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  2. IN BRITISH PORTS.

    Following the settlement of the railwaymen's dispute, a dockers' strike is now threatened. The national delegates to the conference of the Transport Workers' ...

    Article : 676 words
  3. LORD LEVERHULME.

    Several Australian problems were touched open by Lord Leverhulme in the course of a speech at the fifth quarterly dinner of the Chamber of Commerce in the ...

    Article : 2,039 words
  4. RELATIONS WITH FRANCE.

    A political observer writing in the "Daily Telegraph" reveals that Mr. Ramsay Macdonald as soon as was installed in in the Foreign Office addressed the French ...

    Article : 348 words
  5. EMPIRE POLICY.

    The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr. Thomas) received a number of Empire journalists at the Colonial Office, and in a long speech outlined the Government's ...

    Article : 733 words
  6. RIGHTS OF PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly the Labour leader (Mr. Cr[?]swell) moved a resolution expressing the opinion that the "promises made by a Government at an Imperial ...

    Article : 527 words
  7. SEARCH FOR LIST.

    Undaunted by their failure to trace Norman Albert List, for whose arrest a warrant has been issued for the murder of one of the victims of the Botanic ...

    Article : 2,694 words
  8. FEDERAL CABINET.

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Page) presided over the first formal meeting of Ministers at Canberra to-day. The meeting was held in ...

    Article : 654 words
  9. DALHOUSIE BY-ELECTION.

    KYNETON, Wednesday.—Dalhousie is on tip-toe with expectation. Since the inception of the brief, but energetic campaign less than a fortnight ago, interest ...

    Article : 515 words
  10. London Wool Sales.

    Prices for faulty merinoes were rather irregular at the London wool sales to-day, and other sorts were steady. The following prices were realised:—Acoa, highest, ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. GENERAL CABLES.

    A Reuter message from Jerusalem states that highwaymen attacked and looted a motor-car containing stores from L[?]dd (Palestine). The occupants, Sergeant-Major ...

    Article : 557 words
  12. American Oil Scandal.

    The scandal caused by the lease of Government-owned oil lands to private interests, which is being investigated by a Senate committee, has rapidly become so ...

    Article : 280 words
  13. CAR FALLS OVER EMBANKMENT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A motor-car, in which there were five passengers, was returning from New South Wales to Melbourne on Monday, and when near the ...

    Article : 358 words
  14. THROUGH LABOUR EYES.

    Under the heading, "Europe as it is," the secretary of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council (Mr. E. J. Holloway), who recently returned from the International ...

    Article : 526 words
  15. TREASURERS' CONFERENCE.

    Sir James Mitchell, the Premier of Western Australia, arrived in Melbourne yesterday to attend the Treasurers' Conference. "When we met in May," Sir ...

    Article : 489 words
  16. FRENCH WAR AREAS.

    A Socialist amendment in the Chamber of Deputies to M. Poincare's financial measures produced an important debate with reference to the scandals in the ...

    Article : 186 words
  17. Understanding Australia.

    The Prime Minister of Australia (Mr. Bruce) prior to his departure wrote to Lord Bur[?]ham stating that he was deeply impressed by the possibility of the ...

    Article : 165 words
  18. British Squadron.

    TRINCOMALEE (Ceylon), Jan. 30.—A tragedy yesterday marred the festivities in connection with the visit of the British squadron. ...

    Article : 77 words
  19. GAOL PLOT.

    It is expected that starting revelations will be made at the City Court to-day, when Leslie Taylor, aged 35 years, clerk; Michael Costello, aged 26 years, labourer; ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. ARNE BORG'S GREAT SWIM.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Arne Borg, the Swedish swimming champion, made a sensational farewell appearance at the Dominion [?]aths to-night, when he established a ...

    Article : 139 words
  21. Japanese Colonies.

    It is announced that a company with a capital of 30,000,000 ye[?] (normally £30,000,000) has been organised to foster Japanese migration to South America, ...

    Article : 77 words
  22. NEW NORCIA MISSION.

    An interesting account appears in "The Australasian" of a mission to the aborigines conducted by monks of the Benedictine order in Western Australia. The ...

    Article : 43 words
  23. Tennis at Cannes.

    The C[?]nnes correspondent of the "Daily Express" reports that an unpleasant incident occurred in the final of the ladies doubles in which Mademoiselle Lenglen and ...

    Article : 218 words
  24. DOCUMENT UNLAWFULLY ISSUED

    Before Messrs. Macnamara, P.M., and Grace, Callier, and Francis, J.P.'s, in the Sandringham Court on Wednesday, George P. Biggs, tailor, Fernhill road, ...

    Article : 358 words
  25. CONDITION OF COALMINES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Allegations of a serious nature were made by a deputation from the Northern Miners' Federation of New South Wales to the Minister for ...

    Article : 378 words
  26. OPENING NEW CITY BUILDING.

    The new Talma Building in Swanston street, which forms part of the Howey Estate, will be officially opened by the Lord Mayor at a quarter to 4 o'clock this ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. CANCER TREATMENT.

    Through the beneficence of the Felton Bequests committee the board of management of the Alfred Hospital was yesterday able to authorise the immediate ...

    Article : 149 words
  28. Anglo-Persian Oil Company.

    It has been officially announced that the Government has decided not to sell the 5,000,000 shares it holds in the Anglo-Persian Oil Company. ...

    Article : 107 words
  29. RISING TEMPERATURES.

    Yesterday was a delightful day, after the wind and rain of the previous days. The official shade temperature reached the moderate maximum of 73deg. The ...

    Article : 175 words
  30. DAMAGE TO WINDOWS ALLEGED.

    Damage to the extent of £12 was done to a bourding house in Bou[?]rie street, Carlton, yesterday evening, by, it is alleged, two boarders, who had become annoyed during a conversation in the ...

    Article : 102 words
  31. BICYCLE AND MOTOR-CAR COLLIDE.

    When riding a bicycle along Gle[?]ra road, near Hotham street, East St. Kilda, last night, Gordon Walker, aged 1[?] years, of Robinson street, East Prahran, and Per[?]y Franklin, aged 16 years, of ...

    Article : 97 words
  32. Trade with Canada.

    With Senator Wilson, from Australia, on his way to Canada, the reciprocal tariff agreement between Canada and Australia has entered the political arena. The Premier ...

    Article : 130 words
  33. War Memorials.

    Australian House announces that the reconstruction of the Polygon Wood memorial will be completed to-morrow. The Australian Tunnellers' memorial on Hill ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. BRISBANE MURDER.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—The Central Police Court was crowded to-day when James William Laydon, aged 37 years, labourer, was charged with having wilfully ...

    Article : 66 words
  35. FRACTURED WHILE WORKING.

    [?] from a compound fracture of the right leg[?] William T. Parton, aged 31 years, of Fisher street, East Malvern, was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital yesterday evening. Parton, who ...

    Article : 98 words
  36. Classified Advertising

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