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  2. MILKING COWS.

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  3. VERY LATEST CABLES.

    Lord Kitchener was accorded an enthusi astic reception on his landing at Southampton from his round the world tour.In reply to an interviewer, he said that Austalia and New ...

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  4. DUNGOG ANNUAL SHOW.

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  5. LATE NEWS BY WIRE.

    John MeCarthy, a young man. was found dead on. the. roadway near Orange. He had apparently fallen from his waggon, the while of which bad passed over his head, crushing it in a fearful ...

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  6. FLYING OVER ENGLAND.

    M. Pautham started from London to Munches-ter direct at 5.20, in the presence of 6000 people, who cheered him as he started.He passed Walford at 5.48 flying steadily but fast at an ...

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  7. ATE NEWS BY CABLE.

    [?]leader of the Opposition in the [?] adderess at a meeting for the primer held in the Albert Liall last night behaves in social and fiscal reform ...

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  8. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.

    John Writon Black (21), accountant was charged at.the Sydney Police Court with steal-ing .£90 from his employers, Tiedmann and Co., of Fremantle West Australia. It was stated ...

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  9. THE LOSS OF THE SATARA.

    The Marine Court opened an inquiry into loss of the steamer Satara. It appeared that Captain Binstead, a Torres Strait's Pilot, was navigating the vessel at the time of the disaster ...

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  10. FAMOUS NORWEGIAN; DEAD.

    The death is announced at the age of 78 of Bjornstjerne Bjornson,the defebrated Norwegian poet, dramatist, and nov [?]. The Norwegian Stor-thing (Houses of Legislature) has accorded ...

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  11. KITCHENER'S NEW COMMAND

    Kindener's larrval is the these of leading articles. Tunes" reform to Lord Kitchener's duties in the Mediterranean. "It is ...

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  12. KING EDWARD IN ENGLAND.

    King Edward. looking remarkably well after his stay at Biarritz, France, has returned to London. He was met at Victoria Street Station by the prince of Wales, ...

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  13. THE HARBISON WILL CASE.

    The Victorian Chief Justice delivered his reserved judgment in the Harbison will case. William Harbison, grazier, of Phillip Island, died on November 11 last, aged 81 years. He left real ...

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  14. THIRD HAGUE CONFERENCE.

    Baron d'Estournelles de constant, the famous French publicist, who was at the head of deputation to Mr. Roosevelt (ex-president of the United states of America) ...

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  15. TRIAL OF DR. HYDE.

    Later evidence ha been taken at the Dr. llennett Clarke Hyde, at Kan [S.A.]. on a charge of murdering of strychnine capsules colonel ...

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  16. THRIFT. AND CREDIT BANKS.

    Lord Shaitesbury's Thrift and credit Banks Bill has been referred to a select committee It provides for a central institution to finance rural ...

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  17. THE BRITISH BUDGET.

    The Budget was taken through committee in the House of Commons on Tuesday. The discussion chiefly related to the Clause making it clear that there is to be ...

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  18. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Owing to the bill introduced by General Hertzog, Minster of Education, British teachers in orangia are seeking situations in Rhodesia. British teachers in Orangia who formerly numbered ...

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  19. IRISH BLIGHT IN THE HUNTER DISTRICT

    Though it was freely reported that the farmers at Louth Park had suffered loss through the infection of their potato crops with the Irish blight, which has spread destruction throughout the ...

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  20. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Thilomed captured off Jask. a fort Fersian province of Kerman, near [?] of the Arabian Sea, 2000 rifles [?] curter of a million cartridges. ...

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  21. AERIAL FLIGHTS OVER ENGLAND.

    M. Pauiham is a Helden and Mr. G. White at Wormwood Scrubs, preparing for their lights between Manchester and London. ...

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  22. HOBART CATHEDRAL, WINDOW.

    Messrs. Burlison and Gryils have completed the cast window in Hobart Cathedral. which will be shipped in a few weeks. FOOTBALLERS FOR AUSTRALIA. ...

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  23. BLTHWAYT, LETTERS.

    [?]Correspondence of Willianr Blathwayt world at auction by Sotheby's for including Penrs draft of the per[?] great. ...

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  24. IRISH FUSILIER'S CRIME.

    Private Jumes Coghian. of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, has been placed on his trial on a charge the dining-room of the regiment at Firozpur, in the Punjab, and shooting ...

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  25. OBITURY.

    death is announced of Mr. Edward cooper, nevest. ...

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  26. NEW JAPANESE TARIFF.

    The new Japanese tariff increases duties on provision for foreign residents 40 to 60 per. cent. ...

