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  2. SEVENTY DAYS FROM LONDON.

    After a voyage of 70 days from London the chartered Aberdeen transport Bahia Castillo arrived at the new pier, Port Melbourne, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, with 512 ...

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  3. BATHING FATALITIES.

    At Hampton beach yesterday a double drowning fatality occurred. The victims were:— LORNA BATTY, 17, 5 Napier-street, Footscray. ...

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  4. THE SHIPPING TROUBLE.

    A state of uncertainty now exists regarding the next move in the shipping trouble. Three important events have transpired daring the past three weeks without ...

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  5. ABOUT PEOPLE

    Lord Forster received an official call at Government House on Saturday morning from the Bishop of Gippsland (Dr. Cranswick). ...

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  6. INDIA'S RE-BIRTH

    The Duke of Co[?]aught performed the last of his official functions this morning when he laid the foundation stone of the Imperial Legislative Chambers at New ...

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  7. THE ALLIES' DEMANDS.

    Professor Schucking, writing in the Berlin "Tageblatt," estimates that the cost to every German worker of the Allies' reparations demands will be 6000 marks annually ...

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  8. THE EX-KAISER ON THE WAR.

    The Berlin representative of the United Prees Association has obtained from Hemrich Petermeyer, formerly tutor to the sons of Count Bentinck, an ex- attache to ...

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  9. SINN FEIN THREATS.

    Owing to Sinn Fein threats, it has been decided to exclude the public from the ceremony of the Royal opening of Parliament on Tuesday, to which the King and ...

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  10. THE FOURTH TEST MATCH.

    In unpleasantly warm weather the fourth test match between Australia and England was continued on the Melbourne cricket ground on Saturday. There was ...

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  11. Recapture of World's Markets.

    M. Laurent, French ambassador to Berlin, states that Germany has been preparing for months for a tremendous industrial and commercial effort to recapture the ...

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  12. WAR DEBTS OF THE ALLIES.

    Mr. Houston, Secretary to the Treasury, has informed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that Great Britain on several occasions made advances to the United ...

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  13. AMERICA AND JAPAN.

    The Tokio representative of the United Press, Association states that the Osaka "Asahi Shimbun" newspaper says the refusal of the Americans to recognise the ...

    Article : 532 words
  14. THE PLAY.

    With the total 270 for six wickets, Fender accompanied his captain, Douglas (50), to the wickets. Fender took strike to Mailey, who when stumps were drawn on ...

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  15. YOUNG MAN DROWNED IN YARRA.

    Roderick M'Kenzic, 21, bank clerk, who had been living at the City Hotel, Johnston-street, Collingwood, was drowned in the Yarra at Deep Rock near Abbotsford, ...

    Article : 146 words
  16. INTERNATIONAL GOLF.

    Though the appeal for funds to enable Australia's open champion, J. H. Kirkwood, to compete in the world's golf championship at St. Andrews in June next has ...

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  17. BRITISH CABINET CHANGES.

    The King has accepted the resignations, on the ground of ill-health, of Lord Milner, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and Mr. Walter Long, First Lord of the ...

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  18. A DOUBLE RESCUE.

    SKIPTON —Doms Gellie, 14 years, had a narrow escape from drowning in Emu Creek on Friday evening. With others she went bathing in the creek, and got into ...

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  19. PAPAL AND STATE LAWS.

    The judicial committee of the Privy Council has finally disposed of the case Des Patio v. Temblay, which has involved litigation over a period of seven years. The ...

    Article : 164 words
  20. OWNERS WAITING DEVELOPMENTS.

    Matters were extremely quiet at the office of the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association on Saturday. The deputy chairman, Mr. Elford, stated that ...

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  21. A FLINDERS-LANE FIRE.

    Memories of the disastrous fire which destroyed the greater portion of the valuable warehouses in the block bounded by Flinders-street, Flinders-lane, ...

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  22. Dominions' Higher Status.

    Presiding at a dinner given by the English Speaking Union to Viscount Reading, Viceroy-Elect of India. Mr. Winston Churchill, Secretary of State for the ...

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  23. Exasperation in Sydney.

    SYDNEY.—There was no change during the week end in the shipping dispute position. There is however, increased exasperation on all sides over the ...

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  24. Anti-British Demonstrations.

    A great non-co-operation demonstration procession was arranged while the Duke was laying the foundation stone of the Legislative Chamber at New Delhi. ...

    Article : 330 words
  25. BRITISH RAILWAYS.

    Lord Clolwyn's committee on the railways war-time agreement between the companies and the Government, when the latter took over the working of the railways, shows ...

