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  2. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    In the Assembly the Parliamentary Electorates and Amendment Bill passed the second reading by 35 votes to 29. The Minister for Works moved the ...

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  3. IRELAND.

    Eighteen persons have been killed, and eighty wounded in Belfast since Monday. The Uster Cabinet, after conferring with the Lord Mayor, announced that steps ...

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  4. WASHINGTON CONFERENCE.

    All the newspapers acclaim the first victory of the conference which has been secured by Prance in the retention of her army The victory also confirms the ...

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  5. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    Speaking at Roseville Mr. Piddington, the Independent candidate, said the Federal Parliament was now in a demoralised condition as far as party alignment was ...

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  6. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The Senate discussed the Loan Appropriation 'Bill mainly in connection with immigration items. In the House of Represent at Mr. ...

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  7. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The "Daily Telegraph" in a leader this morning states the action of the Legislative Council last night in cutting the vitals out of the City Disfranchisement Bill ...

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  8. 44 HOURS WEEK.

    Judge Beeby to-day considered an application for the extension of the 44-hours week to laundries. Mr. McWilliams for, the employers argued this would seriously ...

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  9. SIR J. CARRUTHERS' DECISION.

    Sir Joseph Carruthers has definitely, decided not to accept nomination for the Senate. Sir Joseph explained although his own inclination was somewhat ...

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  10. TRAMCARS BOMBED.

    Belfast was quiet all day until the evening, when two tramcars were bombed. Several casualities occurred. Some youthful bomb flingers were caught, redhanded. ...

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  11. THE COURTS.

    Mr. Justice James pronounced a decree nisi in a case in which a convicted woman, Elenora Branscombe, sought a dissolution of her marriage with Charles ...

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  12. TELEGRAMS

    The Official Secrets Bill introduced by the New Zealand Government, in the Legislative Council makes spying a crime and provides that where a person has been in ...

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  13. CONFERENCE AT HOUSE OF LORDS.

    Lord Birkenhead and Sir Gordon Hewart, conferred with Messrs. Collins, Griffith and Gavan Duffy, M.P. (Sinn Feiners) at the House of Lords to-day. ...

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  14. ALLEGED DEFRAUDING.

    Edgar Barraclough (31) was charged at the Central Court by warrant, that, while acting as a Commonwealth officer, he fraudulently damaged a book ...

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  15. GERMANY.

    It is understood Hugo Stinnes is now in London negotiating for the exploitation of Russia with English financial groups. He will probably see Mr. Lloyd George on the ...

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  16. APATHY OF FARMERS.

    The apathy of farmers was discussed at the annual farmers' day at Bathurst Experiment. Farm The manager of the farm, Mr. R. May, said the average ...

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  17. M. BRIAND SUPPORTED.

    Speaking at a lnucheon in the city, Earl Curzon referred to the Washington Conference, and uttered a caution that it would be no use reducing sea armaments ...

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  18. THE PREMIER RETICENT.

    Mr. Dooley, the Premier, stated to-day: "I have not considered what the action of the Government is to be in regard to the Upper House." This reply to a ...

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  19. DAIRY HERD TESTS.

    No very notable performances were disclosed in the list furnished by the dairy branch of the Department of Agriculture, of cows whose official milk and butter fat ...

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  20. R. D. BRAMSTON'S TRIAL.

    The trial of Alderman R. D. Bramston for alleged bribery will commence at Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions on Monday. ...

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  21. HERVEY'S DEFENCE.

    At the Brighton Police Court to-day Grant Hervey pleaded guilty to a charge of having placed posters on premises hear the Brighton beach without the owner's ...

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  22. GERMANY'S DEBT.

    The South African Federation of British, "Industries' scheme for German reparation payment insists on complementary and supplementary products, not ...

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  23. BIG LITIGATION.

    At the High Court on Monday the case in which £3,000,000 are at stake will be commenced. It is brought by fellmongers, and relates to the ...

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  24. LABOR M.L.C. BITTER.

    Mr. Higgins, Labor M.L.C., stated to-day that the attitude to De adopted in regard to the City Council Corporation. Bili was decided at a special summons of ...

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  25. FEDERAL CONVENTION.

    Dr. Earle Page, leader of the Federal Country Party, said he was disappointed at the Convention Bill proposed by the Government. It was apparently still ...

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  26. WAITING FOR THE CONSTABLE.

    Percival Reynolds, charged at the Central Court, with having attempted to break and enter the house of Mary Tange, of Kensington, with intent to steal. He was ...

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  27. THE B.M.A. AND EXPULSIONS.

    The Labor Council has decided, in view a of the attitude adopted by the British Medical Association in expelling Dr. H. S. Thompson, that Parliament shall be ...

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  28. THE MISSING GOLD.

    A cable has been received stating that no further light has been thrown on the mysterious disappearance of portion of the steamer Sonoma's gold consignment. ...

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  29. CRICKET

    Hearty support of Warwick Armstrong's view of cricket is given in higher county circles that the game is largely becoming commercialised. ...

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  30. A FRUIT POOL.

    A proposal to form, a fruit pool to handle the forthcoming harvest has been definitely accepted' by the Federal Government. ...

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  31. INDUSTRIAL.

    A deputation urged the Prime Minister to take effective measures to protect the Australian iron and steel industries from importations from abroad. Mr. C. H. ...

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  32. RUSSIAN RELIEF FUND.

    Mr. A. Williamson, who, is the direct vs representative of the Russian Famine Fund in London, has arrived with the object of arousing the interest of the ...

