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  3. The Middle East

    A War Office communique announces that, with the exception of a few sick, all the women and children from Kerind (125 miles ...

    Article : 177 words
  4. "Continent of Future"

    Dealing with the question of immigration, a leading article in "The Times" says:--"Settlers for Australia must be ...

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    It is understood that the British income tax authorities threaten to tax Australian Imperial Force gratuities paid in Great Britain, although the ...

    Article : 221 words
  6. Portuguese Revolt

    A general strike, apparently of a revolutionary character, has begun throughout. Portugal. Travellers from Portugal confirm the ...

    Article : 305 words
  7. Old Cricket Rivals Meet for Friendly Chat

    Group of former international cricketers, who, at the invitation of the Governor-General, called upon Lord Forster at Government House this morning Reading from left to right:--John Worrall, a sterling batsman; W. W. Armstrong, selected captain of the next Australian Eleven; John M'Carthy Blaekham, the greatest wicketkeeper the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 96 words
  8. Reconstruction of Belgium

    Statistics of post-war reconstruction show that employes in industrial establishments in Belgium represent 92 per cent. of the pre-war total, while ...

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    "The Times" correspondent at Warsaw says that it is doubtful whether immediate peace with the Bolsheviks will be made. ...

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  10. The Prince's Tour Recorded

    "The Times" will publish an illustrated supplement on October 10 giving a pictorial record of the world tour of the Prince of Wales. ...

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    Mr Ramsay Macdonald, chairman of the Independent Labor, Party; Mrs Phillip Snowden, M. Renaudel (France), M. Vandervelde (Belgium), ...

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    A strike of seamen and firemen has created a complete deadlock in the port of Dublin since October 5. The strike began in consequence of a ...

    Article : 152 words
  13. The Modern Maid

    Extravagance in dress on the part of women was attributed by Mrs H. Fossett, at the conference of the Housewives' Association today, to the ...

    Article : 182 words
  14. Senate Criticised

    Considerable feeling was shown in the House of Representatives today when amendments to the War Service Homes Bill which had been ...

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  15. "Made in Australia"

    Details of a scheme for the manufacture of clothing in Australia, from Australian materials, were submitted to the conference of the Housewives' ...

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    In accordance with the demand of the Entente, the militarily organised Prussian "security police" were disbanded yesterday. They were replaced ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. German Act of Grace

    A telegram from Paris states that the Government has decided to settle the question of reparations due to France under the Peace ...

    Article : 168 words
  18. Profiteering Act

    In defending the action of the Queensland Parliament in passing the Profiteering Prevention Act of 1920, Mr J. G. Latham submitted to the full ...

    Article : 316 words
  19. Settlement Problem

    Mr Arthur Henderson, M.P., in a letter written from the Labor Party's headquarters, said that a solution of the Irish problem which would have ...

    Article : 335 words
  20. Coal Price

    Rates for New South Wales coal sold within the Commonwealth will be increased by 4 a ton as from Sept. 27, according to a statement made in ...

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  21. Bank Clerks' Wages

    Bank officials' wages were the subject of an agreement certified in the Arbitration Court before Mr. Justice Higgins today. ...

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  22. The Gloves are Off

    Members of the Housewives' Association at their conference today pledged themselves to refrain from wearing gloves for a period of at least ...

    Article : 468 words
  23. Personal

    Lord Forster, the Governor-General, presided at a meeting of the Federal Executive, Council held at Government House this morning. ...

    Article : 315 words
  24. Japan Has Blundered

    Viscount Kato, Deader of the opposition, speaking, at a general convention of the Kenseikal (Opposition) party held at Sendai (a coastal town 220 miles ...

    Article : 169 words
  25. Refuge in Tent

    Turned out of his house, and unable to secure another owing to the acute shortage, Thomas Edgecock, a waterside worker, has pitched three tents ...

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  26. Federal Shipbuilding

    Replying to a question by Mr M'Williams, leader of the Country Party in the House of Representatives, today, Mr Poynton, Minister in Charge of ...

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    H.M.A.S. Geranium, which struck a reef in Napier Bay recently, suffered more damage than was thought at first. Several plates were started, and the ...

    Article : 141 words
  28. Lighting the Way

    Motorists are most interested in the invention by Sir Howard Grubb of an anti-dasszle headlight. By a special arrangement the lenses ...

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  31. Fast Flight Made

    In a Sopwith-Gnu machine Capt. Roy King yesterday flew from Forbes to Cootamundra (N.S.W.) in 50 minutes. The distance is 110 milles, ...

    Article : 78 words



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