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  2. FREE TRADERS FIGHT BUDGET

    In the House of Commons Sir Donald Maclean (Peebles and Southern), leader of the Independent Party, opened the debate on the Budget. He ...

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  3. THE SUCCESS OF THE TANKS

    A lecture on the subject of tanks and tank warfare was delivered in the Norma[?] Morrison Hall at the Geelong College on Saturday evening by Lieut. ...

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  5. NEWS OF GEELONG & DISTRICT SOLDIERS.

    Mr. and Mrs. C. [?]. Graham, Come, M'Kil[?]-street have received a letter form their son, Lieut H. S. Graham. He obtained his commission on January 12th, and has ...

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  6. SCOTS' CHURCH.

    Geelong West, was well filled last evening when the Sunday School anniversary was [?]urther celebrated by a concert given en[?]irely by scholars. Rev. A. Heathcote ...

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  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    After a lapse of 15 years the Fyansford Football Club has again made another start and entered for Leigh competition. A meeting was held on Thursday, 1st May ...

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  8. HIGHTON

    As the postmistress is about to resign her position under the Postal Department, and difficulty is experienced in filling the vacancy, there is every possibility of the post ...

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  9. ANAKIE

    In the results of the examination held in Geelong in December, last by the Trinity College of Music, London, Aline M. Fowler, of Anakie, has passed in theory of music ...

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  10. PEACE AND POLITICS.

    Sir,—Under the above heading you published a letter from me last week. One [?]st acknowledge your courtesy and impartiality in these matters. In a footnote ...

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  11. MAIL SERVICE DEFECTS.

    English merchants complain of continual irregularities in the delivery of mails from Australia, despite the increase in shipping. An interval of five ...

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  12. LETHBRIDGE

    The local hall was crowded on Friday evening to welcome home Sergt. E. Sharpley, Ptes. P. J. Farreliy, C. Noble, H. Spiller and W. Bourke. Visitors were ...

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  13. WINCHELSEA.

    A meeting of members of the Winchelsea Coursing Club was held at the library on Saturday evening. Messrs. P. M.'Callum (president), T. Ryan, T. Shiuners, A. E. ...

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  14. FLYING IS THE FASHION NOW

    Bad weather has delayed the beginning of the boom in unrestricted civilian flying, which is permitted from May 1st. Thousands of persons are ...

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  15. PIPERS GREET HARRY LADDER.

    Harry Lauder, the celebrated Scottish comedian, returned to Melbourne yesterday. The re-appearance of the popular music-hall artist brought some ...

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  16. GENERAL CABLES.

    Mr. Ryan, Premier of Queensland, has returned to London. He attended the International Socialist Conference in Amsterdam. He opposed the ...

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  17. HIGH CHURCH ORGAN RECITAL.

    "We have a beautiful organ," said the Rev. T. Worsley Mag[?]re at the interval in Dr. Price's recital last night, and the [?]ard and session of the church thought we ...

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  18. 1871 FRONTIERS TO BE RESUMED

    The conditions governing the return of Alsace Lorraine are favorable to France. A striking precedent exists in the conditions under which the ...

    Article : 124 words
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  21. [?]VERS TO BE INTERNATIONALISED

    Germany undertakes to disgorge the gams acquired by various transactions during the war, including Turk[?] and Austro-Hungarian payments in ...

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  23. MAY DAY AT HOME AND ABROAD

    General rain in Britain and on the Continent marred the May Day demonstrations, which were apparently the [?]test known everywhere, except, in ...

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