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  2. JAPANESE DISASTER.

    Various Press reports from Shanghai give the following information of the Japanese disaster. Tokio is a city of ruins, and to-day was again shaken by ...

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  3. GERMANY.

    The Berlin correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle" states that there is considerable rioting and plundering in the Ruhr, mainly in the Essen region, owing ...

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  4. COLLIERY DISASTER.

    The town of Cessnock and its smaller neighbour, Bellbird, were moved by mournful scenes to-day. Drizzling rain was falling when hearses were carrying ...

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  5. THE WAR CLOUD.

    The Italian Minister at Athens (Signor G. C. Montagna) has informed the Greek Government that Italy refuses to accept the decision of the League of Nations. ...

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  6. MARQUIS CURZON.

    The Marquis Curzon has returned to London. Interviewed, he said it was impossible at present to formulate a definite, scheme of policy regarding the ...

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  7. DAMAGE AT YOKOHAMA.

    It is reported that the Yokohama Specie Bank and the Grand Hotel were demolished. The damage to buildings in the foreign settlement is reported to be ...

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  8. CORFU OCCUPATION.

    The Italian Embassy in London states that the occupation of Corfu is sufficient for the purpose in view, and there is no truth in the reports that other islands ...

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  9. LIGHT HOUSES USELESS

    A wireless message from Kore Maru states that all lighthouses in the Bay of Tokio have been rendered useless, and that navagation at night is dangerous. ...

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  10. "A REAL SOLUTION."

    The Chancellor (Dr. Stresemann), speaking at Stuttgart, said that Germany was quite ready and willing to discuss new proposals, but a real solution was ...

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  11. IRELAND.

    The final state of parties is as follows:—Government, 63: Republicans, 44; Independents, 16; Farmers' Union, 15; Labour, 15. ...

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  12. A LONDON VIEW.

    The London 'Daily Telegraph' diplomatic correspondent points out that having regard to the fact that neither Italy nor Greece is a self-supporting ...

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  13. THE MASSACRE.

    The Rome correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle" says that according to evidence collected on the spot by the Italian Consul at Valona the ...

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  14. COMMANDEERING ACT.

    The Government has issued an Emergency Commandeering Act. A wireless message intercepted at Sasebo states that the Minister for Home ...

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  15. PREMIER ESCAPES.

    M. Yamamoto (the new Prime Minister) had the narrowest escape. Martial law has been proclaimed in Tokio. ...

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  16. FASCISTI RISING.

    The Bavarian Fascisti are in complete control of Nuremberg. They hauled down the Republican flags and hoisted the Kaiser's standard instead. It is ...

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  17. MESSAGES OF SYMPATHY.

    The Government and Colony has sent a message of condolence to the Japanese Consul-General in Japan's sufferings through the earthquake. ...

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  18. NUMBER OF DEAD.

    It is impossible to estimate the aggregate number of casualties in all the affected districts, but it is remembered that the great earthquake of 1836 killed ...

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  19. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The Geneva correspondent of the London "Morning Post" writes:—"Directly the Greek protest was received, the delegates recognised that the League ...

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  20. INDIA.

    Widespread floods occurred in the province of Behar towards the end of August. From particulars now available it appears that the death roll is ...

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  21. ISLANDS OCCUPIED.

    It is reported, though without confirmation, that the Italians have occupied the islands of Cephalonia and Samos. It is announced that the Italian ...

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  22. CABINET INSTALLED.

    Various reports confirm that the Yamamoto Cabinet was officially installed last evening. ...

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  23. DESOLATED TOWNS.

    Hundreds of foreigners were holidaying in the Hakone district, where the force of the earthquake shocks is believed to have been the severest, and ...

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  24. A RELIEF BUREAU.

    At a final meeting of the old Cabinet yesterday morning Count Uchida decided on the establishment of a relief bureau. ...

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  25. VICTORIAN MINISTRY.

    In order that all sections of the Ministerial party in the State Parliament might have an opportunity of considering the formation of a new Ministry which ...

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  26. Fight With Anarchists.

    Details of the final round-up of the Sikh Babbar Akali anarchists show that the mounted police, reinforced by cavalry, encountered a gang 10 miles ...

