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  2. LATEST CABLES

    The importation and exportation of gas and other war devices is forbidden. German delegates are expected to enter a strong protest against drastic disarmament ...

    Article : 525 words
  3. 3 DEATHS FROM INFLUENZA AT THE GELLONG HOSPITAL.

    The house surgeon's report on the present conditions of the influenza' wards is more cheery, but for a sad reason—eight of the most serious cases have been removed by ...

    Article : 791 words
  4. GEELONG'S PHAGE-DAY FUND

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 579 words
  5. THE NURSE'S GIG

    The Osborne House phaeton is not the only, publicly subscribed nurse's vehicle in Geelong. For three years the district nurse has made her rounds in a [?]ker ...

    Article : 96 words
  6. "DON'T BOY GERMAN GOODS."

    Apologies were received for the absence of most of the members of the Geelong Chamber of Commerce for yesterday afternoon's monthly meeting, which did not ...

    Article : 743 words
  7. FORECAST, OF FINAL TERMS.

    Beginning with a preamble , stating the high aims and purposes of the Allies, and proclaiming Germany's guiltiness, the Peace Treaty is divided into ...

    Article : 992 words
  8. BOLSHEVIST ROUT BEGINS.

    It is reported by the Australian Press Association that the Finns have captured Petrograd. The Stockho[?] correspondent of the "Morning Post" ...

    Article : 308 words
  9. MEDALS FOR A.G.A VOLUNTEERS.

    The Geelong comp[?]s of the A.G.A. responded well to their country's call when war broke our, and during its four years [?]ce but their services were refused. They ...

    Article : 302 words
  10. ARTILLERY IS TO TRAIN.

    Word has been, received that the Garrison Ar[?]llery is to train next year—a military year begins on July 1—on pre-war lines. Eight days will be spent in camp and the ...

    Article : 131 words
  11. REVOLT AGAINST LENIN.

    Telegraphing from Abo, Fin[?]and, the London "Times" correspondent on May 1st said that according to trustworthy information the Bolsheviks have ...

    Article : 396 words
  12. BADGES ARE WAITING AT THE NAVY OFFICE.

    There are still a large number of badges at the Navy Office awaiting those men who volunteered for active service in the R.A.N. or the A.I.F. during the war, and were ...

    Article : 89 words
  13. GEELONG RACING CLUB.

    A meeting of the committee of the Geelong Racing Club was held yesterday. Mr. R. Vincent presided. Others present were Messrs. E. N. Be[?]her, J. F. Guthrie, E. ...

    Article : 484 words
  14. GEELONG CITY BAND.

    Messrs. W. Munday and M. H. Wright desire io acknowledge, with thanks, the following further donations to the funds of the Geelong City Band, viz:—Messrs Jas. ...

    Article : 69 words
  15. TASMANIAN APPLES ARRIVE.

    The first consignments, over 200 cases, of Tasmanian apples to come to Geelong arrived last week, and were put [?] cool store. It is expected in the trade that the ...

    Article : 121 words
  16. CORIO SCHOOL COMMITTEES.

    There were seventeen nominations for the seven positions on the South Geelong school committee. Voting was keen, resulting in a tie for seventh position. The ...

    Article : 226 words
  17. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 136 words
  18. TO-DAY'S ISSUE.

    The following news matter appears on Pages 5 and 6:—Commercial. Shipping, Entertainments, Sporting, Friendly and Debating Societies. ...

    Article : 65 words
  19. MELBOURNE'S CASES 1404.

    Admissions to hospitals. 103; discharges, 108: in hospital, 140; deaths, 7. ...

    Article : 15 words
  20. AN OUTBREAK AT LEARMONTH.

    An outbreak of influenza has occurred at Lea[?]month a few miles out of Balla[?]t. Two deaths occurred there on Monday. One of these was Mr. G. Medwell, a son of the ...

    Article : 60 words
  21. MISCELLANEOUS.

    In the list of subscriptions to the Kitchener Memorial Hospital Fund published yesterday, the fine Mrs. Arthur Murray, £[?]should have read Mrs. Catherine ...

    Article : 438 words
  22. ST. MARY'S CHURCH GAZETTE

    [?] the latest development in the parish. In the first number dated May, the editor writes:—"The first issue of the St. Mary's Church Gazette is a noteworthy event. It ...

    Article : 213 words
  23. EXTRA ACCOMMODATION AT BENDIGO

    It has been decided by the City Council to make accommodation' for 40 more patients. Some patients will be removed from the General Hospital to the ...

    Article : 55 words
  24. SPARTACISTS ARE RETREATING

    A message from Munich states that the Spartacist Committee at the Bavarian capital offered to cease fighting if General Hoffmann's troops guaranteed ...

    Article : 64 words
  25. N.S.W. POSITION IMPROVING.

    Sydney, Monday.—There were 17 admissions and 14 deaths from influenza in the metropolis to-day. A native member of the crew of the Pacif[?]ue died at the ...

    Article : 142 words
  26. STREET ACCIDENTS.

    As Mr. Ernest Ball, of Market Square, was driving along the Barwon. Heads road on Sunday afternoon, he was run into from behind by a motor-cyclist. The axle and ...

    Article : 199 words
  27. PERSONAL.

    At a meeting of the Geelong Wool Brokers' Association yesterday, Mr. J. F. Guthrie, manager for Dalgety and Co. in Get long, was un[?]mously elected president for ...

    Article : 303 words
  28. INDIA IS QUIETER.

    Thera has been issued by the Press Bureau a report by Lord Chelmsford, the Viceroy, who states:—In the Punjab the Seditious ...

    Article : 229 words
  29. SHIPPING

    After picking up between 500 and 600 tons of produce, salt, and other general cargo, the s.s. Dilkerra departed for ports in the North of Queensland. It is ...

    Article : 119 words
  30. BRISBANE'S RECORD IS GROWING.

    Brisbane, Mondays.—This evening there were 46 cases in the General Hospital and also 29 nurses suffering from declared influenza. There were three nurse under ...

    Article : 86 words
  31. GEELONG FREE LIBRARY.

    The monthly meeting of the Geelong Free library Committee was held in the buildings last evening. Those present were Messrs. B. M'Kinnon (chairman), A. Be[?]es ...

    Article : 94 words
  32. PORTLAND THINKS GEELONG GETS UNFAIR PREFERENCE.

    The sub-committee that was appointed by the State Cabinet [?] enquire into the claims of Portland to ship wheat grown in the western portion of the State, held its first ...

    Article : 43 words
  33. AT THE HOSPITAL.

    Acknowledgment is made for the following gifts:—Mrs Baglin, Geelong West rhubarb and reading matter; Miss Nash, Alexandra avenue, 2 jars jars; Mrs W.H. Smith ...

    Article : 32 words
  34. EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS.

    In the House of Commons, during question time, Mr. C. B. Harmsworth (Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs), announced that ...

    Article : 45 words
  35. POLICE COURT

    Messrs W. R. Anderson, [?] Spo[?]rt and S. Jacobs comprised the Bench at the Police Court on Monday. A carrier's licence was granted to Arthur Wall of ...

    Article : 10 words
  36. POLICE NEWS.

    [?]-constable Drew's sick [?]ve has (Continued from Previous Column.) been extended 17 days; Constable Ewart's 14 days. ...

    Article : 101 words
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