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  2. INFLOENZA.

    Great iinconvenience and suffering are resulting from the lack of sufficient hospital accommodation for persons suffering from influenza. Many patients are able to ...

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  3. AN ARBITRATION BOND.

    When the Waterside Workers' Federation had a case before Mr. Justice Higgins in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court last year the union entered into a bond, the ...

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  4. SECOND EDITION.

    A British official communique regarding operations in Northern Russia says:— "After a night's bombardment the enemy on Saturday morning attacked positions ...

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  5. REPATRIATION.

    While in Western Australia and South Australia, the Minister for Repatriation (Senator Millen) inspected several sites for hosspitals and convalescent homes. In ...

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  6. ALLIES IN RUSSIA.

    The British relief force for Murmansk, in Northern[?]Russia, will be despatched from England to-morrow. An official message from British ...

    Article : 150 words
  7. HUNGARY'S BREAKAWAY.

    A Budapest message states that Lieut.-General Smuts, who has gone to Hungary on behalf of the Allies, has proposed to Hungary the creation of a neutral zone between ...

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  8. PEACE TERMS.

    Mr. Arnot Dosch Fleurot, the Berlin correspondent of the "New York World," has interviewed Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, who will be head of the German ...

    Article : 154 words
  9. NATIONAL FEDERATION.

    It has been deemed necessary to postpone the interstate conference of the National Federation, owing to the influenza epidemic. The following proposals have been ...

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  10. THE TARIFF.

    Under the 1908-1911 tariff woollen goods were dutiable at 25 per cent. on the production of the United Kingdom, and 30 per cent. on the production of foreign ...

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  11. NEW BAVARIAN REPUBLIC.

    The Bavarian Government has abandoned Munich and moved to B[?]mberg, an ancient town on the river Regnitz, two miles above its junction with the Main. ...

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  12. Another Bolshevik Reverse.

    According to a despatch from Stockholm the Bolsheviks have been defeated in Northem Lithuania and are retreating along the whole front. ...

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  13. Reparation Commission.

    The commission dealing with the question of the reparations to be demanded from Germany has adopted a report setting out the amounts of claim and the ...

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  14. Conservatives in Prussia.

    There have been stormy scenes in the Prussian National Assembly. The Consenvatives openly challenged the Government, declaring that the revolution was ...

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  15. Plea for Convalescents.

    Representatives of the Women's National League yesterday waited on the Minister for Health (Mr. Bowrser) and asked that accommodation should be found by the State ...

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  16. MENACE OF BOLSHEVISM.

    The opinion is growing in London thal it is of the greatest importance that the Allies should decide upon a definite policy of dealing with Bolshevism in order to prevent it ...

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  17. Germany Pleads Poverty.

    German financial experts plead that Germany will be unable to pay for the food being supplied to her in gold, owing to the fact that the stock will be soon exhausted ...

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  18. Italian Steamer Blown Up.

    As the resulh of a naphtha tank bursting on the Italian transport Spiridione as she was leaving Venice for Pola with troops and civilians, the vessel was blown up. Of ...

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  19. STATE STAFF OFFICES.

    The Repatriation department has secured a 21 years' lease of the site which was occupied by Hoadley's factory on St. Kilda road before the recent fire.' It is intended to ...

    Article : 136 words
  20. SUMMARY OF EARLIER NEWS

    Several French newspapers express the view that the Dantzig agreement amounts to a tactical success for Germant, and point out that German newspapers claim ...

    Article : 348 words
  21. RISK OF ATTENDANTS.

    The Premier (Mr. Lawson) said that when the influenza epidemic broke out in Victoria the undertaking was given that the State would insure nurses, hospital ...

    Article : 119 words
  22. President Wilson.

    It is reported in Paris that President Wilson has ordered the S.S. George Washington to return from New York to Brest (France) forthwith, indicating that he ...

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  23. GERMAN LOOTERS.

    Advices from Aix-la-Chapelle, near Cologne, record the fact that drastic measures have been taken by the Allied armies of occupation in Germany against ...

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  24. Gifts to Wannon Fund.

    As a result of an appeal for the special repatriation fund in Wannon electorate made by Mr. Rodgeers, M.H.R., at Dunkeld on Saturday, £850 was subscribed, the chief ...

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  25. Poland Wants Danzig.

    The Polish Prime Minister (M. Paderewski), who has arrived in Paris to interview the members of the Peace Conference, has stated to a reporter that any ...

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  26. UNITED STATES SHIPPING.

    The United States Shipping Controller (Mr. Hurley) in a speech delivered in New York said that during the past 18 months the United States Shipping Board had ...

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  27. Tent Hospital Suggested.

    In a report to the Port Melbourne Council last night Dr. J. R. Davis, health officer, stated that he was opposed to using the local school buildings as hospitals. The ...

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  28. Employment Wanted.

    In the advertisement columns will be found a special advertisement from the Repatriation department indicating in full the trades and callings of returned soldiers ...

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  29. A NEW JAPAN.

    An interesting feature of Paris to-day is the number of Japanese assembled in Paris. They include 35 journalists, besides representatives of commercial and financial ...

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  30. Reconstruction in Britain.

    In the House of Commons on Monday the Home Secretary (Mr. E. F. Shortt), replying to an amendment to the Transport (Ways and Communication) Bill, moved by ...

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  31. DELAYS AT JOLIMONT.

    Sir,—Councillor Abrahams has done a lot of good work in connection with repatriation, but he is hasty and impatient and his judgments are ill-considered. As a ...

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  32. Ten Deaths Reported.