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  27. AMERICAN HELP.

    The Peking correspondent of the United Press Association states that an interrupted message from the steamer Korea Maru in Yokohama harbour ...

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  28. AMERICAN EFFORTS.

    The American Red Cross Society has cabled to its Chinese and Phillipine stations to rush all available personal supplies to the stricken cities of Japan. ...

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  29. Suggested Inquiry.

    The Greek reply to the Ambassadors' Conference urges the appointment of an international inquiry, which is better than a Greek inquiry, which could not ...

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  30. REASON FOR ADJOURNMENT.

    It transpires that the real reason for the adjournment of the discussion by the League of Nations on the Corfu issue, was to enable the Italian delegate ...

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  31. Escape of Prisoners.

    It appears that while the murderers of Majors Orr and Anderson escaped from Kabul jail, 22 prisoners also escaped from the Jalalabad jail on the ...

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  32. MINE SEALED DOWN.

    There were no developments to-day at the Bellbird No. 1 mine, where the disaster occurred. Sealing operations were completed late yesterday ...

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  33. FEELING IN GREECE.

    There is a storm of Indignation in Greece over the Italian action at Corfu. All the theatres are closed as a sign at mourning, and numerous public bodies ...

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  34. NAGOYA DESTROYED.

    The New York Radio Corporation has received a wireless message stating that the Japanese city of Nagoya has been destroyed, and that its population of ...

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  35. SPAIN.

    The Cabinet has resigned owing to these Ministers opposing the establishment of a line of defence at Melilla, some way beyond the present positions ...

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  36. RELIEF MEASURES.

    Odawara has been washed away by tidal waves. Warships have been ordered to transport relief supplies to Tokio. The Osaka and Kobe municipalities have ...

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  37. NEWS FROM JAPAN.

    The Japanese Legation has received the first available details of the earthquake, tidal wave and fire, which successively overwhelmed portions of Japan, ...

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  38. TOKIO STILL BURNS.

    Tokio is still burning, and the Bank of Japan was reported to have been demolished yesterday. The terrible plight of the inhabitants of Tokio and ...

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  39. BELIEF IN FRANCE.

    Well-informed circles believe that the adjournment of the League of Nations' decision with regard to the Greek appeal till Tuesday next is due to the ...

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  40. THE SYDNEY MINT.

    Reference was made to-day by the Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page) to a statement made by the Treasurer for New South Wales (Sir Arthur ...

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  41. Newspaper Suspended.

    A Greek newspaper has been suspended for the day for staying the Italians:— "The fugitives of Carporetto." The Censor has been dismissed for allowing ...

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  42. FIRE EXTINGUISHED.

    A wireless message from Tomioka (Japan) to the Radio Corporation of America reports that the Tokio fire has been extinguished. The despatch ...

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  43. TROPICAL MEDICINE.

    Three hundred medical scientists from every part of the East are attending a congress of tropical medicine. The presidential address eulogises Dr. ...

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  44. MUSSOLINI'S IDEA.

    The newspapers state that Signor Mussolini (the Prime Minister) is willing to submit the question of the League's competence to the Court of ...

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  45. AEROPLANE ARRIVES.

    Lieutenant Hatano has arrived at Osaka by aeroplane, carrying a message from the War Minister to the commander of the Osaka division, reporting ...

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  46. GREEK SHIPS.

    From Athens it is semi-officially stated that an Italian submarine seized the steamer Giorgious. The Italian admiral, Bellini, has forbidden Greek steamers ...

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  47. PERSONAL.

    The Premier (Sir James Mitchell) will leave the city by car early to-morrow morning, for Seabrook, where he is to open a new agricultural hall at 3 p.m. He ...

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  48. PLIGHT OF TOKIO.

    The destruction of Tokio is so complete that it is possible that the national capital will be temporarily transferred to Kyoto or Osaka. The Prince ...

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  49. ASSEMBLY MEETING.

    The Geneva correspondent of the Australian Press Association says that the Australian delegates to the Assembly of the League of Nations have arrived. ...

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  50. DESTRUCTION IN TOKIO

    The Nagoya division has received the following report from Lieutenant Ishida, who reconnoitred Tokio by aeroplane yesterday afternoon:—The palace is ...

