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  2. IMPERIAL SENTIMENT.

    The ceremony of launching the steamer Æneas, 10,000 tons, which, with two sister ships, inaugurates Holt's Blue Funnel line for the Australian passenger service, was ...

    Article : 230 words
  3. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Gibson Carmichael left Sydney by express for Melbourne last night. Mr. Frank Madden, the Speaker of the ...

    Article : 762 words
  4. KOOYONG.

    The Kooyong electors yesterday selected Sir Robert Best to represent them in the House of Representatives. There were three candidates—Sir Robert Best ...

    Article : 536 words
  5. FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. WHERE SHOULD IT BE?

    Replies continue to arrive in answer to the questions put by "The Argus" to the newspaper editors ot Australia with a desire to classify their opinions on the Federal ...

    Article : 263 words
  6. RESCUE FROM DROWNING SEAMAN'S BRAVE DEED.

    Percy Barton, 42 Rawston-road, Col chester, England, seaman, who risked his life in attempting to rescue Alexander Stemp from drowning at Gladstone, ...

    Article : 190 words
  7. FORESTS IN FLAMES.

    The calamitous fires in the forests of Idaho and Western Montana are as yet uncontrolled. At latest reports the flames were sweeping the country at the rate of ...

    Article : 217 words
  8. PIRACY AND MURDER.

    The passengers on board the steamer Buckman, who had the unique experience of being the spectators of an attempt by two men to seize the vessel off the ...

    Article : 369 words
  9. LATE SITTING OF PARLIAMENT

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  10. STORY OF THE RESCUE.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—Two men, Oscar Harman and Alexander Stemp, sailors on the Rippingham Grange, were fishing from a plank supported on trestles ...

    Article : 407 words
  11. LABOUR IN POLITICS.

    The decision of the House of Lords in the Osborne case, which declares that it is illegal for trades unions to make levies for the support of members of Parliament, is ...

    Article : 259 words
  12. NICARAGUAN REVOLT.

    President Madriz, of Nicaragua, who, after nominating Senor Jose Estrada, for the presidency, fled to Corinto, has now escaped to Honduras. ...

    Article : 86 words
  13. SPECIAL REPLIES.

    In addition to answering the questions, "Table Talk" writes:—"Approve of an amendment of the constitution, and have always supported the meet ing place of Parliament and temporary seat of ...

    Article : 158 words
  14. FROM THE ICY NORTH.

    Interesting news has been brought from Spitzbergen by the steamer Kong Herald, which bas been craising in northern waters, and recently reached a point within 10 ...

    Article : 145 words
  15. WARRING REPUBLICANS. PRESIDENT REPUDIATES THE "BOSSES."

    President Taft has taken pains to make his attitude clear on the subject of the re jection of Mr. Roosevelt in favour' of VicePresident Sherman by the Republican ...

    Article : 136 words
  16. AN EXHIBITION PROJECT.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—Mr. Arthur Day, exhibition promoter, is travelling eastward on the R.M.S. Omrah, to ascertain the pos sibility of holding an exhibition in ...

    Article : 121 words
  17. CORPSE IN THE SAND.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The body of a young woman was found in the sand at the back of the Kensington racecourse at an early hour this morning. A tram guard ...

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  18. KOREAN ANNEXATION.

    The St. Petersburg correspondent of "The Times" states that Japan has informed Russia of her impending annexation of Korea. Japan declares that the Korean ...

    Article : 47 words
  19. SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM.

    It is announced that the Hampshire Cricket Club, in giving permission to G. C. B. Llewellyn to play with South Africa during the forthcoming Australian tour, was ...

    Article : 301 words
  20. ASSEMBLY NOTES.

    Complete unanimity prevailed yesterday on the first matter which was brought before the Legislative Assembly. The Tramway Company found no defender for its ...

    Article : 698 words
  21. STRANDED WARSHIP.

    Late reports concerning the stranding of the British armoured cruiser Bedford, at Quelpart, an island off the coast of Korea, show that the vessel struck the rocks with ...

    Article : 152 words
  22. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    An Englishman named Brandon has been arrested at Borkum, in Prussia, for photo graphing the fortifications at the mouth of the Weser. Brandon's companion, named ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. CLEAN CUT ISSUES.

