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  2. INFLUENZA. 26 MORE DEATHS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 277 words
  3. COAL TRADE. ROYAL COMMISSION.

    Mr. J. L. Campbell, K.C., the Royal Commissinner appointed by the State Government to inquire into certain aspects of the coal-mining industry of New South Wales, held his first ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  4. LATE CABLE NEWS. JAPAN'S CLAIMS.

    The Paris correspondent of the New York "Times" sends the text of the agreements between Japan and England, and Japan, France, Italy, and Russia, which were made in ...

    Article : 258 words
  5. EGYPT.

    The Australian Press Association learns that, though the situation in Egypt is outwardly quiet, further disorders are feared. The 26th Division from the [?]rudja has been ...

    Article : 120 words
  6. SUMMONS TO VERSAILLES GERMANY'S IMPUDENT REPLY

    What is regarded as the culminating week of the labours of the Peace Conference opens critically. The Germans replied impudently to the ...

    Article : 301 words
  7. ANZAC DAY IN LONDON.

    A feature of Anzac Day will be a pilgrimage to the graven of Australian and New Zealand soldiers in the United Kingdom. The organisers hope to place flowers on every grave. ...

    Article : 50 words
  8. DISPUTE IN THE INDUSTRY.

    The officials of the Miners' Federation are still hopeful that the tentative agreement arrived at in Melbourne will be ratified. It was stated on behalf of the proprietors ...

    Article : 729 words
  9. EVACUATING AUSTRALIANS.

    The Agent-General for New South Wales, Sir Charles G. Wade, and the Agent-General for Western Australia, Mr. J. D. Connolly, visited the Australians on the Continent. ...

    Article : 55 words
  10. EX-SERVICE MEN AS EMIGRANTS.

    The Under-Secretary to the War Cabinet, Mr. L. C. M. Amery, has summoned a meeting of the High Commissioners and Agents-General for April 25, to meet representatives ...

    Article : 143 words
  11. ALLIED OCCUPATION.

    The estimated cost of maintaining the armies of occupation on the Rhine is £24,000,000 monthly, which Germany pays. ...

    Article : 25 words
  12. WHEN AUSTRIA WANTED PEACE.

    A Copenhagen report says that the Vienna "Mittags Zeitung" has published a letter from the Emperor Karl to the German Crown Prince, written in August, 1917, urging ...

    Article : 60 words
  13. ADRIATIC QUESTION.

    The Council of Four has been exclusively engaged on the Adriatic question. President Wilson's withdrawal is denied, though he abstained from attending ...

    Article : 121 words
  14. EGYPTIAN RIOTS.

    A few of the leaders of the riots have been court-martialled and sentenced to terms of imprisonment varying from three to 15 years. Some floggings were ordered. ...

    Article : 60 words
  15. SUPPOSED GERMAN MINE.

    News of what is believed to have been an explosion of a German mine, resulting in the death of two men, was received by the Naval Adviser to the Government early ...

    Article : 100 words
  16. SECLUDING THE GERMAN DELEGATES.

    A Paris message says it is not anticipated that the Peace Treaty will be presented to the Germans on Friday. The Paris correspondent of the New ...

    Article : 131 words
  17. GENERAL CABLES.

    According to a Rome message, a railway waggon laden with naphtha exploded at the goods station at Naples, wrecking the buildings, and killing 13, and injuring 25, mostly ...

    Article : 70 words
  18. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 33 words
  19. CENTRAL EUROPE.

    The Australian Press Association learns that the position is easier in Germany. The peasants and troops have overthrown the Soviet Government in Bavaria. The arrival ...

    Article : 298 words
  20. AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN.

    A Paris report states that Mr. Hughes, interviewed by the correspondent of a Japanese news agency, denied the rumours that the rejection of the Japanese amendment to the ...

    Article : 227 words
  21. VICTORIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  22. ODDFELLOWSHIP.

    The Independent Order of Oddfellows will be 100 years old next Saturday, having been established on April 26, 1819, at Baltimore, U.S.A. ...

    Article : 581 words
  23. ANZAC DAY.

    Anzac Duy will be celebrated on Friday next. The Centres for Soldiers' Wives and Mothers are arranging a noon Anzac service ...

    Article : 323 words
  24. COUNTRY HOSPITALS.

    At a meeting of the Jamberoo council some discussion took place upon the decision of the committee of the Kiama Hospital (six miles away) not to admit influenza cases should ...

    Article : 240 words
  25. AMERICA CRITICISED.

    President Wilson conferred with Baron Makino and Viscount Chinda, Japanese delegates. The "New York World's" Paris ...

    Article : 51 words
  26. LEAGUE MANDATES.

    The New York "Sun's" Paris correspondent states that President Wilson is determined to have the whole question of mandatories deferred until the first meeting of the League ...

    Article : 100 words
  27. RUSSIA.

    A message from Washington says the VicePresident, Mr. Marshall, declares that the proper course is for the [?] Hes to send a sufficient force to Russia to exterminate the ...

    Article : 285 words
  28. MINERS ACCEPT AGREEMENT.

    The result of the ballot on the acceptance of the tentative agreement by the members of the Colliery Employees' Federation has been announced. The figures have not been ...

    Article : 195 words
  29. A GERMAN PLOT.

    The Copenhagen correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph," states that the Lettish Legation has been informed of a serious long-prepared German plot at Libau. German occupation ...

    Article : 288 words
  30. WORK AT LEICHHARDT.

    At the present time in Leichhardt three Red Cross nurses, acting in conjunction with Health officers, are busily engaged in visiting 30 or 40 cases each day. ...

    Article : 106 words
  31. FEELING IN POLAND.

    A Paris reports says the first convoy of Polish troops, including Generals Haller and De Castellan, have departed for Poland. The Australian Press Association learns that ...

