day a much better selection was offered. Merinos met with good competition all round, especially for finest grades, prices being fully ...

    Article : 68 words
  36. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT.

    Messrs, Freeman and Company, selling agents for the Commonnealth Fruit Pool, report that the market for canned fruits both Anstralian and Califorman is very ...

    Article : 125 words
  37. KEEN DEBATE.

    Throughout the day the Renato continued the battle over the wool tariff. Senator Wadsworlh said he did not complain of the 33 cents per lb. duty on fine ...

    Article : 196 words
  38. AERIAL SERVICE.

    At Parliament House yesterday afternoon Mr. J, Payne, M.L.A., introduced a deputation of central and northern members to the Minister for Railways ...

    Article : 276 words
  39. DAVIS CUP.

    Patterson, Anderson, O'Hara-Wood, and Wertheim, the Australian Davis Cup Players, have arrived here by the liner Majestic. They will play exhibition ...

    Article : 57 words
  40. DEATH OF DJEMAL PASHA. MURDERED AT TIFLIS.

    It is reported that Diemal Pasha was murdered at Tiflis while en route to Kabul. [Diemal Pasha used to be one of the ...

    Article : 130 words
  41. GALLANT AUSTRALIAN.

    Frankie Burns, the Australian boxer, has been awarded the Royal Himane Society's bronze medal and certificate for saving life. Burns, while staying at ...

    Article : 107 words
  42. LONDON HOSPITALS APPEAL

    In connection with the appeal for the London hospitals, which is being made throughout the Empire, his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has consented ...

    Article : 47 words
  43. SHIPMENT OF ORANGES.

    The produce department has received a cable from the Trade Commissioner (Mr. Lewis) that the bulk of the South Australian oranges from the Moreton Bay had ...

    Article : 138 words
  44. AT[?] BAR OF THE HOUSE.

    In the House of Commons to-day the Lord Privy Seal (Mr. Austen Chamberlain) moved that the Speaker should issue a warrant to the Governor of Wormwood ...

    Article : 108 words
  45. CRIMINAL LAW.

    The House of Commons carried the third rending of the Criminal Law Amendment Bill, which provides that consent is no defence in a charge of indecent ...

    Article : 70 words
  46. THE CHANNEL COLLISION.

    The steamer Remuera, which was damaged in a collisiou with the Marengo in the Channel, is proceeding to London. ...

    Article : 25 words
  47. "AN UNSAVOURY CHARACTER."

    The ex-Kaiser and the widow of Herr Boetticher, a former Home Secretary, are seeking an injunction forbidding the performance of a new drama dealing with ...

    Article : 48 words
  48. HIGH COMMISSIONER ENTERTAINED.

    The Overseas Club gave a reception in honour of the High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Joseph Cook) and Lady Cook, ...

    Article : 27 words
  49. PORT OF LONDON RATES.

    The Port of London Authority has reduced dock and warehouse rates a further 20 points, making them 65 and 75 per cent above the prewar tariffs. ...

    Article : 34 words
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