|Conference Number CONTENTS||1|
|Advertising||1 , 2|
|THE NEW CHIEF PRESIDENT.||3|
|Conference Jottings||4 , 5|
|Advertising||4 , 5|
|THE NEXT CONFERENCE. Bendigo Chosen.||6|
|OVERLOOKED INVITATIONS. Absence of Mr. F. Tudor and Mr. J. W. Bills on.||6|
|FREE FROM SECTARIANISM AND PARTY POLITICS. Really National Work Done.||6|
|THE NATIONAL SENATE CANDIDATES||7 , 8|
|EX-CHIEF PRESIDENT OSTROM ENLISTS. Exceptionally Well Fit.||8|
|LECTURE BY DR. PHILPOTS. What He Saw in Germany.||8|
|KERANG ENTERTAINS THE DELEGATES. Representative Attendance.||9|
|Chief President Davine First Official Announcement||10|
|War bur ton and the Saw Baws Beautiful Tracks and Scenery||11 , 12|
|THE ELECTION OF CHIEF PRESIDENT. Senator Blakey Defeated.||13|
|PROSPERITY OF BENDIGO. Revival Expected.||13|
|A.N.A.-ISMS.||14 , 15|
|Advertising||14 , 15|
|“Dead-End” Occupations A Peril to Yeung People||16|
|THE KERANG CONFERENCE Shadow of War Evident Abolition of State Governors and Parliaments||19 , 20 , 22 , 23|
|Delegates at Kerang Conference||21|
|Advertising||22 , 23|
|Tribute to the A.N.A. in Victoria. Missionary Spirit of the Victorian Board.||24 , 25|
|MUSICAL AND ELOCUTIONARY COMPETITIONS. Developing Youthful Talent.||25|
|The Eternal Question "WHAT SHALLIWEAR?"||26 , 27|
|AUSTRALASIAN WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION. CHIEF PRESIDENT OF THE A.W.A.||28 , 29|
|MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT AND ECONOMY. Opinions at A.W.A. Conference.||29|
|THE LATE QUARTERMASTERSERGEANT AUSTIN WAINWRIGHT.||29|
|Board of Directors of A.W.A.||30|
|INCREASING PRIMARY PRODUCTS.||31|
|LECTURE ON ESPERANTO.||31|
|SCIENCE AND THE STATE National Efficiency Needed||32 , 33|
|Advertising||32 , 33|
|TECHNICAL EDUCATION. Facilities Wanted for Students.||34|
|AUSTRALIA DAY IN LONDON. How the Soldiers Observed It.||34|
|A.N.A. Branch Work||35 , 36|
|Advertising||35 , 36|
|SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE. Abolition of State Parliaments.||37 , 38|
|QUEENSLAND. Report of Board Meeting held 5th March.||38|
|WEST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE.||38|
|EXHIBITION OF PRODUCE AT KERANG. A Wonderful Recovery.||38|
|THE OLDEST VISITING BENDIGONIAN. Mr. George Adams, Kerang.||38|
|Advertising||38 , 39 , 40|
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| title=The advance Australia
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| issue=Vol. 21 No. 04 (16 Apr 1917)
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