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  2. SENATE SCENES.

    Another squabble occurred in the Senate to-day. A week ago two Senators nearly came to blows on the floor of the House, and a free fight was averted by the merest chance. ...

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  3. STATE CABINET.

    The caucus system of government seems to be mainly responsible for the differences of opinion in Cabinet. For instance when Mr. Holman wishes to ...

    Article : 494 words
  4. EMPIRE TRADE.

    At the sitting of the Empire Trade Commission to-day, Sir John Taverner, Agent-General for Victoria, gave evidence, in the course of which he said that the development of the ...

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  5. DEFEAT OF TURKEY.

    The main Turkish Army has been crushingly defeated by the Bulgarians, and is in headlong flight in the direction of Constantinople. ...

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  6. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    Mr. Herbert Spencer Hadley, Governor of Missouri, will probably succeed the late Mr. J. S. Sherman as the Republican candidate for the Vice-Presidency. ...

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  7. 'ATTITUDE OF ALLIES.

    The Sofia correspondent of the "Times" states that the Bulgarian triumph has not evoked any public demonstrations in the capital, and fears are expressed that ...

    Article : 219 words
  8. THE MONTENEGRINS.

    The Montenegrins have occupied Ipek, on the slopes of the northern Albanian mountains, 35 miles south-west of Monastir. ...

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  9. GENERAL ITEMS.

    The Turks burned the villages around Marash, three miles westward of Adrianople, and at Aivali, five miles north-west of Lule Burgas, and massacred all the Christian ...

    Article : 282 words
  10. AUSTRALIAN ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    The "Church Guardian," commenting on the effor[?]s of the Anglican Church in North Queensland to secure the freedom of the Australian Church from legal nexus in England, ...

    Article : 192 words
  11. ROUMANIA'S ATTITUDE.

    It is authoritatively stated that Roumania. The above map shows the scene of the crushing defeat of the Turkish army by the Bulgarians. The Turkish line at first stretched from Uzunkupru on tho river Ergene, south-west of Lule Burgas to Serai, the right wing being afterwards ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 130 words
  12. CAMPAIGN FUNDS.

    The Committee of the Senate which is inquiring into the contribution of funds for political campaign purposes has elicited evidence to the effect that 1,000 000 dollars ...

    Article : 58 words
  13. NOTES ON THE WAR.

    Whatever may have been the precise cause of the military operations there can be no question that the main Turkish army under Nazim Pasha has suffered a severe and decisive ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  14. MEDIATION.

    [?] "Daily Telegraph" says it is stated that the Powers have agreed to mediate forthwith and secure an armistice with a view lo preventing unnneccssary bloodshed, relying on ...

    Article : 244 words
  15. PATRIOTIC CANADIANS.

    With a view to preventing the glorification of the American flag in Canada, the Ontario Board of Censors has confiscated a number of films on which the hoard's official stamp had ...

    Article : 58 words
  16. RETRENCHMENT.

    The railways vote, amongst others, is seriously affected by the "go slow" policy which the Treasurer is forcing upon the Cabinet. Mr. Johnson (Chief Commissioner for ...

    Article : 238 words
  17. HOME RULE BILL.

    In the House of Commons this evening, the Home Rule Bill wat further considered in committee. M. A. Birrell, Chief Secretary for ...

    Article : 161 words
  18. "THOROUGHLY BEATEN."

    The newspapers point out that the Bulgarians advanced to the southern bank of the Ergene River from Havsa, via Pavlo, 24 miles south-west of Lule Burgas and Halapie, just ...

    Article : 149 words
  19. WARSHIPS DESPATCHED.

    A British warship has been despatched to Salonika to protect the lives aud property of British subjects. PARIS, Oct. 31. ...

    Article : 59 words
  20. CONSUMPTION CURE CASE.

    The jury disagreed in the action for libel brought by Charles Stevens against the British M[?]eal Association for libel alleged to consist of a false analysis of a cure for ...

    Article : 46 words
  21. TRADES UNION BILL.

    The Standing Committee of the House of Commons rejected an amendment which was moved by Labour members, the intention of which was to revise the Osborne Judgment. ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. CRUSHING DEFEAT.

    Reuter's Agency reports that the Turkish army under Nazim Pasha, Commander-inChief, has been completely routed by the Bulgarians. ...

    Article : 378 words
  23. TURKISH OFFICIAL REPORTS.

    According to Turkish official reports, the retreat of 32,000 Bulgarians in the mountains near Isfrandja, 28 miles north-east of Chorlu, has been cut off. ...

    Article : 136 words
  24. REFERENDUM ADVOCATED.

    The Earl of Selborne, speaking at Basingstoke, in Hampshire, protested against the tyranny of the Government's Home Rule policy. The referendum was the only cure ...

    Article : 69 words
  25. COALMINERS' WAGES.

    Welsh coalowners are claiming a reduction of 2½ per cent, in the general wage rate. ...

