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  3. VICE-REGAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General, attended by Captain C. R. Duncan, A.D.C., yesterday morning visited Port Melbourne on the arrival of the transport Lancashire, ...

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  4. QUARANTINE POWERS.

    Judging by a telegram which the Premier (Mr. Lawson) received yesterday from the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Holman) there is little chance of the latter ...

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  5. BOLSHEVIK FLAG.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—At the Summons Court to-day nine men were proceeded against for having, carried the red flag in a procession through the city streets on ...

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  6. COAL CONFERENCE.

    The conference of representatives of the employers and employees in the coalmining industry reassembled yesterday, and sat for two hours in the morning and ...

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  7. IDLE CHAUFFEURS.

    As the result of a meeting of the Hire Car Owners' Association yesterday morning, it was decided to give the chauffeurs who are on strike another opportunity to ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    The death has taken place at his residence, Kilmany Park, near Sale, of Mr. W. Pearson, a former member of the Legislative Council. He was the third son of the ...

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  10. The Argus.

    "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." ...

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  11. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspondents are requested to inform the ...

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  12. THE ALBERT GROUND.

    The rapid growth and popularity of lawn tennis during the last few years has necessitated the Lawn Tennis Association of Victoria looking out for increased ...

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  13. Mr. Holman Still Quibbling.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Premier (Mr. Holman) staed to-night that there had been no modification of the quarantine restrictions on the Victorian border. ...

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  14. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1919.

    More than thirty years ago the relations between the State and its servants were established on a principle which was regarded at the time as sound ...

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  15. MELBOURNE TO ADELAIDE.

    Thogh a resumption of railway traffic between Victoria and South Australia is to take place, the South Australian railway authorities have notified the Victorian ...

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  16. CITY HOTEL PROPERTIES.

    Some interesting remarks on hotel properties in Melbourne were made by the chairman of the Licensing Court (Mr. Barr) yesterday in giving the decisions of ...

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  17. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    The director of Education (Mr. Tate) said yesterday that in accordance with the decision that the peace celebrations on the Monday shall take the form of suburban ...

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  18. FLIGHT TO SYDNEY.

    An air flight from Point Cook flying-ground to Sydney was successfully begun yesterday morning at half-past 10 o'clock by Flight-Commander C. M. Chatea[?] and ...

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  19. THE EDITH CAVELL SPECIAL APPEAL.

    In connection with the Edith Cavell special appeal on behalf of sick, incapacitated, and necessitous military nurses, the hon. treasurer (the Lord Mayor) ...

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  20. LOYALIST WORKERS.

    A meeting of the Victorian loyalist miners was held last night at the office of the union, Flinders lane, Individual loyalists directed attention to the increasing ...

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  21. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    William Godley, of Barnato grove, Armadale, retired warehouseman, who died on February 2 last, left by will dated January 9 last real estate valued at £4,105 and personal property valued at £11,516 ...

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  22. MAILS OUTWARD.

    The closing times shown hereunder are for the General Post-office. Mails close at the Elizabeth street office 20 minutes earlier. Late fees at G.P.O. and Elizabeth street daily as follows:—South ...

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  23. PLAYING AT TRENCH-MAKING.

    PERTH, Monday.—Four boys, named Allan Porteus, aged 12; Denis Rowan, aged 14; Francis Edwards, aged 12; and Sam Goldman, aged 17, were playing sham ...

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  24. THE COURTS AND INFLUENZA.

    The influenza restrictions have seriously delayed the work of the High Court and the Commonwealth Arbitration Court for the past six weeks, but in the Arbitration ...

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  25. VALOUR OF AUSTRALIANS.

    In an address delivered at the Connaught Rooms, London, on Australia Day, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle paid a fine tribute to the valour of the Australian troops. They ...

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  26. OTWAY FOREST BUSH FIRES RELIEF.

    Previously acknowledged, £4,191/10/7; collected at Church of Christ, Doncaster, £9/10/; H. J. Twigg, £2/10/; M.B.R., 10/; E. S. Carter, 10/. Total, £4,204/0/7. ...

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  27. BRAVERY RECOGNISED.

    More than a year ago the story of the heroism of Senor Suseata, first officer of the Spanish steamer Igotz Mendi, was told. yesterday the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  28. CLERKS' STRIKE.

    The case of the temporary clerks in the Federal Government service who are on strike in Western Australia was again brought before Mr. Justice Powers in ...

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  29. PREMIER ON TOUR.

    The Premier (Mr. Lawson), accompanied by Mr. Campbell (honorary Minister), Messrs. Manifold and White, M.L.C.'s, and Mr. Slater, M.L.A., will leave on a ...

    Article : 201 words
  30. DOMESTIC DOUBLE TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A double tragedy was enacted in an upstairs bedroom of a shop in William street, city, last night. The tragedy was not discovered until this ...

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  31. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    HIGH COURT.—In third Civil Court.—Before Mr. Justice Higgins.—At 10.30—Waterside Workers' Federation of Australia v. T. Corrigan and Sons and others (application under section 2[?]); ...

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  32. DEFENCE BUSINESS BOARD.

    Mr. H. V. McKay, w[?] resigned from the Defence Board of Business Administration on leaving for Great Britain, has returned to the department the money ...

    Article : 136 words
  33. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Louis Golding, trading as L. Golding and Co., of Richardson street, Middle Park, glass bottle and ink manufacturer. Causes of insolvency—. Adverse judgment in Supreme Court, dislocation ...

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  34. OPEN-AIR LOUNGE FOR SOLDIERS.

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

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