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  2. STRIKE SEQUEL.

    The position on the Sydney water front created by the refusal of the seamen and firemen in Melbourne to go to sea in ships partly manned by volunteer labour is ...

    Article : 189 words
  3. THE WAR SITUATION.

    All eyes are on the western front, and the Germans are making fresh and tremendous exertions to ensure their confined occupation of the Belgian coasts ...

    Article : 379 words
  4. GERMAN NAVAL MUTINY.

    The German Minister for the Navy (Admiral von Capelle) created a sensation in the Reichstag by a speech, in which he stated that some Independent Socialists ...

    Article : 280 words
  5. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.

    A number of important amendments have been made in the moratorium regulations for the further protection of soldiers and sailors on active service against harsh ...

    Article : 486 words
  6. ORE TRANSIT CHARGES.

    By a new railway bylaw, which was approved in Executive Council on Thursday, increased rates for the carriage of ores from the Barrier will be imposed as from ...

    Article : 476 words
  7. "DADDY TIED ME UP."

    Remarkable evidence revealing cruelty to a child not three years old was given at the Richmond Court to-day, when Charles Stephenson (22) was charged with having ...

    Article : 354 words
  8. Gallant Stretcher Bearers.

    Mr.Pmnp Gidds, describing the events of the newly captured sector says:—Last evening before darkness set in German aeroplanes came over in dense flocks. They ...

    Article : 182 words
  9. WESTERN FRONT.

    Gen. Sir Douglas Haig reported at noon to-day.—Heavy rain fell last night. There is considerable enemy artillery firing westward of Passchendaele. ...

    Article : 317 words
  10. Optimistic French Review.

    The French Commission, authoritatively reviewing the recent course of the war, declares:—"The Germans have reached their supreme military effort, and for the first ...

    Article : 174 words
  11. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOAL SUPPLIES.

    While the action in Melbourne of the Seamen's Union in not carrying out its decision to sign for engagement under award conditions is calculated to delay the ...

    Article : 172 words
  12. British Withdraw Slightly.

    Mr. Percival Phillips reports:—Yesterday's original success was somewhat modified between Broodseinde and the Thourout Railway, embracing the area of our ...

    Article : 156 words
  13. CASUALTIES.

    At about 4.30 p.m. on Thursday Mr. C. Horn, a photographer reading at Frederick street, Welland, attempted to board a Hindmarsh car, which was proceeding ...

    Article : 85 words
  14. GLASSWORKS REDUCED HANDS.

    On account at the coal shortage the Australian Glass Manufacturing Company, Kilkenny, last night allowed one of the furnaces to go out, and this will mean ...

    Article : 55 words
  15. SERIOUS POSITION IN VICTORIA.

    About 400 members of the federated Seamen's Union continue to prevent interstate trade and to impose continued idleness on a host of their fellow-unionists ...

    Article : 271 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Council to-day the Acting Premier (Mr. Fuller), replying to Mr. Bellamy, said the Parliamentary [?]qnor bar during the 12 months ended ...

    Article : 102 words
  17. SEDITION IN ARMY AND NAVY.

    The correspondent of The Central News at Rotterdam telegraphs that a revolt occurred at Wilhelmshaven six weeks ago. Enquiry showed widespread and organized ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. SEPARATION ALLOWANCES FOR MOTHERS.

    Separation allowances for mothers of soldiers in the A.I.F. have been amended. The payment of 1/5 a day is ensured to mothers partly dependent upon their ...

    Article : 215 words
  19. RUN OVER BY A WAGON.

    Richard O'Donnell (57), employed as a boots at the Star and Garter Hotel, was knocked down by on empty timber wagon while he was crossing Currie street ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. French Grains Extended.

    A French communique states:—In Belgium, extending our advance east of Dralbank, we captured Papegoed Farm, and took 40 prisoners. ...

    Article : 135 words
  21. AIR SERVICE VITAL FACTOR.

    Viscount Cowdray, in a speech, said he 5 had no doubt that air service would be the determining factor in compelling the enemy to seek peace on terms which would ...

