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  2. KING LEOPOLD DEAD.

    The King of the Belgians succumbed at Brussels at half-past 2 o'clock this (Friday) morning. King Leopold passed an excellent night ...

    Article : 852 words
  3. THE WEST RETURNS.

    The shift men return to the western mines to-day., The miners will return on Monday. An open conference was held between the western proprietors and the western delegates yesterday morning. The proceedings were ...

    Article : 361 words
  4. ATTACK ON ADMIRALTY.

    Lord Charles Beresford, speaking at Hull yesterday, said that Mulliner's, a Coventry engineering firm, informed the Admiralty in May, 1906, of the accelerated ...

    Article : 200 words
  5. ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, in a preface to a booklet by Mr. Garvin, entitled "Tariff or Budget," writes:— "When the Government came to a belated ...

    Article : 386 words
  6. WATCHING MR. HUGHES.

    The earlier intention of Mr. Hughes to visit Newcastle caused Mr. Bowling to pause in his journey south. On hearing about it last night, he made up his mind that he would ...

    Article : 73 words
  7. LIGHTING.

    The notification of the North Shore Gas Company that after to-day no gas will be supplied has occasioned much alarm. The reassuring information that more coal had been ...

    Article : 790 words
  8. THE MINERS' MINES.

    Only one shift was lost by the Ebbw M[?] mine through the incipient rebellion there yesterday. The mine was closed to the afternoon shift, but when the night or "dog watch" ...

    Article : 313 words
  9. MINERS' LODGE VOTE.

    Mr. Hughes' defiance of Mr. Bowling at the meeting on Wednesday night has incensed a great number of the miners throughout the district, and at the lodge meetings Mr. ...

    Article : 194 words
  10. BRITAIN SECURE.

    Mr. R. M'Kenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, in his speech at Southend last night, detailed recent and approaching launches, adding that he told this story ...

    Article : 53 words
  11. APPRECIATION OF MR. HUGHES.

    At a meeting of the local Labour League the following resolution was carried:—"That this league expresses its appreciation of Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.P., for his efforts to effect ...

    Article : 46 words
  12. WATERSIDE WORKERS.

    The coal-miners' strike for an hour or two was forgotten in Newcastle to-day, because of the prominence of the dispute among the members of the Wharf-labourers' Union. ...

    Article : 772 words
  13. THE GERMAN FLEET.

    Mr. C. Bellaire, M.P., formerly a Liberal, now a Conservative, addressing a meeting at Salford, said that Germany would never pay for her fleet with borrowed money for ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. NORTH.

    To-day summonses were served on 15 members of the delegate board of the Colliery Employees' Federation to answer a charge of inciting to strike. The appearance of the ...

    Article : 181 words
  15. VIGOUR OF THE ADDRESS.

    Unionist newspapers emphasise the clearness and vigour of the manifesto issued by Mr. Chamberlain. ...

    Article : 24 words
  16. STEERAGE TRAVELLING.

    Captain Fielding, of the steamer Neapolitan Prince, has been arrested in New York on a charge of permitting insanitary conditions in the steerage accommodation ...

    Article : 40 words
  17. LIBERAL MINISTERS' POLICY.

    Lord Willoughby de Broke (Conservative), speaking at Farnworth, said that the policy outlined by Mr. Lloyd-George and Mr. Winston Churchill would not fill empty ...

    Article : 66 words
  18. MR. SALTING'S BEQUEST.

    The art collections of the late Mr. Salting, who devoted to their purchase £30,000 a year, derived from Australian properties, are valued at £2,500,000, and are ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. RETURN OF THE WEST.

    The Western Colliery Proprietors met the Western Miners' delegates in open conference at the rooms of the Lithgow Coal Association yesterday. The result of the conference ...

    Article : 501 words
  20. ECONOMISING COAL.

    For the past few weeks there has been practically no work done on the dyke, and the Commissioners hnve now decided to economise their power at the electric lighting plant by ...

    Article : 76 words
  21. THE STRIKE CONGRESS.

    The strike congress sat for two or three hours yesterday afternoon. The northern miners' delegates were not present, because they had gone north to Newcastle. They ...

    Article : 130 words
  22. "SCARE NEWSPAPER ARTICLES."

    Lord Denman (Liberal), speaking at Saxmundham, said that the articles written for the "Daily Mail" by Mr. Blatchford respecting the defence of Great Britain were ...

