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  2. AUSTRALIA TO THE FORE.

    Isolated in forgotten or unfrequented localities of the desolate war zone, in France and Flanders, stand the ruins of once powerful moving fortresses. Tanks ...

    Article : 669 words
  3. MARITIME STRIKE.

    The step taken by the Federal Ministry to shut off supplies from the marine engineers on strike, and compel them to return to work, was the principal topic of ...

    Article : 551 words
  4. BREAK OF GAUGE.

    The following important article, illustrated by drawings, appeared in a recent number of Science Siftings. It has additional local interest on account of the ...

    Article : 766 words
  5. SERIOUS IRISH RAID.

    Two hundred armed men captured the Castle Martyr Police Barracks, County Cork. There were many casualties. ...

    Article : 28 words
  6. BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

    The King's Speech at the opening of Parliament to-day, after an allusion to the peace ratification, emphasized the excellent relations which existed with all the Allies, ...

    Article : 362 words
  7. TENNIS CHAMPIONS.

    Arrangements have been completed at the Adelaide Oval courts for the international tennis matches, which will begin on Friday afternoon. Every preparation for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 906 words
  8. THE CARRIETON TRAGEDY.

    That John Moser, who was found dead in his bed at Carrieton on Sunday, January 25, was murdered seems more than a conjecture. There was a gunshot wound ...

    Article : 653 words
  9. THE SOLDIERS' GRATUITY.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) announced to-day that pending the settlement of the conditions of payment of the war gratuity, and the authorization of the ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. DIPPED APPLES.

    A new discovery of great importance to apple growers and exporters of potatoes, oranges, and other fruit, has been reported to the Federal Department of Customs ...

    Article : 258 words
  11. A DRIFTER RAIDED.

    Masked and armed Sinn Feiners raided a drifter at Arklow and removed 13 boxes containing half a ton of gelignite. The drifter was loaded with gelignite on ...

    Article : 185 words
  12. UNEMPLOYED SOLDIERS.

    Headed by two men carrying huge Union Jacks, 300 to 400 unemployed returned soldiers— the majority wearing badges— marched this morning to the Federal ...

    Article : 133 words
  13. LOANS TO CHINA.

    Mr. Thomas Lamont, the representative of the American banking group of the Chinese Consortium, will leave for Japan on February 11 to confer with leading ...

    Article : 81 words
  14. AMERICAN COTTON.

    The Department of Commerce has issued statistics showing that the United States exports of cotton will be decreased 50 per cent. if England's inability to purchase ...

    Article : 44 words
  15. RUMORED CABINET CHANGES.

    On the eve of the reassembling of Parliament, the usual rumours of impending Cabinet changes are abroad. They affect Sir Eric Geddes, Sir Auckland Geddes, ...

    Article : 39 words
  16. THE BALLARAT SEAT.

    Steps were taken to-day by supporters of Mr. D. C. McGrath (Caucus candidate in the recent election for the Ballarat seat in the House of Representatives) to bring ...

    Article : 129 words
  17. PRIME MINISTER'S POINTS.

    Alter Mr. H. D. McLaren (Liberal, Bosworth Division of Leicestershire), had resumed his seat, Labour for Erection of Houses. ...

    Article : 625 words
  18. SELL YOUR GOLD.

    A number of well-known people support the suggestion that the public should be invited to sell their gold articles to the Government for interest-bearing bonds, in ...

    Article : 38 words
  19. STATISTICAL CONFERENCE.

    The Imperial Statistical Conference has completed its work on the collection and co-ordination of data relating to agricultural, forests, crops forecast, fisheries, land ...

    Article : 96 words
  20. WHEAT AFFAIRS.

    The members of the Australian Wheat Board had a conference with the Prime Minister (Mr. Hushes) to-day. Neither Mr. Hughes nor the Chairman of the ...

    Article : 79 words
  21. BANKERS' VIEWS OF GOVERNMENT ACTION.

    The dominant note in financial and commercial circles in the city on Wednesday was jubilation at the drastic step the Federal Government had taken with a ...

    Article : 699 words
  22. THE PRINCE'S VISIT.

    The official programme for the reception and entertainment of the Prince of Wales has been practically completed, and will be announced by the Prime Minister this ...

    Article : 42 words
  23. THE ACCUSED A PORT PIRIE RESIDENT.

    The Port Pirie correspondent of The Register telegraphed on Wednesday:— Charles Poole, who is a youth of 17 years, left here a few weeks ago in the employ of ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. PIRIE'S PREDICAMENT.

    It does not necessarily follow that employment along the water front is particularly brisk from the fact that the tonnage represented by the oversea vessels now in ...

    Article : 309 words
  25. MILITARY TRAINING

    Despite a letter from President Wilson requesting that the Democratic members of Congress should not formulate an attitude on the question of universal military ...

    Article : 69 words
  26. DANCING SUPPERS.

    A novel point was decided by Mr. Justice Cohen in the District Court to-day, when the Commonwealth Commissioner for Taxation sued James Bendrolt, claiming ...

    Article : 135 words
  27. BARRIER TOPICS.

    The local Police Department to-day received instructions to issue a further amount of limited relief to cases of strike distress. ...

    Article : 113 words
  28. MINING LEASES.

    The case which has been before the Mining Wardens' Court for the past 14 months was brought to a conclusion to-day before Warden Le Brun Brown, namely, ...

    Article : 306 words
  29. RIOT IN FIJI.

    A riot by Indiana occurred this after­noon at Toorak, Suva. About 200 Indians were arrested. The military had to be called out to quell the disturbance, in ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. SMUGGLED GOLD SEIZED.

    Customs searchers to-day seized about £700 from Indians who were endeavouring to send it out of the Commonwealth. Shortly before the steamer Roggeveen ...

    Article : 89 words
  31. SHIP CAPTAINS' SALARIES.

    A compulsory conference was summoned to-day by Mr. Justice Higgins, on the application of the Merchant Service Guild, to discuss claims for improved pay and ...

    Article : 72 words
  32. Advertising

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    Advertising : 501 words
  33. CONSPIRACY CHARGE.

    At the Central Police Court to-day Eric Linden, estate agent, appeared on a warrant from Tasmania charging him with conspiracy by false pretences to obtain large ...

    Article : 138 words
  34. NEW ZEALAND COAL CONFERENCE.

    The conference called by the Premier (Mr. Massey) to consider the coal dispute was opened to-day. Mr. Massey presided. The proceedings were conducted in private. ...

    Article : 53 words
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