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  2. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    MALDON, Inday —The Prime Muustoi (Mi Hughes) finished a week of strenuous campaigning in his electorate bj address ing a weli attended meeting at Maldon ...

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  3. CARPENTIER WINS.

    The much discussed boxing contest between Georges Carpenter (France) and Joe Beckett (Lnglnnd) to decido who shall meet "Jack" Dempsey (U.S.A) for the world's ...

    Article : 212 words
  4. DEFIANT MEXICO.

    In the Sennte on Thursday Senator King (Democrat) introduced a motion empowering the President to Ube the army and navy to enforce payment from Mexico of the ...

    Article : 248 words
  5. GASWORKERS ON STRIKE

    Revolting against a decision of the Arbitration Court, about 900 gas employees in Melbourne left work at noon yesterday The metropolitan area is now threatened ...

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  6. CAMPAIGN NOTES.

    Every nationalist vote will be waneted next saturday This fact cannot be too frequently emphaised Meanwhile every Nationalist who ...

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  7. SINGAPORE REACHED.

    Captain Boss Smitli arrived in his Vickers-Vimy ncroplonc at Singapore on Thursday afternoon, having left Singorn, where he broke the 050 miles journey ...

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  8. FARMERS AND REFERENDUM.

    When the Prime Minister (Mr Hughes) delivered his policy speech at Bendigo, cor tain questions put to lum, on bcluUf of tlie Farmers' Union, relating to the referen ...

    Article : 318 words
  9. U.S.A. AND TREATY

    Senator Henry Cabot Lodge (Republican Floor Leader in the Senate), in a statement to the Washington correspondent of the "New York Times," said that the ...

    Article : 209 words
  10. POULET'S BAD LUCK.

    Etienne Poulct's bad luck contnues. ne left Rangoon for Singapore for the second time at 0.15 a.m. yesterday, flying duc cast. He was cheered by large crowds. After ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. RIOTS IN ROME.

    The Italian Chamber of Deputies opened on Monday without any serious display of disorder King Victor Emmanuel, on entering the Chamber, was loudly cheered, ...

    Article : 176 words
  12. MR. THEODORE AS CRITIC.

    CAIRNS (Q).Thursday — The Premier (Mi theodore) speaking at Babinds last night said that the sugar policy of the Commonwealth was dictated by the ...

    Article : 432 words
  13. New Competitor.

    Captain C II 0 Howell D S O MC DlC of Sydney who hopes to pilot a Marty nsidc aeroplane to Australia left Hounslow (near London) ni W minutes ...

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  14. Outrages by Egyptians.

    British soldiers in Cairo are a state of wild indignation at the frequency of shooting occurrences which are taking place after darkness sets sets in. Thirteen of such ...

    Article : 114 words
  15. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    A meeting nt Brussels of associations for promoting the work of the League of Nations was attended hy delegates from nil nations except America and the ...

    Article : 144 words
  16. To the Pole by Air.

    The Blackburn Aviation Company is constructing a single engincd biplane, entirely different from the "Kangaroo" type m which Captain Wilkins is (flying to Australia, to ...

    Article : 300 words
  17. PREMIER APPROACHED.

    According to a statement made by the Premiet (Mr. Lawson) before he left for Murtoa last night, there is no chance of the Ministry interventing, at the present ...

    Article : 257 words
  18. FUTURE OF TERRITORY.

    DARWIN, Friday—Disdaining all precedent the Acting Administrator (Mr. Staniforth Smith) addressed an open air gathering of about 500 people in the square ...

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  19. Whining Germany.

    The Allies have sharply replied to Germany's complaints of Trance's bad faith over the repatriation of prisoners They point out that Germany, by her action, ...

    Article : 204 words
  20. DRIFTING RUSSIA.

    The agent of one of the greatest rural proprietor, in 'outli Russia who is visit ing Pans states that the whole country is in a state ot incredible disorder ...

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  21. MR. WATT AND MR. N. R. WORRALL.

    Sir,—Personally I am a warm admirer of Mr Watt, but am not on the present occasion advocating his interests, which, I trust, do not need further support on my ...

