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  2. FEDERAL POLICY.

    The business intended to be undertaken by the new Federal Government was outlined [?] a statement to the House of Representatives to-day by the Prime Minister, in the cours[?] ...

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  3. THE DAVIS CUP.

    This is a big day in the world of sport, for there will begin at Melbourne a contest for the world's blue ribbon of lawn tennis. There have been greater struggles, as, for instance, ...

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  4. PAPUAN INCIDENT.

    The Rev. E Baxter Riley, of the London Missionary Society, who is well known in Sydney, was charged at the Police Court at Daru, Fly River, Papua, last week, before Mr. ...

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  5. STORY OF THE SEA.

    The Coroner (Mr. W. S. Arnott) held an inquiry last night after 7 o'clock into the death of Charles Mason, who is alleged to have shot himself with a revolver on the 19th ...

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  6. THE BARRIER TROUBLE.

    To-night's conference lasted until 10.45. Mr. J. Hobbard was in the chair, with Mr. T. Gamboni in the vice-chair. Mr. Hobbard, after expressing regret at the ...

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  7. A.M.P. SOCIETY.

    A dinner was given at the Hotel Cecil last night in celebration of the opening of the London branch of the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Mr. A. W. Meeks, ...

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  8. KING'S ACCESSION OATH.

    A bill introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. W. H. K. Redmond, M.P., Nationalist, to remove Roman Catholic disabilities, and alter the accession oath of the ...

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  9. THE LORDS AND DEFENCE.

    The Vienna correspondent of the "Times" writes that the adoption by the House of Lords of Lord Roberts's motion regarding the defence problem has given ...

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  10. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    Mr. Thomas Pratt, secretary in Sydney for the London Missionary Society, has received the following telegram from Mr. F. C. Hodels, the agent for the society at Thursday Island, ...

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  11. THE LICENSING BILL.

    Two hundred and fifty Unionist peers met at the house of the Marquis of Lansdowne, Lansdowne House, Berkeley-square West, yesterday, and by an overwhelming ...

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  12. A NOBEL PRIZE.

    It is announced at Stockholm that Mr. Ernest Rutherford, F.R.S., Langworthy Professor and Director of Physics, University of Manchester, a native of ...

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  13. INDIGNANT UNIONISTS.

    Regarding the complaint of the Illawarra Miners' Association concerning the statement made by Mr. Mays, president of the Airly Miners' Association, as to the support ...

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  14. THE BLOCK 10 MINE.

    An important speech was made to-day by the chairman at the half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the Broken Hill Proprietary Block 10 Company, with reference to the ...

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  15. BALKAN CONFERENCE.

    The reply of Russia to the Austrian r[?]ception of the Balkan Note adheres stanchly to the essential conditions laid down in the original Note regarding the scope of the ...

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  16. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and other powerful associations are urging the Viceroy of India, the Earl of Minto, to create a special tribunal without a jury to ...

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  17. PRIME MINISTER'S SPEECH.

    "The programme cannot be a lengthy one," said Mr. Fisher, in commencing his remarks. "There is no time to give the careful consideration necessary for a lengthy programme ...

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  18. MUSIC HALL TRAGEDY.

    Madame Clementine in attempting to accomplish the William Tell "trick" in the Middlesex Music Hall with a rifle, killed Lee, her assistant. ...

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  19. MADE IN AUSTRALIA.

    The sittings were continued to-day of the State select committee appointed to consider the question of the observance of the resolution in favour of affording effective ...

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  20. SERVIAN BANK TREASURE.

    The Servian National Bank at Belgrade has transferred 17 carloads of treasure to Nish. ...

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  21. SAN FRANCISCO GRAFTERS.

    Mr. Francis Heney, District Attorney, who was murderously assaulted during the trial of Abe Ruef at San Francisco, is recovering. ...

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  22. TRIAL OF DINIZULU.

    A widow of the Zulu chief Bambaata, in giving evidence at Greymouth yesterday, at the trial of Dinizulu, charged with sedit[?]on and incitement to murder, testified that ...

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  23. A NOTARY PUBLIC.

    The Court of Faculties has granted the application of Mr. Franklin Ethelbert Fays, of Melbourne, to be appointed a notary public in Melbourne. ...

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  24. GEORGE TOWNS.

    Seventy prominent oarsmen and sportsmen entertained George Towns, ex-champion sculler, at dinner at Putney last night. ...

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  25. CARDINAL MORANS ATTACK.

    Speaking at the laying of the foundation stone of St. Andrew's new Presbyterian Church this afternoon the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church (the Rev. J. Macaulay ...

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  26. CATTLE DISEASE IN AMERICA.

