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  5. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    Reuter's correspondent in Dublin telegraphs:— "Co[?]ncident with revolution ordersproh biting public meetings in Ireland, ...

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  6. STRIKE AT BRUNSWICK.

    Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent reports:— "Messages from Brunswick state that a general strike has broken out in that ...

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  7. END OF THE WAR. The Peace Conference.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent writes:— "Regarding the Dominions' status in the Council of the League of ...

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  8. PREDICTIONS CONCERNING FIRST OFFICIALS.

    Berlin newspapers predict that Herr Naumann will be the first President of the German Republic and Herr Ebert the first Premier. ...

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  9. In Russia. ESTHONIANS' CAPTURE OF NARVA.

    An Esthonan official communique states:— "We and the Finnish volunteer battalion captured the town of Narva, ...

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  10. ITALY'S DEMANDS.

    The Italian delegation' to the Peace Conference declares that it is indispensable that Italy should possess the Brenner Pass and the Dalmation coast ...

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  11. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    A special Cabinet meeting of the New South Wales Cabinet was held this morning. It was decided in view of the cutlook regarding the influenza ...

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  12. MUNICIPAL BY-ELECTION.

    On Saturday the electors of the municipa[?]ty or Broken Hill will be ca[?]a on to elect [?] a[?]erinen to take the seats Va[?]ated by Aldermen C. J. ...

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  13. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. RAILWAY LINE TO DARWIN.

    The Government is being asked to move with the object of securing the construction of an overland line from Oodnadatta to join the railway at ...

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  14. In Great Britain. STRIKES IN PROGRESS AND THREATENED.

    Reuter's Agency reports:— "The labor unrest in Britain, which is mainly due to complaints about the abolition of old customs like short ...

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  15. BRITISH TRANSPORTS USED.

    An official Finnish telegram mentions that the Finnish volunteers with the Esthonians were transported from Helsingfors to Reval in British warships. ...

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  16. END OF THE WAR Civil War in Germany.

    The London "Times" Berlin correspondent reports:— Extensive military measures have resuited in a complete restoration to ...

    Article : 84 words
  17. BATHERS IN DIFFICULTIES.

    Three little girls aged 14, ll, and 10 years, were bathing at Henley Beach yesterday and got out of their depth. A gentleman went to their ...

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  18. THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT.

    Reuter's correspondent writes:— "The figures of the early German election results are inter[?]ted here as notifying the prospect of the early ...

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  19. FINNISH FRONTIER ATTACKED.

    A message from Helsmgfors states that Russian Red Guards are attackin and pillaging an the Finnish frontier. ...

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  20. PORTUGUESE REVOLUTION.

    Renter's Lisbon correspondent reports on January 20:— "Official: The city is guiet. The Cabinet has taken energetic measures ...

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  21. SALE OF ADELAIDE PROPERTY.

    A sale of property in Rundle-street and Gawler-place yesterday realised £50,250. ...

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  22. ADELAlDE SHEEP SALES.

    About 13,300 sheep were yarded at the sheep sales yesterday. Late quotations were maintained. Also, 4787 lambs were sold. ...

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  23. Bolshevik Propaganda.

    Reuter's Agency reports:— "The latest reliable news from Moscow shows that the Bolsheviks have for months been organising an ...

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  24. INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION.

    A meeting or the parliamentary Committee of the Trades Unions Congress and the representatives of the American Federation of Labor now in ...

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  25. OUTPUT OF THE MINES.

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  26. SPORTING.

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  27. CABLE NEWS. THE REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL.

    Official: "The Monarchists hold Oporto, Braga, and Vizu. Martial law has been proclaimed at and warships sent to Oporto. ...

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  28. BOLSHEVIK ARMY APPROACHING PRUSSIAN FRONTIER.

    A Berlin message states:— "A Bolshev[?]k army is advancing rapidly on a wide front through Courland and the provinces in the direction of ...

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  29. SWISS CLAIMS.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent reports:— "The Swiss President has arrived to submit to the conference Switzerland's ...

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  30. INTERNATIONAL LABOR UNION.

    A New York cable message states that Mr. Samuel Gompers (President of the Amer can Federation of Labor) accompanied by four other American ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN AIRMAN KILLED.

    Prank Banks, an Australian airman, was killed while instructing in aviation at Dayton, Ohio. ...

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  32. DOMINIONS' STATUS.

    The United Service Paris correspondent, reporting on January 21, states: "Important discussions are proceeding concerning the Dominions' status ...

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  33. In the United States.

    A cable message from San Francisco states that 46 I.W.W. leaders have been found guilty in a United States District Court of conspiracy against ...

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  34. TO GOVERNMENT WARNED.

    A calle message states that Mr. J. R. Clynes, speaking at Oldham (Lancashire). [?]arned the Government of the gravity of breaking its pledge to send ...

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  35. The Ex-Kaiser.

    The "Pall Mail Gazette" states:— "The question of trying the exKaiser has gone much further than is generally understood. Holland is ...

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  36. A MEAL OF MONEY.

    Mr. Arthur Hamp was recently "making in" for Port Augusta from Bon Bon Station, when a Vermin inspector asked him if he would, take ...

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  37. THE WEATHER.

    The maximum shade temperature to-day was 98.5 degrees. An official memorandum gives the barometer reading as 29.058 degrees. The following ...

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  38. IN BROKEN HILL.

    Private W. H. Bitmead, 18th Battalion, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bitmead, of Piper-street, South Broken Hill, is returning from Europe on the ...

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  39. THREATENED STRIKE IN YORKSHIRE.

    One hundred and fifty thousand Yorkshire coal miners threaten to strike on Thursday for a 44-hours' week. ...

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  41. AERIAL TRANSIT.

    The London "Times" Khartoum correspondent reports:— "An aeroplane, surveying the Cairo to Cape route, arrived here on January ...

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  42. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Benevolent Society was held in the Council Chamber this afternoon. There were present:—Pastor E. J. Tuck ...

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  43. In Germany. FEDERATION OF REPUBLICS.

    It is now announced from Berlin that Germany will be divided into a federation of eight republics headed by a Greater Germany, with a papulation of ...

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  45. THE SHARE MARKET.

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  49. NATIONAL "ASSEMBLY TO MEET AT WEIMAR.

    Reuter's Copenhagen correspondent reports:— "The 'Lokal Anzeiger' states that the Prussian Ministry has agreed to ...

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  50. PROPOSAL TO CONFER WITH RUSSIANS.

    It is announced that the Supreme Council has considered the Polish question, on which it consulted Marshal Foch. The council decided to send ...

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