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  4. RATIFICATION

    The Germans have sent a Note acknowledging the intimation from the Allies that the blockade will be lifted after the ratification of the ...

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  5. GREAT NEW AIRSHIPS

    The Admiralty is embarking in a great programme of airship construction as the result of the latest, successes. It has ordered six giants of ...

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  6. THE FIRST NATION

    General Botha (Prime Minister of the Union) sailed for Capetown by the Lianstephan Castle. Prior to his departure he was ...

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  7. NEMESIS

    The All[?]s do not seek the death-penalty against Wilhelm Hohenzollern, but wish for his banishment to some remote island. ...

    Article : 258 words
  8. DENIKIN'S ADVANCE

    Reuter learns that General Denikin is continuing his advance very successfully, and has crossed the Dniester and captured Ekaterinoslav. He ...

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  9. GOVERNOR-GENERAL

    In the House of Commons to-night Mr. Tyson Wilson (Lab.) directed attention to a resolution of the Australian Labor Party in April alleging ...

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  10. THE SPELLBINDER

    Mr. Lloyd-George, in his speech in the House of Commons this afternoon, was as passionate as over in denunciation of Germany's crimes. He ...

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  11. NOT THIS YEAR

    It is officially declared that the statement by the Prince of Wales did not mean that he would visit Australia in 1919. ...

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  12. BRITAIN'S NAVY

    In the House of Commons, in reply to Captain Wedgwood Benn (Lib.), Mr. Walter Long stated that the British naval construction programme ...

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  13. HUGHES SPEAKS OUT

    Mr. Hughes, addressing members of the House of Commons, at the luncheon given him by Sir Newton Moore, declared that the Imperial ...

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  14. HONOR TO HEROES

    A message from Paris says that the peace celebrations will include a night watch around the cenotaph raised at the Arc de Triomphe in ...

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  15. 6000 MEN

    General Pershing announces that the American army of occupation in the Rhineland will be a mixed force of 6000 men. ...

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  16. THE WILY TURK

    The correspondent of "The Times" at Constantinople states that it is believed in that city that the Turkish peace delegation is playing a ...

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  17. PEACE PROCLAMATION

    The Royal proclamation announcing peace was publicly read this morning with all the ancient pomp and ceremony. ...

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  18. HORRORS OF THE POGROM

    During a stormy debate in the Polish Diet Deputy Schiffer related an anti-Jewish pogrom at Cholm, where there were dreadful scenes. ...

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  19. STOP-PRESS

    The strike conference has failed. ...

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  20. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT

    Commenting on recent complaints by fruit shippers. Mr. Larkin manager in London for the Commonwealth Shipping Line, says that the Commonwealth ...

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  21. NATIONALISATION

    The Associated Chambers of Commere unanimously condemned the nationalisation of the mines, but supported Government purchase of ...

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  22. ETHICS OF THE STRIKE

    Mr. Smillie, president of the Miners Federation, in a speech to the miners at Gulsborough, in Yorkshire urged the nationalisation of the mines. ...

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  23. COTTON RIOTS

    The cotton riots have spread to Ashton-under-Lyne, Staleybridge, and Dunkinfield. Large crowds, mostly of women and girls, are parading the ...

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  24. MR. HUGHES, K.C.

    Mr. Hughes has been made a K.C. He lunched at Buckingham Palace with the King. ...

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  25. Anzac Heroes for Victory March

    One hundred Australians and 30 New Zealanders who are recipients of the Victoria Cross or D.C.M., will participate in the monster Allied victory ...

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  26. A.I.F. Discharging Civilians

    A.I.F. Headquarters, in Horseferry-road, has discharged 1188 civilians since the armistice. ...

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