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  2. INFLUENZA. HOME TREATMENT.

    The following advice to those who fall sick and cannot secure the services of a doctor is published in pamphlet form by the Health Department:— ...

    Article : 405 words
  3. THE CALL FOR HELP. EX-A.M.C MEN RESPOND.

    An ex-member of the A.M.C., who saw two years and nine months of military service, called yesterday at the "Herald" office to point out that the complaint of the Health ...

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  4. BY AEROPLANE. FLIGHT FROM MELBOURNE.

    On last Monday week, March 31, Flight-Commnnder C.M. Chateau and Captain Taylor, M.C., accompanied by Licutenant Oakes and a mechanic, started from Melbourne with ...

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  5. PRICE OF COAL.

    The report that a settlement had been [?]ched of the disputa between the New South Wales coal miners and the colliery proprictors over the demand of the former for a 25 per ...

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  6. HUNGARY AND THE ENTENTE.

    A Vienna message says the visit of General Smuts to Budapest is quoted by the Soviet Press as indicating that the Entente is friendly towards Socialistic ...

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  7. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    A British official measage from North Russia says: After a night bombardment, the enemy on the morning of the 5th last attacked our positions near Shredmerheneuga. The attack ...

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  8. NORTH RUSSIA.

    An Archangel report says the Boishevlks lost 700 dead in the recent fighing. A Stockholm message says that the Bolsheviks have been defeated in Northern ...

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  9. PEACE TERMS. ARE THE AMERICANS DISSATISFIED?

    It is reported that President Wilson has ordered the steamer George Washington to return to Br[?]st forthwith, indicating that the President contemplates returning ...

    Article : 456 words
  10. SAMOA. OBJECTION TO NEW ZEALAND RULE.

    According to a correspondent, there is no enthusiasm in Samoa over New Zealand's administration of those islands. One cause of dissatisfaction is the lack of provision by the ...

    Article : 243 words
  11. NURSES WANTED.

    A visit to the headquarters of the Red Cross Emergency Depots yesterday showed that a largely augmented staff was kept busy from early morning to late in the ovening enrolling ...

    Article : 266 words
  12. PETITION WITHDRAWN.

    For some time past stories have been in circulation in New Zealand about New Zealand administration in Samoa; but, probably owing to the censorship, very little publicity ...

    Article : 443 words
  13. SOUTH AFRICAN LABOUR.

    A Johannesburg message states that the settlement of the municipal strike does not imply that alt trouble has ended. On the contrary, there is a prospect of the spread ...

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  14. 22 MORE DEATHS.

    During the 24 hours ended 8 o'clock last night, the deaths of 22 more patients from influenza were notified by the Board of Health. In future the names of patients who die ...

    Article : 363 words
  15. INOCULATION.

    The investigations which are proceeding with the object of ascertaining the value of inoculation have not yet been sufficiently advauced to permit of any definite opinion ...

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  16. ALERT JAPANESE.

    An interesting feature is the number of Japanese assembled in Paris. They include 35 journalists, besides representatives of commercial and financial interests. All are ...

    Article : 215 words
  17. "NOW IS THE TIME."

    Mr. Doschfleurot, an American correspondent in Berlin, interviewed Count von Brockdorff Rantzau, who will head the German Peace Delegation to Paris. He said: "I cannot ...

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  18. CAPTAIN TAYLOR ON THE ELIGHT.

    There was an informal gathering of members of the Sydney Aerial Club in Adams' Cafe last evening, when Mr. Mncfle, chairman, congratulated the aviators on their safe ...

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  19. VALUE OF MASKS.

    In reply to cabled inquiries, the Minister for Health has received an interesting report from the health authorities at San Francisco regarding the outbreak of influenza there. The ...

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  20. OECA'S CONTINGENT.

    It is officially announced that the soldiers who returned to Sydney by the Orea will be released from quarantine this afternoon. Relations and friends who have received ...

    Article : 115 words
  21. POLISH CLAIMS.

    Paderewski (Premier of the Polish Republic). is conferring with members of the Allied Peace Conference, on the Polish claims. M. Paderewski told an interviewer that ...

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  22. AMERICA'S SHIPS.

    Mr. Hurley (chairman of the Shipping Board) stated that, during the past 18 months the United States Shipping Board constructed 3,640,406 deadweight tons of shipping. The ...

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  23. BISHOP OF NEWCASTLE.

    The Right Rev. Dr. Stephen, Bishop of Tasmania, has been elected to the see of Newcastle in succession to Bishop Stretch. ...

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  24. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  25. GERMANY DIVIDED.

    The Bavarian Government has abandoned Munich and is moving to Bamberg. Stormy scenes occurred in the Prussian National Assembly, the Conservatives openly ...

    Article : 59 words
  26. FIRE ON OIL STEAMER.

