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  2. THE LATE STORM.

    The sensational news was brought to Sydney yesterday afternoon that a kotch, the name o[?] which was unknown had foundered off Botany and that there were no signs of the crew, ...

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  3. THE STRANDEBWARSHIP

    His Excellency Vice-Admiral Sir Wilmo[?] Fawkes yesterday sent a despatch by the Messageries Maritimes Company's steamer Pacifique to the commander of H.M.S. Cambrian, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 609 words
  4. RAILWAY SMASH.

    A serious railway accident happened near Weston, on the Aberdare line, this afternoon, in which but for the miraculously safe crossing of a bridge by a train a number of ...

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  5. MAIL CONTRACT.

    The Laing Syndicate, which has contracted for the carriage of mails from Australia, expresses its willingness to give a bond for a further £25,000 directly ...

    Article : 109 words
  6. PEACE NOTES.

    The Notes guaranteeing the status quo of those parts of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic in which they are directly interested, exchanged between Great ...

    Article : 117 words
  7. THE MONEY MARKET.

    The Money Market article of the "Times" states that many had regarded, the announcement of Mr. H. H. Asquith, Chancellor of the Exchequer, that the ...

    Article : 259 words
  8. MARSHALL ISLANDS TRADE.

    Replying to the Earl of Jersey, Lord Fitzmaurice, Parliamentary Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, stated in the House of Lords last night that the ...

    Article : 134 words
  9. QUEENSLAND'S ATTITUDE.

    The Premier was questioned this morning as to Queensland's attitude regarding the mail contract. He said:- "Queensland is 'on her own,' and she will ...

    Article : 90 words
  10. STATEMENTS FROM ENGLAND.

    Mr. N. C. Fowlic, speaking of the prospects of the White Star Line taking up the Australian English mail contract, stated yesterday:— "Before I left London, on May 17, it was ...

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  11. INTERVIEW WITH GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    When the Governor-General and staff, accompanied by Mr. Mauger, Honorary Minister, came aboard the Tsinan, they were cordially greeted by Captain Lindbergh and the ...

    Article : 475 words
  12. FEDERAL CABINET CONSIDERATION

    The Prime Minister and the Minister for Customs were both at their offices to-day, and callers were numerous. A Cabinet meeting will be held to-morrow, at which many ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. RISE IN CONSOLS.

    Consols were quoted yesterday at £84 12s 6d, a rise of £1 7s 6d since Thursday. The rise is due to the statement by Mr. Asquith that this year the ...

    Article : 47 words
  14. BLACK HAND ATROCITY.

    A gang of the Black Hand (Italian secret society) at New Orleans (U.S.A.) captured a boy, for whose release they demanded a ransom of £1200 from his father, Mr. ...

    Article : 215 words
  15. VICTORIA'S AGREEMENT.

    It is probable that the Acting State Premier will be able to submit to the State Cabinet to-morrow a draft of the agreement between the State and the mail syndicate, ...

    Article : 219 words
  16. CURBING THE LORDS.

    The debate in the House of Commons on the motion submitted by the Prime Minister, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, declaring that the power of the House of ...

    Article : 135 words
  17. A MODERN COAL-CARRIER.

    The new steamer Period, the latest addition to the fleet of steamers owned by the Howard Smith Company, completed her maiden voyage to-day, arriving in port early this ...

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  18. HIS EXCELLENCY AND THE SAILORS

    From the time the Pyramus struck on Sunday morning until the Tsinan left the following day, practically not a man on board the cruiser had a moment's rest. Throughout ...

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  19. VIEWS OF MR. J. COOK, M.P.

    Speaking yesterday with reference to the later developments of the mail contract negotiations, Mr. J. Cook, M. P., said:- "I have read the statements of Mr. Watson, ...

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  20. IMMIGRATION.

    The New South Wales Immigration Bureau in London reports that during the last half-year assisted passages were granted to 1594 males and 427 females. ...

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  21. GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY.

    The Kiel "Gazette," which is a semiofficial organ, asks why Germany should not conclude with Japan an alliance similar to that between Japan and France. ...

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  22. EXCITING EXPERIENCES.

    When our first edition went to press yesterday the whole of the account of the stranding of H.M.S. Pyramus on a reef off the Queensland coast sent by our special reporter ...

