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  4. FAREWELL TO MRS. PANKHURST-WALSH.

    Not quite over the hard week’s toil in connection with Red Week, the Women’s League buckled to with a will to make the complimentary social to ...

    Article : 497 words
  5. The Jail Straw.

    The heat of midsummer lay stagnant in the windowless “canary cage” compartment of the prison van. There were nine, all told, in the escort ...

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  6. OUR ORGANISER.

    Since his arrival in Melbourne, Mr. Don Cameron has been kept as busy as a bee, mainly doing what we describe at the office as “staff work”—that is, corresponding, ...

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  7. MR. WILL SMITH, V.R.U. SECRETARY.

    Above presented is Mr. Will Smith, the newly-elected secretary of the Victorian Railways Union. Formerly organiser for the Painters’ Union, Mr. Smith next ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. MISS PANKHURST IN COURT.

    Miss Sylvia Pankhurst was charged in Bow-street Police Court to-day with having obstructed the police in Bow-street. Miss Pankhurst claimed the right to enter the ...

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  9. “THE STORY OF A LOST PLANET.”

    Dominic Healy has put out an attractive book, entitled “The Story of a Lost Planet; or, The Wonderful Submarine.” In four chapters the author shows how the ...

    Article : 110 words
  10. ROSS’S CASES.

    As we go to press we hear that the blasphemy proceedings against Mr. Ross have been finalised, and that, as a result, there will be no argument in the Full Court ...

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  11. TO A. G. R.

    To the memory of Comrade A. G. Roth. (Died Good Friday, 1919.) Man! thou hast played thy part well in Life’s game, ...

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  12. PETITION.

    OF CITIZENS and Electors of Australia to the Acting Prime Minister and all Ministers of the Crown for the Commonwealth of Australia, and to all the Members of the Parliament of the said Commonwealth, being a prayer for the Abolition of Penalities on Opinions. The Petition of the undersigned ...

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