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  2. PROBLEMS SOLVED.

    Road-making, the march of the motor, telephones, universities, defence, immigration— these were some of the topics discussed by Professor Anderson Stuart, Dean at the ...

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  3. NO SCARE.

    Speaking at a public dinner at Ashford last night. Mr. Griffith referred at length to the financial policy of the Government. He said he had been accused of an orgy ...

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  4. BARRIER STRIKE. CONDEMNED BY MR. FLOWERS.

    "I look upon it as a species of industrial savagery." That was the answer of Mr. F. Flowers, M.L.C., the Chief Secretary in the M'Gowen ...

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  5. TELEPHONE STAFFS.

    Despite the absence of official news by the Deputy Postmaster-General, the girls working at the telephone switchboard are, nevertheless, still very discontented at being ...

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  6. NEW LAND BILL.

    New land legislation was foreshadowed by the Minister for Lands (Mr. Beeby) in the course of a speech at Walgett on Saturday night. ...

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  7. LABOUR WARS. BLOODSHED IN AMERICA.

    After a serious outbreak of rioting, during which two persons were killed, martial law has been proclaimed in the city. The disturbances arose out of the strike of ...

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  8. ULSTER DAY. REMARKABLE ENTHUSIASM.

    On Friday, the eve of Ulster Day, Sir Edward Carson, leader of the Irish Unionist party, issued a message in which he said that the great outburst of enthusiasm in Ulster, ...

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  9. "WILL NOT BE BLACKMAILED."

    Sir J. A. Simon, Solicitor-General, in a speech at Leeds, said that the Liberals must not speak slightingly of the ignorance or the obstinacy which appeared to inspire the ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. THE BINGHAM CRISIS.

    The mineowners here whose mines are at a standstill owing to the strike are now attempting to secure strike-breakers a fact which has caused intense excitement. ...

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  11. STRIKE DECLARED OFF.

    The municipal employees after Friday's strike were working on Saturday as usual. They held mass meeting this morning, and after hearing the report from the Barrier ...

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  12. "CIVIL WAR ALL BOSH."

    Mr. William Redmond, M.P., in an interview here last night, stated that it was absurd to think that the Ulster trouble was likely to affect the passage of the Home Rule Bill. ...

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  13. ANOTHER LAWRENCE STOPPAGE.

    Four thousand textile workers have again struck work at the instance of the Industrial Workers of the World. Altogether 12,000 are now idle. ...

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  14. "UNPREJUDICED CONSIDERATION."

    The Premier Mr. Asquith, in a preface to a pamphlet containing a reprint of speeches of Cabinet Ministers on Home Rule says:— "The demand for Home Rule comes unabated ...

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  15. HOSPITAL FINANCE.

    The secretary of the Sydney Hospital, Mr. C. H. Helsham, has just returned from a wide tour of many countries, whither he went to investigate hospital management. He visited ...

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  16. THE CONFERENCE.

    Eleven of the twelve aldermen conferred with four delegates from the Barrier Labour Federation on Saturday night regarding Friday's strike of municipal employees. ...

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  17. A COTTON STRIKE.

    The cardroom workers in a cotton mill at Oldham have given notice of their intention to strike, owing to the refusal of the owners to compensate a girl who was injured when ...

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  18. LORD BERESFORD'S ADVICE.

    Addressing a gathering of 15,000 people at Ballyrooney, County Down, Lord Charles Beresford counselled Ulstermen without words to prepare for eventualities, and to ...

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  19. BRIG ASHORE.

    Further trouble has befallen the brig Edward, which has had many stormy adventures. She is now ashore off Point Nepean, about 300 yards out. ...

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  20. GREAT RELIGIOUS SERVICES.

    Thousands of religious services were held throughout Ireland yesterday in connection with Ulster Day. The city of Belfast presented a ...

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  21. CHINESE FINANCE.

    The first £6,000,000 of the Chinese ten millions loan has been over-subscribed. The President of China, General Yuan Shih Kai, has cabled to the legation expressing ...

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  22. RAILWAY STRIKE IN SPAIN.

    The disaffection among the railway employees has culminated in the declaration of a general strike on all lines throughout Spain. Some rioting took place at Barcelona, where ...

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  23. WAR IN TRIPOLL.

    It is now reported that fourteen thousand Turks and Arabs participated in the recent attack on the Italians at Zanzur, and that over 1000 were killed. ...

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  24. LONDON PRESS COMMENT.

    The "Daily Telegraph" says:—"China's leaning towards the resources and friendships of our Empire is not a thing to be lightly put aside, and it is a remarkable phenomenon ...

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  25. ITALIAN RESERVES CALLED OUT.