    Mr. Roosevelt declares that he is very much pleased' with the President's state ment. "I am ready to attend the conven tion," he said yesterday. "The issues are ...

    Article : 52 words
  24. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    John Ebsworth, of Bourke-street, Melbourne, solicitor, who was a passenger by the s.s. Waralah, which is supposed to have foundered on July 27, 1909, left estate of the value of £2,089 (realty ...

    Article : 132 words
  25. ELECTION SCANDAL.

    Router's correspondent at Franklin, Penn sylvania, reports that an investigation is being prosecuted into a serious political scandal. It is stated that Mr. Joseph ...

    Article : 153 words
  26. INDIAN SECRET SOCIETY.

    Giving evidence at the trial at Dacca of the 42 Indians who are charged with con spiracy, a Bengali agent stated that he had succeeded in penetrating to the inner ...

    Article : 72 words
  27. WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE.

    The special committee of the council of the Working Men's College drew up a report upon the administration of the institution, which was adopted by eight votes ...

    Article : 100 words
  28. CHURCH UNION.

    The Methodist Union Committee of Canada has passed a resolution by 44 votes to six in favour of union with the Congre gational and Presbyterian churches. The ...

    Article : 41 words
  29. THE FRENCH MAID.

    The police have made two arrests in connection with the daring theft of jewellery at St. Moretsdorf, Switzerland, early this month. The victim was Mrs. Bacon, ...

    Article : 84 words
  30. TAILORING BOARD.

    A trade board has been established for the tailoring trade. It deals with both the ready-made and wholesale bespoke trades. ...

    Article : 22 words
  31. MARINE PROPULSION.

    The Admiralty authorities will shortly conduct experiments with a view of testing the utility of marine gas engines for the propulsion of destroyers or small cruisers. ...

    Article : 58 words
  32. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.

    The restrictions which were imposed by the Board of Agriculture in consequence of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Yorkshire have been removed in several ...

    Article : 38 words
  33. TARIFF' REVISION.

    President Taft, in the Republican cam paign' hand-book, favours revision of the tariff and separate schedules, upon the basis of the Tariff Commission's estimates ...

    Article : 52 words
  34. KING EDWARD MEMORIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 29 words
  35. CRICKETER FOR NEW ZEALAND.

    J. H. Board, the Gloucestershire wicketkeeper, whose services have been engaged for New Zealand, will leave for the Dominion on September 3. ...

    Article : 33 words
  36. DAVIS CUP.

    The "Daily Telegraph" to-day states that the refusal on the part of the council of the Australasian Lawn Tennis Association to give a guarantee of £000 for a team, ...

    Article : 126 words
  37. POSTLE'S RETIREMENT.

    The health of A. B. Postle, the Austra lian sprinter, has lately been unsatisfac tory. "Sporting Life", announces that, act ing on medical advice, Postle has probably ...

    Article : 33 words
  38. RUSSIAN ARTILLERY.

    A storm of indignation has broken out in the Russian press at the action of the Artillery department in giving a huge order to Krupps for guns which should have been ...

    Article : 99 words
  39. REVENGE AND DIVORCE.

    Mrs. Cudahy, wife of Mr. John P. Cudahy, a millionaire pork-packer, of Kansas City, has succeeded in obtaining a divorce from her husband. The parties to the proceedings ...

    Article : 379 words
  40. THE HAZARD SCHOOL.

    On Monday night the Bourke-street hazard school moved again into new premises in Bourke-street, between Exhibition and Russell streets. Detective Inspector ...

    Article : 250 words
  41. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL APPEAL

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 128 words
  42. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. BANK SHARES, &c.,

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 154 words
  43. CANADIAN CROPS.

    The Winnipeg "Free Press" expert estimates the crops in the western provinces of Canada as follows:—Wheat, 102,250,000 bushels; oats, 108,000,000 bushels; ...

    Article : 61 words
  44. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 139 words
  45. A THOUSAND MEN STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—All the men engaged in the construction of the North Coast railway line, between the 24-mile and Gloucester, to the number of about 1,000, are ...

    Article : 109 words
  46. MINING SHARES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 27 words
  47. HALF-CASTE CHILD'S DEATH.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—News from Germanton is to the effect that last Monday Tom Brennan reported to the police at Charleston that he found the dead body ...

    Article : 78 words
  48. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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