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  2. PLANK 16.

    Plank No. 16 of the general platform of the Political Labour League of New South Wales, vide page 9 of the official programme of the P.L.L., reads: ...

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  3. THE ALL BLACKS.

    The New Zealand football team defeated a Vancouver fifeen by 44 points to nil. The weather was showery, the ground being soaked and heavy. There was a large attendance. ...

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  4. THE LATE MR. FRAZER.

    The remains of the late Mr. Charles Edward Frazer, Federal member for Kalgoorlie, and Postmaster-General in the Fisher Ministry, [?]ere interred this morning at Melbourne ...

    Article : 258 words
  5. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the House of Representatives to-day the Postmaster-General, Mr. wynne, in reply to Mr. Livingstone, said the chief of the Radio Telegraph Department was now working on ...

    Article : 518 words
  6. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 231 words
  7. SHIPPING.

    To[?]ua, s, 4845 toss, Captain Crawford, from Auckland, Tonga, Sa[?], and Fiji. Passengers—Misses Crawshaw, Henry, Nicholls, Price, Ransom, Robinson, Synott, Watson, Weston; Mesdames Allen and child, ...

    Article : 228 words
  8. ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY.

    The Sydney Amateur Orchestral Society closed their 22nd season at the Town Hall last night with a programme which included several new pieces, interest being [?]cussed in this ...

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  9. DEPARTURES.—Nov. 26.

    Ocean Monarch, s, for Java, via Newcastle. Queen Mand, s, for Newcastle. Wi[?]mera, s, for Neweastle. Sydney, F.M.S., for No[?]mea. ...

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  10. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Nov. 27.

    Benalla, s, for Durban, Capetown, and London, via ports, Joszef Agost Foherczeg, s, for C[?]ombo, Fiume, Trieste, and Venice; Sydney, s, for Melbourne, via Eden, Stanley, Burnie, and Devenport; Erina, s, for ...

    Article : 95 words
  11. TURKISH POLICE METHODS.

    Kavalky Mustapha, who was sentenced to death in contumaciam for the murder of Shefket Pasha, was recently arrested aboard a Russian steamer, with the co-operation of the ...

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  12. CLEARANCES.—Nov. 26.

    Roon, G.M.S., 8133 tons, Captain Nettstein, for Bremen, via Melbourne, Adelaide, and Fremantle. Tango Maru, s, 7463 tons, Captain Yoshikawa, for China and Japan, via Brisbane. Townsville, and ...

    Article : 180 words
  13. SENATE'S TRIBUTE.

    Senator Millen, when the Senate met this afternoon, moved,—"That the Senate places on record its high appreciation of the great public services of the late member for ...

    Article : 109 words
  14. AERONAUTICS.

    Baroness De La Roche has made a new re[?] for women by flying a distance of 203 miles. ...

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  15. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 484 words
  16. MOVEMENTS OF OVERSEA VESSELS.

    Saldanha, s (Bucknall line), arrived at Dunkirk on Tuesday last with a wool carge from Brisbane, Sydney, and Adelaide. At Colombo on the [?]omeward journey the Saldanha was delayed for one day owing ...

    Article : 117 words
  17. ANOTHER FATALITY.

    M. Perreyon, who held the world's record for altitude flight, was experimenting with a new monoplane at Bue yesterday when he fell from a height of 50ft, and was crushed ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. CITY FIRE.

    Re[?]d's box factory and timber yard, in Playfair-lane, city, were destroyed by a fire which broke out at about 6 o'clock last evening, and considerable damage was done to Harrington's ...

    Article : 256 words
  19. THE SENATE.

    In the Senate to-day the Norfolk Island Bill was read a first time. This was all the business done. The Senate adj[?]urned for the day, as a mark of respect to the late Mr. ...

    Article : 40 words
  20. ARCHER ASHORE.

    According to information received from Newcastle, the steamer Archer went ashore on Walsh Island yesterday. She was, however, successfully redoated within half an hour. No damage was sustained by the ...

