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  2. VICE-REGAL.

    Her Excellency Lady Helen Munro Ferguson paid a visit yesterday morning to the offices of the Travellers' Aid Society of Victoria. ...

    Article : 44 words
  3. 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." ...

    Article : 29 words
  4. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The chairman of the Central Wool Committee (Sir John Higgins) yesterday issued a Statement based on cable messages he had received regarding the auctions of wool ...

    Article : 241 words
  5. ARMED RUFFIANS.

    Further evidence of lawless conduct has come under the notice of the police, two incidents of somewhat similar nature having occurred on trams within a short time ...

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  6. TRAINING SHIP DART.

    The training ship Dart passed from State to private ownership in remarkable circumstances. When the Victorian Ministry decided to ...

    Article : 322 words
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  8. 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 ...

    Article : 113 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Lloyd George British Prime Minister, is confined to his bed with a severe chill, states a message received in Vanconver from London on Monday. ...

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  10. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1919.

    Extremely serious financial problems face the nations which were victorious in the war. Respecting these problems there is always the consolation of the ...

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  11. SCOURING INDUSTRY.

    Recently Mr. [?]iley, M.H.R., declared that the scouring and fellmongering industries in Australia were being ruined by the control of the Central Wool ...

    Article : 607 words
  12. RETURNING AUSTRALIANS.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) yesterday received a cable message from the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) which indicates that the urgent representations ...

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  13. DANGERS OF FIRE.

    In the opinion of the chief officer of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (Mr. H. B. Lee) grave danger to both life and property exists owing to the lack of adequate protection ...

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  14. INJURED MAN'S RESISTANCE.

    A graphic description of an unpleasant experience is given by Mr. George J. Alpass, a member of the linotype staff of "The Argus," who, as already reported, was ...

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  15. TELEPHONE SERVICE.

    At a special meeting of telephone officers hold last evening, at which all grades were represented, the following motion was unanimously agreed to:— ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. WHEAT SILOS SITE.

    By a decision reached by the State Cabinet yesterday, the construction of terminal wheat silos in Melbourne has been indefinitely shelved. The Cabinet recently asked ...

    Article : 266 words
  17. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    James McKeich, of Cumming, retired draper, who died on January 29, left by will dated August 24, 1918, real estate valued at £6,708, and personal property valued at £82, to his widow and ...

    Article : 284 words
  18. Caulfield "Sticking Up."

    Investigations into the Caulfield "stickingup" case on the night of March 27, when Mr. Timothy Bowes, V.A.T.c. ranger, was robbed of £900 by two masked and armed ...

    Article : 126 words
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  20. 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:—New ...

    Article : 507 words
  21. EXHIBITION HOSPITAL.

    Attention is again being directed to the Influenza Hospital at the Exhibition Building in consequence of some of the difficulties of administration having precipitated ...

    Article : 91 words
  22. THIEVES PLUNDER WAREHOUSE.

    Further evidence of the activity of thieves who specialise in the removal of suitings and other bulky, but valuable, booty of a similar class, using a cart to remove the ...

    Article : 221 words
  23. THREE CHILDREN DROWNED.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Mary McVeich was charged at the Allora Police Court to-day with the murder of her three children—Magdalene, Ellen, and Thomas ...

    Article : 167 words
  24. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—State Government is strongly in favour of cutting down the programme of peace celebrations, and the Premier (Mr. ...

    Article : 165 words
  25. TANGO MARU PASSENGERS.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The Japanese steamer Tango Maru called at Thursday Island on Sunday, in continuation of a voyage to Australian ports. The following is a list of the passengers:—For ...

    Article : 124 words
  26. SHIPPING TRADE.

    The Minister in Charge of Shipping (Mr. Poynton) yesterday referred to the views of Australian shipowners on the London Shipping Conference, given in "The Argus" ...

    Article : 165 words
  27. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL APPEAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 152 words
  28. COAL AGREEMENT.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) still refuses to make available to the public the details of the agreement arrived at by the delegates to the recent coal conference. ...

    Article : 96 words
  29. RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER.

    On the recommendation of a sub[?]committee, the State Cabinet yesterday appointed Mr. W. M. Shannon, chief mechanical engineer of the Victorian railways, as third ...

    Article : 173 words
  30. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    HIGH COURT.—In Third Civil Court.—Before Mr. Justice Higgins.—At 10—Australian Workers' Union v. the Adelaide Milling Co. and others (application under 21AA). Before Mr. Justice ...

    Article : 174 words
  31. SPECIAL NOTES.

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  32. MILLION PENNIES FUND.

    On behalf of the Yooralla Kindergarten, for physically weak and crippled children, which is situated at 313 Drummond street, Carlton, a public appeal for a "million ...

    Article : 84 words
  33. ANZAC REMEMBRANCE DAY.

    To-night at the Sturt street Drill Hall, the State Commandant (Brigad[?]er-General Brand) will meet the officers who are to command the various A.I.F. units in the Naval and Military Review, which is ...

    Article : 55 words
  34. AEROPLANE REACHES SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—On last Monday week Flight-Commander C. M. Chateau and Captain Taylor, M.C, accompanied by Lieutenant Oakes and a mechanic, started ...

    Article : 105 words
  35. READING MATTER FOR SOLDIERS.

    An appeal is made by the Y.M.C.A. authorities for magazines, periodicals[?] and other literary matter, for the use of soldiers and sailors frequenting the various Red Triangle huts in the metropolitan ...

    Article : 78 words
  36. FORESTRY COMMISSIONERS.

    The Minister for Forests (Mr. Hutchinson) informed the State Cabinet yesterday that about 80 applications had been received for the three positions of forestry ...

    Article : 88 words
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