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  2. MOUNT MORGAN CRISIS.

    Mr. W. G. Higgs, member of the House of Representatives for Capricornia, of whose electorate Mount Morgan forms a part, telegraphed to the mayor of Mount ...

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  3. SPORTING CABLES.

    The Manchester Whitsuntide meeting was continued to-day, when the principal race of the meeting, the Manchester Cup[?] was decided. It resulted as follows:— ...

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  4. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    The Prime Minister (General Smuts), in a statement in the House of Assembly regarding the Imperial Conference of Prime Ministers, said that he proposed to take ...

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  5. AMBASSADOR REBUKED.

    The correspondent of the "New York Evening World" at Washington states that President Harding and the Secretary of State (Mr. C. E. Hughes) are embarrassed ...

    Article : 322 words
  6. SILESIAN CRISIS.

    The British Foreing Office has received a note from the Premier of France (M. Briand) cordially agreeing to the proposed meeting of the Supreme Council at ...

    Article : 121 words
  7. IRELAND'S TROUBLES.

    Through Cardinal Logue, Archibishop of Armagh, the Pope has sent 200,000 lire (normally £8,000) for the relief of distress in Ireland. ...

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  8. AUSTRALIANS AT LORD'S.

    In the brilliant sunshine Lord's presented a fine sight with its thoursands of peopel all eager to see the Australians play against the Marylebone eleven to-day. As was ...

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  9. A THRILLING STRUGGLE.

    A game full of sensational events and illustrating all the finest points in football, was played at Prince's Oval, Carlton, on Saturday, and witnesses by a very ...

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  10. LENIN'S BROADER VIEWS.

    A sharp disagreement took place between the Bolshevik Prime Minister (M. Lenin) and the Bolshevik Minister for War (M. Trotsky) at a meeting of the Soviet ...

    Article : 154 words
  11. INDIAN LEADERS.

    Indina contemporary reports state that the extremist leader Gandhi conferred with the Viceroy (the Earl of Reading) alone, and fully explained the causes of the ...

    Article : 528 words
  12. British Coal Strike.

    There is no sign yet of an end of the coal strike. An officer of the Coal Owners' Association denies, that the owners have suggested any new scheme for the ...

    Article : 255 words
  13. Huge Mennonite Colony.

    Advices from Swift Current, Saskatchewan, state that a Mennonite colony, numbering 80,000 persons, has completed arrangements to move from Canada to land ...

    Article : 257 words
  14. MOTOR-CYCLE STRIKES POLE.

    When a motor-cycle crashed into a pole near the junction of Crockford street, Port Melbourne, and City road, South Melbourne, it a quarter-past 4 o'clock on ...

    Article : 519 words
  15. Trials of War Criminals.

    The Solicitor-General (Sir Ernest Pollock, K.C.) and [?]0 witnesses have left for Leipzig, to present evidence, at the trial of war criminals. It is expected that the trial ...

    Article : 36 words
  16. "Big Bertha's" Shells.

    A commission which has investigated the damages caused during the war to Paris and the neighbourhood by aerial raids and bombardments by "Big Herthas," has ...

    Article : 42 words
  17. Constantine Unpopular.

    The Turks are expecting that the Greek offensive to be undertaken shortly in Asia Minor will decide definitely the diplomatic and military domination of the country ...

    Article : 70 words
  18. New Board of Works Loan.

    The prospectus has been issued of a conversion loan offered by the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works. The amount of the loan is £1,140,000. It bears interest ...

    Article : 110 words
  19. GENERAL CABLES.

    The s.s. Osterley, which has been delayed owing to the stewards' strike, has obtained a full complement of stewards, and will leave London for Australia on May 25. ...

    Article : 244 words
  20. Wall Street Explosion.

    An Italian truckman named Giuseppe de Filipo has been arrested and formally charged with complicity in the explosion in Wall stteet, New York, in Septemebr last[?] ...

    Article : 97 words
  21. Serum for Consumption.

    Eight British specialists, including Sir Harry Bruce-Porter, have visited Geneva to investigate Dr. Spahlinger's laboratory. They examined every stage of the ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. QUEENSLAND FINANCE.

    At a conference held in Brisbane on Friday between representatives of between 40 and 50 unions and a number of members of Parliament, including the Premier (Mr. ...

    Article : 201 words
  23. Australian Wheat.

    C.i.f. prices of Australian wheat have been increased to 76/ for f.a.q., 71/ for "A" grade, and 65/ for "B" grade. ...

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  24. Adoption of Children.

    The departmental committee which has been inquiring into the adoption of children recommends the passage of an act giving legal recognition to the practice of ...

    Article : 129 words
  25. DISCOVERY IN TRAIN.

    When the train from Melbourne arrived at Dandenong on Friday night railway officials found an unconscious man lying on the platform of the observation car. The ...

    Article : 169 words
  26. POLICE NEWS.

    In the Fitzroy Court on Friday, before Messrs. J. Grigg (chairman), J. L. Spadden, and J. Hardy[?] J.P.'s and old [?]oman named Reading appeared on two charges. viz., being in unlawful po[?]ion of ...

    Article : 467 words
  27. IMMIGRATION.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—It is officially stated on behalf of the executive ot the Australian Labour Purty that the following motion will, be submitted to the combined unions' ...

    Article : 70 words
  28. SHOOTING OF MR. BROOKFIELD

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday.—The Workers' Industrial Union (Barrier district) has [?]greed to a motion asking for an ordinary trial for Korman Tomayoff, who shot Mr. ...

    Article : 274 words
  29. CAULFIELD SPORTS GROUND.

    Early in the coming session it is proposed by the Minister for Lands (Mr. Oman) to reintroduce the Prahran Lands Bill to set apart an area of seven acres in the ...

    Article : 46 words
  30. AUSTRALIAN NAVAL POLICY.

    Naval defence of the Empire will be one of the subjects discussed at the conference which the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) will attend in London. In naval circles ...

    Article : 191 words
  31. FOUND HANGING FROM RAFTER.

    Edward Wright, aged 64 years, for 25 years an employee of the Essendon City Council, was found dead at his home in Winifred street, E[?]endon, yesterday morning. For some time Wright had ...

    Article : 136 words
  32. NEW ZEALAND BOWLERS.

    The New Zealand bowlers, who are visiting England, defeated Kent by 131 points to 118. They defented Middlesex at Sudbury Hill by 134 to 121. ...

    Article : 31 words
  33. RAILWAY REVENUE RETURNS.

    During the seven days ended May 14 the revenue of the Railway department was £174,725, as compared with £140,887 for the corresponding week of last year, a ...

    Article : 104 words
  34. SWEPT OFF ROCKS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Three men fishing at Little Bay were swept off the rocks. Sydney Hercules Fitzhenry, aged 30 years[?] was drowned. One man was washed back on to the rocks[?] and was re[?]ed. ...

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  36. DELAYED TELEGRAM.

    Sir,—The "go-slow" policy seems to have taken a firm grip of the Telegraph Office in Melbourne. A reply-paid message was lodged in the Melbourne office at 10.30 ...

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  37. CHARGES OF UNLAWFUL POSSESSION.

    Before Mr. Kelley, P.M., of Prahran Court on Thursday, John Dono[?] and Arthur Henry Robinson were charged with having been in possession of eight pairs of shoes, four clocks[?] a spirit lamp, ...

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