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  2. WATERSIDE TROUBLE.

    Although the Waterside Workers' Federation agreed on Monday to withdraw the overtime strike on the wharves, as far as interstate and coastal vessels were ...

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  3. NEW MINISTRY.

    For the first time in the history of Victoria a Country party Premier (Mr. Allan) led a Ministry into the Legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon. After it ...

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  4. WEATHER EXTREMES.

    Bitterly cold weather, with gales registering a velocity of 70 miles an hour, has followed a rainless spell of 40 days, during which period extensive forest fires ...

    Article : 363 words
  5. POLICE STRIKE INQUIRY.

    Although he is still very ill, the chief commissioner of police (Mr. Nicholson) gave evidence for one hour yesterday before thc Royal commission that is inquiring into ...

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  6. EXHIBITION IN 1925.

    The Duke of Devonshire presided at a dinner given by the British Empire League to the Empire Exhibition commissioners. There was a distinguished gathering, ...

    Article : 372 words
  7. SEARCH FOR OIL.

    Members of the Federal Joint Committee of Public Accounts opened an inquiry yesterday into the oil resources of the Commonwealth, and into the operations of ...

    Article : 903 words
  8. CLEAVAGE AT SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Members of the Waterside Workers' Federation working on the Union Company's cargo steamer Whangape at the company's Margaret ...

    Article : 155 words
  9. ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA.

    COWRA (N.S.W.), Tuesday. — In a speech here today the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) announced that the Empire Exhibition would be continued next ...

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  10. Continuance of Vendetta.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The decision of the management committee of the Waterside Workers' Federation to resume overtime work upon vessels employing union ...

    Article : 183 words
  11. COMMONWEALTH SHIPS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Simultaneously with the decision of the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to summon a compulsory conference to deal with the disputes ...

    Article : 111 words
  12. COST OF LIVING.

    The High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Joseph Cook), in an address to the Chamber of Commerce at Richmond, referred to the question of preference for ...

    Article : 178 words
  13. OPIUM TRAFFIC.

    The Opium-smoking Conference, which ended in a deadlock, was confined to members of the League of Nations directly concerned with the question. The conference ...

    Article : 170 words
  14. FIREMEN IN SYMPATHY.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday. —The steamer Wyreema was due to leave for southern ports at 5 o'clock to-day, but just before thal time the firemen on the vessel ...

    Article : 144 words
  15. Imported Meat Prices.

    Arising out of the decision of the Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin) to investigate the high cost of living, some of the newspapers are directing attention to the dearness of ...

    Article : 130 words
  16. NEW AIR ROUTES.

    Two important aerial expeditions for the purpose of surveying new routes are pending. The director of Civil Aviation (Major-General Sir William Brancker), will ...

    Article : 101 words
  17. Position at Newcastle.

    NEWCASTLE (N.S.W.), Tuesday.—The overtime strike as it affected interstate vessels was declared "off" at Newcastle today. The ban on overseas vessels, however, ...

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  18. New Zealand Dispute.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday. — Watersides at Napier accepted work on lighters to-day, but again refused to man barges. The maller was referred to the ...

    Article : 86 words
  19. TRAMWAYS BOARD'S 'BUSES

    It is expected by officers of the Tramways Board that the first of the motor-'buses being constructed for the board for use as an auxiliary to the existing tramway ...

    Article : 204 words
  20. Peace Restored in Cairo.

    The Premier (Zaghlul Pasba), had an audience with King Fuod for two hours, and afterwards announced in the Chamber of Deputies that he had withdrawn his ...

    Article : 133 words
  21. MEN WORKED LAST NIGHT.

    Although the strike against overseas ships is still in force at other ports, in Melbourne all steamers are working, as the Port Phillip Stevedores' Association has ...

    Article : 774 words
  22. Accident at Aerodrome.

    A new type of aeroplane, which was being tested at Hawkinge Aerodrome (Kent), collided with a fence when flying at 90 miles an hour. Then it struck some ...

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  23. WHEAT HARVEST.

    The task of furnishing a reliable estimate of the wheat returns in Victoria for the 1924-25 season is rendered more difficult than usual this year for several reasons. ...

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  24. Foreign Control in China.

    Dr. Sun Yat-sen, who arrived to-day from Canton on his way to Tientsin to attend a conference with General Chang T[?]o-lin and General Feng Yu-bsian on the ...

    Article : 78 words
  25. Communist Propaganda.

    The "Daily Express" understands that the Cabinet committee will accept the Foreign Office view of the Zinovieff letter as genuine, and that no apology will be ...

    Article : 94 words
  26. GOLD REPORTED AT DROMANA.

    Some interest has been aroused at Dromana by the reported discovery of gold. About a week ago three Italians—I. Mazotis, E. Papas, and I, Vafos—arrived ...

    Article : 170 words
  27. Wu Pei-fu Again Ambitious.

    The arrival of Marshal Wu Pei-fu at Hankow, and the fact that the Yellow River provinces have constituted for themselves a "military Government as an ...

    Article : 153 words
  28. COMMONWEALTH LOAN.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page) said yesterday that as the subscriptions to the Commonwealth loan for the States had already exceeded ...

    Article : 264 words
  29. Labour's Own Strike.

    One of the most remarkable strikes in recent years occurred to-day, when 80 organisers and officials of the Transport and General Workers' Union failed to appear ...

    Article : 88 words
  30. GENERAL CABLES.

    Mrs. Thurston has obtained a decree nisi against Temple Thurston, the novelist and dramatist. Petitioner said that her husban had been previously divorced when she ...

    Article : 116 words
  31. Spanish Army in Morocco.

    lt is officially stated that the Spanish troops in Morocco withdrew in good order from Sheshuan towars Dar Akoba, despite great difficulties. The communique adds ...

    Article : 90 words
  32. MEETING THE HOUSE.

    As was expected, the new State Ministry did not have any business to submit to the House when it met the Legislative Assembly yesterday. The Premier (Mr. ...

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  33. LOAN FOR RUSSIA.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Replying to a question in the Legislative Assembly to-night the Chief Secretary (Mr. Oakes) said that an agent of the Russian Soviet Government ...

    Article : 132 words
  34. FORGETFUL TRAM PASSENGERS.

    The annual sale of property lost on trams in the metropolis will be held at the Hawthorn Tramways Depot on November 26. The catalogue of the sale contains 392 lots, ...

    Article : 171 words
  35. Fire at Picture Theatre.

    A thrilling cinema episode in real life occurred at the Imperial Picture House, Kilmarnock. Maclean, the operator, suddenly found that the film was burning, and ...

    Article : 125 words
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  37. TRIAL ON MURDER CHARGE.

    LAUNCESTON (T.), Tuesday. —The trial of Richard David Henty Parly for the murder of Thomas Frederick Jordan at Huntsman, near Deloraine, on August 29, ...

    Article : 62 words
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