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  2. GREEK REVOLUTION.

    The Revolutionary Committee has ordered ex-King Constantine, Queen Sophia, and Princes Nicholas and Andrew (their sons) to leave Greece immediately. ...

    Article : 175 words
  3. SITUATION EXTREMELY GRAVE. TURKS ON DARDANELLES SHORE.

    The position is eqarded as extremely grave, as the Turks show no disposition to withdr[?] form the neutral zone at Chanak. The Constaptin[?] correspondent of the "Daily Express" says the Turkish authorities s[?] that General Sir Charles Harington is proceeding to ...

    Article : 130 words
  4. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    Sir Mark Sheldon has returned from Geneva greatly impressed with Lord Robert Cecil's handling of the disarmament question. A feature of the debate ...

    Article : 282 words
  5. TRADE REVIEW.

    The past fortnight has been a trying period for the Stock Exchange. There as been so much uncertainty regarding events in the Near East that business has ...

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  6. DYNAMITE OUTRAGE.

    The labour dispute at Greeveston between the Huon Timber Company and its employees continues to be marked by outrages involving the use of dynamite. ...

    Article : 176 words
  7. INCREASED HOURS. UNION OPPOSITION.

    Another long sitting of the Council of Action was held at the Trades Hall on. Saturday. Representatives of the miners were present. ...

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  8. AUSTRALIA'S ATTITUDE.

    Newspapers are giving prominence to Mr. W. M. Hughes's speech, with headlines and posters, "Australia Warns the Turks." ...

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  9. ALSACE-LORRAINES.

    During a debate on the peace propaganda of various contries at the international democratic congress, the Minister for Foreign Affairs (M. Czernia) ...

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  10. MACLAREN'S TEAM. DEPARTURE FOR AUSTRALASIA.

    Mr. A. C. MacLaren's team of cricketers for Australia and New Zealand has sailed. When interviewed Mr. MacLaren said, "I am somewhat anxious about the team's ...

    Article : 303 words
  11. IF WAR COMES.

    At a meeting of the Central Council of the Australian Red Cross at Federal Government House, presided over by her Excellency (Lady Fowler), it was resolved ...

    Article : 199 words
  12. BRITAINS FIRM STAND.

    It was semi-officially stated in London on Friday that the Kemalist troops are right up to the British positions in the clanak area, so near that they are gazing ...

    Article : 227 words
  13. EX-MINISTERS ARRESTED.

    MM. Gounaris, Stratos, protopapadakis, Goudas, and Theotokis (ex-Ministers) have been arrested on a charge of being responsibel for the defeat of the Greek ...

    Article : 125 words
  14. BRITISH OFFICERS.

    The War Office has received large numbers of offers of service overseas from ex-officers and reserve officers. It announces that the above are not needed at ...

    Article : 44 words
  15. "THE DARG."

    The Southern coal owners so far have not received any assurance from the Miners' Federation that the "darg" will be lifted. If the Federation's ...

    Article : 248 words
  16. FINANCIAL STRESS.

    The report on unpaid subscriptions to the League shows great financial stress, principally due to the fact that over £5,000,000 in gold francs has remained ...

    Article : 135 words
  17. "SEE THE CRISIS THROUGH"

    General Sir lan Hamilton, in unveiling a war memorial at Gambulslang, Scotland, said that peace was the last thing the makers of the treaties of Versailles and ...

    Article : 152 words
  18. THE NEW CABINET.

    A Cabinet has been formed, the most prominent members being:— Prime Minister, M. Zaimis. Minister for Foreign Affairs, M. Oditis. ...

    Article : 101 words
  19. INTERNATIONAL DEBTS.

    (Mr. Reginald M'Kenna, the head of the London Joint City and Midland Bank, who will address the 48Sth convention of the American Bankers' Association on ...

    Article : 48 words
  20. UNIONS AND WAR.

    The attitude that should be taken towards future wars was discussed at Saturday's sessions of the Council of Action, which met at the Trades Hall. ...

    Article : 300 words
  21. SUNSHINE HOURS.

