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  2. MUTTON AND LAMB UP.

    There was a sharp rise in the values of sheep and lambs at the Homebush fat stock saleyards yesterday, and probably that gratifying turn in sollers' favour will react ...

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  3. THE CAPITAL SITE.

    News came privately from Melbourne yesterday to the effect that Mr. Scrivener, a member of the advisory board respecting the Federal capital site, was now working in ...

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  4. HETTON COLLIERY. MANAGER REASSURING.

    Mr. A. Mathieson, manager of the Hetton Colliery, expressed considerable indignation to-day at the statements made by Mr. Edden, M.L.A., in the Legislative Assembly ...

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  5. LATE EDITION. THIRD TEST MATCH.

    The third test match between Australia and England was commenced at Leeds this morning. The weather is cloudy and chilly, and the wicket is softish. There is ...

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  6. OUTRAGE IN SPAIN.

    While a house party were dining in Senor Morgador's castle, near Navia, Spain, a bomb was thrown through a window, and it fell on the table. ...

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  7. BRITISH MINING DISPUTE. SETTLEMENT IN WALES.

    The dispute between the mine owners and miners in South Wales relating to the changes consequent on the introduction of tue Eight Hours Act has been settled on ...

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  8. CABLE RATES.

    A deputation from the Imperial Press Conference yesterday waited on Mr. Asquith, Prime Minister, who was accompanied by Mr. Sydney Buxton, ...

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  9. NAVAL SUPREMACY. BRITISH POSITION IN DANGER.

    Lord Charles Beresford, under the auspices of the London Chamber of Commerce, addressed a great city meeting last night in the Merchant Taylors' Hall on the ...

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  10. ROBBERY FROM A CRUISER.

    At the Devizes Assizes yesterday Wilfred Tomey, a petty officer, Sidney Keith Alston, leading seamen, and Ethel Stagles, a married woman, were found guilty, the ...

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  11. THE "BLACK COUNTRY."

    The Miners' Eight Hours Act has come into force in the "Black Country" without friction. ...

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  12. CHAMPION SCULLING RACE.

    The "Sportsman" has published Arnst's challenge to E. Barry, jun., who holds the sculling championship of England, but the latter's backers state that Barry will not ...

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  13. PRICE OF BEER.

    London publicans will raise the price of beer to-morrow by a halfpenny a pint. ...

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  14. PARLIAMENT HOUSE.

    Before the Public Works Committee yesterday, Superintendent Webb, of the Metropolitan Fire Brigades, reported on the general construction of and the risks of an outbreak of ...

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  15. PRESS DELEGATES.

    The delegates to the Imperial Press Conference yesterday visited Dr. Barnado's Garden City at Barking Side, Essex. ...

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  16. INDUSTRIAL ACT.

    The attention of the Promier was directed last night to the judgment of the High Court in the timber workers' case, and to the conclusions drawn from it in Labour circles. It ...

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  17. THE FLOODS. HORSEMAN'S NARROW ESCAPE.

    Stratford reports that the Avon River is rising rapidly. Alick Weir, in attempting to cross Blackall Creek bridge on horseback, was swept into the Avon River and narrowly ...

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  18. MINERS' CHAIRMAN SURPRISED.

    The statements made by Mr. Mathieson, manager of the Hetton colliery, in contradicting Mr. Edden, were strongly corroborated this evening by the chairman of ...

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  19. SUFFRAGIST HOOLIGANS. REMANDED AT POLICE COURT.

    The case of the 108 women and 12[?]men, charged with being concerned in the creation of a disturbance at Westminster on Tuesday, on the occasion of the attempt by ...

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  20. WORK OF WAGES BOARDS.

    Few people have any conception of the number of industrial boards that are sitting daily in Sydney under the much-abused Industrial Disputes Act. That is hardly a wonder; ...

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  21. THE MURRAY FALLING.

    The Murray rose slowly at Cobram until 3 o'clock this morning, and then began to fall just as slowly. Men were at work all night on the levees below Cobram piling up dirt to ...

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  22. LORD MILNER.

    In reply to an invitation from the Imperial Federation League to visit Australia, Lord Milner has written: "I need hardly say that I was greatly gratified by the receipt of your ...

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  23. GUARDING THE COMMONS.

    There were 3000 police on duty at Westminster to deal with the raid by women suffragists on the House of Commons yesterday. ...

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  24. COUNCIL AND LENDING LIBRARY.

    The report of Mr. Bladon, Chief Librariau, upon the transfor of the Lending Branch of the Free Public Library to the City Council come before the council's finance committee ...

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  25. PRESERVING TRADE ROUTES.

