Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. MELBOURNE, November 21. A Navigation Bill has been introduced in the Federal • Senate. It embodies the agreement arrived at by tho International Convention regarding the safety of life at sea. . , Fire gutted WaTburton Buildings in Bourkc street. The damage ifi estimated at £20,000. Messrs Warbuiton and Franki ar© the principal losers, their losses being estimated at £16,000. BRISBANE, November 21. Inquiry is proceeding into an alleged mutiny of firemen aboard the Kanowna when on the Queensland coast ou September 7. Two masked men bailed up the manager of Fairvmead plantation at Bundaberg and secured £2,000, intended for the men's wages. They disabled the manager's motor car and escaped. Tho robbers, however, were subsequently arrested, and the money was recovered. HOB ART, November 21. In the Assembly increased taxes on rente and dividends from companies (including Tattersall'e prizes) were- carried.
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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
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