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  2. FEEDING EUROPE

    Mr. Hoover, who sails for America to day, says:—The Western Hemisphere can not possibly supply the deficiencies of Europe. Continued credits will only ...

    Article : 80 words
  3. BOTHA'S SUCCESSOR.

    General Smuts has accepted the invitation of the Governor-General to form a new Cabinet. All his late colleagues will continue in their former offices under his ...

    Article : 315 words
  4. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.

    In view of the suggested entry of the Premier (Mr. Ryan) into Federal politics the statement which he made yesterday in criticism of the Commonwealth ...

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  5. THE AUSTRALIANS

    The subdivisional sales of large landed estates at inflated prices have aroused on the part of the tenant fanners, particularly in West Lancashire, a fear ...

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  6. THE WORLD'S PEAGE

    M. Jusserant, speaking at the Lafayefte anniversary, said:—France is rebuilding her national life with the same courage as that which she showed in ...

    Article : 398 words
  7. ANOTHER BIG STRIKE POSSIBLE

    The possibility of a coal miners' strike throughout Australia is again being raised. Unrest is arising not only on the coal--fields, but as an outcome of the ...

    Article : 645 words
  8. DISTURBED EUROPE

    The Roumanian High Commissioner at Budapest defends the action of tne Roumamans in commandeering supplies, which the enemy stole dunns the invasion of ...

    Article : 960 words
  9. POLITICS OF THE PHILIPPINES

    Ten years ago Miss Mary H. Fee, one of the first women teachers sent from the United States to share in educating the boys and girls of the new possession, ...

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  10. A FALL OF SNOW

    Por the first time this year snow fell at Mount Lofty during Saturday night and on Sunday morning. When the residents rose on Sunday the landscape was ...

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  11. A HUMBLE BEGINNING

    The balance-sheet of the Australian Fund for Distressed Girls shows that the donations exceed £2,000. General Foott formed the nucleus of the amount by ...

    Article : 52 words
  12. DEVONSHIRE HOUSE.

    An Amencan syndicate has purchasec Devonshire House in Piccadilly for £1,000,000. The Syndicate intends [?] build a magnificent hotel on the site, which ...

    Article : 38 words
  13. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Lord Fisher (Admiral of the Fleet) has returned to his charge of lack of fore-sight on the part of the Admiralty. He says its members were busy formulatins ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. COST OF THE WAR.

    The Minister of Finance (M. Klotz) told the Chamber of Deputies that fhe cost of the war was £40,000,000,000, of which the Allies share was £27,000,000,000. France ...

    Article : 51 words
  15. FRENCH RAILWAY FATALITY.

    A railway accident occurred at Sainjory, near Toulouse. The poor quality of the coal caused a train to lose time and finally to stop. A Bordeaux express travelling ...

    Article : 61 words
  16. LABOR AFFAIRS.

    Mr. Arthur Henderson, the Labor leader in a speech at Walworth to-day, said people would be glad to know that the Triple Alliance had decided practically ...

    Article : 404 words
  17. BRITISH TRADE.

    The imports for Ansust saowed an increase of £38,652,892, the exports £31,250,041, and the re-exports £13,033,909. ...

    Article : 22 words
  18. GENERAL GOUGH.

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in the latest volume of his "History of the War" defends General Sir Hubert Gough, commauder of the Fifth Army on the western front, who, ...

    Article : 196 words
  19. FARMS FOR SOLDIERS.

    Mr. Ashford, Minister for Lands, speaking at Cconabarabran last night, announced that it was intended to gazette 418 farms for soldiers early next week. ...

    Article : 62 words
  20. Advertising

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  21. BUSSIAN PROBLEMS.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Sherwood Kelly, V.C., who has just returned from Archangel, in a letter to the "Daily Express." says:—"I volunteered for service in ...

    Article : 157 words
  22. AERIAL PROGRESS.

    Mr. Sydney Pickles, a well-known airman, returned here by the Orsova yesterday Mr. Pickles intends to build aeroplanes in. Australia. He foresees an aerial postal service ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION.

    In the Domain to-day a meeting of Sociahsts and members of the One Big Union was held. A motion was carried conveying fraternal greetings to M. Lenin and M. ...

    Article : 49 words
  24. A CONSTABLE ATTACKED

    Engaged in a desperate struggle with a suspected criminal whom he was attempting to arrest in Carlton late last night, Constable G. M. Wade, a young member ...

    Article : 122 words
  25. Advertising

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  26. COMPULSORY LAND PURCHASE.

    Sir—I quote from the Federal Handbook of Australia, 1914:—"In bunding Merinos up to their present state of excellcnce a skill and science have been shown which ...

    Article : 553 words
  27. QUIEN CONDEMNED.

    A dramatic episode occurred in connection with the trial by court-martial of the alleged traitor, Quien, who is charged with having betrayed Miss ...

    Article : 183 words
  28. A CHINAMAN ASSAULTED

    A Chinese gardener, War Lee, was the victim of a serious assault yesterday. War Lee was discovered in his home at Enfield oadly battered about, and his head and ...

    Article : 114 words
  29. IRATE BARRACKERS.

    At the conclusion of the Rugby League footbalL match at the Agricultural Ground yesterday, in which Balmain defeated South Sydney by the narrow margin of 1 point. ...

    Article : 164 words
  30. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Labor leaders have invited the Prince of Wales to attend a Labor demon-stration arranged in order to demand ba[?] for the fomenters of the recent general ...

    Article : 58 words
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