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  3. LATE TELEGRAMS.

    The troops who are returning by the Margha are due to reach Kangaroo Point military hospital at 5 p.m. to-day. ...

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  4. LATEST CABLE NEWS.

    Speaking in the House of Assembly, the leader of the Unionist party, Sir Thomas Smartt, drew attention to the nationalist newspapers' incitement of ...

    Article : 162 words
  5. THE INFLUENZA.

    It is estimated that about 3000 Queenslanders have been passed through the border quarantine camps since the epidemic embargo was ...

    Article : 140 words
  6. Railway Construction in Ipswich.

    The 55th anniversary of the turning of the first sod of the Queensland railways lean passed, and now that much animation is again in evidence in ...

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  7. FOUR NATIONS STARVING.

    Speaking in Neweastle, the Food Controller (Mr. G. H. Roberts) declared upon unimpeachable authority that the food situation throughout ...

    Article : 78 words
  8. CONSTABLE'S SUDDEN DEATH.

    Constable P. J. Sweeney, a wellknown policeman, died suddenly to-day as the result of a fit while on duty. The medical testimony showed that ...

    Article : 38 words
  9. CABLE BREVITIES.

    The "Standard" asserts that Lord Curzon, the leader of the Government in the House of Lords, will succeed Mr. Balfour as Minister for Foreign Affairs ...

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  10. LORD MAYOR OF SYDNEY.

    Ald. R. W. Richards, the civil reform nominee, to-day defeated, by 13 votes to 12, the Labour candidate, Aid. W. H. Lambert, in the contest for the ...

    Article : 49 words
  11. BORDER CAMPS CHARGES.

    Mr. C. Taylor, M.L.A., interviewed the Home Secretary this morning regarding the 7/6 charged to stranded Queenslanders while in the border ...

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  12. U.S.A. RAILWAYS.

    The Government is determined to retain control of the railroads, despite the failure of Congress to provide appropriations. The railways will ...

    Article : 47 words
  13. MILITARY STATUS OF GERMANY.

    The Press Bureau announces that a Paris communique states: The Supreme War Council discussed the report of the military experts, presented by ...

    Article : 55 words
  14. FATAL BICYCLE COLLISION.

    A remarkable accident is reported from Goulburn. John Griffin and E. Thorpe were descending opposite hills On free-wheel bicycles and came into ...

    Article : 48 words
  15. CHANNEL TUNNEL.

    Mr. Bonar Law has announced that the Government is considering the question of employing soldiers for the immediate construction of the ...

    Article : 34 words
  16. BILLIARDS.

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  17. ALLEGED LIBEL.

    At the Dubbo District Court to-day, Carl Herman von Schill secured £10 damages against Sydney J. Cadman for alleged libel, contained in a letter ...

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  18. LAIDLEY CRICKET.

    Our correspondent writers:—The married men went down on the Laidley cricket ground this afternoon after a most interesting match, decided on ...

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  19. GERMAN DISARMAMENT.

    It is an open secret that Mr. Lloyd George considers the disarmament of the German army and navy the touch stone of the Peace Conference. He ...

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  20. TO BE RELEASED ON FRIDAY.

    The divisional traffic manager (Mr. G. R. Steer) advises that 220 persons will be released from the Wallangarra quarantine camp, on Friday morning, 14th ...

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  21. ADVANCES TO RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    The Farmers' and Settlers' Association has decided to request the State Government to pass legislation providing for the whole of the interest ...

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  22. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    It would appear that the influenza epidemic is gaining ground in New South Wales. There were 27 fresh cases reported to-day and one death. ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. AIR SERVICE TO CHINA.

    The Pekin correspondent of the "Times" states that the Government of China has authorised a syndicate to establish an air service to China, ...

    Article : 62 words
  24. DIVORCE MATTER.

    In the case of Eva A. Catts against J. H. Catts, M.P., for an interim order for alimony, Justice Gordon, in the Divorce Court to-day, ordered the ...

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  25. VICTORIAN POSITION.

    In Victoria 16 deaths were reported from influenza. Altogether there were 175 new cases admited to hospital and 114 discharged. ...

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  26. "TROOPER BLUE GUM" DEAD.

    A private cable received to-day announced the death in London from infiuenza of Major Oliver Hogue, wellknown under the pen name of ...

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  27. INFLUENZA ON STEAMER.

    The steamer Orca, bound from England and to Australia with a contingent of Australian troops, arrived here with forty cases of influenza, of which two ...

    Article : 57 words
  28. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

    Mrs. J. M. Campbell, widow of the late Mr. James Malcolm Campbell, recently of London, accompanied by her three children (two daughters and a ...

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  29. SHIP AND WHARF WORKERS.

    Registration of the Australian Ship and Wharf Workers' Association, which includes loyalists, having been refused, the Cabinet has decided to introduce in ...

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  30. WEST END FOOTBALL CLUB.

    There was no mistaking the feelings of the crowd which assembled in the spacious dining room of the City View Hotel last Saturday evening in ...

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  31. CHARGE OF PERJURY.

    Rufe Naylor has been committed for trial on a charge of perjury, in connection with an affidavit he swore in regard to a mining company at Hodder ...

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  32. CONTROL OF PRICES.

    Control of the prices of several commodities is being withdrawn by the Federal Government, but the articles mentioned are still to remain ...

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  33. LYONS FAIR.

    The first week of the Lyons fair showns signs of improving business, and it is hoped that the final week will prove that the articles previously made ...

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  34. SHIPBUILDING CONTRACT.

    Having cancelled one contract for the building of six wooden ships, the Federal Government is endeavouring to obtain further relief from further ...

    Article : 76 words
  35. Kalbar Letter.

    school of Arts Concert.—What must be termed a very successful concert from every standpoint eventuated in the local School of Arts Hall on ...

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  36. RIOTS IN BERLIN.

    Telegrams from Berlin continue to claim victory for the Spartacusites. They are occupying the public buildings and are taking many prisoners, a ...

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  37. DESTROYERS AND SUBMARINES.

    The Federal Government has not yet decided exactly what it will do with the gift of destroyers and submarines from Britain. Probably it will be ...

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  38. VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR SOLDIERS.

    The Federal Cabinet has decided to grant facilities for vocational training to all soldiers who enlisted under the age of 20. The decision involves 17,000 ...

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  39. RIOTS IN GERMANY.

    The Spartacusites have captured the police station at Lichtonberg a suburb of Berlin, where they murdered 60 officers and soldiers. ...

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  40. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT.

    Further disadvantages under which South Australia labours were furnished by a deputation of the Flourmill Employees' Association that waited on ...

    Article : 110 words
  41. WIRELESS TO AUSTRALIA.

    The Commonwealth Government has not yet come to any decision with regard to the proposal of the Marconi Wireless Coy, to eroct a large wireless ...

    Article : 111 words
  42. KILLED BY A CAR.

    A married woman, the mother of five children, was killed in Hay-street by a motor car on Friday night, and the City Council has now decided to close ...

    Article : 46 words
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