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  2. ORGANISATION.

    Education, agitation, and organisation; but the greatest of these is organisation. These are the three watchwords of the Labour army. They loom large in the history ...

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  3. LIBERALISM.

    Prominent Liberals are now talking over a projected organisation of the party throughout the Commonwealth—the establishment of a Federal Liberal and Reform League. ...

    Article : 644 words
  4. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER.

    The trial of Robert Stephen Blacker, charged with wounding Ah Fung, at Mittagong, with intent to murder him, was resumed. Sub-inspector Childs, in charge of the ...

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  5. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 66 words
  6. COOK AND KURNELL.

    On a little rock, sheltering under the southern headlead of Botany Bay, "illustrious Cook. Columbus of our shore," landed on April 28, 1770. We so often refer to the century of ...

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  7. VICTORIA.

    Mr. Justice Isaacs on Wednesday continued the hearing of the action in which Sargood Brothers, warehousemen, are seeking to recover from the Customs Department the sum ...

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  8. SHIPPING.

    Malaita, s, 929 tons, Captain Weatherall, from Port Vila (New [?]ebrides), via Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. Passengers—From New Hebrides: Rev. P. Milne and Mr. Do[?]mere. From Norfolk Island: Messrs. W. ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. SUPERANNUATION FOR TEACHERS.

    A deputation representing the Victoria State School Teachers' Association to-day called upon the Minister for Education (Mr. Billson) to ask for Government recognition of a scheme ...

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  10. SUNKEN LIGHTER REMOVED.

    The lighter, Jules Marie, which was sunk during Monday night's storm just astern of the R.M. liner Orvieto at Port Melbourne, was successfully removed this afternoon about an ...

    Article : 89 words
  11. DEPARTURES.—April 28.

    Prinz Sigismund, s, for Newcastle. Linden, s, for Brisbane. Kilibia, s, for Brisbane. Killoran, bq. for West Coast, via Newcastle. ...

    Article : 42 words
  12. SHIP'S OFFICER EXONERATED.

    The Court of Marine Inquiry gave its decision to-day in the charge preferred against Alexander Brand that while acting as chief engineer of the steamer Kirkdale on April 8 ...

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  13. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—April 29.

    Hagen, s, for Antwerp and Hamburg, via Suez; Grantala, s, for Melbourne; Woy Woy, s, for Gosford, Wyong, and Brisbane W[?]ter; Hawkesbury, s, for the Hawkesbury River, Pittwater, and Newport; ...

    Article : 80 words
  14. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,052 words
  15. CLEARANCES.—April 28.

    Linden, s, 4188 tons, Captain Mildahn, for Brisbane. Kilibia, s, 4930 tons, Captain Stewart, for Brisbane. Killoran, Br bq, 1569 tons, Captain Clancarty, for the West Coast, via Newcastle. ...

    Article : 77 words
  16. TYPHOID OUTBREAK.

    Two fresh cases of typhoid fever were reported to-day. This brings the total number of cases in the city to 105 that have been traced to one milk supply. ...

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  17. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—April 28.

    Drayton Grange, s, for New Zealand ports, via Newcastle; Kanowna, s, for Fremantle, via ports; Omrah, R.M.S., for London, via ports; Grantala, s, for Melbourne; Westralia, s, for [?]obar[?] ...

    Article : 35 words
  18. TIMBER STACKERS' STRUCK OVER.

    The timber stackers' strike terminated today. The men have been granted three representatives on the new wages board, and return to work to-morrow. ...

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  19. MOVEMENTS OF OVERSEA STEAMERS.

    Marmora, R.M.S. (P. and O. [?]) arrived at Colombo from Fremantle on Wednesday morning, en route from Sydney to London. Iserlohn, s (German-Australian line), left Algoa Bay, ...

    Article : 108 words
  20. GOLD SHIPMENTS.

    Gold shipments by the R.M.S. Morea amounted to £28,053 8s 2d, as follows:—P. and O. S.N. Company, £3000, for London; Bank of New South Wales, 2367oz bullion, ...

    Article : 49 words
  21. LIVE STOCK RETURN.

    The return of live stock in Victoria for the year ended March 31 is as follows:—Horses, 442,829; cattle, 1,549,640; sheep, 12,937,983; pigs, 217,921. The increases compared with ...

