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  2. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 4,276 words
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  4. QUARANTINE. THREE STATES STAND FIRM.

    Although the Queenslnnd, Western Australian, and Tasmanian Governments have until Thursday next to agree to the Commonwealth Government taking charge of quarntine ...

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  5. EASTER DAY.

    The services in the city churches yesterday were materially shortened in consequence of the restrictions imposed by the Government proclamation. Easter services are always ...

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  6. AIR FORCE.

    The Commonwealth Government has decided to organise a small but efficient air service and allow for necessary expansion by future developments. ...

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  7. TASMANIA'S REPLY TO MR. WATT.

    The Premier, Mr. Lee, has telegraphed Mr. Watt that the Tasmanian Government considers the health of the community paramount, and will not suspend the quarant[?]ne ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    The Dean of Newcastle (the Rev. H. K. Archdall), who is leaving Newcastle to take up a position as principal of the Armidale Boys' College, was farewelled on Saturday ...

    Article : 138 words
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  10. DEATH OF DR. STRETCH.

    Dr. John Francis Stretch, Bishop of Newcastle, died at Lindfield, North Shore line, on Saturday. He had lived in retirement at Lindfield for a short period, having presented his ...

    Article : 490 words
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  12. SUPREME COURT.

    Mr. Langer Owen, who has been appointed an acting Judge of the Supreme Court, to assist in the Equity Jurisdiction, owing to the absence of the Chief Judge, Mr. Justice ...

    Article : 117 words
  13. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Mr. Lloyd George has reported on the work of the British delegates to the Peace Conference. It is possible that the British Prime Minister was not particularly ...

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  14. ILLAWARRA MINERS.

    The miners on the South Coast ceased operations for the Easter holidays on Thursday. Work, will be resumed on Tuesday. So far the miners on the coast have made ...

    Article : 380 words
  15. REPATRIATION.

    The Minister for Lands (Mr. Ashford) is investigating the possibilities of viticulture, hog-raising, poultry farming, fruit-growing, prune-growing, and market gardening for the ...

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  16. THE UNREST IN INDIA.

    For some time past there have been rumours of serious disturbances in India, but the facts have been difficult to obtain owing to the censorship. It is clear, ...

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  17. THE LATE PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD.

    In a speech during the course of the Petersham by-election campaign the leader of the Opposition, Mr. John Storey, M.L.A., said:— "The people who bribed the Public Service ...

    Article : 169 words
  18. PROPERTIES RESUMED.

    Mr. Ashford stated yesterday that of [?]7 properties taken over, 17 had been purchased at the values placed on them by the local repatriation committees, 17 had been purchased ...

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  19. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Health Minister has issued a proclamation declaring Australia infected. The Minister said the latest telegrams indicated that the number of serious cases in New Zealand ...

    Article : 113 words
  20. HONOUR TO THE BRAVE. RIVERINA'S GRACEFUL ACT.

    One of the pleasantest recollections which the State Treasurer (Mr. Fitzpatrick) has brough back from Riverina, where he combined departmental business with pleasure in ...

    Article : 203 words
  21. NAURU.

    According to a passenger on the steamer Pukaki, which arrived in Sydney from Ocean Island and Nauru on Saturday evening, the inhabitants of Nauru, the ex-German ...

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  22. SOLDIERS TO LAND.

    Soldiers by the transport Port Sydney will come out of quarantine to-day. Friends and relations who have tickets marked "Port Sydney" will be admitted to ...

    Article : 73 words
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