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  2. THE DUEL.

    Mr. Holman's Gundagai speech drew further remarks from the Rev. M. J. O'Reilly to-night. He said: "The Premier wanted to know why I stood up to him in his own electorate. I told ...

    Article : 977 words
  3. THE STRIKE.

    The position at the Sydney wharfs contin[?] serious, and no fewer than eight steamers are practically idle. Six of these belong to the Union Company, and two to Huddart, Parker. ...

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  4. MISSING WOMAN.

    Since Nobember 5 Miss Mona West, 21, of Goulburn, has not been heard of. She was staying with her uncle, Dr. A. Acland O'Hara, at 62 Bayswater-road, Darlinghurst. ...

    Article : 199 words
  5. RUSSIAN METHODS.

    A protest against the torture of political prisoners in Russia is being published throughout Europe. Among those who have signed the protest ...

    Article : 204 words
  6. CITY FREE.

    The Federal Executive Council to-day revoked the proclamation declaring Sydney to be a quarantine area. This afternoon a special gazette was issued, ...

    Article : 395 words
  7. DUBLIN STRIKE.

    Larkin, the Dublin strike leader, in a speech at Sheffield yesterday, stated that he had never asked the union leaders to declare a central strike, but he emphasised that no ...

    Article : 121 words
  8. INDIAN STRIKE.

    A detachment of police went to Hawksworth Estate yesterday to collect the cane knives from the Indians, but the latter refused to give them up, and attacked the police with ...

    Article : 255 words
  9. MAUNGANUI DELAYED.

    An unexpected hitch occurred this evening in connection with the sailing of the Maungan[?] for Lyttelton. Early in the evening the firemen came ashore, called out by the union. A ...

    Article : 64 words
  10. RAILWAY PRECAUTIONS.

    The report of Major J. W. Pringle, Inspecting Officer of Railways to the Board of Trade, on the recent railway collision at Aisgill, states that the disaster was due to the neglect ...

    Article : 195 words
  11. CITY LOAN.

    The matter of the erection of another garbage destructor at Moore Park was yesterday considered by the finance committee of the City Council, which was asked to provide the ...

    Article : 185 words
  12. ALMOST NORMAL.

    Conditions in Auckland are almost normal. Trams are running the full service. The hotels will reopen to-morrow during restricted hours. A small sectional strike ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. HOME RULE.

    The Unionist newspapers comment on the fact that Mr. Austen Chamberlain (Unionist) is accompanying Mr. Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, aboard the ...

    Article : 63 words
  14. THE LATEST REPORT.

    In all 1200 Indians resumed work on the Natal sugar estates this morning. Everything is quiet at Pletermaritzburg, but the feeling of uneasiness in regard to the ...

    Article : 39 words
  15. IN THE DEPTHS.

    "Nobody seemed to care." In the dim light of the guttering candle the horror of the [?]thy attic in which the dying girl lay seemed like an evil dream ...

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  16. UNION GOVERNMENT ATTITUDE.

    Renter's Agency states that official circles regard General Botha's statement as a sound and fair exposition of the case. The situation is recognised to be full of difficulties, but ...

    Article : 196 words
  17. NO CABINET DISSENSION.

    Mr. A. Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, in a speech at Bristol last night, denied the reports of dissensions in the Cabinet. They were not so pedantic as to swear by every ...

    Article : 60 words
  18. THE TERRITORIALS.

    The report of the Council of the Territorial Associations refers to the lack of public spirit, inadequate remuneration, and difficulty in regard to the training period, as the main ...

    Article : 127 words
  19. FIVE FRESH CASES.

    Five fresh cases of smallpox were discovered yesterday. Three of these were females from the same street in Balmain. The other two were males, and came from Bankstown and ...

    Article : 96 words
  20. "IRISH VOLUNTEERS."

    Turbulent scenes were witnessed at a meeting in Dublin last night to establish an Irish volunteer corps. A number of Larkinltes interrupted the meeting, and students created ...

    Article : 63 words
  21. RURAL WORKERS.

    Mr. Justice Higgins has decided not to convene a compulsory conference between rural workers and employers. On October l8 an application was made to the President of the ...

    Article : 280 words
  22. SYNOD RESOLUTIONS.

    The Primate of Ireland has received the resolution passed by the Anglican Synod in Sydney in regard to Home Rule. The resolutions referred to were carried at ...

    Article : 182 words
  23. NEW ZEALAND PASSENGERS.

    For the present New Zealand passengers will require to conform to the old regulations, and produco certificates of successful vaccinations, or three unsuccessful vaccinations at ...

    Article : 44 words
  24. EXCITEMENT IN INDIA.

    A statement has been published here that Indians have been sjamboked on the Balleng[?]h mine, in Natal, after stoning the manager. ...

    Article : 84 words
  25. MOTOR CAR CASES.

