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  4. HANDING-OVER CEREMONY

    A military ceremony which created a good deal of public interest was carried out in the City-hall list night, when the 19[?]0 quota of Senior Cadets, numbering ...

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  5. SHOOTING CASE AT DEVONPORT

    Mrs. R. M. Burrill, of Turton-street, Devonport, lies in a critical condition in Mersey Hospital as the result of being shot in the head. On Monday evening ...

    Article : 495 words
  6. WEATHER REPORT.

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  7. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Convinced that the habit of obstruction is growing unduly in the Federal Parliament, the Ministry intends to introduce important reforms, which will ...

    Article : 167 words
  8. AUSTRALIA OVERSEA VESSELS.

    The owners, or agents, of oversea vessels will, in future, be required, under the amendments of the War Precautions Regulations, to supply full ...

    Article : 116 words
  9. MILITARY DECORATIONS.

    Soldiers of the Imperial Army who gain the V.C., the Military Cross, the Distinguished Conduct Medal, and the Meritorous Service Medal, receive ...

    Article : 313 words
  10. CONCRETE SHIPS.

    An offer to construct concrete ships in Australia has been received by the Acting Minister of the Navy (Mr. Poynton) from the Ferro Concrete ...

    Article : 148 words
  11. GOODS FOR LIBERIA.

    The proclamation issued in July, 1916, prohibiting the exportation of goods from the Commonwealth to Liberia has been revoked. ...

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  12. SUPPLIES FROM NEW ZEALAND.

    During the war the Imperial Government has bought supplies to the value of £65,000,000 from New Zealand. ...

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  13. DEAL IN COAL.

    The Acting Minister of the Navy (Mr. Poynton) announced to-day that the Commonwealth Government would purchase 150,000 tons of coal from ...

    Article : 71 words
  14. TASMANIA.

    Sergeant R. Banks, 12th Battalion, who has been on active service since 1914, having been through the Gallipoli campaign, and later served in France, ...

    Article : 373 words
  15. CORNSACKS.

    Senator Russell (Hon. Federal Minister) announced to-day that all purchasers of cornsacks will be on a common basis, but preference in allotment will ...

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  16. INFANT'S BODY IN THE NORTH ESK.

    The discovery in the North Esk River near the Victoria Bridge of an infants body, wrapped in a parcel, and enclosed with a brick, was, in January last, the ...

    Article : 106 words
  17. A BID FOR CRIME

    Sirm,—A country firm recently had to get from their town agents a package through the post the contents of which were of a very considerable value. The ...

    Article : 200 words
  18. OFFICER'S BACCARAT LOSSES.

    W. Doyle and C. Chapman were charged at Bow-street to-day with having defrauded Lieutenant Woolf E. Joel, son of B. Joel, of £3,917, lost at ...

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  19. ALIENS IN ENGLAND.

    Recently six members of the House of Commons, at Mr. Lloyd George's request, examined the aliens question, and recommended that every male ...

    Article : 166 words
  20. COMMONWEALTH REPRESENTATION IN LONDON.

    The Assistant Minister of Defence (Mr. Wise) said to-day that it had not been decided whether the Commonwealth should be represented in London ...

    Article : 85 words
  21. MELBOURNE JEWELLERY ROBBERY.

    At the City Court to-day. Matthew Daly, Henry collins, and John Dean, all of whom pleaded "not guilty," were committed for trial at the Supreme ...

    Article : 93 words
  22. VISIT OF PRESSMEN.

    A party of Canadian editors and newspaper proprietors has arrived in England for the purpose of learning Homeland conditions firsthand after ...

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