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  2. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,124 words
  3. FEDERAL SESSION.

    Only one Chamber of the Federal Parliament was open to-day—the House of Representatives. The Senate had a holiday, probably because it had been called upon to meet on ...

    Article : 422 words
  4. TO ANTARCTICA.

    Dr. Mawson, who is to lead the Australian scientific expedition to the Antarctic regions, arrived in Sydney yesterday by the Melbourne express. ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  5. THE KING'S MESSAGE.

    Interesting speeches were delivered at the luncheon held at the show ground, under the auspices of the Royal Agricultural Society to-day. Amongst the large and representative ...

    Article : 1,258 words
  6. LAWS AND IMMIGRANTS.

    The speechmaking at the Melbourne Royal Show yesterday gave occasion for the first public utterance of Lord Denman as Governor-General, and in that way had ...

    Article : 1,970 words
  7. INDUSTRIAL UNREST.

    We have already drawn attention to Mr. Deakin's reference to industrial unrest during his speech on the Address in Reply, but the subject is worth rather fuller ...

    Article : 1,254 words
  8. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    For some weeks now we have been looking upon Parliament as a bear garden, with the Speaker in the principal role. The Opposition has been engaged in baiting him, ...

    Article : 993 words
  9. STATE SESSION.

    It is a tradition of Parliament that when a member rises with a cry of "Privilege" his right to be heard cannot be denied him. Mr. Wade exercised this right yesterday. He had ...

    Article : 461 words
  10. MR. LASSETTER'S FUNERAL.

    The funeral of the late Mr. Frederic Lassetter took place yesterday, the remains being interred at the South Head Cemetery. The body had been removed early in the ...

    Article : 732 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 387 words
  12. PERSONAL.

    The Attorney-General, Mr. Holman, left for the North Coast yesterday. He will motor from Glen Innes to Grafton, where he is to turn the first sod of the Grafton-Glenreagh ...

    Article : 301 words
  13. MINERS ARRESTED.

    In May last 10 of the miners from Mount Kembla were summoned for leaving their places during working hours. The cases extended over several weeks. In the case of one ...

    Article : 267 words
  14. OFF THE RAILS.

    There seems to be some evil genius hovering over the so-called improvements at the live stock unloading siding at the Flemington railway station. ...

    Article : 271 words
  15. WRECKED STEAMER.

    Details of the wreck of the steamer Knight of St. George were received to-day. At the time of the departure of the steamer Atua from Tonga about one-third of the ...

    Article : 143 words
  16. CAUGHT BY BELTING.

    George Miller, whilst engaged sawing timber at Green Vale, sustained severe injureis. The belting, driven by an oil engine, slipped off a pulley at the saw bench. Miller, whilst ...

    Article : 97 words
  17. THE SUGAR COMMISSION.

    No time will be lost in appointing the Sugar Commission of which the Prime Minister spoke on Wednesday. The personnel of the Commission has not yet been decided upon ...

    Article : 60 words
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