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  2. Advertising

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  4. "CURSED MACHINE POLITICS,"

    Speaking at Perthville last night, Mr. John Miller, M.L.A., said Mr Dawson Moore was fighting one of the strongest men in the Labor caucus movement ...

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  5. AT THE POINT OF THE REVOLVER.

    Six policemen bailed up and arrested at the point of the revolver three men who were behaving. suspiciously in Cleveland-street, Redfern, early this ...

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  7. SPEAKER WILLIS.

    Speaker Willis issued a remarkable memorandum for publication this afternoon. It reads:—"Mr. Speaker's Room, Parliament ...

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  8. SPORTING.

    Harry Greene, of the Kerne Hill harriers, registered a great, performance, yesterday while competing in the 50 miles track race at Stamford Bridge, ...

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  9. FIRE AND BOMBS.

    The headquarters of the Nottingham Boat Club on the bank of the Trent were fired last night, the damage amounting to about £2000. ...

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  10. City Pictures.

    Despite the weather, the picture I patrons of Bathurst responded to the claims of the Orphanage last night, and long before the time of starting every ...

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  11. MR MOORE AT PERTHVILLE

    Mr. R. Dawson Moore addressed a meeting of electors at Orton Park last night. Mr. M'ln[?]yre presided. The candidate's address was listened to ...

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  12. Stock Sales.

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  13. SCULLING.

    Dick Arnst reached Newcastle this afternoon from Port Stephens, where he has been unable to do any fishing owing to the bad weather. ...

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  14. RAILWAY PORTERS.

    There is the danger of a further upheaval amongst the railway porters. The men state that they returned to work after the recent strike on, the ...

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  15. THE VALUE OF A SOVEREIGN.

    The Labor Department of the Board of Trade (United Kingdom) recently prepared a table for the use of the Parliamentary select committee on the ...

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  16. Trotting.

    A meeting of the committee of the Bathurst District Trotting Club was held at Beavis' rooms last night, to make arrangements for the Empire meeting on ...

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  17. THE FRIEDMAN CURE.

    Dr. Sturn, formerly Dr. Friedman's assistant, has begun a suit to recover £20,000 commission in connection with the sale of the Friedman consumption ...

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  18. BOXING.

    Luther McCarthy, who is now recognised as the white heavyweight champion of the world, has arrived at Calgary to continue his preparations for the ...

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  19. A VOCALIST SHOT.

    A peculiar and painful accident occurred to Mr. Maurice Chenoweth, the tenor, of the National Amphitheatre, last evening. Mr. Chenoweth was ...

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  20. MANLY CRIME SUSPECT.

    Allen Main, the Manly suspect, was brought before a Court specially constituted, at 6.30 o'clock this morning at Overton's bedside in the Manly ...

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  21. JACK JOHNSON.

    Two of the ,11 counts against J. Johnson, have been dismissed. ...

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  22. "Billy Hughes."

    A resident of Perthville possesses the same name as the Federal Attorney-General. At the Federal meeting in the village last night, Mr. Dawson Moore ...

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  23. STRIKE RIOT.

    Serious rioting has occurred at Cincinnati. A traction company, whose employees are on strike, attempted to run cars ...

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  24. FLASH OF LIGHTNING.

    A flash of lighting at Collingsville Ohlahama, killed five men and seriously injured two others ...

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  25. FOOTBALL.

    The following will represent K Company against M Company cadets in a football, match on the Ordnance Ground at 2.43 p.m. on Saturday next:-Wasts, ...

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  26. STEAMER WRECKED.

    The Portuguese' cruiser Adama has been wrecked while homen bound. She struck a rock off the Chinese coast and was badly damaged ...

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  27. BREACH OF PROMISE.

    The Chief Justice this morning dealt with an undefended breach of promise action in which Hilda Maloney, a tailoress, claimed £100 from Douglas Farrar ...

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  28. SHOOTING AFFAIR.

    George Stokes (63) was committed for trial to-day on a charge of shooting joseph Quinlan with intent to murder. It will be remembered that on April ...

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  29. THE INDRABARAH.

    Exciting incidents were witnessed to-day at the scene of the wreck of the liner Indrabarah. The boat's crew attempted to carry a ...

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  30. GHASTLY DISCOVERY.

    The police here have made a ghastly discovery. Two human legs were found in a building, and subsequently a head ...

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  31. FIGHTING IN MEXICO.

    More than 500 dead are lying in fields out of Guyamas as the result three days' desperate fighting being the Federals and insurgents. ...

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  32. Star Pictures.

    At the Masonic Hall to-night, a most remarkable photo-play will be screened. The story is that of the new world famed Italic-American detective, Lieut ...

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  33. THE "KING OF THIEVES."

    It leaked out to-day that the youth Deey made a determined attempt to escape from Darlington Goal on Sunday night ...

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  34. THE "ANTARCTIC BLIZZARD"

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday In one the morning papers appears wireless message from the Antena via Sydney, signed Mawson, in ...

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  35. EGYPTIAN CEMETERY.

    The British Archaeologists' School reports discoveries in Egypt of a most important nature. The discoveries were made at ...

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  36. NEW WHITE STAR LINER.

    The White Star liner Ceramic will Leave Liverpool on July 24 on her maiden voyage to Australia by the Cape of Good Hope route ...

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  37. AMERICAN FRUIT FOR AUSTRALIA

    It is expected that a large quantity of fruit will shortly be shipped from Vancouver to Australian markets, owing to the British Columbian orchards' ...