    Ralph M[?]burn, Walter, John Kemsley, E[?] ward William Idle, and Bruce Anthony Cuthbertson appeared on remand in Bow-street Police Court to-day on an allegation that they ...

    Article : 171 words
  26. WHARF LABOURERS.

    The wharf-labourers, at a meeting last night, decided not to depart from the attitude they have taken up. This means that none of the Union boats will be handled. The ...

    Article : 296 words
  27. WATER FAMINE.

    Householders in the higher parts of the northern suburbs are again experiencing a water famine. A mere trickle issues from the pipes In some localities, many houses ...

    Article : 482 words
  28. MINISTERS AND VICEROY.

    Mr. Hamar Greenwood, M.P., in a speech at the West Indian Club last night, commented on the memorandum of Lord Hardinge to Lord Crawe, Secretary of State for India; in regard ...

    Article : 97 words
  29. MEXICAN TURMOLL.

    The Federals, near Juarez, after heavy fighting, have retreated. Many fell into the hands of the Constitutionalists, who executed them mercilessly. ...

    Article : 100 words
  30. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Sir Robert Ball, Director of Astronomy and Geometry, Cambridge University, and ex-president of the Astronomical Society. ...

    Article : 26 words
  31. FORMING CAMPS.

    The farmers' trouble with the R.W.U. still continues. Seventeen men ceased work at Mr. Campbell's, Uranquinty, on Monday. Mr. Campbell has since signified his willingness to ...

    Article : 78 words
  32. TALLOW.

    At to-day's tallow sales 1414 casks were offered and 1288 sold. Prices:—Mutton, fine 37/3, medium 34/9; beef, fine 35/9, medium 34/3. ...

    Article : 29 words
  33. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 253 words
  34. IN THE SOLOMONS.

    Mr. and Mrs. A. Hedley Abbott, who have been for the past ten years engaged in the South Sea Evange[?]cal Mission, returned from the British Solomon Islands last week. ...

    Article : 337 words
  35. AMERICAN SOCIETY WEDDING.

    Miss Jessie Wilson and Mr. Francis Sayre were married at the White House yesterday, the ceremony being simple yet dignified. The Rev. Sylvester Beach, pastor of the ...

    Article : 179 words
  36. STRIKE'S BACK BROKEN.

    All four chief ports in the Dominion are now working, Lyttelton, where trouble was feared, being among them. Sufficient protection is assured to the workers from the ...

    Article : 624 words
  37. LABOUR AVAILABLE.

    so far none of the farmers in this district whose unionist harvest hands went out on strike have suffered any inconvenience. Four farmers whose hands knocked off on ...

    Article : 56 words
  38. THE SEVEN QUESTIONS.

    Referring to-day to the seven questions asked by the Catholic Federation, the Premier said that the one demanding the issue of free material to denominational schools clearly ...

    Article : 390 words
  39. NEW HEBRIDES.

    The Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Glynn) in the course of a lengthy statement in the House of Representatives, said the Commonwealth Government had done ...

    Article : 293 words
  40. R.M.S. ORAMA.

    The Orient Royal Mall liner Orama, outward bound, went aground [?] the Bay, near Brible Island, at a late hour to-night. Attempts to refloat the vessel proving ...

    Article : 54 words
  41. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 146 words
  42. GAOL-BREAKING PLOT.

    Yesterday the warders at Parkhurst Prison noticed Stinie Morrison, who is undergoing a sentence of imprisonment for life for the Clapham Common murder, put something into his ...

    Article : 112 words
  43. FIRES IN WEST.

    Bush fires are raging in many parts of the district. Owing to the dry nature of the grass and the crops, which are being harvested, it is difficult to check the course of the fires. It ...

    Article : 66 words
  44. Q.V. MARKETS.

    The finance committee of the City Council decided yesterday to recommend to the council that the whole of the Queen Victoria Markets building be remodelled with the exception of ...

    Article : 148 words
  45. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's Theatre::La Boheme," [?]. Theatre Royal: "The Confession," 8. Criterion Theatre: "Within the Law," 8. Palace Theatre: "The Rebel," 8. ...

    Article : 136 words
  46. JAPANESE ACTIVE.

    The Japanese are directing their attention to the Solomon Islands, which offer no objection to the introduction of any race. The present objective is the exploitation of pearl ...

    Article : 141 words
  47. UPPER HOUSE.

    The Premier was asked to-night at his meeting, if returned, would the Government take steps to end or mend the Legislative Council Mr. Holman: Certainly that shall be ...

    Article : 95 words
  48. DETERMINED SUFFRAGISTS

    In order to enforce distraint for the nonpayment of taxes, a balliff and policemen used a battering ram to force an entrance into a large residence occupied by Mrs. Harvey, a ...

    Article : 59 words
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