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  2. OUE WESTERN COAL.

    Be it recorded that the Northern, Southern, and Western coal fields of Now South Wales are connected with each other, and aro alike in their essential characteristics. They ...

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  3. PAPUAN LAND SCANDALS.

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Deakin, has been investigating the reports in connection with the recent suspension of officers of the Papuan Administration over the land transactions. ...

    Article : 583 words
  4. EMPTY BUNKERS.

    A stirring and serious adventure befell the large steamer Mimiro during her voyage from New York to Melbourne. It was intended that the vessel should ...

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  5. THE FRONTIER WAR,

    Renter's correspondent at Simla reports that as the enemy were threatening to cut the British communications Major-General Willcocks attacked them with two ...

    Article : 205 words
  6. FEDERAL FINANCE.

    Commonwealth expenditure may be divided into three distinct branehos:- 1. That ontailed through carrying on the transferred departments which, had there ...

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  7. INDUSTRIAL STRIFE.

    The threatened lockout in the shipbuilding yards of the north-east and west coasts is about to come into operation. The men balloted on the alternatives— ...

    Article : 502 words
  8. MR. CHURCHILL DEFEATED.

    MR. Winston Churchill, President of the Board of Trade, was defeated to-day at the poll for the North-west Manchester seat. ...

    Article : 369 words
  9. FIRE IN MELBOURNE.

    On Saturday morning a fire, which caused considerable damage, was reported from the premises of the Australian Paper Mills Proprietary, Ltd., on the Yarra bank, south, near ...

    Article : 309 words
  10. HOLY WAR PREACHED

    A holy war is being preached over the whole area between the Kunar and Panjkora rivers to Jandol. April 25. ...

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  11. CHILD LIFE PROTECTION.

    The Prime Minister has received from Dr. Dunbar Hooper a report on infantile mortality. The International Congress of Societies for the Protection of Child Life met at Brussels in ...

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  12. LABOUR CONGEESS.

    After debate, extending over seven hours, the Labour Congress on Saturday afternoon, by 55 votes to 23, declined to approve the adoption of the preamble and constitution of the ...

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  13. SEAT FOR MR. CHURCHILL.

    The Liberals of Dundee, one of whose seats in the House of Commons is vacant, in consequence of Mr. Robertson, the senior member, accepting a peerage, have ...

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  14. THE LATE PRIME MINISTER.

    The first part of the funeral of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, the late Prime Minister, will take place in Westminister Abbey on Monday. ...

    Article : 112 words
  15. POSTAL DEPARTMENT.

    Federal Ministers are decidedly of the opinion that the Postal Department must be handed over to the control of a Board of Commissioners, with full power. While the tariff ...

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  16. VIEWS OF FEDERAL MINISTERS.

    The Prime Minister, who has followed the Manchester contest closely, is of opinion that Mr. Churchill is so brillant a man that he will find another seat easy. Other ...

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  17. ANOTHER SNOWSTORM.

    A great snowstorm swept over England yesterday. Several Inches of snow fell ln the southern counties Great damage was done to the fruit trees. ...

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  18. CRUISER BEACHED.

    When the blizzard was at its height on Saturday afternoon, the American liner Saint Pani, 11.629 tons, outward bound from Southampton, crushed into the port ...

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  19. STOPPAGE OF WORK.

    A heavy fall of snow has occurred throughout the United Kingdom. Falls of 3ft have been recorded in Scotland and some inches in London. ...

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  20. IMPERIAL DEFENCE.

    Sir Frederick Borden, Minister of Defence in Canada, speaking at a banquet at Ottawa, said that he did not favour any contribution being made to the British ...

    Article : 92 words
  21. MR. PRICE'S' COMPLAINTS.

    Mr. T. Price, Premier of South Australia, speaking at the Liverpool Reform Club, said that eight hours of Australian work equalled ten hours' work in England. ...

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  22. BANQUET TO THE EAEL OF DUDLEY.

    Captain Collins, the Commonwealth representative in London, and the Australian Agents-General, have arranged for an Australian banquet in honour of the Earl ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. RUSSIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS.

    Seventy-five political prisoners who are Imprisoned in the fortress of Schlusselburg, near St. Petersburg, succeeded in smuggling out an appeal to the foreign press ...

    Article : 75 words
  24. THE MISSING DIVIDEND.

    The decision of the B.H. Proprietary Company not to declare a dividend this quarter came as a great shock to Broken Hill, which regards that company as the big mina, and ...

    Article : 176 words
  25. GOODS NOT DELIVERED.

    It is now some months since several business people and private citizens paid a year's fee in advance to have their respective pla[?] connected by public telephone exchange, but ...

    Article : 59 words
  26. THE WOMEN'S EXHIBITION.

    Exhibitors at the Melbourne Women's Industrial Exhibition are much dissatisfied over the damaged condition of the returned goods, which is attributed to defective ...

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  27. MR. THOMAS C. BOYD.

    The body of Mr. Thomas C. Boyd, manager of the Pastoral Finance Association, was found floating off Kirribilli Point at about 9 a.m. on Sunday. ...

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  28. DEATH OF COL. KENYON-SLANEY.

    The 'death is announced of Colonel the Right Hon. William Kenyon-Slaney, P.C., M.P. (Conservative), for Newporr, aged 60 years. ...

    Article : 154 words
  29. ALLEGED BREACH OF CUSTOMS ACT.

    An interesting point was raised in the Perth Police Court on Friday in connection with the case of a Chinaman named Ah Ying, who was charged with the unlawful possession ...

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  30. INTERVIEW WITH THE CHAIRMAN OF DIRECTORS.

    When seen by a representative of the "Register" to-day Mr. John Darling, chairman of directors of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, stated that the reasons for the ...

    Article : 207 words
  31. THE SECRETARY'S REPLY

    Mr. T. W. Heide, secretary of the exhibition, expresses the opinion that the complaints have probably arisen in connection with exhibits which were damaged on ...

    Article : 112 words
  32. TO-DAY.

    Arts arid Crafts Exhibition: Art Society's Booms, 76 Pitt-street. Hyde Park: State Military Band," 8. Her Majesty's Theatre: "Humpty Dumpty," 7.45. ...

    Article : 118 words
  33. A COLLIERY IDLE.

    All the usual signals that the Metropolitan colliery would work to-day (Saturday) having boon given, the employees went down the shaft at the usual time, and proceeded to ...

    Article : 94 words
  34. GENERAL UNIEVITCH.

    The death is announced of General Linievitch, who commanded in chief the Russian army in the last Weeks or the RussoJapanese war. ...

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  35. SHIPPING GERMAN EXPLOSIVES.

    The German steamer Hagen, bound from Hamburg to Fremantle, while lying off the Goodwins shipped a cargo of explosives from a German tug. ...

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  36. JEWELLERY STOLEN FROM POTTS POINT.

    About 8 p.m. on Saturday the residence of Mrs. E. Nettbolm, Cballis-avenue, Potts Point, waa ontorod, and Jowollory, including a gold watch and chain,und gold rings, to the value ...

    Article : 69 words
  37. IMMIGRANTS FOR NEW ZEALAND.

    The Federal-Houlder-Shire line steamer Morayshire, which arrived here from Liverpool on Saturday morning, had on board a number of immigrants bound for New ...

    Article : 42 words
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