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  2. A LAST APPEAL TO LANG.

    The hon. sec. W.L.L., Dulwich Hill and Marrickville, writes:—"The persistence with which the followers of Mr. Cullam continue to vilify, Mr. W. E. Johnson is likely to do incalculable ...

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  3. THE FAR EAST. RUSSIA'S ACTS AND REPORTS.

    Much uneasiness is felt at Tokio owing to there being an impression that there is a wide difference between the Russian reply to the Japanese proposals and the ...

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  4. BRITISH FISCAL POLICY, NO DECAY IN SHIPPING

    Sir Christopher Furness, M.P.(Liberal), speaking at West Hartlepool, denied that the shipping trade was decaying. He asserted that the yards in the Tyne, ...

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  5. COUNTING THE VOTES.

    It will be learned with a considerable amount of surprise, and, doubtless, dissatisfaction, that the counting of the Votes recorded to-day under the provisions of the ...

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  6. A CAUTION.

    Mr. N. Ellice Hunt urges electors to note the difference between the crosses (X) of the federal elections and the figure (I) required for the referendum. That this caution is needed ...

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  7. INSUFFICIENT ELECTION EXPENSES.

    The returning officer for Eden-Monaro (Mr. I. A. Shannon) states that only £100 was voted for expenses in this electorate, whereas he applied for £800. The expenses of the last election ...

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  8. RECALLING JAPANESE RESERVES.

    The "Times" asserts that it is reported in London in Japanese circles that ali Japanese of military age have been recalled to'Japan. The Japanese Legation ...

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  9. IRON EXPORTS INCREASING.

    Sir John Jones Jenkins, in the course of an address at Swansea, yesterday, d[?] clared that the exports of galvanised sheets and of tinplates from Great Britain ...

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  10. NORTH SYDNEY.

    Mr. Dugald Thomson, M.P., addressed the electors of Willoughby on Monday evening at the local Town Hall, and met with a cordial reception. The Mayor of Willoughby (Mr. F. ...

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  11. MR. DEAKIN'S MESSAGE TO NEW SOUTH WALES.

    To-night Mr. Deakin made the following statemept to a representative of the "Herald:"— "My final view of the election prospects is ...

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  12. WORLD'S IMMENSE PRODUCTIVENESS.

    Mr. Robert Wallace, professor of agriculture and rural economy in the University, of Edinburgh, in a letter to the "Times." says that alarmists at home who predict ...

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  13. GERMANY'S POLICY.

    Count von Bulow, the German Imperial Chancellor, speaking in the Reichstag on Monday night, declared that Germany would not burn a finger in the way of ...

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  14. THE NEWCASTLE SEAT.

    Preparations for the poll to-morrow have been completed. Roughly speaking, there are about 37,000 names on the roll for the Newcastle electorate. Thirty-seven polling ...

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  15. A KOREAN RIOT.

    A riot of Korean labourers occurred at Mokpho, a treaty port in the south of Korea. The riot was suppressed by Japanese marines. ...

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  16. NAVAL FACILITIES AT HONGKONG.

    The British Admiralty is building at Hongkong a pier for the coaling of battleships. ...

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  17. A COMPARISON OF EMIGRATION.

    A correspondent of the "Times" quotes official statistics showing that German emigration in 1881, the year after the policy of protection was adopted in that ...

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  18. THE UNITED STATES. THE PRESIDENCY.

    A fund amounting to £500,000; provided largely by trust magnates, has been formed in the United States for the purpose of defeating the nomination of ...

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  19. THE GERMAN SOCIALISTS.

    Herr Bebel, the leader of a section of the Socialist party, in the German Reichstag yesterday, said that the social reform programme put forward by the ...

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  20. THE FREEFOOD LEAGUE.

    Lord Balfour of Burleigh, Lord George Hamilton, Viscount Goschen, Lord James of Hereford, and Mr. C. T. Ritchie, of the Freefood League, concur with the advice ...

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  21. WENTWORTH ELECTORATE.

    Mr. W. H. Kelly, the freetrade candidate for Wentworth, wound up his campaign in excellent style last night. He addressed no fewer than four meetings, and every where was ...

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  22. A GREAT " RALLY."

    What was advertised as a "Great Ministerial Rally" was held at the Protestant Hall last evening under the presidency of the Hon. Dr. Nash, M.L.C. The body of the hall was by no ...

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  23. WOMEN TARIFF REFORMERS.

    A women's branch of the Tariff Reform League has been formed. It emphasises the necessity for maintaining the bonds between the motherland and the colonies, ...

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  24. SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER.

    The Prime Minister concluded his campaign by addressing a large meeting at Moonee Ponds, in support of Mr. Hume Cook's candi[?]ture for Bourke to-night. He said he ...

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  25. COTTON-GROWING IN AFRICA. INSTRUCTION OF THE NATIVES.

    The British Cotton-growiug Association has engaged Professor Stimson, of the Mississippi Agricultural College, to proceed to West Africa to teach the natives ...

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  26. WEST SYDNEY.

