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  2. SIR JAMES FAIRFAX DEAD.

    ISYDNEY, Friday.—General regret was expressed to-day when it wa intimated that Sir James Reading fairfax, senior proprietor of the "Sydney Morning Herald," had ...

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  3. VICE-REGAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General will attend this afternoon the autumn race meeting of the Moonee Valley club. The State commandant (Brigadier-General ...

    Article : 87 words
  4. INTERSTATE TRAFFIC.

    It has been delinitely decided that Victoria shall co-operate with the Commonwealth in the latter's control of quarantine matters. On Thursday the Premier (Mr. ...

    Article : 774 words
  5. NAVY COMMAND.

    The Acting Minister for the Navy (Mr. Poynton) made available last evening the following message received by the Naval Board from Rear-Admiral Sir Lionel Halsey, ...

    Article : 392 words
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  7. COAL INDUSTRY.

    The conference of representatives of employers and employees in the coal-mining industry, which was convened by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr.Watt), to consider a ...

    Article : 431 words
  8. PERSONAL.

    The Minister for Repatriation (Senator Millen) left Kalgoorlic (Western Atutralia) yesterday by a goods train for the eastern States. While he was on the goldfields ...

    Article : 658 words
  9. A LEGAL PROBLEM.

    The course adopted by the majority of the High Court bench on Thursday in giving a decision on a pint raised in a case after the parties had agreed between ...

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  10. SHIPPING CONFERENCE.

    So much has been heard lately about the English Shipping COnference in its relation to Australian trade, that those uninformed as to its operations have been asking ...

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  12. PATRIOTIC APPEALS.

    Criticisms in a subleader in yesterday's issue of "The Argus," commenting on the decision of the Repatriation department to hunt or control the number of ...

    Article : 641 words
  13. The Arugus.

    "I am in the place where I am demanded of conseience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impogn it whose Hat." ...

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  14. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not pres[?]rily for publivaties, but as a guarantee of good [?]b. Correpondents are [?]ested to inform the ...

    Article : 132 words
  15. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919.

    Mr. Henry Ford has retired from business, and, as is a multi-millionatre, the American press takes special notice of his action. The reason Mr. ...

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  16. MISSING PRISONERS.

    It is learnt from a despatch recived from Australian headquarters in London by the Acting Minister for Defence (Senntor Russell) that the British ...

    Article : 154 words
  17. TRAFFIC OBSTRUCTION.

    The motor-car rank in Swanston street, near Flinders street, and the practice of vehicles halting for long periods at the Kerbs during the busy hours of the day, are ...

    Article : 453 words
  18. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    John [?], of Little River, Fattner, who on Nove[?]ber 27,1918, left, by will dated A[?] [?], 1917, real e[?]ate valued at £5,568 and[?] [?]nal property vlued at £2,425 to his children[?] ...

    Article : 203 words
  19. ELECTRIC STEEL FURNANCE.

    As a result of their inquiries in America, the railway officers who recently visited that country have recommended tht installation of an elecric steel farnance at the ...

    Article : 96 words
  20. FUTURE OF RED CROSS WORK

    Sir,— As the question of the fature of Red Cross work and otganisation is occup[?] public attention, I would like to [?] known that as roon as travelling faciliti[?] ...

    Article : 672 words
  21. AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

    Proposals have, during the past few weeks, been receiving the attention of the Commonwealth Government for developing and combining the air forces of ...

    Article : 180 words
  22. AUSTRALIAN CHARACTER.

    The Port Melbourne branch of the Australian Natives' Association at its last meeting expressed in a resolution its good opinions of His excellency the Governor ...

    Article : 399 words
  23. BARRIER MISERS AND O.B.U.

    BROKEN HILL (N.S.W.). Friday.—The Amalgamated Miners' Association has decided to ask Mr.Garden secretary of the One Big Union, to send a delegate to ...

    Article : 134 words
  24. OPEN-AIR LOUNGE FOR SOLDIERS.

    In respnse to the appeal in "The Argus" by Mr. Greenwood, M.L.A., for funds to assist in establishing an open air lounge for soldiers in St. Paul's Cathedral grounds, we ...

    Article : 63 words
  25. MAILS OUTWARD.

    The closing times shown he[?]under are for the General Post-office Ma[?] close at the E[?] street office [?]0 minutes c[?] letter [?] at G.P.O and Elizibeth street daily as follows. South ...

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  26. VISIT TO LIGHTHOUSES.

    The s.s. Lady Loch will leave the dockyard pier, Williamstown, with stores fort the undermentioned lighthouses at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, May 7:[?] Wilson's Promotory, ...

    Article : 60 words
  27. WAR TROPHIES.

    During the next few weeks a number of war tropphies and photographic enlargements whicch fkorm part of the collection for the Australian War Museum will be placed ...

    Article : 73 words
  28. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    BRISBANE, Friday. [?] annoucing today that the Queensland government would not incur any farther expenditure in connection with the peace celebrations, the ...

    Article : 91 words
  29. A CONSTABLE SHOT.

    In the Practice Court yesterday, Mr. Justice Hood graduated bail in the case of Thomas Wit[?]en, 41 years of age, who was committed for that by the Fitzroy Court on Thursday ...

    Article : 147 words
  30. BOGUS V.C. SENT TO CAOL.

    At the City Court yesterday before Mr. T. t[?]calleg[?]J.P., Robert Hunter, a young man, was changed with having fal[?]ty represented him. [?] as a returned soldier, A second charge of ...

    Article : 176 words
  31. EDITH CAVELL SPECIAL APPEAL.

    The Caul[?]ield District Brass Band willplay at Caulfield Park, at the junction of Hawthorn and Balaclavs roads, to-morrow afternoon, from 4 to half-past [?] o'clock, ...

    Article : 63 words
  32. SCOTS CHURCH.

    It has been decided by the adherenta of Scots Church, Collins street, to ereet a memorial in honour of the men of thec church who have served in the war, The ...

    Article : 228 words
  33. PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN.

    At the Auditorium to-morrow evening. Mr.Tenny on Smith, the English lecturer, will inangurate a campaign in advo[?]ary of the prohibition of the liquor t[?]e, ...

    Article : 146 words
  34. GIFT FROM CUBA RED CROSS.

    Th hon treasure of the Australian Red Cross Society (Sir Edward Miller) de[?]ve[?] to acknowledge the [?]um of £2,083/[?]/8 hunted to him by His Excellency the ...

    Article : 57 words
  35. SECONDARY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the incorporated Association of Secondary Teachers of Victoria was held yesterday envening at the Presbyterian Church [?] The newly elected president (Mr.A.S. ...

    Article : 244 words
  36. DEPORTATION OF ALIENS URGED.

    SYDNEY, Friday, [?] A very large meeting at Gleu [?], while singing the National Anthem, agreed to a motion protesting against ...

    Article : 70 words
  37. STRIKE IN STATE SHOPS ENDS.

    BRISILANE, Friday, The trade commissioner stated to-day that the Arbitration Court had determined the condition of the resumption of work at the five State ...

    Article : 49 words
  38. OFFER OF BATTLE-SHIPS.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) announced yesterday that he had received no communication from the Imperial authorities regarding the suggested ...

    Article : 49 words
  39. OTWAY FOREST BUSH FIRM RELIEF,

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  40. DAY EXCURSIONS.

    The [?] will leave port Melbourne Railway Piet to-day at [?] pljl for Q[?], Sarrento, and D[?], and to-morrow at 3 p.m. for [?] [?] and Mornington, callig at St.Kilda on the ...

    Article : 94 words
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