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  3. MAIL NOTICES. DEPARTURES.

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  4. INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS HELD AT BLOOMFONTEIN

    The Bloomfontein Industrial Congress has carried a resolution, on the motion of Mr. Bain, in favor of the joint control of the mines by boards ...

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  5. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC

    There were three deaths from influenza in the Exhibition Hospital to-day. There are two dangerous cases in the hospital. ...

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  6. SPORTING

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  7. PEACE CONFERENCE TREATY DISCUSSED BY GERMAN CABINET

    "The Times " correspondent at The Hague reports:— "The German Cabinet preliminarily discussed the Peace Treaty, after which ...

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  8. 400 OUNCES OF SILVER FOUND IN A PIRIE HOUSE THE OCCUPIER ARRESTED.

    Detectives Mattin and Dedman at Port Pirie yesterday arrested men named Smith and Fulton. They found 400oz. of silver in Smith's house. ...

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  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PROFESSOR OF PATHOLOGY.

    The Adelaide University is asking for Government assistance to pay the stipend of the professor of pathology, who shall have charge of the Government ...

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  10. PROPOSED CHANGE OF NAME.

    Sir Henry' Galway, Governor of South Australia, urges:that the name of the Home for Incurables should be changed to the Home for the Afflicted. ...

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  11. OFFER FROM GOVERNMENT.

    The Congress has agreed to accept the Government's offer of, a conference between employers and workers to discuss the industrial position in South ...

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  12. THE ACCUSED REMANDED

    Fulton and Smith were before the Port Pirie Police Court to-day. They were remanded till to-morrow. ...

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  13. MINING. SILVER.

    Latest quotations show a rise in silver, which is now quoted at 4/5½ per ounce. ...

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  14. THE R.M.S, MANUKA DELAYED IN SAILING FROM NEW ZEALAND

    The R.M.S. Manuka, is delayed in New Zealand from sailing as arranged owing to the men refusing to work on the vessel. ...

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  15. THE TERMS DENOUNCED IN GERMAN, PROCLAMATION

    Reuter's Copenhagen correspondent reports:— "The German Government has issued a proclamation denouncing the peace ...

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  16. AN AIRSHIP ADRIFT BREAKS FROM MOORINGS AT NEWFOUNDLAND.

    The United states navy dirigible which arrived here to take part in the trans-Atlantic competitions broke from her moorings to-day, and drifted ...

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  17. THE SHARE MARKET

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  18. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL

    Regarding the New South Wales agitation for hastening on with the building of the Federal capital and. the removal of the seat of the Federal ...

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  19. ARRIVALS.

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  20. AIRPLANE WRECKED IN FRANCE

    A message from Chalons-sur-Saones states that one out of the five British aeroplanes flying from London to India fell into a tree at Givry-sur-Erbiz, ...

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  21. TREATY CONSIDERED A BENEFICENT CHARTER

    "To-day's press comments on the Peace Treaty emphasise that riper consideration confirms the treaty as a great beneficent charter. ...

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  22. TRAINING OF SOLDIERS

    The A.I.F. men in the Uited Kingdom have, been placed for training under principal trade and professional groups as, follows:—Technical, 1270; ...

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  23. WAGES BOARD AWARD FOR RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS

    In the Industrial Court on Wednesday (reports the Sydney 'corespondent of the "Advertiser") Judge Rolin, on the application of the Railway and ...

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  24. COAL COMMISSION SITTING IN BRITAIN

    Giving evidence before the Coal Commission, the Marquis of Bute stated that his royalties, averaged £109,277 yearly His tonnage levy is the ...

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  25. NOTES.

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    A telegram received in Broken Hill on Friday, stated. that Police-Sergeant Lumley, who is stationed at Tibooburra, is being brought in to ...

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  27. THE BLOOD CAUSES BACKACHE

    Every muscle of the body needs a supply of rich. Ted blood in proportion to the work it does. The muscles of the hack are under, ...

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  28. GERMAN WAR PRISONERS 400 ON THE WILLOCHRA ON THE WAY TO GERMANY

    Four, hundred German and Austrian prisoners of war reached Wellington on Wednesday (reports the."Advertiser"), and boarded the Willochra for ...

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  29. CHEESE SOVEREIGN RIGHTS SAID TO BE INFRINGED

    The opponets to the Peace Conference decision at Shantung are asking the Provincial Assemblies to organise countryside demonstrations as the ...

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  32. SUPPLIES VIA DANZIG FOR POLISH ARMY

    Reuter's Copenhagen correspondent reports that a message from Berlin states that Herr Erzberger's Note to the Armistice Commission at Spa ...

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  33. 170 LEAVE NATAL.

    A hundred and seventy Germans from the Pietermaritzburg internment camp for repatriation to Germany embarked in the Chepstow Castle in the middle of ...

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  34. S. A. ELECTORAL ACT

    A large deputation waited on the Premier (Mr. A.H.Peake) to-day to urge the adoption of the principle of proportional ...

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  37. THE A.I.F.

    The actual number of members of the A.I.F. in France and the United Kingdon on March I was:—Officers, 6492, other ranks 113.756; total, ...

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