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AUSTRALIAN.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright Received June 21, 10.27 a.m. The N.S.W. Land Scandal. Sydney, June 21 The Minister of Lands, being questioned in the House as to whether Willis, the principal witness before the Land Commission, had left for London, replied that the police authorities in Adelaide had telegraphed that one of the principal witnesses accompanied by a man servant was on board a steamer bound for London, and the {Government are considering what action can be taken. The Arbitration Act. The Labour leaders recognise that the recent decision of the High Court has knocked the vital principle out of the Arbitration Act, and are pondering what steps should be taken to secure an amendment of the Act.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905

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