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  2. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. KYOGLE SHOW.

    KYOGLE, Tuesday.—The agricultural committee decided at to-day's meeting after several proposals were considered including the abandonment of the show, to hold the ...

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  3. LISMORE A. AND I. SOCIETY.

    The usual monthly meeting of the committee of Lismore Agricultural and Industrial Society was held at the Masonic Hall yesterday afternoon. There were present ...

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  4. PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. SPREADING RAPIDLY IN N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Up to 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon 700- pnoumonic influenza patients were in nine hospitals in the metropolitan area. There are now 24 cases at ...

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  5. PEACE CONFERENCE. ATTITUDE OF GERMAN FOREIGN OFFICE.

    LONDON, Monday.—The German Foreign Office has decided its attitude as regards peace negotiations. It will act only in accordance with President Wilson's 14 points. ...

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  6. OVERSEAS LABOR TROUBLES. IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    JOHANNESBURG, Holiday.—There is some discontent among the native workers at Witwatersrand, who demand an increase in' wages. At a mass meeting yesterday ...

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  7. LATEST SPORTING. THE TURF.

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  8. GUNDAGAI FIRE. HEAVY LOSSES SUSTAINED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Nine shops were destroyed by fire at Gundagai on Sunday. The damage is estimated at £14,000. Approximate insurances amount only to £7000. ...

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  9. NOTE SHOPS DESTROYED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—At Gundagai a disastrous fire occurrred on the south side of Shoridan-street at 3 o'clock on Sunday morning, when nine shops occupied by seven ...

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  10. AERIAL FLIGHT.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The aeroplane carrying Flight Commander Chatean, flying from Melbourne, reached Albury after lunch today. ...

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  11. COUNT KAROLYI'S WARNING.

    LONDON, Monday.—:The press generally credits the reports of German collusion. Count Karolyi urged the Peace Conference to act swiftly and drastically betimes. It ...

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  12. CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Customs revenue for March shows a comparative increase: of £562,129, and for the nine months a total increase of £2,l61,000. ...

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  13. PROMINENT MINISTER SUCCUMBS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday—The Rev. G. A. Burgess, a prominent Methodist minister, died at Sydney on Sunday from pneumonic influenza. The Broken Hill medical officer ...

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  14. £100 DAMAGES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The action Harrison v. Andrews for alleged slander has concluded. The jury awarded plaintiff £100 damages. ...

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  15. THE JAPANESE QUESTION.

    PARIS,' Monday.—An informal discussion occurred to-day on the Japanese covenant' amendment. There was considerable Change in the American attitude, on which the ...

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  16. DEMANDS ON TOWN COUNCIL.

    JOHANNESBURG, Monday—The Federation of Trades, which is supporting the strikers, submitted demands on the Town Council calling for the immediate rescission ...

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  17. 190 NEW CASES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—During the 24 hours ended noon to-day 190 new cases of pneumonic influenza were reported from the various hospitals in the metropolitan area, while ...

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  18. HOLDSWORTHY CAMP.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday —At the invitation of Colonel Holman representatives of the Allied. Consuls visited Holdsworthy to-day. The precise object of the visit is unknown. ...

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  19. SUPERANNUATION BOARD.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The State Cabinet further considered the question of three appointments to be made to the Superannuation Board, but no final decision was ...

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  20. BORDER QUARANTINE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The State Cabinet to-day gave the border quarantine problem lengthy consideration, and ultimately decided in effect to announce to the Victorian ...

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  21. BETTING TAXES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—During the past nine months the betting taxes in New South Wales amounted to £61,395, being an increase of £12,000 over the same period for the previous ...

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  22. GOLF.

    A meeting of the Lismore Golf Club was held in the School of Arts on Friday last, when it was decided unanimously to resume play for the season 1919. There was a good ...

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  23. A NEWSPAPER WRIT.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A writ was issued from the Supreme Court to-day on behalf of the " Sunday Times" Newspaper. Co., Ltd. against the "Sun" Newspaper Co.,, Ltd!, ...

