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  2. THE MILK TRADE.

    A representative meeting of the local branch of the Milk Suppliers' Association took place in the Council-chambers last night, to consider the preference question. The ...

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  3. THE ARMIDALE TRAGEDY.

    The inquest respecting the death or Hannah Kelly was continued this morning. Superintendent Cameron conducted the case for the Crown, and Mr. Claverie appeared for ...

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  4. JEWISH CHURCH PARADE.

    Another aspect of that many-sided people, the Hebrew, was brought out at the Synagogue on Sunday afternoon. We are accustomed to think of the Jew as the keenest of ...

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  5. SECOND EDITION

    Two probable members of the next Australian Eleven, M. A. Noble and C. Hill, were asked this evening to express their opinion of the terms arranged by the Board ...

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  6. MURDER AT GALLAN PARK.

    Yesterday morning a tragedy occurred at Callan Park which shows how much danger hangs over the life of an asylum attendant at all times. At about 10 o'clock Hermann ...

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  7. BRITISH LEGISLATURE.

    The House of Lords amended the Mines Eight-Hours Bill by increasing the period of labour by half an hour, and deferring the date of the operation of the bill. ...

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  8. TURKISH PARLIAMENT.

    The Sultan's speech at the opening of the Turkish Parliament yesterday was modelled on Western lines. It described the Parliament of 1876 as ...

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  9. REFORM IN INDIA.

    Responsible Indians welcome almost with enthusiasm the reforms announced to Parliament on Thursday. The official world regards the scheme as ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS

    The Australian Rugby Union team met Newport yesterday, and won by one goal (5 points) to one try (3 points). The ground was wet. ...

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  11. PROVOKING SERVIA.

    Reuter's correspondent at Belgrade reports than an Austrian captain and 50 men entered Servia at Monkragora, where they used field glasses and took notes. ...

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  12. MISCELLANEOUS BILLS.

    The bill to prevent the use of hop substitutes in beer has been withdrawn in the House of Commons. Lord Robert Cecil's bill providing ...

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  13. OIL SHIP ON FIRE.

    The Bucknell S. S. Line's oil steamer Kalomo, 5019 tons, bound from America to China, caught fire at Singapore, endangering 80,000 cases of oil, and adjacent ...

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  14. BARRIER TROUBLES.

    The industrial situation is not quite so easy. Block 14 mine is closing down all production work for an unknown period. Block 14, when ordinary work was in progress, and the mill ...

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  15. DECLINE IN SHIPBUILDING.

    In the shipbuilding of Sunderland there has been a great decrease this year compared with last year. The statistics show a decline from 91 vessels, of a total tonnage ...

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  16. THE LEAGUE DEFEATED.

    Wakefield Trinity yesterday defeated the Australian Rugby League team by four goals four tries (20 points) to two goals three tries (13 points). Heidke, for the ...

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  17. WOODWORKERS' DISPUTE.

    There was a special sitting of Mr. Justice Higgins in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court yesterday to hear an application in connection with the woodworkers' trade. The ...

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  18. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    Sir Lewis Michell, a representative of Rhodesia, speaking at Capetown, declared that the Closer Union Convention was nearing an agreement on many problems ...

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  19. NEW STEAMSHIP LINE.

    The "Shipping Gazette" states that the proposed new line of steamers from Italy to Australia will probably be dropped, as the shipowners find that the terms which ...

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  20. SELECTION OF A CAPITAL.

    The South African Convention has adjourned until January 11. The selection of a capital is likely to be protracted. ...

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  21. A WOMAN'S STORY.

    A wire from Cunnamulla states that a report was received on Friday night that a woman named Carr had been shot at Wheelamurra station, where she and her husband ...

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  22. THE IRON BONUS.

    The action of the State Ministry, in giving preference to Australia in connection with a contract for the supply of fishplates, was referred to by the chairman of the Railway ...

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  23. THE POSTAL COMMISSION.

    The Postal Commission sat last night when Mr. H. D. Flanagan said he represented the Tasmania Post and Telegraph Association, of which body he was secretary. He was a ...

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  24. DEATH OF MR. BENN W. LEVY.

    The death is announced of Mr. Benn Wolfe Levy, formerly of New South Wales. The late Mr. Benn Wolfe Levy was the ...

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  25. THE MANLY OF HAWAII.

    The vice-president of the Hawaiian Outrigger Ganee Club, Mr. H. L. Herbert, is at present on a visit to Sydney from his home at Honolulu, and from what he states of the ...

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  26. THE "SACRED MUG."

    For the first time since the Victorian Travelling Scholarship for art students was instituted, it has been carried off by a lady, Miss C. L. Jenkins having been placed both first ...

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  27. "DENOMINATIONAL" CHARITY.

    In opening the new premises of the Hospice for the Dying at Darlinghurst yesterday Cardinal Moran referred to recent utterances of the Governor-General on denominational ...

