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  2. INDUSTRIAL NEWS.

    In the Arbitration Court yesterday, before Mr. Justice Higgins, the plaint by the Australian Workers' Union against the Adelaide Milling Co. and others, requiring ...

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  3. GENERAL NEWS.

    Mr. E. E. Roberts, general secretary of the Victorian Farmers' Union, writes to us as follows:—"In your issue of yesterday, under the heading of Farmers and the ...

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  4. QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS.

    Quarantine restrictions imposed by the States have created an extremely grave shipping position, which is outlined in a report presented by the Controller of ...

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  5. DAILY WEATHER CHART.

    The disturbance from the Bight is keeping well to the south of the mainland, and in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    There was no material change in the position of the influenza epidemic yesterday. The rise and fall in the number of cases, which is a characteristic of the disease, ...

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  7. YESTERDAY'S BAROMETER (Corrected)

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  8. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Sixty-four members of the A.I.F. who have returned since the armistice were accorded a most enthusiastic welcome home by the residents of Eaglehawk in the town ...

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  9. FORECASTS.

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  10. TECHNICAL EDUCATION.

    The South Melbourne Technical School, located on a site taken from Albert Park reserve, was officially opened yesterday by the Premier, Mr. Lawson, in the ...

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  11. GEELONG.

    John Drever Leisk, married, was before the police court on Wednesday on a charge of having abducted a girl, 18 years of age. He was remanded until Friday. ...

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  12. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA.

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  13. MAJOR PLANETS.—March 27.

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  14. OFFICIAL RAINFALL RECORDS.

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  15. QUEENSLAND STATION REPORTS.

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  16. COMPULSORY NOTIFICATION.

    At yesterday's meeting of the Board of Health Cr. Curnow asked whether the system of compulsory notification of influenza was to go on indefinitely, because if so, ...

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  17. WARRNAMBOOL.

    The city council has decided to allot the £750 allowed by the Repatriation department for the local employment of returned soldiers as follows:—Improvements to ...

    Article : 126 words
  18. STRANDED WEST AUSTRALIANS

    ADELAIDE.—The following telegram from the Premier of Western Australia, Sir H. B. Lefroy, was received on Wednesday morning by Mr. W. H. Melvin, ...

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  19. RAINFALL COMPARISON FOR MELBOURNE.

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  20. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  21. Riverina News.

    DENILIQUIN.—At the quarter [?] on Wednesday John Oliver Sheir and Charles Henry Sheir. farmers, of Finley, were aquitted on charges of sheep stealing. In each case the judge ...

    Article : 658 words
  22. The Municipal Conference.

    Yesterday the resolutions passed at the last municipal conference were placed before the several interested Ministers by a deputation from the Municipal Association. ...

    Article : 559 words
  23. ENGINE DRIVERS AND FIREMEN.

    Evidence was given in the Arbitration Court, before Mr. Justice Powers, yesterday, in connection with the plaint by the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's ...

    Article : 122 words
  24. Advertising

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  25. CASES AT BENDIGO.

    BENDIGO—A couple of additional cases of influenza have been admitted to hospital, one of them, which is of the pneumonic type, being regarded as serious. In one ...

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  26. ANOTHER DEATH AT WONTHAGGI

    WONTHAGGI.—Another death from influenza, making the twenty-second to date, occurred at the State school hospital on Wednesday night. Wednesday's figures ...

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  27. Railways Classification Board

    The attitude of the members of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, Boiler Makers' Society, Locomotive Engineers and Artisans' Association in reference to ...

    Article : 568 words
  28. Girl's Legs Broken.

    EUROA.—About a fortnight ago a daughter of Mr. C. H. Lewis, Euroa, fractured her leg near the thigh, probably as the result of a fall. While seated on the ...

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  29. BOARD OF HEALTH MUDDLE.

    Sir,—The health authorities urge us to report at once in case of influenza. Let me show how urgent the matter is in their estimation. Monday 7 p.m.: Patient sees ...

    Article : 198 words
  30. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    Williamstown Central State school will be reopened on Monday next. New Zealand war pensions in force number 25,312, of an annual value of ...

    Article : 491 words
  31. CHILDREN'S WELFARE ASSOCIATION.

    There was an excellent attendance at the sixth annual meeting of the Children's Welfare Association at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon, when Mr. A. M'Kinley ...

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  32. PORT PIRIE OUTBREAK.

    ADELAIDE.—Altogether 164 cases of influenza have been reported at Port Pirie. Two deaths occurred at the isolation hospital on Wednesday. ...

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  33. A Geelong Road Question.

    A deputation from Geelong West council and Mr. M'Guinness, of the local branch of the Farmers' Union, yesterday urged the Minister of Public Works to bring Keera-street, which is a section ...

    Article : 105 words
  34. SALE OF N.S.W. WHEAT.

    SYDNEY.—The Minister of Agriculture announced on Tuesday that 72,000 tons of inferior 1916-17 wheat bus been sold to be shipped to the East. The prices at which ...

    Article : 100 words
  35. LATE SPORTING NEWS.

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  36. Advertising

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  37. Advertising

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  38. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  39. Advertising

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