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  2. CIVIC GRAFT CHARGES.

    The Central Police Court was crowded yesterday when the hearing was commenced before Mr. Gates. C S.M., of the prospcution of Silas Young Mallng, formerly deputy ...

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  3. DISABLED.

    The captain of the Union Company's steamer Waitomo has sent a wireless message that the vessel is disabled, the tallshaft having broken when about 400 miles north of Westport. The ...

    Article : 68 words
  4. COMMUNISTS.

    Revolution, civil wnr, the precipitation of claRS warfare, and opposition to the peaceful transformation of tho existing social and industrial codeB are still the aims of ...

    Article : 1,298 words
  5. COAL TRADE DEPRESSION.

    The Government is taking definite action with a view to solving the problem of coal trade depression. It regards a reduction in the price of coal as essential, but is ready to help with railway concessions, and to co-operate in other ...

    Article : 85 words
  6. POISONED.

    A fearful tragedy, which occurred last Thursday at a farm-house near Poochera, on the far west const, has Just beon revealed. The dead bodies of Mrs. Tanner and her three ...

    Article : 359 words
  7. LAWN TENNIS.

    The lawn tennis mntch betwocn Gcrmnnv and Australia was concluded to-day Germany won five matches and Australia two. while one match tens unfinished. ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. MIGRATION.

    "We cannot see how the heavy Industries can give a living to nil thoso at present at tached or who look to them for a livelihood in the next few years," decltre Mr Warren ...

    Article : 412 words
  9. COASTAL STEAMER.

    The coastal steamer Hall Caine was towed into Port Melbourne this evening by the Laranah, after having been rendered helpless in boisterous seas off Lakes Entrance. ...

    Article : 176 words
  10. PREMIER'S STATEMENT.

    The following statement was made yesterday by Mr. Bavin:- For some months pnst the Government has been giving close consideration to the ...

    Article : 964 words
  11. WOMEN'S TEAM.

    The correspondent of the Austialtun Press Association di Liege says Limt the Australian women were very successful in the Liege Royal Tennis Club's tounament. Miss Akhursi ...

    Article : 261 words
  12. BATTERY FOUND.

    John Hook (Jockey), S. Kolly (owner), and Reginald King (groom), were disqualified for life by the stipendiary stewards acting at the Richmond race meeting to-day, as a result ...

    Article : 378 words
  13. COALOWNERS' CASE.

    Mr. C. M. McDonald, chairman of the Northern Colllprles' Association, yesterday repiled to Statements regarding the price of. cool made recently by the Premier of South ...

    Article : 554 words
  14. CITY FIRE.

    Damage, estimated at about £20,000. was caused last night by a tiro which broke out In promises occupied by Norco Co-op., Ltd., 379 Sussex-street, and adjoining the Trades ...

    Article : 348 words
  15. ATLANTIC FLIGHT.

    Lieutenant Paris, the French avlntor, who started yesterday from Brest, on an official Transatlantic flight, hns arrived at the Azores in the first stage of the undertaking. ...

    Article : 144 words
  16. MATCH IN HOLLAND.

    Continuing at Noordwich their match against Holland, the Australians, Moon and Cummings, were defeated in the doubles by Timmer and Dicmerkoll, 7-6, 6-2, 6-2. ...

    Article : 31 words
  17. DAVIS CUP.

    Although United States defeated italy in the first two days' play or the Davis Cup interzone final, the third-day singles were played Haly secured its only win, this going to the ...

    Article : 59 words
  18. OLYMPIC TEAM.

    The special correspondent of tho Australian Press Association at Amsterdam says that the mamigttr of the Australian Olympic team (Mr. Les Duff) returned from Paris delighted with ...

    Article : 263 words
  19. DIRIGIBLE.

    Mr. Herbert Campbell, ihr Australian aviator, who is planning a Transatlantic night in a 715-feet dirigible, now secretly under construction at Highbury, England, arrived at ...

    Article : 212 words
  20. CONCEALED ON JOCKEY.

    A sensation was caused at Dungog races on Saturday. When the jockeys were ordered to mount tor the fourth race, one of the number. William Sullivan, who was to ride ...

    Article : 125 words
  21. BETTER SIDE WON.

    "We should like to have won the three test matches, but we are perfectly satisfied that on Saturday the better team won," said Mr. E. Osborne, Joint manager of the English ...

    Article : 221 words
  22. OFFERS OF CARGOES.

    The Premier (Mr. Butler) said to-day that he had received offers of several cargoes of coal from Hngland at very satisfactory ratos, Nothing further, howevor, could be done to ...

    Article : 93 words
  23. SAVAGE ASSAULT.

    A razor Is believed to have been used by a man who assaulted Jack Whalan, aged 46 years, In the corridor of a Newoastle hotel shortly before 6 o'clock on Saturday ...

    Article : 260 words
  24. THE KING'S CUP.

    Warwick, one of the competitors in the King's Cup air race around Britain, is missing. He failed to arrive at Renfrew on Friday night from Newcastle on the last stage ...

    Article : 187 words
  25. AMUNDSEN.

    A Stockholm message says:—It now appears certain that Captain Amundsen was lost In a vnln attempt to fescue Count Noblle's crew. Sweden has completely withdrawn from the ...

    Article : 215 words
  26. DANGER TO LIFE.

    After Inquiring Into four deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning-a poison contained in household coal gas-the City Coroner (Mr. May) yesterday commented upon tho danger ...

    Article : 411 words
  27. CANON GARJNSEY.

    The Sydney Unlvorslty ChrlBtlan Union has not allied itsolf with either of the parties now actively engaged In the prohibition campaign. In purBunnce of its policy of ...

    Article : 431 words
  28. THE R100.

    Two hundred people have applied for berths, "some offering £1000 for the first United States to Britain flight of the R100. No passengers will be carried on the first flight from England ...

    Article : 51 words
  29. TEETH DECAY.

    "The condition of our children's teeth is deplorable. Examination by dentists and doctors at the Public schools In the country areas reveals that 87 per cent, of the ...

    Article : 316 words
  30. CITY OF YOKOHAMA.

    The Bucknall liner Katuna. Captain S. D. Guela, arrived fiom Enst Africa this morning, and left this ovcniug to aid the disabled steamer City of Yokohama, which Is adrift in ...

    Article : 98 words
  31. EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS.

    The British United Press reports that the Popo has appointed Monslgnor Caccindo-donilnlous Master of the Pnpnl Household, to be the bearer of the gobion chalice which the ...

    Article : 122 words
  32. ARBITRATION ACT.

    Though the Federal Ministry is concerned at the congestion in tho Commonwealth Arbitration Court, it is unlikely that any action will be taken at present to appoint additional ...

    Article : 204 words
  33. CANCER CAMPAIGN.

    A Proposai made at Havana (Cuba) tor the voluntary legal Inoculation of condemned convlcts with cancer germs for study purposes, has been approved by the nonrd of National ...

    Article : 96 words
  34. SEARCH FOR MAN.

    During the week-end tho search tor Victor Wilson, an employee of the Tweed River Cooperative Butchering Company, who has been missing since last Tuesday, was continued. ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. WORLD's WHEAT.

    There are Indications that the spring wheat crop in north-west America will excced anticipations. A record crop of 500,000,000 bushels is expected lu western Cannda. ...

    Article : 67 words
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