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  2. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    His Honor Judge Backhouse has agreed to act as a Royal Commission to inquire into the suspension by the Speaker of Mr. Robinson, the chief of "Hansard" ...

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  3. CABLEGRAMS.

    It was announced last October, shortly after Mr. Winston Churchill was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty, that he proposed to create an Admiralty war staff. ...

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  5. E. F. WADDY OUT OF DANGER.

    The international cricketer, the Rev. E. F. Waddy, who met with a serious accident through his motor cycle coming into collision with a motor car, is now out ...

    Article : 59 words
  6. BILLIARD MARKERS' WAGES BOARD.

    The Billiard Markers' Wages Board this morning established a record. No evidence was called in order to induce the board to give approval to the agreement ...

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  7. ASLEEP FOR THIRTY-SIX HOURS.

    Some of the contestants in the six days' cycle match, which concluded on Saturday, when they went to bed, slept continuously for 36 hours. ...

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  8. BURGLARS IN BOARDING HOUSE.

    Burglars last night entered a boarding house at Pott's Point, kept by Miss O'Brien, and carried off goods to the Value of £30. ...

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  9. MR. CHURCHILL'S PLAN EXPLAINED.

    Mr. Churchill, in a memorandum, explains the necessity for the First Lord of the Admiralty possessing a war staff like a general in the field. He proposes to ...

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  10. SEA CAREER FOR AUSTRALIAN BOYS.

    It is intimated that the Mersey White Star training ship will accept Australian boys as cadets for a sea career. ...

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  11. BIG FIRE AT MONA VALE.

    A disastrous conflagration, the resulting damage of which is estimated at £30,000 early this morning destroyed Brock's Mansions at Mona Vale, 20 miles from ...

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  12. APPOINTMENTS TO EAST INDIES STATIONS.

    Admiral Bethel has been appointed to the command of the East Indies station. Captain Alexander Duff, at present director of mobilisation, joins' the war staff ...

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  13. HUGE FLOATING DOCK LAUNCHED.

    A huge floating Dreadnought dock was launched on Saturday from the yards of Messrs. Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd. ...

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  14. CRUISERS IN COLLISION.

    A strong tide at Portsmouth drove the cruiser Revenge against the battleship Orion's port quarter. The Orion was apparently not damaged, but the Revenge ...

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  15. SEVERITY OF RUSSIAN-RULE.

    Mr. Mornerd has been appointed provisional Treasurer-General of Persia, with a commission of four Persians to assist him in the office. ...

    Article : 79 words
  16. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Mr. G. S Milne, the newly-appointed engineer to the Baulkham Hills Shire (formerly of Culcairn); was welcomed by the councillors at their last meeting, prior ...

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  17. AUCTIONS TO COME

    By Mathieson and Davis.—To-day, at the Albury Sale Yards, instructed by the Superintendent of Police, four horses. Details are advertisel in this issue. ...

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  18. GERMAN GOVERNMENT AND SOCIALISTS.

    The North German Gazette publishes an official manifesto, in which it states that the Government seeks to exclude Socialism from the next Reichstag, so as ...

    Article : 73 words
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  20. ACCOMMODATION AT ALBURY POST OFFICE.

    In conection with complaints regarding the accommodation at the Albury Post Office. Mr. J. Oxenham, Secretary to the Central Postal Administration, states that ...

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