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  2. PEACE PROGRESS.

    A complete copy of the Allies peace terms for Austria was handed to the Austrian delegation in Paris on Sunday. It is pointed out that the various Notes from Austria ...

    Article : 261 words
  3. SHIPPING STRIKE

    Mr. T. Walsh, general secretary of the Seamen's Union, was arrested last night. The Acting Federal Solicitor-General (Mr. G. S. Knowles) stated that during the day ...

    Article : 723 words
  4. LABOUR UNREST.

    Recently the Parliamentary Committee of the Trades Union Congress refused to comply with a request that it call a national conference to consider schemes put ...

    Article : 177 words
  5. AN ANGRY OUTBURST

    Wild scenes, culminating in the wreeking of some of the State offices and the wounding of the Premier (Mr. Lawson), occurred yesterday afternoon, as the ...

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  6. South African Troubles.

    The industrial unrest in South Africa is spreading to Cape Town, where a strike of tramway employees is in progress. Traffic is entirely suspended in the city and ...

    Article : 63 words
  7. AFRIDI RISING.

    The following message was received on Sunday afternoon from Allahabad:- "The Afghan froutier is again ablaze through an outbreak by the Afridis, who ...

    Article : 92 words
  8. CONTENTION IN AMERICA.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" states that with the return of President Wilson the fight in the Senate over the Peace Treaty and the ...

    Article : 222 words
  9. PEACE DAY.

    One of the notable incidents of the Peace Day celebrations in London on Saturday, when a demonstrative, good-nature crowd closely surrounded the carriage of their ...

    Article : 85 words
  10. In Dublin.

    An enthusiastic celebration of Peace Day took place in Dublin. A procession of troops, 6,000 strong, was held, the Viceroy (Viscount French) taking the [?]alute. A ...

    Article : 37 words
  11. PACIFIST FAILURES.

    The one-day strike projected by the pacifists as a protest against what they described as the harsh terms of the Peace Treaty was a failure in Paris. The failure ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. EX-SERVICE RIOTERS.

    The ex-service men who caused serious disorder at Luton, in Bedfordshire, on Saturday, because of a grievance in regard to pensions, set fire to the town hall, which ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. WALSH DEFIANT.

    Before a crowded audience nt the Richmond Town Hall last night the secretary of the Seamen's Union (Mr. T Walsh) repeated the statement for which he was ...

    Article : 451 words
  14. BONDS OF EMPIRE.

    The London correspondent of the "New York Tribune" telegraphs that he learns that a bill is being drafted for submission to the British Parliament in ...

    Article : 377 words
  15. TROOPS RETURNING.

    On the s.s. Durham, which reached Port Melbourne yesterday, there were 270 Victorian troops, in addition to contingents for Queensland and New south Wales. The ...

    Article : 210 words
  16. THE LARGEST AIRSHIP

    According to members of the United States air force in Washington, the British Government has begun the construction of the largest divigible airship yet ...

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  17. Food for Workers.

    In view of the large Indian population in South Africa the shortage of rice there is causing serious anxi[?]ty. The Government has appointed a commission in ...

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  18. OLD MELBURNIANS.

    The Old Melburnains had arranged to hold their annual reunion at the Melbourne Grammar School on Friday. Owing to the suspension of the tramway service it has ...

    Article : 97 words
  19. Racial Grievances.

    An Indian Congress will meet in Johannesburg in August, to consider grievances of British Indians in the Transvaal. In the meantime the Indians are signing a solemn ...

    Article : 81 words
  20. TREATMENT OF SEAMEN.

    The following statement as to the wages and conditions under which seamen are working at present has been issued by the Shipowners' Association:— The following statement as to the wages and co ...

    Article : 497 words
  21. INCOME TAX.

    Sir,—Depreciation has been defined as "full in value," and for State income tax purposes it is limited to "depreciation by wear and tear of michinery used in the ...

    Article : 178 words
  22. RAILWAY REVENUE.

    The revenue of the Railways department continues to increase. Receipts for the week ended July 14 amounted to £110,727, as compared with £85,295 for the ...

    Article : 143 words
  23. "PEACE-[?]NG FOUR."

    Sir,—You were good enough to-day to direct attention to some photographs of the "Peace-making Four" exhibited by us, and to suggest that they should bo acquired by ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. OBSTRUCTION IN A THEATRE.

    Mendel Snyder, ressee of the Armadale Picture Theatre was charged at the Malvern Court on Monday by inspector C. J. F. Crawford of the Board of Public Health, with not having for chains ...

    Article : 79 words
  25. WINTER COMMERCIAL LECTURES.

    The third series of mid-day commercial lectures will be inaugurated in the large salesroom of the Melbourne Wool Exchange, corner King and Little collins streets, to-morrow, commencing at 20 ...

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