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  2. NORTHERN CAMPAIGN. PROSPECTS BRIGHT.

    The election campaign was opened tonight on all the northern fronts. While the Premier was making his policy speech at Cairns, Mr. W. H. Green, as Deputy ...

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  3. WORLD COURT. FORCING THE ISSUE.

    President Harding has made plain his determination to stress the World Court issue this summer, with the assistance of members of the Cabinet. President ...

    Article : 96 words
  4. STILL HOPEFUL. MISSING DOUGLAS MAWSON.

    Every possible effort with the available facilities is still being made by the authorities to gain some tidings of the Douglas Mawson, but up to last evening ...

    Article : 752 words
  5. THE NEAR EAST. TURKISH NOTE.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the Angora note to the Allies expresses satisfaction at the Allies' readiness to discuss ...

    Article : 210 words
  6. VICE-REGAL TOUR.

    His Excellency the Governor (Sir Matthew Nathan) arrived here by the Thallon mail train this morning at 8.30 o'clock, accompanied by Captain Hammond, A.D.C. ...

    Article : 261 words
  7. VERDUN HEROES. A GREAT MEMORIAL.

    The jury selected to design a monumental tomb to the heroes of Verdun is following the advice of Marshal Petain that the monument should be "simple, ...

    Article : 493 words
  8. WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held to-day at the Sydney Wool Exchange, when the quantity catalogued totalled 9306 bales, and the sales, including private transactions, ...

    Article : 242 words
  9. MINIMUM WAGE.

    Advocates of the minimum wage laws have suffered a big defeat by a decision of the Supreme Court ruling as unconstitutional such a statute recently ...

    Article : 209 words
  10. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    Arrangements are now being made to hold the Premiers' Conference on May 23. Replies have been received from the Premiers of Victoria, New South ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. IN ANGORA.

    The Angora Assembly has rejected the Compulsory Marriage Bill, which the religious committee had approved, making it obligatory on all males to marry at ...

    Article : 87 words
  12. BRADFORD WOOL MARKET.

    The market for wool tops is firm, with no change in prices, but business is small. ...

    Article : 22 words
  13. NEXT OF KIN.

    The undermentioned persons are wanted in connection with the estates of deceased persons. Any inquiry relating to one of the notices ...

    Article : 571 words
  14. MILLGROVE MURDER

    Public interest some weeks ago was aroused by the reported disappearance of Mrs. Ada Florence Overall from her home in Millgrove, a small township ...

    Article : 664 words
  15. "WITCHCRAFT."

    A curious accusation of witchcraft has been brought against an old woman at Milan, whom a mother accuses of causing her, son, Umberto, to become possessed of ...

    Article : 126 words
  16. WAR VETERANS.

    The High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Joseph Cook), replying to the National President of the British War Veterans of America, New York, sends ...

    Article : 58 words
  17. IRISH REBELS.

    A number of documents captured from Irish rebels disclose an exchange of views between rebel leaders in regard to the possibility of maintaining the struggle. ...

    Article : 117 words
  18. DRUG TRAFFIC.

    The Dangerous Drugs Bill was read a third time in the House of Commons to-day. ...

    Article : 26 words
  19. STYX RIVER.

    At a meeting of the Livingstone Council to-day Dr. H. E. Brown submitted a report regarding the recent visit to the Styx coal mine. He stated that he was ...

    Article : 548 words
  20. DIVORCE LAWS.

    The Democratic and Socialist parties have introduced a Bill to drastically reform the divorce law. Instead of the guilt of the husband or wife determining the ...

    Article : 113 words
  21. PRESS THREATENED.

    The Irregulars have issued threatening notices upon the Dublin Press, and also the London offices of Irish newspapers, demanding that they cease inserting ...

    Article : 100 words
  22. ACTIVITIES IN CANADA.

    The Canadian Government has ordered a search to be made for an international fleet of narcotic traffickers operating off the Canadian coast. The Government ...

    Article : 79 words
  23. SIR GEORGE FULLER

    The Premier of New South Wales (Sir George Fuller) has returned to London after a most enjoyable week-end at Chatsworth, in Derbyshire, one of the seats ...

    Article : 164 words
  24. FRONTIER SNIPING.

    Major Orr and Major Anderson of the Seaforth Highlanders were sniped and killed while walking four miles from Landikotal on Sunday evening. The ...

    Article : 45 words
  25. RAILWAY AMBULANCE CHAMPIONSHIP SHIELD.

    A pleasant gathering look place at the dining hall at the Roma-street railway yards last night, when, in the absence of the Commissioner, who was prevented ...

    Article : 375 words
  26. PRINCESS YOLANDA

    Notwithstanding that rain was falling, enormous crowds assembled on the piazza at the Quirinal Palace on Saturday, on the occasion of the marriage of Princess ...

    Article : 218 words
  27. ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.

    Recently Alfred Charles Callanan was charged at the Kalgoorlie Sessions with robbery under arms at the Great Boulder Mine. Callanan put forward a plea termed ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. MR. LAWSON'S TOUR.

    The Sphinx Club of Paris, comprising distinguished persons who served in the war, and of which Lord Haig is president and Mr. W. M. Hughes is an ex-president, ...

    Article : 83 words
  29. Ambulance Brigade.

    The monthly meeting of the parent centre committee of the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade was held on Monday, Mr. M. Baldwin in the chair. The ...

    Article : 263 words
  30. EXEMPTION SOUGHT.

    The recent pronouncement of the Minister for Works, that policemen are exempt from the provisions of the unemployed Insurance Act, as their ...

    Article : 85 words
  31. "IDIOTIC."

    The magistrates at Sunderland, Yorkshire, have placed an embargo on a 24 hours non-stop dancing contest, on the ground that it is an "idiotic exhibition ...

    Article : 39 words
  32. U.S. NAVY.

    The Washington correspondent of the "Sun" declares that President Harding has returned to find the State and Navy Departments clashing on the question of ...

    Article : 178 words
  33. A TRIP, AND AFTER.

    In October last the Asistant Home Secretary (Mr. Stopford) and members of the Livingstone Shire Council paid a special visit to the Sand Hills, which cost over ...

    Article : 260 words
  34. Proposed Oyster Point Jetty.

    Engineer G. F. Eliott, of the Harbours and Rivers Department, in a letter to the Under Secretary to the Treasury, with reference to the proposed erection of a jetty at Oyster Point, ...

    Article : 254 words
  35. SHIPBUILDING.

    Lloyd's register of quarterly shipbuilding returns shows that, after deducting 181,000 tons, on which work was suspended, the total tonnage under construction, in ...

    Article : 90 words
  36. RADIO BROADCAST.

    The Queensland division of the Wireless Institute of Australia conducted the usual weekly broadcast from the Broadcasting Station—the Tower old Fire ...

    Article : 105 words
  37. ELECTORATE ITEMS.

    A meeting of electors was held in the Technical Hall yesterday afternoon to hear an address by Mr. E. T. Bell, member for Rosewood. There was a large ...

    Article : 626 words
  38. Jersey Cattle Sale, Nambour.

    Messrs. Thornton and Murtagh, auctioneers, Nambour, advise that the Highworth Jersey sale, which was sold by public auction on Thursday, on account ...

    Article : 80 words
  39. Society of St. George.

    The junior branch of the Royal Society of St. George met in St. Luke's Hall, Charlotte-street, on Saturday. Reference was made by Mrs. Lang to the loss sustained by the death of Miss, ...

    Article : 86 words
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