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  2. QUARANTINE ARRANGEMENTS.

    The Chief Quarantine Officer (Dr. Hone) stated on Tuesday night that intending passengers for Broken Hill should note that the Broken Hill express would be ...

    Article : 1,504 words
  3. A DANIEL TO JUDGMENT.

    Mr. Arno Doschfleurot has telegraphed from Berlin an interview with Count von Rantzau, who will be the head of the German peace delegation to Paris. The ...

    Article : 154 words
  4. Killed In a Camp Riot.

    At the inquest on five Canadians killed in the Kinmer Camp riots, evidence was given that several of the rioters were under the influence of drink. The Coroner ...

    Article : 78 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 615 words
  6. COMING HOME.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) to-day received a cablegram from the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes), which states that urgent representations which ...

    Article : 404 words
  7. WOOL SALES.

    The Chairman of the Central Wool Committee (Sir J. M. Higgins) reports that auctions of wood under the control of the Imperial authorities were opened in ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. WORKMEN'S BOND.

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

    Article : 154 words
  9. The Old Order Changed.

    A United States Budapest correspondent reported that the Hungarian Soviet coup which deposed the former Administration ocourred without disorder or ...

    Article : 86 words
  10. NEW ZEALAND TOPICS.

    A deadlock has occurred between the Medical Association at Christchurch and the Health Department, consequent upon the non-payment by the department of fees ...

    Article : 127 words
  11. Passive Resistance.

    Conferences of German leaders have been held secretly at Berlin, and the Germans are convinced, because of the labour unrest in England and incidents at the Paris ...

    Article : 117 words
  12. Transport Blown Up.

    The bursting of a naphtha tank on board the Italian transport Spiridione as she was leaving Venice with troops and civilians for Pola, blew up the ship. Thirty ...

    Article : 41 words
  13. REPLY TO CRITICISM.

    Replying to-day to statements by Mr. E. Riley. M.P., to the effect that the scorning and "iellmongering industries were being ruined by the operations of the Central ...

    Article : 145 words
  14. Troops on the Ulimaroa.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 581 words
  15. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    From H. L. PENFOLD-HYLAND:—The Rev. Frank Lode write:—"Mr. Penfold-Hyland, to save his reputation, has at considerable expense imposed impossible conditions." I presume this ...

    Article : 342 words
  16. "Revolution a Crime."

    Stormy scenes have occurred' in the Prussian National Assembly. The Conservatives openly challenged the Government, and declared that the revolution was the ...

    Article : 50 words
  17. DROWNED IN A TUB.

    At the Allora Police Court to-day Mary McVeigh was charged with the wilful murder of her three children, Magdalene, Ellen, and Thomas McVeigh. ...

    Article : 190 words
  18. Aid for Roumania.

    The Berne correspondent of the United States Press Association has interviewed Herr Windiscbgrnetz, former adviser to the Austrian Emperor. He said that Roumania ...

    Article : 67 words
  19. RAND STRIKES.

    The settlement of the municipal strike at Johannesburg does not imply that all trouble has ended. On the contrary, there is a prospect of a spread ...

    Article : 347 words
  20. HUNGARY'S CRISIS.

    Reports from Hungary show that the revolution was not so bloodless as was made out. There were serious fusillades in the streets of Budapest, and many people were ...

    Article : 93 words
  21. HISS EITEL'S STUDENTS' CONCERT.

    A capital concert was given in the Lister Hall, Adelaide, on Tuesday night, by the senior and intermediate students of Miss Winifred Eitel. assisted by Miss Hazel ...

    Article : 185 words
  22. LIME FOR HEAVY LAND.

    Commenting on my previous letter the Director of Agriculture (Professor 'Perkins) points out that lime is not a substitute for superohosphate, but what needs to be strongly emphazized is that ...

    Article : 147 words
  23. JAPAN AND KOREA.

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

    Article : 41 words
  24. NATIONAL FEDERATION.

    It has been deemed necessary to postpone the interstate conference' of the National Federation owing to the influenza epidemic. The following are ...

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  25. REPATRIATION.

    The Repatriation Department has secured a 21 years lease at a site on the St. Kilda road, near the Defence Department. It is intended to erect a ...

    Article : 61 words
  26. "BOURGEOISIE HAVE NO ALTERNATIVE."

    The Berlin correspondent of The Daily Chronicle says that the German and Austrian Cabinets have given official recognition to the Soviet Administration in ...

    Article : 176 words
  27. "DRY" STATES IS AMERICA"

    From the secretary of the South Australian Alliance:—Information has been received that four more of the American State's have ratified the proposal for national constitutional ...

    Article : 101 words
  28. GENERAL CABLES.

    The steamer Armagh has sailed from Plymouth with 1,500 Australians on board. ...

    Article : 21 words
  29. POWERS OF LOCAL COMMITTEES.

    The Minister for Repatriation (Mr. Millen), referring to-day' to the question of the powers of local commie cees, said that he hoped that new regulations ...

    Article : 77 words
  30. FAREWELLS TO MINISTERS.

    A largely attended circuit gathering assembled in the Holder Memorial Church on Monday night to bid farewell to the Rev. W. H. Hanton and Mrs. and Miss ...

    Article : 640 words
  31. AN AUSTRALIAN ACTOR.

    Leon Errol, an Australian actor, has made a successful first appearance at the London New Hippodrome in revue. He is described by the newspapers as a genuine ...

    Article : 41 words
  32. THE CONDEMNED MURDERER.

    From "ANTI-BOIBHEVISM":—Some of the Social Democrats of Adelaide (as they call themselves) are busily endeavouring once moro to get commutation of the death sentence on the ...