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  27. CRAMMING ON RACE COURSES.

    [?] of New york passed Government Bill prohibiting race course [?], but it rejected a a resolution pro to investigate Stock Exchange ...

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  28. SCARCITY OF COTTON SEED.

    Owing to the demand for cotton the havce caused by the frost, cotton seed lit the oil mills previously selling at per ten, is quoted at from .£20 to 30 per ton. ...

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    Several members of the Doakln-Cook ad—ministration met in Cabinet yesterday for about three- quarters of an hour. Mr. Deakin, when seen afterwards, said swilling ...

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  30. NREST IN GHANGSHA.

    people of changsha, in the province Southern China, are there diaercted. The official are unable desert control. ...

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  31. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.

    The paris correspondent of the "Times" estimates that 4,000,000 votes were cast for Radical, 1,750,000 for Conservatives, 1,250,000 for the Republican Left 1,250,000 for the Collectivist ...

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  32. UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY.

    The Washington correspondent of the "Times" states thai the acceptances of a Judge ship by Mr. Hughes (Governor of New York) will make Mr. Roosevelt (ex-President ...

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  33. RALLEY'S COMET.

    comet was visible to the marked Gerneva (Switzerland) for 55 miner The tail was not seen. ...

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  34. SCOTTISH LIBERALS.

    Scottish Liberal members of the House different are forming a national group to improvement of the Scottish Aaministment and advance Scottish reforms. ...

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  35. ANTI-TARIFF REFORM.

    Mr. J. Ramsay MeDenald, M.P, Chairman of the Independent Labour party, lends a party of 80 trade unions on a tour thought Germany to study the questions of wages and ...

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  36. THE WEATHER.

    The weather information received at 9 a.m. today at the Maitland Telegraph Station reported fine at all stations. ...

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  37. TO PUT DOWN STRIKES.

    Imtepreme Court of new young state has held a stringent injunction against pickets. injunction forbide to stand in the war the seen of a strike while wearing ...

    Article : 41 words
  38. THE FORECAST.

    New South Wales: Generally fine, with variable winds, and cold foggy or frosty nights. A change for unsettled and thundery weather appronching the Western districts, with squally north-west to ...

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  39. IMPRISONED IN ICE.

    Robert Gibson, a Hull fishenman .was' brought buck to Eull recently altar terrible Journey experience in Iceland. Gibson was one of the survivor of the ...

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  40. LUHE[?] ACTION ABANDONED.

    Mr. J. Foster Fraser's action for libel against Mr. J. Ramsay McDonald, M.P.. for a statement made at an election meeting, has been abandoned, Mr. McDonald having with dawn the ...

    Article : 37 words
  41. ALBANIAN RISING.

    [?] pashn, who is commanding the yark droop in Albania, has expelled the 'Albamian [?] from the Tzernolivea pass, killing Alnces from Salenica stute that 1000 ...

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  43. REMARKABLE SURGICAL FEAT.

    A delicate operation .was porformed at the London Hospital late one Saturday night, on a man named Charles Butler, wound from a ...

    Article : 335 words
  44. GERMANY .AND AUSTRIA.

    Mr. Reginald M Kenna, First Lord of the Admiralty , in reply to a question in the House of comnons, said that the Government hud no under information that Germany had agreed. ...

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  45. STALER REPORTED WEECKED.

    A comfermed report from Newfoundland bat the Aurore, a sealer of 580 tons by C.T, Bowring and .Limited, of John's New Brunswick, has been wrecked ...

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  46. NATAL MILITARY SERVICE.

    Mr. W.A. Dene, Minister of Defence in Natal, South Africa, advacentes commusory milltary services. ...

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  47. MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS.

    Malley(Attorney-General for New York)has drafted a bill to licenes traties in coal, and ice and to appoint a commishas middlemen's profits. ...

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  48. Advertising

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  49. KING AND M. ISVOLSKY.

    [?], Russian Minister for Foreign dined with king Edward before his deme[?] from Biarritz for London. ...

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  50. GANDIAN FINANCE MINISTER.

    [?]Liberal Senators and members of the gand[?] House of Commons presented Mr.W. friding, Minister of Finance, with a purse evening a chque for 224,000 in recognition ...

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  51. APPLE AND PEAR SHIPMENTS.

    Empments of apple by the orestes and ear carried excellently. The quality was hat many of the Tasmanian were pit price were firm. Victorian and south ...

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  52. WOOL SALES.

    London wool sales Thomas and Co.. Bux[?] Bon[?] and Co, and chas. Balm and Co[?] 9590 bales. There was a good aver[?] selection, including 6803 bales from New ...

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