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  2. Patriotic Funds

    The monthly meeting of the executive committee will be held in the Town Hall on Monday, 2nd April, at 4 p.m. The following donations have been ...

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  3. Stock Sales

    Competition ruled fairly, brisk for the heavier sorts of cattle at the corporation yards on Tuesday, though the high prices of the previous week were ...

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  4. Hospital Ship Sunk

    The Admiralty made the following announcement on Tuesday night:—"The British hospital ship Asturias (12,002) tons, formerly belonging to the ...

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  5. The Federal Elections

    The Prime Minister M. Hughes) opened the Ministerial campaign at Bendigo on Tuesday night. His speech was well received, and the main points ...

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    Such of the cable news on this page on headed has appeared in the London Times, and is cabled to Australia, by Special permission. It should be ...

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    The Prime Minister will proceed to Sydney after speaking in Adelaide, and will subsequently speak in Melbourne. Mr. Tudor will shortly visit Bendigo ...

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  8. Latest War News

    A French communique states: There is nothing to report between the [?] and the Oise, and south of the [?] Lively receiprocal arthillery firing ...

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  9. About People

    Mrs. F. Delbridge, who is leaving next week for Sandringham, was presented by the members of the Methodist Christian Endeavor Society, on ...

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    The hon. secretary (Miss Cullen) desires to acknowledge the following donations:—Mrs. Alf. Weight, further proceeds autograph quilt, making £12 ...

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    The honorary secretaries (Messrs. J. Hocking and G. L. Ray) acknowledge the following:—F. G. Smith, Pimpinic, £10; J. Cross and Sons, 33 bags of ...

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  12. MR. R. B. REES' STORY.

    Mr. R. B. Reed, M.L.C., who left Australian to take up hospital work was on board the Asturias. Writing to the Daily Mail, he says that the ...

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  13. Australians Fighting Furiously

    [?] continues to be the key [?] advance. The fighting [?] heavy. French commentators [?] on the desperateness of the ...

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    There was a number of nurses of the Royal Army Medical Corps aboard the Asturias. The first intimation of the disaster was a terrific explosion ...

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  15. German Claims.

    A [?] official message states: [?] one thousand dead England[?] between Lagni[?] and [?] since the ...

    Article : 60 words
  16. Latest News.

    David O' Donohue has been remanded to April 12 on charges of obtaining cheques by false pretences. Bail was allowed in £389 and self in £300 ...

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  17. The Russian Government

    Is the House of Commons Mr. [?] that the new Rus[?] has assumed the [?] of the old ...

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  18. The Czar

    A Berlin message says: The Czar [?] to have escaped to Sweden. ...

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  19. Popularising the Army

    [?] correspondent at Petro[?] that General Alexiff. Chief [?] Staff, understanding the [?] of desires and ...

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  20. Aviator Killed

    The well-known aviator, Basil Watson, was killed in Melbourne, on Wednesday. Early in the afternoon, he set out for a flight over Melbourne, and ...

    Article : 231 words
  21. The Russian Front

    A [?] official message states: [?] reduced the lighting on [?] We p[?]rated Russia positions on the north-eastern ...

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  22. Fighting in Palestine

    The [?] showed characteristic [?] and the greatest gallantry in [?] fighting in Palestine. ...

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  23. Franchise for Women

    Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr. As[?] in [?] a resolution [?] legislation on the Enes of the res[?] carried at the ...

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    Mr. Tudor made his policy speech at Richmond Town Hall to-night. He had a good reception. "After reviewing the political events since the general ...

    Article : 363 words
  25. Geelong Wool Sales

    Messrs Dennys, Lascelles Ltd. (Geelong). report:—Our fifth appraisement was concluded to-day. We submitted 3769 bales. The selection was well up ...

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    The biplane will be submitted to test by experts, to if possible ascertain the cause of the accident. After giving it a cursory examination in the dark ...

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  27. Australian Casualties.

    The [?]ind official list of Australian Casualties contained 863 names. The following is a summary:—Killed in action, [?] died of wounds, 45; died other ...

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    In her address at the Town Hall last night, Mrs. Bella Lavender, M.A., took the report of the policy speech of the Prime Minister at Bendigo on Tuesday ...

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  29. Social.

    Mrs. H. Nesbit will not be "At Home" to-day (Friday)/ The wedding is announced to take place in Jeparit on Wednesday 11th ...

    Article : 135 words
  30. Obituary

    Private A. J. Matheson, of Rupanyup, is reported as having been killed in action. It will be learned with regret that ...

    Article : 63 words
  31. Advertising

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