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  2. PRESIDENT WILSON'S PLANS.

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—It is understood that President-Wilson in returning from the second Peace Conference will tour America, delivering addresses with the view of forcing ...

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  3. LABOR AFFAIRS.

    PERTH, Wednesday—At the City Court President Nash and six other members of the Tramway Union were charged with having taken part in the tramway strike, and the ...

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  4. AUSTRALASIA.

    I SYDNEY, “Wednesday.—A general courtmartial was opened at Victoria Barracks today to hear charges against Lieut. Geo. Wentvvorth Grayson. It was alleged he neglected ...

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  5. CENERAL TELEGRAMS

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Charles Sims, a laborer, was admitted to hospital late last night' with a bullet, wound in his stomach. He was operated on, but the bullet could ...

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  6. FIGHTING AT BERLIN.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A Berlin message says that the Government has apparently completely defeated the Spartacus revolt. The Berlin insurgents are continuing a ...

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  7. AUSTRALIAN POLICY.

    PARIS, Tuesday—The position of the Australian delegates is one of considerable delicacy and difficulty. The Australian policy is clearly defined, and has become ...

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  8. “TO TIMBUCTOO.”

    PERTH, Wednesday—At a small open-air meeting of strikers in Perth, Senator Needham urged the tramway men to continue to strike, and believed them justified in saying ...

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  9. SPARTACUS HEADQUARTERS.

    COPENHAGEN, Tuesday.—A message from Berlin says that the Government troops when storming the Spartacus headquarters captured Dr. Liebkae[?]t's son. The troops ...

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  10. FATHER AND SON KILLED.

    SYNNEY, Wednesday—A carpenter named Ernest Young, 30, and his son, Leslie, H., were killed at Ryde. Young was working on the ground floor cf a two storey build ...

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  11. THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—An interesting fact is that the first meeting yesterday of associated Governments was conducted i[?] the English language. ...

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  12. ONE BIG UNION.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—At the one big union conference in Melbourne the question of local autonomy provoked a long discussion. An amendment to the New South ...

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  13. OFFICIALLY DENIED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The report published Yesterfday that the Governor General intends to leave for England at an early date is officially denied at Admiralty ...

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  14. A GOVERNMENT VICTORY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Heavy fighting again blazed up Berlin on Saturday and continued all night long. The result thereof is that the Spartacusites in all the occupied ...

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  15. RUSSIA.

    CONSTANTINOPLE, Tuesday.—The withdrawal of the Austro-German troops from the Ukraine has greatly strengthened the antiBolshevist forces in South Russia. General ...

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  16. RED CROSS RAFFLES.

    Following are the winners of the Red Crpss raffles:—Doll's ottoman, won by Dr. A. J. Cahill, ticket, No. 506; piece crochet, donated by Mrs. Beddoes, won by Mrs. Whit ...

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  17. NIMBIN RED CROSS SOCIETY.

    The monthly business meeting of the Nimbin branch of the Bed Cross Society was held in the School of Arts reading room on January 8th. Mrs. Rann (president) occu ...

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  18. THE JUTE BUSINESS.

    ¦ MELBOURNE, Wednesday—The Federal Government' lias decided to • withdraw from the jutd gooda business as affecting importations. The Government has now in stock ...

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  19. CAIRNS SANITARY WORKERS.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—In the Arbitration Court to-day Mr. Justice Macnaughton delivered judgment in the Cairns sanitary workers' case. The new award provides for ...

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  20. SMALLPOX CASE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The smallpox case reported from Albany (W.A.) on the steamer War Armour is of a very mild type. The patient is convalescent. ...

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  21. ESTKONIAN CAMPAIGN.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—An Esthonian communique says:—In the coastal area we reached the line Malla, Tolks, and Skikall. Our troops captured three manors in the direction ...

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  22. THE GOVERNMENT HOODWINKED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Frankfurter Zeitung" speaks of the situation in Berlin as turning momentarily to the disadvantage of the Government, whom apparently the ...

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  23. MR. WATT'S COMMENTS:

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Mr. Watt, referring to the cable regarding Australia's claims at the Peace Conference, said he did not think it proper to discuss at this stage ...

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  24. SHIPPING DISPUTE ENDS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday—The shipping dispute in Sydney ended this afternoon. It is understood the men will go aboard the vessels to-morrow morning. ...

