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  2. PEKIN THE INDESCRIBABLE

    Did a man make choice among cities of Eastern Asia, not having seen Pekin? Did he find charm in Manila, splendor in what the British have done in Hongkong, and ...

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  3. BRITAIN.

    The "Daily Express" states that the National Industrial Council scheme is in danger, owing to the Labour members having presented the Government with an ...

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  4. PEACE PROBLEMS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the news from Turkey is increasingly disturbing. It is now reported that Adrianople and Broussa have ...

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  5. RUSSIA.

    An official announcement has been made that General Lord Rawlinson's skilful co-ordination of plans enabled the British withdrawal from the north of Russia to ...

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  6. AERIAL NAVIGATION.

    Poulet, who left Paris at 7 o'clock this morning for Melbourne landed at Frejus at two this afternoon. [Frejus is on the shores of the ...

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  7. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Prince Nicholas, the second son of the King of Roumania, denies that the King or the Government has taken any action affecting Prince Carol's position as Crown ...

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  8. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Senator Lynch asked Senator Russell if the Government would undertake to provide a reasonable salary for members of the Senate, and at least one equal to the ...

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  9. ENGLAND TO PORT DARWIN.

    The airmen's route from England to Port Darwin is estimated at 11,294 miles. ...

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  10. THE HOUSING PROBLEM.

    With the view of solving the housing problem, the Minister for Health has relaxed the building bylaws until July, 1922, permitting the construction of ...

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  11. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    Mr. Glynn, in reply to Mr. Mathews, said that no requests made, under pressure had been acceded to by the administrators of the Northern Territory. No changes would ...

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  12. TRANS-AMERICAN FLIGHT.

    Lieutenant Maynard has left on his return flight to New York. [Maynard was the first of the competitors to reach San Francisco from New ...

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  13. MURMANSK COAST.

    Recent Ministerial speeches are interpreted as meaning that Norway aspires to the possesison of the Murmansk coast. ...

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  14. CARDINAL MERCIER.

    Cardinal Mercier, of Belgium, visited the city of Toronto to thank the Canadian people for their help during the war. ...

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  15. AUSTRIAN REPUBLIC.

    Dr. Renner, who was the head of the Austrian peace delegation, is submitting to the National Assembly a Bill defining the Federal constitution of the Austrian ...

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  16. TO ACCOMMODATE WOOL.

    In order to relieve the congestion at the docks the Hull authorities have taken over two aerodromes to accommodate some eighty thousand bales of Australian wool, ...

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  17. OVERSEAS TRADE.

    The President of the Board of Trade (Sir Auckland Geddes), speaking in London said:—"I am convinced that we have power to increase our overseas trade ...

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  18. INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION.

    Thirteen Allied countries, not including the United States or Japan have signed the International Aerial Navigation Convention. ...

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  19. THE SIEGE OF RIGA.

    The Riga correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle" reports that Colonel Berkine (who is in command of about 2,000 Letts) fired on the bearers of the ...

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  20. STEAMER ON FIRE.

    A message from Halifax, Nova Scotia, announced that the French steamer Venezia, 6,827 tons, had been reported to be on fire, and that she had been abandoned by ...

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  21. CUBA AND NEW YORK.

    A wealthy Cuban business man has announced the establishment shortly of an aeroplane service between Cuba and New York. ...

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  22. BUDAPEST.

    The Supreme Council has urged Roumania to establish gendarmes in Budapest, which will be evacuated when there is a force sufficient to maintain order. ...

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  23. A SUCCESSFUL PLAY.

    Mr. Oscar Asche's musical play "Chu Chin Chow" (which has been described as "the ost wonderful entertainment that London has ever seen") has achieved a ...

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  24. INDIAN FRONTIER.

    In consequence of the attitude of the Waziris during the Afghan war, it has been decided to send a punitive expedition to Waziristan. The operations will mark ...

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  25. MOTOR LORRIES.

    As the outcome of the strike the Ministry of Transport has completed a scheme to utilise motor lorries to relieve the congestion at the docks in London, Liverpool, ...

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  26. THE PEACE LOAN.

    The Treasurer (Mr. Watt) made the following statement to-day with regard to the Peace Loan. The subscription total £21,466,000 of which £10,100,000 was in the ...

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  27. CONDITIONS IN GERMANY.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Frankfort correspondent states that the Frankfort Fair poorly represents the large industries. The factories have nothing to sell, as they ...

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  28. AMERICA.

    It was announced to-night that President Wilson had spent a restless and uncomfortable day, but that his condition improved in the evening. ...

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  29. SCANDALS ALLEGED.

    The inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of Miss Violet Douglas-Pennant from the Women's Royal Air Force has been opened. ...

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  30. BERLIN'S MILK SUPPLY.

    A complete breakdown of Berlin's milk supply is imminent. The daily shortage in the case of children and invalids is already fifty thousand litres. ...

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  31. THE SACRED HEART.

    A most impressive ceremonial has been arranged for Thursday in Montmartre (a suburb of Paris), when the Basilica of the Sacred Heart which has been in the course ...

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  32. WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE.

    Addressing the delegates to the annual conference of the Australian Women's National League in Geelong, the Minister for the Navy (Sir Joseph Cook) said that the ...

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  33. INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE.

    The National Industrial Conference adjourned in confusion, the delegates being unable to agree to Mr. Chadbourne's resolution on behalf of a public group ...

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  34. FOREIGN SUBJECTS.

    France is repatriating all foreign suspects and will have cleared the concentration camps by November 3. She has begun to expel Germans, Austrians, Bulgarians, ...

