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  2. DEATH OF MRS. J. C. ELLIS.

    Alderman W. J. Ellis, of Newcastle, yesterday received a cable message announcing the death of his mother, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, wife of Mr. J. C. Ellis, ...

    Article : 743 words
  3. IRON TRADES DISPUTE.

    The Arbitration Court delivered judgment to-day in the matter of the Iron Trades award, in which the Clyde Engineering Company had made an ...

    Article : 1,080 words
  4. LORDS AND COMMONS.

    The difficulties which have arisen between the Houses of Lords and Commons were made the subject of addresses by members of the ...

    Article : 267 words
  5. ELECTRICITY IN MINES.

    A serious difficulty has arisen between the management and the employees of Hebburn Colliery, and so far as negotiations were concerned yesterday, it would ...

    Article : 1,172 words
  6. KAHIBAH ELECTORATE.

    Mr. A. Edden, who is again a candidate for the Kahibah seat, addressed a meeting of the electors in the Carrington Hall Adamstown, last night. The ...

    Article : 2,379 words
  7. THE TRANSVAAL.

    General Botha, the Premier of the Transvaal, has delivered a political speech at Standerton, appealing for brotherhood and concord between the ...

    Article : 63 words
  8. MOORISH FIGHTING.

    Moors attacked and burnt four houses at Casablanca. The French warship Philibert fired thirty melinite shells, and destroyed a ...

    Article : 60 words
  9. UNITED STATES FLEET.

    It was officially announced, after a conference between President Roosevelt and the United States Navy Department, that 16 battleships will start ...

    Article : 59 words
  10. NEWCASTLE ELECTORATE.

    Mr. Gilbert addressed a large meeting from the balcony of the Locomotive Hotel, Hunter-street West, last night. Mr. J. Mottram occupied the chair. Mr. ...

    Article : 166 words
  11. IN MEMORY OF FONTENOY.

    The Lord Mayor of Dublin has unveiled a Celtic cross at Fontenoy, in Belgium, to commemorate the gallantry of the Irish Brigade in 1745. ...

    Article : 64 words
  12. SOCIALIST CONGRESS.

    The Socialist Congress at Stuttgart, with a view of showing a united front, has accepted, without discussion, a resolution on militarism, combining the ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. RAILWAY COLLISION.

    The express train from Bordeaux, to Paris collided with a goods train engine near the town of Coutras, 32 miles to the north-east of Bordeaux, at 11 ...

    Article : 48 words
  14. Mr. L. P. VIAL.

    Mr. L. P. Vial addressed a large meeting from the balcony of the Brighton Hotel, Scott-street, last night. Mr. M. A. Fraser presided. The candidate said that his ...

    Article : 243 words
  15. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Monday.—Nottinghamshire, which has won the cricket county championship, finished the season undefeated. ...

    Article : 62 words
  16. IMPERIAL LEGISLATION.

    The House of Lords has passed the English Land Bill. It has also accepted the rejection by the House of Commons of the ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. LABOUR DIFFICULTIES.

    Twelve hundred drivers employed in the wholesale meat trade in New York have struck work. The strike of American telegraph ...

    Article : 48 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON.

    LONDON, Monday.—The cruisors Pioneer and Psycho have been re-commissioned for service on the Australian Station, and will leave ...

    Article : 27 words
  19. ALLEGED DEFAMATION.

    In the Banco Court to-day, before Sir Fredrick Darley, the Chief Justice, and a jury of four, George William Williamson sued Edward Lloyd and Louisa Lloyd, ...

    Article : 1,112 words
  20. POLITICAL EXILES.

    LONDON, Monday.—Thirty-eight thousand men and women have been banished from Warsaw, Poland, to Siberia, as political offenders during the ...

    Article : 26 words
  21. WICKHAM ELECTORATE.

    Mr. J. L. Fegan gave an address last night in the school of arts, Carrington, the Mayor, Alderman M'Gregor, occupying the chair. There was a good attendance. Mr. ...

    Article : 179 words
  22. THE COLONIAL OFFICE.

    LONDON, Monday.—Lord Elgin, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, explains in regard to the changes in the administration in the Colonial Office, ...

    Article : 50 words
  23. WARATAH ELECTORATE.

    Mr. J. Estell, Labour candidate for Waratah, addressed the electors from the balcony of Lewis' hotel, Plattsburg, last night. Alderman O. G. Steel, the Mayor ...

    Article : 2,292 words
  24. NEW YORK DIVORCE LAW.

    LONDON, Monday.—The "Daily Telegraph" reports that pulpit eulogies were delivered throughout the State of Now York yesterday on the new ...

    Article : 50 words
  25. THE P. AND O. COMPANY.

    LONDON, Monday.—The P. and O Company has given orders for the construction of three steamers of the Moldavia class, and an express steamer. ...

    Article : 39 words
  26. VICTORIA.

    A very hot discussion ensued to-day at the election of the Mayor of Collingwood. A deputation of clergymen complained that Councillor Evans had not been ...

    Article : 418 words
  27. IMPERIAL DEFENCE.

    LONDON, Monday.—Captain Charles Langdale Ottley, R.N., Director of Naval Intelligence, has been appointed secretary to the Committee of Imperial ...

    Article : 23 words
  28. MR. W. C. GRAHAME.

    Mr. W. C. Grahame spoke from the balcony of Cameron's Hotel, Hunter street West, last evening, and dwelt upon the various planks of the Labour ...

    Article : 184 words
  29. ITALY AND AUSTRIA.

    LONDON, Monday.—M. Tittoni, the Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, has had a cordial interview with the Emperor of Austria at Ischl. ...

    Article : 23 words
  30. SYDNEY COURTS.—TO-DAY'S LIST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  31. QUEENSLAND.

    Mr. A. Deakin, the Prime Minister, arrived at Townsville to-day, and left again for Kuranda, via Cairns. The Prime Minister said there was a general ...

    Article : 183 words
  32. MISHAP AT DUCKENFIELD.

    Some excitement was caused at Minmi between 9 and 10 o'clock yesterday morning, when it became known that an explosion had occurred in the Duckenfield ...

    Article : 178 words
  33. TRANSFER OF VOTES.

    In reply to an inquiry, it may be explained that section 31 of the State Electoral Act states that "claims and applications to transfer received before the ...

    Article : 166 words
  34. BEACH BATHING.

    Referring to the new ordinances dealing with beach bathing, Inspector Lloyd reported at the meeting of the Newcastle Council last night that if the council ...

    Article : 112 words
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