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  2. COPPER CRISIS. GOVERNMENT AID REQUIRED.

    The committed appointed by the coppermining conference met yesterday at the Department of Mines. In the unavoidable absence of the Minister for Mines (Mr. J. C. L. ...

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  3. INFLUENZA. CONTINUES TO SPREAD.

    During tho 24 hours ended 8 p.m. yesterday 30 new cases of influenza were officially notified. Of thean 29 were reported by the Board of Henith, and one by the Quarantine ...

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  4. PETERSHAM. INTEREST DECLINING.

    There appears to have been a rapid decline of the unusual interest that was created in the Petersham by-election. With all hope having gone of Chaplain Captain Wilson's ...

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  5. NOT NEW. CAPTAIN CARMICHAEL'S PROGRAMME.

    The Premier, Mr. Holman, referred yesterday to the political programme outlined by Captain Carmichael, M.C., M.L.A., at Leichhardt, on Thursday night. ...

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  6. LATE CABLE NEWS. BOLSHEVISM.

    The Colicitor-General, Mr. Lamar, before the Senate Propaganda Committee, stated th[?] the I.W.W., Bolshevists, and anarchists were perfecting an amalgamation of forces ...

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  7. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The "New York Times'" Washington correspondent states that Senator Borah will submit a bill to the Senate providing for a national referendum vote on the ratification ...

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  8. THE ALLIES' TERMS TO BE HANDED TO GERMANY NEXT MONTH

    It is understood the preliminary peace turns will be handed the German delegates early in April. The document will be formally ...

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  9. ENEMY WARSHIPS.

    A report from Paris says it is believed Britain will sink her allotment of German ships, allowing France and Italy to keep theirs, owing to the declared rivalry of the United ...

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  10. COMMON WEALTH STEAMERS

    The Commonwealth Government Line is losding the steamer [?]ulla through its own brokers. Shipping circles regard this as the ...

    Article : 109 words
  11. BRITISH COMMAND.

    It is offically stated that Sir Douglas Haig has been appointed Field-Marshal Commanding-in-Chief the Forces in Great Britain. General Sir William Robertson has been ...

    Article : 37 words
  12. SOLDIERS' PARTY.

    A meeting of the executive council of the Soldiers and Citizens' Political Federation was held at Petersham on Thursday night to complete the examination of Captain ...

    Article : 138 words
  13. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 22 words
  14. AVIATION NOVELTIES.

    Major-General Scoly, Under-Secretary to the Air Department, in the House of Commons, in moving the air vote of £45,000,000, announced many aviation novelties, including ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. A THEATRICAL CONTRACT.

    A case of interest to the theatrical profession was before Judge Scholes on Friday. The parties to the suit are the plaintiff. Fanny Emily Mary Rose (professionally known as ...

    Article : 509 words
  16. VICTORIA.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 36 words
  17. LABOUR CANDIDATE.

    Mr. B. C. Olde, the Labour candidate, who is contesting the Petareham by-election, in the course of an address last night at Petersham, denounced the principles of Bolshevism. ...

    Article : 165 words
  18. DARWIN.

    The proposals of the Federal Government to appoint a nominee Advisory Council in conjunction with the Administration of the Northern Territory has been acceptud conditionally ...

    Article : 341 words
  19. GERMAN FRONTIERS.

    Frank Simmonds cables from Paris that the Allied plenipotentiaries have decided the Rhine must form Germany's western fronti[?]r, while the old western boundary of Poland ...

    Article : 97 words
  20. THE NEWCASTLE OUTBREAK.

    Only one ease of pneumonic influenza was admitted to the Waratah infect[?] us Diseases Hospital to-day, a nurse from the Newcastle Hospital. Three cases have been isolated as ...

    Article : 81 words
  21. SMOKING THEM OUT.

    The German Government forces have captured Lichtenberg, and are overcoming the Spartacists in eastern Berlin. A Berlin report says the Government troops ...

    Article : 124 words
  22. RUSSIANS AND JAPS.

    A serious encounter occurred between the Japanese and Bolsheviks on the Amur railway. The Bolsheviks out up a Japanese advance guard. The Japanese main body came ...

    Article : 75 words
  23. MINISTER TO VISIT NEWCASTLE.

    The Minister for Health (Mr. Fitzgerald) will leave Sydney for Newcastle on Tuesday night. He will return to Sydney on Wednesday. ...

    Article : 29 words
  24. HOSPITAL SHIP.

    The invalid soldiers to tho number of 150 who had been brought to Sydney in the hospital ship Kanowna were released from quarantine yesterday morning. Of the 40 ...

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  25. STATE [?]FINANCES.

