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  2. SECOND EDITION. 2.30 a.m.

    News has reached Paris that the French airman, Etienne Poulet, who is flying from Paris to Melbourne, has left Valona, on the eastern shore of the Adriatic, and is ...

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  3. HIGH PRICES.

    Recently the representatives of ninetyseven trade unions registered under the Commonwealth Arbitration Act, whose headquarters are in Melbourne, made a ...

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  4. FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA.

    Captain G. C. Matthews and Sergeant T. D. Kay, of Australia, who are attempting to fly from London to Australia in a Sop-with aeroplane, are delayed by a fog at ...

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  5. U.S.A. AND PEACE TREATY

    The United States Senate, by a majority of 40 votes to 38, defeated the amendment moved by Senator Johnson (Republiccan), proposing to increase the voting ...

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  6. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    A vast amount of ground will be covered by the policy speech to be delivered at Bendigo to-morrow evening by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes). ...

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  7. MR. RYAN OPENS CAMPAIGN.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr, J. T. Ryan's campaign in the West Sydney. Federal electorate was opened to-night. Mr. Ryan, who met with a good reception, said:—"The ...

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  8. AIRSHIP LOSSES.

    The Air Ministry has appointed a commission to inquire into deaths of airmen which have occurred on the England to Egypt air route. ...

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  9. U.S.A. MINERS' THREAT.

    President Wilson has issued a statement solemnly requesting the mine-workers to recall all orders to strike. "I feel it a public duty to declare," adds ...

    Article : 216 words
  10. Reply to Mr. Hughes.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. T. J. Ryan, director of the Federal Labour campaign, has supplied the following statement in reply to the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes): ...

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  11. PROTESTANT FEDERATION.

    Sir,—There are dozens, if not hundreds, who would be glad, like "Welsh," to join the Protestant Federation. I think it time that an organiser was sent round ...

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  12. Japan and Siberia.

    The Peking correspondent of the "New York Times" reports that the movements of General Seminoff with 2,000 Cossacks in Manchuria has resulted in an order from ...

    Article : 71 words
  13. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    At 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon the transcontinental train from Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta was at Kitchener, about 200 miles east of Kalgoorlie. When the time ...

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  14. ANTI-BOLSHEVIK CAMPAIGN

    M. Trotsky, the Bolshevik Foreign Commissary, has addressed to the Bolshevik troops a "Message of Hate," directed against the British. In this he says:—"The ...

    Article : 211 words
  15. Shipbuilding Industry.

    Lloyd's annual "Review of Shipping" states that at the end of June the shipping tonnage building was the largest ever recorded, amounting to 4,766,623 tons, of ...

    Article : 127 words
  16. Plebiscites in Germany.

    In order to falsify the voting at the plebiscites to be taken in Schleswig and Holstein, to decide the future of those German provinces, the Germans are ...

    Article : 96 words
  17. THE SENATE.

    The selection of three candidates to contest the Senate elections in the interests of the National party was made yesterday, and resulted as follows:—Senator E. J. ...

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  18. Referendum Proposals

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—In the House of Assembly to-day, Mr. Robinson asked whether the Government would advocate that larger powers should be transferred from ...

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  19. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The sculling match for the world's championship between Alfred Felton, of Sydney (challenger), and Ernest Barry, of London (holder), took place on the Thames on ...

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  20. BILL IN ASSEMBLY.

    Nationalist members criticised the provisions of the Necessary Commodities Control Bill when the debate on the second reading of the measure was resumed in the ...

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  21. Is Caillaux Guilty?

    The "Berliner Tageblatt" says that several German statesmen will ask to be heard at the forthcoming trial in Paris of Caillaux, the ex-Prime Minister, who is ...

    Article : 82 words
  22. Profits from State-Owned Ships.

    The London "Daily Express" says that the Ministry of Shipping's revised estimates showed an estimated deficiency in the current financial year of £1,500,000. ...

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  23. MR. BOYD ON ECONOMY.

    Unity in the National party at the Federal elections was strongly urged by speakers at a meeting under the auspices of the four district branches of the Austrian ...

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  24. American Seized in Mexico.

    The State department of the United States has sent a Note to Mexico demanding that the Mexican Government shall bring about the immediate release of the ...

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  25. Sinn Feiners Escape.

    Six Sinn Feiners, including Messrs. Beasley and Stack, M.P.'s, have escaped from the Strangways gaol, Manchester. A confederate threw a rope ladder over a wall. ...

