Frees Association—By Telegraph—Copyright,
GERMAN HANDS DISCHARGED
SYDNEY, October 31 (Received October 31, at 10.10 a.m.)
A meeting of the Lithgow ironworkers decided to ask tho management to discharge* a number of German employees. The management declared that tho men were good woikmeu and good citizens, but we enviUing to concede tiic request. Tho arrivals trom New Britain complain of the .iil-ticatmcnt of white prisoners' at Gorman bands'.
The- Mines Department report an important discovery of silver zinc, cro at Firt-fiy field, Hiilg-.’ov-e. The heat wave lias returned over a greater part of the continent; 96deg was re gusto red in Sydney—the highest October record since 19C0.
Btormo and bush fires arc considerably damaging (hr crons. ADELAIDE; October 51.
The three- adult .sons of Roimann, a, settler al Loxton, were caught in a- bush lire and. fatally burned.
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AUSTRALIAN CABLES, Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
AUSTRALIAN CABLES Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
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