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  • OBITUARY. [?]IEUTENANT-COLONEL J.F. BAGOT, M.P. LONDON, March 1.

    The death is announced of LientenantColonel Josceline Fitzroy Bagot, Conservative member for South Westmoreland. He served as aide-de-camp to the Canadian ... [Article] (56 words)
  • MEXICAN AFFAIRS. CONTINUANCE OF UNREST. MEXICO CITY, March 1.

    General Zapata has decided to co-ope rate with General Huerta, the provisional President, in his effort to restore peace. EX-PRESIDENT DIAZ BLESSES ... [Article] (156 words)
  • UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. CREWS IN GOOD FOR[?] LONDON, March 1.

    The greatest interest in taken in the annual boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities, which is to take place on March 13. Both crews are in good ... [Article] (48 words)
  • M. DELCASSE. MEETS THE KAISER. PARIS, March 1.

    The Paris newspapers announce that at the Kaiser's instance M. Delcasse, the newly-appointed French Ambassador to Russia, will meet him in Berlin on his ... [Article] (70 words)
  • A GIRL'S SUICIDE. AFRAID OF HER FATHER. BERLIN, March 1.

    A pathetie domestic tragedy is reported from Eisenach, an important town in the Grand Duchy of Saxe-Weimar. A girl, aged 9 years, committed suicide by throwing ... [Article] (66 words)
  • GIPSY SINGER. RUSSIAN FAVORITE. ST. PETERSBURG, March 1.

    There was a great demonstration of grief at the funeral yesterday of the late Madame Vialtzeva, who for years had been known as the queen of gipsy singers, and was a ... [Article] (61 words)
  • GREAT FIRES. DESTRUCTION IN SPAIN. MADRID, March 1.

    A disarstrous fire has occurred at San Sebastian, a port on the Bay of Biscay, and the capital of the Basque province of Guipuzcoa. It originated in the theatre at ... [Article] (145 words)
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  • THE SUFFRAGETTES. HUNGER STRIKE METHODS. HARD LABOR REMITTED. LONDON, March 1.

    Miss Sylvia Paukburst and a son of Mr. George Lansbury, formerly Labor member of the House of Commons, for Bow and Bromley, who were sentenced ... [Article] (1158 words)
  • ST. DAVID'S DAY.

    Saturday was St. David's Day, when the memory of the national and tutelary saint of Wales was honored. Few historical facts are known regarding the saint's life ... [Article] (208 words)
  • THE KAISER. EVICTING A TENANT. BERLIN, March 1.

    Much comment has been caused by the action of the Kaiser in evicting one of his Cadinen estate tenants, named Sohst, on tbe ground of his refusal to ... [Article] (213 words)
  • FINANCIAL NEWS. MINING SHARES. LONDON, March 1.

    The following are the latest quotations on the London Stock Exchange:- North, buyers 43/9, sellers 45/. Chillagoe, buyers 6d., seller 1/. ... [Article] (83 words)
  • SHIPPING NEWS. LONDON, March 1. Arrivals.

    At Philadelphia—Stolzenfels. At San Francisco—Makaweli. Departure. For Newcastle—Verbena. ... [Article] (21 words)
  • GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, March 1. THE SCOTT FUND.

    The fund for the relief of the dependants of Captain Scott, and his fellow-victims in the Antarctic disaster, amounts to £40,000. ... [Article] (108 words)
  • TRAIN SMASH. TWENTY-FIVE PASSENGERS INJURED. LONDON, March 1.

    A locomotive dashed into an electric train at the Manor station, Newcastle on[?] Tyne, yesterday, telescoping the last carriages. There were a number of ... [Article] (45 words)
  • BROKEN HILL. BROKEN HILL, March 2.

    Through a burst in a water main from the Stephens' Creek reservoir work at several mines along the line of lode was temporarily dislocated on Friday night. ... [Article] (392 words)
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  • THE NEW NAVAL COLLEGE. OPENED AT GEELONG. A VALUABLE INSTITUTION. Melbourne, March 2.

    Osborne House, the Government's new naval college at Geelong, was officially declared open by the Governor-General (Lord Denman) on Saturday. The college ... [Article] (982 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 2.

    The gold exported in February was 30,467 oz., valued at £120,323, compared with 31,730 oz., valued at £132,232, in February, 1912. Silver exported [?]talled ... [Article] (133 words)
  • VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 2.

    At the annual conference of the Federated Mining Employes' Association at Bendigo the general secretary (Mr. J. Little) said notwithstanding the finding ... [Article] (56 words)
  • THE ABATTOIRS. FIRST DELIVERY OF MEAT. A TRIAL THIS WEEK.