    Article : 99 words
  32. THE A.J.C. RACES.

    The committee of the Australian Jockey Club decided yesterday, subject to permission being obtained from the Chief Secretary, to hold the postponed autumn meeting early ...

    Article : 84 words
  33. THE UNIVERSITY.

    The Government has intimated to the Uni-versity, authorities that the University classes, which closed on April 7, may resume on Monday next. It was originally ...

    Article : 37 words
  34. TELEGRAM FROM MR. WATT.

    Mr. A. C. Willis, secretary to the Miners' Federation, stated last night that he had received a telegram from Mr. Watt to the effect that be (the Acting Prime Minister) ...

    Article : 88 words
  35. PADDINGTON BY-ELECTION.

    Mr. P. C. Evans, secretary to the A.L.P., stated last night that the following nominations for the Labour selection in connection with the Paddington seat had been ...

    Article : 89 words
  36. TEACHERS' COLLEGE.

    The Minister for Education has decided that the Teachers' College shall be reopened on May 5. ...

    Article : 19 words
  37. GERMAN INTERESTS IN CHINA.

    The New York "Times'" correspondent in Peking says the Chinese Cabinet has agreed, at the request of the British, French, and American Governments to dissociate German capital ...

    Article : 71 words
  38. DEATH OF CONSTABLE J. DOBBIE.

    The death of First-class Constable John Dobbie occurred at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital last evening. Deceased, who was a widower, joined the New South Wales police ...

    Article : 61 words
  39. FERRY SERVICES.

    As a result of the Influenza restrictions it has been evident for some time past that the traffic on ferry steamers, as well as on trains and trams, at certain hours of the day, ...

    Article : 249 words
  40. GUNBAR GROUNDS.

    The Secretary of Navigation has been advised that on April 18 the steamer Gunbar, whilst negotiating the crossing in the Manning River, ran aground. Efforts were made to ...

    Article : 99 words
  41. GERMAN DANGER.

    Unconfirmed news despatches from Warsaw say that a treaty between Germany and the Russian Bolsheviks has been concluded, whereby Germany is given the right to organise ...

    Article : 80 words
  42. BRITISH COMMERCE.

    The conference of Associated Chambers of Commerce carried a resolution demanding the restoration of pre-war facilities for trading. They condemned the continuance of ...

    Article : 68 words
  43. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

    The Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. Wright, yesterday afternoon dedicated a new school chapel, erected in connection with St. Gabriel's Girls' School, Waverley, which is under ...

    Article : 187 words
  44. VOLUNTARY AID'S DEATH.

    Pneumonic influenza has claimed its second victim in the ranks of the V.A.Ds. The death has been reported of Miss Oag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oag, Campbell-street, ...

    Article : 66 words
  45. TURKISH PERIL.

    The Australian Press Association says it is reported that many portions of the interior of Turkey are ignorant of the Entente victories. The only way of impressing them ...

    Article : 92 words
  46. CENTENARIAN'S DEATH.

    At the age of 103 years and 3 months. Capt. Adam Houlsby died at his residence, Speed-street, Liverpool, on Sunday, and the funeral took place at the Church of England ...

    Article : 180 words
  47. QUARANTINE REGULATIONS.

    The Melbourne authorities advise that, from April 17, all vessels arriving at Australian ports from New Zealand, provided they present a certificate regarding temperatures, etc, ...

    Article : 103 words
  48. TURKISH TURMOIL,

    The Australian Press Association says Admiral Webb, who is at Constantinople, reports disorder throughout the interior of Turkey. The Greeks and Turks are ready to ...

    Article : 84 words
  49. FRIGHTFULNESS.

    A Zurich message says the Grand Duchess Anastasie of Mecklenburg Schwerin, replying to a report that the German Crown Prince intends applying for a divorce, has sent a ...

    Article : 124 words
  50. LEFT TO STARVE.

    According to Stockholm advices, a Swedish doctor from Riga declares that the Bolsheviks are systematically annihilating the bourgeois in the Riga neighbourhood. They have isolated ...

    Article : 50 words
  51. THE BURRINGBAR.

    The steamer Burringbar, when crossing out on Saturday, touched ground inside the bar at Richmond River, and, swerving in her course, struck the north breakwater. After ...

    Article : 137 words
  52. NAVAL TRAINEES.

    A correspondent writes complaining that for the past eight or nine weeks the sailor lads on H.M.A, ships Psyche and Tingira have not been allowed leave to come ashore. He ...

    Article : 193 words
  53. DEATH OF THE REV. W. A. SOUTHWELL.

    The Rev. W. Arkinstall Southwell, the oldest Baptist minister in New South Wales, died at the age of 81 years at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. William Ardill, at Lewisham ...

    Article : 119 words
  54. THE FEDERAL STEAMERS.

    The Commonwealth Line is loading the Australglen at Hull, Middlesborough, and London, sailing about the middle of May. Replying to the criticism that the line was ...

    Article : 137 words
  55. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Captain E. F. White, of the United States army, flew an aeroplane without a stop from Chicago to New York in 6 hours 40 minutes, a distance of 727 miles. ...

    Article : 71 words
  56. OWNERS REFUSE TO SIGN

    Advice has been received by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) that the members of the Australasian Coal and Shale Employees' Federation have accepted the agreement which ...

    Article : 122 words
  57. AUSTRALIAN MAIL CONTRACT.

    The contract for the transport of mails between Great Britain and the Commonwealth will be operated again, when, the control over British shipping is removed. This mail ...

    Article : 46 words
  58. SHIPPING AMALGAMATIONS.

    Rumours are current in the city of further shipping fusions, including the Cunard with the P. and O. line. ...

    Article : 25 words
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