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  2. THE ARGUMENT.

    To-day the electors of the State will ele[?] the Parliament of New South Wales for the next three years. It is the People's da[?] of power. ...

    Article : 631 words
  3. HOW TO VOTE.

    This is polling day—the PEOPLE'S DAY. It is a public holiday from noon. Every vote will count. Therefore, DON'T FAIL TO VOTE. ...

    Article : 666 words
  4. THE LAST RALLIES

    Last night preparations for the great political fight to-day were going on at a great pace. Throughout the metropolis rival party ...

    Article : 282 words
  5. THE STRIKE.

    Despito the fact that Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.P., as president of the strike conference, had laid it down that there must be discipline in the ranks, the wharf-labourers maintained ...

    Article : 277 words
  6. OUTWITTED.

    In regard to the arrest of Mrs. Pankhurst on her return from America, it appears that the police boarded the steamer Majestic off Plymouth. ...

    Article : 294 words
  7. GERMAN CRISIS.

    The Chancellor, Herr von Bethmann-Hollweg, yesterday resumed the debate on the motion of censure proposed by the Radicals in regard to the conduct of the military in ...

    Article : 694 words
  8. INCREASE OF LABOURERS.

    Fourteen hundred men, the largest number since the strike com[?]ced, were working to-day along Wellington waterfront. The membership of the Wharf Labourers' ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER ARRESTED.

    A representative of the "Daily Mirror" was arrested in Zabern while attempting to photograph an officer. He was released within a quarter of nn ...

    Article : 31 words
  10. HOME RULE.

    Sir Edward Grey, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in a speech at Bradford last night, said that the Nationalists would certainly be disappointed if the realisation of ...

    Article : 285 words
  11. COALMINES CLOSED.

    Many watersider are still applying for membership in the now union, without success. Practically all the coal mines in New ...

    Article : 57 words
  12. POSITION AT NEWCASTLE.

    The steamer Brisbane has not yet been able to leave the port with her cargo of coal for Lyttelton. The barque Northern Chief left the port ...

    Article : 72 words
  13. MORE INCENDIARISM.

    Women's suffragists burned Kelly House, a fine mansion at Wemyss Bay, at an early hour this morning. ...

    Article : 21 words
  14. NEGOTIATIONS.

    Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.P., as president of the conferences last night, despatched the following cables to New Zealand:— To Mr. Massey, Prime Minister.— ...

    Article : 586 words
  15. PREMIER'S FINAL WORD.

    The Premier, in company with Mr. Flowers, last night, addressed numerous meetings varying from 300 to 3000 people. His Labour supporters rallied well, and there was plenty ...

    Article : 259 words
  16. AGITATION IN AMERICA.

    A deputation appeared before the Rules Committee of the House of Representatives asking for the formation of a committee, of the House to deal with the whole question of ...

    Article : 91 words
  17. POLICY INSISTED UPON.

    The position created by the refusal of a section of the wharf-labourers to abide by the decision of conference, which was endorsed on two occasions by the Sydney branch of the ...

    Article : 311 words
  18. SUGGESTED POSTPONEMENT.

    The "Daily Mail" states that the Government contemplates postponing the Home Rule Bill until the autumn session, thus leaving the early meeting of Parliament clear to ...

    Article : 42 words
  19. LABOUR TROUBLES.

    Owing to the strike of drivers on the Great Western Railway Company's line in Wales all the Mid-Glamorgan collieries have stopped work. ...

    Article : 94 words
  20. MR. LOOKER-LAMPSON'S CHALLENGE.

    Dublin Castle is inquiring into the importation of arms into Ireland. Mr. Oliver Locker-Lampson, M.P. (Unionist), has arranged with families in 60 parishes ...

    Article : 74 words
  21. A GREAT FLIGHT.

    H. Vedrines, who arrived here in his monoplane yesterday from Paris, wiil cross to India after his flight to Cairo, and will then pass over Singapore, Sumatra, Batavia, and ...

    Article : 101 words
  22. SECOND BALLOT.

    In all probability there will be a number of electorates in which to-day's polling wil[?] not be decisive, rendering, a second ballo[?] necessary. ...

    Article : 601 words
  23. ORIGINAL STRIKERS RECANT.

    After Mr. J. H. Thomas, M.P., assistant general secretary to the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, had addressed a meeting of the Llanelly strikers last night, Messrs. ...

    Article : 86 words
  24. ABSENT VOTERS.

    Under the Electoral Act electors away, from their own districts may vote in which ever electorate they happen to be on polling day. City electors in the country have only to ...

    Article : 378 words
  25. COMPULSORY CONFERENCE.

