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  2. WORK AND WAGES.

    There is every indication that the dispute between shipowners and the Seamen's Union, which ia demanding increased stokehold manning on certain vessels, will ...

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  3. POLISH ADVANCE.

    The latest official reports on Tuesday afternoon estimated that out of 21 "Red" divisions m Poland six had been entirely destroyed, eight had lost SO per cent. of ...

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  4. MEDICAL CONGRESS.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—In connection with the meeting of the Australian branches of the British Medical Association Professor W. Osborne, professor of ...

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  5. SHORTER WORKING WEEK.

    In pursuance of his declared desire to investigate the application of the 44-hours' week to general industry, Mr. Justice Higgins was occupied in the Arbitration Court ...

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  6. IRISH PROBLEM.

    An Irish peace conference, which was opened at Dublin on Tuesday, was largely attended, the gathering including Irish peers and leading industrial ...

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  7. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    "Grievance Day" in the House of Representatives yesterday was taken advantage of to the full by members. Mr. Charlton (Cau., N.S.W.) hoped that the Minister ...

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  8. MINERS' STRIKE BALLOT.

    The ballot on the question of a strike by the coal-miners was begun on Wednesday, and is to conclude on Monday. A two-thirds majority for a strike is ragarded ...

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  9. THE SENATE.

    The bill to amend the War Service Homes Act was further considered in committee by the Senate yesterday. The sub-clause which required an applicant to make a ...

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  10. Rates in Iron Trades.

    The difficulty which has arisen in connection with the first review of wages in the iron trades, in accordance with the agreement reached between the Chamber of ...

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  11. MR. JUSTICE EWING.

    In the Senate yesterday Senator Elliott (Nat.) urged the appointment of another Royal commission to review the evidence taken by Mr. Justice Ewing in regard to ...

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  12. Labour Still Suspicious.

    Labour's Council of Action replying to the Note issued from Lu[?]erne by Mr. Lloyd George and Signor Giolitti, condemning the Soviet change of peace terms, declare that ...

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  13. Sunday Work on Railways.

    On behalfe of the Victorian Railways Union, Mr. W. Smith, general secretary, yesterday submitted a claim to the Railways Classification Board for double time for all ...

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  14. COAL MINING DISPUTE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The tribunal appointed to settle the coal miners' dispute continued its sittings to-day at the Commonwealth Bank offices. Mr. C. Hibble ...

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  15. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS.

    In the Senate yesterday the Minister for Defense (Senator Pearce) informed Senator Keating (Nat., Tas) that the war memorials in France erected in the name of the ...

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  16. Soviet Delegates Offended.

    The London "Daily Express" says that the Soviet delegates in England, M. Kameneff and M. Krassin, have applied for their passports, in consequence of the complaints ...

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  17. Letter Carriers' Wages.

    During the hearing of the claims of the Federal public servants in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court, before Mr. Justice Starke yesterday, Mr. W. J. Skewes, ...

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  18. Unrest in Middle East.

    A War Office communique issued on Wednesday, stated that the area north-east of Bagdad continues quiet, and that the Mosul and Bagdad areas are normal. No ...

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  19. WARS IN EUROPE.

    At a meeting of the Trades Hall Council last night a letter was read from Mr. P. Griffin, town clerk of the municipality of Junee (N. S. W.). It conveyed a motion that ...

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  20. Imprisoned Lord Mayor.

    Replying to an appeal by the sister of Alderman McSweeney, Lord Mayor of Cork, for his release from Brixton gaol, where he is "hunger striking," Mr. Lloyd George ...

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  21. WEATHER IMPROVING.

    The rainstorm which brought beneficial rains throughout central and eastern Australia has now passed eastward. A slight improvement in the weather took place ...

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  22. WOOL SALES IN LONDON.

    At the wool sales on Tuesday 11,157 bales were catalogued, including 3,249 bales of New Zealand wool. There was a crowded attendance of home, Continental, and ...

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  23. Dublin Police Loyal.

    The authorities at Dublin Castle deny that members of the constabulary were guilty of indiscipline, as was reported. It is explained that the constables held a ...

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  24. Waterside Workers Resume.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday. — After three days of idleness, the waterside workers resumed work on the Wellington water front to-day. Coal is being unloaded, ...

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  25. World Food Supply.

    The British Association is holding its 88th meeting this year at Cardiff, in Wales. Professor W. A. Herdman who is professor of oceanography in the University of ...

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  26. "STRANGLE INDUSTRY" SCHEME

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — The Trades Hall plot to strangle industry throughout the State was severely criticised at a meeting of the assembled council of the Institute ...

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  27. Murders by Expert Marksmen.

    It is believed that expert "gunmen" from Ameiica are responsible for many of the recent murders of police in Ireland, including the assossination of District-inspector ...

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  28. PARER'S FLIGHT.

    The Director of Air Services (Lieut Colonel Williams)) announced yesterday that Lieutenants Parer and McIntosh will land at the Flemington Racecourse at ...

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  29. OLYMPIC SWIMMING EVENTS

    In the final of the 100 metres (108 yards) swimming contest at the Olympic Games at Antwerp, won by Duke Ka[?]anamoku (America) in 60½sec., W. Herald (New ...

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  30. SOLDIER SETTLEMENT IN N.S.W.

    Mr. Marr (Nat., N.S.W.) asked in the House of Representatives yesterday whether it was true that the New South Wales Ministry had declined to settle any more ...

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  31. "On Our Selection."

