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  2. CENSURE.

    Unexpectedly, in the midst of the usual half-hour of questions preliminary to commencing the business of the day, notice was given by Mr. Wood, in the Assembly ...

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  3. LONDON OFFICES.

    A number of Federal and State Parliamentarians to-day urged the Minister for External Affairs to arrange that Australian timber and marble and other materials should be ...

    Article : 355 words
  4. NEW STEEL WORKS.

    Mr. Delprat, representative of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, which purposes to establish iron and steel works at Newcastle, made two points very clear in the evidence he ...

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  5. SECOND EDITION

    The condition of the Czarewitch, who is suffering from an injury in the gr[?] caused by an accident, is now regarded as very serious, and prayers for his recovery as ...

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  6. THE WAR.

    Desperate fighting is reported from the vicinity of Kirk Kilisse, and Turkish accounts indicate a severe Bulgarian defeat. ...

    Article : 125 words
  7. ADVANCE ON ADRIANOPLE.

    The Bulgarian forces, which are advancing from Mustapha Pacha, are now within six miles of Adrianople. ...

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  8. THE FLEETS.

    It now transpires that the Turfish warships bombared Kavarna for three hours and a half. The small Bulgarian garrison, however, prevented the Turks from ...

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  9. FIGHT IN KRESNA PASS.

    It is officially announced that several thousand Bulgarian irregulars from the Djumaia district in Macedonia, just outside the Bulgarian frontier, south of Sofia, concentrated in ...

    Article : 199 words
  10. THE WAR.

    The Greeks have driven 22 battalions of Turks, with six batteries of artillery, into Serfidje. ...

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  11. MOUNT LYELL DISASTER.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night, Mr. Earl, the leader of the Opposition, moved the following motion of censure:—"[?]hat the House deplores the fact that the ...

    Article : 63 words
  12. THE GREEKS IN LEMNOS.

    The Greek warships landed 500 men at Kastro on the Island of Lemnos, about 40 miles from the entrance to the Dardanelles. Three Turkish officers were captured on the ...

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  13. "PREPARE FOR WAR."

    Speaking at a National Service demonstration at Manchester, over which he presided, Lord Roberts said that, as in 1866 and 1870, war would occur the instant the forces of ...

    Article : 175 words
  14. NEW APPOINTMENT.

    At the meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board yesferday, Alderman T. Henley, M.L.A., asked the president if the[?] was any truth in the report that he (Mr. Millner) was to ...

    Article : 555 words
  15. PREVESA BOMBARDED.

    Reports are to hand that the Greeks are bombarding Prevesa, at the entrance to the Gulf of Arta. ...

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  16. "A NUISANCE."

    After the Cabinet meeting the Attorney-General (Mr. Holman) made the following statement:- "I cannot imagine anything being brought ...

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  17. BULGARIAN SUCCESS AT DJUMAIA.

    In an engagement outside Djumala the Bulgarians defeated the Turks, and took three field pieces and 140 prisoners. ...

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  18. TURKS PREPARE FOR RAID.

    The Turkish fleet is preparing to set out on a raid in the Aegean Sea. ...

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  19. "LOVE AND KISSES."

    "Most messages by wireless telegraphy from those travelling by sea are what is known as the 'love and kisses' class." The Royal Commission inquiring into the provision of ...

    Article : 333 words
  20. SERVIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The main Servian army, which is advancing on Uskub along the railway from the north, has captured a number of Turkish positions around Kumanovo, about 16 miles north-east ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. GENERAL ITEMS.

    The war correspondent of the "Mir" declares that the Turks at Girueno, near Kotchana, bade a party of Bulgarian peasants lie on the ground, and they then shot 147 in cold ...

    Article : 139 words
  22. TEMPTATION OF GREECE.

    Reuter's Agency states that Turkey offered to yield Crete, and also to link up the Gr[?]co-Turkish railway, as an inducement for Greece to withdraw from the Balkan ...

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  23. HOME RULE.

    In the House of Commons this evening the Home Rule Bill was further considered in committee. The Government accepted an amendment removing Trinity College, Dublin, ...

    Article : 231 words
  24. THE NORTHERN ARMIES.

    The third Servian army is advancing southward towards the Plains of Kossovo. It is opposed by a force of 40,000, mostly Moslem Albanians, with 10 companies of Nizam ...

    Article : 113 words
  25. THE ARMIES.

    The Sofia correspondent of the Central News Agency reports that a desperate battle is in progress at Kirk-Killsse, which is 35 miles east of Adrianople, and connected with it by a ...

    Article : 232 words
  26. POSTPONED CAUCUS.

