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SYDNEY, November 30.

/Received November 30. at 11.15 a.m.) Colonel Ryrie, commanding the Second Light Horse Brigade with the Expeditionary Force, has been presented with a horse.

Mr J. Cook (ex-Prime Minister), speaking at the presentation, said that Sir John French should have five times the number of men he has at present. Australia ought to send at least 100,000 men. “ .MADE IN GERMANY ” FOR OHINESIfcON SUMPTION. MELBOURNE, November 30. A Government proclamation prohibits the importation of papers published in China. VICTORY PREDICTED BY GOVERNOR-GENERAL. BRISBANE, November 30. Speaking at the St. Andrew’s dinner, tbs Governor-General (Sir R. Munro-Ferguson) predicted a complete victory for Great Britain. - AN UNAUTHORISED AGENT. WASHINGTON, November 29. (Received November 30, at 9 a.m.) The United Irish League of America have issued a statement denying that Sir Roger Casement is connected with the Homo Rule movement in any capacity. Sir R. Casement was not authorised in any way to represent the Irish volunteer movement, and he had never been friendly either to its objects or its policy. NO TIME FOR PEACE CELEBRATIONS. NEW YORK, November 29. (Received November 30, at 9 a.m.) . The American-Canadian-Brltish ■ Peace Centenary celebrations have been postponed until the end of the war. but the plans arranged for the church celebrations will bo carried through, including prayers for peace. AN UNPATRIOTIC MOVEMENT. ALSO AN UNWISE ONE. LONDON, November 29. • (Received November 30, at 9 a.m.) Many branches of the National Union of Railwayman have decided to demand a 5s weekly increase all round, owing to the increased cost of living and war taxation. The executive oppose pressing the demand at present, but the men are determined to force the leaders to act* . .

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MORE MEN., Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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MORE MEN. Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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