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  2. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. A COUNCIL RESIGNS.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,—The whole of the aldermen of Carcoar Municipal Council have resigned. ...

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  3. RELIGIOUS NOTICES.

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  4. STATE PARLIAMENT. Legislative Assembly,

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Assembly resumed at, 10.30 this morning. The Chief Secretary, referring to the payment of £14,000 to John Brown, explained in justice ...

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  5. THE PEACE TREATY. What Non-Ratification Means,

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The "Times" Berlin correspondent states Herr Fresheit forecasts that the Government will attempt to break down the Peace Treaty as a result ...

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  6. FEDERAL ARENA. Assistance from Mr. Hoiman,

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Mr. Holman will tour the southern portion of the State next week in the interests of the Federal National party. ...

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  7. OVERSEAS LABOR. Weish Miners' Ballot.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—An official report states the Welsh miners ballot on the strike resulted 73,307 for and 72,837 against. ...

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  8. LEGISIATIVE COUNCIL.

    In moving the second reading of the Share Panning Bill Mr. Fitzgerald said it was one of the moat important measures ever introduced in connection with land ...

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  9. AN OFT-TOLD STORY.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A bankrupt, who was examined before the Registrar yesterday attributed his bankruptcy to losses at horse and pony racing. ...

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  10. LABOR'S CONTEMPLATED ROBBERY.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Senator McDougall speaking at the eight-hour dinner at Orange said if Mr. Hughes were returned to power the soldiers would never receive the ...

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  11. SCHEME FOR INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Prime Minister has outlined a great scheme for industrial production. At Woolwich he told a private deputation of workers, "We shall ...

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  12. INCREASE FOR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    PERTH, Thursday.—Tho West Australian Assembly has carried a motion in favor of an increase in members' salaries. ...

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  13. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL' S VIEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday. — Mr. Winston Churchill in an article in tho "Sunday Herald" appeals to statesmen and publicists to give America time to overcome tho fierce ...

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  14. KILLED BY LIGHTNING.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—During a heavy storm at Rylstone a man named Piddimoss while fencing was struck dead. by light ning. ...

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  15. QUEENSLAND MINISTER'S SPEECH.

    CASINO, Wednesday.—Mr. W. N. Gillies, Minister for Agriculture, Queensland, spoke from the balcony of the Town Hall at Casino to-night in the interests of Mr. O'Dea, the ...

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  16. VOLUNTEER-MINED COAL.

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—The Pennsylvania trainmen refuse to haul volunteermined coal. The situation is extreme in many cities. ...

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  17. BEACH INCIDENT.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—As George Cook, a well-known boxer, and another man wore walking along the beach at Bondi to-day they saw a fully-dressed girl enter the surf. ...

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  18. STRIKE OF TRAINMEN.

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—The strike situation in the United States has been complicated by the strike of 2000 trainmen at Kansas City terminals, paralysing all kinds ...

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  19. CONTROL OF SHIPPING.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The Federal Government control of interstate shipping is to continue in force until the end of 1920. Many shipowners are dissatisfied with this ...

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  20. INFLUENZA. POSITION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—The influenza position in New Zealand has much improved. ...

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  21. MR. O'DEA'S MEETINGS.

    Mr. E. O'Dea, the Labor candidate for Richmond seat, will address meetings at Gundurimba to-night and Nimbin on Monday night. ...

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  22. GERMANY'S MILITARY ORGANISATIONS.

    PARIS, Wednesday.—The Supreme Council adopted a resolution to instruct Marshal Foch to call on Germany to suppress its military organisations, which are contrary ...

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  23. ITALY.

    ROME, Wednesday.—The King in the course of his speech from the throne affirmed the Italian aspirations with regard to the Adriatic. Any military design for ...

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  24. IN FRANCE.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—French medical writers ascribe the outbreak of influenza as the severest among women wearing silk stockings. One doctor declares that he ...

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  25. N.Z. PRODUCE.

    WELLINGTON, N.Z., Thursday —The amounts paid by the Imperial Supplies Departments for New Zealand produce bought, for the Imperial Government had reached ...

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  26. LABOR AFFAIRS. Brewery Employees Out.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A mass meeting of brewery employees rejected the offer by the employees of £4 per week. The strike is now in full operation. The men demand a ...

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  27. ALLEGED INSULTING WORDS.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Ernest Edward Judd was before the C[?]tra. Summons Court to-day charged with having used the following insulting words in the Domain:—"I ...

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  28. FIUME TROUBLE.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Reuter's Belgrade correspondent says reports Lave been received that a destroyer accompanied by a transport left Fiume on 29th November, ...

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  29. A REQUEST TO HUNGARY.

    PARIS, Wednesday.—After hearing Sir Goorge Clark's report, the Supreme Council derided to request the new Hungarian Government to send a delegation to negotiate ...