    Between June 1 last and September 30, London had only, 603 hours of sunshine, this being 127 hours below the average. ...

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  22. BRITISH LABOUR PROTESTS

    The Independent Labour Party has drafted a manifesto protesting against the Government's policy with regard to the Near East, and rejecting the Prime ...

    Article : 343 words
  23. KEMAL PASHA.

    M. Bouillon (the French Government representative) met Kemal Pasha in Smyrna, and after he had had a long convernation with Kemal proceeded to ...

    Article : 172 words
  24. REPUBLIC SUGGESTED.

    The "Petit Parisien" says M. Pangalos is known to have strong anti-dynastic leanings, and if he is supported, it is not impossible that the revolutionaries may ...

    Article : 44 words
  25. AFRICAN SCHEME.

    Mr. Brace, M.P., and a member of the Mining Industries' Board, in au interview with the "Cape Argus" on the eve of his departure for England, said he was ...

    Article : 97 words
  26. FEAR OF COAL STRIKE.

    Owing to information of the probability of a coal strike in Sydney the Bendigo, which sailed on Wednesday for Australian ports, was recalled by wireless ...

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  27. BRITISH LEGIONS.

    His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales attended the British Legions' rally in the Crystal Palace, and was enthusiastically welcomed, this being his first public ...

    Article : 40 words
  28. JAPANESE IN SIBERIA.

    It is announced that the Japanese evacuation of the Siberian mainland, opposite Sakhalin Island, has been completed, and the civil administration has been ...

    Article : 81 words
  29. DECISION OF ENGINEERS.

    Although the members of the Amalgamated Engineers' Society have refused to abide by the award of the Full Bench of the Federal Arbitration Court. fixing ...

    Article : 109 words
  30. DARING ROBBERY.

    Three robbers attacked two city paymasters at the door of the City Hall in the middle of the forenoon. They escaped in an automobile with seventy-five ...

    Article : 41 words
  31. USE OF OPIUM.

    The representative of the "New York Times" at Washington reports that Mr. Stephen Porter, the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, ...

    Article : 169 words
  32. BRITAIN'S EFFORTS.

    The Minister for Labour (Mr. T. Macnamara), speaking at Nottingham, announced that the Government [?]s finding an extra £10,000,000 to help the ...

    Article : 162 words
  33. WARFARE RULES.

    The State Department has announced that Mr. John Bassett Moore, a lawyer, will represent the United States at a meeting of the Commission of [?], ...

    Article : 64 words
  34. FRANCE ANXIOUS.

    France is most anxious to avert a clash between the British and Turks, and believes that M. Bouillon's despatch will help to relieve the tension, though official ...

    Article : 113 words
  35. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" says that Air. Lloyd George has abandoned his intention of appealing to tho country this year. ...

    Article : 30 words
  36. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    Aeroplanes as strike breakers is the latest phase of the Marseilles seamen's strike. Aeroplanes are being sent to the relief of stranded passengers. Out of ...

    Article : 98 words
  37. BRUTAL GERMANS.

    A father and two sons, named Jankowski, have been condemned to death, at Grandenz, Prussia, for a series of murders of unparalleled ferocity. Assisted ...

    Article : 135 words
  38. EXCHANGE RATES.

    To-day's exchange rates were:—Berlin, 7150 marks to the £; New York, 4.36[?] dollars to the £. ...

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  39. TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    Dr. Sim Yat Sen has admitted the authenticity of letters published by tho Hongkong "Telegraph." This is taken to indicate that Dr. Sun Yat Sen is safe ...

    Article : 51 words
  40. CONFLICT WITH GREEKS.

    A communique dated September 29 states: The enemy entered the neutral zone, occupied Safaalan, and killed 11 soldiers manning the outpost. We ...

    Article : 53 words
  41. AIR RACE.

    Five competitors, including H[?]rbert James (England), Brack Papa (Italy), and three Frenchmen, competed in the 300 kilometres air race for the Deutsch de ...

    Article : 57 words
  42. BRITISH REVENUE.

