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  2. INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL QUESTION.

    A conference of suburban municipalities was held in the committee-room of the Town-hall last evening to consider what course they should take in respect of the ...

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  3. THE STEAMER ORION.

    There are still no tidings of the missing steamer Orion. Most people here have non given up hope of the vessel being found. ...

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  4. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    A conference of members of the four suburban municipalities of Now Town, Glenorchy, Queenborough, and Clarence, decided last evening to join with the ...

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  5. EMPIRE DAY ESSAYS.

    Dorothy Wills, of the Model School, Sydney (N.S.W.), has won Lord Meath's Challenge Cup and money prize for the best essay on Empire Day from scholars, ...

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  6. THE INDIANA MURDERS.

    Lamphere, the man who was arrested last week at the farm at Laporte, Indiana, where the bodies of fifteen persons, alleged to have been murdered, ...

    Article : 136 words
  7. FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION.

    The Prince of Wales officially opened the France-British Exhibition yesterday. The general incompleteness of the ...

    Article : 266 words
  8. FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION.

    M. Yves Guyot, the French writer and politician, has written a letter to "The Times," in which he urges that the Franco-British Exhibition should be ...

    Article : 73 words
  9. THE MAGNET MINE TROUBLE.

    Mr. Carling (president) and Mr. John Praed (general secretary of the A.M.A.), after a visit to the Mount Magnet mine, state that there are 219 men employed on ...

    Article : 184 words
  10. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency Sir Gerald Strickland roached Naples in the Orontes (writes our London correspondent under date April 10), and travelled overland en route to ...

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  11. THE MOTHERLAND AND AUSTRALIA.

    In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Wilks (N.S.W.) asked the Prime Minister (Mr. A. Deakin) whether it was true, as[?] stated by Cardinal ...

    Article : 232 words
  12. FLYING THE UNION JACK.

    Replying to Senator Domville, in the Canadian Senate yesterday, Mr. Scott, Secretary of State, said if, owing to Mr. Asquith's recent declaration, ...

    Article : 61 words
  13. THE BRITISH BUDGET.

    Mr. A. Bohar Law. Unionist member for Dulwich in the House of Commons, addressed a meeting at Hackney last evening. ...

    Article : 84 words
  14. THE ADDRESSES.

    The Duke of Argyll delivered an address, and thanked the Prince of Wales for presiding, and thus expressing his approval of the co-operation in peaceful ...

    Article : 213 words
  15. NATAL LIBEL ACTION.

    The "Natal Witness'" has been muleted in £500 damages, and costs, for having libelled Mr. Carter, Minister for Justice, by publishing the letters of Mr. ...

    Article : 73 words
  16. THE COLEBROOK STRIKE.

    A number of the Colebrook men came into Zeehan to-day, and instructed local solicitors to take proceedings to recover wages arrears from the Colebrook P.A. ...

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  17. CHINESE SEAMEN.

    British sailors and dock hands in the Poplar district "of London are using great violence to the Chinese sailors who have arrived in England to ...

    Article : 159 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT.

    The Australian apples by the steamer Moldavia are selling at about Gd. a case above the last prices. Some Cox's. Orange Pippins from Tasmania realised ...

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  19. I.O.O.F. TRIENNIAL CONFER ENCE.

    The Grand Lodge delegates of I.O.O.F. of West Australia, South Australia, and Tasmania, who are to attend the triennial conference of the Grand Lodge of ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. BOYGOTT OF JAPANESE GOODS.

    Mr. Pleasance, ex-Lord Mayor of Melbourne, was a passenger from the East by the steamer Empire, which arrived to-day. ...

    Article : 154 words
  21. GENERAL FEATURES.

    The drenching ram spoilt the additional ceremonies at the Stadium, where two thousand male and lady athletes and polytechnic students inaugurated a ...

    Article : 83 words
  22. THE TERM SOCIALIST.

    A case of considerable interest came before the High Court to-day. It waa in the nature of an appeal from the decision of the New South Wales Full ...

    Article : 182 words
  23. FINANCIAL.

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  24. FOREIGN TROOPS IN CRETE.

    Owing to the confidence felt by the five Powers that have the protectorate of the island in the new High Commissioner of Creto, M. Zaimis, it has been ...

    Article : 123 words
  25. TORNADO IN AMERICA.

    A tornado has devastated the oil region in Western Louisiana. Much damage has been done to property, and in the wreckage one ...

