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  2. THE CLOSING DELIBERATIONS

    The definite Peace proposals now formulated will be considered during the next two or three days by M. Clemenceau, President Wilson, Mr. Lloyd (George, and ...

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  3. INFLUENZA

    The health authorities reported on Wednesday that two more cases of influenza had been admitted to the isolation hospital. One came from Paddington, near ...

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  4. RAILWAY DISPUTES

    Discussions were continued to-day between Sir Albert Stanley (President of the Board of Trade), members of the Railway Executive Committee, and the ...

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  5. THE JAQUES CASE

    The evidence that is being taken in the Budd trial was continued in the presence of another large crowd at the Giadstone courthouse, before the Chief Justice ...

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  6. NORTH RUSSIA

    A communique from the Commander of the British troops in North Russia states: —A strong party of Bolsheviks, on March 17. captured the village of Bolsheozero, to ...

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  7. HUNGARIAN PLUNGE

    Panic prevails in Budapest, but the remainder of Hungary is quiet, and there is no indication of it joining in the Soviet movement. The Bolshevik army reported ...

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  8. THE SHIPPING SHORTAGE

    The extremely grave problem of the shortage of interstate shipping which has arisen as the result of the quarantine restrictions imposed by the States is ...

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  9. AVIATION WONDERS.

    Mr. N. D. Baker, Secretary for War, announces, concerning the invention of an automatic aeroplane, that a trial flight of 100 miles to a given point has been ...

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  10. PATRIOTIC FUNDS.

    The Repatriation Commission has decided to limit public appeals in respect of patriotic funds, and has ruled that the following only shall be permitted to raise ...

    Article : 359 words
  11. THE EX-KAISER

    Field-Marshal Hindenburg, in replying to the criticism of Ludendorff and others that he was responsible for the ex-Kaiser's flight to Holland, states that Prince Ma[?] ...

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  12. THE SUGAR QUESTION.

    The Federal Government have decided on an exhaustive and independent enquiry into the sugar position. The enquiry will be entrusted to the present members ...

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  13. COMBATING DISEASE.

    The International Red Cross Society has summoned a conference of the world's medical specialists at Cannes for April I to prepare for peace-time Red Cross ...

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  14. BRITISH FINANCE

    Urgent demands are being made for economy in national finance. During a House of Commons debate Mr. George Lambert (Liberal) said it was ...

    Article : 167 words
  15. FRENCH FINANCE.

    The financial situation in France is causing disquiet. The franc has depreciated considerably during the past week, and touched 27.60 for the £1, with an average ...

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  16. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    The Right Rev. Dr. Frodsham, formerly Bishop of North Queensland, in an address at Gloucester, said it was no insult to say that the Japanese under-sell because of the ...

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  17. TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA

    The Australian and New Zealand Luncheon Club entertained Mr. McCurdy, who said the Food Ministry were hoping to restore unfettered trade with Australasia at ...

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  18. THE DARWIN TROUBLE.

    The Minister for Home and Territories was informed to-day by telegram that the Reform Committee which has been controliing the boycott at Darwin has been ...

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  19. ANZAC DAY.

    The High Commissioners for Australia and New Zealand are arranging a series of celebrations for Anzac Day, including a review in Hyde Park, which will be an ...

    Article : 59 words
  20. SOUTH AFRICA.

    In the House of Assembly this afternoon the Minister of Railways declined to accept a motion by the Labor leader (Colonel Cresswell), demanding equal representation ...

    Article : 137 words
  21. BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

    An action was commenced in the Banco Court to-day before Mr. Justice Pring by a young woman, Nathalie Grieg, who claimed £2,000 damages from Horace ...

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  22. IMPERIAL PREFERENCE.

    In the House of Commons yesterday Mr. Bonar Law said the Government intended to fulfil in letter and spirit Mr. Lloyd George's promises to protect key ...

    Article : 114 words
  23. SPARTACIST REVOLT.

    The Berlin "Vossische Zeitung" reports that owing to a Spartacist outbreak French troops occupied Karlsruhe and Mannheim ...

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  24. RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS.

    John Foley, who was formerly a member of the City Tattersall's Club, was sentenced to two years' hard labor at the Darlinghurst Sessions to-day on each of ...

    Article : 93 words
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  26. RESTRICTIONS ON CAPITAL ISSUES.

    The Imperial Government, according to a cable message published to-day, having abandoned the restrictions on new capital [?] for domestic purposes, but not in ...

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  27. BOLSHEVISM IN QUEENSLAND.

    Mr. Watt stated to-day that he had received a communication from the Acting Premier of Queensland regarding the recent disturbances and had asked him to ...

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  29. SPANISH STRIKE.

    A general strike has occurred at Barcelona. Martial law has been proclaimed, and Constitutional decrees have been suspended. ...

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  30. GERMAN SHIPS AND GOODS.

    The committee appointed by the Peace Conference to deal with German shipping will have their headquarters at Rotterdam, and not Hamburg. ...

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  32. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Bulla will said for Australia with a full cargo. The Oxford University by-election for the House of Commons resulted:— ...

    Article : 225 words
  33. WAR GRAVES.

    The Foreign Office, in publishing the terms of the Franco-British treaty, relative to war graves, explains that the French Government recognise the Imperial War ...

    Article : 68 words
  34. EGYPTIAN FERMENT.

    Viscount Curzon stated in the House of Lords to-day that the news from Egypt had improved. Recent disturbances were predatory in character rather than ...

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  35. A VIATION IN IRELAND.

    After being 19 hours inthe air the attempt of an airman to make a circuit of Ireland flight has been abandoned, owing to hail and snow. ...

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  38. FLOUR FOR INDIA.

    Sixty thousand pounds worth of flour stored by the British Government for some time in Orange is being trucked to Sydney for shipment abroad, its ultimate ...

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  39. AN INDIGNANT MOTOR DRIVER.

    A man engaged a car at Glenelg to bring him into town. He asked the driver to cut the pace out. The car was doing about 60 miles an hour when, to the ...

    Article : 113 words
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