    Sir Charles Tupper, sen., formerly Prime Minister of Canada, has contributed an article to the "Nineteenth Century" advocating the All-red route. ...

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  26. MAILMAN'S THRILLING EXPERIENCE.

    The latest advices from Nathalia show that no fresh serious breaks have occurred for the past 24 hours in the levees. By hard, continuous work during last night by a large ...

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  27. LABOUR MEMBERS' SYMPATHY.

    In the House of Representatives this afternoon, Mr. Mathews, a Labour member, representing Melbourne Ports, asked the Prime Minister if he would send a cablegram of ...

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  28. WHEAT SHIPMENTS TO BRITAIN.

    The Wheat Commission to-day examined Major Norton, Government Commercial Agent in London, who has returned to South Australia for 12 months. Mr. Norton said he had made ...

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  29. CHAOS IN PERSIA.

    The British and Russian ConsulsGeneral have failed to induce Sardar-as-Sad to stop his march on Teheran with 4000 nationalists. ...

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  30. A SHAKESPEARIAN REVIVAL.

    Mr. Oscar Asche and Miss Lily Brayton and their company of about 30 members who came to Australia under engagement with Sir Rupert Clarke and Messrs[?] Meynell and Gunn, ...

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  31. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. NEW CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

    The new children's hospital which has been established mainly as the result of efforts on the part of citizens, and which occupies a healthy, elevated position at the corner ...

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  32. FLOATING DOCKS.

    The Cabinet has ratified the decision of the Admiralty aud the Committee of Imperial Defence not to provide, except at Rosyth, further permanent dock ...

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  33. IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Phenomenally heavy rains have been recorded at Busselton the past fow days. In about 12 hours on Monday 429 points were registered. The rainfall during June totalled 12 inches 32 ...

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  34. MORE FILIPINOS ARRIVE.

    The recent importations of skilled [?]garmakers from Manila by manufacturing tobacconists having proved eminently satisfactory, three more Filipinos were brought to ...

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  35. THE EDUCATION ACT.

    Mr. W. Runciman, President of the Education Board, replying to a deputation composed of the Rev. Dr. Clifford and other passive resisters of the education ...

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  36. THE SUPPLY BILL.

    The Supply Bill was introduced in the Senate this afternoon by the Minister for Customs (Sir Robert Best), who pointed out the necessity of two months' supply being granted, as in ...

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  37. THE GOLD YIELD.

    The gold yield for June was 132,501 fine ounces, valued at £562,830. Of this 35,29[?]oz were minted, and 97,207oz were exported. The return of the transactions at the Perth ...

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  38. GERMAN NAVAL LEAGUE.

    The German Navy League invited the German-American National Union to join the league. The union replied: "The league ought to ...

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  39. "RELIGIOUS PURPOSES ONLY."

    The Municipal Appeal Court was held yesterday, when 39 appeals were heard. A point of some interest was raised by the Rev. Dr. Brophy, who appealed on behalf of the ...

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  40. DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL.

    Cincinnati (U.S.A.) has adopted a Daylight Saving Bill. ...

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  41. OPENING UP CROWN LANDS.

    The Railways Standing Committee has recommendcd the construction of a railway from Bairnsdale to Orbost, at a cost of £386,710, with £4650 added for rolling stock. This will ...

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  42. TROUBLE IN LABOUR PARTY.

    The retirement of Mr. Fowler from the Labour party was referred to again in the House of Representatives to-day by Mr. Roberts, who on Tuesday accused Mr. Fowler of ...

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  43. THE TASMANIAN TIMBER TRADE.

    Owing to the depression in the timber trade matters have assumed au extremely serious aspect in Tasmania. To-day 223 men were discharged from mills in the southern part ...

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  44. BRITISH REVENUE.

    The revenue of Great Britain for the quarter ended June 30, the first of the financial year, amounted to £31,094,678. To this amount Customs and excise ...

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  45. ANTWERP WOOL SALES.

    The wool sales at Antwerp opened yesterday with the usual attendance of buyers, among whom there was some hesitation in bidding. There was a decline of ...

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  46. CHARGE AGAINST BANK MANAGER

    Arthur Charles Cook, late manager of the Linton branch of the Bank of New South Wales was again before the local court to-day on two additional charges of embezzlement. ...

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  47. INDIGNANT ALDERMEN.

    At the municipal council meeting last night the Mayor (Alderman Ebsworth) and Aldermen Dodd and Court resigned, in consequence of the two firstnamed having been Burcharged ...

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  48. AUSTRALIA IN BRITAIN.

    Mr. Jonkins, ex-Agent-General of South Australia, is a passenger from England by the R.M.S. Orontes, which reached Fromantle to-day. In an interview he stated that ...

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