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  2. MULLUMBIMBY.

    The monthly meeting of the committee was held at the School of Arts yesterday (Wednesday). The chair was occupied by the President (Mr. Jas. ...

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  3. POLITICAL CRISIS.

    The crisis in State politics grew still more acute to-day. Yesterday's Cabinet meeting gave consideration to several members' attitude towards the Premier, ...

    Article : 249 words
  4. TELEGRAMS.

    A river drogher, built to the order of Cains Co-operative Company, was launched at Balmain this morning. She has been built principally for timber ...

    Article : 47 words
  5. MARINE ENGINEERS.

    It was estimated at the Trades Hall to-day that over 6000 whose work is connected with the waterfront are feeling the effects of the engineers' strike. ...

    Article : 55 words
  6. NEWS OF THE WORLD.

    M. Clemenceau announces his willingness to accept the Presidency of France. ...

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  7. WITH CAPT. MATTHEWS.

    Capt. Matthews has arrived at Constantinople from Belgrade, and proceeds to Bagdad when the weather permits. ...

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  8. SOUTH QUEENSLAND FLOODS PREDICTED.

    A special forecast this afternoon states I that floods are likely in the Burnett, Mary and Brisbane Rivers. The Mary River is now 25 feet above normal level, ...

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  9. Acute Suffering.

    Mr. Wheeler, secretary of the Transport Workers' Federation, said the position was acute, and in order to relieve the suffering it is' imperative that some ...

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  10. BRITISH RAILWAYMEN.

    Twenty-three branches of the railway men have so far rejected the new terms and only two have accepted. ...

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  11. SAVE IN EXCHANGE.

    If is computed that one Sydney firm along has cleared £20,000 in six months by paying for American goods with money orders instead of drafts, thus ...

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  12. BYRON REPATRIATION COMMITTEE.

    The above committee, met at Byron Bay on Tuesday. Cr. Armstrong presided, and there pere present: Crs. Banner, Gibson, Collings, Wells, and Capt. ...

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  13. WARNING AGAINST JAPANESE SHAVING BRUSH.

    The Ministry of Health issued a warning against purchasing shaving brushes from Japan, wherefrom there were several recent cases of anthax, two fatal. ...

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  14. DISTINGUISHED AVIATORS.

    Sir Ross Smith and his brother have arrived at Brisbane, where they were accorded a civic welcome, and also entertained at Parliament House. ...

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  15. THE ADELAIDE FIEND.

    The Adelaide horse maimer has resumed his atrocious operations. Two animals, one valued at £50, ware found in a paddock yesterday with their ...

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  16. Nationalists and Farmers.

    Mr. Williams, Farmers' Campaign Director, replied to-day to Mr. Holman's statement concerning the agreement between the Nationalists and the ...

    Article : 230 words
  17. SUSPICIOUS OF JAPAN.

    Senator Reed in an interview stated that Japan's: position, as the result or the Paris Conference, is such that within a few years Japan will be able to menace ...

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  18. If the Demands are Conceded.

    It is stated in shipping circles that if the engineers' demands are conceded freights and fares will be increased. ...

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  19. An Important Development.

    An important development in connection with the shipping trouble occurred this afternoon. A message from Melbourne states that it is learnt that ...

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  20. CRIME AND ACCIDENT.

    There were 14 murders in the city and suburbs during 1919, as, against three the previous year. There was a 100 per cent increase in poisoning cases in 1919, ...

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  21. FLIGHT TO 'FRISCO.

    It is understood that Major Yarnold leaves for England to make arrangements, for a trans-Pacific flight from Australia to Frisco. A special Vickers ...

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  22. A STRANGLED INFANT.

    A verdict ox murder against some person unknown was recorded by the City Coroner to-day at the inquest on the body of a female infant found ...

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  23. Voyage Cancelled.

    Major Yarnold, en route to Australia, has cancelled his voyage and is returning to Britain to enter the Vickers contest Trans-Pacific flight to ...

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  24. MARKETS OF THE WORLD.

    Anglo-French promoters are establishing a "market of the world," an immense six storied block costing £4,000,000, wherein there will be 5000 shops ...

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  25. PEACE MATTERS.

    Senator King has introduced, a ratification resolution embodying fifteen resolutions, generally those in the majority of reservations with a ...

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  26. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    At the declaration of the Senate poll to-day the wildest disorder took place. Messrs. Benny and Grealy engaged in a heated argument on the platform, and ...

    Article : 82 words
  27. LITHGOW CLOSE-DOWN.

    In consequence of the closing down of the Lithgow Ironworks, upwards of 330 men employed at Hoskins' iron mine at Cadia were thrown idle. This will be a ...

    Article : 59 words
  28. CRICKET.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 378 words
  29. Scapa Flow Reparation.

    The Supreme Council has decided that Germany need only hand over 275,000 tons of harbour material, instead of 300.000, for reparation of the scuttling ...

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  30. BRITISH SHIPPING.

    The Select Committee of the House of Commons on Naval Expenditure commends the general efficiency of the Ministry of Shipping, but considers that the ...

    Article : 105 words
  31. Asking that Pressure be Put on Hoskins.

    The Secretary of the Ironworkers has been requested by the Lithgow branch to approach the Government and ask that it bring pressure to bear upon ...

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  32. TIMBER CONCESSIONS.

    It is stated that the Government has practically completed negotiations for the purchase of the whole of the timber concessions held by the South-West ...

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  33. Compensation for Italy.

    Mr. Lloyd George welcomed Count Nitti at Charing Cross to discuss the Fiume and Italy's financial situation, and the possible mandate over ...

    Article : 60 words
  34. Hasty Action Condemned.

    Referring to the complaint of Hoskins Ltd., at the incidence of the new rail freights, the Minister for Works today was emphatic in pointing out that ...

    Article : 197 words
  35. RUSSIA.

    It is reported that heavy Japanese reinforcements have been sent to Irkutz to aid Koltchak. ...

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  36. A WORK RUSH.

    From Albury along the Sydney road for nine miles to the site of the Murray Dam constant streams of men are passing forward in motor cars, or bicycles, ...

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  37. SINN FEIN OUTRAGES.

    Military aeroplanes are patrolling throughout [?]land, particularly in the neighborhood of Carrig Twohill to prevent further assemblies and recurrences ...

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  38. To Defend Odessa at All Costs.

    The Russian commander at Odessa intends to defend the city at all costs. The garrison has been reinforced, and supplies are arriving. The civil ...

    Article : 42 words
  39. Atrocious Crimes of Koltchak's Troops.

    The leaders of Czech forces in Siberia have presented the Allied Missions attached to General Koltchak with a protest against the barbarities of ...

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  40. DEATH OF SIR EDMUND BARTON.

    Sir Edmund Barton, Justice of the High Court, died of heart failure in a bathroom at the Hydro-Majestic, Medlow Bath, this morning. ...

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  41. RADICAL RAIDS.

    Representative Graham has introduced a Bill providing for the drastic punishment of persons attempting to overthrow the Government, the treason ...

    Article : 81 words
  42. Advertising

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  43. BASIC WAGE.

    The Royal Commission, which is taking evidence with a view to fixing the basic wage for the Commonwealth, resumed its sittings this morning. ...

    Article : 200 words
  44. THE PAPER FAMINE.

    Addressing the members of the Marine Institute this afternoon, Mr. H. Williams, who recently toured America, delivered an address dealing with paper ...

    Article : 166 words
  45. Documentay Disclosures.

    Documents seized in the raids on the Radicals disclose that Lenin and Trotsky attempted to corrupt the world's currencies by means of the circulation ...

    Article : 107 words
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