    The well-known Australian comedy "On Our Selection" was extremely well received at the Lyrie Theatre, in London, on Tuesday by a typical London first-night ...

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  32. Market for Argentine Surplus.

    President Irigoyen, of Argentina, has recommended the enactment of a law to exempt wools from the operation of the export tax, and authorising the Governement ...

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  33. ENDOWMENT OF MOTHERHOOD.

    Professor Meredith Atkinson, who addressed the delegates and associates of the National Council of Women last night on the endowment of motherhood, said that ...

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  34. FAMILY'S TERRIBLE PLIGHT.

    Senior-constable Ryan, of Warburton, informed police headquarters at Russell street last evening that from a house surrounded by flood waters at Yarra Junction ...

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  35. Seized German Ships.

    The British Embassy has notified the State department at Washington that a claim for damages will be made against the United States Government, because of its ...

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  36. QUEENSLAND RAILWAY-MEN.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—The hearing of the application by the railways unions for the substitution of a new award for the old one, which has expired, and a decision ...

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  37. GENERAL CABLES.

    Pension payments to Canadian war veterans for the year ending August 31 will amount to 25,000,000 dollars (£5,000,000). Increases to be paid from Septmeber 1 will ...

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  38. WOODEN SHIPS.

    Mr. Mahony (Cau, N.S.W.) was informed by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) in the House of Representatives yesterday that the wooden ships Burnside and ...

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  39. INDIAN EVANGELIST.

    Seldom has St. Paul's Cathedral been so crowded as it was last night, when a united missionary gathering was addressed by Sadhu Sunday Singh, the Indian ...

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  40. POLLUTION OF SYDNEY HARBOUR

    The attention of the Minister for the Navy (Mr. Laird Smith) was directed by Mr. Marks (Nat., N.S.W.) in the House of Representatives yesterday to the continued ...

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  41. BRITISH RIFLE TEAM.

    At meeting of the executive committee of the Commonwealth council of the rifle associations of Australia yesterday the itinerary in connection with the ...

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  42. Japanese in America.

    According to a despatch from Tokio, received at Honolulu, leading citizens of Tokio have suggested to the Government the recall of all Japanese who have emigrated ...

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  43. LICENSING ESTATE AGENTS.

    The registration and licensing of all persons carrying on business as estate agents was advocated by representatives of the Estate Agents' Association, who ...

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  44. A "BLACK" GAZETTE.

    In the Northern Territory the Commonwealth official gazette is printed at the office of the "Northern Territory Times," and forms a part of that newspaper. The ...

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  45. COAL SHORTAGE.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) yesterday received the following message from the coal administrator (Commander Fearnley):— ...

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  46. CZECHO-SLOVAKIA.

    "I hope that we will be able to develop direct trade relations with the new nation of Czecho-Slovakia," said the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) last night. "Czecho-Slovakia ...

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  47. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Felton and Barry, who will on Saturday row on the Parramatta River for the sculling championship of the world, to-day did fast trials over ...

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  48. SOLDIERS' HOMES INQUIRY

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Arthur C. Brown, formerly employed as chief carpenter in connection with the erection of soldiers cottages, gave further evidence to-day ...

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  49. TERRITORY OFFICERS.

    The Minister for Home and Territories (Mr. Poynton) informed Mr. Moloney (Cau., N.S.W.) in the House of Re[?]esentatives yesterday, that Judge Bevan and ...

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  50. Snow Water in Mitta Mitta.

    TALLANGATTA, Thursday. — An inch and a quarter of rain in the past three days brought down some snow water from the ranges causing a moderate flood in the Mitta Mitta Riv which ...

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  51. MANNERS IN TRAINS.

    Sir,—I read "Vesta's" article on Wednesday with considerable surprise, and would be interested to learn on what lines she travels. My experience on the ...

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  52. COMPULSORY WHEAT POOL.

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — At to-day's sitting of the annual conference of the Farmers and Settlers' Association a motion in favour of continuance of the system of ...

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  53. FEDERAL MEMBERS SALARIES

    The conference of country bodies held in Melbourne last month in connection with the increase of members' salaries asked the Taxpayers' Association to send ...

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  54. PROFIT ON WOOL SALES.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) informed Mr. Fleming (Nat., N.S.W.),in the House of Representatives yesterday, that he could not yet give the House ...

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  55. CLERKS' WAGES BOARD.

    At a largely attended smoke social at the Manchester Unity Hall last night members of the Australian Clerical Association celebrated the recent success which that ...

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  56. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SURPLUS.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday. — The State revenue for the June quarter was £2,418,132, and the expenditure £1,805,039, showing increases of £266,161 and £165,838 on the ...

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  57. VANDALISM IN GARDENS.

    The increase in acts of vandalism in the parks and gardens vested in the City Council is giving concern to the committee controlling that department. The committee ...

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  58. NEW ZEALAND BUTTER

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.). Thursday. —The New Zealand butter committee is considering an offer by the Government to purchase next senson's exportable surplus to ...

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  59. AUSTRALIA AND AMERICA.

    When the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) announced that the Ministry proposed that Australia should have fuller representation in the United States, he said that the ...

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  61. S.A. PARLIAMENT.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—The debate on the motion for the adoption of the Addressin-Reply, and the no-confidence amendment bv the leader of the Opposition, was ...

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  62. HIGH TARIFF DEBATE.

    HOBART, Thursday. — For three days the House of Assembly has been debating a motion, labled by a private member, protesting against the high protective tariff ...

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