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  2. MEAT PROBLEM.

    Most of the stir created by the meat crisis has subsided with the announcement Of the conference to be held in Sydney next week with the object of formalating ...

    Article : 410 words
  3. MEN FOR THE WAR.

    Satisfaction with the work of compiling the liste of eligible men for the voluntary ballot in the several States was expressed by the Minister for Recruiting (Mr. ...

    Article : 962 words
  4. MR. HUGHES IN GLASGOW.

    Mr. Hughes has visited the British Industrial Fair in Glasgow, where he saw what has been done in some directions by British effort to recover the key to industries which ...

    Article : 592 words
  5. ALLIES IN SIBERIA.

    The following message was received in London on Wednesday from Vladivowtock, the headquarters of the Allied armies in Siberia:— ...

    Article : 65 words
  6. INTERNED IRISH.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.— Mr. Justice Harvey to-day continued the inquiry into the detention of seven interned Irishmen. Mr. Ralaton, K.C., who appeared for the ...

    Article : 1,048 words
  7. CHAULNES TAKEN

    The bottle front is now 56 miles in length, having been extended several miles by the entry of General Sir Henry Home's British army ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 835 words
  8. L.W.W. PRISONERS.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.— Only two witnesses were examined to-day before Mr. Justice Street, sitting as a Royal commission of inquiry into the charges made against ...

    Article : 987 words
  9. "HINDENBURG LINE."

    (From Mr. PERCIVAL PHILLIPS, Special Correspondent of the "Daily Express" on the West Front.) BRITISH HDQRS., Wednesday.—Though ...

    Article : 930 words
  10. KING FOR FINLAND.

    According to news received through Amsterdam, the Finnish opposition to the proposal that the Grand Duke Adolph of Mecklenburg should be King of Finland has ...

    Article : 166 words
  11. AUSTRIA'S PERIL.

    The Vienna correspondent of the "W[?]er Zeitung" (formerly one of Germany's "moderate" organs, but now violently panGermany telegraphs:— ...

    Article : 129 words
  12. GRAZIER'S CRITICISM.

    Speaking at the annual meeting of the Pastoralists' Union of Southern Riverina yesterday, the president (Mr. R. Hunter Landale) criticised severely the Federal ...

    Article : 300 words
  13. Raid on Constantinople.

    A Turkish communique issued on Wednesday states:— "Enomy airmen raided Constantinople on Sunday night. Bombs fell in the outer ...

    Article : 32 words
  14. Blind May Read by Ear.

    An instrument[?] invented by Dr.[?] E. Fournier D'Albe, and called the "optophone," has bein successfully used in the British Scientific Exhibition, now open in ...

    Article : 438 words
  15. The English Harvest.

    The British Board of Agriculture reports that the area under crop in England and Wales this year is 12,398,730 acres, the largest for 20 years. ...

    Article : 158 words
  16. TAXING LEGISLATORS' SALARIES

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The second reading of the States Salaries (Commonwealth Taxation) Bill[?] was moved in the Legislative Assembly[?] to-day by the ...

    Article : 141 words
  17. THE GERMAN MORAL.

    (From Mr. PHILIP GIBBS[?] Special Correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" on the Were Front.) BRITISH HDQBS[?], Thursday.—As an in stance of the[?]usion in the German ...

    Article : 431 words
  18. COMMODITIES.

    A proclamation was issued on July 18 restricting the wholesale profit on k[?]itting wool to 10 per cent. on the landed cost, and the retail profit to 20 per cent. on the ...

    Article : 678 words
  19. AUSTRALIAN CAPTURES.

    BRITISH HDQRS,. Wednesday.—Last night at about midnight the German guns, which had been throwing gas and other shells about indiscriminately, suddenly cased ...

    Article : 303 words
  20. Mineral Oil for Britain.

    The London "Daily Chronicle" is continuing its crusade against the Mineral Oils department of the Board of Trade, accusing it of accomplishing little to develop the ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. SOLDIERS ON CROWN LANDS.

    Up to the present 178 soldiers have been settled on Crown lands in Victoria, 59 on Mallee areas, 63 at Merbein, and 5[?] in other park of the State. The chairman of the ...