    Article : 35 words
  21. STAGE AND MORALITY.

    Following the protest in regard to the stage methods of Miss Gaby Deslys, an outcry has arisen against an adapted French farce, entitled, "Who's the Lady?" which is being ...

    Article : 101 words
  22. FIJI SHIPPING.

    The A.U.S.N. steamer Levuka arrived from Sydney; and the Canadian-Australasian R.M.S. Marama sailed for Vancouver this day. ...

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  23. DEATH OF MR. M. J. CONLON.

    Mr. Michael Joseph Conlon, one of the oldest and most highly respected residents of the Glebe, died at his home, Carrara, Alexander-road, yesterday, aged 72 years. ...

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  24. TANGO MARU LEAVES.

    Yesterday the big N.Y.K. liner, Tango Maru, cast off from Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Company's wharf, at C[?] Quay, in the presence of a large crowd, which had gathered to see the ship depart on her ...

    Article : 74 words
  25. ATHLETICS.

    A number of amatcur athletes were present last night at the Sydney Sports Ground, when five clubs conducted a programme of events. Results;EAST SYDNEY A.A.C. ...

    Article : 511 words
  26. NEWCASTLE CLEARANCES.

    The following vessels were cleared at the Customs House to-day:—Barrier, s, for Melbourne, with 100 tons bunkers; Century, s, for Adelaide and Port Pirie, with 67OO tons coal and 500 tons bunkers; Angle ...

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  27. B.M.A. DISPUTE.

    At the conclusion of his spech to-night, Mr. Holman was asked would he, if returned to power, appoint a tribunal to arbitrate on the dispute between the British Medical ...

    Article : 99 words
  28. AMUSEMENTS.

    The annual recital by the students of Miss Sara Collins was given on Tuesday in St., James's Hall, The programme was of a fairly varied nature, but the greater part of the evening was occupied by three ...

    Article : 225 words
  29. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    CAPE CAPRICORN.—Passed; Nov. 26, Wyreema, [?], and Wodonga, s, for Brisbane. SANDY CAPE.—Passed: Nov. 26, Cooma, [?], for Townsville; Marloo, s, for Cairns. ...

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  30. EX-DICTATOR IN TROUBLE.

    The State Department has ordered the arrest of Don Jose Santos Zelaya, ex-Dictator of Nicaragua, if he is found on United States territory, on a charge of having assassinated two ...

    Article : 70 words
  31. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 6.3O p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 8 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.3O p.m. Auckland, etc, N.Z. (direct).—Maheno, 11 a.m. ...

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  32. BATHURST CENTENARY.

    In the course of a statement to the press, Mr. J. Bain, hon. secretary of the recent centenary celebrations, stated that a profit of about £400 was expected. The receipts ...

    Article : 151 words
  33. ESPIONAGE.

    The expulsion has been ordered of Captain Paul Larguier Menozze, lately attached to the French Ministry of War, who was arrested in Geneva, on a charge of espionage on behalf ...

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  34. REJECTED AT REDFERN.

    At a special meeting of the Royal Oak Lodge, No. 1604, Redfern (the premier lodge of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows in New South Wales), held on Monday evening, ...

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  35. Y.M.C.A. GLEE CLUB.

    The Y.M.C.A. Glee Club gave their sixteenth concert yesterday evening before a fairly large audience. The principal event of the evening was the performance of Markull's well-known cantata "Roland's ...

    Article : 220 words
  36. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The North-eastern Railway Company has conceded a nine hours' working day for drivers and firemen, and guards of goods trains. Reports have reached London that Mr. ...

    Article : 478 words
  37. BISHOP'S STRONG WORDS.

    During his recent visit to this district, Bishop Barlow, the Anglican Bishop of Goulburn, said he did not wish to touch on party politics, but he could not refrain from ...

    Article : 145 words
  38. MISS LOTTIE GLENFIELD.

