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  2. DOWN A MOUNTAIN SIDE.

    A motor-car party from Wagga to Yarrangobilly Caves had a sensational misadventure on Thursday. The party consisted of Mr. John Jeremy and ...

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  3. LABOUR CONFERENCE

    The annual conference of the Political Labour League of New South Wales was continued at the Trades Hall on Saturday. Mr. H. Lamond presided. During the morning the ...

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  4. RICH YIELDS.

    The sensational yields of the Lons Tunnel mine continue. Last night a parcel of 156 ounces was the result of dollying 50lb of ore brought in in five ...

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  5. A GENERAL STRIKE. AN ULTIMATUM.

    The unions throughout Queensland have declared for a general strike. It was apparent, after the first few days of the badge strike, following upon the dismissal ...

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  6. CHINESE REBELLION. NATIONAL CONVENTION.

    General Yuan Shih Kal has suggested to the revolutionaries that the proposed National Convention should consist of 300 delegates, representing five districts. ...

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  7. HOME RULE. MR. CHURCHILL'S MEETING.

    The Marquis of Londonderry, Lieutenant for County Down, in replying to Mr. Winston Churchill's recent letter, states that the main objection of the Uister Unionists has been ...

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  8. EMPIRE TRADE. PREFERENCE PROBLEMS.

    In the course of a discussion in the House of Commons last night on Empire trade, Mr. Ames declared that Canada gave preference to Britain as far as she could, and the next ...

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  9. "RADICAL WILD MEN."

    Mr. Bonar Law. the leader of the Unionist party, in a speech at the Albert Hall to-night, stated that the Government's present pace could not last—it would result either in ...

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  10. AN OMINOUS REPORT.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that three regiments of infanty and two of cavalry have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to proceed to Belfast. ...

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  11. IRELAND AND THE DOMINIONS.

    Sir Cornthwaite Rason, ex-Agent-General for Western Australia, speaking at York yesterday, referred to the comparison between home rule for Ireland and home rule for the ...

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  12. CANADIAN SUGGESTIONS.

    Mr. G. E. Foster, Minister tor Commerce, is making overtures to the Australian Government with a view to establishing a trade agreement. The Minister has announced that ...

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  13. MISUNDERSTANDING CLEARED.

    Dr. Sun Yat Sen has sent a friendly message to General Yuan Shih Kal, in which he clears up the recent misunderstanding between the two. ...

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  14. FRANCE AND ITALY. ANOTHER STEAMER SEIZED.

    Italian warships have seized the French steamer Tavignano off the Tunisian coast, and have taken her to Tripoli. Jan. 28. ...

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  15. WAR STORES FROM GERMANY.

    Twenty thousand rifles and 5,000,000 rounds of ammunition sent from Germany have traversed Russia for Peking. ...

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  16. A £6000 DONATION.

    Information was received in Sydney on Saturday that the local branch of the British Immigration League had a hort time ago despatched a cable to the London [?] ...

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  17. DUKE OF FIFE ILL.

    The Duke and the Duchess of Fife were not present at the consecration of the Khartoum Cathedral yesterday, owing to the Duke having contracted a severe chill at Wady Haifa. ...

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  18. SHARK CAUGHT.

    Following on the tragic death of the young man, James Morgan, at the Lane Cove River on Friday last through being bitten by a shark, efforts have been made to catch the monster. ...

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  19. "TO TALK IT OVER."

    Our Melbourne correspondent telegraphed last night:—The Prime Minister stated to-night that the Commonwealth Government wanted to meet a Canadian representative ...

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  20. A STRIKE RIOT.

    Five hundred Italian foundry men at Luxemburg struck because the masters deducted the men's contributions in connection with invalidity insurance. ...

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  21. SEIZURE INCIDENT SETTLED.

    It is officially announced that the FrancoItalian incident has been settled. The steamer Carthage will convey the Turkish medical men, who were passengers ...

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  22. TRAGEDIES IN PARIS.

    Pierre Pierri, a sweep, surrendered himself to the police, confessing that he had murdered a girl in her bedroom at the Montmartre Hotel owing to jealously. ...

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  23. ARMED BANK ROBBERS.

    A band of armed men held up the manager and several clerks of the suburban branch of the Royal Bank. They knocked down and stunned one clerk ...

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  24. IMPOSING ON CLERGYMEN.

    A case of a singular nature was dealt with in Fremantle Police Court on Friday, when George Price, a respectablelooking man, 37 years of age, was charged ...

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  25. BRITISH VISITORS IN RUSSIA.

    The Czar received in audience at the Palace the deputation of members of the British Parliament, who are visiting Russia, and afterwards dignitaries of the Court entertained ...

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  26. RHODES SCHOLARS.

    The annual report of the Rhodes Scholarship Trustees states that there were 176 scholars provided for during the year, and sound, though not brilliant work, was done by ...

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  27. BRITISH LABOUR PARTY.

    At the annual conference ot the Labour party, which is being held in Birmingham, a resolution was passed demanding an amendment of the National Insurance Act, ...

