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  2. MANY FAILURES.

    The huge financial organisation left in trust by the late Herr Stinnes in Germany has experienced an extremely rapid breakdown, and many ...

    Article : 290 words
  3. SERIOUS RIOTS. CHINA EMBROILED.

    Although there has been an absence of riots in Shanghal during the past few days, the widospread nature of the student disturbances is indicated by ...

    Article : 767 words
  4. LABOUR TO RULE. POSITION IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    It is now generally admitted by members of the Ministry that the State Government has differed defeat as the result of the elections. Whether the ...

    Article : 670 words
  5. "REAL DANGER."

    Speaking at a civic reception last night, the Minister for Lands (Mr. M'Cormack), dealing with the question of the influx oE aliens, said that a serious position ...

    Article : 688 words
  6. POLAR FLIGHT. MISSING EXPLORERS.

    The following message from the Farm indicates that Captain Roald Amundsen and his [?] companions may have run into a snowstorm soon after they ...

    Article : 197 words
  7. £10,000 DAMAGE.

    As stated in the stop-press column of the "Courier" on Saturday, a second five broke out in the building owned by Messrs. Henry Dean and Son. Roma-street, ...

    Article : 484 words
  8. COOMA HELD UP.

    At sailing time last night it was found that the crew of the Ccoma was four firemen shcrt, as a result of which it was impossible for the vessel ...

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  9. "LASTING PEACE." "GERMANY'S AIM.

    Germany experienced an unpleasant shock by the note from the Allies on disarmament Some of the demands are described as ridiculous and trivial. ...

    Article : 205 words
  10. SHIPS PATR0LLING THE ICE.

    Captain Amundsen's expedition ships, the Hobby and the Farm, are patrolling the ice barrier, on the lookout for the missing explorers. ...

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  11. "NOT A MENACE."

    The Allies' note was an unpleasant shock for Germany, according to an official spokesman, who said that the Government regarded the situation most ...

    Article : 189 words
  12. 25 YEARS A KING.

    The Chamber of Deputies was crowded on the occasion of the special sitting to celobrate the 25th anniversary of the accession of King Emmanuel A proposal ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. TO MAN VESSELS.

    The first direct result of the deregistration of the Seamen's Union is the decision on Saturday of the Australian Commonwealth line to man the vessels Dilga ...

    Article : 403 words
  14. BRITISH TRADE.

    The gilt-edged security section of the Stock Exchange is suffering from a severe attack of indigestion, its absorbing powers being insufficient to assimilate the ...

    Article : 661 words
  15. ITALY RATIFIES TREATIES.

    The Chamber of Deputies to-day ratified the treatics of Versailles, Ncuilly, and Trianon, by 243 votes to 6. ...

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  16. BOMBING PLOT. SPANISH MAJESTIES.

    Parties of travellers confirm the previous account of the attempt on the Royal train, which, it appears, was due to start to Madrid from [?] when a bomb ...

    Article : 157 words
  17. LAST SESSION.

    So far as the Federal Cabinet is concerned finality has been reached with the preparations for the opening of the last session of the present Parliament on ...

    Article : 463 words
  18. MURDEREDSIRDAR

    Of the nine men found guilty of complicity in connection with the murder of the late Sirdar (Major-General Sir Lee Stack) eight were sentenced to death ...

    Article : 59 words
  19. NORTH AUSTRALIA.

    Sir George Buchauan, who was Commissioned by the Federal Government to report on the harbours and ports of Australia, has returned to Melbourne from ...

    Article : 187 words
  20. OCEAN-SIDE ROAD.

    The modest and devoted Trappist monk, Father Apollinaris busied himself in roadmaking for his Order in the time of Robert Louis Stevenson, and good was the ...

    Article : 623 words
  21. LABOUR VICTORY.

    Labour won, four seats in Denison, and the Nationalists two. This should give the Labour Party a majority of two in the new House. ...

    Article : 32 words
  22. PREVIOUS ATTEMPTS.

    The Central News correspondent at Perpignan says that, the bomb discovered in the Sities tunne had the most ingenious electrical connections. Plans of ...

    Article : 112 words
  23. DEFIANT GESTURE.

    Following immediately upon the deregistration of the Seamen's Union, the crew of the A.U.S.N. Co's steamer Wyandra delayed the vessel for about ...

    Article : 796 words
  24. JAPAN REFUSES DEMANDS.

    The Chinese student body in Tokio this afternoon presented a resolution to the Foreign Office, in which, they demanded, among other things, that the Japanese ...

    Article : 132 words
  25. POLICE COUP.

    Scotland Yard reguards the discoveries in Earl's Court as the most important in recent year. All the latest forging devices were used, some of them being ...

    Article : 216 words
  26. EMPIRE PRESS.

    A revised list of delegates from the United Kingdom to the Empire Press Union counference to be held in Australia includes Viscountess Burnham ...

    Article : 100 words
  27. CIVIL WAR.

    While still protesting loyalty to the principlcs of the late Dr. Sun yat Sen and Kuo Min-tang, the A Yunnanesc Generals, Yang Hsi-min and Lau Chun-wan, ...

    Article : 452 words
  28. ITALIAN AVIATOR.

    Flight Commander di Pinedo, the chief of the Italian Air Staff, left Albany at 8.15 a.m. on Saturday morning, and arrived at Israelite Bay, 350 miles distant, ...

    Article : 143 words
  29. EARL OF DERBY.

    A factor in the Earl of Derby's proposal to sell the township of Bootle, which came into the possession of his family in the eighteenth century, is that ...

    Article : 159 words
  30. GOLD SHIPMENTS.

    At the sitting of the Commission inquiring into the effect of Federation on Western Australia, the West Australian representative, referring to the export of ...

    Article : 124 words
  31. WAR AGAINST RIFFS. DETERMINED SPANISH MOVE.

    The Spanish headquaters has planned a general attack against the Riffs during the present month. The whole of the war fleet of [?]eroplanes will participate. ...

    Article : 80 words
  32. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH.

    At a meeting of the Wagga Municipal Council the Mayor said that although the damage done by the flood to the council's roads and property had not yet ...

    Article : 155 words
  33. M'CAWLEY MEMORIAL

    There are many, doubtless, who intend contributing to the fund which is being raised for the dependants of the late Chief Justice ...

    Article : 126 words
  34. FRENCH SUCCESSFUL.

    The Leader of the Riffs (Abd [?] Krim) organised a violent offensive against the French position on the Taounat[?] Plateau, at first slightly bearing ...

    Article : 48 words
  35. NIGHT BAKING.

    The representative of the Australian Press Association at Geneva states that, during the debate on the question of night work in bakeries, Mr. M'Neil ...

    Article : 93 words
  36. BY MOTOR TO DARWIN.

    Mr. Hardaere and party, who motored overland from Warwick, Queensland, arrived last night. They are returning by the steamer Montoro, which left at ...

    Article : 69 words
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