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  2. STRIKE EXTENDS. DEEP-SEA WORK TO STOP.

    The strike position has become more serious than ever. A repetition of the great industrial upheaval of 1890 is even possible. If has been decided that the deep-sea ...

    Article : 613 words
  3. VACANT PORTFOLIO.

    Expectations politically were centred yesterday on the selection of a member of the State Labour party to receive the portfolio of the Chief Secretary. The caucus took ...

    Article : 662 words
  4. RAILWAY COLLISION. AT PICTON LAKES.

    A collision that narrowly escaped assuming the form of a catastrophe occurred at Picton Lakes, on the main southern line, on Tuesday night. The Melbourne, mail and a stock ...

    Article : 657 words
  5. THE CAUCUS FIRST.

    There was a meeting of the Labour caucus yesterday and Ministers therefore sacrificed the deputations appointed to wait upon them. The Minister for Lands (Mr. Beeby), it ...

    Article : 538 words
  6. TRIPOLI HORROR. SLAUGHTER IN THE OASIS.

    The Tripoli correspondent of the "Times," describing the slaughter of Arabs in the oasis near the town, last week, says that the Italians set themselves to [?] ...

    Article : 110 words
  7. FLIGHT. EMPEROR VANISHES.

    The Chinese newspapers here publish a Peking despatch stating that the Emperor and the Dowager Empress have f[?] and that all trace of them has Leen lost. ...

    Article : 67 words
  8. JOY AMONG THE CHINESE.

    There is great rejoicing among the Chinese in Sydney over the edict granting a Constitution with a Cabinet, and the pardon of political exiles. Extraordinary Issues of the ...

    Article : 451 words
  9. A VICTIM'S STORY.

    William Morrissey, a Melbourne resident, one of the passengers injured in the railway collision at Picton Lakes, was admitted to the hospital at Bowral between 3 and 4 o'clock ...

    Article : 426 words
  10. TURKISH SUCCESSES DENIED.

    The Turkish reports as to the defeat of the Italian troops in Tripoli have been officially declared to be baseless. ...

    Article : 28 words
  11. IMPERIAL ADVANCE CHECKED.

    The advance of the Imperial force towards Hanyang has been checked, despite the fact [?] rebles lost three field [?] ...

    Article : 255 words
  12. WORK AND WAGES. THE RAILWAY TROUBLE.

    The London and North-western Railway Company have increased the wages and shortened the hours of duty of their employees, the change involving an additional expenditure of ...

    Article : 89 words
  13. TAXI DRIVERS' STRIKE.

    Six hundred taxi-cab drivers in Lond[?] have struck in sympathy with a comrade who was not allowed to take out his cab on the ground that he was withholding from the proprietor ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. "MUCH OVER-RATED."

    The military expert of the "Times," after witnessing the German and French man[?] res, has come to the conclusion that the German army is "much over-rated," and that the ...

    Article : 116 words
  15. PREMONITION OF DANGER.

    Mr. Harry Waring, a passenger by the mail train, who now lies in bed at his residence, Gordon-road, Chatswood, suffering from the shock, when seen last night by a "Herald" ...

    Article : 227 words
  16. MINERS' DEATH ROLL.

    Giving evidence before the Royal Commission on miners lung complaints, Mr. Montgomery, State mining engineer, said he thought lung diseases were more prevalent ...

    Article : 284 words
  17. POST AND TELEGRAPH EMPLOYEES.

    The Postmaster-General (Mr. H. L. Samuel) has promised that a select committee will be appointed in 1913 to inquire into the wages and other conditions of post and telegraph ...

    Article : 35 words
  18. FREE LABOUR CANDIDATES.

    The annual report presented at the National Free Labour Congress [?] that the association would run its own candidates at the next ...

    Article : 31 words
  19. IMPERIAL CO-OPERATION.

    The Earl of Selborne, in addressing an Imperial Mission meeting at the Quean's Hall last night, said that each Parliament of the [?]sea Dominions would decide for itself in ...

    Article : 125 words
  20. PEACEFUL PICKETING.

    While the National Free Labour Congress was discussing the question of amending the peaceful picketing clause of the Trades Disputes Act, it was mentioned that during the ...

    Article : 87 words
  21. PREMIER AND GENERAL.

    The Ministry is resigning, and an edic[?] is to be issued immediately proclaiming General Yuan Shih Kai Premier. The latter has gone to the front. He is ...

    Article : 98 words
  22. "I'LL PULL YOUR NOSE!"

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 174 words
  23. THE MEETING.

    The hall was packed to the doors with [?] dense crowd, and numbers who found it impossible to get into the room, or that the room with is crowd was too oppressive, ...

    Article : 237 words
  24. SCADDEN GOVERNMENT.

    The return of the new Labour Ministry was probably responsible for the unusual interest displayed in the opening of the first session of the eighth Parliament this afternoon, the ...

    Article : 605 words
  25. THE INJURED.

    W. MORRISSEY, Kerry-street, Collingwood (Vic.), cut in groin and leg. H. A. VICKERY, Lake Midgeon, Narrandera, cut in groin. ...

    Article : 355 words
  26. TREATIES AND THE DOMINIONS.

