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  2. COAL CRISIS.

    The Government has taken action in connection with the coal crisis at Newcastle, and the Premier is very hopeful that the suggestions he has made will lead ...

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  3. CIVIC DISORDER.

    That chao[?] prevails in connection with Town Hall affairs at present a few progressive aldermen are willing to admit. Strong cliques dominate the council, and subtle ...

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  4. THE REVIEW.

    Apart from the fact that it was drawn out too long, the review of the metrepolitan troops on Centennial Park in honour of the King's birthday on Saturday was a decided success. ...

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  5. AUSTRALIA'S NEED.

    There was a large and brilliant gathering at a dinner given last night by the Mayor in honour of the King's Birthday Among those present were the Governor-General, ...

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  6. SECOND EDITION

    The birthday of the King was celebrated throughout the world. Sir Richard Solomon, Agent-General of the Transvaal, has presented to his ...

    Article : 52 words
  7. THE DRUCE CASE.

    At the Marylebone Police Court this morning, the hearing was resumed of the charge of perjury against Humbert Druce, preferred by George Hollamby Druce, ...

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  8. CASE FOR PREFERENCE,

    In reply to the offer of Mr. W. A. S. Hewins, Secretary of the Tariff Commission, that if Mr. Asquith, Chancellor of the Exchequer, will state definitely and ...

    Article : 216 words
  9. BIRTHDAY HONOURS.

    In commemoration of the King's Birthday a number of honours are announced to-day. No new peers are created. Among those who have received honours are:— ...

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  10. GERMAN EMPEROR'S VISIT.

    The German Emperor and Empress are at Flushing, Holland, and will leave there to-day. on their visit to Englund. The German press emphasises the ...

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  11. MOROCCAN SITUATION IMPROVES.

    France has recalled all her torpedo boat destroyers and four cruisers from Morocco, in consequence of the improved situation. ...

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  12. SOUTH AFRICA'S PERSEVERANCE.

    When unveiling a bust erected at Grahamstown to the memory of Cecil Rhodes, Dr. Jameson, Premier of Cape Colony, said that, although the colonies ...

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  13. GERMAN CROWN PRINCESS'S ACCOUCHEMENT.

    The Crown Princess of Germany, has been accouched of a son. ...

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  14. SIR JOHN HARE.

    Sir John Hare has been prominent in dramatic circles since 1875, when he assumed the management of the Court Theatre, London, and gathered round him a brilliant company, ...

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  15. A PEER'S SUICIDE.

    Lord Kilmaine committed suicide in Paris. During a neurasthenic attack he jumped from a window in the presence of his wife. Death was due to a fracture ...

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  16. RAILWAY SETTLEMENT.

    The "Daily Telegraph" advises the application of the principle of the conciliation scheme adopted in the settlement of the raliway dispute for the settlement of ...

    Article : 176 words
  17. KILLED IN THE HUNTING FIELD.

    Lord Chesham, Master of the Royal Buckhounds, was thrown from his horse and killed yesterday, while hunting with the Pytchley hounds. ...

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  18. QUEENSLAND POLITICS.

    The following letter has been forwarded to the Premier by the Central Political Executive and Parliamentary party:— "Sir,—Your communication of the 4th inst ...

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  19. MONETARY STRINGENCY.

    The Imperial Bank of Germany has advanced the discount rate from 6½ to 7½ per cent. Wood's National Bank at Texas has ...

    Article : 77 words
  20. TRANSVAAL MINING LABOUR.

    Sir George Farrar, chairman of the East Rand Proprietary Group of Mines, speaking at a meeting at Boksburg, said that the mineowners regarded Chinese ...

    Article : 90 words
  21. MINERS' PRESIDENT INTERVIEWED.

    Mr. Peter Bowling, president of the Miners Federation, on being seen late to-night, said that he had received communications from the Premier in regard to the present coal ...

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  22. REVISION O THE FRENCH TARIFF.

    "Le Temps of Paris, attacks the Parliamentary C[?]toms Committee for unconstitutionally [?]questing the suspension of all negotiatios for commercial ...

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  23. CENTRAL AMERICAN STATES.

    The Presidents of the Republics of Nicaragua, Honduras, and Salvador have held a conference at Amapala, a seaport in Honduras, and have agreed to resume ...

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  24. THE DELINE OF COPPER.

    The recent [?]ecline of copper was due to heavy sell[?]g, which absorbed a good part of the A[?]erican accumulation, leaving the posit[?] somewhat healthier. ...

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  25. THE VICTORIAN BUDGET.

    The "Economist" publishes an interesting reply by the Victorian Government to the newspaper's criticisms on the Victorian budget. The "Economist" admits ...

    Article : 97 words
  26. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    Notwithstanding the anxiety of the rederal Government to see that a seat of Government is provided for at a site in Now South Wales to be deterimined according to the terms of ...

    Article : 279 words
  27. NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL TEAM.

    The New Z[?]and football team played Wigan yesterday, and for the first time was defeated.Thirty thousand people witnessed the [?]atch. Both sides put the ...

    Article : 101 words
  28. COMMITTEE'S "STRIKE" RESOLUTIONS.

    The resolutions embodying the strike recommendations passed by the miners' committee of management on Friday were placed before the majority of the mining ...

    Article : 435 words
  29. ENGLAND DOESN'T CARE A BUTTON

    A remarkable statement was made last night by the Premier (Mr. Bent) in responding to the toast of the State at the King's Birthday dinner. ...

    Article : 262 words
  30. PUNISHMENT OF INDIANS.

    Mr. John Morley, Secretary of State for India, in reply to Mr. Collinson, secretary of the Indian Humanitarian Committee, urging him to remit the sentences of ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. LIVERPOOL [?]UTUMN MEETING.

    At the Liverp[?] Autumn Meeting Yesterday the race[?]r the principal event resulted as und[?]— LIVERPOOL AUT[?]IN CUP (handicap) of ...

    Article : 237 words
  32. EX-LORD MAYOR'S SOLUTION.

    Alderman Taylor will move on Tuesday night, at the regular meeting:— That all appointments to the corporation staff not exceeding £300 a year be ...

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  33. WOMANHOOD SUFFRAGE.

    Following the advice of the Prime Minister, Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman, to keep on pestering for adult suffrage, advocates of the female franchise now intervene at ...

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  34. ENTHUSIASM IN RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The rifle team was welcomed at Launceston on Saturday morning and at Hobart in the evening at a Mayoral reception at the Town Hall. At the latter function Major ...

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  35. MISSING MAN REAPPEARS.

    Alfred Boldner, who was beileved to have been eaten by sharks at Elwood Beach on January 1, 1905, has been seen lat[?]ly by friends and acquaintances of his in Melbourne. The ...

    Article : 233 words
  36. RAILWAY RATES.

    Mr. Lloyd George, President of the Board of Trade, is appointing a committee Of railway experts and others to consider rates and economies which may be made ...

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  37. THE PROPOSED ELECTROLYTIC WORKS.

    In connection with the difficulty regarding the establishment of the electrolytic works at Port Kembla, the whole questuion seems to hinge on the matter of harbour dues. The ...

    Article : 155 words
  38. SHOCKING, RAILWAY FATALITY.

    Ganger Charles O'Neill, while riding a trlcycle on his length between Jerriwa and [?]olong this morning, between 6 and 7 o'clock, was caught by the Melbourne express, second ...

    Article : 78 words
  39. LUSITANIA'S NEW RECORD.

    The Lusitania, despite a severe gale, improved her outward record across the Atlantic by one hour, doing the voyage ii 4 days 19 hours. ...

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