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  25. THE PEACE CONFERENCE.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—It has been decided that the British Dominions shall have two separate representatives each at the Peace Conference except New Zealand, which will have only ...

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  26. TRAM ACCIDENT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The motor of a tram became derailed near Brush Creek,at Young Wallsend. Toppling over an embankment. it fell down under a, bridge. The ...

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  27. POLAND'S POSITION,

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Jeffries, the correspondent, reporting from Warsaw prior to the attempt on Padereweski's life, stated that the National Assembly meeting on the ...

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  28. MEN'S DEMANDS AGBEED TO.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday--Later particulars show that the reply received by Mr Johnson, Sydney manager for the Union Steamship Company, to the cable sent yesterday ...

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  29. THE SCENE AT PARIS.

    PARIS, Tuesday.-—With tho arrival of the British and Dominions delegation last evening the setting is complete for the most momentous conference in the world's history, ...

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  30. JUDGESHIP DECLINED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—An offer of a District Court Judgeship has been made to Mr. A. G. Ralston, K.C. but declined. ...

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  31. DUNOON RED CROSS.

    Last Wednesday evening the Dunoon Red Cross met as usual in Mr. Lattimore's rooms. Before the, business part of the meeting began the president, on behalf of the ...

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  32. AMERICAN AID.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—America has offered to send two full-sized divisions to Poland to assist, the Polish troops in the immediate establishment of a zone from Danzig to Thorn ...

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  33. A DICTATED PEACE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Conference is practically the same as the old inter-Allied Council with the addition of President, Wilson, whoso position and personal qualities ...

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  34. PRICE OF FLOUR.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—An order made by the Minister for Price Fixing increases the price of flour in the northern districts of New South Wales by 35s per ...

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  35. THE TRUCE QUESTION.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—In connection with the "Frankfurter Zeitung's" statement regarding the truce at Berlin it is semi-officially stated that, the Government troops and the ...

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  36. GORED BY A BULL.

    HOBART, Wednesday.—Samuel Ranger, [?]6, a laborer, living at Kingston, near Hobart, and employed by Benjamin Pearsall on a farm, while going about his usual ...

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  37. IRELAND.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The police raided and occupied the Sinn Fein headquarters at Dublin and seized important documents, including the draft constitution of an Irish ...

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  38. BUSH FIRES

    SYDNEY, Wednesday—Bush fires on an eight-mile front have done great damage in the Goulburn district. Five hundred people fought the flames. Bombala also had heavy ...

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  39. THE BOLSHEVIST TERROR.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Paris correspondent says:—Real peace is impracticable until settled Governments are established in Russia and Germany. The ...

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  40. MURDEROUS CIVIL WAR MUST END.

    AMSTERDAM, Tuesday.—A Munich official Message says:—Herr Eisner telegraphed to the Government at Berlin stating that the murderous civil war at Berlin must end, ...

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  41. TRANSPORTS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—A big fleet of transports, aggregating 290,300 tons, is announced to be about to leave England for Australia. ...

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  42. GENERAL WAR CABLES.

    BUENOS AYRES, Tuesday—The general strike has been settled at a conference of workers and: employers. General Dellipienne. who established a military dictatorship, de ...

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  43. NECESSITOUS FARMERS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The State Cabi- ' net contemplates distributing about £100,000 as additional assistance to necessitous farmers. ...

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  44. THE GERM OF BOLSHEVISM.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—The Post- ' master General in a letter to the press says: —There is no doubt that the germ of Bolshevism is threatening Australia to-day, and ...

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  45. WOMEN'S LIVING WAGE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— A meeting of the Women Workers' Union last night protested against fixing the living wage for women at 30s per week. ...

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  46. ”BEADY TO DEAL WITH ALLIES.“

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Ward Price, the correspondent, reporting on 8th January, said:—:The Bolshevists at Dusseldorf are flying the red flag in sight of the Allied ...

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  47. PAPUAN OILFIELDS.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The British Government is being asked to co-operate with the Commonwealth Government' in testing the Papuan oilfields. ...

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  48. EIGHT HUNDRED KILLED.

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday —The Department of State, advises that 800 were, killed and 5000 injured in the strike at Buenos Ayrea. A Similar, outbreaks, believed to be ...

