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  2. PROGRESS OF REPATRIATION.

    Reviewing the operations of the Repatriation Commission from July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922, in his report to the Minister for Repatriation (Senator E. D. Millen), ...

    Article : 633 words
  3. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Sitting throughout Thursday night until quarter to seven o'clock, the Senate p[?]dily dealt With a number of measures [?]ved from the House of ...

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  4. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Dame Lloyd George, supporting the Coalition candidate at Leytonstone, slid that the general election could not be very far away, although she could not say ...

    Article : 364 words
  5. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    WARRAGUL, Friday.—Although the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) will not deliver his policy speech until October 23[?] at North Sydney, he practically opened the ...

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  6. WAR AVERTED.

    The British Foreign Minister (Lord [?] has telegraphed to Sir Charles Harington (commander-in-chief) and Sir Horace Rumbold (British High ...

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  7. SUGAR ACCOUNTS.

    Complete balance-sheets of the Commonwealth Sugar Control were yesterday submitted in the House of Representative by the Minister for Customs (Mr. Rodgers) ...

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  8. ABLAZE AT SEA.

    A wire[?] message received at Los Angeles was the first intimation that fire had broken out on the large steamer City of Ho[?]lu, formerly the North German ...

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  9. GOLF LINKS MYSTERY.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The fact was definitely established to-day that the body of the woman exhumed by the police on Thursday trom its rude sand grave ...

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  10. ANGLICAN SYNOD.

    There was a comparatively small attendance at the closing sessions of the Anglican Synod at the Chapter House yesterday. Archbishop Lees again presided. ...

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  11. REPARATIONS CLAIMS.

    The "Matin," referring to the proposal of Sir John Bradbury for the control of German finances, which is now before the Reparation Commission, says that Sir John ...

    Article : 444 words
  12. MINISTERIAL INTERFERENCE.

    Mr. Wise (V.), who was Postmaster-General during part of the year covered by the annual report of the acting public service commissioner (Mr. W. B. Edwards), ...

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  13. LIEUT.[?]COL. H. PAUL KILLED.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Lieut.[?]Colonel Harold Paul, property salesman, of Bathurst, was killed in a motor car accident on Sydney road, near Rydal, about ...

    Article : 186 words
  14. Piecework and Time Rates.

    A striking comparison of results obtained from time and piece work is revealed in the report of the joint investigation committee of employers and workmen's ...

    Article : 154 words
  15. FIERCE BOXING CONTEST.

    In on[?] of the fiercest boxing contests seen for a long time, "Jo[?]" Beckett defeated Frank Moran, the referee stopping the fight in the seventh round. ...

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  16. Prince Recalls His Tour.

    Ihe High Commissioner for New Zealand (Sir James Allen) gave a reception to 1,000 person at the Imperial Institute, including several British Ministers, many ...

    Article : 149 words
  17. BULLDOG IN HOSPITAL.

    A report was published yesterday of a [?] having entered Vimy House private hospital, Queen's road, and the tramway power-house, St. Kilda road. The matron ...

    Article : 373 words
  18. Madonna Painting Bought[?]

    The Felton bequest trustees have purchased for the Melbourne National Gallery the "Madonna" painting from the Weld-Blundell collection. It is a small but ...

    Article : 109 words
  19. STEVEDORE ' INJURED

    A lacerated head, fractured forearm and leg, and possib[?] a fractured spine were the injuries susta[?]ned by Thomas Mendy, aged 33 years, stevedore, Johnson street, ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. DAVIS CUP TEAM.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Friday.—The members of the Australian Davis Cup team were interviewed on the Niagara, on which they were returning to ...

    Article : 205 words
  21. Rathenau Murder Trial.

    The "Daily Chronicle" correspondent at Berlin states that an analysis shows that chocolates sent to prisoners at Leipzig contained arsenic. It is assumed that the ...

    Article : 148 words
  22. GENERAL CABLES.

    Great excitement has been occasioned at Doorn, where the ex-Kaiser lives, by the arrival from Berlin of a dozen heavy trunks, which are supposed to contain ...

    Article : 235 words
  23. Australian Bank Exchanges.

    The Associated Australian Banks have raised their selling rates on Australia and New Zealand for drafts and mail transfers to 12/6 per cent. premium, and on ...

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  24. STRANGE RAILWAY FATALITY

    BENDIGO, Friday.—A remarkable fatality took place to-night on the 5.43 "down" train from Melbourne, as it passed an "up" goods train at Ravenswood, 15 ...

    Article : 112 words
  25. FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Loul[?] O'Brien, aged [?] years, Alma road, East St. Kilda, who was struck, by a motor-car while crossing [?]am street, East St. Kilda, on Thursday night died in the Alfred Hospital yesterday. ...

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  28. Funeral of Marie Lloyd.

    All classes of the community were represented at the funeral of Miss Marie Lloyd, the vaudeville performer, which took place to-day. No fewer than 12 motor-cars laden ...

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  29. BENDIGO BUTCHERS STRIKE.

    BENDIGO, Friday.—The strike of members of the Mest Employees' Union in Bendigo has not caused a meat famine. The master butchers have organised their forces ...

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  31. BAY EXCURSIONS.

    The s.s. Edina will make a special excursion to Portarlington and Geelong to-morrow, leaving No. 1 Queen's Whart at 11 o'clock, and returning, at about 8 o'clock. ...

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