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  3. PRINCE JOHN DEAD.

    The death is announced at Sandringham, of Prince John, youngest son of their Majesties King George and Queen Mary. ...

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  4. LATE WAR CABLES.

    Preparations for the official inauguration of the Peace Conference on 18th January, are complete. Sixty two delegates will be grouped according to ...

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  6. Baden Assembly.

    A Berlin wireless message states that the first separate National Assembly in Germany, met on 15th January, at Karlsruhe (the capital of Baden), 107 deputies, including nine ...

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  7. Montenegrin Revolt.

    The revolting Montenegrin troops sent a delegation to Paris asking that American troops be sent to preserve order in Montenegro. ...

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  8. Teachers' Conference.

    The Queensland Teachers' Union commenced their 31st annual conference in Brisbane this morning. At 16 a.m. the Mavor (Aid. J. ...

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  9. Union Tyranny.

    The interstate delegates to the One Big Union Conference addressed a gathering in the Socialist Hail on the results of the conference. The president of the ...

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  10. Weather Forecast.

    The divisional office of the Commonwealth bureau of meteorology this morning, issued the following forecast for the metropolitan area to-day :-- ...

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  11. Q.T.C. Races.

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  13. Is Liebknecht Dead?

    It is reported that. Dr. Liebknecht, the Spartacusite leader, and Rosa Luxemburg, now are at Beutheim, awaiting authorisation to enter ...

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  14. Cricket in the South.

    The eighth round of the senior cricket games commenced on Saturday. At Parramatta. Wellington scored 93-0 for B 1 wickets, W. S. M'Cloy hitting up 236 ...

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  15. Theft of Jewels.

    A footman employed at 'Clarence House admitted at the Bow street Police Court the theft of jewels belonging. to tho Duke of Connaught, ...

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  16. Stores of Arms.

    The "National Tidende" reports that a secret staircase and an enormous store of arms and ammunition were discovered at the Russian Embassy in ...

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  17. One Big Union.

    At its final sitting, the One Big Union Conference gave an official estimate of the cost of administering the proposed union as 1:268,226. The figur's supplied ...

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  18. Liberalism in Britain.

    Mr. Asquith, in a letter to the National Liberal Federation, says that the recent election was held in conditions under which the new House ...

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  19. Premiers Conference.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) on Saturday outlined the programme to be discussed at the Premiers Conference. The subjects include :-- ...

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  20. British Import Restrictions.

    A deputation of manufacturers to the President of the Board of Trade protested against the removal of the restrictions on the importation of foreign ...

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  21. New Zealand Statesmen.

    The Premier of New Zealand (Mr. Massey), and the Minister of Finance (Sir Joseph Ward) are expected' on Saturday. ...

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  22. Accident to the Osterley.

    Tho steamer Osterley, owing to a slight mechanical defect, put in to Falmouth. She was repaired and re- sailed to-day. ...

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  23. MESSAGES FROM THE BEYOND.

    "At this time of world wide mourning, spiritualism affords a satisfaction which no crecd-[?]ound religion can supply," said Sir A. Conan Doyle, at Leeds. ...

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  24. Italian Ministry.

    The Cabinet has resigned. The Premier (Signor Orlando) is forming a new Ministry. ...

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  25. Fires at Wynnum.

    A fire broke out in Charlotte street, Wynnurn South, on Saturday morning, as a "result of which two houses were destroyed, and the walls of a third were ...

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  26. Tailoring Disclosures.

    Some interesting disclosures relating to the tailoring and ready-made clothing industries are contained in a report furnished by tho Interstate ...

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  27. Miners Favour State Control

    The Miners' Federation carried a resolution at Stockport, demanding that mine railways, and shipping. should be retained under State control. ...

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  28. Boxing in Sydney.

    Fred Key beat Tommy Uren on points at the Stadium, on Saturday night, for the Australian welterweight championship. A great house greeted ...

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  29. Search for Australians.

    Tho secretary to the Australian High Commissioner (Mr. Box)' attended a meeting of the Prisoners' of War Committee, and urged the ...

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  30. FIRE BRIGADE WANTED.

    To the Editor,-Sir,--This morning I was forced to stand be unable to help the staliwarts who wortes so strenuously to prevent Wynnum South's five from being ...

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  31. Returning Australians.

    The Demosthenes has embarked troops, and will sail on Friday. LONDON, January 17. A large contingent of Australians has ...

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  32. SHARK'S VICTIM.

    Douglas Arkell, who was attacked by a shark in the surf on Friday, and had his left leg amputated, is making good progress. When ho was rescued, the ...

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  33. EXCESSES BY SOLDIERS.

    Further reference was made on Saturday by Senator Russell, Anting Minister for Defence, to the excesses indulged in by Australian soldiers, when ...

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  34. Rockhampton Races.

    The Rockhampton Jockey Club's meeting oil Saturday wag only moderately attended Well bucked horses accounted for four out of the six races. ...

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  35. MILUNKA FLORA.

    I am told (says "Clubman" in tho "Pall Mall Gazette") that in tile Serbian army there arc two women lighters. One is British--.Miss flora Sandes, ...

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  36. England to India by Air.

    The Handley Page machine, which has arrived In India, is Brigadier- General MacEwan's four-englned giant aeroplane. The journey lasted a month. ...

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  37. WORK FOR THE RETURNING MEN.

    Sir, William H. Seager, the well known South' Wales shipowner, says that he has heard many dreadful prophecies of the confusion, revolts, and general upset ...

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  38. SHIPPING.

    At Callao Archibald Ressel, four-masted barque Departures, For Sydney : Demosthenes s., Margha, City of Yolk, s. ...

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  39. GOVERNMENT INFORMATION BUREAU.

    The success of the experimental Government Information Burean in London, has led the War Aims Committee to decide to extend the scheme to some of the biggest ...

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  40. Personal Notes.

    Mrs. M. A. Beynon, Jane street, Annerley, has received a cable from her son. Private James Craker, dated from London, 15th January Private Craker was ...

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  41. BADGES FOR A.I.F. RECRUITS.

    Recruits who were not sent abroad owing to tho armistice, will receive on application to district headquarters, a blue armlet showing the ...

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  42. TELEPHONING TO MOVING TRAINS.

    A successful test of telephone communication between a train dispatcher's office and a moving train has been made by tho Canadian Government. The device ...

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  43. OFFICER REPRIMANDED.

    The findings of the general court-murtial upon Major Algernon Reglinald Peggus Cross, of tho R.A. Garrison Artillery have boon promulgated in ...

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  44. RUSSIAN REVOLUTION.

    The latest development of the Russian revolution has taken a definite anti Charistian, form. At its start it was anti, then antiaristocratic, then ...

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  45. DEATH OF MR. T. F. KNOX.

    Mr. Thomas Forster Knox, for many years a notable personality in Sydney commercial circles, died' in a private hospital yesterday. Nearly a year ago Mr. Knox ...

    Article : 63 words
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