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  35. SOVIET COLLAPSE.

    An official communique from the British military misson to the Baltic reports that General Judenitch has declared General Bermondt to be a traitor to his country ...

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  36. JAPAN CRITICISED.

    Senator Lodge, the Leader of the Republican Party in the Senate, speaking in that chamber, said that Japan was building a far eastern empire and would some ...

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  37. SYDNEY WHEAT COMMISSION.

    The evidence which was given before the Wheat Commission to-lay related chiefly to the adminstration of the Wheat Office. George Washington Walker (managing ...

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  38. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Government has called a conference of representatives of the mining, industry, commerce, and labour, to consider the effect on the cost of living and industrial ...

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  39. INFLUENZA.

    The Public Health Department yesterday stated that eight fresh cases of influenza had been reported from Beverley, and that one death had occurred there. A death ...

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  40. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    The Minister for the Navy (Sir Joseph Cook), in the course of an address to-day at the conference of the Australian Women's National League dealt with the election ...

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  41. FINANCING VON DER GOLTZ.

    The Chicago "Tribune's" Paris edition states that the Grand Duke Cyril, the exCzar's cousin, is financing Field-Marshal von der Goltz, hoping for an offensive ...

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  42. WHEAT FOR POULTRY.

    A number of representatives of the Kelmscott Co-Operative Society and others called at the "West Australian" office yesterday with a statement setting forth the ...

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  43. AUSTRALIA HOUSE.

    There have been further indignation meetings of the Australia House staff, who bitterly complain of delay in dealing with their request for a war bonus. There is ...

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  44. TRAFFIC TO THE BALTIC.

    A Berlin wireless message states that the Government has forbidden passenger traffic and the transport of munitions to the Baltic States, and is allowing only the ...

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  45. THE LATE MR. H. J. SAUNDERS, M.L.C.

    The funeral of the late Mr. H. J. Saunders, M.L.C., took place yesterday morning, and was attended by a large number of representative citizens. The ...

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  46. DENIKINE'S SUCCESSES.

    General Denikine reports having inflicted severe losses on the Bolsheviks in the Kamyshin district. He destroyed a regiment in the direction of Hovinsk, and took ...

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  47. GIPPSLAND FLAX.

    A shipment of Gippsland flax is expected shortly. The Australia House authorities are sending out samples of Russian flax fibres to Victoria for educational purposes. ...

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  48. THE COST OF LIVING.

    Requests for the appointment of a Commission to inquire into the cost of living, and for the fixing of a basic wage, were put before the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) ...

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  49. SILVER CITY.

    The annual festival of the Silver Chain Nursing League (Incorporated will be opened this year on December 15, and will be held as hertofore, on the reserve ...

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  50. NODULES IN BEEF.

    It is understood that Dr. Gilruth (the ex-Administrator of the Northern Territory) has made an exhaustive investigation of the question of nodules in beef, and has ...

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  51. HOME FROM THE WAR.

    H.M.A.T. Kanowna which arrived in Fremantle yesterday from England had on board Chaplain-General Are[?]bishop Riley and 677 men who are undergoing hospital ...

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  52. SEBASTOPOL A FREE PORT.

    A message from Moscow states that the Entente has decided that Sebastopol, in the Crimea, shall be a free port. ...

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  53. THE SLAYER OF RASPUTIN.

    Prince Felix Youssoupoff, the slayer of the monk Rasputin, has been robbed of jewels valued at £7,000. Previously to the abdiction of the late Czar a quantity of ...

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  54. FREIGHT CONTRACT FOR WOOL.

    The chairman of the Central Wool Committee (Sir John Higgins) stated to-night that advice had been received from the Director of Raw Materials (Sir Arthur ...

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  55. RECORD PRICES FOR SHORTHORNS.

    Two world's records for shorthorn calves were established at the Aberdeen sales. A ten-month old bull sold for 5,300 guineas, and a heifer for 2,000 guineas. ...

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  56. SHAH OF PERSIA.

    The Shah Ahmed Mirza, of Persia, who is on a visit to England, will be the guest of King George for a few days at the end of the month. ...

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  57. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    The Navy Office notifies the following transport movements:— Euripides left United Kingdom September 7 for Australia, via Capetown. First ...

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  58. SALVATION ARMY APPRECIATION DAY.

    The committee which has in hand the arrangements for the appeal by the Ugly Men's Association on behalf of the Salvation Army were busy yesterday on the ...

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  59. NEARING A CRISIS.

    The Russian situation is reaching a crisis owing to the unexpected rapidity of General Judenitch's advance. Fighting is taking place 20 miles west of Gatchina and within ...

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  60. THE ALDWYCH SITE.

    The London County Council has agreed to lease the Aldwych site to the Bush Company, which has £2,000,000 available for building purposes. ...

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  61. A FIREMAN SUFFOCATED.

    Abdul Adoot, a native of India, met his death this morning in remarkable circumstances. He was a fireman on the steamer Muddlea, which is berthed at Port ...

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  62. NATIONAL RIFLE MEETING.

    The annual prize meeting of the National Rifle Association was continued at the Randwick rifle range to-day with the shooting of the first stage of the King's. ...

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  63. GOLDFIELDS PATRIOTIC FUND.

    The final meeting of the Goldfields Patriotic Fund was held last night. The secretary reported that there was a credit balance of £2,000, after all liabilities had been ...

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  64. GENERALS DECORATED.

    The following honours have been awarded:— General Lord Horne, to be a Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of the ...

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