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  28. DREADNOUGHTS FOR ARGENTINA.

    The bill providing for the construction of two Dreadnoughts has been reintroduced and adopted by the Parliament of Argentina. ...

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  29. CHINESE BOYCOTT.

    A strong movement, backed by the Merchants' Guild, is boycotting German goods and institutions at Kiao-chau. Chinese imports from Shanghai to ...

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  30. MR. TAFT'S CABINET.

    Mr. W. H. Taft, President elect of the United States, has intimated that he will appoint Mr. P. C. Knox as Secretary of State in his Administration. ...

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  31. BUSH FIRES AROUND GUNDAGAI.

    A number of bush fires have occurred in the district the past two days. One at Muttama burnt a big area of country, including a few acres of standing crops. ...

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  32. SCHOONER URUROA.

    The schooner Ururoa, which was coal laden from Newcastle for Wanganui, and which went ashore on Thursday night about a mile south of the entrance to the port, is a total wreck. ...

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  33. DESTRUCTIVE STORM.

    At Harrisville, a heavy thunderstorm, accompanied by high wind and hall, occurred this afternoon, and did considerable damage to the town and district. The effect was ...

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  34. GREAT AEROPLANE FLIGHT.

    Mr. Wilbur Wiight, in an aeroplane ascent at Le Mans, France, covered 61½ miles in 1 hour 54 minutes. The aeroplane covered a portion of the distance at a ...

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  35. ESCAPE FROM LOCKUP.

    A man named Alexander, who was on remand on a charge of poisoning two horses, the property of Mr. Shepherd sanitary contractor, escaped from the Orange lockup on Saturday ...

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  36. MR. FISHER'S TEAM.

    Senator William Russell, of South Australia, said at Yass he was of opinion that the Labour Government had no chance of remaining in office after Parliament met. Mr. ...

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  37. DIFFICULTY ON POWDER SHIP.

    The ship Carnarvon Bay arrived from Hamburg on Friday, and anchored in the "powder" reserve to tranship explosives. The work of transhipment having been completed ...

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  38. REPUBLIC OF HAYTI.

    General Simon, who successfully led the rebellion in Hayti, has been peacefully elected President of the Republic, in succession to General Alexis. ...

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  39. TWO KINDS OF BOYS.

    At the Kilmore Court of Petty Sessions yesterday a witness in an assault case named Roy Wade, aged 13, admitted that he did not know who God was, or what would happen to ...

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  40. QUEENSLAND IMMIGRATION VOTE.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday a long discussion look place on Mr. Bowman's amendment to reduce by 30,000 the vote for immigration. Finally the closure was ...

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  41. CONTEMPT OF COURT.

    Mr. Horatio W. Bottomley, M.P., financier, has been fined £300 for contempt in publishing an article in "John Bull" commenting on the Guildhall proceedings. ...

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  42. HORSEMAN AND CYCLIST.

    A serious accident happened to a man named Thomas Johnson on Thursday night. Johnson was walking, loading his bicycle, down Railway-street, when a horseman, ...

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  43. MISCHA ELMAN.

    Mischa Elman, violinist, who has been engaged to tour Australia next year, has met with phenomenal success in New York. ...

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  44. SOUTH GRETA COLLIERY TROUBLE

    In connection with the recent difficulty at South Greta colliery, a conference took place at the colliery office to-day between Messrs. W. Brennan and A. Lewin, members of the ...

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  45. A FATAL FIGHT.

    An altercation, which has since terminated with fatal results to one party, occurred at a Kalgoorlie hotel last night. It is said that two men, John M'Donald and ...

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  46. HORSEMANSHIP AT RANDWICK.

    A feature of the racing at Randwick on Saturday was the success of the jockeys J. Pike and A. C. Thomas, the two capturing the whole programme. Pike had the mounts ...

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  47. WILLER AND RILEY, LIMITED.

    The liquidator is offering for sale the business of Willer and Riley, Ltd., dairy produce merchants, whose failure was brought about by the frauds of M. Alberti, ...

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  48. FIRE AT ARNCLIFFE.

    A fire broke out last night in a three-reemed weatherboard cottage in Park-street, Arncliffe, occupied by Mrs. Margaret Llgntly. The cottage was completely burned out, and it ...

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  49. NEW MOORISH SULTAN.

    France and Spain have proposed that the [?]owers should give a collective recogni[?]on to Mulai Hafid as Sultan of Morocco, in [?]ee at Abdel Aziz. ...

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  50. COAL SEAMS DISCOVERED.

    Two seams of good coal have been found by the Government bore which is operating in the Mirboo district. One of these is 2ft 7in, and the other 1ft 2in thick. The former ...

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  51. SQUIRES TO FIGHT LANG.

    When Bill Squires, who acted as time-keeper at the contests at the Summer Park yesterday morning, stopped into the ring he announced that he was quite willing to fight ...

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