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  2. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. LAST DAYS FOR ENROLMENT.

    To-day is the last day upon which electors wishing to have their names inserted on the Federal electoral rolls for East Sydney can do so. To-morrow the Revision Court is to ...

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  3. SECOND EDITION SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 2s 3d per ounce standard, a fall of ¼d since yesterday. ...

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  4. BRITISH FISCAL POLICY. MR. H. H. ASQUITH.

    Mr. H. H. Asquith, M.P. (Liberal), yesterday addressed 2000 people at Worcester on the fiscal question. He pointed out that not one of the score of Parliaments of the ...

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  5. THE KING. NUMEROUS CONGRATULATIONS.

    King Edward is at Sandringham. Yesterday he received numerous telegrams congratulating him on the anniversary, of his birthday. ...

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  6. SPECIAL CABLES.

    A bill has been introduced into the United States House of Representatives providing for the granting of rebates of Customs duties on exports and imports ...

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  7. IN PARLIAMENT.

    Theatrically and after a wild blare of trumpets the Premier made in the Legislative Assembly last night his astounding disclosures about the leader of the Opposition, which "the ...

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  8. THE PREMIER OF VICTORIA.

    The statement of the Premier, Mr. Irvine, at the Lord Mayor's banquet last night that he contemplated an early retirement from the Ministry has caused a stir in political ...

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  9. THE QUEEN.

    Sir Edmund Monson, the British Ambassador at Paris, speaking yesterday at a banquet given in honour of the King's Birthday, said that President Loubet had ...

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  10. ITALY AND GREAT BRITAIN.

    'A' French squadron will accompany King Victor Emanuel of Italy into British waters on the occasion of his visit to England. ...

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  11. MESSAGE FROM THE KING.

    The Governor-General on Monday cabled birthday congratulations to his Majesty, and received a reply to-day as follows:—"I sincerely thank yourself, your Ministers, and the Commonwealth of Australia ...

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  12. THE FOREIGN OUTLOOK.

    The banquet to celebrate the inauguration of the Lord Mayor of London, Sir James Thomson Ritchie, was held in the Guild Hall yesterday. Several Ministers ...

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  13. MINISTERIAL SELECTIONS.

    'A' meeting of the executive of the National Protection Union was held last night for the purpose of considering the claims of candidates in the various electorates. The ...

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  14. THE VATICAN. POPE'S ALLOCUTION.

    The Pope's allocution to the Consistory yesterday was a paraphrase of his encyclical. His Holiness said that be could follow ...

    Article : 95 words
  15. THE GERMAN EMPER0R.

    'A' bulletin has been issued to the effect that the doctors attending upon the German Emperor, who underwent an operation for the removal of a polypus from his ...

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  16. LORD BALFOUR OF BURLEIGH.

    Lord Balfour of Burleigh, speaking at Glasgow yesterday, said that the general course of trade had been upwards the whole of the last 30 years. ...

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  17. THE BALKANS.

    Several Bulgarian officers at Kustendil and Philippopolis have been arrested on a charge of plotting against Prince Fer dinand. ...

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  18. FREETRADE COMMITTEE.

    Representations concerning th3 mess into which the Federal electoral, lists have got still reach the executive of the Australian Freetrade League. Several letters were ...

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  19. CARDINAL MERRY DEL VAL.

    Mgr. Merry del Val, who was lately appointed Pontifical Secretary of State, has been raised to the Cardinalate. ...

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  20. SIR CHARLES DILKE.

    Sir Charles Dilke (Liberal), speaking at the National Liberal Club yesterday on fiscal questions, said, "Will members of the Government and the Dukes following ...

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  21. THE LIBERAL PARTY.

    The "Daily News" advises Lord Rosebery to dissolve the Liberal League, which was formed to include the Imperialist Liberals. ...

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  22. THE FUTURE OF MOROCCO.

    The Marquis of Lansdowne, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, replying yesterday to a deputation of merchants, said that whatever the future might have ...

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  23. THE FRENCH ARMY.

    Owing to the decrease in the population of France the recruits for the army were 34,000 fewer in 1903 than they were in 1902, whereas there was in 1903 an ...

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  24. DATE OF THE ELECTIONS.

    The Prime Minister's announcement at Ipswich that the Federal elections will be held on Wednesday, December 16, enables candidates to complete their electioneering ...

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  25. THE POSITION OF INDIA.

    Mr. Chamberlain, in replying to Sir Mancherjee Merwanjee Bhownagree, M.P. (Conservative) for North East Bethnal Green, said that India could not be forced ...

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  26. THE ADEN HINTERLAND.

    The "Daily Mail" reports that a British force has destroyed ten villages of the Kutebi tribe, in the Aden hinterland. Fifty of the tribe surrendered after losing ...

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  27. RUSSIAN TROOPS FOR THE FAR EAST.

    The "Tageblatt," of Vienna, says that the 10th Russian Army Corps has been ordered to prepare to go to the Far East. ...

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  28. SUICIDE OF AN ITALIAN MINISTER.