    Article : 47 words
  26. SUSPECTED POISONING CASE

    In connection with the suspected case of poisoning, Jane Baiki[?], aged 42 years, appeared at the Central Police pourt to-day on suspicion of having caused the death ...

    Article : 139 words
  27. ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA.

    In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Deakin, the Prime Minister, [?] reply to Mr. Wilks (N.S.W.), said it was intended to attach a special officer ...

    Article : 134 words
  28. INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE.

    The Ameer of Afghanistan (Habibullah Khan) threatents to resort to drastic methods to prevent his subjects from assisting the Mohmands against the ...

    Article : 98 words
  29. BILLS.

    The bank rate of discount for three months' bills is 2? per cent.; at Par, 2; Berlin, 2?. Short loans are quoted at 1? per cent. ...

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  30. INSPECTION OF FOOD SHOPS.

    The officer of health has been conducting an inspection of food shops of the city. At one place he seized 15 hams and one side of bacon, as being unfit for ...

    Article : 43 words
  31. AUSTRALASIAN STOCKS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 42 words
  32. MOVEMENT FOR UNIFICATION[?]

    An influentially signed requisition has been presented to the Warden, asking him to convene a public meeting to dis[?]ss the question of unification for the ...

    Article : 35 words
  33. A FRENCHMAN COMMITS SUICIDE.

    A Frenchman of middle age, who, on engaging a bedroom at the Grand Central Hotel yesterday, gave the name of Laforret, committed suicide by shooting ...

    Article : 79 words
  34. FRACAS IN MOROCCO.

    A drunken affray bus occurred at Casablanca between Riff sharpshooters in the Spanish service and French Zouaves. Several shots were fired. ...

    Article : 79 words
  35. RAINS IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Company, Limited, is in receipt of the following telegram from Messrs. Golds-brough, Mort, and Co., of Sydney:— ...

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  36. CURRENCY LEGISLATION.

    The Finance Committee of the United States House of Representatives examined last month a bill submitted by Mr. E. H. Vreeland, one of the Republican ...

    Article : 84 words
  37. FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Mr. A. Y. Clark, a mining investor, was killed in a motor accident at Sunbury, to-day. The chauffeur, who was driving the ...

    Article : 42 words
  38. PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

    At the Presbyterian General Assembly yesterday, a limit relative to the empowering of home missionarles to celebrate the sacrament of baptism was ...

    Article : 285 words
  39. GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

    Inspector Harrison has put on two men to clear the Magnet track, ULVERSTONE, May 15. The nowa that Hon. H. A. Nichols has ...

    Article : 54 words
  40. CATTLE DRIVING.

    The poli[?] at Ballinasloe have surprised and [?]ured 120 people when in the act of cattle-driving. ...

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  41. A CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

    Margaret Robinson, a widow, died suddenly to-day at Sydenham, a suburb of Christchur[?]h. The police, in going to remove the body, found it lying in a ...

    Article : 91 words
  42. WRIGHT BROS. AEROPLANE.

    The "Daily Telegraph" states that Wright Bros, made a circular flight of seven miles in 7 minutes 40 seconds, in North Carolina, yesterday. ...

    Article : 74 words
  43. RABBIT DESTRUCTION.

    In order to obtain for publication information likely to be of assistance in dealing with the rabbit pest, the Victorian Department of Agriculture ...

    Article : 176 words
  44. GEMAL CABLES.

    The statement of amounts of the Van Diemen's Land Company shows a profit of £8,409. A dividend of 17s. 6d. has been declared, and £39 have been ...

    Article : 39 words
  45. YANKEE CUTENESS.

    The Lord Mayor to-day gave an instance of [?]ee aler[?] He received a cable message from Chicago a few days ago applying for the Town-hall for ...

    Article : 75 words
  46. THE RIVAL SULTANS.

    Baron Langworth has informed Mulai Hand's envoys, who have arrived at Berlin, that Germany is unable to negotiate with them, as Mulai Hafid has ...

    Article : 62 words
  47. THE SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL.

    Mr. S. H. Bowden, of Sydney in an interview with a representative of the London "Chronicle," has strongly supported the movement for the ...

    Article : 37 words
  48. EDUCATION LEGISLATION.

    The Unionists in the House of Commons have decided to support Land Balcarres's motion for the rejection of the Education Bill. ...

    Article : 28 words
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