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  2. Advertising

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  3. COBAR STRIKE.

    The strikers are conducting themselves in a most orderly manner. fathered in groups about the streets and seldom discussing the strike question the men are rather jovial in ...

    Article : 392 words
  4. THE PREMIER'S TOUR.

    The Government party called at Alstonville and Wollongbar on the way to Ballina from Lismore this morning, and Empire Day addresses were deliyered to children at cach ...

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  5. THE RAND STRIKE.

    Strikers yesterday attacked and stoned the police at Ferreira Deep mine on the Rand, and intimidated, workers into joining the strike. Violent scenes were ...

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  6. THE MAIL CONTRACT.

    Mr. Bent, Ptemler of Victoria, informed Mr. Donkin, Prime Minister of Australia, that Victoria was prepared to join in a guarantee of the mail subsidy for a decade ...

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  7. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    Four more reports have been sent to the Government by the Tariff Commission. They deal with agricultural products and groceries, apparel and textiles generally, cameras and ...

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  8. A CONVERSAZIONE.

    An entertaining programme was presented at a conversazione, which was held, under the auspices ot the councils of the British Empire League and Women's Branch, at ...

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  9. COMMERCE FACILITIES IN JAPAN.

    The Japanese Government has forwarded to the Customs Department a pamphlet descriptive of the Imperial Commercial Museum in Tokio. The institution, for the purposes of ...

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  10. MR. BENT'S WORK.

    Mr. Bent, Premier of Victoria, has arrived at a fair and satisfactory arrangement with the London and Westminster Bank regarding the management of the ...

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  11. PLOT TO KILL THE CZAR.

    In conuection with the recent plot to kill the Czar at the Summer Palace, it is now stated that a Russian girl student, who belonged to the revolutionary Party, ...

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  12. BANQUET AT RANDWICK.

    The Kmpire Day celebrations at Randwick culminated in a banquet given by Mr. David Storey, M.L.A., to the Mayors, aldermen, and a number of prominent gentlemen of the ...

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  13. RETURN VIA CANADA.

    Mr. Bent, who returns to Victoria via Canada, will inspect the New York Central railway. ...

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  14. REPATRIATION WORK.

    "Mr F. C. Govers, of the New South Wales intelligence Department, is now in Melbourne to make arrangements for the transhipment of the New South Wales section of repatriated ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS.

    Mr. Bent and Mr. Tait (Chief Commissioner of the Victorian Railways) will inspect the new electrical railways at Newcastle-on-Tyne, from Liverpool and ...

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  16. AT THE HOSPITALS.

    The hospital patients were [?]ot forgotten on Empire Day. the Misses Amy and Carrie Fairfax, of London, and formerly of Sydney, for the second time evinced their ...

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  17. DEPUTATION AT BYRON BAY.

    Deputations met Mr. Carruthers this evening in the School of Arts with reference to local matters It, was asked that Byron Bay jetty be extended. The proposal it was ...

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  18. ADELAIDE CUSTOMS CASES.

    Objection has been taken in Adelalde to Mr. Mills, secretary of the Customs Department, being on the board appointed to inquire into the charges arising out of the recent frauds ...

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  19. EDUCATION CONFERENCE.

    The "Times" describes the Federal Conference on Education, which will open at Westminster to-day, as the most remarkable feature of the day, and an ...

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  20. TERMS OF CONFERENCE.

    Mr. Blakemore met Mr. MacDonell to-night for about 10 minutes during the railway journey between Lithgow station and the coal stage. ...

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  21. IMMIGRATION FACILITIES.

    Referring to emigration, Mr. Bent is not disposed to go so far as Canada in the direction of inducements offered to settiers. He told Mr. Deakin that Victoria ...

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  22. PERSONAL.

    Our special reporter at Cobar telegraphed yesterday:—The visit of his Excellency Sir Harry Rawson, Miss Rawson, and party, was brought to a close to-day. The Vice-regal ...

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  23. OVER-SEA CELEBRATIONS

    Empire Day was observed in the schools of Ontario yesterday. Twenty-five thousand school children walked in procession in Toronto, and witnessed the ...

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  24. AMONG THE SCHOOLS.

    Adequate preparations for a worthy celebration of Empire Day were made at the Boys High School, Pyrmont, by Mr. J. Waterhouse, M.A., principal, and his staff, The ...

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  25. STATES' DEBT CONVERSION.

    After inquiries among financiers and bankers Mr. Bent is not disposed to think it possible for the Commonwealth to convert the State debts in a satisfactory ...

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  26. THE SOUTHSEA TRAGEDY.

    At the local police court to-day John Langford Crumpe was charged with the murder at Southsea of Mrs. Crumpe a widow, with whom be claimed ...

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  27. VICTORIA.

    The case of Horace Perkins, fancy goods dealer, who was charged with having exposed to public view indecent postcards, was reheard at the City Court to-day on an order ...

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  28. IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    Eight hundred thousand school children in London and five millions in the United kingdom will salute the flag to-day. ...

