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  2. HAWKER IN LONDON.

    An unprecedented welcome was accorded Harry Hawker and Lieut. Grieve in London yesterday afternoon on their arrival from Edinburgh, after their sensational ...

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  3. MR LLOYD GEORGE

    It is expected that Mr. Lloyd George will visit the United States in October next to attend the opening ceremony in connection with the League of Nations. ...

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  4. MARITIME STRIKE.

    The resumption to-day of the compulsory conference between the parties to the mari time strike, which was convened by Mr Justice Higgins under the Federal ...

    Article : 534 words
  5. THE PEACE TERMS.

    It is understood that President Wilson and Mr. Lloyd George are both impressed with home criticisms regarding what is declared to be the overseverity of the Peace ...

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  6. ELECTRIFICATION.

    Federal and State Ministers and private members of both Parliaments, the Lord Mayor and other municipal councillors and public officers, travelled by the ...

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  7. AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

    President Wilson, speaking at a pan American banquet in Paris, hinted that be did not intend to stand as a candidate for another Presidential term. ...

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  8. Message from Victorian Government.

    The Premier stated yesterday that he had sent through the Agent-General, a cablegram to Harry Hawker, congratulating him on his gallant effort, and ...

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  9. LORD JELLICOE'S VISIT.

    Admiral .of the Fleet Lord Jellicoe, who is visiting Australia to advise the Government on matters of naval policy, will arrive in Melbourne to-morrow. Lord Jellicoe, ...

    Article : 261 words
  10. U.S.SEAPLANE'S SUCCESS.

    The American seaplane NC4, which succeeded in crossing the Atlantic from Newfoundland to the Azores, has completed the second section of the flight from the ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. SHOOTING AT NORTH MELBOURNE.

    Excitement was cruised by a shooting affray in North Melbourne last night, as the result of which Joseph Advey, 46 years, a unionist wharf laborer, was admitted to ...

    Article : 301 words
  12. AERONAUTIC CONVENTION.

    Major-General Seely, Parliamentary Secretary to the Air Ministry, celebrated the inauguration of the International Aeronautic Convention in regard to ...

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  13. H.M.A.S. Australia.

    FREMANTLE.—H.M.A.S. Australia, flying the flag of Commodore John S. Dumaresq, arrived at Fremantle early on Wednesday morning, after an uneventful ...

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  14. SITUATION IN RUSSIA.

    The fall of Petrograd is imminent. The Allies have made arrangements for provisioning the city. [Delayed in Transmission.] ...

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  15. RECENT INDIAN RIOTS.

    Reports from India show that the recent rising was of a serious nature, and was well organised. The moderation of the authorities at Delhi encouraged the mob to ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. THE WHEAT STACKS

    Drastic steps are to be taken by the State Ministry to put an end to the disturbances between "loyalists" and unionists employed at the Brooklyn wheat stacks. Mr. ...

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  17. STATE OWNERSHIP.

    Sir Charles Wade, Agent-General for New Smith Wales, in giving evidence before the Coal Commission, said the Railway Board of New South Wales had ...

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  18. ABOUT PEOPLE

    The Governor-General and Lady Helen Ferguson entertained at Government House yesterday afternoon petty officers and men of H.M.A. ships now in port. The men ...

    Article : 495 words
  19. REPRESENTATION AT CONFERENCE.

    The claim is made by Messrs. C. Wallace, M.P., and A. Campbell in connection with the conference that they are the duly elected representatives of the New South ...

    Article : 390 words
  20. JAPAN AND CHINA.

    The Washington corrospondent the New York "Times" was interview [?] count Ishii, the Japanese [?] who reviewed Japan's dealing [?] China ...

    Article : 114 words
  21. DOMINION PREFERENCE.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, speaking at Dundee, said the budget proposals for Dominion trade preference would not add to the cost of living or impose a burden on the ...

    Article : 88 words
  22. SOUTH AFRICAN MINES.

    In the Senate that afternoon, in the course of a debate on the gold-mining crisis, the Minister of Mines said the Govern was considering legislation to [?] ...

    Article : 308 words
  23. THE FOOD PROFITEER.

    Owing to the soaring prices of bacon, cheese and margarine the Food Controlled has to resume control of those commodities. ...

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  24. BRITISH FLOATING MINES.

    No fewer than 14,600 volunteers aboard 430 British mine sweeper are now engaged 430 British mine 100,000 British mines laid during the war. It is hoped that the work ...

    Article : 71 words
  25. "Loyalists" Menaced.

    Over 1500 working men and women took part in a demonstration against "loyalists" in Spencers-street shortly after 5 p.m. yesterday. Mounted troopers and uniformed ...

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  26. TRADING BY AUTHORITIES.

    The House of Commons, by 157 votes to 25, rejected a private measure enabling local authorities to undertake public services and trading without Parliamentary ...

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  27. STRIKE AT SUEZ CANAL.

    It is reported from Cairo that a strike of Snez Canal employed has interupted navigation, and many ships are held up. ...

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  28. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Alfred Blakency CaIT, formerly of Fitzroy, and late of Rose Bay, Sydney, retired bank manager who died on 17th December last by his will of 22nd December, 1905, left property in New South ...

    Article : 200 words
  29. Imperial War Museum.

    The imperial war Museum, comprising 100,000 exhibits, will be housed in the Crystal Palace. ...

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  30. Levy on Capital Urged.

    The Free Liberals, like the Laborites, have adopted the principle of a levy on capital in a notice of motion for the rejection of the budget. ...

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  31. "INTENDING ON UNLAWFUL PURPOSE."

    Two men named Metcalfe(formerly an officer in the Coldstream Guards) and Milton (formerly a member of the Flying Corp) and a Florrie Middleton, ...

    Article : 101 words
  32. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales competition was keen for super combings at top prices. Carbonising sorts were slow of sale. Common realised up to 47¼d., and averaged 44½d.; ...

    Article : 60 words
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  34. THE SHIPPING POSITION.

    The steamer Marrawah resumed loading operations, while over 100 "loyalists" were signed on at the bureau for work on the north side of the stream. Early in the day ...

    Article : 268 words
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