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  22. MALAITA FROM THE ISLANDS.

    Burns, Philp, and Co.'s island steamer Malaita returned to Sy[?]y from the New Hebrides last evening and berthed at 6 p.m. at the Federal Wharf. Captain Wetherall reports having left Sydney on April 1, and ...

    Article : 230 words
  23. DESPATCH RIDING.

    A military despatch for instructional purposes took place to-day between Cobden and Colac, a distance of 38 miles. A message was despatched from Cobden, and it was delivered ...

    Article : 71 words
  24. THE STATE PROGRAMME.

    There is considerable difference of opinion in political circles concerning the prospects of the Liberal party at the State elections in September. ...

    Article : 525 words
  25. A WEDDING TROUSSEAU.

    Judge Chomley to-day concluded the hearing of the action in which Samuel Mann, trading under the style of "The Fair," Sydney-road, Brunswick, is seeking to obtain from ...

    Article : 167 words
  26. THE YAWATA MARU'S PROGRAMME.

    Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited (managing agents for the Nippon Yusen Kaisha in Australasia), draw attention to the sailing of the Japanese mail steamer Yawata Maru from Melbourne on May 11, and ...

    Article : 62 words
  27. "IN THE NAME OF THE KING."

    A man named Samuel Cohen was charged in the Criminal Court yesterday with having refused to assist Plain-clothes Constable Hickling in the execution of his duty when ...

    Article : 154 words
  28. NEWCASTLE.

    The Northern Mining Board, of which Judge Scholes is Chairman, is still sitting in consultation with counsel from both sides. It is understood that splendid progress has been ...

    Article : 136 words
  29. ILMA WITH NEW ZEALAND TIMBER.

    After a smart ran of 10 days with a cargo of 224,000 feet of timber from Auckland, the barquentine Ilma arrived here yesterday, and anchored in Johnstone's Bay. The voyage was an uneventful one. ...

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  30. THE HANDA ISLE SPOKES.

    The barquentine Handa Isle, which sailed from Newcastle on April 1 for Auckland was spoken off the North Cape of New Zealand on the 20th inst. by the barquentine Ilma, which arrived here yesterday. ...

    Article : 63 words
  31. BREADCARTERS FINED.

    Several prosecutions of an unusual character took place at the police court on Tuesday, before Mr. T. H. Wilkinson, S.M. which resulted in a number of bakers being fined for failing to ...

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  32. WESTRALIA MEETS HEAVY WEATHER.

    Captain H. J. Kell, commander of the Huddart, Parker liner Westralia, which arrived here yesterday with 40 passengers from Hobart, states that after passing Eddystone heavy W.S.W. gales were ...

    Article : 56 words
  33. A STOLEN RIDE.

    A stolen ride in a tiain proved fatal to John Birmingham, aged 12 years, to-day. Last night, with another lad named Walker, he boarded a stationary goods train in the ...

    Article : 127 words
  34. ORVIETO DUE THIS MORNING.

    The Orient Company's R.M.S. Orvieto, from London, signalled Wilson's Promontory at 2.5 yesterday morning and is expected to enter Port Jackson at about 6 o'clock this morning. ...

    Article : 53 words
  35. WEIGHING COAL.

    The Newcastle Chamber of Commerce has received a reply from the Chief Commissioner for Railways in regard to its complaint that the coal-weighing machines in use at ...

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  36. OMRAH TO SAIL FROM GERMAN WHARF.

    It was yesterday decided to despatch the Orient Company's R.M.S. Omrah from the Norddeutscher Lloyd wharf, on the western side of the Circular Quay, on her homeward voyage at noon to-morrow. The ...

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  37. SAILING VESSELS DUE.

    The following sailing vessels are now due at Sydney:- Drummuir, 4-mstd bq, from Hastings Mills, 76 days. Dudhope, sh, from Albany, 24 days. ...

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  38. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281m).—Arr: April 28, Star of Scotland, s, from Sydney. WHANGAREL.—Dep: April 28, County of Anglesea, Russian bq, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 29 words
  39. A NOVEL MENU.

    That humour is not wanting amongst the University students is exemplified by the novel menu which was prepared for the Engineering Association's annual dinnor, held at the ...

