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  4. LANDING AT DANZIG. Germany Withdraws the Threat To Oppose tte Polish Troops

    Marshal Foch has announced from Spa the formai German acceptance of the Danzig terms. ...

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  5. ATTACKS AT ARCHANGEL

    "On the Archangel (Northern Russia) front the British force crushingly defeated a large Bolshevik army which was hotly attacking the Allies' blockhouses and other-defences." ...

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  6. THE INFUENZA EPIDEMIC

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 70 words
  7. Herr Erzeberger Announces New Government at Munich

    Marshal Foch telegraphed from Spa:— "The German Government has accepted the Allies' conditions for the landing of General Hailer's Polish army at Danaig. Other routes may also be used, especially railways. At the conference Herr Erzeherger produced ...

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  8. IN QUEENSLAND

    The pnenmonic influenza is attacking Queensland's first line of defence, necessitating the utmost vigilance on the part of the Federal quarantine ...

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  9. BRISBANE ARMY FORMED TO FIGHT DISLOYALTY

    At a meeting held in Brisbane on Sunday 2000 volunteers enrolled as an army to fight disloyalty in Queensland. ...

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  10. ROBBERY UNDER ABMS

    Five cases of robbery under anns by two armed and masked men were reported to the Melbourne police on Saturday. The victims were Mr. Emil ...

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  11. IN NEW SOUTH WALES

    There were 31 more deaths reported, and 184 new cases were admitted to the hospitals in the metropolitan area during the week-end. ...

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  12. SOME NEWCASTLE COLLIERIES

    Sir,—Seeing the account in Saturday's "Miner" of the flooding of the Ferndale pit 33 years ago called to my mind my early boyhood days, which ...

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  13. 34 NEW CASES REPORTED FROM COUNTRY DISTRICTS.

    Five cases of influenza have been reported from Braidwood, two serious cases from Coraki, and one each from Yass and West Maitland. ...

    Article : 69 words
  14. OUTBREAK OF DIPHTHERIA REPORTED AT BRISBANE

    Brisbane has avoided pneumonic influenza so far, but the outlook as to the health of the people generally is disquieting. As the result of a virulent ...

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  15. CARPENTERS & JOINERS GIVE FORTNICHT NOTICE

    Some time ago the Carpenters and Joiners' Society officials announced the intention of the society to give 14 days' notice to all employers of ...

    Article : 364 words
  16. UNKNOWN MAN'S DEATH

    A man unknown was found by the police in the street at 12.45 a.m. on Saturday with a fractured skull and other injuries. He died a few hours ...

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  17. TWENTY CASES FROM VESSELS IN QUARANTINE

    Twenty fresh caseg were removed to the North Head quarantine station during the week-[?] from vessels in quarantine. Of these 15 were from the ...

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  18. IN NEW ZEALAND

    Forty cases of influenza have so far been removed from the R.M.S. Niagara, which is anchored off Auckland. ...

    Article : 70 words
  19. EARLY MORNINC THIEVES STEAL ROLLS OF LEATHER

    Yesterday morning thieves paid a visit to Charles Summers's tannery Reginald-street, Enfield, and stole 30 rolls of kip leather valued at £300. ...

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  20. OUTBREAK OF MEASLES ON THE KENIL WORTH CASTLE

    The transport Kenilworth Castle arrived on Saturday with 503 passengers, mostly soldiers, oh board Several of the children are suffering with ...

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  21. FIRST DEATH AT NORTH HEAD.

    The first death in the quarantine station at North Head since the outbreak occurred to-day. The patient was a South Sea ...

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  22. RESIDENT TUTOR WELCOMED BY EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

    A welcome meeting to Mr. R. Bronuer, resident tutor appointed to Broken Hill and Porty Pirie in connection with the Workers' Educational ...

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  23. IN BROKEN HILL

    W. Smith: It was stated in "The Miner" on Saturday that Dr. Bartley had made an arrangement with the health authorities by which passengers ...

    Article : 106 words
  24. OLD-TIME BOXER'S DEATH.

    Charlie Raff, a one-time clever boxer, and brother of Harry Raff who figured prominently at the Hippodrome recently, died of pneumonic influenza on ...

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  25. MILITARY POLICE MOBBED BY SOLDIERS IN MELBOURNE

    Some excitement was manifested in Queen's Walk; off Collins and Swanston streets, Melbourne, on Wednesday night last, when a disturbance took ...

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  26. NEW RAILWAY REGULATIONS.

    New regulations respecting railway journeys beyond certain points in New South Wales will operate from to-day. ...

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  27. IN VICTORIA

    Although the influenza epidemic in Melbourne is again as intense as it was two months ago, the number of deaths is far below what it was then. ...

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  28. PUBLIC INOCULATION.

    The Government Medical Officer, Dr. J. F. Bartley, stated this afternoon that it was the intention of the local authorities' to commence public ...

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  29. BUDD APPEALS TO GOVERNOR FOR SERTELE COMMUTATION

    Percival William Budd, found guilty and sentenced to deaths for the murder of Harold Sydney Jaques, intends to ask the Governor to intervene on his ...

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  30. IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Seven fresh cases of influenza were reported in Adelaide on Sunday. Since Saturday five nurses, three men, and one wardsmaid have been sent ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY POSTPONES CONFERENCE

    At a special meting of the executive of the Australian Labor Party, held yesterday afternoon, it was decided, on account of the influenza epidemic, to ...

    Article : 46 words
  32. THE GIRL LEFT BEHIND MARRIES ANOTHER MAN

    In the local court on Friday (says the Perth correspondent of the "Advertiser") Lieutenant, Leslie Tweedie, who is under orders to proceed to ...

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  33. COAL INDUSTRY CONFERENCE CONSIDERS MINERS' CLAIMS

    A settlement may shortly be reached in the matter of the claims of the coalminers of the Commonwealth on the mineowners. The proposed terms have ...

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  34. CASES REPORTED AT GAWLER.

    Cases of influenza were reported from Gawler on Sunday. ...

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  35. TROOPS ON PORT SYDNEY TO DO 7 DAYS' QUARANTINE.

    The troops which arrived by the Port Sydney have been sent into quarantine for seven days owing to van outbreak of influenza aboard. ...

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  36. DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION

    The usual monthly meeting of the District Nursing Association was held at the Town Hall on Friday night. Mr. W. R. James (president) occupied ...

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  37. SIX CASES AMONG SHIP'S CREW.

    The steamer Wookata arrived at Port Adelaide from the west coast on Saturday with six cases of influenza among the crew. One of the patients ...

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  38. A "POOR', MAN'S HOARD

    At an inquest held by the Parramatta coroner on Friday, reports the Sydney correspondent of "The Register," it was stated that William ...

    Article : 107 words
  39. 6 NEW GASES AT PORT ADELAIDE

    Six more cases of influenza have been reported at Port Adelaide. ...

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  40. ILLEGAL BETTING

    In the Police Court to-day, before Mr. W. Le Brun Brown, S. M., four first offenders pleaded guilty to charges of betting on the totalisator, while ...

    Article : 57 words
  41. 3 CASES AT CRYSTAL BROOK.

    Three mild caseg of influenza have been reported from Crystal Brook. ...

    Article : 19 words
  42. A CASE AT MURRAY BRIDGE.

    One case of influenza has been reported at Murray Bridge. ...

    Article : 21 words
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