    All the Italian reservists of 1890 are being called out, also those of 1887, who belong to the artillery, the engineers, and the Army Medical Corps. ...

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  26. A DENIAL.

    Some time ago Mr. Henry J. Patten, a brother of the "wheat king" of Chicago, paid a visit to this country, and on his return to America was interviewed, and reported ...

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  27. MEAT FOR GERMANY.

    The Prussian Government announces important concessions in regard to the importation of Russian and Balkan meatstuffs for large towns, provided they are sold to the ...

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  28. JAPANESE PESSIMISM.

    The Japanese press is pessimistic in regard to the failure of the Six-Power group to place its projected £60,000,000 loan. It foreshadows the dissolution of the ...

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  29. ANGRY TRAM MEN,

    Strong language was used at an assembly of the employees of the municipal tramways trust, which was held in the Trades Hall this morning. The general manager of the ...

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  30. FLOTATION IN GERMANY.

    A Chinese £2,000,000 loan is being floated in Germany, secured on the railway and mining revenues. According to the papers this forms part of ...

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  31. INDEX. NEWS.

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  32. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    M. Bethenot, a French engineer, has patented a wireless invention by which an operator is able to telegraph messages without interference and at a greater speed than cable ...

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  33. MOTOR FATALITIES.

    A very serious motor car accident occurred on Saturday afternoon, near Birkdale railway station, about 17 miles from Brisbane, whereby a young man William Laidlaw ...

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  34. BRITISH NAVY.

    It is officially stated that the Admiralty has decided on the composition of the Mediterranean fleet as follows:— In September it will comprise the armoured ...

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  35. PEACE CONGRESS.

    There was a stormy meeting of the Peace Congress to-day, when a resolution was carried demanding the evacuation of Egypt and the establishment of autonomy. ...

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  36. ATTACK ON CRICKET BOARD.

    At the annual meeting of the Cricket Association, the president (Sir Edwin T. Smith) referred to the trouble that had occurred in connection with the Board of Control in the ...

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  37. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  38. SMASH AT WINDSOR.

    A great number of motor cars came up to the Hawkesbury races on Saturday afternoon, and on the way a smash occurred between Magrath's Hill and Windsor, where the road ...

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  39. AVIATION ACCIDENTS.

    Two army airmen, Corporal Scott and Lieutenant Rockwell, fell from a height of 35ft yesterday, through the wings of their aeroplane buckling. The machine was completely ...

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  40. DITTON RAILWAY DISASTER.

    The jury at the inquest concerning the recent railway disaster at Ditton, when the engine of an express train from Chester to Liverpool failed to take the points on a steep ...

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  41. RIOTOUS PICNIC.

    About 12,000 persons travelled by special trains to Bendigo yesterday to attend the Railway Benefit Society's annual picnic. The first train from Melbourne brought a rowdy ...

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  42. RUSSIAN MOBILISATION.

    A sensation has been caused to Poland by the mobilisation of seven army corps, with headquarters at Warsaw, Vilna, and Kieff. The mobilisation is officially described as 'a ...

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  43. A CLERK'S SUICIDE.

    The circumstances in connection with the death of Albert Cecil Coxon, a clerk, 28 years of age, who was found dead on the railway line between Mordialloc and Mentone ...

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  44. ATTEMPT TO ROB SHOWCASE.

    A daring attempt to rob the showcase of Mick Simmons'. Ltd., King-street, city, was made yesterday afternoon by two youths, who, however were disturbed before they could ...

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  45. KOREAN PLOT.

    The trial of the conspirators against the life of Count Terauchi, Governor-General of Korea, has concluded. Baron Inchiko, ex-President of the Privy ...

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  46. TO-DAY.

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  47. UNIONIST LEADER AND THE KING.

    Mr. Bonar Law, the leader of the Unionists in the House of Commons, is visiting King George at Balmoral. The visit is variously ascribed to the ...

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  48. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    Arrangements are now in hand to celebrate the laying of the foundation of the capital city at Yass-Canberra. It is anticipated that the function will be held before the end ...

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  49. BILLIARD SALOON RAIDED.

    Balmain police raided Rozelle Billiard Saloon, at the corner of Darling-street and Weston-road, on Saturday night, and arrested 59 men. The saloon, it is alleged by the ...

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  50. A UNIQUE REVIEW.

    M. Millerand, Minister for War, reviewed the Aviatior Corps to-day at Villa Coublay. Seventy-two aeroplanes took part in the manoeuvres. ...

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  51. TOBACCO MAGNATE'S ESTATE.

    The late Mr. H. O. Wills's estate has been sworn for probate purposes at £5,214,[?]76. ...

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