    Article : 44 words
  26. Anti-Bolshevik Advance.

    The "Echo de Paris" confirms the report that General Denikin's anti-Bolshevik army has captured Kieff, the capital of the Ukrainian Republic, in Southern ...

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  27. Cotton Industry Boom.

    The boom in the cotton industry in Lancashire continues. Combines are buying up companies at thriee their original capitalisation. One combine commands a capital ...

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  28. German Railway Tragedy.

    Berlin reports that a passenger train collided with a goods train at Kranowitz, in Prussian Silesia. Some of the carriages and trucks caught ...

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  29. German Aggressiveness.

    It is reported from Paris that Germany has sent many thousands of troops and many machine-guns to Flensburg, Schieswig-Holstein, under the pretext of ...

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  30. Sinn Fein Methods.

    An unknown man fired at and severely wounded the Rev. Edward Foy, a leading Orangeman and incumbent of the Lisnadill parish, in Ireland. ...

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  31. Social Unrest After War.

    Lord Burnham (principal proprietor of the London "Daily Telegraph"), presiding at a congress of salaried workers representing numerous associations, declared that the ...

    Article : 89 words
  32. Wrongly Reported Dead.

    It is announced from Tokio that Count Terouchi, the ex-Prime Minister, whose death was officially reported last week, regained consciousness after a camphor ...

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  33. Glasgow Election Melee.

    The election to the rectorship of Glasgow University resulted thus:—Mr. Bonar Law 1,073 votes, Mr. Gilbert Murray 726 votes, Mr. Bertrand Russell (Socialist) 80 votes. ...

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  34. Prince of Wales.

    In answer to an inquiry whether the abandonment of the visit of the Prince of Wales to. America would affect the projected tour of His Royal Highness to ...

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  35. America Cup.

    Sir Thomas Lipton has sailed for America in connection with the America Cup contest in which his yacht will compete as challenger. ...

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  36. WAR GRATUITY.

    A session of the federal executive council of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' imperial League was commenced in Melbourne yesterday. In addition to the ...

    Article : 136 words
  37. Prohibition in America.

    President Wilson has exercised his power of veto in regard to the bill which provides federal machinery for the enforcement of the Prohibition Law. ...

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  38. DROUGHT IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—In the Legislative Council to-night Sir Joseph Carruthers commented gloomily on the state into which the agricultural industry had fallen ...

    Article : 111 words
  39. WEEK-END FATALITIES.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Three week-end,fatalities have been reported. Thomas Cooper, aged 28 years, was swimming at Scarborough beach, and got out of his depth. A relative ...

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  40. QUEENSLAND PARTIES.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Bolshevism is largely a matter of latitude in Australia. The tendencies to violence and revolution known under that name show a ...

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  41. Father O'Donnell's Case.

    The Rev. Father O'Donnell, chaplain of the A.I.F., whose arrest in Dublin has aroused much interest, was brought to London on Monday and conveyed to the ...

    Article : 58 words
  42. Emigrants from Britain.

    The British Government is accepting applications for free third-class passages from ex-service men and women and their dependants who are going to definite employment ...

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  43. PREFERENCE TO CHILDREN.

    Sir,—May I endorse your correspondent's remarks in reference to landlords refusing a roof to people with children—the State's greatest asset. A friend, living in the ...

    Article : 252 words
  44. British Railways.

    Sir Guy Granet, a former managing director of the Midland Railways in England, is visiting America. When interviewed at New York he said ...

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  45. SOLDIERS' WIDOWS.

    Sir,—I was interested to read "Soldier's Widow's" letter and others relating to war gratuity. If returned soldiers are to be entitled to a war gratuity, should not ...

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  46. INFLUENZA IN THE WEST.

    A report by the Health department of Western Australia regarding the recent influenza epidemic in that State shows:- Number of cases reported, 4,981; number of ...

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  47. International Trade.

    The International Trade Conference, which is meeting at Atlantic City (U.S.A.), decided to appoint a committee to co-operate with the Economic Council of the ...

    Article : 39 words
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  49. BOY MISSING.

    Sir,—In connection with the advertisement in "The Argus" to-day of a boy missing from his home in Elsternwick—the fear of a school punishment being assigned as ...

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  50. V.R.U. AND REFERENDUM BILL.

    The officers' division of the Victorian Railways Union yesterday resolved- "That this meeting of railway officers views with intense indignation Mr. Hughes's act of ...

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