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  2. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  3. THE UNIVERSITY.

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  4. MINING. SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE.

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  5. COUNTRY NEWS.

    BERRIGAN.—The death has occurred in Melbourne of Mr. Donald Murchison, at the age of 92 years, who was a well-known grazier in the Mulwala district. He was a ...

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  6. FEDERAL VERSUS STATE.

    A telegram was received by the Director of Quarantine (Dr. Cumpston) to-day informing him of the circumstances under which the steamer Victoria was quarantined on her ...

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  7. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

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  8. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In your issue of 2nd inst., under the heading of "Preventive Rules," you give a number of directions for the prevention of Influenza, and you state that these are "officially ...

    Article : 335 words
  9. FINANCIAL.

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  10. AMERICAN FORMULA.

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  11. INCOME TAX QUERIES.

    "K. J. W.": The general exemption and the tax assessed are correct. "Company Secretary": The Income Tax Assessment Act provides that where a company distributes to ...

    Article : 173 words
  12. STEAMERS IN QUARANTINE.

    The steamer Oonah, which was delayed on Saturday last owing to trouble with the crew, was about to proceed on her voyage to Hobart yesterday when it was found that there was a ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    Sir,—I have read your leader of Wednesday, March 19, and now note (in reply) a letter— appearing in your columns, written by Mr. A. L. Moore, and published in Wednesday's, April ...

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  14. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES.

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  15. MISCELLANEOUS QUERIES.

    "Moratorium": The conditions on which the moratorium shall terminate have not been announced. It is doubtful whether the Government has got any clear ideas on the ...

    Article : 102 words
  16. THE KENILWORTH CASTLE.

    The steamer Kenilworth Castle arrived at Melbourne yesterday, and went straight into quarantine at Point Nepean. There were cases of measles and mumps on board, and it ...

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  17. NOTES.

    The Vegetable Creek output for the week to April 3 [?] 8 tons of tin oxide. The fortnightly report of North Mount Lyell mine states that operations in the No. ...

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  18. COMPANY NEWS.

    W. T. Waters and Co., Ltd., has declared a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum on ordinary shares and 6 per cent. per annum on preference shares for the half-year ...

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  19. CITY COUNCIL TO MASK.

    The Lord Mayor (Alderman R. W. Richards) approached the Minister for Health for permission to hold the usual council meeting to-night. The meeting had been called in order ...

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  20. COMMERCIAL.

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  21. SULPHATE OF ZINC.

    A correspondent asks if, in the opinion of the Health Department, atomisers diffusing sulphate of zinc are in any way injurious. A medical officer of the department replies ...

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  22. PATRIOTIC WORK AT MATRAVILLE.

    The Lord Mayor, Alderman R. W. Richards, and the Lady Mayoress on Sunday last, at the invitation of the committee of grain-and produce merchants, who are responsible for the ...

    Article : 152 words
  23. MASKS IN COURTS.

    During the brief sitting of the High Court yesterday Mr. Justice Barton and Mr. Justice Rich wore masks. The Sheriff, Mr. Walsh, was also masked, and so were the Court ...

    Article : 115 words
  24. NEWCASTLE SHOW.

    In consequence of the spread of pneumonic influenza, the secretary of the Newcastle A.H. and I. Association has been advised by the Government that the Newcastle Show ...

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  25. A.L.P. CONFERENCE POSTPONED.

    It has been decided to postpone the New South Wales State Conference of the A.L.P., which was to have been opened in Sydney on Good Friday. ...

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  26. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

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  27. INTERSTATE MARKETS.

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  28. REPATRIATION OFFICES REOPEN.

    It is announced that, unless otherwise notified, the Repatriation Offices, Chalmers-street, city, will reopen for general business to-morrow. Entrance will be by way of an ...

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  29. PRODUCE.

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  30. TIMBER-WORKERS TO CONFER.

    Mr. Fitzgerald, secretary to the Timber-workers' Union, stated yesterday that Mr. Justice Higgins had convened a compulsory conference between the employers and ...

    Article : 74 words
  31. STATE SAW MILLS.

    The Minister of Works has received a minute from the Treasurer (Mr. Gardiner) asking him to bring before Cabinet a suggestion from the Broken Hill Mining Company for the ...

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  32. DEATH OF AN ACTOR.

    Mr. Thomas Tilton, actor and producer, who played Richard Brinsley Sheridan in "Tom Moore" with Allen Doone at the Theatre Royal last week, when the season was closed ...

    Article : 55 words
  33. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS.

    In consequence of the restrictions on interstate traffic arising out of the influenza epidemic the annual conference of the United Commercial Travellers' Association of ...

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  34. THE LATE MR. A. J. ROSS.

    The funeral yesterday of Mr. Alex. J. Ross, late secretary of the New South Wales Wine and Spirit Association, was attended by representatives of many firms connected with the ...

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  35. SIR WILLIAM CRESWELL.

    The Navy Department to-day received a cable message, stating that his Majesty the King had been pleased to confer the honour of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent ...

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  36. AN EMERGENCY CALL.

    On Saturday evening, shortly before 10 o'clock, a call was received at the headquarters of the Influenza Administrative Committee in connection with a case at Waverley. As ...

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  37. CYCLING.

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  38. INDEX.

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  39. HOMEBUSH TRUCKINGS.

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  40. SLOUCH-HATTED BURGLAR.

    A burglar entered the residence of Hector Shelley, in Hamilton-street, Rose Bay, early on Saturday morning. Mrs. Shelley was awakened by hearing a noise, and, on seeing ...

    Article : 81 words
  41. CONVALESCENT NURSES.

    In response to the appeal from the matron of Currara Hospital a large number of offers of accommodation for nurses convalescing from influenza have been received, and at ...

    Article : 204 words
  42. Advertising

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  43. Advertising

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  44. RAIL AND TRAM HOSPITAL FUND.

    At the annual general meeting of the Railway and Tramway Hospital Fund, which was held in the Railway Institute, the balance-sheet for 1918 showed that the revenue ...

    Article : 102 words
  45. POSITION IN ADELAIDE.

    There were no new local centres of infection reported up to noon to-day. Three additional cases were transferred from Adelaide Hospital to the isolation hospital. ...

    Article : 33 words
  46. POSTPONED.

    The inaugural lecture by Professor Leslie Wilkinson, A.R.I.B.A., Professor of Architecture, which was to have been given at 8 p.m. to-morrow in the Great Hall of the ...

    Article : 93 words
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