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  2. BRITISH LABOUR.

    The Minister for Labour (Sir R. S. Horne) moved the second reading of the Industrial Courts Bill in the House of Commons on Thursday. The bill establishes a ...

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  3. AFTERMATH OF WAR

    The following communique has been issued in Berlin:—"The Allies have notified Germany that in consequence of the ratification of the Peace Treaty a large number ...

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  4. RUSSIAN TANGLE

    The Australian Press Association learns that the North Russians in the Onega sector should be able to hold their present lines securely thronghout the winter. The ...

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  5. AMERICAN STRIKES.

    On the motion of the United States Department of Justice a Federal Court, sitting at Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana, has issued a mandamus ordering the officials ...

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  6. PRIME MINISTER RETURNS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) returned from Sydney on Saturday, and left the same afternoon for Adelaide. He is to speak in support of Mr. Archibald's ...

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  7. POULET'S GOOD PROGRESS.

    By special arrangement the Australian Press Association is receiving progress messages from the French aviator, Etienne Poulet, descriptive of his flight to ...

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  8. THE KING'S WISH.

    Amongst all classes warm sympathy was exhibited on Saturday with the suggestion of His Majesty the King, in his message to His Excellency the Governor-General, ...

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  9. BALLARAT.

    BALLARAT, Friday.—Major E. J. T. Kerby, the Nationalist candidate for Ballarat, addressed a meeting of ladies at the Mechanics' Institute, Mrs. E. A. Thomas ...

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  10. AUSTRALIA'S REPLY.

    His Excellency the Governor-General on Saturday sent the following cable message to His Majesty the King regarding the celebration of the anniversary of armistice ...

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  11. THE "DOOMED CITY."

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, the famous war correspondent, in a message from Vienna, tells a tragic story of life in the capital, which he describes as "a doomed city." He says ...

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  12. British Arrangements.

    The Home Secretary (Mr. Shortt) announces that maroons will be fired in London and in the provincial cities at ll o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, the ...

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  13. ROUTE FROM DARWIN SURVEYED

    Should any aviator succeed in reaching Darwin from Great Britain, the journey across Australia will be made comparatively easy for him. The route from Darwin to ...

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  14. BOURKE.

    Sergeant Tracy, the selected candidate of the National Labour party, addressed a meeting in the Brunswick Town Hall on Friday night. There was a moderate ...

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  15. FUTURE OF CHINA.

    It is understood that the American Department of State has informed Great Britain and France that it is unable to allow of the exclusion of Manchuria and ...

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  16. "Fight the Famine."

    Lord Parmoor (formerly Mr. Cripps, K.C., M.P.) said, in presiding at a public meeting under the auspices of the Fight the Famine Council, that it aimed at ...

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  17. IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS.

    A complimentary smoke night under the auspices of the Irish National Foresters' Benefit Society was given in the Manchester Unity Hall, Swanston street, on Saturday ...

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  18. Mr. Hughes at Adelaide.

    ADELAIDE. Sunday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) arrived in Adelaide today, and was met by the Minister for Home and Territories (Mr. Glyan), Mr. ...

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  19. ARCHBISHOP MANNIX.

    Archbishop Mannix, in opening a garden fete in the grounds of the Presentation Convent,,Windsor, on Saturday afternoon, said he had been busy during the week with ...

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  20. No Trade With Germany.

    The textile section of the London Chamber of Commerce has agreed to a motion declaring against trading with enemy countries until the Government has declared ...

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  21. CORANGAMITE.

    WINCHELSEA, Saturday.—Mr. Allan McDonald, the Nationalist candidate for Corangamite, addressed a large gathering of electors in the Shire Hall, Winchelsea. ...

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  22. PERSIA DISTURBED.

    Reports are reaching India that since the British withdrawal from the region between the Black Sea and the Caspian brigandage and disorder are rife again in ...

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  23. BRITISH MEAT TRADE.

    Replying to the recent speech by Mr. McCurdy, Parliamentary secretary of the Food Ministry, advocating the continuance of meat control, the British Incorporated ...

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  24. Profits in Cotton.

    The year's profit of J. and P. Coats was £3,899,388, after payment of the excess profits. The ordinary shares received a dividend of 40 per cent. The sum of ...

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  25. GENERAL CABLES.

    Dr. Gilruth, formerly Administrator of the Northern Territory, who is now in England on leave, is to leave for Australia on Tuesday. He will visit Texas en route, ...

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  26. How Felton Won.

    The "All Sports' Weekly" publishes an interview with Felton, the Australian sculler, who defeated Barry. Felton said that whon he enlisted he had no intention of ...

