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  2. ITALIAN CRISIS.

    The defeat of Signor Orlando's Government was due to its failure to induce the Peace Conference to endorse Italy's aims int he Adriatic and to the irritating ...

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  3. WARSHIPS SUNK

    Forty-six put of the 72 surrendered German warships lying, in Scapa, Flow, Scotland, have been sunk by Germans. The sunken vessels include nine out of the ten ...

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  4. ALLIES AND RUSSIA.

    A message from Paris says that the Council of Four does not recognise Admiral Koltchak, leader of the anti-Bolshevik Government in Russia, probably because ...

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  5. SHIPPING STRIKE

    Interest in the shipping strike is note centred in Sydney, where the delegate from the industrial disputes committee of the Trades Hall Council has gone to interview ...

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  6. LAST DAY

    A delayed message sent from Paris at 11.25 a.m. on Tuesday by the representative of the Australian Press Association, s[?] Allies have fixed 7 o'clock on Monday evening for the German [?] reply." ...

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  7. Distribution of Coal.

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—Representations that the coal stocks held by the Sunnyside Woollen Mills might be made available for use have been unsuccessful, and between 400 ...

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  8. LABOUR UNREST.

    [?] [?]ral Labour Confedera[?] Sundya a meeting of [?] [?]senting the trades unions [?]gium, France, Great Britain, and ...

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  9. TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES.

    Animated proceedings, at times merging into uproar, characterised a meeting of the Australian Tramway Employees' Association at the Temperance Hall yesterday ...

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  10. AMERICAN NAVY.

    A message from Washington states that the Secretary for the Navy (Mr. Josephus Daniels) has announced a plan for the establishment of Atlantic and Pacific fleets ...

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  11. London Police Trouble.

    At a large meeting of members of the police force in London it was unanimously agreed not to resign from membership in the Police Union, as demanded by Mr. E. ...

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  12. WIVES OF SOLDIERS.

    The High Commissioner for Australia (Mr. Andrew Fisher) has published in the London papers a denial of statements that English wives of Anstralian soldiers receive ...

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  13. BRITAIN'S COAL MINES.

    According to the "Daily News" the British Coal Commission has prepared four reports, the most important of which is that of Mr. Justice Sankey. It recommends ...

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  14. ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, Minister for War, speaking at a luncheon at the Savoy Hotel, at which he presented Lord Northcliffe's £10,000 prize to Captain Alcock and ...

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  15. FREE-TRADE CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Asquith opened the free-trade campaign at Leith. He declared that the free-trade system had triumphantly borne the supreme test of the greatest war in history. ...

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  16. PICTURE THEATRE PANIC.

    Fighty persons have been burned to death in a fire at a picture theatre in Mayagnez, on the island of Porto Rico. Women and children were crushed to death ...

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  17. SOLDIERS ARRIVE.

    In spite of the bleak weather experienced on Saturday afternoon the Victorian troops who disembarked from the Leicestershire were given a warm welcome by many ...

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  18. FOOD CONTROL.

    The British Cabinet has decided to retain the Food Ministry until the spring of 1920. ...

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  19. PRICE OF WOOLLEN GOODS.

    It is considered in British trade circles that there are no prospects of an early reduction in the prices of high-class wools. The demand for good worsteds in ...

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  20. Emden Commander Abducted.

    Captain Muller, the famous commander of the Emden, addressed a pan-German meeting at Frankfort, after which, his opponents abducted him in a motor-car. The police ...

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  21. South African Exports.

    Replying to a question put by a Nationalist member in the Legislative Assembly this morning regarding the alleged limitation of exports to Allied countries, the Acting ...

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  22. BREAK AWAY AT ADELAIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—A meeting of members of the South Australian branch of the Federated Seamen's Union held at Port Adelaide on Saturday evening agreed to the ...

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  23. Trade With America.

    The representative of the Australian Press Association in New York has interviewed Mr. H. Y. L. Braddon, who is retiring from the position of Australian trade ...

