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  2. GERMAN REPUBLIC. THE STRIKE SITUATION.

    BERLIN, Tuesday.—It is stated that Herr Erzberger at Spa on behalf of the Government offered to allow the landing of Polish troops at Danzig subject to special ...

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  3. RED HUNGARY, SMUTS' MINION A FAILURE.

    VANCOUVER, Tuesday.—A message from Budapest states General Smuts has left and will return to Paris. He did not arrange a new armistice between Hungary and the ...

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  4. GENERAL WAR CABLES. BANISHMENT OF ROYALTY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Copenhagen correspondent, says that the German-Austrian National Assembly unanimously passed a Bill relating to the banishment of the Royal ...

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  5. COMMUNAL PLANS. THE SITUATION IN HUNGARY.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—The American headquarters announces President Wilson has ordered, the George Washington to be ready on the 20th April to convey, him homewards. ...

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  6. LISMORE CASES.

    The two patients at the hospital suffering from pneumonic influenza, Messrs. Woodward and Tiernan, are progressing favorably. A suspected case—a male patient ...

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  7. RUSSIA, TWO BOLSHEVIK BEPULSES.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A British North Russia official message states:—After a night's bombardment the enemy on the morning of the 5th April attacked positions near ...

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  8. INOCULATION DEPOTS.

    The Terania Shire Council has received the following communication from the Department of Public Health:—Instances have come to the knowledge of the department it ...

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  9. LEADERS' STATEMENT.

    BUDAPEST, Tuesday.—The three leaders of the revolution state that the delaying of the raising, of the blockade and the dragging of peace hastened the triumph of the ...

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  10. GERMANY'S PROVISIONAL NAVY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Weimar Assembly hag passed a Bill to create a provisional navy, which Herr Noske (Minister of Defence) said was necessary to protect ...

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  11. GOVERNMENT'S PLIGHT.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Times" Stockholm correspondent, reporting on March 30th, said:—The Schiedmann Government wobbles perilously between the clashing ...

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  12. A FRANK AVOWAL.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Stockholm correspondent says:—A message from Petrograd states at the recent Bolshevist conference Lunalsharsky, one of the most ...

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  13. BOLSHEVISM IN BULGARIA.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—A telegram from Athens states that owing to an attempted Bolshevism movement at the Bulgarian Black Sea port, of Varna by Socialists and extremists from ...

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  14. THE GERMAN COLONIES.

    HAGUE, Tuesday.—A message from Berlin states that the Red Flag newspaper "Rote Falme" frankly denounces' the claims for the restoration of the colonies. Anyone ...

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  15. LABOR AFFAIRS. STRIKE BALLOT ABANDONED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — The proposed Strike ballot of the members of the Gas Employees' Union has been abandoned. ...

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  16. COMMUNAL PLANS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Daily News" Budapest's correspondent says:—The revolution was effected without bloodshed at 9 o'clock on Friday night. A vast crowd ...

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  17. OTTER TO CAPTURE PETROGRAD.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—:The " Daily Mail'' is responsible for the statement that a Russian committee headed by Generals Kartaacheff and Judenitch, with headquarters ...

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  18. SUSPENSION OF ARMISTICE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Copenhagen correspondent states a message from Berlin reports the "Lokal Anzeiger" says a suspension of the armistice is possible. ...

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  19. EXORBITANT DEMANDS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—City employers are not likely to concede the dairymen employees' demand, which they declare exorbitant. ...

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  20. WESTERN UKRAINE.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—The Government of Western Ukraine has notified' the Paris Conference that it acquiesces in the wishes of the Entente. ...

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  21. NEW ARMY BILL.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The new Army Bill provides that members of the Imperial Forces who enlisted in the Dominions and were sentenced to penal servitude need not. serve the ...

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  22. GAOL STAFF UNION.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Bathurst gaol staff has decided to form a union on lines similar to those for asylum attendants. Application has been made to the Controller. ...

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  23. GERMANY'S REPLY TO ULTIMATUM.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—(Germany's reply to the Entente's ultimatum on the subject of Danzig was long and argumentative, and contends, that she agreed under the armistice to ...

