Tress Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. MELBOURNE, November 4. The Conference of Federal and State Ministers continues. Tho discussion on the financial position disclosed the fact that several of the States are hard pressed for money, as the result of the war and other factors, their various requirements totaling about £20,000,000. Mr Fisher announced that the Imperial Government wcro prepared to secure money for thorn by way of a redeemable loan. Ho would" consult the Imperial authorities and ascertain the amount that was available. SYDNEY, November 4. Henry Wittmack, a well-known German, was found shot dead, with a revolver in his hand. Recently ho had been much depressed, and told his friends that ho feared the war meant the downfall of Germany. Evidonco was given to-day before the Food Commission that 40 medicinal lines had been increased 51 per cant in price since the war. They all came irom German}'.
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AUSTRALIAN NEWS, Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
AUSTRALIAN NEWS Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
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