SIS NEW AHMIE3. LONDON", January 7. Ta reply to questions in the House of Lords, Karl Kitchener said that the six ju-w armies being organised included the Indians, but ezuudod tha _colonials, v/ho had not yet been sufficiently trained. were beini: made to keep up the strength of xhe" depleted Indian unito.
j Durincr tho debate that followed strong complaints weixi made of the Government's leniency to aliens, particularly in prohibited areas. Earl Crewe promised to consider the question of sweeping them out of the prohibited areas. FOOTBALLERS ENLIST. SYDNEY, January 9. Owing to the number of players who have, enlisted, tho Northern Itugliy Union have notified the New South Wales League, that it. is impossible, for an Australian team to tour England during the coming season, as was intended. DEAETII OF LABOR. (London "Times' and Sydney 'Sum' Services.) 1 LONDON. Jamiarv 7. j Employers in the Birmingham district | are reipiesting exemption from tho sehoolj boys' permit, so |.lia-t they may employ | them in order to execute tear orders. I IN SEARCH OE iIR.MOCNTS. MELBOURNE. January 8. Representatives of the Defence. Department are inspecting horses i-i.t the Flemington racing stables in search of suitable •.avalry mounts.
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BRITAIN'S PREPARATIONS., Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915