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  24. NEW CASES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday—No Influenza report was issued by the authorities this morning. Four more deaths and 37 new cases were reported in Melbourne, overnight. The urgency ...

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  25. JOINT STBIKE NO LONGER FEARED.

    LONDON, Monday.—The leaders of the triple alliance state they no longer fear a joint, strike. The danger of sectional disputes remains. Mr. Smillie admits that ...

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  26. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Federal Cabinet has considered the position of the peace celebrations. Mr. Orchard as chairman of the Celebration Committee raised ...

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  27. WITHOUT A LICENSE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Daniel, Driscoll, a seaman, was fined £40, in default four months' gaol, for having sold beer without a license in Belmore Park. A member of the ...

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  28. GERMAN REVOLUTION. GRAND DUKE'S PALACE LOOTED.

    LONDON, Monday.—The "Times" Berlin correspondent writes that a Spartacist mob stormed and looted the palace of the Grand Dukes Sacher and Riserieb, arid sold costly ...

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  29. FRENCH NEWSPAPER COMMENT.

    PARIS, Monday.—The representatives of the four big Powers have reached the gravest part of their deliberations on questions on which a compromise is impossible, viz., ...

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  30. SUFFERING FROM INFLUENZA.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—When the case of Frank Garvey, charged with manslaughter, was called on at the Central Criminal Court, it was stated that accused had been taken ...

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  31. FOOTBALL.

    In anticipation of an early close of the cricket season, secretaries of football clubs should lose no time in getting their teams into shape for the forthcoming season, which ...

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  32. THE PERMIT SYSTEM.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Mr. Massy Greene stated in reply to a question as to Mr. Holman's objection to the Commonwealth officials being in charge of the permit ...

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  33. SURRENDERED MERCHANTMEN.

    LONDON, Monday.—The surrendered German merchantmen are arriving at Leith and the southern ports. Twenty-six are expected in a few days. The Government are ...

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  34. SHEEP DIPS.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Mr. Massy Greene, M.P.. referring to the Government's decision respecting the protection of Australian sheep dips, said the Commonwealth had ...

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  35. CRICKET.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The cricket match' arranged between New South Wales and Queensland has been abandoned owing to the quarantine regulations. ...

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  36. AERIAL TRANSPORT.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Cabinet has considered the proposals for aerial transport purposes. The question was how far these proposals would fit in with the Defence ...

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  37. HUNGARY. ENTENTE MISSIONERS INTERNED.

    LONDON, Monday.—It is now reported that all the Entente Missioners at Budapest have been interned. ...

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  38. "NO PRISON WILL HOLD ME."

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—In the Melbourne District Court Mrs. Jennie Baines, who was charged with using insulting words to a constable, was fined £5 or a month's ...

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  39. POLICEMEN AFFECTED.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—An outbreak of influenza has occurred among the police at Fitzroy. Already two unmarried constables have succumbed. Eleven others, are ...

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  40. EX-PREMIER ARRESTED.

    PARIS, Monday.—"Le Matin" reports that the Russian Bolslievists telephoned the Hungarian Soviet Government to hold the French Missioners as prisoners with a view ...

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  41. BUNGAWALBYN V. LISMORE.

    On account of heavy rain Showers on Saturday the "fight to a finish" contest between Bungawalbyn and Lismore was not continued, although the former team started ...

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  42. THE QUEENSLAND ATTITUDE.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The authorities view with gravity the increased virulence of the epidemic, and are determined to observe the border restrictions. Already ...

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  43. A MANAGING EDITORSHIP.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—When the claim for £5000 compensation by Major. George Wynne against Hugh. McIntosh, managing director of the "Sunday Times" Newspaper Co., for ...

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  44. FRENCH TROOPS CAPTURED.

    VANCOUVER, Monday.—From Paris it is announced that 300 French troops atationed in the neutral zone between Hungary and Rumania were captured by the Hungarians. ...

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  45. THE VICTORY CELEBRATIONS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Premier stated to-night that the Victory Celebrations Com'mittee had been recommended to proceed with organisation, but that the celebrations ...