    Signor Rosano, who was Minister of Finance in the recently-formed Giolitri Administration, has committed suicide at Naples by shooting himself with a ...

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  29. TARIFFS AND RETALIATION.

    Addressing his consituents at South Kensington on Saturday night Earl Percy, Uuder-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, said that Cobden's treaty with Franco and ...

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  30. MINISTER AT ATHENS.

    Mr. Francis E. H. Elliot, the British Agent and Consul-General at Sofia, has been promoted to the position of British Minister at Athens, vacant owing to the ...

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  31. ELECTORAL MACHINERY.

    The first Federal Revision Courts have been opened at Brisbane, and reports received by the Electoral Department show that the machinery is moving smoothly. The Department ...

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  32. A WESTERN AUSTRALIAN VIEW.

    Although the Federal electoral campaign has started in this State, it cannot be said that deep interest is yet being taken in the elections for the Senate. Two of the three ...

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  33. POLITICAL FAITH OF BRITISH MAYORS.

    It has been ascertained that the Mayors of the London boroughs are equally divided in politics. The Mayors of provincial boroughs include 140 Conservatives, 21 ...

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  34. NEW ZEALAND. POLICE RAID ON A CLUB.

    Thirty-one of the persons found on the Olympic Club premises during the recent raid by the police have been fined £2 each, with costs added, the magistrate deciding that the club was a common gambling house. Four of ...

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  35. OBITUARY. LORD ROWTON.

    The death is announced of Lord Rowton at the age of 65. Lord Rowton, K.C.V.O., C.B., P.C., was the second son of the Right Hon. H. T. ...

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  36. VOTE EARLY.

    The electoral authorities are desirous that persons should vote as early as possible on polling day. It is pointed out that some booths may be crowded about the entrance, either by ...

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  37. THE WEATHER. RAIN IN THE INTERIOR

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 209 words
  38. A ROYAL COMMISSION RECOMMENDED.

    The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce yesterday considered the fiscal issue. A resolution was moved recommending fiscal reform, but an amendment favouring the ...

    Article : 48 words
  39. THE LORD MAYOR'S SHOW.

    The Lord Mayor's show yesterday, on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Lord Mayor, Sir James Thomson Ritchie, consisted chiefly of volunteers and ...

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  40. A CLERGYMAN'S DIVORCE.

    An order has been made by the Supreme Court, Wellington, for the payment of alimony of £2 per week by the Rev. Wyndham Earee to his wife, against whom he recently obtained a decree of divorce. ...

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  41. MR. REID AT QUIRINDI.

    Quirindi awoke to-day with a heavy sense of responsibility upon it. The leader of the Federal Opposition was in one of the many fine hostelries with which Quirindi abounds. ...

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  42. A DREADFUL ACCIDENT.

    A waggon and team of horses being driven along a dangerous part of the road, near Taihape, have been thrown over the cliff. The dirver, named Jacks, and three of the horses were killed. ...

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  43. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Cody, the inventor of a war kite, has crossed the English Channel, from Calais to Dover, in a collapsible boat, drawn by a kite. ...

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  44. YACHT RACE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.

    The German Emperor's yacht, the Meteor, which will be manned exclusively by a German crew, will go to the United States in the spring to participate in the ...

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  45. SIR CHARLES NICHOLSON.

    The death is announced of Sir Charles Nicholson, a member of the first Legislative Council of New South Wales, aged [?] years. ...

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  46. THE PRIME MINISTER IN QUEENSLAND.

    During the visit of Mr. Deakin to Brisbane he had a long interview with the Premier on several matters of Federal policy affecting Queensland, particularly regarding the mail ...

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  47. RAINS IN QUINNSLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 411 words
  48. LATE COUNTRY NEWS.

    At a meeting of the progress association to-night the president was instructed to write to Sir Francis Suttor congratulating him upon the honour conferred upon him by the King. ...

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  49. THE TREATMENT OF CANCER.

    Dr. Otto Schmidt's treatment for cancer is to be tested at the Middlesex Hospital, London. Radium valued at £600 has been given ...

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  50. MR. JOHN REDMOND.

    The "Irish Times" reports that Mr. John Edward Redmond, M.P. (the leader of the Nationalist Party in the House of Commons), is likely to retire. ...

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  51. PLAGUE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    John Gast, who was suffering from the plague, died at Woodman's Point Quarantine Station on Sunday. ...

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  52. THE ISTHMIAN CANAL.

    The Panama Republic is sending a commission to Washington to arrange a treaty for the completion of the Isthmian canal. The first annual conference of the Women's ...

    Article : 61 words
  53. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 2s 3¼d per ounce standard, a fall of 1-16d since Saturday. [above appeared in a portion of yesterday's ...

    Article : 31 words
  54. Advertising

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  55. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.

    Public holidays have been proclaimed in the following places:—District of Wentworth, Friday, November 13; district of Narrabri, Wednesday, November 18; police district of Macleay River, Monday, November 23. ...

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  56. Advertising

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