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  3. INFLUENZA.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—A telegram from Thursday Island states that unless prompt action is taken by the proper authorities to cope with the influenza ...

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  5. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  6. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    During the present summer the South Melbourne Council has tar-painted nearly 400,000 square yards of street surface. Prosecutions are to be launched by the ...

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  7. MR. HOLMAN'S POLICY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The unmediate dissolution of the State Parliament and the general elections on Saturday, March 20, were announced by the Premier (Mr. ...

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  8. REPATRIATION.

    The chief engineer for railway construction (Mr. C. E. Kernot) has notified the Assistant Minister for Lands (Mr. Mackinnon) that the new ...

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  9. STRANGE LIFE AND DEATH.

    A remarkable and sad story was told in a disputed will case before the Chief Justice yesterday. About 12 months ago the body of Maria Sarah Clare Mousley, ...

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  10. THE PICTURES.

    However excellent a moving picture programme may be, it cannot unless it is well presented command success. Exhibitors have only themselves to blame if ...

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  11. STATE COAL MINE.

    Asserting that the present system of permitting an inspection of the State coal mine at Wonthaggi on behalf of the men was "nothing more than a farce," a ...

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  12. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Unfavourable reports concerning the condition of the Urquhart street State school having been received, the city council has decided to urge the department to have the matter attended to at ...

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  13. Dear Butter in England.

    A singular demonstration against high prices has been made at St. Just, in Cornwall. The town crier called out the miners, ...

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  14. EXTENSIVE GRASS FIRE.

    PENSHURST, Wednesday.—A grass fire broke out on the Green Hills estate to-day, and swept over 200 acres belonging to Mr. Emil Nagorckas. Fanned by a strong wind, ...

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  15. Higher Railway Fares.

    Trade union delegates to the number of several hundreds attended a meeting in London on Saturday to protest against the Underground Railways Bill, which ...

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  16. RAT PLAGUE.

    The necessity of fighting the plague of rats which is said to exist in Melbourne was again referred to by the Board of Public Health yesterday. ...

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  17. CHARGE AGAINST AGENT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—At the Central Police Court to-day Eri[?] Linden, estate agent, appeared on a warrant from Tasmania, charging him with having ...

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  18. RIOT IN FIJI.

    SUVA (FIJI), Wednesday.—An Indian not took place this afternoon at Toorak, Suva. The military were called out. About 200 Indians have been arrested. Three ...

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  19. New South Wales Loan.

    It is expected that a large proportion of holders of maturing New South Wales stock will accept the offer to convert into an equal amount of the new 5¾ per cent. stock, ...

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  20. GENERAL BIRDWOOD.

    HOBART, Wednesday.—Tasmania is giving a splendid reception to General Sir William Birdwood. At Hobart and Launceston he has been cheered by large crowds of ...

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  21. TEMPERANCE WORK.

    Mr. Francis Wilson has accepted a temporary engagement with the Victorian Band of Hope Union, and will conduct a fortnight's campaign in Gippsland. Mr. Wilson, who has been secretary of the ...

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  22. A.N.A. EXHIBITION.

    An excellent programme of instrumental and vocal items entertained visitors to the A.N.A. exhibition of Australian Manufactures at the Exhibition Building last night. ...

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  23. SYDNEY RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES.

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  24. CRUELTY TO PIGS.

    Sir,—On this extremely hot day I saw pigs being driven along King street, at the intersection of Little Collins street, at 10.40 a.m. They arrived at the ...

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  25. CHILD RUN OVER BY TRAIN.

    White playing with a number of other children at the Greenwood street railway crossing, Collingwood, yesterday afternoon, Edward James Thorpe, 6 years of age, who lives at 72 Hoddle street[?] ...

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  26. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

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  27. STREET BARROWS.

    Sir,—If any argument were needed in favour of street barrows, or of any means for dsiposing of our fruit to the public, the following surely should emphasise how ...

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  28. MOTORS AND SCHOOL CHILDREN.

    Sir,—The danger of motor traffic is an ever-present one to school children and a source of anxiety to parents. On a recent visit to America I observed sign-posts ...

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  29. COUNTRY VISITOR ROBBED.

    While Miss Marie Amerena, who resides at 133 Summerville street, Bendigo, was bathing in the sea at St. Kilda on Monday a handbag containing jewellery, valued at £20, which she had left in a ...

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  30. OWNER REQUIRED FOR BLACK TWILL.

    Recovered by Detective L. O'Sullivan on Monday, a piece of black twill, about 6½ yards long, is now at the detective office, Russell street, awaiting identification. Persons who have missed such ...

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