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    The lamentable difference between the Railway Association and the Government shows no signs of approaching settlement. The strike seems to be fairly general ...

    Article : 493 words
  3. THE BOER WAR.

    Commandant Fouche, who recently entered the native territory of Transkei, in Kaffraria, with the object of securing horses, has entirely failed in his purpose. ...

    Article : 260 words
  4. THE HEAT IN AMERICA.

    In New York on Wednesday 189 deaths resulted from the extreme heat. In many parts of the city the asphalt roadways melted, and so caused the ...

    Article : 42 words
  5. BRITISH PARLIMENT.

    In the House of Commons yesterday the second reading of a Bill authorising the Treasury to raise a war loan of £60,000,000 was read a second time by ...

    Article : 587 words
  6. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the Senate Mr. Drake, in reply to Mr. O'Keefe (T.), stated that while the Government had decided upon uniform reduced rates for telegraphic messages of ...

    Article : 950 words
  7. THE RAILWAY STRIKE.

    There was a decidedly deserted air about the Perth railway stations yesterday, as a result of the determination of the members of the W.A.G.R. ...

    Article : 450 words
  8. THE ACCESSION OATH.

    The Roman Catholic peers are dissatisfied with the proposed new form of the King's accession oath. Their objection is that it attributes to ...

    Article : 63 words
  9. NEWS AND NOTES.

    To-day's Issue.—To-day's issue consists of 12 pages. W.A. Society of Arts.—The council of the W.A. Society of Arts have decided ...

    Article : 2,805 words
  10. AMERICAN SHIPPING.

    The London "Daily Express" is responsible for the statement that Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan's Trust has purchased the steamers belonging to the Grand Trunk ...

    Article : 63 words
  11. THE LEIPSIGER BANK.

    Herr Sumpin, chairman of the Leipsiger Bank, at Berlin, which lately suspended payment, has been arrested. ...

    Article : 32 words
  12. EARL RUSSELL.

    The trial of Earl Russell for bigamy has been fixed to take place on August 6. ...

    Article : 24 words
  13. WEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES.

    Again the sad intelligence of the deaths of some of our soldiers in South Africa has to be recorded. A cablegram received yesterday by His Excellency ...

    Article : 596 words
  14. POLAR EXPLORATION.

    A motor car forms part of the equipment of the American North Polar Expedition, which is about to start, under the leadership of Mr. Evelyn B. Baldwin. ...

    Article : 51 words
  15. AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    A meeting of Australasian merchants in London, and others interested in Australian and New Zealand trade, was held in the city yesterday. ...

    Article : 121 words
  16. BANK FAILURE IN RUSSIA.

    A financial panic has been occasioned throughout the South of Russia, consequent upon the failure of the Karkoff Commercial Bank. ...

    Article : 43 words
  17. MR. HOLMES'S OFFER.

    Yesterday morning Mr. W. Guilfoyle, the general secretary of the W.A.G.R. Association, received from the Commissioner for Railways, Mr. J. J. Holmes, ...

    Article : 328 words
  18. THE PREMIER AND THE STRIKERS.

    The Premier (Mr. Geo. Leake) was seen last night by one of our reporters in reference to an informal interview and discussion which he had during the ...

    Article : 1,234 words
  19. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 24 words
  20. FINANCIAL.

    British consols are quoted at £93 7s. 6d. ...

    Article : 15 words
  21. COMMERCIAL.

    At to-day's colonial wool sales there was fair competition. Best parcels sold at prices on a par with those obtaining at the close of the May series. ...

    Article : 39 words
  22. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

    In the House of Representatives, a petition was presented from Mr. Adcock, Fremantle, alleging that his former petition against the return of Mr. Solomon ...

    Article : 251 words
  23. DISSIPATING A WRONG IMPRESSION.

    To effectively dissipate an impression which existed in certain quarters yesterday morning that the Government had maintained secrecy in connection with ...

    Article : 812 words
  24. Advertising

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    Advertising : 781 words
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