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  2. SPORTING CABLES.

    The famous Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase, which, so far as the Aintree course was concerned, was suspended during the war, was run to-day. Poethlyn, ...

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  3. BOLSHEVISM.

    The Paris correspondent of the "New York Herald" states that the Council of Four, after consultation with the Allied generals, proposes the mobilisation of the ...

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  4. LABOUR OUTLOOK,

    Most of the coal miners in Great Britain have resumed work. A ballot taken among the Nottinghamshire miners who struck against the ...

    Article : 454 words
  5. BRITAIN'S NAVY.

    The distribution of the British Navy after the war will be such that, besides the Home Flect, there will be seven squadrons, statiored respectively in the Atlantic, the ...

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  6. INFLUENZA.

    There was no striking change in the position concerning the influenza [?]pidemic during the week-end, though the number of patients in hospitals has increased. ...

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  7. PORT FOR POLAND

    General Heller, who is in command of the Polish divisions in France complains of the indecision of the Peace Conference regarding the return of his divisions to Poland What ...

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  8. PEACE PROBLEMS

    It is expeeted in Paris that the peace trenty will be signe on April 20. The Foreign Ministers of the four Great Powers (Great [?]tain, France, Italy, and ...

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  9. Cases in South Australia.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—An outbreak of influenza has occurred at Mount Barker, in the Mount Lofty Ranges, near Adelaide, Ten persons are isolated. One death is ...

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  10. IMPROVEMENT AT WONTHAGGI.

    WONTHAGOI, Friday.—The influenza position continues to improve. One patient was admitted, and one death took place on Satruday, making 23 deaths since the end of January. There are 50 ...

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  11. THE PURPLE CROSS SERVICE.

    Sir,—Before the armistice, and when most urgent appeals were being made, the Purple Cross Service of Victoria was notified by the Repatriation Commission that no ...

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  12. ADVISORY BOARD'S REPORT.

    Following a meeting of the Medical (Influenza) Advisory Commitee, the following report was submitted by the committee to the Minister for Health (Mr. ...

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  13. EGYPTIAN OUTBURST.

    General Sir Edmund Allenby has informed the Egyptian notables that stern, repressive measures will be taken against the rioters, and that order must be ...

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  14. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    The following matches were played in England on Saturday in the Rugby Inter-Services tournment:— England (22 points) beat Canada (nil). ...

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  15. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The most notable amendments that have been made to the League of Nations covenant include one providing that the disarmament question shall [?] be reconsidered ...

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  16. RAILWAYS EMPLOYEES.

    The Victorian Railways Union intends to ask the Classification Board to deal first with the question of increasing the living wage, and then review the general wage ...

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  17. Wireless Telephone Possible.

    Mr. Godfrey Isaacs, managing director of the Marconi Company, in an interview given to the "New York Times," said:—"I have to doubt that we shall soon be able to ...

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  18. THE WOOL OUTLOOK.

    The resumption of the wool auctions in London is awaited with great interest. A Keen demand is expected for superior sorts. but it is felt that increased production is ...

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  19. Three Thorny Points.

    The next plenary session of the Peace Conference promises to have some interesting [?]. in view [?] [?] promise made by M. Clemenceau at [?] initial session ...

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  20. Canada Helps Roumania.

    The Canadian Government has e[?]nded extensive credits to Roun[?]ia for the purchase of foodstuffs and [?]ry. ...

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  21. PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN.

    A camp[?]gn in favour of prohibition in Australia was opened in the Anditori[?] last night, when Mr. Tennyson Smith, who has been specially engaged to deliver a ...

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  22. Anglo-American Exchange.

    The rate for sterlinz exchange in New York continues to fall, that for 60 days [?]ght bills being 1 dollars [?] cents per £1. ...

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  23. South African Troubles.

    A Johannesbarg message states that the ballot taken amongst the master builders in a[?]dance with the desire of the strike[?] to decided whether they were ...

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  24. Riots in Korea.

    From Washington it is stated that continuons riots are taking place is Korea. and that many persons have been killed. ...

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  25. GENERAL CABLES.

    A message from Port Elizabeth (Caper Colony) states that the spread of anthr[?] is becoming alarming. The losses during the last six months have been extremely ...

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  26. Poles Push Forward.

    Telegrams irom War[?] received in Amsterday. state that the Poles have expelled the Ro[?]ks from Mink. a great centre of Bolshevik prop[?]a and are also ...