    The oil tank steamer Cardium, which left Fremantic on March 31 for the Eastern States, took fire on Saturday night 100 miles east of Esperance, and is being towed to Albany ...

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  27. MR. LLOYD GEORGE.

    Mr. Lloyd George is confined to his bed with a severe chill. ...

    Article : 26 words
  28. VICTORIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 52 words
  29. STRONGER THAN EVER.

    The "New York World's" Paris correspondent interviewed an American financial expert who has minutely studied conditions in Europe. He said: I predict England, will be ...

    Article : 87 words
  30. SHIPS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    The arrangements that have been made to embark from England between 38,000 and 40,000 Australians this month will require the service of many large transports. The ...

    Article : 315 words
  31. COUNTRY RACE MEETINGS.

    Mr. James, Minister for Education, was interviewed by representatives of the racing bodies in regard to the disabilities imposed upon country districts owing to the ban placed ...

    Article : 369 words
  32. TRANSPORT BILL.

    In the House of Commons on March 28, Mr. Shortt (Home Secretary), replying to Colo[?]el Gretton's amendment to the Transport Bill, that no undertaking should be ...

    Article : 139 words
  33. RECONSTRUCTION.

    Mr. Lloyd George's foreword to the report of the last industrial conference appeals to all sections of the community. He writes:—"I earnestly ask you to help in the creation of ...

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  34. IN VICTORIA.

    Reports received by the Registrar, covering a period of three days, indicate that there were 31 deaths in the country, including six at Bendigo. It is stated, however, that this figure ...

    Article : 112 words
  35. CITY COUNCIL.

    Last night's meeting of the City Council was held in the vestibule of the Town Hall. Masks were worn, and the chairs of the aldermen were placed several feet apart. The Lord ...

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  36. TROUBLE IN EGYPT.

    A message from Cairo states that a three-days' strike of [?] Government native officials has commenced. It is officially announced that the villagers ...

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  37. TO STABILISE WOOL PRICES.

    The "New York Times" Washington correspondent says that, at the instance of Senator King, the, American representatives in Paris will be asked to take up, with the British ...

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  38. GAS EMPLOYEES.

    Recently the New South Wales Branch of the Gas Employees' Union decided to request the Minister for Labour and Industry to take a ballot as to whether the ...

    Article : 150 words
  39. LIQUOR PROBLEM.

    The International Conference of Temperance Associations, at which Lord d'Abernon (Chairman of the Central Control Board of the Liquor Traffic), is reuresenting Britain, ...

    Article : 52 words
  40. FRIDAY NIGHT SHOPPING.

    The Shop Assistants and Warehouse Employees' Federation has urged upon the Government the question of closing all shops on Friday night, in view of the severity of the ...

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  41. FARMWORKERS' WAGES.

    The Agricultural Wages Board reports that farmers pre-war profits averaged 6/ per acre. They reached 27/8 last year, but the land had depreciated, owing to the lessened use ...

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  42. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Armagh sa[?]led from Plymouth with 1500 Australiana on board. Sir David Beatty bas hauled down his flag as Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet on ...

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  43. ORGANISING DOCTORS.

    The members of the medical profession are being organised by the British Medical Association in order to make the best use of the services of doctors who may have some ...

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  44. TRANSPORT BLOWN UP.

    The bursting of a naphtha tank aboard the transport Spiridione, leaving Venice with troops and civ[?]ians for Pola, blew up the ship. Thirty were killed and forty injured. ...

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  45. KILLED IN CAMP RIOT.

    At the inquest on five [?] Canadians who were killed during the recent[?] disturbance at Kinmel Camp, the evidence showed that several of the [?]oters were under the influence of ...

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  46. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    There was a debate at last night's meeting of the City Council on the recommendation of the finance committee that a sum not exceeding £700 should be expended on the ...

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  47. CONCESSION TO NURSES.

    The Railway Department has agreed to issue single tickets at two-third rates to individual nurses travelling for recuperative purposes after being engaged in nursing influenza ...

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  48. PIONEER GOLD-DIGGER'S DEATH.

    Mr. Michael Omara, a pioneer of the gold diggings days, died at his residence, at Wombat, aged 83. He came here 59 years ago, and is said to have been tho first man ...

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  49. HOLLAND PARK TRAGEDY.

    The trial of Lieutenant-Colonel N. Rutherford, who is charged with the mourder of Major Miles Seton, at Holland Park, has commenced. ...

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  50. SENATOR PEARCE ILL.

    Senator Pea[?]e is confined to his bed suffering from iuf[?]za. His coadition is not serious. All his engagements have been cancelled for a few days. ...

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  51. "RED FLAGGERS" SENT TO GAOL.

    At the police court to-day two men, Percival James and Guss Oranco, were sentenced to six months for having carried a red Sag in the procession on March 23. ...

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