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  2. ANNIVERSARY DAY. HARBOUR CARNIVAL.

    Like most days in the Australian calendar, January 26 furnishes its meteorological surprises. Within the past ten years or so it has provided nearly the hottest, as well as ...

    Article : 352 words
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  4. THE ALIED PEACE CONFERENCE. FIRST DECISIONS.

    The plenary conference met this afternoon. Mr. W. M. Hughes and Sir Joseph Cook (Australia), [?]d Mr. W. Massey (New Zealand) attend the meeting, and Sir Joseph ...

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  5. INFLUENZA IN SYDNEY FOUR CASES IDENTIFIED

    Pneumonic-influenza has appeared in Sydney. Four cases have been definitely identified, and between 17 and 19 suspicious cases have been reported. They are all in the Randwick Military Hospital. ...

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  6. RUSSIA.

    A Stockholm report states that according to telegrams from Libau the Bolsheviks are nearly cleared out of Esthonia and Northern Livonia. It is reported that Trotsky has ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. GERMAN UNREST.

    A Copenhagen message states that owing to the results of the German elections the independent Socialists are summoning a conference to consider the question of rejoining ...

    Article : 368 words
  8. TRAVELLERS' PERMITS.

    It was ascertained late last night from the State Health officials that in regard to persons leaving New South Wales they must leave the State by way of Sydney only, and ...

    Article : 114 words
  9. THE BOLSHEVIKS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says the Bolsheviks have refused the invitation of the Peace Conference to meet on Prince's Island, in the Sea of ...

    Article : 356 words
  10. "S.O.S."

    The Health Department is issuing a [?]ard with the letters "S.O.S." printed in big block type. It asks people who are wanting any attention from the doctor, the nurse, or the ...

    Article : 97 words
  11. ISOLATED.

    A special meeting of the Federal Executive Council was held at 10 o'clock to-night, when it was decided to declare New South Wales to be infected with a quarantinable disease, ...

    Article : 608 words
  12. TEMPORARY HOSPITALS.

    In the event of the disease gaining a footing, it is proposed to use the subsidised hospitals for the purpose of treatment of patients, but as it is possible that the ...

    Article : 88 words
  13. POST-WAR PROBLEMS.

    "My reasoned view is that our democracy is sound at heart, and the madness which has sundered the Russian Empire... is a false growth which cannot survive in the ...

    Article : 1,322 words
  14. "QUACK MEDICINES."

    The Minister for Health states that steps will be taken to prevent the publication of advertisements dealing with what he describes as "quack medicines purporting to be ...

    Article : 54 words
  15. SETON MURDER CASE.

    The Inquest regarding the death of Major Miles Charles Seton, of the Australian Army Medical Corps, was concluded to-day. The court was crowded, many people being ...

    Article : 517 words
  16. RESTIVE LABOUR.

    The [?]cal-miners are returning to work, nnd the mines are expected to be fully working by Monday. The concessions granted the Yorkshire ...

    Article : 408 words
  17. PEACE PROBLEMS.

    Mr. Lloyd George had a private talk with the Japanese peace delegates. It is suggested he is anxious to appease Japan and accede to her demands in the Pacific. The Japanese are ...

    Article : 248 words
  18. INTERSTATE PASSENGERS

    Passengers who left Sydney by the 7.25 p.m. and 8.5 p.m. trains last night for Melbourne were warned at the Sydney Railway Station that they were not liable to get past Culcairn. ...

    Article : 67 words
  19. LORD JELLICOE'S VISIT.

    The Now Zealand will sail on February 20. Lord Jellicee anticipates being absent l8 months. It is not decided whether the vessel will proceed to India or Australia first. ...

    Article : 165 words
  20. FUTURE OF WOOL.

    Mr. A. Goldfinch, Director of Raw Material, speaking at the Wool Council in London, said that the danger of a short supply of wool had passed. Sufficient was now ...

    Article : 447 words
  21. ORIGIN OF OUTBREAK.

    The Director of Quarantine, Dr. Cumpston, was informed by telegram to-day of the details of the cases which were causing alarm in Sydney. ...

    Article : 143 words
  22. CONSTANTINOPLE.

    M. Venizelos suggests Constantinople as the capital for a League of Nations, being the pivotal point between Europe, Asia, and Africa, and commanding the most important straits ...

    Article : 32 words
  23. TROUBLED IRELAND.

    It is learned from a neutral source that the Germans are employing every means to hasten an Irish insurrection. Large sums of German money are still secretly transmitted to ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. POOLING WAR DEBTS.

    Financial circles are Interested in Mr. Watt's proposal to pool the Empire's war debts, but are not disposed to give opinions till fuller details are available. Some ...

    Article : 53 words
  25. USE OF MASKS.

    A prominent medical practitioner, writing under the nom de plume of "M.B., F.R.C.S.," says:—There seems little doubt that the real pneumonic-influenza is upon us, and, unless ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. THE BRITISH ARMY.

    The "Daily Express" understands that the new army proposals provide for the formation of an army of occupation on a territorial basis, consisting of fifteen divisions. ...

    Article : 40 words
  27. SUBMARINE LOSSES.

    The British during the war period lost [?]9 submarines for all causes, including 39 due to enemy action. ...

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  28. IN VICTORIA.

    The Premier, Mr. Lawson, attended a meeting of the State Clinic Committee to-night, when the position in Victoria was further considered. At the conclusion of the ...

    Article : 281 words
  29. STOLEN GOLD RETURNED.

    A report from Brussels states that a special train has arrived from Germany with gold valued at 740,000,000 franes, being specie stolen from Belgium during the war. ...

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  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The British restrictions on the importation of raw hides will be removed after January. The death is announced of Mr. William Hibberdene, traille manager of the Eastern ...

    Article : 136 words
  31. POSITION IN PORTUGAL.

    A message from Madrid says the Portuguese Government announces that the Royalist agitation has been dominated. ...

    Article : 21 words
  32. NATIONAL SHIPYARDS.

    The Press Bureau reports: The Shipping Controller announces that the national shipyards at Chepstow are being completed on a reduced scale, and invites proposals for ...

    Article : 61 words
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