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  4. CLOSED DOWN.

    The series of sectional strikes on the eastern end of the transcontinental railway has culminated in the closing down of all constructional work from ...

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  5. AWARD CASES. TECHNICAL TEST CASE.

    The question of whether a certain employee was antitled to be paid as an iron-turner or as a toolmaker was further debated in a test award ...

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  6. NANANGO-YARRAMAN.

    The fate of the rival railway routes between Yarraman and Nanango, and between Yarraman and Tarong has been decided, as far as lies in its power, ...

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  7. OVERWHELMED.

    Following on the visit of Mr. Hunter, Acting Chief Secretary, the Co-operative Company's two shops were opened for business on Saturday morning, July ...

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  8. SHOP AWARD.

    In the Industrial Court this morning, before Judge Maenaughton, the employers (represented by Messrs. W. Bryan, Jas. Richey, and W. H. ...

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  9. THE SECOND LAP. BRITISH MOVING AGAIN.

    The British resumed their sledgehammer tactics in the Somme sector at 8.44 a.m. yesterday. After a day of terrific lighting, they carried trenches ...

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  10. LATEST NEWS. DELATYN OCCUPIED.

    The Russians have occupied Delatyn, the important railway centre in Galicia, which was used as an intermediate base by the Austro-Germans. ...

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  11. CRITICAL POSITION.

    The "Frankfurter Zeitung," in an editorial review, says: "We all know that our position is critical, and that we depend more than ever on the ...

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  12. DEFEAT OR VICTORY.

    Reports in the German press indicate that the British offensive is causing much uneasiness. The "Frankfurter Zeitung" states that it is not in ...

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  13. FRENCH MAKE PROGRESS

    A communique says that a concentrated comparative attack north of the Somme led to the capture of valuable positions held, and several hundreds of ...

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  14. THE BALKAN FRONT.

    The greatest of interest is being taken in the reports of the movement of troops to the Balkan front, and it is thought that this presages that the ...

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  15. " REJECT" BADGES.

    Badges for men who have volunteered for service with the A.I.F., but whose services for various reasons have not been accepted, are at present being ...

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  16. RAID ON ENGLAND.

    Hostile aeroplanes attempted to raid the north foreland of England on Sunday morning, but were repulsed by anti-aircraft guns. They fied over the ...

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  17. ATTACK ON RIGA.

    A wireless message from Petrograd says that in consequence of the triple defeat in the sectors of Riga, Koiki, and Baranovichi, the Germans have ...

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  18. BRITISH LANDING FEARED.

    The Germans are apprehensive of a British landing on the Belgian coas, and are strengthening the garrisons and rehearsing plans for repulsing an ...

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  19. EARLY CLOSING.

    The gold won here in June was valued at £19,498, and in May £17,148. In June last year the total value was £18,627. ...

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  20. THE BLOCKADE'S EFFECT.

    There has been further rioting at Munich, due to exasperation over the enormous Bavarian casualties and high prices. ...

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  21. NAVY THANKED.

    The secretary of the Admiralty has sent a letter to Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, congratulating him on the conduct of the engagement on May 31 ...

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  22. GIRL UNDERPAID.

    A restaurant-keeper was the defendant in an award prosecution in the City Summons Court this morning, before Mr. C. A. M. Morris, P.M. ...

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  23. STOREMEN'S AWARD.

    The new award for storemen in the Central Division is arranged in parts, the first dealing with retail stores the working hours to remain at 53. The ...

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  24. GERMANS ANXIOUS.

    The Germans are still rush[?]fg up reinforcements, mostly Bavarians and 110,000 have been already transported from St. Quenton. Twenty-six train ...

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  25. WAR LOAN BONDS.

    The Mount Morgan Gold-mining Company has responded to the appeal of tlie Commonwealth Treasurer, Mr. Higgs, to employers of labor to assist ...

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  26. MISSING CHARITY MONEY.

    The Home Secretary. in recommending the registration of all war charities, announced that out of £129,000 collected for the purpose, £-12,000 had not ...

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  27. MORE GOOD RAIN.

    The week-end records show further beneficial rainfalls in Central and Western districts, the pastoral areas coming in for the most liberal share. ...

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  28. RETURNING TO ENGLAND.

    A party who had been released from Rulheben internment camp, in Germany including women and children, and who are going to England, have arrived ...

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  29. TO-DAY'S SHIPPING MOVEMENTS.

    Pile Light.—Mallina, from Sydney, passed in, 4.38 a.m.; Bombala, from Melbourne, 5.55 a.m. Bustard Head.—Buninyong, passed ...

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  30. WOOL EXPORTS.

    The Minister for Customs, referring to the fears entertained in Great Britain that some wool imported into Italy had been bought on German account ...

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  31. FISH MARKET.

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  32. GERMAN NAVAL SUCCESS.

    Five British fishing boats in the North Sea have been submarined. One tried to escape and was shelled. A member of the crow was killed and ...

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  33. BALD HILLS SQUABBLE.

    Recently a petition was prescnted to the Lands Department by a number of ratepayers and residents of Bald Hilis that the lease of a reserve on the Pine ...

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  34. FOUND HANGED.

    Josaph Ashton, solicitor, was found dead hanging by the neck on a strap attached to the frame of the door lead ing to his office. He was 63 years old ...

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  35. ANTI-CONSCRIPTIONISTS ATTACKED.

    Soldiers prevented anti-conscription ists from addressing a large gathering in the Domain yesterday. Several nasty rushes were made, but the police ...

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  36. OPEN AFTER HOURS.

    This morning, in the City Summons Court, before Mr. C. A. M.Morris, P.M., W. Farlow (e/o Mrs. Wilson, Fraser's Camp, Enuggera) was proceeded ...

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