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  2. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    The Governor-General, attended by Captain A. R. W. Curtis, military secretary, was present at divine service at Scot's Church yesterday morning. ...

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  3. CLASH IN AMOY.

    A serious situation has arisen at Amoy, an important port in the Fukien province, as the result of the recent extradition to Formosa of two Koreans by the Japanese ...

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  4. FURTHER GENERAL RAIN.

    Heavy rain again fell in the metropolitan area during the week end, when 167 points were registered at the Weather Bureau between 10 p. m. on Saturday, ...

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  5. EMPIRE EXHIBITION.

    CANBERRA, Sunday.-- A bill will be introduced in the House of Representatives this week to give effect to the proposal for an Empire Exhibition to be ...

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  6. AERIAL PAGEANT.

    "They threw their caps. As they would hang them on the horns of the moon. Shouting their emulation."-- Shakespeare. ...

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  7. THE MIDNIGHT "EXPRESS."

    While railway revenue continues to fall rapidly the officials do not appear to realise that the decrease will continue, and probably the position will ...

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  8. THE RIGHT TO CRASH

    In a speech at Birmingham to-night the Secretary for Air, Sir Samuel Hoare, after referring to the fate of Captain Hinchcliffe and Miss Mackay, said he considered ...

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  9. COAL INDUSTRY IN ENGLAND.

    Private members' day in the House of Commons yesterday was devoted to the consideration of a bill introduced by Mr. T. Grenall, Labor member for Farnworth. ...

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  10. THE CANADIAN TARIFF

    The budget changes in the tariff on woollens were sharply criticised in the House of Commons to-day by Mr. Bennett, the Tory lender. He said that the ...

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  11. EASTER AT CANBERRA

    CANBERRA, Sunday.-- In order today for the Easter holidays, the House [?] Representatives will meet this week a Tuesday, so as to wind up on Thursday. ...

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  12. SOVIET METHODS.

    Goldstein, the General Electric Company's engineer, who was recently arrested at Donnetz with live other German engineers on a charge of being implicated ...

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  13. AMERICAN FILMS.

    United States, films were condemned by the Quebec Legislature when a bill introduced by the Premier, Mr. Taschereau. prohibiting children under the age of ...

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  14. PACIFIC CABLE BOARD.

    Referring to the reported offer by the cable and wireless companies to take over the Government's Atlantic and Pacific cables, the "Times" states it has been ...

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  15. HEAVY FALLS IN THE NORTH.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.-- Steady, soaking rain, which became heavy at times, commenced in Bendigo during Saturday night, and continued throughout to-day. ...

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  16. NEW ATLANTIC SCHEME.

    Rene Fonck, the French airman, who arrived to-day from America, says that a company with a capital of £8,000,000 has been formed to organise a ...

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  17. SEVERE GALE AT OUYEN.

    OUYEN, Sunday.-- A shower fell before dawn this morning. The day has been dull and sultry, with occasional light thunder. At 4 o'clock a sudden gale struck ...

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  18. WALL- STREET RECORDS.

    The sales on the Stock Exchange today totalled 3,585,900 shares, making the eleventh consecutive day on which over 3,000,000 shares have changed hands. ...

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  19. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    MURRAYVILLE, Saturday.-- The [?] lot for the pre- selection of a candidate to the seat for the North- West province [?] the Legislative Council resulted in ...

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  20. ITALY'S AIR STRENGTH.

    Signer Balbo, speaking in the Chamber of Deputies on the air estimates, said Italy possessed 1800 aeroplanes, more than 1000 of which were efficient for war ...

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  21. LLOYD'S NEW HOME.

    Lloyd's new building in Lendenhall- street, which cost £2,000,000, was opened by the King to-day. ...

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  22. A MALLEE DOWNPOUR.

    RAINBOW, Sunday.-- A violent thunder storm broke over the district early this morning. Heavy rain fell over a period of fourteen hours, 240 points being ...

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  23. NELSON PROVINCE.

    ST. ARNAUD, Saturday.-- Rumor current here that Mr. T. Beggs int[?] retiring from the Nelson province in [?] Legislative Council, and that ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLES.

    It is reported from Berlin that the Reichstag will be dissolved on 31st March. It is almost certain that a general election will be held on 20th May. ...

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  25. FANATICISM RUN MAD.

    An extraordinary objection to the Olympic games has been expressed by seven clergymen belonging to the Gereformeerde Church, who are opposing the Olympiad ...

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  26. RAINFALL IN RIVERINA.

    WAGGA, Sunday.-- An electrical disturbance occurred tins morning. There was vivid lightning and heavy crashes of thunder. Several smart showers fell, ...