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  33. U.S.A. DETECTIVE'S OPINION.

    A San Francisco message states no definite progress has been made according to Chief Detective Matheson regarding the Sonoma robbery which he regards as ...

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  34. A SOLICITOR EXONERATED.

    A. Lysaght, solicitor, of Wollongong appeared before the Full Court to answer a report by Mr. Justice Wade. Mr. Justice Wade's report stated an application ...

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  35. WHAT FLATS PRODUCE.

    As a result of a motion carried unanimously by the Kuringai Shire Council last evening no more. flats will be permitted, to be erected in the shire area. Councillor ...

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  36. CONVENTION BILL DOOMED.

    A Melbourne message says there is little prospect of the Convention Bill being passed by the House of Representatives. ...

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  37. BUSINESS IMPROVING.

    The Mill Bankers report shows that the distinct signs of business improvin[?] are, attributable to the marked financial activity during the past two months, ...

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  38. NEWS OF THE WORLD.

    Sir Walter Runciman will, on Saturday, unveil a tablet at Link Hall Cottage, situated on is estate in Northumberland, the birthplace of an Australian ex ...

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  39. QUEENSLAND

    Mr. Elphinstone, Nationalist member tor Oxley in the Assembly, in announcing last night that he had decided to join the Country' party, conveyed the impression to his ...

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  40. BROKEN HILL MINERS' TROUBLE

    At a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council, Broken Hill, last night, it was decided that the Government be notified that the Trades and Labor Council ...

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  41. THE GOLD LEFT SYDNEY.

    Sydney detectives are puzzled at the San Francisco police chief's theory that the Sonoma gold robbery took place before the ship left Australia. Inspector ...

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  42. HEAVY LOSS ON FEDERAL SHIPS.

    It is estimated that the loss on the Commonwealth wooden steamers to date is £2,343,159. ...

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  43. POLITICAL RIOTS IN ITALY

    The "Daily Mail's" Rome correspondent states that the reopening of Parliament was attended by grave riots. The cavalry charged the mobs, many being ...

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  44. MASSACRE OF GREEKS.

    A message has been received by the Greek Consul stating that the Constant tinople correspondent of the Ele[?]theror Typos" telegraphed that since the ...

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  45. NORTH SYDNEY ASSAULT CASE.

    Thos. Griffith, aged 20, was committed for trial at North Sydney Police Court this morning on a charge of having at Wollstoneeraft on November 15, ...

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  46. COST OF FOOD.

    Investigations made by the Commonwealth Statistician as to variations in the prices of food and groceries show that, compared with September, there was a ...

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  47. BROKEN HILL MINE TO RESUME.

    Operations will shortly be resumed at the British mine, Broken Hill. ...

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  48. DANISH MARRIAGE BILL

    The Copenhagen correspondent stated, there are some remarkable features in, the new Marriage Bill introduced by the Danish Government. Both parties ...

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  49. HOSPITAL CONFERENCE.

    The conference to consider the formation of a Hospitals Association and Cooperative Society whi[?] opened yesterday, sat again to-day. Mr. W. Waterford, ...

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  50. THE BARMEN'S PARADISE.

    The additional claims of the Federated Liquor and Allied Trades Union are a 44 hours week, overtime double rates, and double time on all public holidays; two ...

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  51. FRIENDLY SOCIETY SUSPENDED.

    Notice is given in the Government Gazette that the Registrar of Friendly Societies has suspended for a period of three months the registration of St. ...

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  52. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    A suspected case,of plague was removed to the, isolation hospital to-day. There are now 9 males and 2 females in the hospitals. ...

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  53. ADVENTUROUS DIGGERS.

    The "Daily Mail's" Paris correspondent telegraphs that fifty-six Britishers returned from service with' the Spanish Foreign Legion in Morocco, disgusted, ...

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  54. AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

    The Acting Minister for Defence stated to-day that the whole of the defence matters were in a state of uncertainty on account of the Washington Conference. ...

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  55. A RAT FOR EVERY PERSON.

    Dr. Purdy, Metropolitan Medical Officer addressing the conference of Local Government Clerks to-day on plague prevention said the only security was to carry ...

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  56. A COSTLY COMMISSION.

    It is estimated the commission inquiring into the 3917, Strike, which has been Bitting over twelve months, has cost £20,000 to date ...

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  57. WAGES REDUCED IN NEW ZEALAND

    The New Zealand Arbitration Court's award for the southern coal mines reduces the wages per shift from 192 to 18. The daily hours are fixed at eight from bank ...

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  58. "CLEVEREST FEMALE SWINDLER."

    Barbara Turner, aged 43, was charged at the Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions today with having forged a cheque for £3500, and, on her representations that ...

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  59. NEW TOTALISATOR PROVISIONS.

    A regulation under the Totalisator Act was tabled in the Legislative Assembly by the Treasurer and provides ait any race meeting at which the totalisator is used ...

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  60. NURSES "DAMNABLY TREATED."

    A notice from Cessnock was discussed: That this conference requests the Minister to introduce legislation for an 8-hour day for all hospital employees. ...

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  61. BUSH FIRES

    A message from Bellata states a bush fire broke out yesterday at Kilgowra siding, and owing to the wind and the highly inflammable grass, it spread quickly. ...

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  62. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY.

    The A.L.P. proposal for the election of the Lord Mayor by the citizens of Sydney is condemned by the Town Clerk. It is understood a general reduction ...

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