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  2. LABOUR CONFERENCE.

    Successful resistance by the central executive of the Australian Labour party to a censure motion was the feature of the week-end deliberations of the Victorian ...

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  3. GOD'S SOLUTION.

    Taking his text from I. Corinthians xv., 13, "But if there is no resurrection of [?] dead, neither hath Christ been raised," Dean Hart delivered the final of a series ...

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  4. AMERICAN SEA POWER.

    The United States Secretary to the Navy (Mr. Josephus C. Daniels) has issued a statement denying that he said that Japan constituated a menace in the Pacific. He ...

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  5. PRINCE'S VOYAGE

    The official landing of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at Barbadoes on the morning of March 2[?] provided ever-shifting scenes of extraordinary ...

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  6. DEALING WITH TURKEY.

    The terms of peace drawn up for Turkey will be put before the Peace Conference at San Remo at the end of April. It is believed that the Turkish Chamber, ...

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  7. DANISH CRISIS.

    The latest news from Copenhagen regarding the grave position of affairs that has arisen in Denmark with the dismissal of the Zahle Ministry by King Christian is that ...

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  8. DISORDERED IRELAND.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) has sent a letter to the Lord Mayor of Dublin. He expresses sympathy in the dilemma in which the Lord Mayor is placed, ...

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  9. GERMAN "REDS."

    In a message sent from Essen at midnight on Thursday, the special correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" states that as a result of a conference between ...

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  10. EASTERTIDE.

    "Cool, cloudy, and humid, with showers in, Southern parts. West to south winds." Holidaymakers are scarcely congratulating themselves upon the weather which ...

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  11. PROBLEM OF RIGHTEOUSNESS.

    In connection with the conference of the Churches of Christ being held in Melbourne, the Conference sermon was delivered yesterday afternoon at the Auditorium by ...

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  12. SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.

    In spite of the uncertainly of its position and the lack of funds the Institute of Science and Industry has been dealing during the last three months with over a score ...

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  13. RUSSIA AND ALLIES.

    It is reported in Warsaw that M. Trotsky, the Bolshevik Foreign Minister, will visit London and Paris in May in order to negotiate for peace. ...

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  14. ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    The Master Carriers' Association announces that as the price of chaff was £10 5/ per ton on April 1, the increase in cartage rates for the present month will be ...

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  15. CABINET CHANGES.

    Several changes have been made in the British Cabinet. Sir Laming WorthingtonEvans, who has acted for some time as Minister for Pensions; succeeds Mr. S. N. ...

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  16. P. and 0. Company Replies.

    The managers of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company vigorously repudiate the implication of the Australian Assistant Minister for ...

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  17. UNREST IN ITALY.

    Labour unrest still prevails in italy. Extremists continue to seize works and to try and place them under the control of workers' councils. The more recent efforts at ...

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  18. CHRIST'S RESURRECTION.

    At the South St. Kilda Presbyteria[?] Church on Easter morning, the Rev. Alex. Yule, preaching from Philipp, 3-10, said that the glory of Easter Day was its ...

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  19. Channel Tunnel Scheme.

    An Austrian engineer named Janeseh, in an address to the Vienna Institute of Engineers, suggested a floating tunnel for the English Channel, consisting of ...

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  20. EJECTED FOR SEDITION.

    The New York State Assembly voted in favour of ejecting five Socialist members after the judiciary committee had found them guilty of seditious activities. Several ...

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  21. FATAL AFFRAY ON STEAMER.

    At the Morgue on Saturday the coroner (Dr. R. H. Colc) held an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Shobei, Miharu, who was fatally stabbed on ...

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  22. IRRIGATION DISTRICTS.

    The Water Commission has prepared a statement showing why it considers the next increase of the Wimmera-Mallee storages should be by utilising the Drung Drung ...

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  23. Trial of Caillaux.

    Striking evidence has been given at the trial of M. Caillaux, who has been acc[?]ed before the French Senate of assisting the enemy. A leading accountant, who has ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLES.

    Earnest Barry, the English [?]ller, who is [?]ing to Australia to [?]ow agninst Alfred Felton for the world's championship, which Felton now holds, has left England. [?] ...

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  25. IS CHRIST ALIVE?

    At the Independent Church, Collins street, yesterday morning, the Rev. J. Ernest Jones took as his subject the question, "Is Christ alive?" That was a ...

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  26. FLYING TO AUSTRALIA.

    Lieutenant R. J. Parer, who is flying to Australia, reached Akyab on Thursday from Calcutta. He left Akyab for Rangoon on Friday morning, and landed at Rangoon at ...

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  27. LEVEL CROSSING ACCIDENT.

    WHITTLESEA, Sunday.—The 8 p.m. "up" train from Whittlesea on Saturday ran down two horses and drays at the level crossing about half a mile from South ...

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  28. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES.

    Information was received by the Port Melbourne police last night that Charles west, aged 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. West, who reside at the corner of Nott and Graham streets, Port Melbourne, had ...

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  29. Icebound Russian Steamer.

    The Russian Soviet Government has sent a message to Norway, as well as to Great Britain, about the plight of the Russian steamer Solovet, which has sent out a ...

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  30. Robbers, Not Plumbers.

    Two men carried out a daring robbery at a flat in Chelsea on Friday. They called when the mistress was out, and told the maid that they wanted to repair ...

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  31. STOKER BURIED IN COAL.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Saturday.—On the vovage from London the s.s. Waimate encountered a very heavy gale after clearing the Thames. When the steamer was ...

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  32. ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL.

    There was a crowded congregation at the 11 o'clock High Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral yesterday. Arehbishop Mannix presided. The Rev. P. O'Brien sang the ...

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  33. Trawler Sunk by Mine.

    The steamer Sempton has landed at Hull the crew of the British trawler Ribble, which struck a mine in the North Sea and sank. The fishermen took to their boat, ...

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  35. BABY ABANDONED.

    Carrying a baby in her arms, a girl about 18 years of age called at the Victoria Coffee Palace, Collins street, early on Saturday evening and asked the matron, Miss ...

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  36. "No Soviet Revolution."

    Replying to a question at the annual congress of the Cape Colony Federation of Labour Unions, Mr. Creswell, the leader of the Labour party in the Assembly, said, ...

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  37. A BOWLING PRODIGY

    S. Francis, playing with Tooronga road (Malvern) State school in nine district premiership matehes since the Christinas vacation, has bowled 406 balls, securing 55 ...

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  38. MEMORIAL CHURCH.

    The foundation-stone of a Gothie Church, to be erected at East Malvern as a memorial to the soldiers and sailors who died in the war, was blessed and laid yesterday ...

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  39. The Amritsar Shootings.

    It is stilted by the Calcutta correspondent of the "Daily Express" that both the majority and minority reports of the Hunter Commission on the Amritsar riots ...

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  40. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

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  41. SIR ROSS SMITH'S FLIGHT.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—Sir Ross Smith will leave for Melbourne in the Vickers[?] aeroplane between 7 and half-past 7 o'clock to-morrow morning. ...

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  43. NEW ZEALAND MINING DISPUTE.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Saturday.—At a conference between the mine-owners and the Oh[?] branch of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, a statement of the dispute between the ...

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  46. ROBBERIES REPORTED.

    Mr. [?], proprietress of [?], a paying [?] [?] at the corner of Beatrice street [?] [?] [?]. Windsor, has reported to the police that jewellery and money [?] at £50 were ...

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