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  2. LOYALIST COAL MINERS.

    A promise was made yesterday by the Premier (Mr. Lawson) to a deputation from the National Federation that he would reconsider the position of the ...

    Article : 636 words
  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 181 words
  4. REPATRIATION.

    In consequence of representations made by the Minister for Repatriation (Senator Millen) the Federal Cabinet recently approved of the training of those members of ...

    Article : 913 words
  5. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    In view of the influenza epidemic the proposed conference of the branches of the Incorporated Institute of Accountants, to be held at Sydney at Easter, has been ...

    Article : 571 words
  6. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    The Central Peace Celebration Committee yesterday endorsed the decision of the State Cabinet that the peace celebrations in Victoria should be subject to ...

    Article : 89 words
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  8. STREET DECORATIONS.

    Having decided by a large majority to recommend that peace celebrations in Melbourne be confined to two days, Sunday and Monday a public meeting h[?]d at the ...

    Article : 598 words
  9. NATIONAL LABOUR PARTY.

    A meeting of the executive committee of the National Labour party was held at the head office, 430 Bourke street, last evening, the president (Councillor H. Jenkins) occupying the chair. ...

    Article : 329 words
  10. FREMANTLE WHARF DISPUTE.

    FREMANTLE (W.A.), Wednesday.—The position on the Fremantle wharf remains practically unaltered, and shipping is at a standstill. The Berrima, which called to ...

    Article : 101 words
  11. CITY FINANCES.

    Councillors Bell (ex-chairman) and Thonemann, formerly members of the finance committee of the City Council, make the following reply to Councillor Ward's ...

    Article : 604 words
  12. ST. GEORGE'S DAY.

    Sir.—Permit me to direct the attention of all men and women of English descent to the fact that upon Wednesday next, 23rd inst., there will be held at St. Paul's ...

    Article : 208 words
  13. FEDERAL LAND TAXATION.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—Evidence was [?]ven to-day, before the Federal Commis[?]on on the Taxation of Le[?]schold Estates [?] Crown Lands, by Mr. Walter Gaskell ...

    Article : 467 words
  14. PAPUAN FINANCES.

    Much of the information contained in the report of the Lieutenant-Governor of Papua (Judge Murray) on his administration for the financial year 1917-1918 has been ...

    Article : 130 words
  15. CONFECTIONERY.

    Sir,—If Australian confectionery is equal to any the world can produce, our manufacturers have little or nothing to fear from fair competition. The present ...

    Article : 85 words
  16. ANZAC MEMORIAL FUND.

    Considerable enthusiasm marked the launching at the Melbourne Town Hall yesterday afternoon of the Anzac Remembrance Day Appeal, the purpose of ...

    Article : 628 words
  17. "FAUST" IN ENGLISH.

    Under the auspices of the Australian Natives' Association the Rigo Grand Opera company produced "Fanst" in English before a good audience at the Princess Theatre ...

    Article : 69 words
  18. RAILWAY [?] PILFERING.

    Sir,—I am in the habit of frequently ordering cases of fruit consigned to me from Goorambat station to Alexandra station. On every occasion, and I have been getting ...

    Article : 147 words
  19. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Wheat is now accumulating at the rate of 12,000 bags a day at the St[?]well depot, where 1,270,280 bags have been stacked. At Wail there are 60,000 bags, and the Sheep Hills 40,000 awaiting removal to ...

    Article : 443 words
  20. TRADES FOR THE DISABLED.

    A review of the work being done in the training of disabled soldiers in England was given by Colonel J. W. Springthorpe in a lecture at the Athenaeum Hall last ...

    Article : 431 words
  21. CAR AND CYCLE COLLIDE.

    Cross actions arising from a collision between a motor-car and a motor-cycle at the intersection of Epsom and Smithfield roads, Newmarket, were decided before Judge Woinarski and a jury ...

    Article : 189 words
  22. HOW HAMEL WAS FOUGHT.

    "If you wish to form up unobserved in front of your trench for a morning attack, you must own No Man's Land first. But if you make yourself owners of that area [?] ...

    Article : 410 words
  23. TRAINEES' DRILL.

    Sir,—I would like to add my protest to those appearing in your issue of to-day regarding the present scheme for drilling the Citizen Forces. To-night my lad has ...

    Article : 246 words
  24. CRIMINAL COURT.

    In the Criminal Court yesterday, before Mr. Justice tice Cussen, Joseph George Mason was found not guilty on a charge of an offence against a girl and was discharged. ...

    Article : 224 words
  25. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Arrangements for the Bendigo Easter Fair, which will extend from April 19 to April 23, have been almost completed, and the fair promises to be very successful. Over 600 entries have been ...

    Article : 96 words
  26. INSTITUTE OF SECRETARIES.

    At the monthly meeting of the council of the Australian Institute of Secretaries (Victorian branch), 26 new members were admitted. Forty other applications were held over for further ...

    Article : 78 words
  27. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    A civic welcome was given by the mayor and councillors of the city to the Rev. Joseph Snell, newly appointed superintendent minister of the Geelong East Methodist Circuit. ...

    Article : 109 words
  28. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    LYTTELTON.—Arrived.—April 16—City of Newcastle, from Newcastle. ...

    Article : 21 words
  29. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Citizen Forces are to be made to make up eight days' lost time before Jun 30. This means that trainees will be compelled to attend parades every Saturday ...

    Article : 132 words
  30. WONTHAGGI MINERS' DESIRES.

    WONTHAGGI, Monday.—At a special meeting of the Miners' Federation it was resolved to press for a six-hours day and five days' work a week. ...

    Article : 26 words
  31. KILLED BY MOTOR-CAR.

    Ann Haughton, about nine years of age, residing with her parents at 436 High street, Prahran, was knocked down by a motor-car driven by a man named Coh[?] at the corner of Williams road and ...

    Article : 57 words
  32. GRANT TO MUNICIPALITIES.

    Having received from the Moorabbin Shire Council an intimation that the council had endorsed a report by the shire engineer that the grand by the Commonwealth of ...

    Article : 546 words
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  37. UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATION.

    At a meeting of the Melbourne University Association, held last evening, Mr. John Lang was elected chairman, with Mr. Stanton [?] as hon. secretary and treasurer, and Mr. R. G. Menzies ...

    Article : 116 words
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