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  2. COMMERCIAL.

    Carlton and Carlton draw final attention to their great Easter horse sale to be held at Lismore yards to-morrow, when the great star attraction of Clarence River horses to ...

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  3. LISMORE DISTRICT COURT.

    The Lismore District. Court sittings were continued on Saturday before his Honor Judge Cohen. DISPUTE OVER CALVES. ...

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  5. BARRIERS AGAINST GERMANY. FRANCE'S ATTITUDE AT PEACE CONFERENCE.

    LONDON, Friday.—The War Office reports that. General Shkur on 28th January captured Vladikswkaz, finally defeating the Bolshevist army of a hundred thousand and ...

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  6. HUNGARIAN RISING.

    COPENHAGEN, Friday.—A message from Budapest saya that affairs in the capital are being controlled by a provisional committee. Declaring that in a proletarian State only ...

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  7. The Northern Star.

    Single Copy—One Pen[?] Halfp[?]y. [?] per Quarter In Advanced, Posted or Delverd [?] Advance Rates will not apply when Acc[?] have to be Rendered. ...

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  8. PEACE CONFERENCE. LLOYD GEORGE'S DENIAL.

    PARJS, Friday.—Lloyd George has issued a new statement denying the report that he is an obstinate opponent to the guarantees asked by France. Argument on this ...

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  9. GENERAL NEWS. EXPEDITIONARY FORCES.

    Mails close at the local post office for Egypt, France, United Kingdom, and the Continent (letters only) at 6 o'clock to-morrow (Tuesday) morning. ...

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  10. KING OF BELGIUM.

    VANCOUVER, Friday—The King of Belgium interviewed the Council of Four, Colonel House taking, the place of President Wilson, who was unwell with a cold. ...

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  11. FAMINE AND ANARCHY.

    LONDON, Friday.—Unemployment, famine and anarchy prevail in Hungary as the result of the revolt. Count Karolyi's land programme not satisfying the Communists ...

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  12. LICENSED SURVEYORS.

    In our advertising columns a Partnership is announced between Messrs. F. Wearne and A. G. Cowdery, licensed surveyors. ...

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  13. THE ALLIED FORCES.

    LONDON, Friday.—The situation of the Allied troops at Murmansk is causing considerable anxiety. Relief or reinforcement is a matter of great importance. An ...

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  14. SHIPPING.

    The steamer Orara will not leave Byron Bay on Tuesday next in her usual running, but the Coombar has been commissioned to take her place and will lift all cargo ...

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  15. ACCEPT OR REJECT.

    COPENHAGEN, Friday.— A message from Berlin says:—Replying to a question of Herr Erzberger at Spa on March 19.regarding a statement attributed to Mr. Lloyd George ...

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  16. OUR FEDERAL MEMBER.

    Word has been receiver front Mr. Massy. Greene, M.P., Minister of Customs, that he is talking a short holiday this month and will be on the Richmond between the 14th ...

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  17. PERSONAL.

    Sergeant Victor J. Black, writing to his parents from Le Havre, states that he spent Christmas in England with his uncle and Aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Jenner. While there ...

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  18. RED CROSS CONFERENCE.

    The Lismore Red Cross members are entertsining the delegates and visitors to the Red Cross Conference at lunchecn. to-morrow (Tuesday), and the conveners wish to remind ...

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  19. GERMAN FINANCIAL COMMISSION.

    BERLIN, Friday.—A German Financial Commission is proceeding to Paris. The Commissioners deelare they have beed given plenary powers for financing food. supplies. ...

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  20. VICTORY CELEBRATIONS.

    The public meeting convened by the Mayor for last Thursday evening for the purpose of making arrangements in connection with victory peace celebrationswvas postponed ...

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  21. NATIONAL GUARD.

    LONDON, Friday.—A message from Budapest, states that a decree of the revolutionary executive establishes a Red National Guard, whose members may be called ...

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  22. LISMORE QUARTER SESSIONS.

    His Honor Judge Cohen at the Lismore Quarter Sessions on Saturday passed sentence on James Kelly who had pleaded guilty to five Charges of false pretences. ...

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  23. LEAGUE OF NATIONS COMMISSION.

    PARIS, Friday.—President Wilson in a statement combating the impresssion that the discussions of the League of Nations Commission are delaying peace, points out ...

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  24. "FAKING" CANE WEIGHTS.

    At the Bundaberg Sessions last week. Eric Ernest Job, James H. Bosanquet, Joseph A. Schmidt, and James William Pohlman were charged with conspiring together to defrand ...

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  25. ODESSA CAN HOLD OUT.

    LONDON, Friday.—Renter learns that about 400 Kitehuk's troops recently travelled in snow shoes from Siberia and joined the Allied North Russian forces. It is ...

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  26. PEASANTS AND LAND.

    LONDON, Friday.—From Berlin it is stated that Soviets are rapidly being established throughout Hungary. This peasants are welcoming the opportunity to secure ...