    The cattle disease in the United States is spreading westward. Wayne county, in Michigan, has been quarantined on account of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease. ...

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  27. THE WOOL SALES.

    The sixth series of wool sales opened this afternoon. Bidding was brisk, and prices showed an advance of from 5 to 15 per cent. ...

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  28. THE PEA RIFLE.

    The pea rifle question has been before the East Orange Council, which has resolved to seek the assistance of all the municipal councils of the State, and of all the members of ...

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  29. BRITAIN REFUSES SUPPLIES.

    Owing to the outbreak of foot-and- mouth disease in the United States, Great Britain has refused to allow the shipment of cattle from New York and Philadelphia, ...

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  30. LORD AND LADY NORTHCOTE.

    Lord and Lady Northcote, who have reached Canada, en route from Australia to England, have been guests at many festivities in Montreal, including a ...

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  31. TERM [?] PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. Sydney Buxton, Postmaster-General, speaking at [?]ford yesterday, said whatever might happen to Government measures, the Lords would not dictate to the ...

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  32. TORNADO IN ARKANSAS.

    A tornado destroyed a score of hamlets in Arkansas. At Piney 30 people, were killed. ...

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  33. WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE.

    For some considerable time the A.U.S.N. Company has employed at Norman Wharf a regular gang of about 40 men at weekly wages of 48s for. 48 hours who are not associated ...

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  34. TRAGEDY AT BRAIDWOOD.

    A young girl, named Soidle, while handling a pea-rifle which had been left loaded in the house, was shot through the lung, the bullet lodging near the spine. The patient was ...

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  35. IRISH LAND PURCHASE.

    The consensus of opinion is that the financial proposals of the Irish Land Purchase Bill have puzzled the Stock Exchange. The most generous view is that ...

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  36. AUSTRALIAN JEW'S CAREER.

    Montefiore Myers, a fashionably dressed Jew from Australia, who has been arrested at Pittsburg on a charge of grand larceny, was for two months the honoured ...

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  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Messrs. Meynell and Gunn have secured the Australian rights for the production of Henry Arthur Jones's play "Hypocrites," Edward German's musical comedy "Tom ...

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  38. DEATH FROM A WOUND.

    At a Coroner's inquiry held, last week into the circumstances surrounding the death of a girl named Linda Grace Waterson, whose body was found in a garden near Bellview, in the ...

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  39. THE AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    It has now been settled that the preliminary rounds will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground, beginning on Monday, December 7, and continuing to Friday, December 11. ...

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  40. POLICE INSPE[?]TOR MURDERED.

    A native constable, being threatened with dismissal, murdered Mr. Frank Clough, district superintendent of police at Lyallpur, in the Punjab, and his orderly. ...

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  41. NEW ZEALAND ELECTIONS.

    Three seamen's votes given for Mr. Barclay place him one ahead for the Dunedin North seat. One vote has yet to come. ...

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  42. DEATH OF LORD GLENESK.

    The death is announced of Lord Glenesk, proprietor of the Morning Post, aged 77 years. Lord Glenesk Sir Algernon Borthwick, was ...

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  43. FALL FROM A BUILDING.

    Yesterday morning Leslie Taylor, 20, a bricklayer's apprentice, lately living in Forest Lodge, fell from the top of a building at present under construction for Messrs. Pitt, Son, ...

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  44. A LEAP FOR LIBERTY.

    George Saunders, who recently arrived in Sydney from the country, and stopped at a boarding establishment. in Commonwealth-street, reported to the police; on Tuesday that ...

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  45. RAILWAY TROUBLE.

    The Amalgamated Society of Engineers has taken umbrage at the delay attending the Commissioner for Railways' application to the industrial Court for a variation of the iron trades ...

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  46. THE SHAH RETREATS.

    The Shah, in deference to the pressure of Great Britain and Russia, has withdrawn his rescript abolishing the Constitution of Persia. ...

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  47. HOT AIR IN PARLIAMENT.

    The engineer who was up all night in connection with the late sitting, of the Assembly, did not put in an appearance at the Legislative Council to-day to work the cool-air ...

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  48. THE MURRAY WATERS.

    The country party to-day decided that it was not desirable that the State Parliament should proceed with the Murray Waters Agreement Bill this session, and the party ...

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  49. EDUCATION COMPROMISE.

    A powerful non-political committee of moderates, loading Churchmen, nonconformists, and education authorities are supporting the proposed compromise on ...

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  50. THE TALLOW SALES.

    At the sales of Australian and New Zealand tallow to-day 1203 casks were offered, and 302 were sold. Prices were:—Mutton: Fine, 133s 9d; medium, 30s. Beef: Fine, 32s 3d; ...

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