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  2. SUBSTANTIAL JUSTICE.

    The South African Senate has read the Indemnity Bill a third time. The Minister for Defence (Mr. Smuts) stated that although the deported strike ...

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  3. THE BRITISH NAVY.

    The First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Winston Churchill), speaking in the Commons when the House was in committee on the Naval Estimates ...

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  4. THE BISLEY TEAM.

    A vast amount of interest is centred on South Australia at the present time by Commonwealth rifle shooting circles. The Federal Government is sending a team to ...

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  5. THE TRAMWAY ROSTER.

    In The Register on Wednesday Mr. L. L. [?] (Secretary of the Tramway Employes' Union) challenged at length a statement of the Chairman of the ...

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  6. MR. DEANE'S SUCCESSOR.

    Mr. N. G. Dell (Chief Engineer of the Queensland Railways) has been offered the appointment of Chief Commonwealth' Railways. Engineer in succession to Mr. H. ...

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  7. FRANCE AGITATED.

    The tragic end of M. Calmette, editor of The Figaro, as the result of revolver shots fired by Madame Caillaux, wife of the well-known French statesman, has ...

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  8. BUNKER COAL AFIRE.

    The fire in the bunkers of the steamer Polam Hall is still burning. The fire brigade steam engine was pumping in water all night. The volume of smoke issuing from the ...

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  9. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    In a speech at Parramatta last night the Prime Minister (Mr. Cook) said:—"In the Senate policies are made and unmade. The present Senate tried to unmake our policy ...

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  10. "GERMANY WATCHED."

    The Admiralty, continued Mr. Churchill, desired to complete eight squadrons before the next strongest Power completed its organization German development had ...

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  11. EXTRADITING KENDALL.

    The Union Government contemplates taking action to extradite the Labour leader Kendall, who evaded deportation from South Africa with the nine other ...

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  12. FEDERATED TANNERS.

    When the hearing of the plaint of the Federated Tanners' Union against Alderson & Co. and other respondents in the various States was resumed before Mr. ...

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  13. ULSTER'S FIGHT.

    It is stated by one of the members appointed to the Ulster provisional government, that 4,000 veterans of the South African campaign will mobilize on Monday. ...

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  14. GOOD-LOOKING GIRLS.

    There were not a few people in the City Court to-day who felt inclined to envy two men who stood in the dock, for the companionship of the smartly-dressed ...

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  15. DEMONSTRATIONS IN PARIS.

    Before proceeding to the office of the editor of The Figaro Madame Caillaux had taken counsel of friends. Finding that she was not likely to secure satisfaction by ...

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  16. AUSTRALIA'S POSITION.

    Mr. Churchill further remarked that the Admiralty would place eight Dreadnoughts in the Mediterranean by the end of 1915. Two ships of the 1914 programme would be ...

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  17. SIR IAN HAMILTON'S VISIT.

    Arrangements for Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton's inspection of the metropolitan Senior Cadets and citizen forces at Montefiore Hill on Saturday next are complete. To ...

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  18. IF WAR BROKE OUT.

    Daring the course of his speech in the House of Commons on the navy, the First Lord of the Admiralty said that owing to trade conditions there was a likelihood ...

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  19. SENSATION IN THE DEPUTIES.

    The debate in the Chamber of Deputies was one of the most stormy since the sensational trial of Capt. Dreyfus, many years ago. ...

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  20. MURDER TRIALS.

    At the Criminal Court to-day, before the Chief Justice (Sir William Cullen), Henry Harold Armstrong, a young man, pleaded not guilty to a charge of having, at Mascot ...

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  21. PANAMA TOLLS.

    Representative Kahn warned the House during consideration of the Sims Bill for the repeal of the Panama tolls exemption clauses that Great Britain would not yield ...

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  22. SPEECH BY MR. REDMOND.

    Presiding at the Nationalists' banquet in the Hotel Cecil in honour of St. Patrick's Day, Mr. John Redmond (Leader of the Irish Party) referred to the home rule ...

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  23. PRISON WORKSHOPS.

    Mr. Otto H. Schomburgk (Sheriff and Controller of Prisons in South Australia) is in Brisbane gathering particulars relatively to prisons, administration and ...

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  24. THE MEDITERRANEAN AND CANADA.

    The Minister declared with emphasis that Great Britain would remain the independent guardian of her interests in the Mediterranean. The Government was not ...

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  25. ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

    Referring to the Anglo-Japanese alliance, Mr. Churchill remarked:—"While Japan is allied to Great Britain and Great Britain possesses naval superiority, Japan is safe ...

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  26. SUFFRAGETTES.

    While their Majesties the King and Queen were attending a charity matinee at the Palladium Theatre, a suffragette shouted out a protest, against the imprisonment of ...

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  27. DOCUMENTS SEIZED.

    The police have seized documents in the office of the murdered editor of The Figaro. It is reported that these include M. Caillaux's private letters to his wife ...