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  27. FALSE FIRE ALARM CAUSES DEATH.

    At Ballarat last Tuesday Mr. W. W. Harris, P.M., severely eensured Geroge John Stepuell Bartlett, aged 17, Walter Edward George, 19, and Ernest George Wlorladge, ...

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  28. THE PEACE TREATY.

    PARIS, Friday.—The opinion of a responsible British authority is that the peace treaty will be signed next Wednesday. (Reuter.) ...

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  29. FRENCH SOCIALISTS CONDEMN BOLSHEVIKS.

    LONDON, Friday.-—A telegram from Paris states that the Radical Socialists, the strongest group in the Chamber, passed a resolution condemning the excesses and ...

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  30. ALLIED FORCES SUFFICIENT.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Allied forces in Serbia are sufficient to deal with the army of the new Hungarian Government unless something unforesen occurs. Ten thousand ...

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  31. ALLIED BONDS.

    PARIS, Friday:—Mr. Lloyd George says, the divergencies in views cannot separate the faithful Allies, whose bonds in blood are united for all time, President Wilson ...

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  32. DENTAL NOTICE.

    By advertisement to-day Mr. C. Macdonell Scott, surgeon dentist, announces that he-has purchased. the practice recently carried on by Mr, C. Eden George in Molesworth-street. ...

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  33. RISINGS IN KOREA.

    LONDON, Friday.—A Shanghai message dated April 1st says:—Uprisings in Korea continue. There is a steady stream of reports from Korean missionary sources ...

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  34. SLAUGHTER BY THE BOLSHEVIKS.

    VANCOUVER, Saturday.—The Bolsheviks devastated the town of Ossa, near Perm, killing 2000, including members of the educated classes. ...

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  35. FRANCE'S POSITION.

    PARIS, Friday;—M. Cremenceau to-day wears an expression of sadness, feeling that his colleagues' reluctance to face the issue is inexplicable and jeopardising the whole ...

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  36. VISIT OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS.

    Members Of the Fire Commissioners Board, who are making a tour of inspection of the Northern Rivers, came through to Lismore from Casino on Saturday. The members ...

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  37. REVIEW OF THE SITUATION.

    LONDON, Friday.—The "Times," reviewing the Russian situation, states that the Bolsheviks are held or retreating in the west and east. They are progressing in South ...

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  38. GERMAN REPUBLIC.

    VANCOUVER, Friday.—Heavy casualties resulted from the street battles at Stuttgart. ...

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  39. IN DIVORCE.

    In divorce jurisdiction, before his Honor Judge Cohen on Friday, Alfred Cannon petitioned for divorce from Florence Margaret Jane Cannon. ...

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  40. WHO GIVES IN FIRST.

    PARIS, Friday.—The deadlock continues. The question is who gives in first. President Wilson and Mr. Lloyd George offer France neutralisation of the left of the ...

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  41. BOLSHEVIKS REPULSED.

    LONDON, Friday.—A British official message issued from North Russia on March 31 says:—Bolsheviks strongly attacked us eastward of Bolsheozerki, and again the next ...

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  42. EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

    Meeting of the tractors of Lisimore at A.M.P. Chambers at 3 o 'clock re closing in the Easter holidays. Juvenile concert at Wotherspoon's Hall, ...

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  43. FRESH DISORDER LIKELY.

    LONDON, Friday.—Fresn disorders are likely in Germany as the result of the, Hungarian revolt. There was some shooting in North Berlin. The British Embassy was ...

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  44. MADAME STELLA POWER.

    Stella Power, Madame Melba's brilliant protege, who recently married Mr. W. O'Rourke, the well-known North Coast representative of Petersen, Boesen and Co., ...

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  45. RAID ON PROVISIONS.

    COPENHAGEN, Saturday.—A message from Magdeburg on March 27th stated that the Spartacists at Tangerneude stormed and plundered lighters carrying provisions ...

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  46. THE BALTIC FLEET.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Trotsky has ordered the Baltic fleet to attack the Allies, threatening the crews with death if they disobey. ...

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  47. ANZAC DAY.

    LONDON, Friday.—The extensive officialarrangements for the celebration, of Anzac Day include theatre entertainments, sports, a reception, a commemoration service at St. ...

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  48. GENERAL WAR CABLES.

    LONDON, Friday.—Reuter's Rome correspondent states that Italian forces have landed at Adalia (Turkey) owing to disorder there, resulting in serious damage to the ...

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  50. POLISH TROOPS.

    PARIS, Saturday.—Arrangements for landing at Danzig the Polisn troops now in France have teen completed to the satisfaction of the Allies. ...

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  51. TOKEN OP RESPECT.

    LONDON, Friday.—A Vienna message states that the Government ordered the Entente flags to be hoisted at the hotel where the Entente Missions were staying as a token ...

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