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  2. PEACE CONGRESS.

    The special representative in Paris of the Australian Press Association telegraphed to London on Saturday evening:— "The Peace Conference has ...

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  3. ALLIES IN RUSSIA.

    It is officially announced that the British War Office is preparing with the utmost rapidity a relieving force for Murmansk, in Northern Russia whence it will proceed ...

    Article : 174 words
  4. EIGHT HOURS DAY.

    Less interest was manifested in the Eight Hours Day procession yesterday than has been the case for some years past. Eewer people took part in the street march, and ...

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  5. INFLUENZA.

    Owing to the fact that yesterday was [?] holiday, the customary notifications of new cases of influenza were not received by the Public Health department ...

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  6. REPATRIATION.

    "The conditions under which returned soldiers have to register and wait for vocational training and draw sustenance allowance are absolutely, disgraceful. ...

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  7. SPORTS AT RICHMOND.

    An enormous crowd assembled at the Richmond racecourse after the procession, where a varied programme was gone through during the afternoon and ...

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  8. THE DANZIG LANDING.

    Marshal Foch has telegraphed to the Paris Conference from Spa that while maintaining the Allies' right to make use of Danzig, it has been decided, in order to hasten ...

    Article : 126 words
  9. NO PREFERENCE.

    Sir,—Inspite of the protest of the Acting Minister for Repatriation mother municipal body in this State—the Rochester Shire Council—has repudiated its pledge of ...

    Article : 481 words
  10. BOLSHEVIKS IN HUNGARY.

    A telegram received in London from Vienna on Sunday stated that the Bolshevik Government at Budapest (capital of, Hungary) had been overthrown. No details ...

    Article : 126 words
  11. BAVARIAN CRISIS.

    The new Soviet Republic for Bavaria has been proclaimed at Augsburg, and not at Munich, the capital. Advices reaching Copenhagen with regard ...

    Article : 103 words
  12. LONDON SHIPPING RING.

    Australian shipowners, and these interested in shipping in general, are strongly of the opinion that the proposal of the Commonwealth Government to increase its ...

    Article : 737 words
  13. Spartacists in Coblenz.

    According to a correspondent of the "New York Tribune" at Coblenz, a well-defined Spartacist plot to seize the American arms stored in Coblenz (the headquarters of the ...

    Article : 57 words
  14. MILITARY REVOLT IN BERLIN.

    It is rumoured in Copenhagen that a military revolt has broken out in Berlin. The Minister for Defence (Herr Noske) is acting drastically, and many arrests have ...

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  15. BORDER RESTRICTIONS.

    To South Australia.—Two medical examinations, the last within 24 hours prior to departure, at permit depot, Protestant Hall, corner Exhibition street and ...

    Article : 106 words
  16. SENATOR MILLEN'S RETURN.

    The Minister for Repatriation (Senator Millen) stated yesterday that he was well pleased with the result of his visit to Western Australia and South, Australia, where ...

    Article : 86 words
  17. POSITION IN GERMANY.

    The correspondent at Coblenz of the New York "Times" has had interviews with members of the American military commission which visited Berlin for the ...

    Article : 109 words
  18. "TWO GREAT FAULTS."

    "Centralised control does not necessarily mean centralised administration Centralised administration is one of the two great faults of the present working of ...

    Article : 409 words
  19. SUMMARY OF EARLIER NEWS.

    The following cable messages appeared in the later editions of "The Argus" on Monday:— PLIGHT OF BELGIUM. ...

    Article : 459 words
  20. NUMBER IN PROCESSION.

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  21. LLOYD GEORGE ATTACKED.

    The London "Daily Mail," which continues its hostility to Mr. Lloyd George, reminds bim that a serious misunderstanding has been allowed to occur over Syria, and ...

    Article : 95 words
  22. Interstate Travel.

    Mr. Morrish, representative of the New South Wales Government who is attending at the Victorian Immigration department to the needs of intending passengers to ...

    Article : 365 words
  23. POLES AND UKRAINIANS.

    Statements reaching Vienna are that the Ukrainian leaders have approached the Allies with a view to arranging peace with the Poles, leaving the disputed territory to ...

    Article : 39 words
  24. JAPAN AND RACE EQUALITY

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" reports that Senator Phelan (Democrat), who has extensive business interests in California, has sent a cable ...

    Article : 226 words
  25. Recent Rising in Egypt.

    General Sir Edmund Allenby, special High Commissioner for Egypt and the Soudan, has furnished details of the murder of two British officers and five men ...

    Article : 143 words
  26. IN THE COUNTRY.

    BENDIGO, Monday.—A holiday was observed in Bendigo to-day for the Fight Hours anniversary. The industrial organisations held a picnic at Axedale. ...

    Article : 111 words
  27. Next Olympic Games.

    It is reported from Lausanne (Switzerland) that the Olympic Games will be held at Antwerp in 1920. ...

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  28. VENTILATION IN TRAMCARS.

    Sir,—The serious menace to the publichealth occasioned by draughts in trameurs was not over emphasised by Dr. Ewing on Saturday. The popular belief nowadays ...

    Article : 129 words
  29. Industrial Settlement Project.

    TOORA, Monday.—At a meeting of the Toora branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Association, the sceretary (Mr. L. H. Lasseter) reported the result of his ...

    Article : 225 words
  30. AMOUNT OF INDEMNITY.

    According to the Paris "Journal," the first instalment of the indemnity to be paid by Germany will be twenty five milliards of francs (£1,000,000,000), of which five ...

    Article : 94 words
  31. RIVAL RACE MEETINGS.

    Sir,—In "The Argus" of Wednesday there appeared under the heading "A Racing Fixture" a paragraph which states that Mr. Bowser, the Chief Secretary, disapproves of ...

    Article : 186 words
  32. THE IRISH ELECTIONS.

    The fund towards the election expenses of the Irish Parliamentary party, according to the latest newspaper files, now stands at £13,250, irrespective of 205,000dol. ...

    Article : 345 words
  33. PEACE MEDALS.

    Sir,—The Commonwealth Government intends spending about £25,000 on medals to be given to the children of Australia Would not that sum be better used in ...

    Article : 123 words
  34. ANZAC'S SUICIDE.

    WANGARATTA, Monday.—Hary Dickens Swift, aged 4[?] who served in the Boer way and returned to Victoria in November last among a bacth of original Anzacs on 60 days' leave, committeed ...

    Article : 137 words
  35. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir.—I have travelled a great deal, but nowhere have I noticed that foolish, oldfashioned fear of draughts so accentuated as it is here. Men and women are pleased ...

    Article : 154 words
  36. WHY FRANCE WANTS THE SAAR.

    Besides, the political reason for wishing to regain her lost provinces, France has a commercial object in view—the possession of the iron and coal mines of Lorraine, ...

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  39. DAHLIA SHOW.

    The Dahlia Show of the Carnation, Dahlia, and Sweet Pea Society is to be held at the Melbourne Town Hall to-day, beginning at half-past 12. The official opening ...

    Article : 43 words
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  41. "AN INVERTED PYRAMID."

    Sir,—I would like to be allowed to refer to the views of the new chariman of the State board, on the one hand, and of "X." on the other. My excuse is four years' close ...

    Article : 539 words
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