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  3. SPECIAL SATURDAY ISSUE. END OF THE WAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 168 words
  4. The Peace Conference.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent telegraphs:— "Mr. Q. N. Barnes (Minister without a portfolio in the British War Cabinet) ...

    Article : 106 words
  5. GERMANS TO FIGHT THE POLES.

    Reuter's correspondent re[?]ots:— "The situation in Poland is difficult. It is reported that German forces are being sent to Poland to fight the Poles: ...

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  6. C.S.M. JOHN DRAPER RETURNING.

    Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Draper, of the corner of Wlliams and Iodide streets, have been advised that their son, Company Sergeant Major John Draper, who ...

    Article : 53 words
  7. In Great Britain.

    The Clyde joint unionists committee has approved of the arrangements for a shipyard strike on January 27 for a 40-hours' week. The Glasgow ...

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  8. SOLDIERS' LETTERS. SURRENDER OF GERMAN FLEET.

    Signaller Robert Hepburn, of H.M.A.S. Sydney, son of Mr and Mrs. W. Hepburn, of Broken Hill, writing to his parents, under date of November ...

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  9. LABOR QUESTION DISCUSSED.

    The Peace Conference has already, vigorously tackled the labor question, and has agreed to apnoint a commission on Saturday for the consideration ...

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  10. War Prisoners in Germany.

    The official Press Bureau Interdepartmental Committee for Prisoners of War announces that the German authorities have assured the ...

    Article : 87 words
  11. RUSSIANS CONFER IN PARIS.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent telegraphs:— "The Russian Ambassador now in Paris has conferred with M. Sazonoff ...

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  12. Civil War in Germany.

    The Berlin correspondent of the United Service Agency, under date January 21, Teports:— "Fighting again occurred here last ...

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  13. INVITATIONS DISPATCHED TO RUSSIA.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent telegraphs:— "An official Peace communique states that representatives of the Great ...

    Article : 144 words
  14. PRIVATE D. GARLAND.

    Private D. Garland, writings to his mother, Mrs. J. Garland, of 171 Wolfram-street, from France, under date of November 5, states:— ...

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  15. IRISH AFFAIRS. SITTINGS OF IRISH PARLIAMENT.

    The Dublin correspondent of the London "Times" reports:— "On Tuesday the Irish Parlament met in the round chamber of Mansion ...

    Article : 123 words
  16. China and Japan.

    Reuter's Tokio correspondent telegraphs:— "Speaking in the Diet, the Japanese Foreign Minister declared that Japan ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. The Polish Republic.

    Reuter"s Warsaw correspondent reports:— "M. Paderewskl's Government has arrested numerous Bolshevik, agitators ...

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  18. In Russia.

    Reuter's correspondent reports:— "The Bolshev'ks are reported to have (captured Orenburg, in the Ural Mountains district. If correct this is ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. CONSTITUTION OF IRISH ASSEMBLY.

    The London "Times" Dublin corres. pondent reports:— "The sitting of the National Irish Assembly, which is composed of 29 ...

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  20. ALLIES WILL ASSIST POLAND.

    Reuter's Warsaw correspondent on January 2 reported:— "General Bathelemy, chief of the Anglo-French mission to Poland, in an ...

    Article : 100 words
  21. STEAMERS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    The steamer Orsova has arrived a Port Said on the journey to Australia. The Miltiades has left Colombo for Fremantle. The Port Alma bound for ...

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  22. TROTSKY'S FLIGHT TO PETROGRAD.

    The London "Times" Helsingfors correspondent telegraphs:p "After the Narva battle M. Trotsky fled to Petrograd, with the commander ...

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  23. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    The suspicious case of illness reported in a Sydney suburb is that of a returned soldier. The case is regained as doubtful. ...

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  24. PROTECTION OF DANZIG.

    Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent telegraphs:— "At Danzig (West Prussia) General von Hindenburg, replying to an appeal ...

    Article : 93 words
  25. IN BROKEN HILL.

    Corporal John I. Gribben, who has been a prisoner of war at Munster, Westphalia, Germany, in a letter card written on September 22, 1918, to Mr. ...

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