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  2. THE NEW GERMANY

    Cob[?]nz has been proclaimed the capital of the new Rhine Republic Coblenz is situated between the Rhine and the Moselle, and was before the armistice a ...

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  3. A BIG STRIKE.

    The correspondent of the New York "Times" at Montreal states:—The strike which began in Winni[?]eg concerning the recognition of unions has spread until it ...

    Article : 201 words
  4. NO FURTHER DELAY

    The All[?]es have granted Ausria 15 days [?] which to prepare her reply to the peace terms. Prior to the presentation of the terms. Signo[?] Orlando and Colonel House ...

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  5. BIRTHDAY HONORS

    The following are among the recipients of Birthday honors:— Order of Merit. Admiral Sir David Beatty, G.C.B, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DEATH OF THE REV. CHARLES MARTIN.

    Widespread regret will be felt throughout Methodist circles in Australia at the announcement of the death, which occurred an Woodville on Tuesday morning, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. BOLSHEVISM IN AMERICA

    Serious bomb explosion are reported from Washington. B[?]ston, Philadelphia. Cleveland, Pittsburg, Paterson, Now York, Newtonville, and Massachusetts. They ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. THE SHIPPING TROUBLE

    The ballot suggested by Mr. Justice Hig[?]?s at the compulsory conference last [?]eek on the question whether the seanen shall man the ships, when the dispute ...

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  9. SOUTH AFRICA

    The J[?]annesburg Chamber of Mines has telegraphed to the Acting Premier, pointing out the serious loss sustained through the existing arrangements for the ...

    Article : 439 words
  10. NEWCASTLE EXPLOSION.

    An official announcement has been made that 32 persons were injured by the recent explosion at Newcastle-on-T[?]ne. No one was killed, and no one [?]missing. ...

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  11. FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA.

    The firm of Kodak Australia, Ltd., have offered to the airmen who propose tackling the flight by air to Australia a sum of £1,000 in prizes for a series of photographs ...

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  12. KNIGHT OF THE AIR.

    Knight of the Air was sold at Newmarket to-day for 4,400 guineas[?] ...

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  13. THE SOMALI.

    The steamer Somali has sailed for Australia with 89 officers on board. ...

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  14. THE LABOR MANIFESTO.

    Sir Joseph Cook in an interview published to-day, deplores the Labor manifesto. He points out that the conditions imposed on Germany are ...

    Article : 192 words
  15. PROF[?]TEERING.

    Sir Auckland Geddes, in the House of Commons to-day, said the Board of Trade is making an investigation of prices preparatory to asking Parliament to grant ...

    Article : 38 words
  16. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    A labor trouble occurred about two hours after the killing season at Vestey's meat[?]orks began this morning. The start had already been delayed two weeks owing to ...

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  17. ARISTOCRATIC MARRIAGE.

    Lord Ribblesdale has been secretly married to Mrs. T. J. Astor, who was the fitst wife of Colonel J. J. Astor, who was drowned when the Lusitania was torpedoed ...

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  18. A PEACE LOAN.

    The Goverrment loan of £250,000,000, to be authorised by a Parliamentary resolution. is to cover the deficit of the year and to create a sinking fund. ...

    Article : 112 words
  19. NORTHERN TERRITORY MINES.

    The Minister for Home and Territories is carrying out an interesting repatriatio [?] scheme, which may lead to the discovery of valuable mineral deposits in the ...

    Article : 209 words
  20. THE KING'S BIRTHDAY.

    The only celebrations of the King's Birth day in Sydney to-day were of an official character. The holiday will be held next Monday. All the warships in the harbor were ...

    Article : 82 words
  21. THE AFGHAN WAR.

    Official:—The Amir of Afghanistan has sent to the V[?]ceroy of India a letter in which he asks for peace and declares that he never intended to sever his friendship ...

    Article : 131 words
  22. THE MYSTERIOUS MESSAGE.

    Make your peace—your hour has come. Night and day these words were convoyed to a person occupying a high position in society. At first it was thought that a joke ...

    Article : 86 words
  23. TRAGEDY AT VALENCE.

    As a result of the ignition of a film, and the consequent panic, which occurred during a cinema show in connection with the loan of Are celebrations at Valence, ...

    Article : 60 words
  24. IMPERIAL POLITICS.

    A conference of members of the House of Commons considered the formation of a Parliamentary group for the purpose of arranging a scheme of Imperial ...

    Article : 141 words
  25. SURGEON-GENERAL WILLIAMS.

    Senator Pearce represented Australia at a service yesterday in memory of SurgeonGeneral Williams. ...

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  26. THE RUSSIAN OUTLOOK.

    President Wilson's consent to the message to Admiral Kolchak, promising recognition of the Government he is laboring to form in Russia; was only given hesitatingly, ...

    Article : 121 words
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  28. INDIAN UNREST.

    Mr. Montagu, Secretary for India, speaking, yesterday, and the perplexity of the Mohammedan world, arising out of Turkey's defeat, was one of the causes o[?] ...

    Article : 278 words
  29. NEWSPAPERS QUARRELLING.

    Sir William Cullen (Chief Justice), Mr. Justice Sly, and Mr. Justice Gordon, in Banco, on Monday dismissed an application on behalf of the "Sunday Times" Newspaper, ...

    Article : 126 words
  30. BRITISH SHIPPING.

    The directors of the lnternational Mercantile Marine Company have approved of the proposed sale of the Company's English tonnage to a British syndicate. The ...

    Article : 103 words
  31. THE VICTORY DERBY.

    The Victory Derby will be [?]un at Epsom to-morrow. The betting is 5 to 4 against Panther, 9 to 1 Buchan and Pengerooney, 100 to 8 Lord Basil, and 100 to 6 ...

    Article : 117 words
  32. TASMANIAN ELECTIONS.

    Finality has not yet been reached in any of the election results. ...

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  33. LOSS OF THE TUGGERAH.

    The circumstances attending the foundering of the collier Tuggerah near Port Hacking recently, which resulted in the loss of six lives, was enquired into by ...

    Article : 298 words
  34. ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.

    Thousands of American troops in London welcomed Lieutenant Read, commander of the seaplane NC4, in an uproarious manner on the lines of the Australian ...

    Article : 123 words
  35. THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLE.

    The Australian Press Association learns that the industrial trouble continues in Egypt, and is affecting the canal employes at Suez and Port Said. The naval ...

    Article : 56 words
  36. THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    In the cricket match between the Australians and Surrey on the Kensington Oval, Surrey scored 344, of which Hobbs made 295 not out. He batted throughout ...

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  37. BRITISH BOARD OF TRADE.

    Sir Arthur Stanley has resigned the presidency of the Board of Trade through illiness. Sir Auckland Geddes succeeds him. ...

    Article : 28 words
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  40. AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION.

    Mr. Connolly, in a letter to the newspapers, discussing Lord Miluers emigration proposals in respect to ex-service men and women, urges the Ministry of Shipping to ...

    Article : 55 words
  41. BEER FAMINE IN ENGLAND.

    A Manchester deputation waited on the Food Ministry to-day in connection with the Shortage of beer, notwithstanding which the Government were continuing to ...

    Article : 109 words
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  43. TROOPING THE COLORS.

    The King to-day revived the historic e[?]emony of trooping the colors for the first [?]ne since 1914. ...

    Article : 23 words
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