    Article : 45 words
  22. NEW WHEAT AGREEMENT.

    On Thursday afternoon Sir Richard Butler (Minister controlling the wheat scheme) outlined the arrangements which have been finalized with agents for ...

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  23. FALSEHOOD AND DUPLICITY.

    Herr Dittman (Independent Socialist), speaking in the German Reichstag, said systematic propaganda existed to defeat the negotiation of peace by agreement. ...

    Article : 59 words
  24. STATES AND PER CAPITA GRANT.

    The Federal Treasurer (Sir John Forrest) has forwarded to the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) a recommendation that the States should not be given the ...

    Article : 163 words
  25. A SMALL FIRE.

    At about 1.45 p.m. on Thursday the Semaphore Fire Brigade received a call to the premises of Mr. Arthur Rowe, boot maker of Military road, Semaphore. A ...

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  26. PEACE TALK.

    Lord Northcliffe, addressing the Canadian Club at Montreal, predicted that soldiers would assume a dominant position after the war. They would not be ...

    Article : 86 words
  27. COMMOTION IN GERMANY.

    Advices from Berlin state that the Reichstag revelations caused a commotion in Germany. The police charged demonstrators in Berlin. ...

    Article : 31 words
  28. HOLIDAY MISHAPS.

    Gertie Wellby sustained a broken arm at the local Methodist picnic to-day at Saltia. She was using a swing attached to the branch of a tree when the branch suddenly ...

    Article : 77 words
  29. Germans Admitted Losses.

    A wireless German official message issued an Wednesday afternoon stated:—The allied attacks yesterday morning formed the prelude to a battle on a front of 13 ...

    Article : 88 words
  30. Story of the Mutiny.

    Four German Dreadnoughts, including the Westfalen, participated in the revolt. The officers were locked in their cabins. The mutineers flung the captain of the ...

    Article : 281 words
  31. SOLDIERS AND THE LAND.

    The Bill for making provision for the settlement of returned soldiers has been passing between both Houses, of the State Parliament. The suggestion of the ...

    Article : 212 words
  32. ALSACE-LORRAINE.

    The German Foreign Minister (Herr von Kuhlmann) declared an the Reichstag that Germany had only one reply on the subject of Alsace-Lorraine—namely, "No, never!" ...

    Article : 53 words
  33. BITTEN BY A SNAKE.

    A little daughter of Mr. Albert Hobos, while playing near her home, was badly bitten by a snake above the ankle. Dr. Frank S. Mathwin was quickly on the scene, and ...

    Article : 54 words
  34. WORK ON BARRIER MINES.

    The total number of men registered for work on the mines, both surface and underground, to yesterday afternoon was 5,558, including 1,029 on the Proprietary ...

    Article : 264 words
  35. "SOLDIERS ALLOWANCE BOOT."

    The royal commission on the cost of living began its enquiries to-day, starting with boots. Mr. Foster (manager for Whybrow's) said that prices had increased ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. Australians Terrific Fight.

    The United Press correspondent reports:—A pocket of Germans in Daisy Wood are still holding out, but they are fast dwindling. Fighting continues at Polderhoek ...

    Article : 149 words
  37. GERMAN PEACE MISSION.

    The German Foreign Minister (Herr Kuhlmann) is going to Vienna, Budapest, Sofia, and Constantinople on a high political mission connected with peace. ...

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  38. BALLARAT COMPETITINOS.

    The following were to-day's results at the South Street competitions:—Prepared Reading (ladies)—Marea Lopz, Elsternwick, 1; Winnie Moreley, Brunswick, 2; ...

    Article : 88 words
  39. Pan-Grermans Strengthened.

    The Amsterdam correspondent of The Daily Chronicle reports that Admiral von Capelle's declaration has split the Democratic bloc, leaving the Government the ...

    Article : 143 words
  40. THE GRAMPIANS SEAT.

    Nom[?]ations closed to-day for the by-election for the Grampians seat in the House of Representatives rendered necessary by the death of Dr. Carty Salmon. ...