    Then deaths from influenza were reported as having occurred in hospitals yesterday. In addition, the Board of Public Health received notification from a number of ...

    Article : 151 words
  33. THE BOLSHEVIK FLAG.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—In the Police Court to-day two men, Percival James and Guss Oranco, were each sentenced to six months' imprisonment for having carried ...

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  34. China and Japan.

    The Chinese Government has again appealed to the Peace Conference to abrogate the 21 demands which Japan compelled China to sign an acceptance of in 1915. ...

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  35. "NEW PROTECTION."

    Sir,—Now that Mr. Tudor has come out is the champion of protection, why is it that he is so silent in respect to the broader aspect of new protection? His party have ...

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  36. Japanese in Korea.

    Korean representatives at Washington allege that the Japanese are torturing Korean Christians because they refuse to worship the Mikado. The rioting ...

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  37. SOLDIERS' LEAGUE.

    At a meeting of the committee of the Victorian branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League, held last evening, a letter was read from Messrs. ...

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  38. ADMINISTRATION OF SAMOA.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—According to a correspondent there is no enthusiasm in Samoa over New Zealand a administration of the islands. One cause of ...

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  39. Schools Not to be Closed.

    For the present it is not intended to again close State schools iin Melbourne to allow the buildings to be used for municipal emergency influenza hospitals. After a ...

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  40. JOHANNESBURG STRIKE.

    The settlement of the municipal strike in Johannesburg does not imply that all trouble is ended. On the contrary, the prospect is for a spread of the industrial ...

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  41. Liquor Question.

    An international conference of delegates of temperance associations is being held in Paris, at which Lord d'Abernon (who was chairman of the Dominions Royal Trade ...

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  42. "WATERED" CAPITAL.

    Sir,—The Federal Government is stated by Mr. Watt to be hard at work revising the tariff in the interests of certain new industries, or to further protect those already ...

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  43. ACHERON FOREST.

    NARBETHONG, Tuesday.—"I am [?] that there is a good deal of ignorance and of indifference with regard to Australia[?]s timber resources," said His Excellency the ...

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  44. CLOSING OF COPPER MINES.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—At a meeting of shareholders in the Wallaroo and Moonta Mining Company, the chairman (Sir Lancelot Stirling) said that the hopes that the ...

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  45. Australian's Stage Success.

    Leon Errol, an Australian actor, has made a successful first appearance in London in a new revue, produced at the Hippodrome. The newspapers describe him as a ...

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  46. Restoration of Industry.

    Mr. Lloyd George, in a foreword to the report of the last conference of the National Industrial Conference, appeals to all sections of the community to read the speeches ...

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  47. Loss by Exhibition Trustees.

    In an interview with the Minister for Health (Mr. Bowser) yesterday, Sir Henry Weedon and Mr. J. Membrey, on behalf of the trustees of the Exhibition Building, ...

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  48. GRASSTREE PRODUCTS.

    PERTH Tuesday.—For some time past the Grasstree Products Syndicate, formed in Victoria, has been conducting research work on a semi-commercial scale for the ...

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  49. Railway Employees Affected.

    A considerable number of employees of the Railways department are absent from duty on account of sickness. On February 15 the number of absentees was 315, but ...

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  50. JUSTICE TO RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    Sir,—I have been back in Australia only a week, but I have read and seen enough to convince me that the policy adopted with respect to those who have faithfully served ...

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  51. Unrest in Egypt.

    A message from Cairo announces that a three days' strike of Government native officials has commenced. The official announcement is also made ...

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  52. Kenilworth Castle Passengers.

    The passengers ffom the Kenilworth Castle, who are now in quarantine at Port Nepean, will be released at 9 a.m. to-morrow. They include a number of officers ...

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  53. New Zealand Meat in America

    A truckload of New Zealand frozen lamb and mutton has been placed on sale in New York. It is expected that it will be sold, in wholesale lots, at a few cents below ...

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  54. AUSTRALIANS ON SERVICE.

    BRETT.—Warrant-Officer R. G. W., now in Syria, has been mentioned in recent dospatchen of General Allenby. Warrant-Officer Brett was on the staff of the Bank of Victoria when he [?] in ...

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  55. MURRAY LOCKS.

    MILDURA, Tuesday.—Mr. Sampson, M.H.R., was met yesterday by representatives of local bodies, including the shire council the Mildura Murray Conservation ...

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  56. Britain's Wool Holdings.

    At the instance of Senator King (Republican, Illinois), the American representatives at Paris will be asked to take up with the British Government the question of ...

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  57. Rutherford Trial Begins.

    The trial has begun in the Criminal Court in London of Colonel Rutherford, who is charged with the murder of Major Seton, of the Australian Army Medical Corps, ...

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  58. BOOTS AND SHOES.

    Sir,—All boots and shoes manufactured here should be stamped "Made in Australia." Some of our locally made goods are superior to those imported; in fact, ...

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  59. Grand Fleet Ceases.

    Admiral of the Fleet Sir David Beatty on Monday hauled down his flag is Commander-in-Chief on the occasion of the formal dispersal of the Grand Fleet. It is ...

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  60. Outbreak at Lal Lal.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—An outbreak of influenza is reported from Lal Lal, where seven cases have occurred. Two of the patients are in a serious condition. The ...

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  61. Kinmel Park Camp Riots.

    At the inquest on the bodies of five Canadians who were killed in the riots at Kinmel Park camp, in Wales, early in March, evidence was given that several of the rioters ...

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  64. Fewer Cases at Bendigo.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.—The influenza epidemic in Bendigo appears to be abating. Only two fresh cases [?] to the Bendigo Ho[?] on Tuesday, while four ...

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