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  2. METHODIST CONFERENCE.

    The closing sessions of the united conference of the Methodist Church of Victoria and Tasmania took place yesterday. This Rev. A.E.Albiston presided. ...

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  3. PREACHING BOLSHEVISM.

    Bolshevism was prepached from a soap-box in a mild way at the corner of Swan street and Lennox street, Richmond, last night by young men who gave themselves the title ...

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  4. INFLUENZA.

    Seven deaths from influenza were reported to the Board of Health yesterday—one at the Exhibition, one at Fairfield, and one at Brighton, whilst the remainder were ...

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  5. EARLY MELBOURNE.

    Seventy-nine years ago, when Mrs. Eliza Wood, of Davis street, South Yarra, arrived in Melbourne, the population of the city was about 10,000. Mrs. Wood has lived ...

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  6. PEACE DEBATES.

    In dofending the Peace Conference in Paris against charges of undue delay, a high authority declares that with the exception of the unavoidable delay occasioned by ...

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  7. REPATRIATION.

    The Assistant Minister for Repatriation (Mr. Poynton) stated yesterday that Mr. Francies J.White, of Saumarez, Armidate, New South Wales, has presented tothe ...

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  8. BOLSHEVIK EVIL.

    The latest despatches concerning affairs in Hungary, where the Karolyi Ministry has given place to a communistic regime in touch with the Russian Bolsheviks, is that ...

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  9. STATE MINISTERS AT BENDIGO

    BENDIGO Friday.—As a result of the visit to Bendigo of the Premier (Mr. Law son) and two of his colleagues in the State Ministry, confidence is expressed that the ...

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  10. Eastern Railway Route.

    The Allied Waterways Commission in Paris has considered a new through train route from Paris via Rome, the Danuhe, Laibach, and Belgrande to Odessa, with ...

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  11. LETTER BY EX-KAISER.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" points out that the ex-Kaiser, in a letter to the ex-Grown Prince which is quoted in Pan-German newspapers stated that his intended flight ...

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  12. Twelve Deaths in Sydney.

    SYDNEY, Friday.— Twelve deaths from in[?]uenza were reported from within the metropolitan area during the 24 hours to 8 O'clock to-night. One was reported as ...

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  13. GERMAN PLANS.

    The French say they are officially satisfied that Germany is seeking political support in Russia, and is also endeavouring to secure in Russia an economic [?]eld to ...

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  14. Widespread Activities.

    According to reports from Berlin, the Bolsheviks are engineering the declaration of a republic in Bessarabia, with the object of attacking Roumania. ...

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  15. POLES FIGHTING.

    The Poles have completely routed the Ukrainian forces which were besieging Lcmberg in a decisive battle after five days of heavy fighting. The Ukrainians lost heavily ...

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  16. "Mystery Ships" Detained.

    Two "mystery ships." flying the Danish flag, have been detained at Boulogne. The military authorities have received a wireless message from Stockholm stating that ...

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  17. INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS

    The committee of the National Industrial Conference recently called by the British Government has reorted in favour of legalising a 48-hour week the ...

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  18. Landing at Danzig.

    It haa been learned that Germany has refused to allow General Heller's Polish troops to land at Danzig; as that would be certain to arouse Polish demonstrations in ...

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  19. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The League of Nations Committee has reached [?]mous agreement regarding the League coven[?]t. This agreement removes the most troublesome obstacle to an early ...

    Article : 226 words
  20. Terms for Miners.

    Seventy thousand Welsh miners have struck work as a protest against the compromise s[?]ttlement agreed to by the Miniers' Conference. ...

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  21. ALIEN IMMIGRANTS.

    A new immigration law is being drafted in the United States, providing for the registration of all aliens now in the United States or those applying for registration ...

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  22. HIGH FEELING IN BRISBANE.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—A special meeting of the State Cabinet decieded to-day to reopen the hotels, which were closed after the recent riots. It also decided that no ...

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  23. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    On Monday next the returning troops from the transports Loncashire and City of Cairo will be released from quarantine, and will discmbark from the Hygcia at the New ...

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  24. Railwaymen's Demands.

    Mr. J.H.Thomas, M.P., general secretary of the Railwaymen's Union, announces that the Railwaymen's Conference has agreed to accept the terms of settlement ...

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  25. TROUBLE IN EGYPT.

    Further reports regarding the trouble in Egypt state that throughout Lower Egypt and north of Calro to the sea, state there have been [?]frequent ...

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  26. ALLIES IN RUSSIA.

    M. Pichon, the French Foreign Minister, says that the total strength of the Allied forces on the Archangel and Siberian fronts is 370,000. ...

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  27. PREFERENCE TO ENGLISH WIVES.

    Sir,—Kindly graat me space to protest against what seems to me to be an injusttice to our Australian soldiers who have been so long away from their homes and ...

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  28. ROCK PHOSPHATES.

    The necessity for placing more tonnage at the disposl of importers of rock phosphates was [?]ged on the Minster in Charege of Shipping (Mr. Poyaton) yesterday.Mr. ...

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  29. Australian Mutton.

    Australian lamb and mutton have been sold experimentally in the New York market ar prices several cents a pound cheaper than American meat. ...

