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  2. AT ARM'S LENGTH.

    There is stilt no sign of any attempt to bring the engineers and the shipowners together again to try and end the struggle that is strangling the water front. The shipowners ...

    Article : 915 words
  3. FOOD EXPORT.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Rumors were current in shipping circles to-day that the stevedores engaged in loading oversea vessels contemplated united action in refusing to load ...

    Article : 83 words
  4. GERMANY DEFIANT.

    The Gorman Minister for Justice has said that, though Germany had signed the Peace Treaty the black list contract was enforceable as much as a contract to climb to the moon. ...

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  5. THE LATEST CABLES.

    The following special despatch was received last night from Captain Matthews, who is on his way to Australia from London by aeroplane. He is being dogged by Ill-luck, and has ...

    Article : 143 words
  6. SPREAD OF BOLSHEVISM.

    It is reported from Tokio that the Bolsheviks have risen up against the Japanese on the Island of Sakhalin, important mining and petroleum properties being attacked. A rescue ...

    Article : 80 words
  7. THE WONDERFUL FIGHT.

    LONDON, December 6.--For the intense interest which it aroused in England and Franco, for sheer dramatic quality, and for rapid catastrophic climax, there has never been such a ...

    Article : 1,658 words
  8. SCULLING CHAMPION.

    World sculling champions of the past, and possibly aspirants for the coveted title in the future, figured prominently among the crowd of aquatic enthusiasts who gathered in King's ...

    Article : 748 words
  9. STATE ELECTIONS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 783 words
  10. BREACH OF TREATY.

    A telegram from Paris states that M. Millerand in the Chamber of Deputies, stated that Germany's non-delivery of her quota of coal to Franco in January constituted a ...

    Article : 93 words
  11. SIR ROSS SMITH'S VISIT.

    The official luncheon which was to have been tendered to Sir Ross Smith by the Government of New South Wales on Thursday, has been postponed indefinitely. Those who ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. THE DOCKERS' K.C.

    Mr. Ernest Bevin, the dockers' organiser, who is known as the "Dockers' King's Counsel," was applauded at the conclusion of an address before the Court, which is inquiring ...

    Article : 262 words
  13. CZECH CORPS DECIMATED.

    A wireless message from Moscow states that the Czech corps, which two years ago was a formidable force of 60,000 men, constituting the main pillar of the counter-revolutionary army, ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. DISTRESS AT PORT PIRIE.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.--A deputation from Port Pirie asked Premier to-day for a grant of £2000 for the relief of people, including women and children, in distress owing in the ...

    Article : 277 words
  15. WAR CRIMINALS.

    It is announced from Berlin that Herr Erzberger states that he is in agreement with the Cabinet of the impossibility of delivering a single German to "the hateful revenge of her ...

    Article : 37 words
  16. GENERAL.

    Advices from Berlin state that Herr Schaffer, Minister for Justice, states that the Cabinet has unanimously declined to surrender the persons whose names appear on the "black ...

    Article : 128 words
  17. PROBLEMS FOR BRITAIN.

    The Prince of Wales accompanies their Majesties. at the opening of Parliament on February 10. The King's Speech emphasises the ...

    Article : 94 words
  18. NOT YET SETTLED.

    The Washington correspondent of the New York Times" states that there may be a movement among Democratic Senators to brook away from President Wilson's leadership over ...

    Article : 70 words
  19. RELEASED FROM QUARANTINE.

    The steamer Bremen was yesterday released from quarantine. She was moored at the P. and O. buoy in Athol Dight, and will probably sail for London on the 19th instant. ...

    Article : 118 words
  20. GERMAN COMPETITION.

    A curious instance of the effect of the depreciation. of Gorman. currency in international competition has occurred in the Channel Pilot Service.'' ...

    Article : 107 words
  21. THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

    The training of the University boat crews has been hampered by rough weather but both crows are fairly well forward. After numerous trials, the composition of the crows has been ...

    Article : 79 words
  22. JEWS IN WAR.

    MELBOURNE. Monday.--A reception was tendered to-night, in the Prahran Town Hall, to Licutenant-General Sir John Monash by the Jewish community of Victoria. He was ...

    Article : 135 words
  23. MOTOR CAR AND CYCLE.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Nine persons were injured--two seriously--as the result of a motor car accident about two miles 'from Essendon late last night. The names of the Injured ...

    Article : 155 words
  24. BOLSHEVIK SUCCESS.

    A wireless message from Moscow states that Tifils and Kutais are now in the power of the Bolsheviks. ...

    Article : 23 words
  25. THE MEAT GLUT.

    The congestion of meat ships in the Thames is unprecedented. Cold storage is sufficient to accommodate 1,600,000 carcases, but it is now crammed with an additional 60,000. ...

    Article : 101 words
  26. "MEASURE YOUR PARTIES."

    Archbishop Kelly on Sunday afternoon, in the courre of an address at the opening of a now probytery and school hall for St. Joseph s, Enfield-Burwood parish, Liverpool Road, said ...