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  24. South African Natives.

    Persons in touch with the natives in South Africa express the opinion that fresh trouble is brewing. At a mass meeting a few days ago native speakers urged joint ...

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  25. GENERAL CABLES.

    Excellent rains have fallen trhoughout England after a drought which lasted for 50 days. The cargo of Australian apples aboard ...

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  26. THREE PERSONS SHOT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A shooting affray occurred a Nelson's Bay on Friday night, two men and a woman being injured. The victims are Herbert Edgar Langford and ...

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  27. French Officer1 Attacked.

    A mob of people at Frankfort attacked a French officer, whereupon a detachment of marines fired, wounding several persons. ...

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  28. NEGOTIATIONS IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Prospects for a settlement of the seamen's strike are not bright. The extremists at present in control of the Sydney branch state that the ...

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  29. Honour to Dead Heroes.

    The British military authorities have begun to distribute amongst next-of-kin of all fallen men a scroll inscribed: "He whom this scroll commemorates was amongst those ...

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  30. South African' Nationalists.

    General Hertzog, leader of the South African Nationalist delegation which has come to Europe to urge the Nationalist claim for South African independence, has ...

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  31. MORWELL TRAGEDY.

    In wild bush country near Emerald, and about 40 miles from Morwell, the remains [?] man were discovered recently. A watch found near the remains has since ...

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  32. Government Linen Sold.

    Newspapers criticise the sale by the Government to Mr. Leonard Martin, for £4,000,000, of 40,000,000 yards of linen orgininally intended for aeriplanes. It is ...

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  33. WOMAN IN LAKE.

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—At about 10 o'clock to-night, as Motorman Corbey, who was running an electric tram towards the tram depot, was waiting on a loop for ...

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  34. AUSTRALIA AND NAVY.

    Lord Denman, formerly Governor-General of Australia, presided at a luncheon given to the Australian Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) and Minister for the Navy (Sir ...

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  35. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    A message from Washingtqn states that Senator L. Y. Sherman (Republican), speaking in the Senate during a debute on the League of Nations, said that owing to ...

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  36. TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES.

    At a meeting of the Tramway Employees' Association, held at the Temperance Hall yesterday morning to discuss their own [?]vances, prior to the special business a ...

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  37. CRUISE OF H.M.S. NEW ZEALAND.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The battle cruiser New Zealand, with Admirl Viscount Jellicoe and Lady Jellicoe, will enter Sydney Heads at about 8 a.m. to-morrow. ...

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  38. RETURNING FLEET.

    BRISABANE, Sunday.—The cruiser Brisbane, with one of the gift submarines in tow, arrived and anchored in Moreton Bay this afternoon. The vessels will come up ...

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  39. CLOSING OF MOUNT MORGAN.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—"Something must be done, and done quickly," said Mr. T. J. Ryan (Premier of Queensland) to-night, "to re-open the works at Mount Morgan." He ...

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  40. THE PRICE OF WIRE.

    Sir,—In reply to Mr. George A. Evans, Rochester road, Canterbury, I would like to point out that his letter in "The Argus" of Tuesday, June 17, conveys a wrong ...

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  41. MISSING MOTOR-CYCLE.

    A claim for damages for the loss of a motor-cycle was heard, before Judge Winneke, in the County Court on Friday. Hiram M. Drummond, commercial traveller, of Crim[?] street, St. Kilda, being the ...

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  42. Mining in South Africa.

    The South African Minister for Mines (Mr. F. S. Malan) annoucnces the appointment of a strong commission to investigate the crisis in the mining industry in South ...

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  43. STATE TRADING OPPOSED.

    PERTH, Sunday.—A deputation from the Chamber of Manufactures waited on the Premier (Mr. Mitchell), and urged the abandonment of the State trading concerns, ...

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  46. America and Mexico.

    The United States War department has prepared a punitive expedition against Mexico in the case of reprisals by Villa's supporters for the recent American raid ...

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