    Article : 778 words
  33. CASUALTIES.

    At the Farmers' Union Stores at Port Adelaide on Tuesday morning Alexander Adams, a young man, residing at Way street, Chicago, was injured by the fall ...

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  34. BIOGRAPHICAL.

    Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Walker, of Peterborough, have been notified that their son, Cpl. H. S. Walker, who has been a prisoner of war, is expected to return on April 25. ...

    Article : 120 words
  35. TO STABILIZE WOOL MARKET.

    The Washington correspondent of The New York Times says:—At the instance or Sr King, the American representatives at the Paris Peace Conference will take up. ...

    Article : 114 words
  36. TRANSPORT BILL.

    The Home Secretary (Mr. Shortt), replying in the House of Commons to an amendment to the Transport Bill, submitted by Col. J. Gretton (Unionist, Burton district ...

    Article : 166 words
  37. NEUTRAL ZOXE AND RACIAL LIMITS.

    Advices from Budapest state that the British Mission, headed by Gen. Smuts, has made a proposal to Hungary for the creation of a neutral zone between ...

    Article : 119 words
  38. A BURNING ACCIDENT.

    While burning string in a fire at his parents home on Monday evening the three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, of Langham place, Portland, was ...

    Article : 98 words
  39. RED CROSS DEPOT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    There have been large demands from the local hospitals for garments of every kind, and a good, shipment of pyjamas and woollens is to 'be sent overseas this week. ...

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  40. NEW ZEALAND MEAT IN AMERICA.

    A carload of New Zealand frozen lamb and mutton has been placed on sale in New York. Several care of the commodity have been consigned to New York ...

    Article : 59 words
  41. PETERBOROUGH ACTIVITIES.

    Since Saturday 18 new cases of influenza have been reported by the medical offices to the Local Board of Health. The hospital at the school has been completed. A ...

    Article : 166 words
  42. CLASS WARFARE IN HUNGARY.

    The Home representative of the United Stats Press Association says:—Bolshevist uprisings in Austria and Czccho-Slavia are imminent. Any move in these countries ...

    Article : 45 words
  43. A BROKEN LEG.

    Ray Kanchke, a jeweller's apprentice, reading at Walsall street. Kensington. Park, was riding a bicycle along Rundle street on Tuesday morning, when the machine ...

    Article : 50 words
  44. BRITISH AGRICULTURE.

    The Agricultural Wages Board reports that whereas fanners' profits before the war averaged 6/ an acre, they reached 27/8 last year, but land depreciated owing to the ...

    Article : 70 words
  45. INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS.

    The hope is general that Mr. Lloyd George will be able to attend the Industrial Conference on April 4. His foreword to the report of the last similar ...

    Article : 105 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 46 words
  47. FALL OF GOVERNMENT RUMOURED.

    It is rumoured that the Hungarian Soviet Government has been overthrown. ...

    Article : 19 words
  48. BROKEN COLLARBONE.

    KEITH, April 7.—On Wednesday last Mr. Sydney Makin was breaking in a young horse when the animal threw him. He landed when the ground, and ...

    Article : 49 words
  49. TRANSATLANTIC PLIGHT.

    Despatches from St. Johns. Newfoundland, say that the British airplane in which Major Herry G. Hawker, a well-known Australian airman, and his ...

    Article : 61 words
  50. TRAGIC SHOOTING EPISODE.

    HAWKER, April 4.—A tragic shooting accident occurred near the Hern Menu. Siding, on March 23, to Silvie Hallett, aged 17, eldest surviving son of M. A. E. ...

    Article : 231 words
  51. NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 301 words
  52. FURTHER NEW ZEALAND OUTBREAK.

    An Auckland message states that six more cases of influenza have been reported from tie quarantine station, and six from the steamer Niagara, including a patient ...

    Article : 51 words
  53. SAMOA'S MANDATE.

    According to a correspondent, there is no enthusiasm in Samoa over the New Zealand administration of those islands. The alleged failure of the Administrator ...

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  54. AN AMERICAN BOAST.

    The United States Shipping Controller (Mr. Hurley) says that during the past 18 months the United States Shipping Board has constructed 3,640,406 deadweight ...

    Article : 106 words
  55. PATIENTS ON STEAMERS.

    A member of the crew of the steamer Gilgai, at present lying at South Brisbane wharf, was to-day discovered suffering from a suspicious illness. The patient was ...

    Article : 62 words
  56. RED CROSS SOCIETY AND THE EPIDEMIC.

    The Port Pirie and Unley lied Cross Circles have already had the opportunity to give direct and substantial assistance to the Local Boards of Health in their fight ...

    Article : 195 words
  57. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "Curious."—The "g" in the Latin word "Regina" (queen) is pronounced soft, as in "Enquirer."—1. The price would depend upon ...

    Article : 55 words
  58. VENEREAL DISEASE.

    Writing to The West Australian concerning the controversy in respect to soldiers and venereal disease, a correspondent quotes The Australian Medical Journal of ...

    Article : 100 words
  59. EXPORT OF GRAPES.

    Concerning the finding of space for the export of grapes, Rp. Gregory' staled to-day that he had been advised on good authority that the British Government ...

    Article : 93 words
  60. GAS STRIKE AVERTED.

    Recently the New South Wales branch of the Gas Employes Union decided to request the Minister for Labour to take a ballot to determine whether members of ...

    Article : 99 words
  61. A CRUSHED ARM.

    MALLALA, April 7.—Mr. A. E. March met with a painful accident to-day at the railway yards. While unloading superphoshates he was crushed against the ...

    Article : 93 words
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