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AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPMENTS.

SYDNEY, April 20

This has. been the .worst s:; week,.since the outbreak of influenza,""' 230 deaths and over 1000 cases having been recorded. So far the general cessation' of business does: not appear to have affected the epidemic. !It is the. quietest Easter; eVer-kridwn: Instead of the crowds attracted by ;the show and ractsi the''city is deserted. Most people are spending the holiday in the couii17' SYDNEY, April* 21. ■;*'■■: There- were, 'isixty-fdiir deaths from influenza during the week-end, making atotah to, date of 695. :- MELBOURNE, April 21. •■'• ' There;,were -twenty-six laaths: from influenza during the wee'c-end, making; a tdtal. to date of 1006. SYDNEY; Ap«7l 21. '• The Federal Quarantine Departmenthas lifted the quarantine restrictions on cargo-vessels from New-Zealand, provided they show""" a clean bill of health, and they will bo allowed to proceed direct' to the wharf. The crews are to be .kept 'under observation while in' port. ■ •i";;' . '.''■' x '•

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AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPMENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPMENTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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