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  2. Will Sir Richard Resign?

    The Cabinet met on Monday and adjourned until this morning. It is understood that the report of the Angus Wheat Commission relating to the ...

    Article : 155 words
  3. WORLD'S PEACE

    Belgium has decided to sign the Peace treaty. The Italian Ambassador has informed M. Pichon that signor Orlando and ...

    Article : 38 words
  4. Higher Education

    Reuter learns officially that the Imperial Government has approved of a scheme whereby Imperial and Overseas ex-officers and men, including ...

    Article : 103 words
  5. Influenza

    Mr. W. Stevenson, who was admitted on May 4, died in the Isolation Hospital from Influenza to-day. Dr. Ramsay Smith staled to-day he ...

    Article : 112 words
  6. Fiume Deadlock

    In well-informed quarters in Paris a distinctly optimistic feeling prevails regarding the Fiume deadlock. Very earnest efforts are being made by both ...

    Article : 161 words
  7. Capital of the world

    The "Daily Express" correspondent at Geneva says: Several old Geneva families have offered sites for the League of Nations. A square mile and ...

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  8. RIOTS AT FREMANTLE

    Following the riots which occurred at Fremantle on Saturday the Premier (Mr. Colebateh) issued a statement on behalf of the Government. In this he ...

    Article : 241 words
  9. Italy's Isolation

    "The Times" correspondent at Milan, says: The press reflects on Italy's increasing sence of isolation regarding Flume and suspects and Signor ...

    Article : 57 words
  10. Socialist Conference

    Reuter's correspondent at Amsterdam says: The International Socialist Conference has come to a close. The next congress will be held at Geneva ...

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  11. POSITION AT BROKEN HILL.

    There are only three cases of influenza now in Broken Hill, none being serious. Nevertheless, the advisory committee urges the stopping of ...

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  12. MISSING PRISONERS.

    MR. Winston Churchill stales there are 1662 missing British prisoners in. Germany. ...

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  13. MAN CHARGED WITH RAPE.

    Clement Leslie Harris, a young married man, was on trial in the Criminal Court to-day, on a charge of having criminally assaulted a girl 15½ years ...

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  14. CLERGYMEN AT THE HOSPITAL.

    Sir, Adverting to my previous letter and reply thereto from Mr. Gowans, I regret that the reverend gentleman ...

    Article : 198 words
  15. Hungarian Soviet

    Reuter's correspondent at Berlin on April 24. says that the "Lokal Alanzieger" states: Reports from Vienna declare that the Hungarian ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT.

    A message from St. Johns says Hint Hawker and Raynham do not regard he American competition seriously. They and confident they will cross the ...

    Article : 41 words
  17. Irish American Delegates

    "The Times" correspondent in Dubline says: While awaiting the promised interview with the Prime Minister, the Irish-American delegates will visit ...

    Article : 71 words
  18. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    The London celebrations of peace, will include a great naval procession attended by Admiral Beatty and others of the Grand Fleet admirals. This ...

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  19. WOMAN'S THROAT CUT.

    Constable Galvin reported of the City watchhouse to-day that he had taken the body of Mrs. Hilda Slein, aged 28, wife of Mr. J. H. Stein, to the ...

    Article : 54 words
  20. IN THE PUBLIC EYE.

    Captain C. E. W. Bean, Australian official war correspondent is on the Kildonan Castle. The troops will be released from quarantine to-dav. ...

    Article : 208 words
  21. MILITARY BAN ON BANNERS.

    In Brisbane the Eight Hours' Day procession on Monday passed off withend any untoward incident. In deference to instructions from the military ...

    Article : 80 words
  22. MOTOR CAR ACCIDENT.

    As a result of an accident which occurred near the Botanic Holel, about 10.3O a.m. to-day, Miss Mary Holbrook a middle-aged lady. was seriously ...

    Article : 74 words
  23. PEA RIFLE FATALITY.

    A boy named Pollard, aged 15, was carrying a pea while bird shooting to-day. The rifle went off and the charge entered the back of a ...

    Article : 35 words
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