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  28. OVERLAND CYCLING.

    Birtles arrived in Melbourne at 20 minutes past 3 yesterday, afternoon, covering 2509 miles in 26 days 5½ hours; beating his previous record by five days. He was delayed ...

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  29. GERMAN ELECTIONS.

    The "red flag" victory at Potsdam is more notable because Herr Liebknecht, who has been, elected, was recently in prison for 13 months, having served the sentence for ...

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  30. PANAMA CANAL.

    The Minister for Commerce has been officially informed that the United States intends to impose a toll of a dollar per ton on shipping passing through the Panama Canal. ...

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  31. ROYALTY IN WASHINGTON.

    The Duke of Counaught, Governor-General of Canada, spent 40 minutes at the White House to-day informally chatting with President Taft, and afterwards received a ...

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  32. INDEX.

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  33. COAL TRADE TROUBLE.

    A sub-commitee representing the mineowners and miners sat for three days in London, endeavouring to find a basis of settlement in regard to the minimum wage ...

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  34. HURRICANE IN THE ISLANDS.

    A hurricane passed over this group during the last 24 hours, the wind here blowing a heavy gale. Wireless reports give the centre of the ...

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  35. DESPATCH BOX MISSING.

    Upon the arrival of the steamer Ozone from Sorrento at a quarter to 7 o'clock on Friday night. Sir Walter Barttelot, aide-de-camp to the Governor-General, discovered that he had ...

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  36. CRUELTY TO CATTLE.

    At the Parramatta District Court on Thursday, before Judge Docker, Elmo Ricbards proceeded against W. H. Vidler, claiming £37 10s money paid for the purchase of ...

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  37. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Champ Clark, Speaker of the House of Representatives, has announced his candidature for the Democratic Presidential nomination. He states that he intends to "stand ...

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  38. THE BAZZARD CASE.

    The judge who is trying Mrs. Hazzard—the "starvation doctor" charged with causing the death of Claire Williamson—acting upon positive evidence that the jury was being ...

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  39. THREE COTTAGES BURNED.

    At Port Pirie on Friday the coroner held an inquiry into a fire which destroyed three cottages. The evidence was to the effect that Besanko and his wife and another man went ...

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  40. GIRL FALLS 50 FEET

    A seusational accident occurred on Tuesday last at Ulupna. Miss Edie Haynes was drawing water from a well by means of a windlass and fron bucket attached to a rope. in ...

    Article : 124 words
  41. Advertising

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  42. KHARTOUM CATHEDRAL.

    The Right Rev. Dr. Ingram, Bishop of London, consecrated Khartoum Cathedral on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of the death of General Gordon. ...

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  43. REDISTRIBUTION.

    Mr. Cann, M.L.A., speaking last night of the proposed redistribution of seats in the New South Wales Parliament, said it was proposed to extend the Broken Hill ...

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  44. THEIR LAST DAY.

    In connection with the disaster at the Barrier Mine it has transpired that at least four of the men killed had decided to cease work in the mine that evening, not owing to any ...

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  45. IMMIGRATION.

    The Commissioner for Crown Lands, Mr. Vaughan, denies the accuracy of a statement made on the hustings that the appointment of a Royal Commission to Inquire into the ...

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  46. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales this afternoon, there was good competition at full rates for fine merinos. American buyers eompeted keenly for best ...

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  47. ENCOUNTER WITH A BURGLAR.

    Mrs. Alfred Harston. Mary-street, St. Kilda, had an encounter with a burglar yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harston left home at 2.30 to go for a drive. On returning Mrs. ...

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  48. AUSTRALIA IN LONDON.

    Sir George Reid has completed the negotiations for the purchase of the Strand site for the Commonwealth offices at a cost of £379,756. ...

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  49. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  50. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    A meeting of the Amalgamated Engineers decided last evening, on the recommendation of the Minister for Railways, Mr. Collier, to meet the Commissioner, in order to arrive ...

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  51. PUBLIC SERVICE APPOINTMENTS.

    Early last year the Wilson Government reappointed Mr. Jull Public Service Commissioner for seven years, and when the present Premier, Mr. Scadden, discovered the fact, he ...

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  52. ATTACKED BY BEES.

    Mr. Albert Genge, junr., had a very unpleasant experience while removing a number of beehives which he had purchased. One of the hives was upset through the cart jolting into ...

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  53. ENGINEERS CEASE WORK.

    The engineers employed at the tramway power-house ceased work to-night. each man coming out as he concluded his shift. Mr. Badger stated this would cause some ...

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  54. REVOLT IN ECUADOR.

    The rebel General Petro Montero, who was [?]tly a popular hero, was captured on [?]nd instant, and lynched by the angry [?] ...

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  55. FARMER'S SUICIDE.

    August Goriong, a farmer at Hampden, and of Mackay, an old resident of the district, committed suicide at his home on Friday night. He had been in ill-health for some time, and ...

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