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  2. IN THE CITIES

    LAUNCESTON, Tuesday — The following returned soldiers arrived to-day: —Major Eric Lewis, Captain Terry Pte. J. F. Gifford, Sergt. A. C. ...

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  3. ACROSS THE STRAUS

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The latest election figures show that labor has 48 scats in the new Assembly, against the Nationalists 24. In the old House the ...

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  4. THE TURF

    Special trains from all stations, cheap fores, and excellent appointments, to say nothing of the excellent racing that will be provided, should prove an ...

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  6. £75,953 for the Loan

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  8. THREE MINUTES' EXPENDITURE.

    What the Burnie and Devonport contributions of £13,220 and £12,160 mean when compared with the war expenditure is probably not realised by most ...

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  9. SEAMEN AND OWNERS' DISPUTE.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday—In the Arbitration Court to-day Justice Higgins found as a fact that a dispute exists between the Seamen's Onion and the ...

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  10. PRAYERS FOR THE EMPIRE.

    HOBART, Tuesday — Special intercessory services were held hourly throughout to-day at the Town Hall, ministers of different denomination ...

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  11. DEVONPORT RACE CLUB.

    Minnie Singer, 7.5, and Koagara, 8.3, were omitted from the weights published on Saturday for next Saturday's meet of the Devonport Race ...

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  12. MOUNT BISOHOFF EXTENDED.

    Fortnightly report, dated March 20th:— No. 4 Level.—[?] lode average 24in. payable. ...

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  13. TROTTING EVENTS.

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  14. ANZAC DAY AT HOBART.

    HOBART, Tuesday — A meeting was held to-night to consider in what way Anzac Day should be celebrated. It was decided that it should be ...

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  15. WARRNAMBOOL A CITY.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Warrnambool has been raised to the status of a city. ...

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  16. ULVERSTONE REACHES £6,740.

    In consequence of the announcement that the Tank would return to Ulverstone at 7.03 last night, a large number of people assembled in the vicinity ...

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  17. YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS AND SALES.

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  18. VICTORIAN RAILWAY FREIGHTS REDUCED.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The State Government has passed an Executive order reducing all railway freights by fire per cent. ...

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  19. STRAITS STEAMER SERVICE.

    The winter running between Launceston and Melbourne will be commenced by the s.s. Rotomahnna and the t.s. Loongana on April 17. From that date ...

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  20. VICTORIAN STATE LOAN CONVERSION.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — Mr. M'Pherson, State Treasurer, has arranged for the conversion of the State loan falling due on April 1 at 4¾ per ...

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  21. MORE MONEY AT DEVONPORT.

    Considerable interest is being taken in the return of the Tank to Devonport this morning. It will make a short stay, and an assurance is given ...

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  22. 30/ A WEEK FOR MOUSE PLAGUE.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — Judge Moule to-day awarded David Heatherton, laborer, 80/ a week for 13 weeks, being compensation under the ...

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  23. DROWNED IN CREAM

    Vague details came to hand last evening of the death of a child named Olga Smith, aged two years, the daughter of Mr. E. Smith, of South Riana. ...

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  24. DEARTH OF JUDGES.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Judges of the Supreme Court Bench are pressing for the immediate appointment of a fourth Judge in place of the late ...

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  25. T.T.C. ENTRIES

    LAUNCESTON, Tuesday.—The following entries have been received for the next meeting of the T.T.C, to be held on Saturday, April 6:— ...

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  26. MELBOURNE.

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  27. THE TANK'S MOVEMENTS.

    The Tank remained at Ulverstone last night, and this morning it proceed" to Devonport and Latrobe, and will reach Westbury this evening. ...

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  28. METAL MARKETS.

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  29. MOUSE PLAGUE IN RIVERINA.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The mouse plague is recurring in the Riverina wheat districts. ...

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  30. SOMERSET RAISES £650.

    The first halt was at Somerset, the entry into which was marked by an animated scene. School children, waving flags, preceded the Tank from the ...

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  31. EMU BAY RAILWAY COMPANY

    MELBOURNE, Monday — The 21st ordinary general meeting of the Emu Bay Railway Company was held to-day. ...

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  32. SYDNEY LABOR CONFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Some 350 motions ore listed for the Sydney Labor Conference, which starts on June 1. ...

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  33. LONDON SHARE MARKET.

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  34. POLICE MISREPRESENTATION

    HOBART, Tuesday. — The licensee of the Franklin Hotel to-day appealed, to Mr. Justice Crisp to have a conviction against him quashed because of ...

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  35. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS

    Mr. James Mooney, general secretary in Tasmania of the Australian Workers' Union, is paying a visit to Queenstown on union business. Spoken to in ...

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  36. YOLLA VISITED.

    At the Yolla school the Tank was met by the school children, and it was escorted to the Post Office, where it remained a little over half an ...

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  38. ENTHUSIASM AT WYNYARD.

    Wynyard's welcome to the Tank was of the most enthusiastic description. Flags were flying from several of the business premises and the school ...

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  39. FINE RECEPTION AT ELLIOTT.

    The Tank did not reach Elliott until 3.20 p.m., but the wait, judging by subsequent results, did not damp the ardor of the crowd that had been ...

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  40. FIXING MEAT PRICES

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday — At the monthly meeting of the Beaconsfield Council yesterday, the Leven Council requested support in its protest against ...

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  42. RECRUITING CAMPAIGN

    The Federal Government have gazetted a regulation under the War Precautions Act providing that owners, lessees, and managers of picture shows ...

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  43. PERSONAL

    A London cable announces the death of Mr. George. London manager of the Bank of N.S. Wales. Deceased attended the bank regularly till the end of ...

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  44. DEATH OF COLONEL LEGGE

    LAUNCESTON, Tuesday — Colonel W. V. Legge, ex-State Commandant died at his residence, "Cullenswood House," near St. Mary's, last night. ...

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  45. BURNIE HEADS THE LIST.

    When the Tank returned to Burnie at 5.15 yesterday afternoon, and pulled up at the corner of Wilson and Catley street, a frequent question was ...

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  46. CAPT. CARMICHAEL'S MISSION.

    Captain A. C. Carmichael, M.L.A., of Sydney, who is seeking to induce the leaders of all political parties and creeds to come together and work ...

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  47. POLICE COURTS

    Mervyn Butler was charged before the Warden on Monday with having been drunk and disorderly in the street on Saturday last. A fine of £1, or 7 ...

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  48. BEHIND BISCHOFF

    "Prospector" writes from Renison Bell:— There has just been erected by Overseer E. Connors, under Inspector H. ...

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  49. ENTERED CLAREMONT CAMP.

    HOBART, Tuesday. - The following men entered Claremont wimp to-day:—S. A. Shields (Hobart); A. E. Crisp (Huon), T. W. Nolan (Deloraine), P. ...

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  50. COMMONSENSE SAVING.

    The Postmaster-General has introduced a commonsense economy which will save tremendous lot of paper in connection with the telegraphic forms ...

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  51. DEVONPORT.

    In the Devonport Police Court yesterday morning, before Mr. E. L. Hall, P.M., Lieut, Harris prosecuting. ...

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