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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS

' (London "J'imir? ' and Sydney ' Sun ' SerTiccs.) I SYDNEY. liwemlwv 26. (Received December 26. at. 10.10 a.m.) The n,i. the. navfll <lucky<K*t at : ( Vchnt'ai J.sln.ii'.l lvfuwrl in wwi; at- ChriMi iiiiiolklH unless, paid treble w.tjjes. Two ■ huit-'irc] nrcti v.-onl. nut. which jiK'ann that i iiv.'.-iiiiivls of thf <-nii;k.yo(-s will Ik- idle next iwk. 1 'llii- ' Jfcra.lt]." in tin a.ppyotia4.iv* l*»a-rit-j----i.'ii the <-i:nt<;iM.i'y of iSniniK'! .Maistkn and I Ihe introduction of Christianity t*> New ! Zealand. Miy.- : " Xf!v«T did man labor | niKre.jftreii'uousl.v for tin' gospel." When the Krntb'ti fin!; tin- sU'anK'r (la.]: (Jrant »Ik< rohbed ill"* world of a, nni'ip:-;- : collection to I'l.il'«'.--.'-;>i' i'au iek j (kv.kk'e (In- pint&L'onist of | His cnlk'i'Uim vra* t-u route, to India., where j I'tot'essm' <k-dder, was in laying i <>iil (h-Pii ---.v capital ;it TVlhi. j I'KRTH. I)e, ember 26. Tin- St.-ite in«'t-i». works." ivjiorl f'-r 1 lit \ear ended in June last .shows that a l''t-< I.f £5.571 was. made. Thcr are 2,0j0 cloivd divots id!- at I'.i-.-:i!n-,' owine; t<i i |n> <k!ii-\!:moii in the jifji-i i-*-lii'llinc iiKKU-try. I .Mr Fialit-r Ji;i.~ declined to <ot<-pt i'lemier S addan's that the IV flora I (i> i ; V!!T>i>!'!!t. -dionld d'povt nil indent mvd colon-d divers until tlic crisis i.s over, or. '.'liiernativciy, should assist in loik-vintr th-' distress. .Yir Fislior hohis that the com. <■;" d-'por* dig thf .divers must he boin.-. !iv tll"ir t'l:.'|diiyf-r.-. .M::i.i!()i:nM-;. i)r,v, n i„. r :%. j \lr .ln-tv Powers, in tin- .\ ibit rai ion jl'.-ni!. ii'!...-od the t'clt hat cniriloyeis" api lilii.'Mtin'ii that t.htt Conn should yr;iil l- a j lciliicliiiii in will's .iwiiifr Iti t!it- <it'ij)».».~.--!Oi: in trade c ;l ,isrd by the v. a - and Ihe tlrnii.u'lit. H." cxpress-ed tht- opinion tli.it (Ik- applicatkai was mad.- to .m.-ible crii-|-il"\o-n I<> continue lt> employ men at. bN.w | a livinu wa_- • for an indefinite period, litj indicnud that, tie- applicants had .-Innvn a (disposition to shirk their .share of the. hnr-d-n of tho present crisis. and hope.l cinployciM votikl !!'■: i-fqniic ih.ai all liipati ioti-in lv >ho-An by the nun. "1 he Qwv>ii r.utl Kit j,' ha.vo M'ni Christ mas i/rerliiiirs t" :'"■ .\nstraliiin Navv.

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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