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  2. MISHAP AT SEA.

    A boat manned by two officers and four men arrived at Suva this morning from the Union Company's cargo steamer Whangape. They reported that the ...

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  3. WEST AUSTRALIA FOR IMMIGRANTS.

    Mr. Charles Godfrey, a Devonshire man, who has arrived in Tasmania to make a home, has come here from West Australia, where it was his intention ...

    Article : 397 words
  4. GALLERY NOTES.

    Mr. Nichols can hardly feel flattered with the reception of his objections to the scheme for the redistribution of Legislative Council seats now before that ...

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  5. CORRUPTION IN AMERICA

    President Roosevelt in a speech has attacked Senator Foraker and Governor Haskell for bitterly opposing all reforms proposed by the Government. ...

    Article : 163 words
  6. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Senator McGregor (S.A.) has given notice that on October 15 he will move that the best interests of the Commonwealth would be served by the ...

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  7. COTTON TRADE DISPUTE.

    The trouble in the cotton trade in Lancashire and Manchester has reached an acute stage. The card room workers are taking ...

    Article : 104 words
  8. GERMAN FINANCES.

    The Berlin newspaper "Nord Deutsch Allgemeine Zeitung" states that during the next five years Germany will be compelled to meet a deficit of from ...

    Article : 101 words
  9. JOHNSON THE PUGILIST.

    J. Johnson, the coloured pugilist, who has been matched to fight Tommy Burns, the champion of the world, at the Stadium, Rushcutter's Bay, Sydney, on ...

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  10. S.A. RIFLE MEETING.

    The Rifle Association matches were continued to-day, and, though a little misty rain fell early in the morning, the weather was fine. Remarkably good ...

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  11. PENNY POSTAGE.

    In the Legislative Council to-day Mr. Lucas asked that, in view of the fact that the post office had been established for public convenience, and not ...

    Article : 143 words
  12. MURDER IN BRAZIL.

    A Syrian named Michael Trades, a passenger by the steamer Corillere from Santos, in Brazil, to Rio de Janeiro, was arrested on Monday, just before ...

    Article : 143 words
  13. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NAVY

    Sir John Colomb, in a letter to "The Times," strongly approves of Mr. W. E. Abbott's address to the Pastoralists Union of New South Wales in July, in ...

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  14. ENGLISH RAILWAY COMPANIES

    The "Daily Express" states that the Great Western Railway Company has joined the combination of other great railways with a view to resisting the ...

    Article : 73 words
  15. APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNORS

    In the Legislative Council to-day, Sir John Downer gave notice that he would move— "(1) That the present method of ...

    Article : 98 words
  16. A SWIMMING RECORD.

    H. Taylor, of the Chadderton Swimming Club, swam a quarter of a mile at the Shoreditch baths yesterday in 5min. 27 2-5sec. This is a record for ...

    Article : 76 words
  17. LABOUR CONDITION IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    An extraordinary letter came before the Federal Labour party at the weekly caucus to-day. It was from Mr.G.J. Bruce, president of the Labour party of ...

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  18. PERSONAL.

    The Lady Edeline Strickland, patroness of the Women's Health Association, has invited the members to hold their postponed quarterly meeting at Government ...

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  19. A PRESS CONGRESS.

    An international press congress is being held at Berlin. Prince Bulow, in welcoming the delegates yesterday, referred to the need ...

    Article : 59 words
  20. ALIENS' RESTRICTION ACT.

    The Federal Labour Caucus to-day discussed the question of the surreptitious entry of Asiatics into the Commonwealth from pearling vessels on the North and ...

    Article : 119 words
  21. UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. H. H. Asquith) has given an assurance to the representatives of the Labour party that the Government will regard, the ...

    Article : 67 words
  22. PRINCE EULENBERG RELEASED

    The German authorities in July, acting upon the advice of medical experts, and at the request of the Public Prosecutor at Berlin adjourned ...

    Article : 223 words
  23. THE DANISH FRAUDS.

    Further particulars have been supplied with respect to the defalcations of M. Alberti, ex-Minister for Justice in Denmark. ...

    Article : 143 words
  24. UNIVERSAL TRAINING.

    When the Labour Conference met in Brisbane defence was made the subject of a long debate, and a resolution was adopted approving of universal training. ...