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  30. FRESH MEAT.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—As soon as the improved weather conditions permit of the holding of sheep and cattle on the runs, and justify purchases for restocking, fresh meat ...

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  31. MARGARINE WORKERS.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—It was decided at a meeting of the margarine workers' section of the Factory Employees' Union to accept the offer by the employers to bring the ...

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  32. BODY FOUND.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The body of Edwin Parkes, a tram conductor, was found lying alongside a fence at Arucliffe. There was a big shot wound in the right leg above the ...

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  33. EAST-WEST RAILWAY STRIKE.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The Federated Engine. Drivers and Firemen's Association conferred-with Mr. Justice Powers in chambers regarding the East-West railway strike, ...

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  34. INTERNATIONAL LABOR CONFERENCE

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—The first International Labor Conference called under the League of Nations concluded after a month's session. The final votes included ...

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  35. AVIATION.

    BOMBAY, Wednesday.—Reuter's Rangoon correspondent states M. Poulet had arranged to start on Wednesday. but three tyres burst as the machine was moving. He ...

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  36. ATTACK ON CONSTABLE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A fight near Henderson road, Alexandria, night ended in an attack on [?] Coustable Maddison, who was strack on the head with his ...

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  37. SOLDIER SETTLEMENT.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The report of the Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission to June, laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly, shoves that £59,300 was ...

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  38. COST OF LIVING. Lithgow's Favored Position.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.— question of the cost. of living in Lithgow. being less than in the metropolis was raised in the Industrial Court on an application by the ...

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  39. RUSSIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The "Times" Reval correspondent says following the latest series of political murders in Retrograd the Reds have arrested between 5000 and 6000 ...

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  40. ALLEGED. CONSPIRACY.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—In the ordinance conspiracy ease Barton, accountant, continued his evidence. He said that £35,000 worth of cloth had been issued ...

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  41. DECISION TO CEASE WORK.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Milling Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's Union decided that the members employed in the i breweries would cease work at 10 p.m. ...

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  42. COLLIER COMMISSION.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—At the Collier Commission to-day arrangements were made that the taking of evidence should be completed by Wednesday next. Mr. Macainsh, chief ...

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  43. LIVING WAGE FOR WOMEN.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—At the Board of Trade inquiry into the living wage for women Dr. Arthur stated that just as he believed the majority of men ate too much he ...

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  44. A BAG OF OPIUM.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Two plain clothes police Who were hiding in the bushes at Cremorne Point saw a small skiff containing two men approach the shere. The ...

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  45. GENERAL CABLEGRAMS. GREEKS AND TURKS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Reuter's Salonika correspondent states when the Greek forces on 21st November were taking up the demarcation line in Asia Minor as fixed by the ...

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  46. IRELAND.

    DUBLIN, Wednesday—The death of Barton constituted 14th police murder in 1919. He was young, popular, and zealous, and was recently transferred from the ...

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  47. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A claim for £1000 damages. was made before Mr. Justice Sly by Giacomo Simonclli, an Italian reservist, from John Roache, Richard Styles, and ...

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  48. UNAWARE OF PEACE.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—A volunteer named Boucher has arrived at Dijon from Danzig, where he was discovered in prison by a commission of French officers. Six other ...

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  49. DIVORCE SUIT.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—James Harris petitioned in the Divorce Court for a dissolution of his marringe with Eveline Harris on the ground of misconduct with Douglas ...

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  50. SERBIANS IN HUNGARY.

    COPENHAGEN, Wednesday.—A report from Budapest, states there are all the indications that the Serbian troops have begun to evacuate the district of Barany, ...

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  51. ACCIDENT TO A TRAIN.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—While a train, comprising an engine and 40 trucks loaded with coal and a breakvan, was proceeding from Blayney to Cowra it got out of control on a ...

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  52. PRINCE OF WALES. ARRIVAL AT PLYMOUTH.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Prince of Wales has returned to Plymouth. ...

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  53. DESERTERS IN SWITZERLAND.

    BERNE, Wednesday.—To May, 1919, nearly 29,000 deserters have been taking refuge in Switzerland, comprising 7000 Germans, 12,000 Italians, 2000 French, and only ...

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  54. PREMIUM BONDS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The House of Commons rejected the premium bends resolution by 276 votes to 84. ...

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  55. KING OF MONTENEGRO.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—According to the French press King Nicholas of Montenegro is living in luxurious retirement at Neuilly (France). When informed of d'Annunzio's ...

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  56. AgGREATrRECEPTION

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Prince of Wales was accorded a great reception at Portsmouth, with the usual military and naval honors, and received a stirring ...

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  57. LADY ASTOR, M.P.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The debut of Lady Astor, the first woman to take a seat in the House of Commons, created a great stir. She was introduced by Mr. Balfour ...

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  59. AMERICA AND MEXICO.

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday. — Senator Fall introduced a resolution into Senate requesting President. Wilson to sever diplomatic relations with Mexico. The motion ...

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