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  24. THE FINAL DRAFT.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—Consideration of the final draft of the covenant of the League has been postponed till Thursday. ...

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  25. DESPERATE FIGHTING.

    LONDON, Tuesday—A communique reports that desperate fighting has taken place west of Riga. The Letts are eight miles from the town. A Berne message states ...

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  26. THE DANZIG DISPUTE.

    STOCKHOLM, Tuesday.—From Weimar it is regarded that the Danzig dispute is highly critical. It is asserted that the landing of General Hatter's troops will cause a ...

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  27. MILK AND ICE CARTERS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The secretary of the Metropolitan and Suburban Dairymen's Association states that if the demands of the Milk and Ice Carters' Union for increased ...

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  28. GERMANY S INTENTIONS.

    BERLIN, Tuesday.—Replying to resolutions from Rhenish Westphalia protesting against alleged French plans concerning the Saar region, Herr Rantzau (Minister for ...

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  29. VIENNA RAILWAY STRIKE.

    COPENHAGEN, Tuesday.—A message from Vienna states that the railway strike has been settled by Government negotiation. Later.—It is stated in Vienna that one ...

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  30. THE FUTURE OF DANZIG.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—At the Conference during the discussion of the future of Danzig, it was suggested the Allies, while insisting that a Polish army should fee landed at ...

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  31. WITHOUT A LOOPHOLE OF ESCAPE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Times" Omsk correspondent states that the recapture of Ufa cuts off the Fifth Bolshevik Army, Which is believed to be surrounded and left ...

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  32. COAL INDUSTRY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The State Cabinet to-day discussed the increase in the hewing rate of coal with the consequent 3s increase in the selling price of that commodity. It ...

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  33. DISSENSION ARISES.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A message from Berlin states that dissension has arisen among the founders of the Soviet Government in Bavaria. A state of siege has been ...

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  34. POLISH LANDING DENOUNCED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Berlin correspondent, writing on 28th March, states the German press denounces the proposed Polish landing as an attempt to prejudice the ...

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  35. AMERICAN ADMIRAL.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Admiral Sims, on going home, was given a threat and popular send-off at Waterloo. Undoubtedly he is the best liked American seen in London in war ...

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  36. THE NAVY A SURE SHIELD.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Admiral Beatty, speaking at Liverpool, paid a tribute to that port's great contributions to the war, especially in fitting out the famous Tenth ...

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  37. CAMPAIGN AGAINST HUNGARY.

    BERLIN, Tuesday.—The "Lokal Anzeiger's" Vienna correspondent declares that a campaign against Hungary 'will soon be commenced by Italian, French, and ...

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  38. FIGHT WITH SPARTACISTS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—From Stuttgart it is officially announced that a light occurred on the evening of 3rd April with 400 Spartacists, who dug trenches on the hills between ...

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  39. MILLING DISPUTE.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesdays—Mr. Justice Higgins to-day found that a dispute existed between the Australian Workers' Union and the milling companies in South Australia, ...

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  40. BRITISH RELIEF FORCE.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Arrangements for the despatch of a British relief force to Russia are being pushed forward as rapidly as possible. The force' will go to Murmansk. ...

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  41. "MISGUIDED PATRIOTISM."

    PARIS, Tuesday.—After a trial lasting a week, Villain, the murderer of M. Jaures in July, 1914, was acquitted. The prosecution accepted evidence showing that the prisoner ...

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  42. DIFFERENCES DENIED.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—The "Petit Parisien" emphatically denies the rumored differences between the French and the United States delegations, especially on financial questions. ...

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  43. AFTER-WAR PROBLEMS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Dr. Stephen, Bishop of Tasmania, who was yesterday elected Bishop of Newcastle, in the course of an address on after-war problems, said ...

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  44. GERMAN-AUSTRIA.

    BERLIN, Tuesday.—The French Envoy Extraordinary to German-Austria, when interviewed at Vienna, said that German-Auatria, would be included in the League of ...