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  46. SWEEP MONEY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Over £8000 of Tatter sall's sweep money on the Newmarket Han dicap came to New Smith Wales. ...

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  47. EGYPT.

    LONDON, Monday.—On 26th March in the House of Commons at question time Under-Secretary Harmsworth stated there was every indication of the general ...

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  48. DELEGATION TO BERLIN.

    VANCOUVER, Monday.—The Hungarian Government has sent a delegation to Berlin to conclude a treaty of alliance against, the Entente. The German officers will arriv[?] ...

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  49. THE Y.M.C.A.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. J. J. Virgo, of the Y.M.C.A., replying to the toast of his health at a luncheon given him on the eve of his departure for England, remarked:— "Let [?] ...

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  50. SUPERANNUATION FUND.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday:—The Cabinet has authorised Mr. Ball, Minister for Railways to arrange an investigation into the condition of the railway superannuation fund. It ...

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  51. IF GERMANY REFUSES.

    LONDON, Monday.—The "Evening News" understands that if the German delegates refuse to sign the peace treaty Marshal Foch has authority to order a general ...

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  52. ALLEGED THREATENING WORDS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—At the Central Police Court Wm. Louvern, 28, agent, was. charged with having used threatening words to Ethel Holden. Complainant gave evidence that ...

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  53. RUSSIA. BOLSHEVISTS ON THE AMUR.

    LONDON, Monday.—At Tokio Colonel Tanaka has announced that the American troops refused to co-operate with the Japanese against the Bolshevists in the province ...

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  54. VICTORIAN FIGURES.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—-To-day 's, figures are—Reported, 207; admitted, 90; discharged 64; deaths, 9; in hospital, 847. ...

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  55. MINISTRY OF WAR.

    LONDON,,Monday.—Afternoon meetings are usually held fey the Ministry of War for the convenience of M. Clemenceau, who at the Ministry is in touch with his ...

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  56. LABOR AFFAIRS. PROBLEMS FOR PICNICKERS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. Mutch, M.L.A., speaking at a send-off by his constituents, said he and Mr. Dooley, M.L.A., intended to utilise every minute of their, stay in the ...

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  57. PROHIBITIONS RECOMMENDED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Medical Consultative Council decided to-night in order to prevent the spread of the epidemic to recommend to the Government to prohibit race ...

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  58. POLAND. POLISH-UKRAINIST ARMISTICE.

    WARSAW, March. 23—The Entente Mission is going to Lemberg to try again and arrange a Polish-Ukrainian armistice. The military situation at Lemberg has greatly ...

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  59. A SENTRY'S DISCOVERY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—While a sentry was crossing one of the compounds at Holdsworthy camp he felt his' foot sink into a hole, whereupon a scream of anguish rose ...

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  60. UKRAINE SITUATION OBSCURE.

    LONDON, Monday.—In the House of Commons Mr. R. L. Harmsworth (Under-Secretary Foreign Office) stated the situation in Ukraine was obscure, but it was reported ...

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  61. NO MORE MONEY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday:—The Master Bakers' Association has rejected the request of the Operative Bakers' Union for increased wages. ...

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  62. MADAME MELBA.

    LONDON, Monday.—Madame Melba will reappear at Covent Garden. "La Bohomo" or "Faust" will be selected for the opening season. Madame Melba told ...

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  63. FORCE IF NECESSARY.

    PARIS, Monday.—The Council has inatructed Marshal Foch to prepare for the landing of Polish troops at Danzig by force if necessary. Meanwhile a most, resolute ...

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  64. STATE MEAT SHOPS.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The employees of the State meat shops 'returned to work today. The shops will be reopened. ...

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  68. "SLOW DOWN."

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—"Stickers" were found all over Sussex-street this morning containing the words "slow down, respect yourselves, protect yourselves, the hours' are ...

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  69. COUNCIL OF FOUR.

    PARIS, Monday.—Reuter's staff learns that the Council of Four met this morning at President 'Wilson's residence, the villa Bischoffsheim. ...

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