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  38. "Killarnev."

    playgoers are reminded that the Conrad Power Company will stage the above drama at the School of Arts on Saturday next. The piece abounds with ...

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  39. A HEAVY FOG.

    Wintry conditions prevailed this morning. A big fog obscured the city for some hours, and traffic had to be worked at safety speed. ...

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  40. PRISON DISCLOSURES.

    Some astounding disclosers have been made as the results of an investigation into the management of the New York State Prison at Sing Sing. ...

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  41. "THE MEANEST ACT PASSED."

    At the Lithgow Brotherhood, speaking in support of the Freedom League, Mr. Firth, of Sydney, said there was a good deal more in the compulsory clauses, of ...

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  42. "SUFFICIENT AND EFFICIENT"

    Mr. Flowers, Chief Secretary, denied to-day that, the police force undermanned. He described the sent outbreak of crime as being ...

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  43. A SLOW TRIP.

    The Four-masted barque Renec Rickmers arrived to-day after a passage of 34 days from Queensland. Head winds and bad weather were the cause of the ...

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  44. CO-OPERATION.

    The president of the Co-operative Congress now sitting in Aberdeen stated that if the trades unionists organised themselves as productive companies to ...

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  45. MEMBERS' RESENTMENT.

    Members of both sides of the House hotly resent the Speaker's statement that rules for backwash of society, who ...

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  46. BACK FROM GREENLAND.

    Knud Asmussen has reached Copenhagen after three years' exploration in Greenland. His observations proved that the so called Peary Channel does ...

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  47. BABY FATALLY SCALDED.

    The nine-months-old son of Mr. [?] Mrs. Evendon, who are employee Yarrandale, crawled to a kettle of ing water, and was so badly ...

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  48. THAMES FLOOD TREATENED.

    The Thames is running strongly between its banks, and floods are feared in parts. Persons have been cautioned against going boating. ...

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  49. THE RIGHT TO STRIKE.

    Sir George Askwith, Chief Industrial Commissioner, has submitted a proposal to the Industrial Disputes Council suggesting that the right to strike be ...

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  50. STADIUM FOR MELBOURNE.

    "Snowy" Baker is meeting opposed from the city Council in the establishment of a stadium in the south capital. ...

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  51. HUMAN BONES FOUND.

    Bones have been found among debris in the Murchison Inn, burned down last week, at Geraldton. It was believed all the persons in the building had been ...

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  52. Bathurst School of Arts. ?

    The following new books have recently been added to the library:-"Thinking Black," D. Crawford; "From Pole to Pole," Sven Hedin; "Tourcoing," "On ...

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  53. Local and General.

    An important meeting of members of the Musical and Literary Association is called for the Oddfellows' Hall at 7.30 to-night. It is to be hoped that there ...

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  54. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    Mr. Fisher, the Prime Minister, stated to-day that the Imperial Conference should be held more frequently, as he thought it provided a basis for Imperial ...

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  55. MOTOR CYCLE RECORD.

    Mr. S. L. Bailey, a New South Wales motor cyclist, who has broken seen records on the Brooklands motor in the England, created a new Australia ...

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  56. THE BOTTLE MESSAGE.

    It is believed that the bottle containing the message found on the new Zealand coast is genuine, and that it came from the missing ship Nomia, which ...

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  57. A NEW RIFLE.

    the King and Queen at Aldershot watched a scratch team shooting out of the new army rifle. The weapon is somewhat longer than ...

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  58. BREEDING REINDEERS.

    A reindeer at the Zoological Gardens has given birth to a sturdy calf ...

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  59. Philharmonic Choir Concert.

    The School of Arts Hall will be occupied to-night by the Philharmonic Choir, which have been hard at work for some time past preparing special ...

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  60. BATTLESHIP'S ROUGH PASSAGE.

    The battleship New Zealand arrived at Lyttleton to-day The vessel encountered a terrific gale, and the decks were constantly swept by ...

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  61. "NOT TRUE."

    "It is not true," said Mr. Estell, whip of the Labor party. "No persons but members come into our party room. I know nothing of any 'backwash' coming here." ...

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  62. NEW HIGH COURT.

    Justices Powers and Rich made their first appearance in the High Court to-day. No congratulatory speeches were made, although the body of the Court ...

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  63. DEFAULTING CADETS GAOL

    Forty-One defaulting cadets, motor of the larrikin class, were semenc[?] 10 days' confinement in gaol to-day failing to put in the required numbered ...

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  64. STRUCK AN ICEBERG.

    The Atlantic liner Chiltern Range which has just arrived, reports that after leaving the Newfoundland Coast she crashed into a giant iceberg. ...

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  65. Toll Bars.

    A few months ago a building that stood on the side of the Sydney-Bathurst road was pulled down. It was the residence of the toll bar keeper. Each year ...

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  66. AWFUL CYCLONE.

    Tremendous damage has been done by a cyclone in the French department of Maine. The storm was accompanied by fall ...

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  67. JEWELLERY STOLEN.

    A large plate glass window of Moore Bros.' jeweller shop was broken by burglars last night, and over £100 worth of jewellery stolen. ...

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  68. PERSONAL.

    The secretary of the Orange School of Arts (Mr. F. B. Hayward, late of Bathurst), has had his salary increased by £20 a year, and has been relieved of ...

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  69. THE SINGER CASE.

    In the "Bankruptcy Court to-day Singer Sewing Machine Company menced an appeal against the dec[?] of the Registrar granting Frank ...

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