    Article : 217 words
  22. FATHER O'DONNELL'S CASE

    The case of Father O' Donnell has been referred to in the House of Commons. On Monday Mr. Devlin (Nationalist) asked Mr. H. W. Forster (Parliamentary ...

    Article : 429 words
  23. SUPPLIES OF GAS.

    It is understood that the quantity of gas in the metropolitan gasholder is suflicient to maintain normal services for about 48 hours. With the exercise of care ...

    Article : 409 words
  24. Emigration to Dominions.

    The British Government has decided to grant free passages to ex-service-man from India or other extra European stations to tho Dominions, under the overseas settle ...

    Article : 86 words
  25. UNION'S POSITION.

    The following Statement was made last night on behalf of the Gas Employees' Union by the secretary (Mr. C. Crofts):- "The union issued a log in 1916, with wages ...

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  26. MR. W. C. HILL AND MILLERS.

    Sir,—With reference to my letter of No v cmbet 21 reply mg to statements made by Mr W C Hill in a speech delivered by lum at Warrtckiinbe ii I notice that notwitli ...

    Article : 422 words
  27. JAPAN AND CHINA.

    Advices reaching Tokio from Peking state that Japanese marines landed ni Foochow. They paraded in the Japanese concession, and endeavoured without success to enter ...

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  28. Financial Boom in Britain.

    There is a most striking revival of financial netivity in Great Britain, where flotations during the past month exceed £37,000,000 The new capital subscribed ...

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  29. "CURSE OF SECTARIANISM."

    "I have now got to that stage at which 1 go with nil the moie pleasure to any function ut winch i do not expect lo lime to speuk,' saul Dr Munni nt the conclu ...

    Article : 530 words
  30. Prince of Wales Returns.

    Heavv rain marred the splendour ot the Prince of Wales' reception nt Portsmouth and I ondon on his return from his visit to Cunda and the Lnitcd States ...

    Article : 121 words
  31. GENERAL CABLES.

    The speculation that pi evaded m London ns to why British destiovers escorted two Kiel tugs with C.eimim nav ni officers on board to Dover, where they were strongly ...

    Article : 338 words
  32. State Liquor Control.

    The bioad result of the expcnment of the British Liquor Control Board in purchas nig and tmi-forming the hotels of Cal lisle (where u huge munitions area wa ...

    Article : 95 words
  33. Greek Conspirators.

    Twenty nine conspiiators have been ar rested at Athens for plotting to kill M Vcni7clos (Premier of Greece), to sci/o tlic Ministries of War and Munno, to toi rorisc ...

    Article : 63 words
  34. Von Mackensen Set Free.

    Tield Marshal von Maekcnscti, who han long been n prisonet of Hie Allies at salonika, has been liberated, and is return ing to Geman} ...

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  35. CASE FOR THE COMPANIES.

    The Melbourne gas companies yesterday issued the following official statement of the venta lending up to the strike- Members of the Victorian branch of the ...

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  36. WAR GRATUITY BONDS.

    The Melbourne Chamber of Commerce is calling a meeting of the emploi ers of Mel bourne to consider the question of cashing wai gratuit} bonds Hie meeting will bo ...

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  37. PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION.

    Sir,—Will you permit mc to respectfully nsk the lince Notionalist candidates for the Senate for n public statement of tlieir views on the subject of proportional representa ...

    Article : 90 words
  38. U-Boats to be "Scrapped."

    The Allied Supreme Council lins decided to scrap nil the Geman submarinos except ten, which will be handed over lo France. ...

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  39. SEVERE STORM AT CLONCURRY.

    CiiONCCKltV (Q), Thursday-As a te suit of a seveio storm yesterday, 100 sheets| of iron were wrenched fiom the ruilwuy station buildings J'hc Triangle Hotel w is, ...

    Article : 93 words
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  42. CARNIVAL AT CANTERBURY.

    The Canterbury Gardens prosented an unwonted scene of glaety yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. W. M. Hughes opened a carnival in aid of the scholarship funds for the local State school. Mrs. ...

    Article : 81 words
  43. To-day's Meetings.

    Announooments regarding Meetings arranged for to-day appear on paget 28-29. ___. ...

    Article : 13 words
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