    The quarter's revenue decreased by £43,255,000 as compared with 1924. The decreases were:—Excess profits£9,950,000; excise, £8,051,000; Customs, £3,632,000; ...

    Article : 89 words
  43. CHANAK POSITION.

    "Le Petit Parisien" declares that French military experts, including Marshal Foch, regard the Chanak position as incapable of being healed, and favour the ...

    Article : 62 words
  44. COMMONWEALTH FINANCE.

    The Commonwealth Government is paying the British Treasury on Monday £2,770,000, being the half-yearly instalment payable under the funding war ...

    Article : 64 words
  45. AMERICAN RAILWAYS.

    The announcement has been made that 74 railway companies have now signed the agreement made at Baltimore on September 13. ...

    Article : 115 words
  46. SOVIET AGENTS.

    Soviet newspapers publish a cable message, purporting to have emanated from Allahabad, India, stating that Bolshevist agents have reached the Indian ...

    Article : 36 words
  47. SULTAN TO ABDICATE.

    The abdication of the Sultan (Muhammad VI.) in favour of the Crown Prince is imminent. ...

    Article : 27 words
  48. HIGH TEMPERATURE.

    The "Lancet' states that a young woman, aged 21, living in Vienna, swallowed a clinical thermometer, and after being X-rayes, an operation enabled the ...

    Article : 65 words
  49. DISORDERS IN BULGARIA.

    Details of the conflict which took place between the Peasants' Party, controlling the Government, and the united bourgeois parties on September 21 show that both ...

    Article : 256 words
  50. STOCK JOBBERS' FORTUNE.

    "We made a million pounds or so out of the recent boom in gilt-edged securities, and are satisfied. Let some one else carry on." This is the decision of five ...

    Article : 80 words
  51. PROSPECTS OF CONFERENCE.

    Official circles in London are of opinion that the British forees at Chanak are now sufficiently strong to hold on whatever happens. Nevertheless, the whole ...

    Article : 250 words
  52. EFFECTS OF GREEK ACTION.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the Greek revolutionary declaration to strengthen the Thracian front is considered likely to ...

    Article : 167 words
  53. TRADE WITH CANADA.

    The Government has received assurances from Mr. W. M. Hughes that Australia is anxious to negotiate a trade treaty with Canada. The Hon. F. A. ...

    Article : 57 words
  54. ARAB HORSES.

    Mr. S. Hough's stallion Shah Zada won the Arab Horse Society's endurance test of 60 miles daily for five days, having completed the 300 miles in 37 hours ...

    Article : 73 words
  55. LIGHTNING AT LISMORE.

    During a storm early this evening lightning caused the electric light wires at the Presbyter[?] Church to fuse, and the building could not be lighted. The ...

    Article : 60 words
  56. BIG MOTOR SHIP.

    The Union Steamship Company of New Zealand has placed a contract with the Fairfield Shipbuilding Yards for a passenger motor ship of 22,000 tons, with ...

    Article : 106 words
  57. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    The Irish postal strike has ended unexpectedly. The union has agreed to accept three-eighths of the proposed wages reduction from September 1, and the ...

    Article : 83 words
  58. PASSION PLAY.

    The Performances of the Passion Pay at Oberammergan have been concluded. There were 317,000 visitors during he season, and the receipts totalied 21,000,000 ...

    Article : 78 words
  59. FRENCH HARVEST.

    The Ministry for Agriculture reports that a wheat harvest is short, there being a deficit of 24,000,000 quintals owing to bad weather and recduced enltivation. ...

    Article : 39 words
  60. TRADE IN DIAMONDS.

    An early revival of the diamond trade is foreshadowed. It is stated that B[?]shevik dimonds are now absorbed. There is a big demand in South America. It is ...

    Article : 48 words
  61. FALSE PROPAGANDA IN INDIA.

    Immense satisfaction is expressed by Moslems in the Punjab, which is regarded as the dancer spot of India, over the news published in Indian papers, and said to ...

    Article : 93 words
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