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  2. THE GREAT STRIKE

    It is estimated that the railway strike cost the Government £1,000,000 daily, and that it probably cost the nation in the aggregate 50 million pounds. ...

    Article : 707 words
  3. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor entertained the following gentlemen of the racing community at dinner last night:—Sir Lancelot Stirling. K.C.M.G., Messrs. John Barker, ...

    Article : 1,174 words
  4. LABOR'S PAGEANT

    It is Eight Hours Day to-day, and the procession which will take place will give a reminder of many a similar event in Adelaide during the past half-century. But ...

    Article : 1,147 words
  5. A RUSSIAN OFFICER

    This is a Russian naval officer's narrative of his doings since the second revolution in his country. It is the abstract of what he told, piece by piece, in long ...

    Article : 3,403 words
  6. DEATH OF MR. DEAKIN

    The Hon. Alfred Deakin, a former Prime Minister of the Commonwealth on three different occasions, who had been in failing health for a considerable time, died ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 4,008 words
  7. THE FIUME COUP.

    The newspapers give prominence to an official intimation from London predicting that Britain will send Italy a message expressing surprise at the prolongation of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 157 words
  8. WAR IN RUSSIA.

    The War Office announces:—The Russian casualties include the following:— Royal Fu[?]ers—S. G. Pearse, of M[?]dura, killed, and W. Cree, of Perth, died of ...

    Article : 235 words
  9. THE PEACE TREATY

    Diplomatic advices from America indicate that the meeting of the League of Nations at Washington is not likely to take place before 1920. ...

    Article : 506 words
  10. THE AUSTRALIANS.

    The accommodation for the repatriation of 15,396 Australian troops and their fa[?] [?]es is provided on twenty-five steamers including a certain numbers of bertas in ...

    Article : 190 words
  11. THE EX-KAISER.

    It is understood that England, France, and Belgium have submitted to the Peace Conference final lists of German military officials guilty of war crimes. The Kaiser's ...

    Article : 132 words
  12. BUYING LUXURIES.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" in Berlin interviewed several prominent business men in Germany on the present condition ...

    Article : 164 words
  13. PROHIBITION.

    A number of American organisers are opening a prohibition campaign in Great Britain, under the auspices of the United Kingdom Alliance. The first meetings will ...

    Article : 43 words
  14. THE AMERICA CUP.

    The Ulster Yacht Club has formally challenged the New York Yacht Club to meet its nomince in a series of races for the America Cup in 1920. The races will ...

    Article : 49 words
  15. DEEDS OF HORROR.

    Two negroes in Georgia, who were accused of wounding the Deputy Sheriff, were l[?]ed and shot. Then their bodies were [?]anged. ...

    Article : 113 words
  16. THE SINN FEINERS.

    A serious outbreak by 40 S[?] Feiners occurred in the prison at Mountjoy (Tyrone) yesterday. The prisoners included 25 brought after a hunger strike from ...

    Article : 115 words
  17. LABOR CONFERENCE.

    The Railway Brotherhoods have decided to revise the decision to attend the National Industrial Conference. ...

    Article : 26 words
  18. NIAGARA FALLS.

    King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium visited the Niagara Falls. They were much amused by their attendant, who, after enveloping them in oi[?]ns ...

    Article : 76 words
  19. VESSELS FOR ENGLAND.

    The embargo against ships sailing to Great Britain has b[?]en lifted, and vessels are clearing from the Atlantic seaboard. ...

    Article : 29 words
  20. EIGHT HOURS DAY ATTRACTIONS.

    To-day, being Eight Hours Day, numerous attractions have been arranged to g[?]ve the public an opportunity of enjoying themselves. One of the special attractions ...

    Article : 83 words
  21. PRESIDENT WILSON.

    The health of President Wilson is improving. Owing to recent Republican attacks, President Wilson has issued a [?] ...

    Article : 81 words
  22. A NEW ZEALAND BARONET.

    The death is announced in London of Sir Charles Ralph Campbell, Bart., at the age of 69. He was for many years engaged in farming in New Zealand, and he ...

    Article : 104 words
  23. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,362 words
  24. PEARCE DISTRESS CASE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 91 words
  25. QUEENSLAND SUCCESSION DUTIES.

    At the conclusion of a judgment de[?]vered in the Full Court to-day, their [?]onors commented on the chaotic character of the probate and succession ...

    Article : 122 words
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