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  27. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The United States Senate on Friday adopted the first clause of the Peace Treaty. The reservations as drawn up by the Foreign Relations Committee, requiring ...

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  28. Four Candidates for Corio.

    GEELONG, Sunday.—In addition to Mr. J. H. Lister, the retiring member, Mr. A. L. N. Walter (Farmers' Union) and Mr. A. T. Ozanne (Caucus Labour), Mr. ...

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  29. Prince of Wales at Ottawa.

    The Prince of Wales visited the Parliament at Ottawa, and the senators and members of the House of Commons were presented to him. The Prince requested ...

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  30. IRISH CONVENTION.

    Sir,—I was pleased to read the straightforward letters in "The Argus" to-day regarding the Irish Convention, and am completely in accord with the views expressed ...

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  31. Disorder at Cairns.

    CAIRNS, Friday.—One of the most rowdy meetings held in Cairns took place last night, when Mr. Bamford, the Nationalist candidate for Herbert, opened his ...

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  32. FATHER O'DONNELL.

    Father O'Donnell has informed the Australian Press Association that he has sent the following cable messnge to the Prime Minister of Australia (Mr. Hughes): ...

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  33. OFFICIAL HISTORIAN.

    The "Daily Express" says that the British Cabinet has approved of the dismissal by the Committee of Imperial Defence, of Mr. J. W. Fortescue from the position of official ...

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  34. SYDNEY TO BROKEN HILL FLIGHT

    BROKEN HILL (N.S.W.), Sunday.— Flight-Lieutenant Pickles, who is engaged on an aerial survey of the route from Sydney to Broken Hill, arrived at Broken ...

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  35. 52,000 Guineas for Romney.

    The Duke of Hamilton's family pictures have been sold at Christie's, London. Romney's portrait of the Beckford children sold for 52,000 guineas, which constitutes a ...

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  36. SENATE CAMPAIGN.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.— The Farmers' Union candidates for the Senate, Messrs. R. B. Rees, E. Rescigh, and T. Paterson, opened their campaign at Eaglehawk on Saturday ...

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  37. British Finances.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Chamberlain), speaking at the Guildhall, predicted a redistribution of taxes. He favoured the abolition of the excess profits ...

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  38. DEVELOPMENTAL ROADS.

    Sir,—Landholders interested in the Upper Merriman's Creek road are anxiously awaiting the board's promised visit of inspection. Anyone can understand the difficulty ...

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  39. Labour Conference.

    Austria, though interested in the matters to be discussed, has refused to send delegates to the International Labour Conference now sitting in Washington. ...

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  40. THREE MINERS ENTOMBED.

    PERTH, Friday. — A message received from Westonia states that three miners. Charles Greig, John Ivery, and Harry Vockdale, were entombed by a fall of ...

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  41. MR. RYAN'S BAD EXAMPLE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Sir Joseph Cook, addressing an open-air meeting at Granville on Saturday night, referred to the statements made on the public platform by Mr. ...

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  42. Spain and Great Britain.

    The Spanish Premier (Count Romanones) urged in a speech in Madrid on Friday that there should be a treaty between Great Britain, France, and Spain which would ...

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  43. Lord Jellicoe's Mission.

    Replying to Commander Curzon (Coalition unionist) in the House of Commons, the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Walter Long) said that Lord Jellicoe was ...

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  44. From Big Guns to Fishhooks.

    Reports from Geneva state that Krupp's are converting their plant at Essen into machinery for manufacturing cutlery, photographic apparatus, and fishhooks. ...

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  45. SOUTH GIPPSLAND METHODISTS.

    YARRAM. Saturday.—The first meeting of this newly constituted district was held at Korumburra on November 4 and 5, under the chairmanship of Rev. H. Stiles Heath, B.A., Rev. R. L. Reed ...

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  46. THE SPARROW PEST.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—It has been decided by the district council of the Farmers' Union to bring under the notice of the branches the necessity for taking ...

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  47. "NO BOOTS" CAMPAIGN.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—The "no-boots" campaign is extending steadily, and many bootless and stockingless children are now attending the various schools. ...

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  48. ANZAC BUFFET.

    Sir,—In closing the Anzac Buffet we should like to take the opportunity of thanking the "diggers" who have visited us since we opened in 1915 for their ...

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  49. UNLAWFUL WEARING OF UNIFORM.

    Leslie Bentley appeared on remand before Mr. E. Notley Moore. P.M.. in the District Court on Friday on charges of having unl represented himself to be uniform at Klemington Racecourse and having. ...

    Article : 57 words
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