    Mr. John Storey, M.L.A., leader of the State Opposition, in a statement last night concerning the Premier's (Mr. Holman) rejoinder regarding State finances, said "Mr. Holman, in ...

    Article : 439 words
  26. VESSEL RELEASED.

    The hospital ship Kanowna was released from quarantine yesterday. No fresh vessels want in. The steamer Ngakuta will be released this afternoon. ...

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  27. THE RESTRICTIONS.

    The Minister for Health (Mr. Fitzgerald) stated yesterday that the question of reimposing the restrictions had not been considered either by the Cabinet or the Consultative ...

    Article : 35 words
  28. MOSCOW HORROR.

    The "New York World's" Washington correspondent reports that according to advices reaching the State Department, Chinese soldiers have been arrested in Moscow for selling ...

    Article : 47 words
  29. DISRUPTED AUSTRIA.

    Sir William Beveridge, British Representative on the Inter-Allied Commission, suggests that from 5000 to 10,000 Allied troops should be sent to Czecbo-Slovakia to ensure the ...

    Article : 65 words
  30. ROYAL NORTH SHORE HOSPITAL.

    The annual meeting of benefacto[?]s and members of the Royal North Shore Hospital was held in the Town Hall, North Sydney on Thursday night, under the presidency of Mr. J. ...

    Article : 220 words
  31. EXTREMELY GRAVE.

    The London "Daily Mail" reports that the Irish situation is again extremely grave. SINN FEINERS' THREAT. NEW YOKK, March 12. ...

    Article : 120 words
  32. GREAT COBAR.

    Yesterday afternoon Mr. Fletcher, general manager and receiver o[?] The Great Cobar, Limited, informed a "Herald" reporter that this morning over 400 men would be paid off. ...

    Article : 318 words
  33. THE MINERS.

    The trouble at the Stanford Merthyr colliery will probably be settled at an early date. Notice was to expire to-day. However, a compulsory conference between the ...

    Article : 124 words
  34. THE ADRIATIC.

    Captain Lubrano, president of the Italian Club, speaking at a function attended by the Italian Consul and about 200 Sydney Italians, which was held to welcome the captain and ...

    Article : 300 words
  35. THE CHANNEL TUNNEL.

    Mr. Bonar Law stated in the House of Commons that before the Channel tunnel was begun the merits of a train-ferry service would be investigated. The sanction of Parliament ...

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  36. SOUTH AFRICA.

    I[?] the Assembly this afternoon the Minister for industries announcod and cheers that he had just received a telegram from Pretoria announcing that the tram strike was over. ...

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  37. AUSTRALIAN FLEET.

    The Australian Fleet will visit New Zealand shortly after its return to the Commonwealth. ...

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  38. AN HISTORIC FARM.

    Mr. W. F. Kay reports the sale of the wellknown farm Whinstanes, or Bull's Hill, near the Prospect reservoir, at Wetherill Park. This farm was held by the Lawson family for ...

    Article : 133 words
  39. STRONG WINDS IN SYDNEY.

    A very rapid move in the pressure systems brought southerlies to the coast shortly before 10 a.m. yesterday, and some strong squalls were experienced in the city, the maximum ...

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  40. CLONTARF.

    Mr. Ashford, Minister for Lands, stated yesterday that he got into communication with the directors of the ferry company with regard to the sale of the Clontarf recreation grounds. ...

    Article : 107 words
  41. MILITARY AWARDS.

    A second bar to the Military Medal has been awarded the following Australians:— Corporal V. Sload, Engineers; Private E. Corey, 5[?]th Batt. ...

    Article : 105 words
  42. GENERAL VON SANDERS.

    The Malta correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says the censor has released news of General Liman von Sanders' dramatic arrival on February 4 with 2000 troops aboard the ...

    Article : 86 words
  43. SCHOONER'S BOWSPRIT SNAPS.

    As the schooner Shannon, from Cape Hawke, was nearing Sydney Heads yesterday morning, she received the full force of the southerly squall. Before anything could be done to ...

    Article : 85 words
  44. MOTOR CARS FOR £50.

    The Detroit correspondent of the New York "Herald" says that Mr. Henry Ford has announced he will establish factories in many parts of the United States to manufacture ...

    Article : 44 words
  45. PRACTICE OF FLOGGING.

    A stir has ben caused by the first enforcement of the clause in the new Crimes Act providing for [?]logging of men convicted of assaulting girls under 13 years of age. On ...

    Article : 120 words
  46. LAND VALUATIONS.

    An old controversy was revived at the Macleny Shire Couucll by a letter from the Undersecretary of Local Government stating that it would appear that the council was using ...

    Article : 206 words
  47. A YOUTHFUL CULPRIT.

