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  2. STATE POLICY.

    The criticism by Mr. M'Gowen, publishes in yesterday's "Herald," on the policy speech delivered at Chatswood on Tuesday night prompted the Premier to examine the figures ...

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  3. ST. JAMES' CRISIS.

    At a meeting of St. James' parishioners last evening the following motion was carried with unanimity:- Tile congregation of St. James' Sydney, in meeting ...

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  4. SHOCKING TEAGEDY. I

    Koetong, 17 miles 'from Tallangatta, was the scene yesterday of a terrible double tragedy. A demented woman named Thompson led her three children away from home with ...

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  5. THE RADIUM BANK.

    "A radium bank is to my knowledge a successful means of enabling the smaller hospitals and institutions to obtain radium," sa[?] Professor Anderson Stuart yesterday, "and ...

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  6. NAVAL ADMINISTRATION.

    Mr. R. M'Kenna, First Lord of the. Admiralty, in Committee of Supply in the House of Commons last night; announced that the Estimates provided for a hospital ...

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  7. THE ITALIAN EARTHQUAKE,

    King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Elena have arrived at Avellino. The Queen visited the injured in the hospital. King Victor Emmanuel has also visited ...

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  8. RECIPROCITY OUTLOOK.

    The Toronto correspondent of the "Times" confidently asserts that Canada will cnter with hesitation and reluctance into trade relations with the United States. ...

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  9. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    The Imperial Parliament reassembled yesterday. In the House of Lords Earl Beauchamp, the Lord High Steward, read a message ...

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  10. LIVERPOOL COLD STOEAGE.

    Cold stores have been opened, at Bootle, Liverpool, containing a space of 300,000 cubic feet, at a cost of £4000. The stores are adaptable for all frozen ...

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  11. OLIVE LEAP FROM UNIONISTS.

    At a tarin reform meeting yesterday Mr. W. H. Long, M.P. (Unioulst), said that if any efforts at a peaceful settlement of the question of the powers of the House of ...

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  12. DIVISION OF CAPE COLONY.

    A movement has been initiated at Grahamstown to divide the Cape Colony province into two administrative districts, East Cape Colony and West Cape Colony. ...

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  13. IN THE ALPS.

    The earthquake was experienced in the Middle Alps. The shocks were severe in the Achsta Valley, and slight in the Engadine. The shocks caused many ...

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  14. AS VIEWED BY LIBERALS.

    The "Daily Chronicle" (Liberal) writes: "A round table conference on the subject of the powers of the House of Lords is highly probable. The Government will ...

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  15. ALBANIAN RISING ENDED.

    It is officially stated that the rising in Albauia has ended. Mahmud Shevket Pasha is returning to Constantinople. ...

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  16. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM.

    Thunderstorms, with much rain, have prevailed during the last three days in the South of England and Germany. Some isolated deaths through lightning are ...

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  17. CONSOLS.

    Consols were quoted yesterday at £81 2s 6d. ...

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  18. INTERNATIONAL POLO.

    The United States has accepted the challenge of the Hurlingham Polo Club. Last year the Meadowbank Club, U.S.A., sent over to England a team, which won the ...

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  19. A BOATING DISASTER.

    Regarding the disaster which befen an excursion boat party from Elems, off the island of Inynk, at the entrance to Delagoa Bay, it appears that the entire party, ...

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  20. TRAM LEAVES THE RAILS.

    Whilst rounding' the curve at Bayswaterroad yesterday, a tram bound from the city to Ocean-street lett the rails, and leaping the footpath, craehed into the brick dividing wall ...

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  21. COLLISIONS BETWEEN STARS

    Professor A. W. Bickerton, for many years Professor of Chemistry and Physics at Canterbury College, hut now retired, hopes to preceed to Britain and Europe seen to lay before ...

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  22. FINNISH LIBERTIES.

    The Nationalist party in the Duma guillotined the debate on the crucial clauses of the Finland Bill. The Opposition withdrew, amid a scene of great excitement, ...

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  23. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Chiefly owing to large collections of income tax arrears the Treasury balance is £20,000,000, compared with £7,000,000 on the same day last year. ...

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  24. FEELING IN THE LOBBY.

    'According to the Press Association, opinion in the Lobby considers that conference is assured, and that membership will consist of Cabinet Ministers on the ...

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  25. WARNING TO CRETE.

    The protecting Powers (Great Britain, France, Italy, and Russia) have communicated to the Cretan Government a Note insisting ou respect being paid to Moslem ...

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  26. A SOCIETY WEDDING.

    Viscount Maidstone was yesterday married to Margaretta, daughter of Mr. Anthony Drexel, of New York, at St. Margaret's, Westminster. The presents of ...