    Yesterday afternoon a compulsory conference, convened by the Industrial Commissioner, Mr. J. B. Holme, under section 43 of the Industrial Arbitration Act, was held ...

    Article : 152 words
  26. A FORECAST.

    The leader of the Liberal party, Mr. C. G. Wade, is of the opinion that the result of the elections will probably not be finally known for a fortnight or so after to-day. ...

    Article : 659 words
  27. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 265 words
  28. MINIMUM PIECEWORK WAGES.

    The Appeal Court has decided that the Minimum Wage in Coalmines Act does not empower joint district boards to ascertain the minimum earned on piecework. ...

    Article : 34 words
  29. TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT.

    Mr. Glen Curtis, a noted American airman, is organising an attempt to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in the spring. He intends to build an aeroplane especially ...

    Article : 55 words
  30. POST OFFICE TROUBLE.

    It is stated that the Post Office has arranged to utilise the army telegraphists in the event of a strike of postal and telegraph officials. ...

    Article : 27 words
  31. FLOODS IN AMERICA.

    Thirteen bodies have been recovered from the flood waters in the Colorado River. The rain has not yet ceased. Numbers of victims of the flood in Belton ...

    Article : 180 words
  32. THE EMPIRE.

    During an address at the Canadian. Club Mr. Donald MacMaster, M.P., one of the Parliamentary Empire delegates, stated that the three greatest sights he witnessed during, his ...

    Article : 80 words
  33. FARMERS OBDURATE.

    The following cablegram was received yesterday by Mr. T. I. Campbell from Mr. J. G. Wilson, the Dominion president of the Farmers' Union of New Zealand:— ...

    Article : 113 words
  34. STEAMERS' MOVEMENTS.

    The Union Company received a wireless message yesterday from the steamer Aorangi, which[?] left here on Sunday afternoon last. The message stated that the vessel would ...

    Article : 143 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 251 words
  36. INDIAN CRISIS.

    The Rev. Mr. Milburn, a missionary, addressing a Bengali meeting, said it were better that there should be separation between England and the colonies than that the colonies ...

    Article : 65 words
  37. STRIKE FIZZLES OUT.

    The strike of rural workers in the Tamworth district has fizzled out. Last week there were fully 200 men in the camp on Duri-road, and it was reported that ...

    Article : 294 words
  38. STRIKE LEADERS PROSECUTED.

    At the Magistrate's Court, Wellington, Thomas Barber, organiser for the industrial workers of the world, was charged with using seditious language, and ordered to find £500 ...

    Article : 142 words
  39. FRENCH POLITICS.

    It is expected that M. Dupuy will form a "Cabinet of Conciliation," including MM. Ribot and Pichon. M. Ribot, who is in poor health, is at ...

    Article : 90 words
  40. DOUBLE VOTING.

    The Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. G. H. Knibbs), giving evidence before the Select Committee of the Senate which is inquiring into the allegations of fraud at the last ...

    Article : 185 words
  41. MEXICO.

    A battle lasting nearly 24 hours has just been fought near Victoria, Tamaullpas, and resulted in the defeat of the Federal troops, with heavy loss. ...

    Article : 53 words
  42. OFFICER "DUCKED."

    On November 28 last District-Officer Corkhill, of the Paddington branch of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade, was "ducked" in a concrete water tank at the rear of the station, ...

    Article : 112 words
  43. TO-DAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 182 words
  44. AORANGI'S CREW.

    Two days ago word was received by the Union Company from the Sydney office stating that the majority of the Aorangi's crew would sign off, on the vessel's arrival at Wellington ...

    Article : 88 words
  45. CANTEEN SCANDALS.

    Legal authorities have advised the War Office that the jurisdiction of the court-martial is too limited for the action which further inquiry into the conduct of the army ...

    Article : 95 words
  46. INDIAN BANK CRISIS.

    It is announced in London that a powerful syndicate has acquired the Indian Specie Bank's £3,000,000 worth of silver, which is held by its London brokers. ...

    Article : 116 words
  47. MISSING WOMEN.

    No tidings of Miss Mona West, of Goulburn, have yet reached the police. A month has now passed since Miss West disappeared from Dr. O'Hara's house in Bayswater-road, ...

    Article : 48 words
  48. THE NEW UNIONS.

    The membership of the new Waterside Workers' Union now totals 1840. The mem bership of the new Drivers' Union totals ...

    Article : 69 words
  49. NO SMALLPOX CASES.

    No cases of smallpox were reported to the Health Department yesterday. ...

    Article : 16 words
  50. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS.

    A splendid domestic safeguard.—Advt. ...

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  51. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS.

    A palatable and refined spirit.—Advt. ...

    Article : 8 words
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