    A boy of 15 years was brought [?]ore the Childien's Court to-day, charged with the robbery at Brigg's tobacconist s[?]op, W[?]liamstreet, and McSorley's billiard room. The ...

    Article : 228 words
  48. SIR DOUGLAS HAIG.

    The "Daily Express" states that Field Marthal Sir Douglas Haig will shortly return to England, and that General Sir Willian Robertson will succeed him as Commander-in-Chief. ...

    Article : 31 words
  49. BRITISH AVIATION VOTE.

    Major-General Seely (Under-Secretary of State to the Air Department) in moving in the House of Commons an air vote of £45,000,00, said that Britain was more ...

    Article : 64 words
  50. REGISTRATION O[?] LOYALIST UNIONS.

    Owing to the decision of the Federal Government to amend the Conciliation and Arbitration Act to enable loyalists to register under it, the Melbourne Trades Hall Council has ...

    Article : 77 words
  51. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL.

    The Privy Council dismissed, with costs, the appeal in the case of Shelley v the New South Wales Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind. ...

    Article : 157 words
  52. IMPERIAL WIRELESS.

    The War Cabinet has appointed a Telegraph Communications Board, under Lord Milner, to study the question of Imperial wireless service. ...

    Article : 34 words
  53. THE VACANT SPEAKERSHIP.

    The following resolution has been adopted by the council of the Darlinghurst Liberal Club:— That this council is strongly of opinion that Mr. ...

    Article : 108 words
  54. SOCIALIST'S SENTENCE.

    The Supreme Court sustained the conviction of Eugene Debs, who was four times socialist candidate for the Presidency, on a charge of inciting sedition by disloyal speeches. The ...

    Article : 39 words
  55. U.S. NAVAL CONSTRUCTION.

    Mr. Daniels (Secretary for the Navy) has ordered the construction of six big cruisers to be suspended until a decision has been reached regarding the best type of ship. ...

    Article : 35 words
  56. SURCHARGE ON PASSENGER FARES.

    The Controller of Shipping (Rear Admiral Clarkson) announced to-day that on and after April 1 next the surcharge on passenger fares and freight charges imposed owing to ...

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  57. DEATH OF MR. W. M. MONTAGU ARNOLD.

    Mr. W. M. Montagu Arnold, of Stradbroke, Paterson River, died last week after a short illness, in his 68th year. He was a very widely-known and familiar figure in the ...

    Article : 184 words
  58. ENEMY WARSHIPS FATE.

    Mr. Macnamara (Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty) stated in the House of Commons that the Government is selling the German U-boats. It is intended to distribute the ...

    Article : 52 words
  59. EMIGRATION OF WOMEN.

    Lord Milner (Secretary of State for the Colonies) has informed the Agents-Genaral that the Government is financing a delegation of ten representatives of the Women's ...

    Article : 48 words
  60. SAFE-BREAKERS AT ULTIMO.

    The office of the Premier Co-operative Poultry and Produce Company, Ltd., in the Municipal Poultry Markets, Ultimo-road, city, was visited by safe-breakers on Thursday night. ...

    Article : 133 words
  61. FEDERAL LAND TAX.

    Monday, May 12, has been appointed as the date upon which the Federal Land Tax for the financial year ending June 30, 1919, shall be due and payable. ...

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  62. LABOUR COUNCIL EXECUTIVE.

    Messrs. G. Burns (Hotel, Club, and Caterers Employees' Union), Gibb (Clothing Trades), Kilburn (Bricklayers), W. Morby (Furniture Trades' Union), and Roels (Federated ...

    Article : 47 words
  63. ROBBERIES.

    On Wednesday night burglars entered the house of-Edward Harvey, in [?]ooth-street, Annandale, and stole jewellery and money to the total value of £20. ...

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  64. CASUALTIES.

    Mrs. Mary Sampson, residing in Botany-[?]oad. Waterloo, was admitted to the South Sydney Hospital on Thursday night suffering from the effects of poison, she having drunk a quantity ...

    Article : 96 words
  65. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Queen of Roumania and her two daughters have arrived in London. The British military authorities in Egypt have deported four Nationalist leaders for ...

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  66. LONDON [?]POLICE TROUBLE.

    The metropolitan police agitation is again serious. The Home Secretary refuses to discuss Sir Cecil Macready's ultimatum. [The Police Commissioner, General Sir Cecil ...

    Article : 76 words
  67. SALUTING OF OFFICERS.

    Military regulations have been amended to provide that in future warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and men, must salute with the right band, no matter on which side ...

    Article : 55 words
  68. PRICE OF FLOUR.

    An Order in Council has been gazetted fixing the price of flour at £15 per ton, a reduction of 10/ per ton. ...

    Article : 30 words
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