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  30. TERMS DEPRESS GERMANS.

    Herr Scheidemann, the German Chancellor, has declared (says a Copenhagen message) that the Allies crushing demands threaten a dissolution of Germany, and are ...

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  31. MEDALS FOR GALLANTRY.

    In the "London Gazette," published in December, 1918, the names were announced of many members of the A.I.F. who had been awarded medals for conspie[?] ...

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  32. CAULFIELD ROBBERY.

    [?]gent inquiries were made yesterday by Detectives Ethell. Bell. Federali, and Bunker, who are investigating the sensational robbery at Caulfield on Thursday ...

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  33. SOLDIERS LANDING ON MONDAY.

    The 448 invalided Victorian soldiers who arrived by the [?] Lan[?]ashire (409) and the [?] City of Cario (39[?] and have been in quarantine fo the past week, are ...

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  34. New British Field Gun.

    The London "Evening Standard" says that the War Office has decided to issue a new field gun. which was tried successfully during the latest stages of the war. The ...

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  35. SUGAR BEET.

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  36. GENERAL CABLES.

    A message from St.John's, Newfoundland, states that the British airmen Grive and Hawker who intend to make flights across the Atlantic, are delayed off the ...

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  37. LABOUR COLLEGE.

    Sir, The Victorian Labour College, referred to by you this morning, has no [?] with the Australian Socialist party [?] with the Socialist party of ...

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  38. THE HIGH COURT.

    The High Court is due to open their Sydney sittings on Monday. Mr.Justice Barton and Mr. Justice Rich are [?] Sydney, and it is expected that all the other ...

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  39. A New South Wales Memorial.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Methodist Conferemce emdprsed a scheme to spend £25,000 on the creation of a war memorial hospital between Belmore and the western [?] ...

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  40. Lifting of Blockade.

    In the speech in the House of Commons, the Minister for National Service (Sir Auckland G[?]ddes) emphasised that, if the restrictions on imports were removed. ...

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  41. AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    Sir,—With reference to recent articles in "The Argus" on the organisation of the Royal Australian Navy, I would like to direct attention to the following:—When ...

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  42. WHY NOT DEPORTED?

    Sir. "Mr. Samson, M.H.R. [?]of Queenslands, who is [?] Melbourne," according to "The Argus" of to-day, states that "the Federal Ministry will prosecute recent ...

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  43. INDUSTRIAL UNREST.

    Sir.—Mr. Tedor is reported to have [?] at the Victorian Chamber of Manufactured on Thursday evening, "Good luck to industrial unrest," because in 1913 Australian ...

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  44. SCARCITY OF HOUSES.

    Sir,—Speaking at the Chamber of Mannfactures dinner, Mr.Robinson, Minister for Public Works, emphansised the ne[?]ssity for more houses and better houses. This is ...

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  45. UNIONISM V. PATRIOTISM.

    [?]ORUMBURRA, Friday.— At a meetingo of the Kournburra Peace Celebration committee last night the following letter was received from the [?] of the ...

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  46. AUSTRALIANS ON SERVICE.

    [?] Mrs. [?] of [?] [?] has[?] recived [?]that her husband, [?] recived the Millinary m[?] for [?]gallentry and de[?] ...

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  47. PROTECTION FOR GOODS.

    Sir, [?] it not time attention was called to athe g[?]danger of lo[?] through the neglect of the Harboar Trust in providing insu[?]shelter to safeaguard incoming ...

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  48. USE OF GERMAN SHIPS.

    Thirty-eight German ships have left German ports for Liverpool under British control. It is intended that the larger ves[?]els shall ...

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  49. ENTERTAINMENTS.

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  50. NEXT OF KIN.

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  51. Y.M.C.A. REPATRIATION HUT.

    At the last meeting of the committee governing the Y.M.C.A. Repatration Hut at Jo[?]mont a [?] Account was recived covering the period from November 13, [?] to February [?] ...

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  52. INTESTATE ESTATES.

    The [?] of the [?] has[?] of the following [?] [?]South Yarraarra[?] ...

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  53. DOMESTIC ARTS STUDENTSHIPS.

    The Education departmetnt recently in[?] applications for a limited [?] of s[?] in be[?] in a three years's course of training in [?] Those [?] will, during ...

    Article : 305 words
  54. Exports from Germany.

    The Paris correspondent of the "New York World" says that one of the arrangements for the partial removal of theb blockade of Germany is that ...

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  55. DEPORTATION.

    [?] When one reads [?] hears of the [?] and disloya[?] in oujr midst, it make[?] one wonder what Australia is comint to The cry, Australia for the [?] ...

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  56. Display Advertising

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  57. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHADITES.

    The annual meeting of the independent Order of [?]hit[?] will be held at the temperance Hall on Tuesday, in Correction with the [?]thering a special [?].S.A. meetng will be held at We[?] ...

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  58. [?]OMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL DUILDING FUND.

    In the Melbourne To[?] Hall tonight, and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings of next week[?] new war pictured enti[?] "the An[?] C[?] will be shown, The entire pro[?] ...

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  59. Display Advertising

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  60. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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  61. Display Advertising

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