    An entertainment of an unsually agreeable nature was a recital by Miss Lottie Glenfield, which took place last evening in the St. James's Hall. Miss G[?]enfield is an elocutionist of considerable powers, ...

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  39. REJECTED BY ODDFELLOWS.

    At a largely attended meeting of the I.O.O.F. M.U., it was unanimously decided to reject the new British Medical Association's agreement, and ...

    Article : 79 words
  40. CASUALTIES,

    On Sunday, November 16, Charles John Johnson, 21, a carter, was bathing at Yarr[?] Bay, La Perouse. He dived into shallo[?] water, rose above the surface again, and ...

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  41. CHALLENGE SHIELD CONTESTS.

    The following nominations have been received for the fourth annual "Dunn" challenge shield contests, open to all clubs a[?]ted to the New South Wales Amat[?]ur Athletic Association. This carnival will take ...

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  42. YOUNG BRIDE.

    The papers dealing with the marriage statistics of Victoria for 1912 were laid on the table of the Legisiative Assembly this afternoon. They show that a bride 14 years of ...

    Article : 145 words
  43. LATE COL. LE MESURIER.

    Regret was expressed on all sides at Victoria Barracks yesterday at the news of the death of Colonel Le Mesurier, military commandant in South Australia. ...

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  44. FATAL STEP FALLS.

    At an inquest yesterday the City cor[?] found that George V. B. Holden, 74, accidentally fell down some steps at 114 Fig-street, Pyrmont, on November 23, and died ...

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  45. WHALERS IDLE.

    The whaling factory steamer Loch Tay, arrived here yesterday from Jervis Bay, for the purpose of bunkering and taking in stores prior to leaving on her homeward voyage. ...

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  46. BURNED TO DEATH.

    Jane Fraser (70), who lived alone in the bush near Sorrell, was found burned to death on Saturday. It appeared that the old woman had been just about to make a cup of tea when ...

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  47. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (128lm).—Arr: Nov. 26, Atua, a, from Sydney: Rona, bq, from Newcastle. KAIPARA.—Dep: Nov. 26. Inga, s, for Sydney. ...

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  48. BURNED TO DEATH.

    Mrs. Ellen Collins (31), who lived at Lower Ferntree Gully, was burned to death by her clothes catching fire, while standing near a stove in the Kitchen. Her sister, in trying ...

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  49. BOY DROWNED.

    Mr. Arthur Judges, district coroner, opened an inquest at Mount Druitt on the body of Albert O'Donoughue (9), who was drowned in a waterhole. ...

    Article : 136 words
  50. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    The Legislative Council passed the Steam Boilers Bill, and agreed to the Assembly's amendments in the Mental Defectives Bill. In the Assembly the Premier moved a vots ...

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  51. EARTHQUAKES.

    A severe carthquake was felt at Navua on Saturday, November 1. Earthquakes are a frequent occurrence in that district. As the Atua passed Huntor Island on her ...

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  52. A WHITE ELEPHANT.

    Speaking in the House of Rep[?]rsentatives to-day Mr. Dankel (S.A.), in referring to the Northern Territory, said it was the white elephant of Australia. It was a Molloch, into ...

    Article : 162 words
  53. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 47 words
  54. LIBEL ACTION.

    The nearing of a claim for £1000 damages for libel, brought by Florence Mabel Webbe, of Myrniong, Busby-parade, Waverley, Sydney, a married woman, against Thomas ...

    Article : 96 words
  55. BODY TO BE EXHUMED.

    The body of Griffith, Boyer, who was killed at Wallal some weeks ago, is being exhumed at Port Hedland. Boyer was a partner of Jackman, who has stated that he accidentally ...

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  56. BITTEN BY SNAKE.

    A 12-year-old boy named Shepherd, residing at Nana G[?]n, was bitten by a snake on the leg on Wednesday in the bush. His brother was with him, and they pluck[?]ly ...

    Article : 51 words
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