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  2. NAVAL COLLEGE SITE BAERANJOEY NAMED.

    It is understood that Barranjoey is favoured by the Naval Board as a suitable site for the Commonwealth naval college. "My report respecting suitable sites for the ...

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  3. FIGHTING IN PAPUA.

    The Department of External Affairs has received the following report from Mr. Staniforth Smith, the Administrator' of Papua:— "Mr. William Little, accompanied by Messrs. ...

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  4. MURDEROUS ATTACK.

    James Smith yesterday made a murderous attack on his two mates, William Wake, aged 28 years, and Edward Butler, who were engaged with him clearing land near ...

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  5. EMPIRE SPORTS.

    There was a large attendance at the Festival of Empire yesterday to witness the Empire sports. The weather was fine and cold, but a blustering wind was blowing. ...

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  6. THE NEAR EAST.

    The situation in Albania has again become threatening. It is stated that Skefket Turgut Pasha, the Commiindor-in-Chief of the Turkish ...

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  7. THE SAILOR KING.

    The Coronation nnvnl review took place at Spithend yesterday. King George and Queen Mary, and the visiting Royalties, reached Portsmouth at ...

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  8. LONDONN FESTIVITIES. ROYAL PROCESSION.

    Sixty thousand troops under Lord Kitchener lined the streets along the route of the Royal progress through London today. ...

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  9. DECORATIONS AND ILLUMINATIONS.

    It is estimated that the decorations and illuminations in the city cost in the aggregate a quarter of a million sterling. Despite torrents of rain, many thousands ...

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  10. DINNER AT THE FOREIGN OFFICE.

    The King nnd Queen dined this evening at the Foreign Office with Sir Edward Grey (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) and Lady Grey. ...

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  11. THE SEIZED VESSELS.

    At the Broome Court on Wednesday William Samuel Smith, master of the schooner Harriet, and Rebo Doro, master of the schooner Fortum, two vessels seized by H.M.A.S. ...

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  12. YOUNG SONS OF ANAK.

    The "Dally Telegraph" states that a notable feature of yesterday's procession was the presence of the overseas Premiers, "The magnificent troops from New ...

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  13. ROMANCE OF A PICTURE.

    Mr. Pierpont Morgan, the American millionaire, now holds Gainsborough's famous picture, "The Duchess of Devonshire," which was once stolen from Agnew's in ...

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  14. UNITED STATES POLITICS.

    On being informed of President Taft's intention veto any tariff bill, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr. Champ Clark, declared yesterday that the ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN COMMENTS.

    Australian visitors, especially Victorians, comment on the absence of tangible expressions of Australia's presence in the Coronation processions. New Zealand's arch ...

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  16. AN AUSTRALIAN'S DEATH.

    Mr. Alexander Landale, who was to represent the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria at the Norwich Show, had to run to catch a special train to Norwich, and ...

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  17. VICTORIAN FLOODS.

    To-day and yesterday have been anxious days for residents and stockowners on the Eastern Goulburn. Numerous breaks that have occurred in the levee banks at Loch ...

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  18. SANDBAGGED.

    A case of robbery with violence was yesterday brought under the notice of the Leichhardt police. The victim of the assault is a Chinese vegetable hawker, known as Bart Lee ...

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  19. THE LONDON POLICE.

    A feature of the pageants has been the absence of accidents and police cases. The police plans for the safely of the huge crowds yesterday evoked cheers in ...

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  20. GETTING THE CREWS.

    Senator M'Gregor, Acting Minister of Defence, arrived in Sydney on Saturday. He is attending the opening of the military college at the Federal capital site to-morrow. A ...

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  21. CURIOUS GAOL INCIDENT.

    A convict named Wicker, who had been sentenced for passing a fraudulent cheque, opened a letter in gaol a few days ago, inviting him to President Taft's silver ...

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  22. DECLARATION OF LONDON.

    The "Law Journal," describing the campaign against the Declaration of London as "fallacious and ill-informed," declares that the Chambers of Commerce and of ...

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  23. THE CASUAL SCOUT.

    An airman, Cokely, fell [?]to the Saskatchewan River yesterday, after ascending from the carnival grounds at Medicine Hat, in the Assiniboia district. ...

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  24. CELEBRATIONS IN INDIA.

    Private and unofficial celebrations of the Coronation were universal throughout India, all classes and creeds participating in religious services and the feeding of the ...

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  25. FAMILY QUARREL.

    Thomas Riley has been arrestel on a charge of bhooting his brother, Barney, dead The brothers had a drunken squabble last night. The two men, who are miners, ...