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  40. THE TORONTO TRAMWAY.

    Now that the Government has given its promise that the Toronto tramway will be taken over and a service run in conjunction with the Newcastle suburban traffic, providing that ...

    Article : 112 words
  41. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 8 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Eden.—Merimbula, 11 a.m. ...

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  42. BAR HARBOURS.

    The following telegrams were received yesterday respecting the condition of the various bar harbours:— Camden Haven Heads, bar 7ft, rise 4ft, channel throughout from end of south wall; Harrington, last ...

    Article : 73 words
  43. MUSWELLBROOK-WERRIWA RAILWAY.

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works took evidence in the Denman Court House on Tuesday morning, with regard to the expediency of constructing a railway ...

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  44. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    TWEED HEADS (374m).—Arr: April 27, Normanby, s, at 8.20 p.m., from Brisbane. April 28, a small motor launch, at noon, from the north. Passed: April 28, one of the A.U.S.N. Co.'s strs., at 6.25 a.m; ...

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  45. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICERS.

    At the meeting of the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce to-day Mr. T. M. O'Neill was reelected president, Mr. H. V. Harris was elected vice-president, and Mr. C. A. Earp ...

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  46. SECURITY FOR MANUFACTURERS.

    Speeches by Mr. Fisher, Mr. Hughes, and Senator Pearce were delivered in the Essendon Town Hall to-night, the occasion being a social evening, at which Mr. J. E. Fenton, ...

    Article : 219 words
  47. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    The official declaration of the poll for the East Sydney seat in the House of Representatives will be made at noon to-morrow at the Manchester Unity Hall. The ballot-box for the ...

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  48. POLITICAL FIGHTING FUND.

    At last' night's meeting of the Labour Council consideration was given to the question of establishing a political fighting fund in connection with the industrial section of the ...

    Article : 358 words
  49. COAL AND OTHER EXPORTS.

    The following vessels were cleared at the Newcastle Customs-house yesterday:—Era, s, for Melbourne, with 3150 tons coal and 350 tons, bunkers; Mallina, s, for Brisbane and ...

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  50. SYDNEY MADRIGAL SOCIETY.

    The Sydney Madrigal and Chamber Music Society successfully opened a new season at St. James's Hall last night. Mr. W. Arundel Orchard again conducted a full choir of about two score carefully chosen voices, ...

    Article : 497 words
  51. INFORMAL SENATE VOTES.

    The returns for the Senate voting in this State show that there were 23,000 informal votes. Altogether 512,000 votes were polled. The papers accounted bad were, therefore, not ...

    Article : 62 words
  52. QUEENSLAND.

    The Governor in Council has approved of scientific baking and milling being added to the syllabus of instruction in technical colleges, and an endowment rate of 50s in the £ ...

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  53. CASUALTIES.

    William Isles, married, was the victim of an accident while engaged in boring in the Stanford colliery. A shot exploded, and Isles received its full force. It is expected that ...

    Article : 73 words
  54. SIR JOHN QUICK CONGRATULATED.

    The members of the Bendigo branch of the Commonwealth Liberal League, at a meeting to-night, congratulated Sir John Quick on his victory, and it was proposed to ...

    Article : 83 words
  55. AN EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE.

    About eight months ago a young Chinese named Ah Wang, aged 19, was permitted by the Federal authorities to land and join his father, a market gardener at Eugowra, having been ...

    Article : 98 words
  56. CROWN LANDS FOR SELECTION.

    The Executive Council has approved of the opening of 259 portions, or 334,775 acres, of Queensland Crown lands for selection. ...

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  57. THIEVES BUSY.

    Jewellery to the value of £30, the property of Miss Ella Lee, was stolen on Wednesday from her room in a house in Wentworth-street, Glebe. ...

    Article : 90 words
  58. Advertising

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  59. IRON HAND OF LABOUR.

    Mr. Guy, general secr[?]ry of the Tasmanian Workers' Political League, stated to-day that the attention of the central executive had been drawn to the fact that the action of Mr. ...

    Article : 135 words
  60. TASMANIA.

    The White Star liner Runic left on Wednesday for London and Liverpool, with the last shipment of this season's apples for London and Liverpool, taking 47,000 cases. The ...

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  61. Advertising

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