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  27. CONCRETE SHIPS.

    Sir Joseph Cook, Australian Minister for the Navy, referring to the answer given to a question in the House of Commons about a [?] [?] barge breaking its back at ...

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  28. THE EXHIBITION HOSPITAL.

    Reference to the Exhibition Hospital was [?] on Saturday by Archbishop Mannia at a fete which he opened in St. [?] school grounds, Dawson street, ...

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  29. NATIONAL FUNDS.

    The hon. [?] (Sir E[?]nd Miller), Mel bourne, acknowlegeds gurther contributions:—New South Wales Divi[?] for Over[?] £10[?] 17/7; T[?]anian Divi[?] for [?]. [?] ...

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  30. JAPAN AND AMERICA.

    Reports from Japan to Washington state that the Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs stated in the House of Peers that no [?] agresment" with the United ...

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  31. ENEMY TRICKS.

    There are indications of a political crisis in Berlin following the developments in Hungary, There was some shooting in the streets on Tuesday. and the British ...

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  32. CLAIM FOR INCREASED PAY.

    The claim made by a number of organisations of railways employees that they should be paid the rates awarded by wages boards to men following similar trades outside the ...

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  33. Armenians Starving.

    The Armenian delegation at Paris has made an urgent appeal for food supplies. It states that at Gravan 45,000 people are without bread, and that in the [?]en region ...

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  34. GERMANY'S FOOD.

    A German commission of six financiers has been instructed to come to S[?] after which they will receive introductions as to a meeting place in France. There they ...

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  35. Royal Jewels Stolen.

    Burglars have stolen the jewels and heirlooms of the Portuguese Royal family from the residence of ex-Queen Amelio at Richmond. in England. ...

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  36. SYDNEY WEEK-END REPORT.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.—Th[?] report of the [?] of Health for the week-end shows that the position has not improved as re[?] [?] On the contrary. to-night's ...

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  37. Von Ludendorff to be Tried.

    The German Government, according to a statement by the C[?]llor ([?]rr Schi[?] ma[?]l in the National Assembly, intend[?] to co[?] with the request of General von ...

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  38. ALIENS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    In moving the second reading of the Enemy Repatri[?] [?]ll in the Legislative Assembly on Friday. the Minister for the Inter[?] (Sir T. Watt). said that 2,132 ...

    Article : 344 words
  39. Huns' Cruelty in Belgium.

    A report presented to the French Chamber of Deputies shows that [?] Belgians died during the war as the [?] of German ill-treatment, and that 125,000 men ...

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  40. Ireland's Future.

    A[?]ng to the Paris correspondent of the "New York T[?]s" the indep[?] of Ireland under a mandate to the [?] States has been disc[?] in British ...

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  41. NEXT OF KIN.

    The [?] are requested to com[?] with the offices in Charge, [?] Victoria [?] Melbourne, as early as possible; Mr. C. [?] late of seymour, Vic., next for ...

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  42. Purifying the Pecrage List. I

    The "London Gaz[?]" announcees the removal from the British peerage lists of the numes of the Puke of all[?], the Duke of [?], and the Duke of ...

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  43. GERMAN SHIPS.

    A conference concerning the disposition of the German warships has been held [?] Admiral Sir Ro[?]lyn Wemyrs (First Sea Lord of the ...

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  44. THE RACE QUESTION.

    Lord Robert C[?]cil (chairman of the British sub committee of the League of Nations) said, when interviewed in Parts, that questions of [?] ...

    Article : 441 words
  45. Germany Torn in Two.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" Copenhaven cor[?]ndent says that the German Government will perhaps remain in office long enough to siga peace, especially as [?] ...

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  46. The Slayer of M. Jaures.

    Ra[?] V[?] who was accused of [?] d[?]ring M. Janres, the French So[?] leader in 19[?] has been [?] He [?] that [?] [?] by [?] ...

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  47. "Sacred Soil of France."

    General Sir John Mo[?]sh, DirectorGeneral of the [?]lian demobilisation, says that it would be generous if France made grants of land to Australia. South ...

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  49. Britain Needs Gold.

    The British [?] of Trade [?] the P[?] at the [?] at gold [?] and [?] to all de[?] [?] [?] ...

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  50. THE RIVERINA.

    BERRIGAN. A [?] [?] [?] [?] ...

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