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  2. WAR AGAIN DECLARED Hungary Against Servia

    Hungary has declared war on Servia. A message from Zurich states that the Allies' forces in Hungary are sufficient to deal with the Hungarian army, which numbers 67,000. The Servians can also, independently of the Allies, put a superior force ...

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  5. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC YESTERDAY'S SUMMARY.

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  6. GERMAN NOTE TO ALLIES

    A message from Berlin states:— "The German Government has informed the Allies' Commission that Germany will in no case permit the landing of the Polish forces from France at Danzig. ...

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  7. PEACE CONFERENCE THE RHINE BOUNDARIES UNDER CONSIDERATION

    A cable message from Paris, dated March 27, states:— "Mr. Lloyd George, M. Clemenceau, Signor Orlando, and President Wilson ...

    Article : 54 words
  8. IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Twelve deaths from influenza occurred yesterday. There were 58 additional admissions to the metropolitan hospitals. ...

    Article : 141 words
  9. Karolyi Cabinet Resigns.

    A measage received via Amsterdam from Budapest states that after the Allies' Commission had handed to Count Karolyi the Allies' Note laying down the new line of demarcation between Hungary and Roumania, which is to be regarded as the future political frontier, the Karolyi Cabinet ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. RAIL SERVICES RESUMED

    The London "Times" Paris correspondent reports:— "The through trains from Paris to Odessa, Bucharest, Constantinople, and ...

    Article : 28 words
  11. THE GALLIPOLI LANDING

    A meeting of the Anzac Appeal Committee was held at the rooms of the Broken Hill sub-branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League ...

    Article : 421 words
  12. BUDD'S CONVICTION.

    Percival William Budd, who on Thursday was sentenced to death at the Gladstone Circuit Court for the murder of Harold Sydney Jaques, was brought ...

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  13. IN VICTORIA.

    The Victorian health authorities yesterday reported seven deaths from pnuemonic influenza and 174 new cases. ...

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  14. TYPHOID CASES IN MARCH

    Typhoid fever is again making its appearance in Broken Hill, according to a statement made to a "Miner" reporter by Mr. C. Brosnan, the chief ...

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  15. IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Dr. Borthwick states:—"No fresh cases of influenza in the city have been reported for the past five days." ...

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  16. ALLIES IN RUSSIA

    A cable message from Paris, dated March 27, states:— "M. Pichon (Minister for Foreign Affairs) states that the total strength ...

    Article : 43 words
  17. LABOR UNREST BRITISH RAILWAYMEN ACCEPT GOVT. TERMS

    The Railwaymen's Union Conference has accepted the Government terms for the settlement of the dispute as to wages and working conditions. ...

    Article : 89 words
  18. NIGHT SHIFT HAS STOPPED AT SMALL ARMS FACTORY

    All overtime and night shift work at the small arms factory at Lithgow have been stopped. A report is being circulated that a ...

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  19. NEW BRITISH FIELD GUN RIVALS THE FRENCH '75

    A London cable message states:— "The 'Evening Standard' says that the War Office has decided to issue a new field gun, which was tried ...

    Article : 79 words
  20. NOTICE TO CEASE WORK BY CARPENTERS' UNIONS

    A conference called by the Carpenters' Society was held on Thursday afternoon at the Broken Hill Associated Smelters Company's office between ...

    Article : 241 words
  21. THE SHARE MARKET.

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    The siren used at Dover (England) during the war to give notice of air raids is to be placed in the local museum as a war souvenir. ...

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  23. BOLD PUBLICITY SUCCEEDS

    The newspapers here attribute the persistence of the railwaymen's discontent largely to the bureaucratic procedure adopted in the negotiations by ...

    Article : 169 words
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  25. PEACE CELEBRATIONS NO FURTHER EXPENDITURE BY QUEENSLAND GOVT.

    When announcing yesterday that the Queensland Government would not incur any further expenditure in connection with the peace celebrations. Mr. ...

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  26. QUEENSLAND ACTING-PREMIER GETS A HOSTILE RECEPTION.

    Because of the decision of the Queensland Government not to incur any further expenditure in connection with the peace celebrations the Acting-Premier ...

    Article : 143 words
  27. MR. BONAR LAW'S STATEMENT

    At the conference between the executive of the Miners' Federation and the Government Mr. A. Bonar Law, in the course of a long conciliatory ...

    Article : 199 words
  28. PERSONAL

    "The Miner's" Adelaide confondent telegraphs that at the annual meeting of the Stock Exchange of Adelaide held on Friday Mr. W. B. Carr was ...

    Article : 301 words
  29. MEN ARMED WITH REVOLVERS MENACE RACECOURSE RANGER

    While menacing him with revolvers two men entered the house of Mr. Timothy Bowes, V.A.T.C. ranger at the Caulfield Racecourse, and robbed ...

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  30. RECOMMENDED REMEDIES FOR INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES

    The Press Bureau reports: — "The unanimous report of the Provisional Joint Committee appointed by the Industrial Conference on February ...

    Article : 174 words
  31. THE MAILBAG THIEF MAKES REAPPEARANCE

    After a lapse of some months the mail bag thief has reappeared. His latest exploit was on Tuesday night when the possession of a Randwick mail ...

    Article : 64 words
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    Mr. H. L. Berridge, hon. secretary of the Northern Tennis Association, S.A., announces that owing to influenza the eastern tourney of the association ...

    Article : 40 words
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