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  49. IN VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—Bush fires have been reported from many parts of Victoria. At Bruthen, George Green and his wife and family were engaged in beating the ...

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  50. QUESTION OF NUMBERS.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—The Supreme War Council discussed the question of the number of delegates each Power should send to the Conference. The French proposal for ...

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  51. DAME MELBA.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Dame Nellie Melha made her farewell appearance last night in the Town Hall at a concert tendered to Mr. John Lemmone, the well-known flauntist ...

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  52. TRADE UNION CONFERENCE.

    AMSTERDAM, Tuesday —The international Trade Union Conference to which Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and Hungary have ...

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  53. FRONT OF FIFTEEN MILES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday—Information from Rocklea to-day shows that the bush fire now has a front of about 15 mile, and is spreading in almost all directions. Thousands ...

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  54. GENERAL PAU ILL.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—According to Wellington (N.Z.) message General Pau is ill in Dunedin. ...

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  55. REACHING THE CLIMAX.

    HAGUE, Tuesday.—The latest accounts of the fighting at Berlin show that both sides are increasing their forces, and the conflict is only now reaching the climax. Ten ...

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  56. ALLIED EXPERTS.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—Among the matters discussed at this morning's meeting of the Allied military and naval experts were, firstly, decisions regarding the sending of ...

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  57. THE BOLSHEVIK SHADOW.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. Balfour, M. Clemenceau, M. Pichon, Signor Orlando, Baron Sonnino, President Wilson and Colonel House, with Marshal Foch as ...

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  58. STRANDED AUSTRALIANS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Orehard has received a cable from Wellington statin[?] that there are in New Zealand a large number of people known to be stranded ...

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  59. BUBAL DEVELOPMENT.

    LONDON, Tuesday —The “Daily Mail” says that the Ministry for Reconstruction is embarking upon a great scheme of rural development by constructing a large number of ...

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  60. GOVERNMENT IN FULL CONTROL.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The latest news from Berlin confirms the report that the Government has regained full control. It is reported that Radek has been arrested and ...

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  61. THE SARDINIA INQUIRY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday At the Sardinia inquiry to-day Pte. Albert William Jones, in reply to Mr. Broomfield, said ho had seen the O.C. alone frequently with a nurse. It was the ...

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  62. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL,

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—The Federal Cabinet has decided not to reopen at present the question of building Parliament House and buildings at Canberra. ...

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  63. THE SPEAKERSHIP.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—It is unders[?] that Mr. Levy, Chairman of Committees, tends to put up a big fight for tho Speak ship. He re[?]es for support to a very larg ...

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  64. LUXEMBURG PROCLAMATION.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Luxemburg Government has issued a proclamation denouncing the revolutionary movement for a republic, declaring that the Government has ...

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  65. SECRETARYSHIP REFUSED.

    LONDON, Tuesday—It is reported that Mr. Stephen Walsh (Laborite) has refused the Parliamentary Secretaryship of the Local Government Board. ...

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  66. FEDERAL CABINET.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—The Federal Cabinet, has decided the list for consideration at the Premiers' conference on January 22. It includes the question of ex ...

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  67. RENEWAL OF ARMISTICE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—.The Press Bureau states:—A communique from Paris shows that a British Imperial delegation consisting of British Dominion Ministers and Indian ...

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  68. STATE STEEL WORKS.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday —The Government wants a suitable s[?]e for the State steel works. Mr. Brophy, manager, is inspecting the Ipswich proposal. ...

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  69. AT PORT DARWIN.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—At a [?] ed public meeting at Port Darwin an or ised campaign against the payment of come tax until the rights of citizenship ...

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  70. BOYAL TREASURE,

    AMSTERDAM, Tuesday —The “Haagsche Post” reliably learns that treasure amounting to two million marks belonging to the Kohenzollern and Eapsburg families was.de ...

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  71. CHARGE OF MURDER.

    LONDON, Tuesday —Colonel Norman Rutherford has been arrested and charged With the murder of Major Miles Charles Eaton, of Melbourne. ...

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  74. AERIAL TRAFFIC.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday —Rules for the regulation of air traffic and navigation are new under consideration in Melboure. ...

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  75. GOVERNMENT PAYING EXPENSI

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. — Ser. Pearce states that the Government is pa Phe expenses of his family on the st Marathon from Australia to England. ...

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