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  2. THE SOLAR ECLIPSE. STANTHORPE OBSERVATIONS.

    The President of the New south Wales branch of the British Astronomical Association (Mr. W. F. Gale, F.R.A.S.), who has just arrived in Brisbane from ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. BRIBERY CHARGE.

    The trial of John Harvey Crothers Sleeman (42) and Edward Bernard Counolly (59), both journalists, on a charge of having attempted to influence the vote in ...

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  4. PEACE ALMOST ASSURED. LORD CURZON'S OPINION.

    Lorn Curzon has returned from Paris. He states that he is satisfied with the result of his visit, and believes that an agreement has been reached in the right direction, and that the peace of Europe is pretty well assured. ...

    Article : 63 words
  5. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. NATIONAL PROSPECTS.

    More than two hours was spent by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to-day in discussion' with the campaign executive of the National Association regarding ...

    Article : 160 words
  6. ON THE LAND. MEAT INDUSTRY.

    The Minister for Agriculture and Stock (Mr. Gillies) arrived in Brisbane by the mail train last night from Melbourne, where he attended a conference of ...

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  7. ALLIED NOTE.

    Mustapha Kemal's reply to the Allied Note is expected to-morrow, as the Angora Cabinet is now in Angora, The only question Kema[?] Pasha may ...

    Article : 119 words
  8. OTTOMAN DEMAND.

    The "Morning Post's" represeatative at Constantinople declares that it is authoritatively stated that Angora will absolutely reject any form of control of ...

    Article : 145 words
  9. WEST AUSTRALIAN NOMINATIONS.

    The A.L.P. candidates for the Senate and House of [?]presentatives have been chosen for the Federal elections, and the Primary Producers' Association has acted ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. ANCIENT MINER.

    The details have been published of a discovery of considerable scientific importance. The skeleton of an ancient mine worker in Southern Rhode[?]ia was ...

    Article : 101 words
  11. TURKISH BLUNDER.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that the Turkish commander, believing that the British troops had evacuated the Chanak ...

    Article : 60 words
  12. OBJECTIONS SUGGESTED.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Morning Post" suggests that the Allies' note will not satisfy either side. The Turks recognise its favourable terms, but ...

    Article : 142 words
  13. STREET FIGHTING.

    The Constantinople correspondent of "Le Matin" telegraphs that a stale of siege has been declared at Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, in consequence of ...

    Article : 57 words
  14. TRIBUTE TO BRITAIN.

    Paris papers pay a tribute to the British Minister for Foreign Affairs (Lord Curzon), declaring that: "His moderation and broad-mindedness have ...

    Article : 103 words
  15. ENTHUSIASM IN CONSTANTINOPLE.

    The people received the Allies' decision at Paris with indescribable enthusiasm. It is generally believed that Kemal Pasha will accept a conference. ...

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  16. IMMIGRATION.

    Though the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) spent some time to-day discussing the proposed immigration agreement with the Premier (Sir George Fuller), ...

    Article : 121 words
  17. PROHIBITION LAW.

    The Treasury Department has announced that 9,125,000 dollars (£1,825,000) will be asked for from Congress for the enforcement of prohibition during the ...

    Article : 88 words
  18. DISAPPOINTED GREEKS.

    The French Minister handed over the Allies' note, which the Cabinet discussed at length. The people are keenly disappointed at the prospects of losing ...

    Article : 61 words
  19. SMYRNA FIRES.

    The French High Commissioner declares that after investigation he finds it is not true that the Turks set fire to Smyrna. ...

    Article : 33 words
  20. NEW MINISTER.

    A Bill to amend the Officials in Parliament Act so as to provide for, the transference of the portfolios hitherto [?]ld by a member of the Legislative Council ...

    Article : 239 words
  21. THE STRAITS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" understands that i[?] Kemal Pasha rejects the Allied note France and Italy will withdraw their ...

    Article : 48 words
  22. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    Eight thousand passengers have been held up in the city of Marseilles and [?] at Port Vendres owing to the sailors' strike. ...

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  23. BRITISH DESTROYER SUNK.

    The Admiralty announces that the destroyer Speedy sank after a collision with a tug in the Sea of Marmora, and it is feared that ten lives have been lost. ...

    Article : 42 words
  24. FEDERAL SERVANTS

    The 10th annual conference of the Common wealth Public Service Cler[?] Association, representing [?] public servants, was opened this morning, the general ...

    Article : 179 words
  25. PRINCE OF WALES.

    His Royal H[?]ghness the Prince of Wales pro[?]bly will visit South Africa next year. ...

    Article : 25 words
  26. IN ARCTIC SEAS.

    Indication of the possibility of another Arctic tragedy came with a brief wireless from the Siberian coast, received to-day by Mr. V[?] Ste[?]ssion, the ...

    Article : 221 words
  27. AMERICAN BANDITS

    A s[?]ational gaol delivery, such as [?] [?] have become typical throughout the American Middle-west, occurred here last night, with its sequel to-day. Twelve ...

    Article : 179 words
  28. THE WALLAL PARTY.

    The Wa[?] eclipse camp has been entirely disman[?], and all the apparatus in cases have been carted to the beach. The loading of the schooner Gwendoline ...

    Article : 245 words
  29. FRENCH BUDGET.

    The Budget presented by the Budget Committee of the Chamber of Deputies proposes credits for 1922 amounting to 22,928,000,000 francs (nominally ...

    Article : 32 words
  30. COCKATOO DOCK.

    The rumours that the Federal Ministry contempla[?]ed the sale of Cockatoo Island dockyard were again denied to-day by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes). Two ...

    Article : 115 words
  31. WOOL CASE.

    John Cooke and Co., Pty., Ltd., and Peter M'William, Ltd., and Thomas Alfred F[?]d, Henbert Field, and Sydney Johns Field, on behalf of themselves ...

    Article : 249 words
  32. MT. MORGAN MINE.

    Persistent rumonrs have been circulated that the Mount Morgan mine is closing at Christmas for a lengthy period, also that the company intends shortly to ...

    Article : 73 words
  33. AMERICA CUP.

    Sir Thomas Lipton has arrived here, and his declared that the prese[?]t economic conditions are not such as to warrant a challenge for the America Cup ...

    Article : 68 words
  34. SOVIET OFFICIALS.

    Nearly all the members of the State Department of Commerce have been arrested on charges of [?]ment. ...

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  35. NOTES MADE ON MARLEY ROCKS.

    Mr. James Caulfeild, of Windermere-road, Hamilton, one of the official sketchers, who made their observations from Marley Rocks, Stanthorpe, has supplied ...

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  36. SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL.

    After many years, finality has been reached in regard to the proposed war memorial. Some tims back it was decided to erect a memorial in the Botanic ...

    Article : 94 words
  37. AMALGAMATED WIRELESS.

    With the appointment of the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) as [?]venth director of the Amalgamated Wireless Co., Ltd., the way is now clear for a meeting of ...

    Article : 69 words
  38. A SWISS LAW.

    The people, by [?] votes to 292,33[?], have rejected a law passed by the National Council providing for the punishment of persons concerned with any ...

    Article : 45 words
  39. THE REPARATIONS.

    M. D[?], the French representative on the Reparations Commission, has resigned owing to ill-health. It is expected that M. Jo[?] will [?] him. ...

    Article : 32 words
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