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  29. THE DAY IN AUSTRALIA.

    Empire Day makes its way amongst a people rather averse from such demonstrations. It is fortunate, in that the date is coincident with the Queen's Birthday, which for nearly ...

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  30. MR. DEAKIN'S LABOURS.

    Sir Langdon Bonython, in the course of an Interview, declares that Mr. Deakin's remarkable labours at the Colonial Conference meet with widespread appioval in ...

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  31. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    Nominations were lodged to-day in connection with the Legislative Council elections on June 4. The following were, elected unopposed:—Sir Henry Wrixon, Messrs. E. Miller. ...

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  32. SAILORS' WAGES.

    Mr. Kenny, secretary of the Sailors and Firemen's Union, announces that a movement is afoot in various, ports to demand an all-round rise in wages of 10s per ...

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  33. SIR HECTOR MACDONALD MEMORIAL.

    The national memorial tower erected at Dingwall, his birthplace, to commemorate the life and work of Major-General Sir Hector Macdonald was inaugurated ...

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  34. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A serious stabbing affray occurred at Port Adelaide to-night. Several Dutch sailors were inebriated near a hotel. Henry Robinson, a lumper, interfered, and he was stabbed ...

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  35. WOOLWICH ARSENAL DISCHARGES.

    German agents are trying to persuade workmen who have been discharged from Woolwich Arsenal to emigrate to Germany. The officials have warned the ...

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  36. INFURIATED WOMEN.

    A mob of infuriated women stormed factories at Terni, Italy, in order to expel those who were displacing their husbands, who are on strike. ...

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  37. MACQUARIE-PLACE.

    There was a large gathering of people in the triangular reserve, Macquarie-place, at midday, to witness the ceremony of unfuriing the Union Jack from a new flagstaff crected ...

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  38. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    In the Supreme Court yesterday an action was commenced before Mr, Justice Rooth and a jury, in which Walter Francis Wood sued Dr. Trethowan for damages for alleged negligence. ...

    Article : 315 words
  39. QUEENSLAND.

    Mr. A. J. Thynne M.L.C., has returned from a visit to the United Kingdom. He stated that the name of Queensland had risen very much indeed in the estimation of the people ...

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  40. CONSPIRACY IN GUATEMALA.

    Four men, who attempted to assassinate President, Cabrera, of Guatemala, took refuge in an empty house in Guatemala. When the troops surrounded the house, ...

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  41. PURCHASE OF ART TREASURES.

    Mr. Pierpont Morgan has purchased in Paris' for £200,000 the Hoenschel collection of carvings, statuary, and furniture, which is one of the finest of the kind in ...

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  42. CONFINING A SAILOR.

    The adjourned case of Thomas Burns, seaman of the British barque Bessfield, charged on the information of the master. Captain John Rodgers, with having neglected his duty ...

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  43. RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA.

    Sir William Lyne and Dr. Wollaston had an interview with Mr. W. S. Fielding, Minister of Finance in the Canadian Cabinet, when they discussed the proposed ...

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  44. NEW ZEALAND.

    An Inquiry into the recent fire on the steamer Mokoia at Dunedin resulted in the Jury expressing an opinion that it, was duo to spontaneous combustion, arising front a cause ...

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  45. EXFORT OF APPLES.

    Apples shipped by the. S.S. Runic, R.M.S. Omrah, and S.S. Miltiades were offered in Covent Garden yesterday. Australian apples realised from 7s 9d to 12s 6d a ...

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  46. BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT.

    A breach of promise suit was heard in the County Court to-day. The plaintiff was Mrs. Betsy Baldwin, widow, of Wallan Wallan, and the defendant was Joshua Dickenson, ...

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  47. COINING PLANT.

    A number of counterfelt coins and coining plant were found in a building in Cuba-street, Wellington, yesterday. The promises were occupied by Henry Peacock. ...

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  48. SERIOUS BURNING ACCIDENTS.

    A nine-year-old daughter of Mr. E. Williams, of this town, was severely burned on Tuesday evening through her clothes igniting, and died a few hours afterwards. ...

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  49. SIR JOHN KIRK.

    Mr. John Kirk, who has been secretary of the Ragged School Union for the past 34 years, has been knighted. May 24. ...

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  50. DEATH SENTENCE.

    The trial of Claude Paget for the murder of Pearl Axup on February 12 lasted four days. The defence was one of insanity. The jury found prisoner guilty, and strongly ...

    Article : 60 words
  51. QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS.

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  52. LIGHT HORSE CAMP.

    The A.L.H. encampment, which will be held at Wooroowoolgeu to-monow and next week will be the largest gathering of military forces ever formed north of Newcastle. Major ...

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  53. FINING OF SLAUGHTERMEN.

    Fourteen, Pareroa slaughtermen who were fined in connection with the recent strike refuse to pay the fines. Motions have been filed in the Supreme Court for attachement of ...

    Article : 41 words
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