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  26. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 228 words
  27. BARRIER DISASTER.

    Anothor body, that of Michael Donovan, or Martin was recovered from the Proprietary mine at the 500ft level early this morning. The body was dreadfully crushed. ...

    Article : 157 words
  28. SOUTHERN MINERS.

    The Minister fo[?] Lands and Labour (Mr. Beeby), was interviewed yesterday by Mr. Peter Bowling and two other representatives of the Employees' Federation, rogarding the ...

    Article : 443 words
  29. THE DEWHURST PLATE.

    The Newmarket Houghton meeting was continued to-day. The principal event, the Dewhurst Plate, resulted as under:- THE DEWHURST PLATE of 300 sovs., added ...

    Article : 200 words
  30. COMPULSORY TRAINING.

    One hundred and five Unionist members of the House of Commons have signed a letter to Lord Roberts, thanking him for his recent "stirring and convincing speech in ...

    Article : 124 words
  31. FROM THE AIR.

    The Bulgarian artillery around Adrianople is being directed from a captive balloon, and bombs are being dropped from aeroplanes on to the Tuikish forts, which are ...

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  32. BURGAS BOMBARDED.

    It is rumoured that a Turkish squadron is bombarding Burgas, a port on the Black Sea, 55 miles south of Varna. ...

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  33. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  34. REFERENDUM.

    The Attorney-General and Associate Premier, Mr. W. V. Holman, lett Sydney by the Southern express last night for Melbourne. It is understood that his visit is in connection with ...

    Article : 80 words
  35. THE AFTERMATH.

    Wounded soldiers are arriving in Sona [?] thousands. All the larger buildings and many residences have been transformed into hospitals. Every bed in the military hospitals is ...

    Article : 58 words
  36. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The players taking part in the Passion Play at Oberamraergau are proceeding to Palestine to perform on Mount Calvary, the Pope having approved of the project and granted a ...

    Article : 191 words
  37. COINERS AND FORGERS.

    A gang of four coiners and forgers, who had been arrested, were brought before the police court to-day and remanded. The evidence showed that the police had ...

    Article : 70 words
  38. GREEK VICTORY.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" correspondent at Kozani, 20 miles north-west of Serfidje, states that the Greek division marching on Kahisu, 30 miles south of Monastir, on the railway to ...

    Article : 84 words
  39. UNAUTHORISED HALF-CROWNS.

    The Secretary of the Commonwealth Treasury (Mr. G. T. Allen) is awaiting with interest the result of an inquiry by the Sydney Mint Into the origin of several ...

    Article : 117 words
  40. CORRESPONDENT'S ACCOUNT.

    The correspondent of the "Reichspost" states that the Bulgarians at first chose Lule Burgas as their centre of gravity, and concentrated there all their available strength, ...

    Article : 538 words
  41. H.M.S. TORCH.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, replying to a question in the House of Commons last night, said that, according to an order of the Admiralty, H.M.S. Tor[?] ...

    Article : 92 words
  42. TO-DAY.

    Her Majesty's Theatre: "The Quaker Girl," 7.50. Theatre Royal, "Ben Hur," 7.50. Criterion Theatre: "Struck Oil," 8. Palace Theatre: "Tho Unseen Eye," 8. ...

    Article : 197 words
  43. TURKISH CRUISER SUNK.

    A Greek torpedo boat sank the Turkish cruiser Feth-I-Bulend (2806 tons), in the Gulf of Salonika. ...

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  44. WEIGALL MEMORIAL.

    The honorary treasurers of the Weigall Memorial Fund—Mr. J. E. Ru[?]ll French (Bank of N.S.W.) and Mr. E. W. [?] Refining Company, Limited [?] receipt of the ...

    Article : 123 words
  45. PASSENGER DISAPPEARS.

    The District Commissioner of Police has been advised by the police at Townsville that the search for the body of C. Wethewell, who was lost from the steamer Wodongo on ...

    Article : 77 words
  46. TURKISH ISLANDS OCCUPIED.

    The Greeks have occupied Thasos and Imbros, Islands in the Aegean Sea, belonging to Turkey. ...

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  47. MOTORING ACCIDENT.

    A motor car fell into the sea at Alisante, a town on [?] Mediteranean Sea, 282 miles South-east of Madr[?], and nine of the occupants were drowned. ...

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  48. MINE FATALITY.

    After a bearing of 10 days, the coronial Liquiry at Beaconsfield into the death of Thos. Floyd and Murdoch Fraser Stewart, which occurred by their falling down a shaft ...

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  49. SERVIAN OPERATIONS.

    The Servians have captured Prizrend, 40 miles north-west of Uskub, and also an important position at Tetovo, about 22 miles west of Uskub. ...

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  50. TO HELP GREECE.

    To help Greece in the war against Turkey Cordato Bros, have forwarded ho[?] £100. ...

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