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  2. ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.

    The opening of the first completed wing of the Royal Hospital for Women by her Excellency Lady Northcote, which takes place to-day at Paddington, forms auother noble ...

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  3. OUR INDUSTRIES.

    The manufacture of drugs and chemicals is a growing industry in New South Wales, and one that may be expected to reach considerable proportions with time. Man is prone ...

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  4. VICTORIA.

    Compensation due in respect to hotels closed at North Melbourne was available on Monday. During the day 57 claims, to the amount of £28,050, were paid. There are ...

    Article : 42 words
  5. GERMANY'S EXCLUSIVE POLICY.

    After a delay of several months definite information reached Sydney yesterday to the effect that the German Government, under pressure from the Imperial authorities, has ...

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  6. MASSACRES IN POLISH CITIES.

    May Day, which was celebrated in Warsaw by processions of workers, was marked by a terrible massacre, troops firing on the crowds and riding them ...

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  7. THE COMMONWEALTH REVENUE.

    Sir George Turner, the Federal Treasurer, has sent telegrams to each of the States, informing them that he has revised his estimates of revenue and giving what, in his ...

    Article : 471 words
  8. BALTIC FLEET.

    A telegram from Tokio states that Admiral Niebogatoff, in command of the third squadron of the Baltic fleet, passed Singapore on Saturday. ...

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  9. KINNEAR V KINNEAR.

    In the Divorce Court to-day before Mr. Justice Hood, Robert S. Kinnear, of Toorak, obtained a decree nisi for divorce from his wife, Mary Watson Kinnear, now living in ...

    Article : 264 words
  10. THE NAVY.

    The new battleship, which will be the most powerful in the world, and the building of which Mr. A. H. Lee, Civil Lord of the Admiralty, foreshadowed in his speech ...

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  11. FRENCH NEUTRALITY.

    The Japanese press shows renewed irritation at the continuous use of French ports by the Baltic fleet. The issue of a fresh remonstrance by ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. QUEENSLAND.

    A cablegram has been received from Mr. Jones, the Trade Commissioner, stating that a contract for the supply of flour for the British Army in Hongkong has been secured ...

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  13. DETERIORATED 12IN GUNS.

    In consequence of the wiring of the 12inch guns on the battleships Ocean and Vengeance having slackened, they are being replaced by the new 12-inch gun. ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. MARCH ON VLADIVOSTOCK.

    The Russians report that the sixth Japanese Army, under General Hasegawa, 100,000 strong, is at Gen-san (Won-san), Korea, and will shortly be moving ...

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  15. DESTROYERS REINFORCE CHINA STATION.

    Five torpedo-boat destroyers from Gibraltar have sailed to reinforce the British squadron on the China station. ...

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  16. THE TREASURER'S NORTHERN TOUR.

    The Treasurer to-day, referring to his northern tour, commented on the [?] that some of the richest land in Queensland, from Lucinda Point to a few miles above Port ...

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  17. JAPANESE INTERNAL LOAN.

    The fifth Japanese Internal loan has been covered fivefold. ...

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  18. THE KING IN FRANCE.

    The King, who is now in Paris, has received M. Deleasse, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, in audience. While the German press is trying to ...

    Article : 67 words
  19. RIOTS AT LODZ.

    On May Day crowds at Lodz, Poland, stoned the military, who retaliated by firing v[?]lleys on them. Two people were killed. Later a bomb was thrown at a ...

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  20. COMMENTS ON THE SITUATION.

    In noting the message that important naval events are expected within ten days—or, let it be said, within the present month, for the matter is doubtful—it is well to be prepared ...

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  21. PEACE IN ST. PETERSBURG.

    All was quiet during May Day at St. Petersburg, except that a bomb exploded in a private house, injuring two students who were handling it. ...

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  22. HOW SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS AFFECTED.

    To-day the attention of the State Treasurer was directed to the serious falling off in the Customs revenue as announced by Sir George Turner. Mr. Butler said: With reference to ...

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  23. STRIKE IN CHICAGO.

    The strike of teamsters at Chicago is assuming a more alarming aspect. The employers have armed 1000 non-union teamsters with rifles. ...

