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  2. HAGUE CONFERENCE.

    The session ended in a speech by Sir Lloyd Graeme, who in addressing the [?], stated:—"We are all [?] of leave the facts to speak for ...

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  3. UNITED STATES.

    The Attorney-General of [?] Mr. Brubage has ofered £1000 reward for information which will lead to the arrest and convition ...

    Article : 701 words
  4. AUSTRIAN PROPOSAL.

    An attempt is being made to [?] bigamy as a remedy for the housing difficulty. Two bills are before [?], One proposes that every male over fifty ...

    Article : 72 words
  5. GERMANY.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Manchester Guadian" states:—"At least 300 men and women, including Herr Leib[?], Herr ...

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  6. WIRELESS CHAIN.

    The Postmaster-General, Mr. Kelleway, in replying to a question in the House of Commons in regard to the wireless chain, said that, after further ...

    Article : 136 words
  7. LORD NORTHCLIFFE.

    It is announced that the health of Lord Northeliffe continues [?]. His heart is weaker. The obscure toxic process has not subsided. ...

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  8. IRELAND

    The Prime Minister of the Irish Free State, Mr.Collins, has been appointed Commander-in-Cheif of the Free State Army, and with ...

    Article : 498 words
  9. LAND SETTLEMENT.

    Last month ninety-six persons selected 169,577 acres of Crown land in [?] land, as compard with 227,749 acree, [?] by 130 persons in the ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN BEEF.

    The whole of the old stocks of Australian beef, which have clogeed the market, have been disposed of. The High Commissioner for ...

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  11. A RETURNED SOLDIER.

    When charged in the Police Court today with having begged aims, Edward George M'Lernon, aged twenty-two years, said ...

    Article : 123 words
  12. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day. Cotton Industry. The Premier, Mr. Theodore, in reply to Mr.Corser, who asked several ...

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  13. MYSTERIOUS ESCAPE.

    Three well-known escaped in [?] circumstance from [?] last night, and nothing furthre has been [?] them. ...

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  14. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the Senate to-day. federal Timber Properties. The Minister for Repatriation, Mr.[?] len. told Mr. Foll that, upon ...

    Article : 469 words
  15. COMMERCIAL.

    There were 22,700 bales of wool catalogued for the sale of the British Australian Wool Realisation Association at Hall. ...

    Article : 518 words
  16. ADMIRAL DUMARESQ.

    The Manila correspondent of the United Press states [?] Dumar[?] is a most fesble conditon and is mot expected to ...

    Article : 155 words
  17. WORLD FLIGHT.

    A representative of the Australian Press Association learns that a prominent English group of airmen is making advance arrangements for a new world ...

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  18. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    After fourteen hours continuous debate On the motion of censure of the Government proposed by the Leader of the Opposition. ...

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  19. HOUSE 0F REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representativs to day. Price of Sugar. The Minister for Trade and ...

    Article : 825 words
  20. CANADA AND AMERICA.

    The Prime Minister of Canada, Mr. Mackenzie King, and the [?] Minister for Defence Mr. Graham called on the ...

    Article : 117 words
  21. GENERAL CABLES.

    The death is announced of Sir Thomas Glen Coasta, Chairman of Directors of J. and P.coats Limited, the famous cotton [?]. ...

    Article : 215 words
  22. GENERAL MESSAGES.

    The Minister for Agriculture and Stock, Mr. Gillies, in commenting on the statements by Mr. Walmsley regarding the appointment of organisers of the ...

    Article : 260 words
  23. NEW FIRE BRIGADE STATION.

    A special meeting of the Rockhampton Fire Brigade Board was held at the offices of the Secretary, Mr. R. E. Hartley, yesterday afternoon for the purpose of ...

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  24. IMMIGRATION.

    The High Commissioner for Australia, Sir Joesph Cook, will probabl sign the Anglo-Australian migration agreement next week. The agreement follows ...

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  25. FRENCH PRESIDENT.

    Boubet, an [?], atempted to shoot M.Milleran, Present of France, as he was returning in a [?] to the [?] palce, but he fried at the ...

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  26. GOVERNMENT PRINTER.

    Mr. Cumming has been [?] as Government Printer and will resume duty on Monday next. Mr. Cumming had aninterview with the ...

    Article : 112 words
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