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  27. DID HOSPITAL BLUNDER ?

    The death has been reported to the City Coroner of Esther Jane Myrtle Pownall, 18 years, of Hambleton- street, Albert Park, us the result of injuries caused by ...

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  28. RAILWAY PUNCTUALITY.

    Sir,-- The railways do not pay, yet obvious defects in the system are allowed to remain. Catching a train is a matter of uncertainty, and sometimes of ...

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  29. BRIGHTON BY-ELECTION.

    Mrs. A. Glencross, said on Saturday that she had been asked to stand [?] an independent candidate at the [?] coming elections in the Brighton [?] ...

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  30. SHIP'S CAREER ENDED.

    The American barquentine E. Rt. Sterling, which was dismasted in a gale curly in September off St. Vincent, in the West Indies, while bound from Adelaide to ...

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  31. HEAVY RAIN AT BROKEN HILL.

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday.-- Heavy rain fell in Broken Hill and district throughout to-day. The reservoirs arc sure to benefit. The crocks are flowing, but ...

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  32. MUSICIANS IN POLITICS.

    The first touch of gaiety in the political campaign is indicated with the announcement that a committee of noted musical artists, headed by Madame Galli Curel, ...

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  33. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    James Curnegle MacMullen, late of Alms- road, St. Kilda, retired surgeon, who died on 5th February, left by will dated 5th July, 1917, real estate valued at £2000 and personal property ...

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  34. RAIN IN THE COUNTRY.

    CRESSY, Sunday.-- Steady rainfall throughout this morning. 96 points being registered. EUROA, Sunday.-- On Saturday evening rain set in and continued to-day. The fall amounted ...

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  35. TRAIN CRASHES INTO BUGGY.

    WANGARATTA, Sunday.-- A fatal accident occurred on Wangaratta- Becchworth railway line between Bowser and Londrigan stations at 10.30 a. m. on ...

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  36. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. -- Although [?] counting of the West Sydney ballot to select a candidate to represent that [?]ctorate in the Labor Federal campaign [?] ...

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  37. A MAN SHOT.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.-- James Maher,, 32 years, laborer, was shot at Ultimo at 9 p. m. yesterday in street near his house. When taken to hospital with a bullet ...

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  38. SYDNEY PAGEANT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.-- There was a large attendance at an aerial pageant at Mascot aerodrome yesterday, conducted by the Australian Aero Club. The five club ...

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  39. AGENT-GENERAL FOR MALTA.

    The Senate rejected the Government's proposal to appoint an Agent- General in London. The suggestion that Sir James Connolly, ...

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  40. RECEPTION TO GOVERNOR- GENERAL.

    In connection with the Lord Mayor's reception to the Governor- General at the Town Hall to-morrow, special traffic arrangements have been made. With a view ...

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  41. KILLED BY TRAIN.

    Ah the 7.10 p. m. electric tram from Melbourne to Fern Tree Gully pulled into Heathmount station on Saturday cries of agency warned the train staff of an ...

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  42. CIGARETTE CAUSES FIRE.

    Damage of the extent of £80 was caused by fire at the registered office of Brooks Cash Registers, on the seventh floor, A. P. A. building, at the corner of ...

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  43. TIVOLI THEATRES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.-- By the death of Mrs. Madge Broadbeat, only surviving daughter of the late Harry Richards, the Tivoli properties in both Sydney and ...

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  44. GLASGOW CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY.

    Messrs. Price, Angwin and Huxham Agents- General for South Australia, West Australia and Queensland respectively, visited the Scottish Co- operative Society's ...

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  45. RAID ON A FLAT.

    Plain- clothes Constable L. B. Snker on Saturday night raided a building of residential flats in Evelyn-street, city, and there found five colored men in company ...

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  46. Air Lieutenant's Plight.

    Since 14th January the men's social department of the Salvation Army has been endeavoring to obtain work for a returned Air Force lieutenant, who, ...

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  47. AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

    SYDNEY.-- Sunday.-- Referring to the coming visit of Air Marshal Salmon from England, the Prime Minister said that no special significance was ...

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  48. RUN OVER BY TRUCK.

    William Symons, 34 years, [?] Dank[?]street, Albert Park, a railway shunter, employed at the Melbourne yards jumped off a moving truck in the yards at ...

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  49. THE STRANDED RIVERINA.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.-- It is reported that the stranded Riverina at Gabe is nearly full of water, which is in the cabins, The balance of the cargo is said to be ...

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  50. Holden's Motor Body Builders

    ADELAIDE. Sunday.-- Holden's Motor Builders announce an issue of 100,000 [?] per cent. preference [?] Mar. 22 Mar. 28 April 4 April. ...

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