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  2. COMMONWEALTH LOANS.

    Believing that thc Queensland Income Tax Act will indirectly tax interest from money invested in Commonwealth loans, which are free from State income tax, the ...

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  3. COAL STRIKE.

    The coal position in the United Kingdom was unchanged at the week-end. Public attention is focussed on the industrial conferences which commenced to-day ...

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  4. VICE-REGAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General Lord Forster received official calls at Government House yesterday from the President (Sir Walter Manifold, M.L.C) and ...

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  5. SINN FEIN HUNGER STRIKERS

    Michael Fitzgerald, one of the Sinn Fein hunger-strikers in Cork gaol, died on Sunday. He was awaiting trial on a capital charge. ...

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  6. HOW TO VOTE.

    An elector must vote in the division for which he or she is enrolled, and must vote between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Only those who have been duly enrolled are entitled ...

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  7. WOOL SALES.

    After an interval of nearly four years public auctions of wool were resumed in the Melbourne market yesterday, when the combined catalogues of The Australian ...

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  8. SYDNEY DAY BY DAY.

    SYDNEY,Monday.—The few appointments to the British Empire Order that have significance in Sydney are the Knight-hoods conferred on Professor David for his ...

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  9. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1920.

    Governments and political parties throughout the world are crossing a deep, t[?]rbid, and a dangerous torrent, having its source in the great war, but ...

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  10. PERSONAL.

    The Federal Treasurer (Sir Joseph Cook) and the Minister for Works and Railways (Mr. Groom) left Sydney for Melbourne by the express train last night. ...

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  11. U.S.A. PRESIDENCY.

    Mr. Samuel Gompers, the president of the American Federation of Labour, has made the statement that America will pass through four years of reaction if Senator ...

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  12. Effect on Continent.

    A Paris report says that the coal strike in Great Britain will not seriously affect France, where the coal stocks of the railways are equal to tho pre-war standnrd, ...

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  13. KING OF GREECE'S ILLNESS

    An Athens message, dated Sunday, says that King Alexander is delirious. Parliament has been summoned to consider the situation. ...

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  14. SHORT COAL SUPPLIES.

    The serious position in which Melbourne is placed in consequence of the continued shortage of coal was emphasised by members of thc City Council at its meeting ...

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  15. POLES IN VILNA.

    The Polish Premier (M. Witos) regards the unauthorised occupation of Vilna (capital of Lithuania) by General Zeligowski as a violation of military discipline, but ...

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  16. KOREANS ATTACK JAPANESE Fifteen Soldiers Killed.

    According to a Korean statement reaching Shanghai, serious conflicts have occurred between Koreans nnd Japanese troops in the Schientao district of Manchuria, ...

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  17. Anglo-German Universities.

    Many professors and dons of Oxford University have sent a memorial to thc German and Austrian Universities, urging amicable reunion and reconciliation, and the ...

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  18. FACTS FOR ELECTORS.

    Dr. Stanley Argyle, one of tho Nationalist candidates for Toorak, on the subject of exchanging second preferences with Sir James Barrett, says that the matter "should ...

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  19. Stock Exchange Ban Lifted.

    According to an official announcement made at the Sydney Stock Exchange today, the restrictions on tho quotations of Federation and Mount Owen shares will ...

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  20. Forged English Notes.

    The Berlin correspondent of tho "Daily Chronicle" says that a large Berlin bank bought thousands of forged English Treasury pound notes, in bundles, the top and ...

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  21. Defender of Liege Dead.

    The death is announced from Paris of General Leman, the defender of Liege, in Belgium, which boro the first onslaught of the German army in the great war. ...

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  22. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Hannah Ellis, of Mathoura road, Hawksburn, widow, who died on July 27, left by will dated January 5.1919, real estate valued at £900 and personal property valued at £1.448 to her daughter,subject ...

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  23. HIDES AND LEATHER.

    During the last few months substantial falls have taken place in the prices of hides and leather in Victoria, especially hides. The high prices were due to the ...

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  24. FLINDERS NAVAL BASE.

    It is the intention of the Naval Board to establish at the Flinders naval base a principal naval training establishment for training in gunnery and in other branches of the ...

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  25. Mesopotamian Towns Relieved

    A British relief force has entered Samawah (south of Bagdad) after a siege of the garrison by the rebel Arabs, which lasted six weeks. ...

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  26. Unemployed in South Africa.

    The unemployment question at Johannesburg is becoming acute. At a big openair demonstration on Sunday it was resolved that the Government be compelled ...

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  27. CARGO PILFERING.

    Some time ago a Melbourne merchant opened a case to check a consignment of valuable imported leather goods and found instead a beap of cobble stones. This is ...

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  28. Sunday-School Congress.

    Before the World Sunday School Convention, which bas been meeting in Tokio, ended, resolutions were adopted expressing satisfaction at the establishment of ...

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  29. GENERAL CABLES.

    The German Majority Socialists in congress at Ka[?]sel urged the Socialists of other countries to support their opposition to the surrender by Germany, especially to France, ...

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  30. THE ELECTRICAL AGE.

    'I do not think that there is any chance of the coal strike in Great Britain lasting." This is the opinion of Sir Arnold Gridley, who arrived in Melbourne yesterday, and is ...

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  31. EMPIRE ORDER HONOURS.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—At the meeting of the Red Cross Society to-day indignation was expressed at the conferring of a fifth class honour of the British Empire Order on ...

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  32. German Socialists Divided.

    The German Independent Socialist Party's Congress at Halle (Saxony) resolved, by 247 votes to 156, to accept Lenin's invitation to join the Third Internationale ...

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  33. HEAVY HAILSTORM.

    Yesterday afternoon there was a sudden change in the weather, and a thunderstorm, accompanied by a heavy fall of hail, passed over the metropolitan area. The hail was ...

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  34. MISSING AIRMEN.

    No hope is now entertained for the safety of the airman, Captain W. J. Stutt, and his mechanic, Sergeant A. G. Dalzell, who disappeared during a flight from the Central ...

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  35. SUGAR FROM JAVA.

    To tide over the shortage of sugar, and to ensure supplies for the jam season, which begins shortly, the Commonwealth has purchased 20,000 tons of Java sugar. This is ...

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  36. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA.—In the Third Civil Court—Before the Full Court.—At 10.30—The Commonwealth and Another v. The State of Queensland and Another (part heard); Daly and Others v. ...

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  37. FINANCIAL CONFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Federal Treasurer (Sir Joseph Cook) had a private interview with, a number of representatives of banking institutions to-day. ...

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  38. CANNIBALS IN PAPUA.

    THURSDAY ISLAND, Monday.—A report has been brought here from Merauke, in Papua, stating that two Europeans, Dressler and Bell, who were bird hunters, ...

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  39. RAINS IN THE NORTH.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—During the last two days light to heavy rain has fallen over the north-east quarter of New South Wales, Very heavy falls were experienced on the ...

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  40. DRAPER FIRES AT THIEF.

    Mr. Holt, a draper, of Malvern road, Gardiner, was awakened by a noise outside his bedroom door early on Monday morning. He opened the door and saw a man ...

    Article : 111 words
  41. UNIVERSITY APPEAL.

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  42. S.A. LIBERAL UNION.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—Mr. J. M. McDonald, president of the Liberal Union of South Australia, has resigned his position in consequence of the difference of opinion ...

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  44. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL KIOSK.

    Sir,—Allow me to appeal to our friends for donations in money or kind to assist [?]s in stocking our kiosk on Hospital Day. Donations may be sent either to the kiosk ...

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