    Mr. W. M. Hughes, who is seeking re-election as the selected Labour candidate for this constituency, held three higbly successful meetings last evening. His first address was ...

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  27. RUSSIA. THE MINISTER FOR FINANCE.

    M. Ruchtoff has been appointed Minister for Finance of Russia, in succession to [?] Pleske. ...

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  28. THE BUILDING TRADE DISPUTE.

    Two attempts have been made to destroy with dynamite unfinished buildings in New York. The attempts, which were made it is presumed in connection with the ...

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  29. SOCIALISTS ORGANISING.

    At a congress of 50 delegates of the Russian Social Democratic party a central committee was formed to direct the movement throughout Russia. ...

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  30. LABOUR ON THE RAND.

    A mass meeting antagonistic to the Importation of Chinese was summoned at Johannesburg last night. Thousands of miners, however, captured the meeting, ...

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  31. EAST SYDNEY.

    Mr. T. H. Trower, the selected Labour candidate for East Sydney, concluded his campaign Hast night, when he addressed meetings at Surry Hills and Darlinghurst. The candidate ...

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  32. ADVOCATED BY THE GERMAN EMPEROR.

    The German Emperor, in receiving the office-bearers of the Reichstag, referred to the importance of "cotton-growing iu the German colonies. ...

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  33. SOUTH SYDNEY.

    Mr. Edwards, representing Freetrade, and Mr. Riley, the nominee of the Labour party, from whom the electors of South Sydney will to-day make their choice, held successful ...

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  34. A THIBETAN INSULT.

    The Dalai Lama, at Lhassa, has returned the letters sent to him by Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India. The majority of Thibetans favour the ...

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  35. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL DESIGNATE.

    Lord Northcote, the Governor-General Designate of Australia, was received by the King at Buckingham Palace yesterday, and kissed hands on the occasion of his ...

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  36. TRADE UNION FINED.

    A trade union at Chicago has been fined in its corporate capacity for interfering with the business or the employees of various firms. ...

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  37. MR. REID AT DUNGOG.

    Dr. Liddell, accompanied by the Hon. G. H. [?]Reid, arrived at Dungog this afternoon, and was welcomed by many townsfolk, headed by [?] band. A large meeting assembled in the ...

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  38. MINISTERIALISTS AT PADDINGTON.

    The Ministerialist demonstration extended its left flank to Paddington, and at the local town hall there was as big a gathering as could get into the building. There were more ...

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  39. PARKES.

    Considerable activity has been manifested by candidates and their committees this week Last night was a field night for some of the candidates who addressed three meetings. Mr. ...

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  40. THE WAR MINISTER'S REMARKABLE UTTERANCE.

    Mr. Elihu Root, the United States Minister for War, says that when he spoke of the time coming when America would meet as an enemy a foreign Power and then the ...

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  41. THE EDUCATION ACT.

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, in a letter to Lord Ashcombe, the chairman of the Church Committee, urges church organisations to defend the rights of the ...

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  42. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    The National Scottish Antarctic expedition, under Mr. W. S. Bruce, in the steamer Scotia (Captain Rebertson), has returned to Monte Video, having been absent in the ...

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  43. PAYMENT OF PUBLIC SERVANTS.

    The Minister for Works, Mr. O'sullivan, stated yeaterday that to-day being a public holiday for the purpose of recording votes for the Commonwealth election, all stonemasons ...

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  44. ENDOWMENTS FOR CHICAGO UNIVERSITY.

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  45. RAILWAY DISASTER IN SPAIN.

    A railway train whilst travelling near Malaga, in the south of Spain, fell through a bridge a distance of 50ft. Only two carriages escaped. ...

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  46. DALLEY.

    The three candidates for the Dalley electorate had a busy time last night, when at different hours each delivered addresses in the principal centres. Mr. W. H. Wilks, the late ...

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  47. ELECTORAL ARRANGEM ENTS IN THE COUNTRY.

    Not much interest is evinced in the election to-morrow. Exception is taken to the entire absence of official information. Not a single thing in connection with the election or the ...

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  48. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The attorney of the Afrikander Bond in Cape Colony contradiets the report, that General Louis Botha and Mr. Dan Grove had settled their differences in relation to ...

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  49. CANADA. COMMAND OF THE MILITIA.

    Sir F. W. Borden, the Canadian Minister of Militia and Defence, has arranged that in future a Canadian officer shall command the militia instead of an ...

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  50. ANTICIPATIONS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Federal elections are not causing such great interest in South Australia as some of the other States. There are only two elections for the House of Representatives. For ...

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  51. ELECTORS' RIGHTS USELESS.

    You do not need an elector's right for any part of the voting to-day. It is useless to you for the Senate, for the House of Representatives, or for the referendum. If you have one ...

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  52. NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES.

    A fast cruiser is being built in England to prevent illegal fishing off the coast of Newfoundland. It will be used as a training ship for the Canadian Naval Reserve. ...

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  53. THE SENATE.

    Mr. Arthur Griffith, the selected Labour candidate, addressed a large open-air meeting on Monday night, from the balcony of Dick's Hotel, corner of Beattie and Mullens streets. ...

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