"President Harding, after a conference with the striking railway lenders, issued a letter pointing out that the senior[?] issue is elie only obstacle to settlement. ...Article : 302 words
Fascisti and Communist clashes during the past week have produceed a grave situation. Thirty-eight persons have been killed and bundreds wounded. The Milau, ...Article : 201 words
A Dublin official statement says that Iregulars attempted a coup in Dublin city and county on Saturday. Numbers came from Cork, travelling via Liverpool, the ...Article : 134 words
Representatives of the Allied nations met yesterday to decide on the attitude to be adopted towards Germany on the momentous question of ...Article : 1,137 words
A deputation from the Mundubbera Chamber of Commerce, consisting of Messrs. H. A. Hall, P. Macauley, R. Lahey, and E. M'Arthur, introduced by ...Article : 324 words
In anticipation of an early State election, the Rockhampton National Democratic Council has made arrangements for the National candidate for Fitzroy, ...Article : 155 words
"There is a possibility of our inaugurating the aerial mail and passenger service between Charleville and Cloncurry by the end of the ...Article : 366 words
The Argentine cattle owners are undergoing [?] the same experience as Australian owners. The "Economist" of June 24 says: "argen[?] is greatly ...Article : 512 words
Textile workers, sheet metal workers, and type founders had their wages reduced by 4/ per week by variations of their awards, made by his Honour Judge ...Article : 42 words
Evidence regarding the effect of the [?] hour week in the timber trade was given before the Full Court of the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day by Mr. ...Article : 229 words
Mr. Dixon, K.C., leading counsel for the plaintiffs in the case of the Commonwealth Government and the Central Wool Committee against the Colonial Combing, ...Article : 567 words
Despite a protest by the British Embassy, the U.S.A. Customs officials [?]ve decided to permit the entry of the cinema film, "How Kitchener was Betrayed," ...Article : 101 words
The President of the Northern' Government at Pekin, Li Yuan-heng, who ass[?]med the office in June last, has resigned. ...Article : 57 words
About 6000 members of the New South Wales branch of the Federated Clothing Trades Union have decided to solidly resist any alteration of the ...Article : 108 words
Viscount Uchida (Jupanese Minister for Foreign affairs) has informed the American Ambassador that the Washington treaties are being officially explained to ...Article : 40 words
It is reported that Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the head of the Government of South China, has suffered a disastrous defeat at the hands of Chen Chiung Ming at ...Article : 44 words
The Mexican Government has protested to America concerning the killing of two Mexicans in the Herrin massacre. They are s[?]pposedly among the unidentified ...Article : 65 words
At the trawling inquiry to-day Mr. Curtis (representing the Whitmore Australasian Scales Co.) raised a protest against a phase of the proceedure. The ...Article : 140 words
The annual congress of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League was concluded to-day. Mr. H. R. Richardson (Queensland) ...Article : 812 words
The Federal Ministers entertained Dr. Campbell and Mr. J. Moore, of Lick Observatory, California, at lunch to-day. The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) said that ...Article : 143 words
The conference of the parties concerned in the demand by the erews of the vessels at Mackay for overtime rates between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., whilst away ...Article : 111 words
At the Chess Congress to-day Watson (Australia) beat Morrison (Canada). ...Article : 18 words
The casualties resulting from the recent typhoon at Swatow are now estimated at 10,000. ...Article : 22 words
The most powerful wireless station in the world, equipped with 17 masts of 800ft. in height, has been opened at Saint Assisse, near Melun, and has already ...Article : 70 words
Mr. Grogan, who was appointed Royal Commissioner to investigate the establishment of Kendenup, and the financial position of Clement John DcGaris, and the ...Article : 277 words
Major Blake, who is attempting to fly round the world, arrived at Agra and left again on Saturday to fly to Calcutta, but encountered bad weather. The engine ...Article : 113 words
The second annual conference of the Public Service General Officers' Association was resumed at the Normal School yesterday, under the presidency of Mr. ...Article : 480 words
He had made £100,000 in less than a year by doing business with sharebrokers, but owing to the muddling and negligence of some brokers, and the corruption of ...Article : 279 words
A further phase of the industrial trouble at the Darwin wharf was reached at a meeting of the council of the North Australian Industrial Union, When the ...Article : 400 words
Lord Northcliffe is rapidly growing weaker, and his condition is very grave. ...Article : 20 words
The Aerial Derby, flown over a course embracing twice the circuit of Outer London, a distance of over 200 miles, starting from Waddon aerodrome, was won to-day ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 369 words
The motor racing at Brooklands to-day was marred by a fatality. Mr. J. G. Gibson was driving a Vauxhall car on the track, when the machine struck a fence and ...Article : 56 words
In the Legislative Assembly to-day, the Premier (Sir James Mitchell) informed Mr. Carter that the West Australian Chamber of Manufactures had advised ...Article : 95 words
The French and Australian teams for the Davis Cup have begun practice on the courts of the Stricken Club at Longwood, where the matches will be played. ...Article : 121 words
The case in which Robert William Bennett (75), Liban Mary Southwell Boland (31), Arthur Dixon Kerr (43), Walter William Sykes (37), Helena Fanny Sykes ...Article : 189 words
The celebration of the first re-union of the members of the 41st Battalion was the occasion of a most en[?] [?] [?] at the Care Re[?] last evening, ...Article : 390 words
Christopher Turner (aged 26 years) was arrested at Midland. Junction this morning off the express from Kalgoorlie on a charge of being unlawfully in possession ...Article : 49 words
This morning saw the beginning of the sixth week and 20th day of the hearing of the Bickford divorce case. Keen interest is still manifeste by the public, ...Article : 224 words
Cecil Griffits, half-mile champion of Wa;es. won a 660yds race at Stamford Bridge, in [?] 21 3/5sec., thus establishing a new British record. ...Article : 32 words
The enthusiastic band of patriotic and energetic citizens who are endeavouring to bring the worthy scheme of the Anza[?] Memorial Aven[?] to [?] held a ...Article : 275 words
An exiting struggle between a burglar and a policeman, during which shots were fired, occurred at Lewisham early this morning Hearing noises inside a ...Article : 206 words
The Social Democrats conference passed a resolution stating that the regrettable Financial position of the hospitals in Great Britain demonstrated the failure of the ...Article : 54 words
By 14 votes to 11 the rescission of the motion negativing the minute of the Lord Mayor (Alderman M'Eihone) recommending dismissal of the City Surve[?] and ...Article : 134 words
Good work by the Maryborough Fire Brigade saved the situation in a fire which occurred at the residence of the City Engineer [?] Alan Price), in ...Article : 93 words
The Press is unanimous in aserting that M Po[?]near's note announcing the enforcement of punitive measures is absolutely illegal, and contrary to the ...Article : 34 words
Mr E R Wilson, the cuptain of the Yorkshire Country Cricket [?] was taken [?] after playing in a match against Lancashire on Satur[?] and has [?] ...Article : 41 words
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