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  2. CATHOLIC VOTE.

    The Premier (Mr. Holman) was denounced by Father O'Reilly, of Bathurst, the champion of the Catholic Federation, at a meeting in the Cootamundra Catholic Church ...

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  3. THE EMBARGO.

    "The smallpox [?]uarantine will in all probability be lifted in the course of a day or so—this week at any rate," announced the Prime Minister yesterday. ...

    Article : 255 words
  4. THE STRIKE.

    The Manuka, of the Union Line, was still hung up in Sydney on Sunday. It was intended she should sail at noon on Saturday, but the crew left her, after having ...

    Article : 484 words
  5. FREAK ATTIRE.

    Reference was made by the Lord Mayo[?] (Alderman Cocks) on Friday to a statement that the legislative committee of the Melbourne City Council was considering the ...

    Article : 218 words
  6. HOME RULE.

    Mr. Bonar Law, Leader of the Opposition, in addressing a Unionist demonstration at Birmingham last night, alluded to the fact that Mr. J. E. Redmond, the Nationalist leader, ...

    Article : 179 words
  7. CYCLONES.

    A cyclonic storm passed over the district yesterday afternoon, doing considerable damage. The Church of England at Brushgrove was completely demolished. The Methodist ...

    Article : 91 words
  8. MEXICO.

    Friction is apparent between the United States and British Ministers in Mexico city. Sir Lionel Carden requested the despates of British warships to Mexican waters, ...

    Article : 158 words
  9. INDIAN STRIKE.

    The coolies employed on the estate of Messrs. Harrison, 10 miles north of the city, began to destroy property, and the native police arrested the ringleaders, but a large ...

    Article : 46 words
  10. FOAL BLOWN OVER FENCE.

    A terrific cyclone occurred on Friday, doing an immense amount of damage to numerous dwellings and outbuildings. At Dr. Wrigley's farm, at Furracabad, a barn 4[?] feet by 20 was ...

    Article : 166 words
  11. LORD GLADSTONE'S PROTEST.

    Lord G[?]adstone, Governor-General of South Africa, in a despatch, explains that the conversion of the mine compounds into gaol outstations was essential owing to the numbers ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. NO COMPROMISE.

    Sir Edward Carson, the Leader of the Irish Unionists, speaking at the demonstration at Birmingham, [?]eclared that he would "go straight ahead, and never take the slightest ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. UNITED STATES MILITARY MOVE.

    The United States is strengthening its military forces along the Mexican border. ...

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  14. TRANSPARENT SKIRTS.

    Mr. Manifold, speaking in the Victorian Legislative Assembly on Thursday, said it was time a bill was introduced to protect men. It had been done in America by forbidding the ...

    Article : 98 words
  15. BISHOPTHORPE.

    Shortly after 4 p.m. yesterday a fire broke out at Bishopthorpe, which has for some time been occupted by Mr. F. Campbell, formerly of Duntroon. It is supposed that a ...

    Article : 186 words
  16. FLIGHT OF MADERO BROTHERS.

    The brothers of the late President Madero, after being released on bail under orders fssued by General Huerta, took refuge aboard an American warship. ...

    Article : 44 words
  17. HERDED IN LIVE WIRE ENCLOSURES.

    The Durban correspondent of the "Dally Mail" states that the colliery owners are keeping their Indian workers within barbed wire [?]ciosures, and the wires are connected with ...

    Article : 54 words
  18. ARMING THE OTHER SIDE.

    The Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Gaelic League are forming rifle corps to cooperate with the citizen army, and recruiting is actively proceeding in Munster, Leinster, ...

    Article : 38 words
  19. TRAIN-WRECKING EXPLOIT.

    The Constitutionalists claim to have de[?] stroyed two trains, conveying 1000 Federal troops to Juarez, in the north. ...

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  20. TERRIFIC RAIN.

    A severe cyclone passed over Brushgrove and district last evening. The Church of England was blown down, and smashed to pieces. The Methodist Church was bodily lifted off ...

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  21. STOLEN NECKLACE.

    The hearing of the case was resumed today, in which Joseph Grizgard, Simon Silverman, Leissir Gutwirth, and John Lockett, are charged with being concerned in the ...

    Article : 157 words
  22. CONTRACTS NOT BINDING.

    Mr. R. Laughton, K.C., has expressed the opinion that the indentured Indian workers in South Africa are neither obliged to leave Natal not to pay the pol[?] tax, because their ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. AN EXPLOSION.

    On Saturday, at half-past 1 a.m., a gelignite magazine exploded in the deep quarry of S. Speare's brickworks in May-street, St. Peters. The noise was thundereus. About ...

    Article : 75 words
  24. TRADES UNIONISM.

    Larkin, the Dublin strike leader, has issued a manifesto in which he invites the English trades unionists to compel their leaders to terminate the warfare in Dublin. ...

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  25. MR. LLOYD GEORGE.

    On arriving at the gate to attend the Oxford Union debate last night, Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, was subjected to a shower of turnips, and mangold wurzels. ...

    Article : 127 words
  26. BURGLARS.

    An attempted safe robbery occurred at a bank 50 yards from the police station. The lock on the strongroom door was one of Chubb's. It had scarcely been damaged by ...

    Article : 192 words
  27. EARTHQUAKE.

    On november 11, at 8.28 a.m., another carthquake shock was experienced, equally violent, but not as lengthy, as the 14th ultimo. It was, perhaps, not quite so severe in ...

