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  2. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Over £58,000 was spent on the liquor referenduin which resulted in favour of continuance in New Zealand.. A general meeting of the ...

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  3. SEAFARERS' SERVICE.

    A national service for seafarers was conducted at St. Paul's Catbedrid yesterday afternoon by Canon Hughes. There was a large congregation, among those present ...

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  4. JELLICOE AND BEATTY.

    The "Sunday Times" announces the mysterious disappearance of the wireless signal book of H.M.S. Iron Duke, containing Admiral Lord Bcatty's signal to Admiral ...

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  5. DARWIN TROUBLE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) was disinclined to discuss recent developments at Darwin when he arrived in Sydney at the week-end. He said ...

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  6. Industrial Council Scheme.

    The trade union section of the Provisional Joint Industrial Committee, after a meeting, issued a statement attributing the causes of the crisis to the Government ...

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  7. THIRD STAGE BEGUN.

    The French aviator Etienne Paulet, who began his long flight from Paris to Melbourne on Tuesday, has reached Rome, and has set out on the next stage—to ...

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  8. RATIFIED BY AUSTRIA.

    The Austrian National Assembly has ratified the Peace Treaty. The Austrian Cabinet resigned after the ratification, but was re-elected by the ...

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  9. FIGHT FOR PETROGRAD.

    The reports received in London regarding the struggles in Russia between the Bolsheviks and their foes continue to be somewhat conflieting. Messages sent from ...

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  10. Trans-American Race.

    Lieutenant Maynard has arrived at Long Island, and has thus won the trans American air race from New York to San Francisco and back. He says the race has ...

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  11. Trade Unions Scheme.

    Trade union leaders in Great Britain are vigorously furthering plans for joint emergency, action between the trade unions and the great co-operative Societies whereby, ...

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  12. NEEDS OF THE HOUR.

    In a speech delivered at Hadfield's works, at Sheffield, the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) emphasised the equal necessity for exercising economy and increasing ...

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  13. Supremacy in the Air.

    The United States Assistant Secretary for War (Mr. Crowell), testifying before the Senate Military Committee, pointed out that Great Britain was far ahead of the rest ...

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  14. SPIRIT OF THE TIME.

    Speaking in Scots Church on Sunday morning on the words in 1 John iv., 1, "Believe not every spirit, but test thc spirits to see if they come from God," the Rev. ...

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  15. SPORTING CABLES.

    The second October meeting afc Newmarket was concluded to-day, when the principal event was the Middle Park Plate for two-year-olds. It was won by ...

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  16. BOY SCOUTS' DEMONSTRATION

    Those who attended the annual demonstration of the Victorian section of the Australian Boy Scouts' Association at the Melbourne Cricket-ground on Saturday ...

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  17. NAVY AFTER PEACE.

    It is stated in authoritative circles in Portsmouth that when the United States has signed the Pence Treaty the British Royal Navy will be reduced to a strength ...

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  18. Flight to Australia.

    The "New York Times," commenting on the competitive flight from Great Britain to Australia, says;—"It seems that it is the British Government's habit to encourage ...

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  19. SEDITION IN AMERICA.

    The Washington correspondent, of the "New York Times" says that there are 5O,OOO. alien agitators now in the United States, and they are supported by hundreds ...

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  20. Money and Stores.

    Mr. H. G. McBeath, who was a member of the Defence Department Business Board, is to leave for Australia on Monday. As the financial adviser of the Defence ...

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  21. BALTIC PROVINCES.

    Copenhagen reports state that, martial law has been declared throughout Lithuania, and that partial mobilisation has been ordered. Parliament has been convoked ...

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  22. President Wilson's Health.

    It is announced at Washington that President Wilson is now resting well. He will, however, not be able to see the King and Queen of the Belgians when they reach ...

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  23. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    Despite the proclamntion forbidding Sinn, fein meetings, a midnight Sinn.Fein convention has been held in Dublin arid. disposed of all its business. ...

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  24. WELFARE OF YOUTH.

    The first metropolitan conference of workers with boys was held on Saturday at the rooms of the Young Men's Christian Association. Flinders street. After an ...

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  25. REPATRIATION.

    There is a dearth of market gardeners in New South Wales, and as n result Sydney secures the bulk of its vegetable supplies from Victoria. When the Jirector of ...

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  26. Loan to Austria.

    An American banking syndicate, is reported in Vienna to be negotiating for a large loan to Austria, and the negotiations are mid to be nenrly finished. According to ...

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  27. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    An address on the League of Nations was delivered by Sir Robert Best, M.H.R., at Wesley Church yesterday afternoon. Sir Robert Best said that if the League of ...

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  28. French Exchange Problem.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that all classes are slowly realising the seriousness, of, the exchange crisis. The eight hours day hampers efforts ...

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  29. Mandate Over Armenia.

    Mr. Morgenthan, the former American Ambassador to Turkey, who has returned to the United States from Europe, unofficially expressed the opinion that Great ...

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  30. SOUTH STREET COMPETITIONS.

    BALLARAT. Saturday.—Fine weather favoured the SoulthStreet Society for th- nighUnd pipe baud comepetition at the city Ovel, tho attendance being large Five ba.competed, and th? advent of the ...

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  31. MR. L. LINDSAY'S PICTURES.

    Showing a novel technique, with a method of handling which has been partly suggested by his long experience of engrav- ' ing in aquatint. Mr. Lionel ...

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  32. POLICE NEWS.

    Some time between the closing hour on Thursday and 6 o'clock on Friday morning the tailor's shop of jack Cooper at 860 High street, [?] was broken Into, and a quantity ot cloth niul completed ...

