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  2. Ratifying Peace.

    The "Morning Post" this morning asserts that it practically is certain that the Peace Treaty formally will be ratified on the 1st of January, thus ...

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    The Milan correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that the situation in Austria is so desperate that the provinces of Vorarlberg, Salzburg ...

    Article : 195 words
  5. Ross Smith's Flight.

    Information received from Camooweal states that Captain Ross-Smith landed at Cobb's Creek bore, 20 miles from Anthony's Lagoon, on Sunday, two ...

    Article : 95 words
  6. Mexico's "Insults."

    The reply of the Government of Mexico, to the note from the United States, pointing out that the American consular agent (Mr. Jenkins) had been ...

    Article : 114 words
  7. Objection to a German.

    Workers other than miners employed in the Simmer Deep mine, by ballot, have shown themselves to be overwhelmingly opposed to working with ...

    Article : 74 words
  8. Ample Supplies of Sugar.

    In a statement issued yesterday the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) said that there were ample supplies of sugar available to meet all ordinary ...

    Article : 88 words
  9. China's Demand.

    China has demanded that Japan should apologise for the riots at Foochow and the despatch of Japanese warships to that place. The demands ...

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  11. TO-MORROW.

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  12. Wool Sales.

    At the wool sales to-day, prices remained unchanged. New Zealand crossbred wools sold at full recent rates, and slipes were quitted at a ...

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  14. A Bankrupt's Debts.

    Before the registrar in bankruptcy yesterday, Harold James M'Clintock was publicly examined by the official assignee. The bankrupt stated that he had never ...

    Article : 434 words
  15. Captain Howell's Fate.

    The British naval attache at Rome has telegraphed to the Admiralty, confirming the loss of the Martynside aeroplane, with Captain Howell and ...

    Article : 358 words
  16. Facing Starvation.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times," reports that Mr. H. V. Hoover (the food controller), When Interviewed, said that from ...

    Article : 101 words
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  18. Naval Defence of Canada.

    It is believed that Admiral Viscount Jellicoe will submit a report on Canadian naval affairs shortly after the New Year, and then will visit the ...

    Article : 37 words
  19. Family Notices

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    Prices of petrol are unchanged. ...

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    There is such a poor demand for tallow that the sales were not held to-day. ...

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  22. America and the Treaty.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" has Indicated that Democrat arid Republican Senators will meet during the Christmas holidays ...

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  23. Red Russia.

    It has been the lot of few women to undergo such varied and thrilling experiences as has Miss Monica Sha[?]lana a passenger on the Eastern, which reached ...

    Article : 356 words
  24. Koltchak Statement Denied

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" reports that the Secretary of State (Mr. R. Lansing) has denied the statement that Admiral ...

    Article : 81 words
  25. The Price of Gas.

    An inquiry for the purpose of determining the price of gas chargeable to consumers by the Brisbane Gas Company was commenced in the Land Court Room, ...

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  26. Advance Against Mahsuds.

    Yesterday the 67th Brigade reached Jardola, in the advance against the Mahsuds. When encamping, some tribesmen opened fire, but the casualties ...

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  27. Bolshevik Claims.

    The Bolsheviks, in a wireless message, claim to have captured Kieff and Kupiansk. ...

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    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, Mr. Hoskins directed the attention of the Chief Secretary (Sir. George Fuller) to Archbishop Mannix's speech ...

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  30. Fire on the Boonah.

    The fire on the ex-German steamship Boonah (5,926 tons), in the Albert Dock, has been confined to the vessel's afterholds, which have been flooded. ...

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  31. A.I.F. Vacating Premises.

    The "Daily Mail" announces that the Australians rapidly are vacating the administrative premises, which they have been using since the armistice in ...

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  32. Excluding Germans.

    The House of Commons by 128 votes to 66 has disagreed with the amendment made by the House of Lords, to the Aliens Bill, to abolish automatic ...

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  33. Increased Price of Wheat.

    An advance in the price of wheat is to be made throughout Australia as the result of deliberations by the Central Wheat Board. What the new ...

    Article : 68 words
  34. Dempsey-Carpentier Fight.

    Captain Decoin, manager of the Paris Wonderland, has accepted Dempsey's offer to light Carpentier at the Pershing stadium for a guarantee of ...

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    At one of the school gatherings this Week, Archbishop Duhig "decried the Increasing number of scholars who were entering the civil service, not that ...

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    LILY OF THE VALLEY TENT.—The ordinary meeting was held on Wednesday, in the Foresters' Hall, Brunswick street. The chair was taken by the chief ruler (Sister ...

    Article : 166 words
  37. New Shipping Line.

    Two vessels of the new line between Canada and Australia are announced to sail from the Pacific coast. The Canadian trade commissioners to ...

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  38. Soldier Architects.

    The following Australians have qualified as associates of the Institute of British Architects: Major R. Sigunot, Captains A. G. Stephenson ...

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  39. Maritime Trouble.

    The St. Albans, which was to have sailed yesterday for Hongkong, has been delayed owing to the engineers' action. The engineers on the steamer ...

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    Mr. Samuel M'Cauley, comptroller-general of prisons, died yesterday morning, aged 59. The final session of the New South ...

    Article : 188 words
  41. Chinese-American Bank.

    A Peking message announces that the £2,000,000 capital required for the Chinese-American Bank has been subscribed, and the bank shortly will open ...

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    Free labour has not been employed to supplant the strikers at the breweries but the supplies to hotels are being maintained. A notice, posted up at ...

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    LOYAL PARK LODGE. No. 15.—The fortnightly meeting was held in the lodgeroom, Morton road, on Wednesday. The lodge was opened in due form by the N.G., Bro. Mills. ...

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  44. Queensland Loan.

    The Queensland loan of £2,00,000 is repayable in 1930-40. The newspapers give prominence to the statement in the prospectus issued by ...

    Article : 51 words
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  47. The Kangaroo Aeroplane.

    The report that the Blackburn Kangaroo aeroplane, in charge of Captain Wilkins, Lieutenants V. Rendle (Queensland), Williams, and Potts, ...

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    When Archbishop Donaldson, speaking at the laying of the foundation stone of the new Church of St. Augustine, Hamilton, on Sunday last, said ...

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