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  45. GRAVE SITUATION.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Reuter's Berlin correspondent reporting on 5th April said:—The situation at Munich is reported to be of the, gravest. There are many indications ...

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  46. BELGIANS OCCUPY A HARBOR.

    COPENHAGEN, Tuesday.—The "Vossische Zeitung" reports that 50 Belgians occupied Dusseldorf Harbor, the Entente explaining that the occupation of the harbors ...

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  47. EXPELLED FROM AUSTRIA.

    VANCOUVER, Tuesday.—A Geneva message says that all the Austrian archdukes, with their families have been officially expelled from Austrian territory. They are ...

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  48. ALLIED TROOPS NECESSARY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.'—Reporting on March 30 the "Times" Ekaterinodar correspondent said:—The situation in South Russia is getting worse with startling rapidity. There ...

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  49. WHAT THE LEAGUE REPRESENTS.

    PARIS, Tuesday—Mr. Lloyd. George says that the League of Nations represents the greatest endeavor made to institute reason and justice for force and intrigue. The people ...

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  50. FRESH REVOLT EXPECTED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Times" correspondent reporting from Berlin on March 30th said:—Everybody is discussing the reports that the Spartaicists are arranging a ...

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  51. AUSTRALASIA. TROOPS LEAVING IN APRIL.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Mr. Hughes has cabled to Mr. Watt that between 38,000 and 40,000 Australian troops are expected to leave England this month for Australia,. ...

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  52. EGYPT.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Cairo correspondent, writing on 29th March, says:—At a meeting of Egyptian notables, the Commander-in-Chief-declared life was now forced ...

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  53. IRELAND.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Devlin in an article in the "Weekly Dispatch" says:—Permanent Anglo-American friendship is the sole guarantee of a world peace worth ...

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  54. STRAIN OF THE PROCEEDINGS.

    PARIS, Monday.—The intense strain of the proceedings is shown by the physical collapses. M. Clemenceau is unwell, and Messrs. Lloyd George and Balfour are ...

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  55. BISHOP OF OXFORD.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Bishop of Oxford has resigned. (The Rt. Rev. Chns. Gore, D.D., D.C.L., and LL.D., was consecrated Bishop of ...

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  56. CHANNON WAR CHEST.

    The Channon branch of this splendid organisation, which has done so much for the boys at the front, has been closed. This has been, done in consequence of instructions ...

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  57. OVERSEAS LABOR TROUBLES.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Copenhagen correspondent says:—A message from Vienna states the strike has extended to the northern railway, and communication ...

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  58. PARTITION QUESTION.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Devlin will attack the Government on its Irish policy in the House of Commons. The "Westminster Gazette's" Belfast correspondent claims ...

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  59. EXPERIENCES OF REFUGEES.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The " Times' Cairo correspondent, reporting on March 29, said:—Refugees from Benisuer, including officers, army nurses, and Americans, relate ...

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  60. ODESSA CAPTURED.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—The Ukrainian Soviet troops have captured Odessa. ...

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  61. PRESIDENT WILSON'S STATEMENT.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—President Wilson has issued the following statement:—In view of the very surprising impression which seems to exist in some quarters that it is the ...

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  62. SINN FEINERS ESCAPE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Twenty Sinn Feiners escaped from Mountjoy prison, Dublin, on Saturday afternoon, including Walsh, M.P., who was court-martiafiled on Friday, ...

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  63. THE FINAL OBJECTIVE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Reuter's Omsk correspondent says that General Koltchak in a stirring proclamation says that the final objective the present offensive will be ...

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  64. SHORTAGE OF SHIPPING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The shortage of shipping, caused by delays incidental to quarantine imposed by the States, is still a matter of grave anxiety to the ...

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  65. TRANSPORT STRIKES A MINE.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—An Italian transport from Venice to Tripoli with 2000 troops 'aboard struck a mine. Several of the men were killed, whilst 100 were injured. ...

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  66. DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—President Poincare has commuted Cottin's death sentence to ten fears' imprisonment on M. Clemenceau's recommendation. ...

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