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  28. A PLOT REVEALED.

    Advice from Sacramento, California, States that the arrest of five leaders of an unemployed demonstration led to a confession that the unemployed were planning ...

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  29. JAMES MULLAN REMANDED.

    In the case in which James Mullan was charged with having murdered his wife at Waverley on January 28, and in which a plea of insanity was set up for the defence ...

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  30. PUBLIC MORALS.

    A deputation from the Council of Public Morals waited on the Acting Premier (Mr. Bath) to-day and asked that the Premier (Mr. Scaddan) should urge on the ...

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  31. LABORI WILL DEFEND.

    M. Labori, the celebrated advocate, has been retained for the defence of Madame Caillaux. Mounted police and troops patrol the Grand Boulevard in order to ...

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  32. LIGHT HORSE IN CAMP.

    KAPUNDA, March 18.—The camp of light, horse is settling down to solid work. B and C. Squadrons, representing troops stationed between Prospect and Burra ...

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  33. ANOTHER WOMAN IMPRISONED.

    Yesterday a suffragette in male attire was arrested in the outer lobby of the House of Commons. Two hunting crops were concealed under her coat. ...

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  34. AN EFFECTIVE BOND AND AUSTRALASIA.

    The bond with Japan and Great Britain, observed the Minister, was meant to be for the effective protection of Australasia. The bond depended entirely upon the ...

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  35. NEW MINISTER OF FINANCE.

    M. Renoult has been appointed to succeed M. Caillaux, who has resigned office as Minister of Finance. ...

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  36. CONDOBLIN RAILWAY.

    Mr. J. Scaddan (Premier of Western Australia) arrived at Broken Hill this morning on a private visit. He was accorded a civic welcome in the town hall ...

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  37. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    An interesting letter has been received by the Treasurer (Hon. J. Hart) from Mr. Hutt, M.P. (President of the English Board of Trade). Mr. Hutt was one of ...

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  38. RETIRING AGENT-GENERAL.

    The retiring Agent-General for South Australia (Hon. A. A. Kirkpatrick) was tendered a dinner at the Trocadero. Among those present were the Secretary of State ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  39. MARCONI SHARES.

    The Committee of the House of Lords is pursuing its investigation into the American Marconi share transactions of Lord Murray of Elibank, when he was ...

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  40. MR. CHURCHILL.

    A report was received yesterday to the effect that the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Winston Churchill), while about to leave Bradford, had been struck violently ...

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  41. FATAL ARGUMENT.

    The body of the man who died an the result of a blow received during an argument in the Kilkenny Inn on Saturday night has been identified as that of Patrick ...

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  42. TRANSFER OF LIGHTHOUSES.

    Although the Commonwealth Act, taking over form the States' control of the lighthouses was passed in December, 1911, it has not been brought into operation. ...

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  43. AROUSING NAVAL SENTIMENT.

    The Government realized the importance of creating naval sentiment in the dominions. Therefore, it had advocated the creation of an Imperial Squadron, and had ...

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  44. BRITISH REVENUE.

    It is expected that the revenue of the United Kingdom for the financial year 1913-14 will reach £200,000,000, which would exceed the estimate by more than ...

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  45. PACIFIC CABLE BOARD.

    Recently, following upon dissensions among the members of the Pacific Cable Board, the Chairman (Sir Henry Primrose) who has occupied his position since ...

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  46. LUCK TURNED.

    W. and M. Roberts, two brothers, who have been prospecting at Daybreak, near Corindhap, with indifferent results for 18 months, yesterday picked out 314 oz. of ...

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  47. THE ADMIRALTY RESPONSIBLE.

    Though the Government believed that the foundations for peace among the Great Powers had been strengthened, yet the causes which would lead to a general war ...

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  48. ROMAN CATHOLICS AND AUSTRALIA.

    Speaking at St. Patrick's Day banquet last night, the Rev. Dean Killian in proposing the toast of "Australia," said:—Australia is a country to be proud of and ...

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  49. SAN DOMINGO.

    The threatened revolution in the Republic of San Domingo has been averted. An understanding which has been reached between the Government and rebel forces ...

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  51. JAPANESE NAVAL SCANDALS.

    Yoshida, a Japanese employe of the firm of Siemens Schuckert, whose statements provided the basis for many arrests in connection with the naval scandals, has ...

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  52. AN OPPOSITION CRITIC.

    Mr. A. H. Lee (Unionist member for the Fareham Division of Hampshire, and formerly Civil Lord of the Admiralty) accused the Government of having failed in ...

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  53. RUSSIA AND GERMANY.

    The Duma Committee on Agricultural Finance has adopted a tax on grain, peas, and beans, equivalent to 30 kopeks (about 7 1/2d.) per pood (40 lb.), as a ...

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  55. AUSTRALIAN MINISTER'S COMMENT

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Millen), referring to-night to Mr. Churchills speech, said that it was the most important statement on Imperial naval policy with which ...

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