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  3. BRITISH POLITICS

    When the House of Commons opened there was a crowded attendance, and the atmosphere was lively with anticipation, though to-day’s ...

    Article : 247 words
  4. DUNLOP RUBBER CO.

    A resolution oxpressing confidence in the directors was passed at an ext[?]- ordir ary meeting of shareholders in the Dunlop Rubber Company (the ...

    Article : 246 words
  5. Personal

    Australians in London have arranged with the Australian Natives’ Association for a banquet to Mr brace, the Australian Prime Minister, at the ...

    Article : 408 words
  6. U.S. LIQUOR LAWS

    The second liquor scan[?]in the capital within a fertnigh[?]sulted from disclosures by the [?] who raided a fashionable apartment, where ...

    Article : 97 words
  7. AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA

    Curious messages continue to come to hand from Russia. A direct cable from Moscow received by the "Daily Express" states that M. Trotsky has ...

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  8. BRITISH EMIGRATION

    Immigration returns for the Commonwealth for 3,923 show that 26,775 persons were assisted to Australia, comprising 10,967 nominated ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. SEIZURE OF A SCHOONER.

    Great Britain has made representations against the United States seizure of the schooner Kwasing, an alleged rum-runner. The seizure, which was ...

    Article : 126 words
  10. BRITISH FOOD DISTRIBUTION

    The final report of the Linlithgow committee on distribution, says the distributive costs are far heavier a burden than society will permanently ...

    Article : 232 words
  11. NEW AUSTRALIAN LINER

    The twin-screw steamer Port Wellington, for the Commonweatlh and Dominion Line's Australian service, was launched at Belfast to-day by ...

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  12. TROUBLE IN ILLINCIS.

    Continued activities of the Federal agents, aided by the Ku Klux Klan, in raiding illicit liquor establishments, cabled on 24th December, resulted in ...

    Article : 137 words
  13. RALLYING ANTI-SOCIALISTS.

    While Laborites were demonstrating in the Albert Hall, Lord Banbury presided at an Anti-Socialist demonstration in the Aeolian Hall, ...

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  14. EFFECT OF POLITICAL UN-CERTAINTY.

    The stock market is uneasy, most of the stocks being depressed to-day owing to the political uncertainty, which has been emphasised by the ...

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  15. ELECTION OF SPEAKER.

    On the motion of Sir Ellis Hume Williams (Unionist), seconded by Mr I. O'Grady (Labor), Mr J. H. Whitley, who has held the position since ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. JAPANESE RELIEF

    A balance of 4,500,000 dollars of American Red Cross funds has been handed over to the Japanese Emergency Relief Bureau by the American ...

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  17. OBITUARY.

    Speedle.—The funeral of the late Mr James Speedie, of the Newport Workshops, took place yesterday from the residence of his mother. Mrs Lucy ...

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  18. BRITISH RAILWAYMEN

    At the close of an all-day meeting of the executive of the Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, it was officially announced ...

    Article : 71 words
  19. THE ALBERT HALL MEETING.

    LABOR JOURNAL'S ENTHUSIASM. (Australian Tress Association). London, Wednesday. Mr Hamilton Fyfe, editor of the ...

    Article : 140 words
  20. SPIRITUAL HEALING

    The committee appointed by the Lambeth Conference to consider spiritual healing issued its report. The Archbishop of Canterbury, introducing the ...

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  21. LABOR’S POLICY.

    Mr Ramsay MacDonald, in a speech, said that it was the policy of Labor to take office to do work, not to prepare for general election. ...

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  22. THE SLUMP OF THE FRANC

    Reuter's correspondent in Paris says that the Finance Minister (M. Lesteyvie) has submitted a scheme to the Cabinet aiming at counteracting the ...

    Article : 106 words
  23. THE KING’S SPEECH.

    The Cabinet will meet on Thursday finally to consider the King’s Speech, and decide whether the Conservative Party will continue to advocate ...

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  24. CROSSES ON SOLDIERS’ GRAVES

    The Church Army has Undertaken the task of securing the temporary crosses used in the Flanders cemeteries as they are replaced by ...

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  25. A SARCASTIC CRITICISM.

    The “Morning Post" editorial says that Mr Ramsay Macdonald ogives a picture of anew world which might have been from the brush of the Welsh ...

    Article : 88 words
  26. SPEECH BY LABOR LEADER.

    Addressing a Labour demonstration in the Albert Hall, Mr Ramsay Macdonald, leader of the British Labor Party, delared:—We are not going to take office ...

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  27. BETTING IN BRITAIN

    Remarkable sidelights on the growth of betting, especially among women, are Contained in the report of a select committee cabled on the 15th ...

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  28. FANATICISM IN THE PHILIPPINES

    The 2000 religious fanatics who are terrorising the town of Surigae killed two police and five members of the constabulary. The Fanatics abducted ...

    Article : 80 words
  29. JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE

    Mr C. T. Wang, who was a member of the Chinese delegation to the Peace Conference, declared in an interview that several hundred Chinese were ...

    Article : 58 words
  30. MR. LLOYD GEORGE’S ATTITUDE.

    The “Daily Express’’ lobby correspondent says that Mr Lloyd George as not only abandoned any thought of assisting the Conservatives but is ...

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  31. WEALTHY GERMANS

    The Cabinet has decided to suspend advances to the German Newspaper Association for the support of various papers, owing to the country’s difficult ...

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  32. ASIATICS IN SOUTH AFRICA

    The "Gazette” contains a Bill entitled the Class Act 1924, which, though not specifically, provides for the segration of Asiatics, as it ...

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  33. GERMAN SEAMEN'S STRIKE

    The strike of German seamen an Hull to enforce the Maritime Board rate of wages has extended to London. The National Seamen’s and ...

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  34. REPARATIONS COMMITTEE

    Mr Dawes, the young American member of the Experts Committee enquiring into Germany’s finances, has made a statement pointing out that ...

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  35. THE NEW PEACE LOAN

    The Bok peace plan discussion in the Senate caused the emergence of the old acrimony on the subject of the League of Nations. Senator ...

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  36. OBJECTIVE AWAY ON THE HORIZON.

    Mr. Ramsay MacDonald, greyhaired, spectacled and hoarse-voiced, faced an audience of at least 12,000 in the Albert Hall, every foot of which was filled by ...

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  37. H.M.S. DRAGON REPAIRED

    H.M.S. Dragon, which crashed into a wooden fender at Capetown and was slightly damaged, has sailed to rejoin the British squadron at Zanzibar. ...

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  38. STATE AND ARBITRATION

    In consequence of steps being taken by the Public Service Association of the Commonwealth the members of the State Public Service General ...

    Article : 135 words
  39. SPECULATOR EXPELLED

    M. Maunoury, the Minister for the Interior, has signed a decree ordering the expulsion of a Dutch speculator oh a charge of having spread alarmist ...

    Article : 52 words
  40. THE LOST AIRSHIP

    Reuter’s correspondent in Paris says that a message from Bizerta states that the despatch boot Eseaut, which has been searching for wreckage of the ...

    Article : 94 words
  41. FIRE ON S.S. LEITRIM

    A message from Malta, says the s.s. Leitrim has hitherto discharged 5430 bales of wool from No. 3 hold, in which a fire broke out. Of these 3070 ...

    Article : 66 words
  42. NEW DOCK FOR GLASGOW

    The Clyde trustees have obtained Government assistance to provide a new dock at Glasgow, which will be the largest in Great Britain, at a cost ...

    Article : 44 words
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