    "A special meeting of the Labour party," said Mr. Holman last night, "was summoned for to-morrow to consider some matters of importance. But in view of the censure ...

    Article : 80 words
  27. NOTES ON THE WAR.

    The precise position at Adrianople is still co[?]sing. A Sofia message speaks of the Bulgarian forces being within six miles of Adrianople. This probably refers to the ...

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  28. PRISHTINA TAKEN.

    The Servians have captured Prishtina, the capital the vilayet of Kossovo, about 50 miles north-west of Uskub, and 25 miles south-east of Mitrovitza, after some very heavy fighting. ...

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  29. GROUNDS OF ATTACK.

    The attack which the Opposition will make on the Government will have a wide range. There will be a regular succession of broadsides. ...

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  30. KARATOVA AND KOTCHANA OCCUPIED.

    The Servian column which occupied Eg[?] Palanka, about 60 miles north-east of Uskub, split into [?]wo divisions, and, marching southward, occupied Kotchana and Karatova, ...

    Article : 42 words
  31. INTRICATE POSITION.

    The State Government has now to face the dwlicate issue, in respect to the gas crisis, which was foreshadowed in the "Herald" on 9th inst. ...

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  32. "AN HONEST ENDEAVOUR."

    A manifesto on the Home Rule question has been issued by Sir A. Conon Doyle, Mr. Joseph Hocking, Mr. Duncan V. Pirie, M.P., Sir Frederick Pollock, P.C., and Sir J. West ...

    Article : 104 words
  33. MUNITIONS COMPARED.

    The Servian wounded state that the Turkish guns and ammunition are far inferior to those used by the Servians. It is a significant fact that no Servian ...

    Article : 83 words
  34. INDEX.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 290 words
  35. LABOUR LAWS.

    Mr. Alex. Hay, of Sydney and Coolangatta, who has just retuined from a hurried trip to Europe, was entertained by the residents of Berry on Tuesday evening at a social ...

    Article : 357 words
  36. GREEK OPERATIONS.

    The Turks who were driven out of their position at Dis[?]kata, about 20 miles west of Elassona, fled in a state of panic towards Serfidje, about 20 miles to the north-east. ...

    Article : 216 words
  37. FOR THE DOMINIONS.

    Giving evidence before the Empire Trade Commission, Sir Albert Spicer, M.P., on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, urged the importance of the emigration of boys and ...

    Article : 86 words
  38. ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 178 words
  39. BUCKINGHAM PALACE.

    The design prepared by Sir Aston Webb, R.A., for the remodelling of the front of Buckingham Palace, has been published. The architect has adopted the English ...

    Article : 78 words
  40. FLYING CORPS.

    Lieutenant Harrison, an Australian-born flyer, has been appointed to the Australian Flying Corps at £400 a year. The position was rendered vacant by the resignation of ...

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  41. NO SLEEPERS.

    In [?]gard to the complaints made as to the failure of the department to complete a section of the Wagga to Tumbarumba railway line in time for the coming harvest, and ...

    Article : 205 words
  42. THE MONTENEGRINS.

    Owing to the fact that the army headquarters being here has hampered military action. King Nicholas has now advanced headquarters [?] Antivari in the south of Montenegro, and ...

    Article : 191 words
  43. AMERICA'S IMMIGRANTS.

    Mr. Marshall, Democratic candidate for the Vice-Presidency of the United States, favours the inclusion of a plank excluding all immigrants who are not likely to amalgamate ...

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  44. TO-DAY.

    Criterion Theatre: "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford," [?]. Theatre Royal: "Dorothy," 8. Palace Theatre: "Jansen," 8. Adelphi Theatre: "The Girl Who Took the Wrong ...

    Article : 234 words
  45. STRUCK THE POLICEMAN.

    At the City Court to-day, Godfrey Watson, starter for the Victoria Racing Club, was charged with having assaulted Constable Aitken. Watson pleaded guilty. ...

    Article : 182 words
  46. AGRICULTURAL LIFE.

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Asquith, stated in the House of Commons that he was considering the question of appointing a Royal Commission to inquire into the economic ...

    Article : 64 words
  47. INSURANCE OFFICER DISAPPEARS.

    Word has reached here that R. Wetherill, manager of the Townsville branch of the A.M.P. Society, while on his way by the steamer Wodonga to Melbourne, disappeared ...

    Article : 42 words
  48. TRAFFIC PROBLEM.

    The recommendations of Mr. Hay, the exp[?]rt engaged by the Government to report on the traffic congestion of the metropolis, were yesterday tabled in the Legislative ...

    Article : 55 words
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