    Article : 89 words
  22. Miss Dorothy Brunton.

    Miss Dorothy Brunton on Wednesday night made a successful appearance in the new musical comedy[?] "Shanghai," at Drury Lane. supporting Mr. Alfred Lester, the ...

    Article : 219 words
  23. American Labour.

    An American labour delegation, beaded by Mr. Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labour, has arrived in England to attend the Trade Union ...

    Article : 38 words
  24. POST-WAR PROBLEMS.

    Life at the front had so changed the outlook of thousands of men, Professor Meredith Atkinson declared in a lecture on "The War and After" at the Victorian Railways ...

    Article : 269 words
  25. The Lusitania Murderer.

    The French Ministry of Marine denies the reported capture in the Mediterranean of Lieutenant Schweiger, who sank the Lasitania, and adds that the British buried ...

    Article : 42 words
  26. Illness of Kaiserin.

    News received through Amsterdam states that the condition of the Kaiserin, who was stated in a message a few days ago to be suffering from a nervous breakdown, ...

    Article : 68 words
  27. CHRISTIANITY AND WAR.

    WANGARATTA, Thursday.—The 15th annual synod of the Church of England diocese of Wangaratta was held on Wednesday and Thursday. In his presidential ...

    Article : 223 words
  28. Peers Sell Lands.

    Baron Stalbridge's decision to sell pertion of his Dorset estates brings two of Mr. Thomas Hardy's famous "Wessex" towns under the [?]ammer, namely ...

    Article : 280 words
  29. Prohibition in America.

    It is announced in Washington that an agreement has been reached in Congress by which national prohibition will be enacted shortly, and will become effective by July ...

    Article : 68 words
  30. If There Is General Election.

    A leading article in the London "Daily Express" (Unionist). which is regarded as the organ of Lord Beaverbrook, Minister of Information in the L[?]oyd George ...

    Article : 149 words
  31. PROTESTANT FEDERATION.

    About a thousand people attended at the Camberwell Theatre, Burse road, last night, when a branch of the Protestant Federation was formed. Sir Robert Best, M. H. R., ...

    Article : 62 words
  32. Dockers Strike at Cork.

    The British Government has withdrawn all vessels from the port of Cork, in Ireland, finding it impossible to s[?]ttle a strike of dock labourers existing there. ...

    Article : 35 words
  33. THE FERRANDO CASE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The reasons for the refusal of the application by Cavali[?]re Giovanni Ferrando, merchant of Melbourne, for an interlocutory injunetion and order ...

    Article : 220 words
  34. BURNED BY LIVE WIRE.

    Through coming into contact with a [?]use which had blown out, at the Newport electrical powerhouse yesterday. Herbert N. Barr, electri[?]ion. 32 years of age, married, living in O'Farrell street, ...

    Article : 94 words
  35. [?]MAGES AWARDED TO BOXER.

    Damages to the amount of £75 were obtained by the American light-weight boxer, Harry Stone, in an action, concluded before Judge Eagleson in the County Court ...

    Article : 196 words
  36. America's Man Power[?]

    WASHINGTON. Wednesday.—The Senate has passed the Man Power Bill, providing that all men between the ages of 18 and 45 years shall be evaitable for military ...

    Article : 47 words
  37. WOMEN'S [?]ATHS AT ST. KILDA.

    The St. Kilda Council is now repairing, in per[?]aration for the coming season, the women's [?] th[?] at St. Kilda, which it bought for £1,2[?]0 some time ago. It is hoped that about £400 will put the[?] ...

    Article : 68 words
  38. Honours for Australians.

    Second bars to the Military Medal have been awarded to the following Australians:—Cor[?]oral (now second lieutenant) A. W. Wheen, private J. B. Meculloch), ...

    Article : 85 words
  39. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE (500 Miles).—Arrived.—Aug. 2[?]— Head Maru, from sydney; Eur[?], from [?]lhourne; Lam[?], from Banbu[?]y, Sailed.—Aug. ...

    Article : 39 words
  40. Classified Advertising

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