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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 979 words
  3. A CHINESE ENTENTE.

    There might have been, no devastating revolution in China-nothing but the most peaceful conditions there—for all the notice the Chinese who gathered at Clontarf on ...

    Article : 286 words
  4. Family Notices

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  5. NEW ZEALAND.

    Parliament will close to-morrow. The supplementary estimates include votes of £100 to the Captain Cook memorial; Coronation subsidies to local bodies, £24,000; Seddon ...

    Article : 96 words
  6. WIRELESS STATIONS.

    While the Federal Government has spent two years in partially establishing two wireless stations 26 private stations have been erected and equipped in the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 328 words
  7. A LIGHTNING SKETCHER.

    Mr. Bert Levy, who left Australia practieally unknown inne years ago, and who is now acknowledged as one of the leading lightning sketch artists on the vaudeville stage of ...

    Article : 304 words
  8. ESPERANTO CONGRESS.

    The first australian Esperarto congress was held in Adelaide to-day, at the university. It was opened in the Governor, Sir Day Bosanquet. ...

    Article : 274 words
  9. NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT.

    The session of the New Zealand Parliament closed at midnight on Saturday. In his closing remarks, Sir James Ward said he had to give instructions to his lawyers ...

    Article : 265 words
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  11. FATAL FALL.

    At the morgue yesterday Dr. Cole, the coroner, held an inquest into the circumstances surrounding the death of Thomas William Worrall, 34 years, a labourer, married, ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. VICTORIAN RIFLE SHOOTING.

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  13. BLACK NOR-EASTER.

    Forty-six points of rain wre recorded at Ulladulla, and 21 at Moruya. This was the only rainfall reported in New South Wales during the past 48 hours, which was the ...

    Article : 168 words
  14. NEWCASTLE.

    Work at the collieries in the Maitland and Newcastle districts has been fairly brisk during the past fortnight. Nine pits enjoyed full time, and seven others worked 10 days. ...

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  15. BOTTLE WORKERS.

    A deputation of bottle workers waited upon the Minister for External Affairs, Mr. Thomas, and placed before him a number of figures intended to show that employment in ...

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  16. ORNITHOLOGISTS' SESSION.

    The Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union is now holding its eleventh annual session in Sydney. On Saturday morning the interstate visitors were welcomed. In the ...

    Article : 295 words
  17. PERTH TRAMWAYS.

    The manager of the Perth tramways (Mr. Somerset), says the London directors, have agreed to submit the Mayor's (Alderman Molloy) offer of £450,000 for the tramways, but ...

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  18. LIFEBUOY PICKED UP.

    On Saturday afternoon it was reported to the master of the pilot steamer Captain Cook that a lifebuoy had been seen floating off The Gap. The Captain Cook proceeded outside ...

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  19. CASUALTIES. DEATH IN A CAB.

    On the arrival of tho 10.5 p.m. train at Petersham last night one of the passengers, an elderly lady, complained to a fellow-passenger of illness. She was taken in a cab to the ...

    Article : 89 words
  20. RAILWAY SUPERANNUATION.

    During the quarter ending with September the Railway Service Superannuation Board authorised 65 pensions to officers over 60 years of age, amounting to £4061 17s per annum. Four of the officers have since ...

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  21. ASSISTANCE FOR ORPHANS.

    Some time ago two new arrivals from the old country, Mr. and Mrs. Munro, were drowned nt Lowood, leaving four children, aged 5 to 14, without relatives. Four days ago a ...

    Article : 58 words
  22. A FATAL PALL.

    Lucy Trensky, 38, a married woman, living with her husband in Tottenham-street, Glebe, died in Sydney Hospital yesterday, as the result of injuries received through falling down ...

    Article : 143 words
  23. OODNADATTA RAILWAY.

    The Treasurer, Mr. Vaughan, interviewed the Prime Minister, Mr. Fisher, while in Melbourne last week, with respect to payment of the interest on the Oodnadatta raliway, ...

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  24. RIFLE SHOOTING. MUSKETRY DAY AT RANDWICK.

    Club shooting was off at Ranwick on Saturday. All the targest, both at the big range and at Long Bay, were given over to military units and riflemen anxious to get through the compulsory musketry course. Next ...

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  25. TRAdES AND LABOUR. DENTAL MECHANICS' UNION.

    The Dental Mechanics' Union of New South Wales is making application for a wages board to cover employees in dental workrooms. The union has already secured in agreement with the Dental Council, ...

    Article : 52 words
  26. PROPOSED LABOURERS' FEDERATION.

    The conference at which the proposal to form a Labourers' federation extending throughout Australia is to be discussed is meeting in Melbourne The sittings commenced last Thursday, Eleven societies are ...

    Article : 54 words
  27. M.D.R.A. COMPETITION'S.

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  28. MAN'S SERIOUS FALL.

    Patrick Daley, 38, a stonemason, residing at the Salvation Army Home, Sussex-street, fell on the pavement in that street on Saturday, and sustained a fractured skull. The Civil ...

    Article : 45 words
  29. THE THIRD RAIL.

    Experimente are to be made by the Commonwealth Railway Engineer, Mr. Henry Deane, for the purpose of testing the suitbility of reinforced concrete railway sleepers. ...

    Article : 247 words
  30. COLLIERY INDUSTRY.

    Much uneasiness exists in colliery circles at present regarding the relations between the proprietors and men. Some time ago the proprietors decided to have nothing more to do with conciliation, and ...

    Article : 309 words
  31. FALL FROM A LAUNCH.

    While returning in a launch from the Leichhardt Amateur Fishing Club's annual picnic to the Hawkesbury River yesterday, William Brady, 35, living in Norwood-street, ...

    Article : 157 words
  32. FATALITY IN A MINE.

    Edward Dennis, a miner, was fatally injured in South Blocks mine on Friday night. He leaves a widow and two young children. ...

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  33. SERIOUS INJURIES.

    Patrick McMahon, a miner, residing between Coledale and Scarborough, was last night found lying unconscious on the railway line near Coledale. Dr. Steele's services were obtained, ...

    Article : 65 words
  34. HANDICAP ALLOTMENTS.

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  35. DASHED INTO TRAIN.

    A sensational accident occurred at Colac on Friday.[?] rs. Rush was driving in a gig, when the horse bolted, and reached the level crossing as the train was passing. The horse ...

    Article : 64 words
  36. MORE IMMIGRANTS.

    The New Zealand Company's steamer Pakcha, specially chartered by the New South Wales Government to convey immigrants to New South Wales from London (via ...

    Article : 46 words
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