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  27. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The Radium Bank scheme as propounded to-day In the columns of your paper must appeal strongly and sensibly to every citizen in our State. It breathes the ...

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  28. FINANCING PEARL FISHERY.

    The Paris Tribunal of Commerce has given its reserved judgment in a case in which M. Tramier, a Marseilles trader, is suing Mrs. Clarke, an English woman ...

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  29. UNEMPLOYMENT ASSURANCE.

    Mr. Asquith, Prime Minister, announced in the House of Commons that the Unemployment Assurance Bill had been completed, but under the circumstances he ...

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  30. AN IRISH SETTLEMENT.

    The cheque for £500 which Mr. Chisholm, as president of the League of Federals in America, in favour of Home Rule for Ireland on federal lines, forwarded to ...

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  31. EXPLOSIVES FACTORY.

    The Federal Explosives Company, Ltd., of Sydney, has secured 20 acres of land on the A.A. Company's lease for the purpose of putting down plant and machinery for the ...

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  32. TRAWLING.

    Mr. H. C. Dannevig (Federal Director of Fisheries) is very pleased with the progress made and the records, secured by the Federal trawler Endeavour, now in Port Jackson. ...

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  33. TRAIN-WRECKERS AT MELBOURNE.

    A deliberate but unsuccessful attempt was made to derail a suburban train near Cliftou Hill station late last night. Ganger Marr and a platelayer named Woods ...

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  34. SIR GEORGE REID.

    A great reception was accorded by the Austral Club to-day to Sir George Reid, High Commissioner for Australia, and Lady Reid. ...

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  35. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.

    Sir Edward Strachey, representative of the Board of Agriculture in the House of Commons, has informed the Central Associated Chambers of Agriculture that foot ...

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  36. COMMONWEALTH NAVAL BASES.

    The Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) stilted to-day that several members had been pressing him to come to a decision In regard to the selection of naval bases. He hoped ...

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  37. EMIGRATION SOCIETIES.

    "Truth" comments with approval on the statement of Sir John Taverner, Agent-General for Victoria, that the action of outside emigration bodies tends to defeat ...

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  38. THE CORONATION.

    Mr. H. Labouchere in "Truth" states that the Coronation will be fixed for June 21 or June 28, 1911. ...

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  39. THE PAPAL ENCYCLICAL.

    The National Assembly of Brunswick has unanimously protested against the Papal Encyclical on St. Borromeo tercentenary as calculated to disturb the religious ...

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  40. ALSACE LORRAINE.

    Herr Delbruck, German Secretary for the Interior, will discuss with Count you Wedel, the Statthalter of Alsace-Lorraine, the Alsace Ministry, and a dozen members ...

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  41. ADELAIDE TRAMWAYS.

    At a special meeting of the Tramways Employees Association on Wednesday evening regarding the dismissal of the motor-man, R. H. Lloyd, who was a delegate to the ...

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  42. LATE KING EDWARD.

    A representative meeting of citizens was held at the Town Hall to-day to consider Whether a memorial fund should be raised to the memory of King Edward VII. The ...

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  43. A GERMAN SETTLEMENT.

    A special train will leave Brisbane to-morrow afternoon, carrying about 200 German Immigrants to Ideraway, near Gayndah, where they will start settlement. ...

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  44. NEW SOUTH WALES BUTTER.

    Mr. Coghlan, Agent-General for New South Wales, is prosecuting Messrs. Copman Brothers, a firm of small merchants, on a charge of selling New South Wales ...

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  45. MR. ROOSEVELT.

    Mr. Roosevelt will emhark at Southampton for New York to-morrow. ...

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  46. ALLEGED FRAUDULENT CONVERSION.

    Interesting evidence was given In the City Court to-day by a witness who claimed to be an expert In handwritting. The case is that in which three charges are preferred by ...

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  47. TWO THOUSAND FEET HIGH.

    M. Morane, using a new Bleriot aeroplane in a flight from Paris to Etamps, a distance of 60 miles, averaged a height of 200Qft. ...

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  48. THE RONALD-HARPER CASE.

    The Crown case against Patrick Hill, John Huxloy, Robert Harper, William Cairns Harper, Walter Kemp, and William Brocket, who are charged with conspiraey was concluded in ...

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  49. THE BANK RATE.

    The Bank of England rate of discount for best three months' hill was to-day reduced to 3 per cent, from 3½per cent., at Which rate it had stood since June 2. ...

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  50. A BUSINESS GOVERNMENT.

    Speaking at a charity concert at Kensington to-night, the Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. O'Malley) said the Labour party was determined to give the people a busuines ...

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