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  2. SOLDIER TRAINEES.

    Plain speaking characterised an interview between representatives of the Repatriation committee and citizens of Ballarat and the Minister for Repatriation ...

    Article : 1,125 words
  3. "WILLY" TO "NICKY."

    The London "Morning Post" is reproducing from day to day the letters from the ex-Kaiser to the ex-Czar between 1894 and 1914, and the Australian Press ...

    Article : 763 words
  4. MARINE ENGINEERS' STRIKE.

    By a majority of 40 the aggregate vote of the branches of the Marine Engineers' Institute in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland resulted in ...

    Article : 856 words
  5. NEW FRENCH MINISTRY.

    A Ministerial declaration by M. Millerand, the new Premier of France, was read onon Thursday afternoon in the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. In this it was ...

    Article : 345 words
  6. RUSSIAN FIGHTING.

    The British War Office announced on Thursday night that the extreme right of the Caucasus army—the Bolsheviks' column—which entered Kislyar, was ...

    Article : 971 words
  7. LIFE IN SMALL HOUSES.

    Several housewives, a trained nurse, and Dr. Harvey Sutton of the Education department gave evidence on the housing problem before the Basic Wage ...

    Article : 1,398 words
  8. HOLLAND AND EX-KAISER

    News has reached Washington that Holland has definitely refused to surrender the ex-Kaiser for trial by the Allies. The Allied Supreme Council has adopted ...

    Article : 202 words
  9. THE WOOL CLIP.

    The reticence observed in connection with the conferences between woolgrowers and other paiticipants in that trade has given rise to much comment, some of which ...

    Article : 1,172 words
  10. GENERAL BIRDWOOD.

    With a kindly word for all, and a long chat for many whose battalion colours conjured up old memories. General Sir W. R. Birdwood visited the patients at Mont ...

    Article : 1,487 words
  11. Profits on Wool.

    Addressing a public meeting at Bradford on Tuesday, Mr. H. J. Mackinder, M.P., member of the Advisory Council to the Ministry of Reconstruction and of ...

    Article : 178 words
  12. BRITISH FLEET TO HELP.

    The "Daily Express" Paris correspondent on Tuesday said that Admiral Earl Beatty, Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, and Mr. Churchill (Minister for War) took ...

    Article : 209 words
  13. Unemployment Insurance.

    The British Government actuary estimates that the unemployed insurance will apply to 79,970 persons, who will contribute annually £4,217,000, while employers will ...

    Article : 47 words
  14. Mr. Asquith May Seek Election

    Mr. Asquith (the former Prime Minister), who was defeated for East Fife at the general election in 1918, has intimated his willingness to contwst the by-election for ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. ABNORMAL RAILWAY TRAFFIC

    During the past eight months the traffic on the Victorian railways has increased by over 28 per cent. Only a small portion of this increase is due to natural expansion; ...

    Article : 570 words
  16. SUGAR SHORTAGE.

    Ordinarly the State sugar factory at Maffra supplies East Gippsland with sugar, but there are now only three tons at the factory, and the Director of Agriculture ...

    Article : 475 words
  17. A.I.F. SAVED AMIENS.

    GEELONG, Friday.—Major-General Sir Charles Rosenthal, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., who spent his early boyhood in Geelong, and was identified with the Geelong ...

    Article : 323 words
  18. SOLDIERS' LEAGUE.

    The Federal executive of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League has during its present sittings given full consideration to the league's policy, which was ...

    Article : 520 words
  19. AUSTRALIAN FLEET.

    On account of the forthcoming visit of H.R.H, the Prince of Wales and the necessity for H.M.A.S. Australia to be ready for service on that occasion, it has been ...

    Article : 145 words
  20. N.S.W. TRAWLER INDUSTRY.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The report of the inquiry recently made into the State Trawling industry was made avaiable to-day. While the Royal commissioner makes a ...

    Article : 252 words
  21. AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Speaking to-night at the annual dinner of the Australian Natives' Association the Home Secretary (Mr. McCormack) said that one of the ...

    Article : 180 words
  22. HORSE KILLING FIEND.

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—The long list of outrages committed by the horse-killer was increased last night by the slaughtering of a valuable chestnut pony near Glenolg. ...

    Article : 100 words
  23. WHEAT FOR N.S.W.

    A request has been forwarded to Victoria by the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Holman) that the supplies of wheat from Victoria should be expedited, as the ...

    Article : 161 words
  24. ST. PATRICK'S DAY PROCESSION.

    At a public meeting held on Thursday in connection with the Flemington and Kensington branch of the Victorian Protestant Federation, the following resolution ...

    Article : 99 words
  25. ACCOUNTANCY EXAMINATIONS.

    With reference to the complaints made by a correspondents in "The Argus" of yesterday of the delay in publishing results of the November examinations of the ...

    Article : 102 words
  26. PRICES OF COTTON GOODS.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.—Mr. S. H. Burgess, a member of the cotton-spinning firm of Burgess, Tedward, and Co., of Manchester, who is in Auckland, denied ...

    Article : 148 words
  27. ECONOMY CAMPAIGN.

    The country case for economy was staten at a meeting of representative Bendigo citizens, held in Bendigo on Wednesday night. The evil of centralisation was ...

    Article : 180 words
  28. PICKPOCKET USES KNIFE.

    According to the story relatd to the detectives last night by Clarence Lloyd Sheppard, a labourer, who resides at 47 Droop street, Footscray, a pickpocket resorted to ...

    Article : 97 words
  29. FARM WORKERS' BUREAU.

    WERRIBEE.—Complaints have been made by farmers of the varying rates of wages demanded by farm workers during last harvesting and threshing seasons. At ...

    Article : 107 words
  30. BAY EXCURSIONS.

    P.S. Weeroona will leave Port Melbourne railway pier to-day at 2 p.m. for Queensliff, Sorrento, and Dromana, to-morrow (Sunday) at 10 minutes past 11 a.m. for Queenscliff and Sorrento, ...

    Article : 167 words
  31. ENTERTAINMENTS.

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  32. MONSOONS IN THE NORTH.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—The great tropical storm which brought splendid rains has now ceased to affect Queensland. The centre of a new monsoonal depression is between Daly ...

    Article : 64 words
  33. YACHTING.

    To-day the annual race from Williamstown to Geelong will be sailed. It is held in connection with the Geelong annual regatta, which will take place on Monday. There has been the fine entry ...

    Article : 98 words
  34. BURGLARY AT AUBURN.

    Between 2 o'clock and a quarter to 11 p.m. on January 21 The home of Mrs. Emily Frances-Hall, at [?] A[?] grove [?] was broken into, and clothign, table [?] and [?] to the value of ...

    Article : 99 words
  35. SIR ROSS SMITH'S AEROPLANE.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Repairs to the engine of Captain Sir Robb Smith's aeroplane are nearing completion, and it is expected that a bench test of the engine with ...

    Article : 74 words
  36. THEFT OF JEWELLERY.

    It has been reported to the police by Mr. Lionel Richard Butler, that while travelling between Fremantle and Melbourne by the [?] [?] [?] jewellery to the value of £25 was stolen from the ...

    Article : 63 words
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  38. BITTEN BY SNAKE.

    TERANG, Thursday.—While taking a rabbit from a barrow on Wednesday, Mr. W. J. Gleeson, of Framlingham, was bitten on the hand by a snake. After killing the snake he applied ...

    Article : 49 words
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