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  26. CONTRACT IMMIGRANTS.

    The Acting Minister for Exte[?] Affairs. Senator Findley, has received an application from Messrs. Gray Bros., forge masters engineers, and shipbuilders, of Williamstown, ...

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  27. THE QUEEN MOTHER.

    Queea Alexandra cabled to Earl Grey, Governor-General of Canada, yesterday:— "Accept my deep-felt thanks for your kind words and thoughts of me during the ...

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  28. INDEX. NEWS.

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  29. RECIPROCITY.

    President Taft will veto any tariff bills submitted, as he is determined that the Reciprocity Hill shall pass. Twelve Democratic senators, after a ...

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  30. FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION.

    A boiler burst on the river packet St. Joseph yesterday. Five negroes were blown into the liver and killed, and several others were mortally iujured. The ...

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  31. THE NAVAL UNIT.

    There is to be no radical change in the naval world as the result of the ultimate establishment of the Australian Fleet. It is merely a change in the system of control. ...

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  32. NAVVIES FOR QUEENSLAND.

    On Saturday morning early the navvies from the steamer Kalpara landed at Pinkenba. Mr. Lewis, Superintendent of Railways, boarded the vessel in the bay on Thursday last, and ...

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  33. CORRUPTION IN RUSSIA.

    The trial of two generals, 21 colonels, 28 captains, and four State councillors, in connection with the Moscow Supply Department, on charges of extortion and ...

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  34. REVOLT IN YEMEN.

    Reuter's correspondent reports that a stroug force of rebels surprised the Turkish troops near Geza[?]. Yemen. One thousand Turkish troops were killed, ...

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  35. BURGLARS AND POLICE.

    A sensational encounter between police and burglars occurred at Exeter station, on the Adelaido to Semaphore line, early on Sunday morning. Shortly before 1 o'clock two ...

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  36. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  37. STATE COAL MINE.

    Mr. Stamp, chairman of directors of the Outtrim. Howitt, and the British Consolidated Coal Company, informed a meeting of shareholders on Friday that it was not only a difficulty to ...

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  38. LAWN TENNIS ON SUNDAY.

    A proposal has been made that the N.S.W. Lawn Tennis Vssociation should arringe for the opening of the courts under the control of the association on Sundays, so that lawn ...

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  39. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Rudall, of Adelaide, has been awarded the degree of Bachelor of Literature by Oxford University for researches on the foundation of South Australia. ...

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  40. A SHOCKING MISHAP.

    Five children at Poboyanka, in the Akkerman district, in the course of their play, climbed into an irou safe, the lid of which had been propped open with a piece of ...

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  41. FRENCH POLITICS.

    The Cabinet has resigned owing to an adverse vote of the Chamber of Deputies on the Ministry wishing to retain command of the army, and declining to appoint a ...

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  42. TO-DAY.

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  43. MOTOR LAUNCH WRECKED.

    The motor launch R.S.K., which left Hobson's Bay for Sydney 10 days ago, has been wrecked near Marlo, on the Victorian coast. The two men on board were saved. ...

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  44. NEWSPAPERS AND CRIME.

    At. the Congress of the American Academy of Medicine yesterday, a debate took place on the influence of newspapers on the spread of crime and suicide, as the ...

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  45. METHYLATED SPIRITS.

    Evidence it an inquest yesterday show ed that the practice of drinking methylated spirits, which is alleged to be prevalent in Sydney and to a less extent in Melbournne, may ...

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  46. WEEK-END RAILWAY TICKETS.

    The president or the Bowral branch ot the Young Women's Christian Association recently wrote to, the Railway Commissioners asking that the present conditions regarding ...

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  47. A NEW TRUST.

    The secretaries of 14 retail lumber dealers' associations have been indicted for an alleged violation of the anti-trust law. It would appear that a new variety of ...

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  48. NOVEL REQUEST.

    At a meeting of the Tramway Employees Association to-day the following motion was carried:—"That the general manager ot the Tramways Trust be asked that all men in the ...

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  49. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    The Allan, the Blue Anchor, and the Donaldson lines have paid the increases in wages demanded by the seamen, an, have recognised the unions, but there are still ...

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  50. STATE COURT DECISIONS.

    Only one decision out of six of a State Court has stood the test of appeal to the High Court during the sittings which concluded on Friday. ...

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  51. SUICIDE BY BURNING.

    The body of a tutor named Gibbons was discovered near the house of his employer burnt to a [?]nder in the ashes of a wood fire. He left a letter, which intimated his intention of ...

    Article : 67 words
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