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  24. SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

    The Committee of Ways and Means of the Norwegian Storthing (Parliament) has recommended the raising of a loan of £2,000,000. A Swedish politician has ...

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  25. EMPLOYEES AT SUGAR MILLS.

    The Treasurer has been discussing with Dr. Maxwell, comptroller of the Central mills, the question of improving the condition of the men at the mills. They have in most cases, ...

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  26. TURKS KILL GREEKS.

    A force of Turkish regulars attacked a Greek band at Belkamon. Three of the Greek band were killed and 50 others were captured. ...

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  27. SMALL HOLDINGS.

    Mr. Gerald Balfour, president of the Local Government Board, has appointed a committee to inquire into the working of the Small Holdings Act, and to report ...

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  28. VICTORIAN SETTLERS FOR QUEENSLAND.

    Messrs. A. Murphy and J. Fetz, of Victoria, interviewed the Minister for Lands to-day, when matters connected with the proposed migration of a number of farmers were fixed ...

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  29. THE NEW GUINEA MONOPOLY.

    The announcement in yesterday's issue of the "Herald" that the Nord-deuts[?]hor Lloyd has entered into an agreement for a term of five years with all the planters in German ...

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  30. CRETE DEFIANT.

    On Saturday the Consuls in Candia requested the Cretan authorities to remove the Greek flag from public buildings in the city and substitute the Cretan flag. ...

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  31. TRAGIC SHOOTING AFFRAY.

    This morning Alfred Murray, aged 41 years, purchased a small revolver from Cecil Atkinson, an employee of the Lithgow Supply Company. Shortly after 11 o'clock he went ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. George Greer, of the firm of Bonnen and Gleer, solicitors, died last evening. An inquest was hold to-day. Deceased's wife stated that her husband had bad health for eight ...

    Article : 89 words
  33. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Mines Department has been notified that gold has been found at Baramble, near the rabbit-proof fence and about 85 miles north-east of Mount Magnet. Five leases have been ...

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  34. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM.

    Despite the rain and the cold, the Australian cricketers are engaged in steady and satisfactory practice at Lord's. The umpires for the test matches have ...

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  35. TASMANIA.

    The Legislative Council election to-day to fill the vacancy caused by effluxion of time resulted as follow:- W. G. Gibson (retiring member), 856; ...

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  36. WATKIN MILLS COMPANY.

    By the R.M.S. India, which reachcd Fremantle from Colombo this morning, Mr. Watkin Mills and his English concert company arrived to open their Australian season. The ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND.

    An application for an order dissolving the Colonial Bank came before his Honor Judge Williams, at Dunedin, and was opposed by the shareholders' committee on the ground that ...

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  38. GIRGAREE TRAGEDY.

    Mr. George Skinner, a postal assistant at the Wagga Post Office, a brother of Mr. William Skinner, who was murdered at Tatura, states that the victim of the tragedy ...

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  39. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Dr. Dutton, of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, a member of the scientific expedition to the Congo, has succumbed to tick fever. ...

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  40. BISHOP HARMER'S FAREWELL.

    Bishop Harmer, in an address at the Synod of the Anglican Church to-day, said he would miss the Synod of South Australia, with its power of action. In taking part in similar ...

    Article : 283 words
  41. SYNOD OF THE BRISBANE DIOCESE.

    In the course of his inaugural address at the first session of the fourteenth Synod of the Brisbane Diocese, which was opened to-day, Bishop Donaldson said the scarcity of men ...

    Article : 276 words
  42. QUEENSLAND LABOUR CONVENTION.

    The Labour Convention was opened at the Trades Hall to-day. There was a large attendance of delegates, almost every labour organisation throughout the State being ...

    Article : 178 words
  43. SEARCHING RIVER FLATS.

    It has been established to the satisfaction of the police that the Girgaree suspect left Rutherglen on March 15, and that his beard was then shaved off. A brother of the ...

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  44. THE CROW'S NEST TRAGEDY.

    At the Toowoomba Police Court this morning James Ryan was committed for trial at the Circuit Court, to be held at Toowoomba on September 26, on a charge of the murder of ...

    Article : 55 words
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