    In the House of Commons last night Mr.F. D. Ackland, Parliamentary Secretary to the Foreign Office, in reply to Mr. H. J. Mackinder (Unionist), said he was aware that every ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. A GRIM ROAST.

    The rebel troops at Taiyuan[?] boast that they killed 2000 Man[?] soldires and [?] in cold blood. ...

    Article : 23 words
  28. AN IMPERIAL HOSPITAL.

    The Marquis of Anglesey, General Sir James Bevan-Edwards, Sir H. C. Rason, Mr. B. Morgan, and Dr. Harvey Hillard have raised £18,000 to erect in St. Vincent Square a ...

    Article : 88 words
  29. BURSTING OF A BOOM.

    The London "Times" of October 5 contains an article by Mr. Gerard W. Williams, A.I.M.M., on the Bullfinch Proprietary mine. It says:—"The Government, realising too late ...

    Article : 267 words
  30. "NOT MERE WORDS."

    The President of the National Assembly yesterday announced that the Regent had Sent assurances that the e[?] granting the Constitution would be faithfully carried ...

    Article : 50 words
  31. COMMONWEALTH OIL.

    The Admiralty has tested the Commonwealth Oil Company's shale oil, and pronounced it suitable for the Australian cruisers, also [?] internal combustion propelling engines in ...

    Article : 37 words
  32. A STIRRING CAREER.

    The retirement of Mr. Alexander Binning Walker, the man who shot Thunderbolt, from the position of Superintendent of Police in the Southern district of this State will ...

    Article : 433 words
  33. IMMIGRATION.

    Mr. W. L. Bail[?], Victorian Minister for Works, in a letter to the "Times" says that it is sign[?] that the Federal Labour Government is spending more money than any ...

    Article : 87 words
  34. INDEX. NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 214 words
  35. AMONGST THE MEN.

    The vote at the meeting to extend the strike was carried with only three or four dissentients. Just as the meeting held a week previously in the Town Hall. The cheering of ...

    Article : 322 words
  36. FIGHT IN A PRISON.

    Several criminals in attempting to escapo from [?] prison, Minsk, Western Russia, killed a warder. They then seized his revolver and keys, and liberated 105 prisoners. ...

    Article : 68 words
  37. BOXER INDEMNITY.

    A committee of the House of Representatives has opened an inquiry into the connection of Mr. J.W. Foster, ex-Sercretary of State, and Mr. E. H. Conger, ex-Minister to ...

    Article : 111 words
  38. CHOLERA IN INDIA.

    An outbreak of cholera has occurred among the Royal Scots and Lothian regiments in cantonments at Benares. Out of 18 cases five proved fatal within 4 ...

    Article : 41 words
  39. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 178 words
  40. RIVAL LOVERS.

    Leslie Arthur Oxenbury, a farmer at Mirboo, was charged, on remind, at the Dandenong Court yesterday, with having wounded Henry Frank Reedy, near Dandenong, on ...

    Article : 202 words
  41. TALLOW SALES.

    At the sales of Australian and New Zealand tallow to-day 909 casks were offered, of which 186 were sold. The prices were:—Mutton: Fine, 38/6 medium, 36/. Beef: Fine 36/3; ...

    Article : 41 words
  42. ROZELLE RESIDENT'S VERSION.

    Among the injured passengers on the mail train was Mr. W. J. Holden, a resident of Evans-street, Rozelle, who was confined to his bed suffering from a deep cut across his ...

    Article : 419 words
  43. PLAGUE IN ENGLAND.

    The Local Government Board announces that a seaman admitted to sick qu[?] at the naval barracks at Shotley, Suffolk, on October 10, developed symptoms of p[?] but ...

    Article : 87 words
  44. NEGLIGENT DRIVER.

    At the Fitzroy Court to-day George Russell, a cabdriver, was charged with having been wilfully guilty of injuring a person through negligence in driving. ...

    Article : 223 words
  45. ORE BOAT DISCHARGES.

    The steamer Karitane, with a cargo of bullion from the west coast of Tasmania, yesterday went alongside the Orient Wharf, and, despite the strike, proceeded to discharge her ...

    Article : 125 words
  46. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 73 words
  47. DYNAMITE CAP EXPLODES.

    An extraordinary claim for damages formed the subject of proceedings in the Albury Small Debts Court on Tuesday, when F. A. Carisbrook sued John Pitt for the recovery of £10 ...

    Article : 134 words
  48. SHIPWRECKED CREW.

    The officers and crew of the wrecked steamer, Knight of St. George, arrived in Sydney yesterday by the Union Company's steamer Tofua, from the Islands. Twenty-six ...

    Article : 125 words
  49. NATIONAL INSURANCE BILL.

    With a view to establishin reciprocity with the colonies, a new clause has been added to the National Insurance [?] oviding that when an insured person goes to a colony and ...

    Article : 72 words
  50. JEALOUS WIDOW.

    A curious case of female j[?]ousy has occurred in Christchurch. A widow entered a house at 1 o'clock in the morning and threw cayenne pepper into the face of a domestic ...

    Article : 89 words
  51. A CAUTIOUS MINISTER.

    In the Assembly yesterday Mr. Perry asked the Premier: "is the hon. gentleman aware that the Federal Attorney-General says, he has no power to interfere in this quarrel ...

    Article : 175 words
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