    Article : 49 words
  41. EMPLOYERS INDEMNITY ASSOCIATION.

    The prospectus of the Employers Indemnity Association of Victoria formed to protect employers against union tyranny, was issued to-day. The association has ...

    Article : 374 words
  42. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    About 20 mer are extending the plantations east of Parliament House. When complete these classic grounds will include all the waste lands of the Crown, bounded on The cast by the City ...

    Article : 230 words
  43. EAST-WEST LINE FARES.

    At a conference of local governing bodies last night consideration was given to a report that fares on the trans Australian line had been fixed on a capital-to-capital ...

    Article : 118 words
  44. HINDENBURG CONCERNED.

    It is reported that Field-Marshal von Hindenburg declined to accompany the Kaiser to the Balkans owing to the situation in Flanders. ...

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  45. Kaiser Sanctioned Executions.

    Rumblings of disaffection in the German Navy reached London some time ago, but at first they were not credited. Confirmation vas obtained subsequently in a ...

    Article : 127 words
  46. Battle in the Mud.

    The Australian troops on the crest of the ridge north of Broodscinde advanced more than 1,000 yards at an early stage in yesterday's battle; but owing to the ...

    Article : 522 words
  47. SOCIALISTS IMPLICATED.

    Herr Dittmainn, Herr Haase, and Herr Vogthorr (Socialist deputies) deny the allegation of von Capelle that they were parties to the mutiny, but they admit that ...

    Article : 38 words
  48. TROUBLE OVER WINCHMEN.

    Members of the Brisbane branch of the Federated Waterside Workers Union yesterday refused to handle cargo on the steamer Coombar because the winches ...

    Article : 66 words
  49. ITALY AND AUSTRIA.

    Italian, official:—We repulsed repeated enemy attacks on Monday. The Austrains attempted to gain ground at Castagnavizza, in the Carso. Furious fighting ...

    Article : 53 words
  50. MILITARY HONOURS.

    English papers by the mail which arrived on Thursday announce that the following awards to Australian officers were gazetted on August 17 ...

    Article : 467 words
  51. COAL PROBLEM FOR STEAMER.

    In reply to a deputation to-day which urged the use of the Collie coal on State steamers, the Colonial Secretary said that the Government was endeavouring to get ...

    Article : 85 words
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  53. "SAD NAVAL TRAGEDY."

    The Reading German newspapers deal guardedly with the mutiny. The Vossische Zeitung considers the affair very regrettable, but regards the manner of the ...

    Article : 125 words
  54. INCENDIARISM IN ITALY.

    A sensational courtmartial was opened in September, in connection with the blowing up of a dynamite factory at Cengio, in February, 1916 (when there was a terrible ...

    Article : 163 words
  55. REMARKABLE GOLD YIELD.

    A crushing of 98 tons from Messrs. Borland & Rudd's Oversight Mine, Broad Arrow, yielded the remarkable result of 357 oz. of gold over tie plates, and 380 oz. ...

    Article : 67 words
  56. AN OPPORTUNITY MISSED.

    In his presidential address at the annual meeting of the Engineering Association of New South Wales to-night. Mr. D. F. Horricks said Australia could have been ...

    Article : 160 words
  57. ENTERTAINMENT PROPRIETORS TICKETS.

    It was notified in The Commonwealth Gazette to-day that all stamped tickets to be used by the proprietors of entertainments in New South Wales, Victoria ...

    Article : 48 words
  58. "Revolution Will Come."

    Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge, in an interview regarding the sedition in the German Navy, said the trouble was a serious symptom. ...

    Article : 50 words
  59. In East Africa.

    An East African official communique states:—The remnant of a guerilla band in the north have surrendered near to Lake Nyassa. The Belgians have occupied ...

    Article : 85 words
  60. Bolo Intrigue Enquiry.

    The alleged intriguer, Bolo Pasha, was connected with the Perier Bank in Paris, and floated a £2,000,000 loan for Turkey in 1013, which Turkey used to purchase the ...

    Article : 72 words
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