    Article : 49 words
  23. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEALS.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, in the case of the Minerals Separation versus Potter's Sulphide Ore Treatment, Ltd., has refused special leave ...

    Article : 117 words
  24. COAL FOR SYDNEY.

    The schooner Aurig[?] left for Sydney tonight with a cargo of 670 tons of coal. The cargo was obtained from the barque Castor, which took in a part cargo prior to the strike ...

    Article : 53 words
  25. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

    On the Stock Exchange yesterday quotations of Australian mining ventures were:—Broken Hill Proprietary, b 38/3, s 39/3; British Broken Hill, b 22/3, s 23/3; Block 10, b 72/6, s ...

    Article : 48 words
  26. CITY GAS SUPPLY.

    On Thursday night Mr. Hughes stated that a contract had been made for the supply of 4000 tons of coal a week to the Australian Gaslight Company, the coal ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. THE AVARICE OF NATIONS.

    General Keim, a deposed leader of the German Navy League, in the course of a speech yesterday, said: "France wants Alsace Lorraine, Russia wants influence in ...

    Article : 60 words
  28. PERSONAL.

    The Governor-General and Lady Dudley, attended by Captain Rome, left Port Adelaide outer harbour for Colombo by the Orsova on Thursday. Their Excellencies are proceeding ...

    Article : 546 words
  29. STRIKE LEGISLATION.

    Mr. Hughes was asked last night how he considered the position would be affected by the Government's proposed amendments to the Industrial Disputes Act. ...

    Article : 2,209 words
  30. APPEAL DISCONTINUED.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has acceded to a petition to discontinue the appeal in the case of Braye versus Horsfall. ...

    Article : 184 words
  31. BEFORE THE COURT.

    The charges against Peter Bowling, William Brennan, Albert Burns, Amram Lewis, and Andrew Gray were further heard at the police court this morning, before Mr. Adrian, D.S.M. ...

    Article : 687 words
  32. "NO NORTHERN BALLOT."

    On his arrival in Sydney last night Mr. Bowling said that no ballot would be taken in the northern district. He affirmed that the congress had not the power to order or ...

    Article : 191 words
  33. NEW YORK BLOUSE-MAKERS.

    Mrs. Belmont, Miss Morgan, and several wealthy New York ladies have joined the blouse-makers' union. Miss Morgan, speaking at a meeting of ...

    Article : 44 words
  34. SINKING A SUBMARINE.

    The owners of the steamer Eddystone have paid the Crown £19,000 as compensation for sinking the submarine C11 off the Norfolk coast on the night of July 14 ...

    Article : 41 words
  35. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The death is announced of the Hon. Archibald Ian Gordon, son of the Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, injured recently in a motor car accident at ...

    Article : 243 words
  36. THE RIVAL LEADERS.

    Mr. Bowling does not regard his cause by any means as lost. He thinks he can carry the north, south, and west by storm against Mr. Hughes, congress, or anyone else. He ...

    Article : 147 words
  37. DEATH OF MR. F. GREENWOOD.

    The death is announced of Mr. Frederick Greenwood, author and journalist, originator of the "Pall Mall Gazette," and later of the "St. James's Gazette." ...

    Article : 249 words
  38. THE BANNED MARMORA.

    There is considerable hope that before Monday the order issued by the strike congress to the Port Phillip Stevedores' Association not to handle cargo for the P. and O. ...

    Article : 150 words
  39. STRIKE CONGRESS APPROVES.

    It was not until nearly 5 p.m. that the strike congress made known its final approval of the agreement signed at the conference in the morning. ...

    Article : 73 words
  40. FEDERAL-HOULDER-SHIRE LINE.

    The steamers Dorset and Banffshire, belonging to the Federal-Houlder-Shire line, are still black in the eyes of unionism, and they are being worked by free labourers, and ...

    Article : 172 words
  41. FEELING IN THE SOUTH.

    Great satisfaction was expressed here this afternoon at receipt of the news that the western miners were returning to work on Monday. It is generally thought that the southern ...

    Article : 119 words
  42. MR. BOWLING IN THE SOUTH[?]

    Some weeks ago the South Clifton Miners' Lodge issued an invitation to Mr. Peter Bowling to visit Clifton and address the miners, but his arrest has up till the present prevented ...

    Article : 72 words
  43. THE STEAMER WARATAH.

    The underwriters concerned in the loss of the steamer Waratah are paying £220,000 this week in satisfaction of claims. ...

    Article : 28 words
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