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  2. FATE OF PETROGRAD.

    The news front Russia continues to be very conflicting. The Russian embassy in Paris states that General Yudenitch has occupied ...

    Article : 308 words
  3. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    The Governor-General, attended by Captain H. H. Kilby, A.D.C., at Port Melbourne yesterday morning welcomed the returning troops on the transport ...

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  4. CAPTAIN JACKA, V.C.

    Five years ago when the first 20,000 men to answer the call to arms in Australia sailed from these shores to face unknown perils and adventures Private Albert ...

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  5. THE DARWIN REVOLT.

    Immediate steps are being taken by the Federal Government to deal with the remarkable situation that has developed at Darwin, in the Northern Territory. As ...

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  6. THE HIGH COST OF LIVING.

    During the hearing of evidence relating to the price of bread yesterday the High Prices Commission evinced considerable interest in "a sort of a bond" demanded ...

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  7. THE BLACKER CASE.

    The report of Mr. Justice Cussen, who conducted an inquiry into the allegations that improer influence, oftical, Masonic or social, had been used to secure the ...

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  8. FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA.

    M. Poulet, the French aviator who is trying to fly to Melbourne, and who loft Rome yesterday for Salonika, was forced do descend at Naples owing to a violent snow ...

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  9. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Preparations for the forthcoming Federal elections are now in full swing. All parties--for the advent of the Farmers' Union into the political arena has made three-- ...

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  10. Offers of Help to Poulet.

    The Federal Government has no far received no communication regarding the attempt winch is being made by M. Poulet. The attention of the Treasurer, Mr. Watt, ...

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  11. BRITAIN'S FINANCES.

    The fact that Parliament will reassemble on Wednesday focuses attention upon the deplorable financial year showing a ...

    Article : 247 words
  12. President Wilson's Illness.

    It is announced that yesterday President Wilson suffered from slight digestive disturbances, but that otherwise his condition remained unchanged. ...

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  13. UNITED STATES AND PEACE.

    The Washington correspondent of the New, York ."'flimes" reports:--"Senator Lodge states that a decisive majority of the Senate will vote for reservations to be ...

    Article : 87 words
  14. THE PRIME MINISTER.

    WARWICK (Q.).--There was a large crowd at the railway station on Monday to meet the Prime Minister, who passed through on the mail train. The mayor, ...

    Article : 190 words
  15. FRENCH AMNESTY BILL.

    The' French Chamber of Deputies has passed the Amnesty Bill. The debate revealed the fact that there had been 197,000 convictions during the period of the war. ...

    Article : 169 words
  16. Trade Unions and Co-operation

    Mr. H. Gosling, president of the Transport Workers' Federation, in a speech in London, revealed the intimate relationship between the trade union and co-operative ...

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  17. THE PRICE OF KEROSENE.

    SYDNEY.--The hearing of the application by the Vacuum Oil Company for an increase of 1 per case in the selling price of kerosene was continued by the ...

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  18. PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION FOR THE SENATE ELECTION

    Sir,--A great opportunity is now presented to members of the House of Representatives. They have the opportunity of rising superior to considerations of ...

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  19. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Norah Small, formerly of Famham-street. Newmarket, and late of Waverley-street, Essendon, widow, who died on 25th September, by her will of 15th December, 1910, left £2238 personal estate ...

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  20. Paris Gains Croix de Guerre.

    President Poincare, with great ceremony, bestowed the Croix de Guerre on the city of Paris, in recognition of its valor and fortitude throughout the war. ...

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  21. THE HEALTH BILL.

    A conference of representatives of metropolitan municipalities was held at the Town Hall yesterday for the purpose of considering the Health Bill. The Lord ...

    Article : 270 words
  22. INDUSTRIAL NEWS.

    An application for an interpretation of the recent waterside workers' award so far as it did, or did not, concern coal workers, was made to Mr. Justice Higgins ...

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  23. EX-KAISER'S AMBITIONS.

    The Geneva correspondent of the New York "Times" states:--"I understand that the "Strassburger Neue Zeitung" publishes extracts from a pamphlet written by Herr ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. Financial Crisis in Morocco.

    The Paris "Matin" states:--"There is a financial crisis an Morocco owing to the fall in the value of the franc, for which the natives give only 12 sous (6d.) ...

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  25. Foul Play Suspected.

    DARWIN.--Harry M'Court, a seaman employed on the Western Australian Government's steamer Bambra, was evidently lost overboard on Saturday morning. He ...

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  26. "Tooth and Claw" Fight.

    MALDON.--The proposal to allow children to go without boots or shoes, owing to the high prices of footwear, with the object of thereby causing a reduction ...

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  27. Dublin Constable Murdered.

    A murderous affray took place in Dublin at midnight, when three men, who had received no provocation, fired revolver shots at Constable Dowling. Subsequently the ...

    Article : 37 words
  28. Workers' Homes.

    Richmond city council last night recommended to its city improvement committee that it should draw up a scheme for lending money to workers who wish to ...

    Article : 192 words
  29. Dutch Credits for Germany.

    The "Berliner Tageblatt" states:--"Four Dutch financial institutions are jointly providing Germany with credits totalling about £5,000,000 for the purchase of raw ...

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  30. PRICE OF POTATOES.

    During the lunch hour yesterday a mass meeting was held of the employes at the Newport railway workshops to protest against the high price of potatoes. A ...

    Article : 68 words
  31. Victoria's Agent-General.

    Sir Peter M'Bride, the Victorian Agent-General, arrived in Melbourne yesterday on a six weeks' visit to Victoria. His term of office, unless extended by the Ministry, ...

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  32. Bambra Reaches Wyndham.

    WYNDHAM (W.A.).--The steamer Bambra, upon which Judge Bevan and Messrs. Carey and Evans were placed by the Darwin "citizens" for deportation, ...

    Article : 35 words
  33. Japan and Kiao-Chau.

    A despatch from Tokio states:--"Baron Funakoshi, leader of the Opposition in the Diet, stated that if the Government was forced to renounce the Japanese ...

    Article : 73 words
  34. WHY MEAT IS DEAR.

    Representatives of the Master Butchers and Live Stock Buyers' Association waited on the Minister of Agriculture yesterday and protested against the article published ...

    Article : 248 words
  35. "Assisting" Industries.

    STAWELL.--Although industries are the urgent need of Australia, it seems somewhat anomalous that restrictions imposed by the Federal Treasurer should assist to ...

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  36. Girl Savagely Assaulted.

    The case in which a youth named Joseph Charles Campbell (19), of Bacchus Marsh, formely employed at a nail works at South Melbourne, was charged with attempting ...

    Article : 254 words
  37. REPATRIATION.

    Applications from discharged soldiers with qualification certificates will be received by the Water Commission up to Thursday next for the 40 blocks now being ...

    Article : 147 words
  38. Vienna Seeks America's Help.

    It is reported from Vienna, that all political parties in Austria have sunk their differences, and are co-operating to avert the starvation of the people. The ...

    Article : 43 words
  39. EVACUATION OF BUDA PEST

    It is reported from Berlin that the Roumanians have commenced to evacuate Buda Pest. ...

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  40. TALLOW, SOAP AND CANDLES.

    SYDNEY.--The Necessary Commodities Commission, on the application of the Crown, has declared tallow, soap and candles to be necessary commodities. ...

    Article : 26 words
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