    Article : 195 words
  26. ABOLISHING SUNDAY TRAINS.

    BALLARAT.— A meeting of the Ballarat bunch of the Australian Railway Union was held at the Trades Hull on Sunday for the purpose of discussing matters ...

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  27. "GETTING RICH QUICK."

    Before the King's Bench Archibald Wall, a wealthy merchant, sued William Charles Warren, a bookmaker, to recover £15,000. Wall gave evidence that he met Warren ...

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  28. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Thomas Gleeson, retired farmer, late of Glenmaggie, who died on 21st October, by his will dated 1st September, 1918, left £2285 real estate and £2485 personality to his children. ...

    Article : 86 words
  29. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    KISMORE—Three fires broke out on the North-Eastern line, between Craigie-burn and Beveridge, on Tuesday afternoon, it being alleged that sparks from passing ...

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  30. PROTEST AGAINST PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTURE.

    The St. kilda branch of the Australian labor party on Friday passed the following resolution— That this meeting strongly protests against the ...

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  31. Fighting at Trieste.

    A young carabinier at Trieste was shot through the heart while singing patriotic, songs with his fiancee. The Nationalists thereupon assaulted the place in which the ...

    Article : 175 words
  32. British Building Trade.

    Following Cabinet conferences with the master builders, it is understood that the dilution of Labor has been referred to a reconstruction committee representing ...

    Article : 77 words
  33. PILLAGING ON WHARFS

    Mr. W. M. M'Fariane, formerly a stipendiary magistrate in Sydney, has been appointed a royal commissioner to investigate the question of pillaging on the ...

    Article : 425 words
  34. SWIMMING CHAMPIONS.

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  35. Next London Wool Sales.

    At the wool sales, commencing 22nd inst., 120,000 bales of Government and free wool will be offered. A sub-committee of the Wool Merchants' Association is ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. CARELESSLY DROPPED MATCH.

    MIRBOO NORTH.—Owing to the great quantity of grass everywhere, and the last month's hot weather, there are numerous grass fires throughout this district, an ...

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  37. LAW LIST—THIS DAY.

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  38. DISARMAMENT.

    Viscount Kato, leader of the Opposition in the Japanese Diet, declared that no responsible statesman dared to propose a restriction of the defensive scheme ...

    Article : 138 words
  39. SALES OF CANADIAN WOOL.

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  40. South African Elections.

    Though he has secured a certain majority over all parties of between 23 and 26, General Smuts, the Prime Minister, feels deeply the loss of the Minister of Justice, ...

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  41. TWO SHOPS DESTROYED.

    YARCK.—At 6 p.m. on Wednesday a fire broke out in Buckland's saddler's shop, and spread to Halligan's blacksmith's shop, completely destroying both shops. About ...

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  42. Typhus-Infected Immigrants.

    The United States health authorities are alarmed over the danger of a typhus epidemic arising from infected immigrants, 39 cases having arrived on ships since 1st ...

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  43. Private Advices.

    Dargety and Co. Ltd. report having received the following cablegram from their London office dated 11th February.:—20,700 bales were offered at the Government wool sales, Liverpool. ...

    Article : 81 words
  44. Schoolboy Players on Tour.

    During the past, fornight the Scotch College Dramatic Society has been touring the Western district with a play. The Last Waltz, written by one of the boys of the ...

    Article : 150 words
  45. STATE AID FOR HOSPITALS.

    Prince Albert, Duke of York, speaking at the Hospital Saturday Fund dinner, wholeheartedly favored the continuance of the system of maintaining hospitals by ...

    Article : 82 words
  46. GENERAL CABLES.

    A recommendation favoring the establishing of a separate university at Cambridge for women has been defeated. It is stated that direct actionists are ...

    Article : 67 words
  47. VICTORIAN STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS.

    At the monthly meeting of the council of the Victorian State School Teachers' Union, held at the Athenæum, the president, Mr. J. Braithwaite, being in the ...

    Article : 124 words
  48. INSOLVENCIES.

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  49. Sectional Stoppages in Mines.

    states that the Hebburn miners have decided by a large majority—with a view of discouraging sectional stoppages the colliery—that a fine of £1 be imposed on ...

    Article : 92 words
  50. APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE GRANTED

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  51. Advertising

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  52. AUSTRALIA HOUSE STAFF.

    Mr. J. K. Coluins, Secretary to the Commonwealth Treasury, has completed a reclassification of the Australia House staff, and is promulgating forthwith his decisions, ...

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  53. Advertising

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  54. Advertising

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  55. Advertising

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