    Article : 209 words
  28. STORM AT ULMARRA.

    A violent storm passed over the district late on Friday afternoon, accompanied by a fierce wind. Very little damage was done at Ulmarra, where over an inch of rain fell, ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

    Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in replying to a deputation of women's suffragists at Oxford yesterday, said he refused to wrock the Government' ...

    Article : 111 words
  30. VESSELS UNLOADING.

    More men returned to work yesterday, and work at the water-front continued brisk. The Marama, fully loaded, sailed for Vancouver without incident. Numerous other vessels ...

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  31. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    As the Viceroy, Lord Hardinge, will shortly be visiting Calcutta, detectives have been seeking for a well-known anarchist named Seoshankar, who is not a Bengali. ...

    Article : 236 words
  32. ISLAND MURDERS.

    Captain Charvin, of the Messageries Maritimes Company's steamer Pacifique, which arrived from New Hebrides and Noumea on Friday, brings further news of the atrocious ...

    Article : 261 words
  33. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 283 words
  34. FOR CEYLON.

    The Rev. E. F. Waddy has completed his team which will tour Ceylon from December 31 to January 24. The vacancies created by the retirement of Warren Bardsley and E. L. ...

    Article : 338 words
  35. MORE INCENDIARISM.

    A fire caused by suffragists destroyed timber worth several thousand pounds in Messrs. Basson and Richards's yard at Oxford. During the progress of the fire the mob ...

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  36. Famine Continues.

    The discharging and loading of ships has proceeded uninterruptedly at Wellington and Dunedin. Carters at Christehurch have decided to ...

    Article : 107 words
  37. YACHTING.

    Mr. W. Moffitt Marks, the well-known yachting enthusiast, returned yesterday by the Makura from a trip to New Zealand. He said that about five weeks ago he lef[?] ...

    Article : 469 words
  38. SOCIAL PROBLEMS.

    Referring to the matter of Labour unrest during his speech at Birmingham last night, Mr. Bonar Law, the Leader of the Opposition, said that the real problem for our ...

    Article : 138 words
  39. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  40. SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS.

    At the Nationalist Congress yesterday Mr. Henry Burton, Minister for Railways and Harbours, entered a powerful defence of General Botha in regard to the Hertzog incident, ...

    Article : 92 words
  41. SHOT ASLEEP.

    A domestic tragedy took place at Hornsby in the early hours of Sunday morning, and in consequence Edward William Harris, 50, who resided at Osborne-street, Hornsby, has ...

    Article : 287 words
  42. ANOTHER MURDER.

    The schooner Ste. Anne, owned by Mr. Devanebez, mele planter, recurned to Vila on October 28, with nine recruits, after an abseuce of 21 days. She reported that the ...

    Article : 81 words
  43. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET.

    The M.C.C. team defeated Cape Province at Port Elizabeth by an innings and 167 runs. The English team scored 385, J. B. Hobbs contributing 170. ...

    Article : 52 words
  44. DEAR STOUT.

    An examining officer of the Customs, David Stewart, was charged in the City Court yesterday with being unlawfully concerned in interfering with one bottle of stout, subject to the ...

    Article : 256 words
  45. TO-DAY.

    Dinner by New South Wales Club to Sir George Reid. St. George Electorate: Mr. W. H. Wood, corner Queen Victoria and Wo[?]seley streets, West Kogarah, 8. ...

    Article : 255 words
  46. STRENUOUS FOOTBALL.

    According to statistics in regard to the American game of football, 14 players have been killed during the season just ended, and 183 injured. ...

    Article : 35 words
  47. MONROE DOCTRINE.

    The Pan-American Congress opened at the Clarke University yesterday, and discussed the Monroe Doctrine. Mr. Charles H. Sherill, ex-Minister to ...

    Article : 164 words
  48. NEW ZEALANDERS' TOUR.

    The New Zealand footballers defeated Victoria by 35 points to nil. Shortly before the final whistle Ogden, the Victorian full-back, was carried off the field ...

    Article : 168 words
  49. MOTOR CAR SMASH.

    A motor-car smash, fortunately unattended with fatal results, occurred at Gladesville yesterday afternoon. A car driven and owned by Mr. Robert ...

    Article : 148 words
  50. BITTEN BY A SHARK.

    While bathing at Sandgate jetty, Henry Boucher, aged 12 years, was bitten by a shark on the left leg and hand in a shocking manner. ...

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  51. STATE LOAN.

    Mr. Cann, State Treasurer, who returned from Broken Hill on Saturday, was very satisfied with the terms on which the Treasury Bills had been placed. "The British ...

    Article : 105 words
  52. SMALLPOX.

    The smallpox outhreak took the most hope ful turn that has occurred since the first days, during the week-end. No cases were discovered during Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. ...

    Article : 51 words
  53. MOTOR CAR ON FIRE.

    A 40 horse-power motor car, owned by Mr. Whitby, for hire, was destroyed by fire this morning. Mr. Whit[?]t had gone to Warroo Station to bring shearers in. When about 10 ...

    Article : 64 words
  54. RADIUM AND CARNOTITE ORE.

    After experimenting for five years Professor Rudolf Sommer, a German, has extracted three-quarters of a gramme of radium, worth £20,000, from carnotite ore[?] ...

    Article : 33 words
  55. HARVARD V. YALE RUGBY.

    The Harvard Rugby Football Team defcated Yale by 15 points to 5[?] ...

    Article : 26 words
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