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  23. ANOTHER PHASE OF THE TIMBER STRIKE.

    Although the wages dispute in the timber industry so far as regards the members of the Sawmillers' Union and engine-drivers was settled by the ratification of the agreement ...

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  24. WRECK OF THE SANTIAGO.

    One of the boats of the steamer Santiago, which was wrecked off the coast of Chill, drifted about for several days with 20 people aboard, and was eventually ...

    Article : 46 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Wilding beat Beais Wright by 3 sets to love in the first round for the Wimbledon lawn tennis championship. AUSTRALIAN SHOW EXHIBITS. ...

    Article : 85 words
  26. NEW ZEALAND.

    Sir Joseph Ward was tendered a great reception at the Town Hall to-night. He stated in the course of a speech that Mr. Hall Jones was about to take six months' ...

    Article : 57 words
  27. FRENCH COURTS-MARTIAL.

    The Chamber of Deputies, at the instance of M. Clemenceau, the Premier, has postponed its discussion on the bill for the abolition of permanent-courts-martial ...

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  28. A DISTRESS BELL.

    Boisterous weather has prevailed on the Port Hacking and Cronulla Beach coasts for the last few days. Mail-drivers from Por[?] Hacking report hearing a boll ringing loudly ...

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  29. CONTRACT IMMIGRANTS.

    Mr. Kidston was interviewed this morning in reference to the reported engagement of 1000 Spaniards by tho C.S.R. Company for work on the sugar plantations. The reasons given, ...

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  30. CHIPS IN THE GALES.

    The French barque Armen, commanded by Captain Rovel, arrived from Portland (Oregon) this morning after a passage of 55 days. Between Samoa and Fiji the vessel fell in ...

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  31. LIQUOR AND LEGISLATION.

    Speaking at Boxer's Creek, Mr. T. Rose said that an important omission in the Liquor Act was the absence of a drastic provision to enforce the sale of unadulterated liquor. A ...

    Article : 130 words
  32. TALLOW SALES.

    Al the sales of Australian and New Zealand tallow to-day, 1658 casks were offered, and 760 were sold. Prices realised were:—Mutton, fine 37s, medium 35s; beef, fine 36s 6d, ...

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  33. A PROHIBITED IMMIGRANT.

    The High Court to-day delivered Judgment in the appeal against the decision of the magistrate whereby a Chinese whose father resided in Victoria was adjudged a prohibited ...

    Article : 341 words
  34. BRITISH ARMY SUPPLIES.

    Major Long, who was commissioned by the War Office to inquire in the Australasia States with reference to the supply of canned meats for the British Army, arrived at ...

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  35. MUTINEERS PUNISHED.

    As a punishment for their mutiny, 607 infantrymen at Agde has been sent to Tunis. ...

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  36. THE CRUISE OF THE FLAGSHIP.

    H.M.S. Powerful is under orders to sail from Sydney at 11 o'clock this morning for Melbourne, where she will remain for the ceremony in connection with the opening of ...

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  37. PRIME MINISTER SURPRISED.

    The Prime Minister, on his attention being called to the statement from Western Australia that Spaniards on the steamer passing through Fremantle on Saturday were the ...

    Article : 179 words
  38. THE HAGUE CONFERENCE.

    Orestes Ferrara, an anarchist, formerly an Italian revolutionist, who is the representative of Cuba at the Hague International Conference, was informed that ...

    Article : 45 words
  39. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    At about 9 o'clock last night H.M S. Powerful, from her moorings in Farm Cove, was in communication by means of wireless telegraphy with H.M.S. Challenger and H.M.S. ...

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  40. THE CONDITIONS MODERATING.

    The winds and seas moderated considerably yesterday, although heavy conditions still rul[?] along the North Coast, where numbers of vessels, including seven of the North Coast ...

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  41. MISHAP TO A STEAMER.

    As the Union Company's island steamer Atua was proceeding down the harbour last night, outward bound for Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga, an accident happened in her ...

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  42. PORTUGUESE DISTURBANCES.

    [?]er has been restored in Portugal. The Government has closed the Republican clubs in Lisbon. ...

    Article : 23 words
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