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  51. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The German steamer Kloepfel, while bound from Hull to Bremerhaven, foundered in a gale in the North Sea. The captain and only one out of a crew of ...

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  52. KILLING OF CIVILIANS.

    The Metropolitan of Athens has protested to the League of Nations and also to the Archbishop of Canterbury, against the killing of civilians at Corfu. A ...

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  53. AUSTRALIA'S SYMPATHY.

    The Action Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page) referring to-day to the earthquake disaster in Japan, said that the deepest sympathy of the whole world would be ...

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  54. SCENES IN TOKIO.

    The Osaka "Mainichi's" correspondent at Tokio reports that yesterday since the morning a strong wind, with cloudy hot weather prevailed. At noon a terrible ...

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  55. SPEECH BY MR. THOMAS.

    Mr. J. H. Thomas, M.P., secretary of the National Union of Railwaymen, speaking at a meeting of railwaymen at Plymouth, said that there was a crisis ...

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  56. SPORTING CABLES.

    At Noordwijks in the Anglo-Dutch tournament the local players maintained their ascendancy, but the British secured several doubles. Godfree and Mrs. ...

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  57. FRENCH PRESS VIEWS.

    The "Debats" says:—"Many people here imagine that in the crisis between Italy and Greece we shall be able to get useful help in Rome to help us with ...

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  58. SCIENCE CONGRESS.

    A large party of delegates of the Pan-Pacific Science Congress assembled in the Union Hall at the Sydney University to take part in the concluding general ...

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  59. IMPERIAL PALACE.

    It is reported that the Imperial Palace has been thrown open to admit refugees. ...

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  60. FATE OF FOREIGNERS.

    The safety of the foreign diplomatic representatives is not known, and there is no news concerning foreign residents of Tokio. ...

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  61. Football.

    The constitution of the Rugby League team for the tour of Australia is already causing speculation. As yet few new notable players have joined the clubs. Last ...

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  62. OFFICE DESTROYED.

    The Blue Funnel liner Philoctetes intercepted a wireless message from the general agent of the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line reporting that the office ...

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  63. OVERLAND PASSENGERS.

    A telegram from Tarcoola yesterday stated that the following passengers were on board the Great Western express, which will arrive in Kalgoorlie from the Eastern States ...

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  64. ITALIAN CRITICISM.

    The "Messaggero," criticising England for supporting Greece's action in sending the dispute to the League of Nations, says that Colonel Gonatas (the Greek ...

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  65. NAVY DEPARTMENT.

    A naval wireless report states that the Navy Department buildings are safe. ...

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  66. EMPIRE EXHIBITION.

    Miss Dickson, a well-known Sydney woman; who served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps in England during the war, and after demobilisation was ...

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  67. A BELGIAN REQUEST.

    The fourth conference of the International Federation of Demobilised Soldiers was opened to-day. The Belgians will ask at the conference that the ...

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  68. Perth Observatory Record.

    The violent earthquake which occurred in Japan was recorded on the Observatory seismograph. The intensity of the shock was very great. The preliminary ...

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  69. Cricket.

    The "Athletic News" states that the Lancashire County Cricket Club has decided not to avail itself of the services of the Australians. E. A. McDonald and ...

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  70. AMERICAN REPORT.

    The New York correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle" states that radio messages says that an earthquake lasting one and a half hours caused ...

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  71. ROYALTIES SAFE.

    According to a report received from the Osaka telegraph office, the Tokio central telegraph office and telephone office have been completely destroyed by ...

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  72. CONSULS RESIGN.

    All the Greek Consuls have tendered their resignations. ...

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  73. TROUBLE IN CRETE.

    It is semi-officially stated that the population of Crete has demonstrated before the Italian Consulate, the personnel of which is endangered. It is ...

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  76. AUSTRALIA'S VIEW.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) speaking to-day at a civic farewell in Adelaide, prior to his departure for England, referred to the Italo-Greek crisis. ...

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  77. RIGHTS OF GREECE.

    Lord Robert Cecil, in an interview after the Council meeting, expressed the opinion that there was no doubt about the competency of the Council in the ...

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