    Mr. T. G. Ellery, in his capacity as general manager of the Metropolitan Abattoirs, has sent a copy of this notice to all the master butchers in the ... [Article] (547 words)
  • THE POOR BOOKMAKER. DEPUTATION TO VICTORIAN. ACTING PREMIER. OBJECTION TO INCREASED FEES. Melbourne, March 1.

    The Acting Premier (Mr. Murray) yesterday received a deputation of bookmakers from the Bookmakers' Association, the Victorian Club, and Bowes ... [Article] (627 words)
  • AMERICAN MONEY TRUST. STRICTER BANKING RULES PROPOSED. WASHINGTON, March 1.

    The committee appointed by the House of Representatives to enquire as to the existence of operations of a Money Trust in the United States have prepared their ... [Article] (118 words)
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  • SOUTH AFRICA. THE NATIVE QUESTION. CAPE TOWN, March 1.

    General Botha yesterday urged that Parliament should approach the imperial Government to allow all South African protectorates to come under the control ... [Article] (52 words)
  • ANGLICAN BENEDICTINES SECESSIONS TO ROME. LONDON, March 1.

    Sixty-four of the Caldy Benedictines, an Anglican organisation whose practices have been adversely criticised as being at variance with the rules and teachings of ... [Article] (90 words)
  • THE GERMAN ARMY. HUGE EXPENDITURE. BERLIN, March 1.

    The "Tageblatt," referring to the reports of other newspapers as to the extra military vote it is intended by the Government to apply for asserts that ... [Article] (50 words)
  • DEFENCE. ROSYTH NAVAL BASE. ANOTHER GRAVING DOCK. LONDON, March 1.

    The Admiralty have contracted for the construction of a third graving dock at Rosyth, the new naval base in Scotland. Special excursion trains are conveying ... [Article] (122 words)
  • VICTORIAN COAL. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. Melbourne, March 2.

    The boring operations which were recently entered upon by the Powlett North Woolamai Colliery Company on their lease, which adjoins that of the State mine, at ... [Article] (264 words)
  • FEDERAL FINANCE. FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY. Melbourne, March 2.

    The upward tendency of the Customs and Excise revenue has received a slight check. Last month the total received was £7,705 below that for the corresponding period of last year. There were ... [Article] (472 words)
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  • THE CASE OF MR. CHINN. STATEMENT BY AN EX-MINISTER. "APPOINTMENT MOST DISCREDITABLE." Perth, March 2.

    Mr. Gregory, the late Minister of Mines and Railways, who is the Liberal candidate for the Dampier Federal seat, speaking at Armadale about the Chinn case, said ... [Article] (384 words)
  • THE DARWIN CHINESE CHILDREN. ALL THE CASES GO AGAINST THE DEPARTMENT. DARWIN, March 2.

    All the cases against the St. Albans Chinese have been concluded and have resulted in a decision in each instance that the child was not subject to the ... [Article] (162 words)
  • FEDERAL AFFAIRS. NEW AUSTRALIANS. Melbourne, March 2.

    During February 177 certificates of naturalisation were made by the External Affairs Department. The persons naturalised were 146 men and 31 women. ... [Article] (89 words)
  • SHIPPING ACCIDENT. FERRY-STEAMER AND TUG COLLIDE. Sydney, March 2.

    A collision between a ferry-steamer and a tug occurred in Waterview Bay, Balmain, yesterday morning. The ferry-steamer Lady Napier was going to Mort's dock ... [Article] (84 words)
  • A SERIOUS FIRE. A SYDNEY BUILDING DESTROYED. Sydney, March 2.

    A fire broke out yesterday morning in two-storey premises occupied by Messrs. Peel and Tombs, furniture manufacturers, and the C. J. Pittman Motor Body ... [Article] (172 words)
  • NORTHERN TERRITORY. DARWIN, March 2.

    Albert Nye, who arrived a few days ago from Derby, Western Australia, was yesterday sentenced to nine months' imprisonment for obtaining goods by means ... [Article] (87 words)
  • TASMANIA. HOBART, March 2.

    The hospital day collections totalled £255, which is about equal to those of last year. A motor cycle hill climbing test race ... [Article] (50 words)
  • THE TAIYUAN'S PASSENGERS. DARWIN, March 2.

    The steamer Taiyuan arrived from Hongkong on Friday evening and sailed for the south on Saturday morning. The passengers who joined the ship here were:— ... [Article] (59 words)
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  • INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  • TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS. (As announced in "The Advertiser" to-day.)

    Adelaide Oval, 12—Inter-state Cricket. Steamship Buildings, 430—Annual meeting, Adelaide Hunt Club. Evening. ... [Article] (97 words)
  • EMPIRE STUDENTS AND AVIATION. GIFT OF AN AEROPLANE. (From Our Special Correspondent.) London, January 31, 1913.

    The presentation of an aeroplane to the War Office and the nation by the students of the International Correspondence Schools throughout the Empire was ... [Article] (495 words)
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