    Article : 212 words
  25. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.

    In St. John's Baptist Church, Goulburn-street, last night the newly-appointed rector, Rev. E.H. Thompson, was inducted by the Bishop, Dr. Mercer, in the ...

    Article : 437 words
  26. CHOLERA AT ST. PETERSBURG.

    The St. Petersburg correspondent of "The Times" contrasts what he calls "the permanently ludicrous sanitary arrangements" at St. Petersburg, where ...

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  27. THE WRIGHT AEROPLANE.

    Wilbur Wright, by his latest flight at Le Mans, in France, on Monday, when he flew nearly 42 miles in 1 hour 31min. 25sec., won the Aero Club's ...

    Article : 548 words
  28. ZEEHAN WARDENS COURT.

    At the Warden's Court to-day, decisions were given in the applications for forfeiture cases heard yesterday. In the case of Robertson v. Bragiotti, ...

    Article : 101 words
  29. RECOGNITION OF MULAI HAFID

    Russia and Holland have expressed their approval of the Franco-Spanish Note, which defines the conditions under which the Powers are prepared to ...

    Article : 68 words
  30. EXPLOSION ON A FRENCH CRUISER.

    An explosion of a serious character occurred yesterday on the French cruiser Latouche Treville 4,750 tons, when off Toulon. ...

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  31. LAUNCESTON SHOW.

    A meeting of the executive committee of the above society was held last night. A letter was received from the Private Secretary, stating that His ...

    Article : 244 words
  32. CRUELTY TO AN ELEPHANT.

    Action has been taken against Hagonbeck's manager for cruelty to an elephant at the Franco-British Exhibition, Shepherd's Bush, London. ...

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  33. TELEPHONE SERVICE AT RENISON BELL.

    The Postal Department have issued instructions for the installation of a telephone service at Renison Bell by the 1st prox. ...

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  34. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Countess Russell, nee Mabel Scott, daughter of Sir Claude Scott. In 1890 Earl Russell married Mabel ...

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  35. SUNSHINE RAILWAY DISASTER

    Two County Court actions, arising out of the railway accident at Sunshine on April 20 last, have been commenced against the Victorian Railway ...

    Article : 49 words
  36. AN ATHLETIC CLUB.

    At a meeting held to-nignt at the Volunteer Hotel, which was attended by a number of athletes, it was unanimously decided to form an athletic club. Mr. ...

    Article : 54 words
  37. THE ACCIDENT AT VICTORIA ZEEHAN MINE.

    Mr. Green, the machinery inspector, to-day completed his inquiry into the recent accident at the Victoria Zeehan mine, and is forwarding his report to ...

    Article : 235 words
  38. GENERAL CABLES.

    Bank of Australasia, £101 to £103. Melbourne Board of Works, £103. BREADSTUFFS. The quantity of wheat afloat for the ...

    Article : 121 words
  39. PUBLIC WORKS IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The Minister for Public Works (Mr. W. Hall Jones) laid the annual statement before Parliament to-day. The estimated amount available for public ...

    Article : 82 words
  40. AN OVERLAND RIDE.

    Francis Birtles the overland cyclist, arrived here this afternoon, having covered 8,300 miles since he left Brisbane. He was welcomed by the League ...

    Article : 57 words
  41. QUARANTINE AREAS.

    The Comp[?]oller-General of Customs, the State Collector, the Chief Health Officer, and the Chief Inspector of Stock arrived by the express to-day, for ...

    Article : 149 words
  42. GENERAL-TELEGRAMS.

    At a meeting of the Local Authority this evening, the roll was presented, and a few alterations made and passed. WARATAH, September 23. ...

    Article : 58 words
  43. THE PROHIBITED PROCESSION.

    The action of the British authorities in refusing to allow the ceremonial procession in London in connection with the recent Eucharistic Conference has ...

    Article : 76 words
  44. IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDALS.

    Fifteen ex-police officers and others were to-day presented by the State Governor with Imperial Service medals. Sir Harry Rawson said he hoped that ...

    Article : 62 words
  45. CATHOLIC BAZAAR.

    Warden Luck opened the Catholic bazaar this afternoon, being introduced by Archdeacon Beechinor. The latter was instrumental in securing two stalls from ...

    Article : 66 words
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