    Article : 197 words
  27. MORE FROM THE ENGINEERS.

    A member of the Institute of Engineers yesterday added a further quota to what has been printed concerning their case He said:-- "When war broke out in August, 1914, the ...

    Article : 992 words
  28. GENERAL CABLES.

    Lady Newdegate, wife of Sir Francis Newdegate, Governor of West Australia, sails for Perth by the orentes. An Aberdeen Angus bull was sold for £3150 ...

    Article : 145 words
  29. WOMEN'S WAGES.

    The Minister for Labor, referring to the living wage for adult tomato employees, states that to connection with the powers conferred by the Industrial Arbitration Act, as amended, ...

    Article : 225 words
  30. EXPORT OF HORSES.

    WEST MAITLAND, Monday.--In response to local inquiries with, [?]gard to the export of horses, Licutenant-Colonel Nicholson. M.L.A., got into touch with the Department of ...

    Article : 95 words
  31. WRECKED IN ATLANTIC.

    Advices from Halifax state that the Oxonian has wirelessed to the effect that she has picked up 23 members of the crew of the Bradborne, which is believed to have foundered in ...

    Article : 65 words
  32. THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP.

    Replying to Lord Haldane's opinion that the Liberal Party was passing and that the future lies with Labor, Mr. Asquith is reported, to have replied:-- ...

    Article : 85 words
  33. MISS DURACK AGAIN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 402 words
  34. WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH.

    HOBART, Sunday.--A fire occurred on Saturday at the Cascades. It is believed that the outbreak was caused by some tar catching fire on the kitchen stove, and that 'Mr. J. Smith ...

    Article : 91 words
  35. AMERICAN LABOR.

    Charging that Congress had failed to do its duty to America, the Federation of Labor has issued a proclamation calling upon its membership to organise a great movement to ...

    Article : 95 words
  36. ECHO OF DOUGLAS-PENNANT INQUIRY.

    A libel action has opened in which Colonel Bersev is proceeding against Miss Violet Ias-Pennant on charges arising out of allegations that he connived at immorality in the ...

    Article : 107 words
  37. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--The Federal Parliament will meet for the transaction of business on Thursday, February 26. The Prime Minister made an announcement to ...

    Article : 32 words
  38. POULET LEAVES FOR RANGOON.

    Poulet and his mechanic, Venolst, have sailed for Rangoon to resume their flight to Australia. ...

    Article : 25 words
  39. VICTORIAN CRICKETERS' TOUR.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--At to-night's meeting, of the Victorian Cricket Association, Mr. W. H. Hatch, manager of the team, reporting on the visit of the Victorian eleven to Sydney ...

    Article : 65 words
  40. MR. HOOVER.

    Mr, Hoover, in the course of a statement which he has authorised, says: "I have not sought, and am not seeking, the Presidency I am not a candidate, and no one is authorised ...

    Article : 52 words
  41. GOVERNOR OF TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Monday,--The Governor of Tasmania, Sir Francis Newdegate, left to-day for West Australia, via Melbourne. He was presented with a large number of farewell ...

    Article : 36 words
  42. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE NOSKE.

    The "Potlt Journal's" Berlin correspondent states that it is rumored that an attempt has been made to assassinate Noske, ...

    Article : 28 words
  43. BEER BOYCOTTED.

    BATHURST, Monday.--The increase from 4d to 6d per glass in the price of beer came into operation in Bathurst to-day, and met with general dissatisfaction. ...

    Article : 71 words
  44. VESTEY'S MEAT WORKS.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--The Minister for Home and Territories has been, officially informed that Vestey Brothers' meat works at Darwin will not be killing during the coming ...

    Article : 113 words
  45. DENMARK SHORT OF FUEL.

    Copenhagen massage (states that owing to the stoppage of coal supplies from Groat Britain industrial firms only possess six weeks' supplies. Drastic rationing of domestic fuel ...

    Article : 38 words
  46. LATEST QUOTATIONS.

    Broken Hill, b 61s 3d, s 63s 9d; North Broken Hill, b 52s Gd.'s 65s; Brisels, b 6s 6d, s 6a 6d: Mount Lyell b 26s, s 37s; Boulder, b 10s s' 10s Od; Ivanhoo,, b 46s 3d, s 48s 9d; Hampton, ...

    Article : 54 words
  47. ACCIDENT AT SEA.

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.--Thomas Byrne, third officer of the ship Wray Castle, which arrived from Capetown yesterday, was taken to the Newcastle Hospital to-day, with both thighs ...

    Article : 72 words
  48. HULL WOOL SALES.

    At the Hull wool sales Adelaide crossbrods were neglected, and there were many withdrawals. Scoured were Irregular. New Zealand slipes were fully firm at last London ...

    Article : 37 words
  49. RAIDS IN IRELAND.

    The police and the military raided Sinn Fein houses in Londonderry. and captured a quantity of arms ammunition, and explosives. Three arrests were made, ...

    Article : 38 words
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