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  33. Profiteering Prosecutions.

    Mr. McCurdy, Parliamentary Secretary of the British Food Ministry, addressing a food conference, said that the Government was strenuously attacking high prices. ...

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  34. Comments by Mr. Watt.

    In his Budget statement, delivered in the House of Representatives on October 8, the Acting Federal Treasurer (Mr. Poynton) stated that the total indebtedness of the ...

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  35. MEN AND THE CHURCH.

    Men's Sunday was observed at the Lygon Street Church of Christ yesterday. Pastor James E. Thomas spoke morning, afternoon, and evening. At the evening service ...

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  36. EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONS.

    Progress results from the Utility Poultry Hreeders' cntniiellnon anon that in the class for pens of White liitlorna ftrst plaev is held by E. H. james, uhosr lf.lil fis? Iven slichtly reduced hy J. ...

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  37. Death of Mr. H. B. Irving.

    The death has taken place from complications following a nervous breakdown of the famous actor ond actor-manager Mr. H. B. Irving, who toured Australia in 1911-12, and ...

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  38. THEFT OF £250 VIOLIN CHARGED.

    Towards the end of September a violin valued at £250, two violin casca and two bows, belonging to Mr. Franz Wallnch, were stolen from his room at Verona, Clarendon street, East Melbourne. ...

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  39. BISMARCK MEMOIRS.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "New York Times' telegraphs that great pressure has been brought to bear on the Cotta publishing firm at Stuttgart to prevent the ...

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  40. JUNIOR FOOTBALL FINAL.

    The grand final for the ptrmicrMhin of the Victorinn Junior AnsooJntlon between rootwray and Williamstown was played at the East Melbourne ground on Saturday. As is ninialy the case when ...

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  41. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS.

    RUPANYUP.—The- Rupanyup and Marnoo Agriiulural Society's 40th Misual show was heM on the new gwunda on October i5. The gate taklm and chtriea were a. record. the chief Awarua were:- ...

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  42. Diamond Robbery on Liner.

    A big diamond robbery has taken place on the liner Aeneas, which took a large consignment of diamonds aboard at the Cape (en route from Australia). A ...

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  43. Australia House.

    A hitch has occurred in the negotiations with the New South Wales agency over offices in Australia House. It is understand that the State desired a seven years' ...

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  44. CROQUET.

    Entries for the nrtBhton CrDnuct Club's Annan open timmimont donn tr-ntcm with the hm secerlary (Mrs. J. W. Stranger). Play commencw on Saturday, October 25. ...

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  45. Russian Securities.

    Russian stocks and shares of all kinds, including Government, municipal, railway, mining, and oil, have risen rapidly during the past week as a result of the ...

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  46. MONEY FOR CHINA.

    It is reported in Peking that the consortium of European and American bankers has refused to make an advance to China under the terms proposed for a ...

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  47. BOXING.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.—" Ilcw" EdwardS (9.3/mh) defeated "Joe" Mooney (1.2/mh) at the [?] last night. The referce soptted tht flitht in the eleventh round. It was Mooney's first bout since his arrival ...

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  48. Unexploded Shells.

    The salvage authorities now working on the battle fields of France are now using an invention by M. Zutton, a French scientist, which detects the resting-place of any ...

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  49. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Australian Agents-General in London have waited on the British Food Minister (Mr. Roberts) in regard to the releasing of Australian jams for re-export. ...

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  50. MALVERN MEMORIAL HALL.

    Sir,—Sir James Barrett does riot meet my main and real objections. We have a large number of municipalities in and about Melbourne, and I foresee that in the ...

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  52. British Food Prices.

    The general level of retail food prices in Great Britain on October I was 5 per cent. above that of September 1. ...

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  53. CYCLING.

    The Carlton Amateur Cyellne Club held 25 miles road race over the usual course on Saturday, at Footscray, which was won by R. Taylor (Smin. bandlcapl from T. judd (5min.) and Price (3min.). The ...

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  54. Von Ludendorff's Admissions.

    Lord Haig, who, was the British Commander in Chief in France; in acknowledging the freedom of Wolverhampton, said he was glad that the soldiers had not been ...

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  55. Appeal to Germany.

    The "Daily Express" publishes the text of a secret Note addressed to Germany (which has been published in Berlin), in which the Allies request Germany to assist ...

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  56. FATAL TRAM ACCIDENT.

    In attempting to cross sydney road. Brunswick on Saturday night an elderly man wns jtnick by a cable tramcar, and ailing heavily oq tho metalled roadway fractured his Hkuil. He waa taken to the ...

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  57. GEELONG DISTRICT FINAL.

    GEELONG.—The grand final for the premiership of thc Geelong and District League was ptaytod on Saturday between East and Weat Geeking. Tho resuit was:—East. 7 goaltt ti behinds (54 points); West, ...

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  58. TRAIN VICTIM STILL UNKNOWN.

    The police have been unable to establish the identity of a man who died in the Melbourne Hospital on Friday after belna run down by a train between Foot cray and the bridge over the Maribyrnong Rirer. ...

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  59. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    NUMURKAH.—In the final of the Goulburn Valley Assoctiation. [?] 4 goals 4 behinds beat Drumanure 2 goals 4 behinds. ...

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  60. RAILWAYS ASSOCIATION.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—[?] A. T. Sheldon and J. Mcwilliam have been appointed to represent the Bollnrnt branch of the Victorian Hallways Asnictation at the minmi conference which is to be ...

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