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  2. Advertising

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  3. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE MARINE DISASTER.

    Two hundred bodies have been recovered from the river. The Canadian-Pacific Company has contributed £10,000 to the London and ...

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  4. REUTERS TELEGRAMS. SUFFRAGETTE OUTRAGES

    Two suffragettes waylaid Dr. Ford, of Holloway gaol, and horsewhipped him as a protest against forcible feeding. Both were arrested, ...

    Article : 244 words
  5. DEATH OF A HARROW PIONEER.

    Residents of the Harrow district will regret to learn that Mrs. Ann. Peet, widow of the late Mr. T. T. Peet, passed away at Mirre Mirre, ...

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  6. STGRSTAD OWNERS ALLEGE FAULTY NAVIGATION.

    The Storstad's owners have filed a reply to the Canadian-Pacific Company's damage suit, alleging that the accident was really due to ...

    Article : 59 words
  7. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    When the House of Representatives met to-day Mr. Cook explained that the Postal Voting Restoration Bill had been relegated to third place on ...

    Article : 234 words
  8. MR. HOLMAN REBUKED

    This press severely criticises the conduct of Mr. Holman, Premier of New South Wales, prejudging the Empress of Ireland inquiry. The ...

    Article : 149 words
  9. HAMILTON-CAVENDISH RAILWAY TRUST.

    'A' meeting was held yesterday afternoon, when a good deal of business was transacted. On the motion of Com. Fraser the chairman. Com. ...

    Article : 112 words
  10. ATTACK ON PRINCE HENRY.

    The suffragettes who set fire to the villa at Belfast have been identified as Misses Madge Muir, of Birmingham, and Larmour, of ...

    Article : 136 words
  11. FURTHER DEFENCE OF CAPTAINKENDALL.

    Dr. Grant, surgeon of the ill-fated Empress of Ireland, and Mr. Hyamson, ah English commercial traveller, declare that all the charges ...

    Article : 59 words
  12. Family Notices

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  13. REVISION COURT.

    Mr. E. E. Williams, P.M., presided at a revision court yesterday for the purpose of revising the special list of electors for the ...

    Article : 60 words
  14. Hamilton Spectator

    It is stated authoritatively, that Mr. Ales. Philip, of Miga Lake, will be a candidate for the Dundas seat in the Liberal interest. Mr. phillip's ...

    Article : 59 words
  15. CUSTODY OF AN ORPHANED CHILD.

    Letters from people anxious to adopt little Florence Barbour, whose parents were lost in the Empress of Ireland, are pouring ...

    Article : 82 words
  16. PROPERTY SALE.

    Next Saturday, at the the Victoria hotel, at 12 o'clock, Messrs. J. G. Stewart and Co. will submit in the estate of the late Mr. Alfred James ...

    Article : 98 words
  17. HINDUS AND CANADA.

    The Hindus on board the steamer Komangata Maru are appealing to the King and the Duke of Connaught. They state that they have been ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. MR. HUGHES RECOMMENDS ACTION.

    Mr. Hughes considers that as the Senate has rejected the Preference Prohibition Bill twice Mr. Cook should at once interview the ...

    Article : 41 words
  19. THE SENATE.

    The Senate, after a lone debate, [?]assed Senator M'Gregor's referendum Lills to the third reading stage. A call of the Senate was fixed for ...

    Article : 38 words
  20. INCENDIARISM IN INDIA.

    Six tubes filled with gunpowder, petrol, sulphur, and match heads, found in bales of jute at, Kidderpore, suggest an explanation of the ...

    Article : 46 words
  21. LEITCH PICTURES.

    Leitch's programme in the town hall to-morrow night will consist of eight subjects, in which sensational and scenic studies will take a ...

    Article : 179 words
  22. IN HIGH ESTEEM.

    The shire engineer (Mr. Abbott), at yesterday's meeting of the Dundas council, explained what had been done by the members of the Country ...

    Article : 241 words
  23. ASIATIC EXPANSION.

    The "Times" says:—"It is difficult to believe that the wisest Indian leaders approve of the shipping of Hindus to Canada. The ...

    Article : 144 words
  24. THE SUNSHINE ACCIDENT.

    The railway board, winch enquired into the Sunshine accident, in which several persons were injured through the engine bumping into a train, ...

    Article : 65 words
  25. MEXICAN SITUATION

    The mediators express confidence that they will be able to arrange a settlement, including the pacification of the Constitutionalists. ...

    Article : 41 words
  26. MASTER BAKERS' DEPUTATION.

    Sir Alexander Peacock to-day refused lo hear a largo deputation of Melbourne master bakers, who protrsted against the wages board ...

    Article : 59 words
  27. SPORTING CABLES.

    Playing against Warwickshire,Worcester, in their second innings; scored 136. Field took the last six wickets for two runs. This as a ...

    Article : 41 words
  28. Y.M.C.A. CONCERT AT CONDAH.

    Taking advantage of the public holiday which is to be observed on Monday next, a Y.M.C.A. concert party will day a visit to Condah, ...

    Article : 152 words
  29. POLAR EXPLORATION.

    Rear-Admiral Peary, who claims to have discovered the North Pole, suggests that Captain Robert Bartlett be despatched with a South ...

    Article : 101 words
  30. BILLIARDS.

    This latest scores in the NewmanGray match are:—Newman, 12,886, Gray, 11,838. Gray made a break of 402. ...

    Article : 57 words
  31. MR. SWINBURNE AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION.

    Mr. George Swinburne, of the Interstate Commission, has given £1000 for extensions to the Swinburne Technical College at Hawthorn. ...

    Article : 27 words
  32. HAMILTON IDENTITY'S DEATH.

    An old and highly respected resident of elamilton in the person of Mr. John Brokenshire died at the residence of his son, Charles, ...

    Article : 183 words
  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A motor cyclist named Armstrong was killed and a score of spectators injured, some of them fatally, when Armstrong's motor cycle became ...

    Article : 34 words
  34. TENNIS.

    Playing against Peamish Brookes retired after winning, 6—0, 8—6. He desired to concentrate his energies on the doubles wherein he and ...

    Article : 85 words
  35. MUTTON AT LONDON PORT.

    The annual report of the health officer of the Port of London shows that 8,339,114 carcases of mutton and lambs were imported to London in ...

    Article : 75 words
  36. SALE OF PORTION OF MURNDAL ESTATE.

    These desirous of attending the Bale of the portion of Murndl estate, known as "Tinker's paddock," are reminded that it will take place ...

    Article : 68 words
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  38. THE BUILDING TRADE.

    Mr. Stennett, of the Building Trades Federation, states that the federation would supply labour for any firm withdrawing from the ...

    Article : 37 words
  39. "THE FIREFLIES."

    Another good audience witnessed the second appearance; of "The Firefiles" company at the town hall last night. The members fully ...

    Article : 279 words
  40. THE SHIRE HALL FIRE.

    The claim for insurance on the burned hall was under discussion at yesterday's meeting of the Dundas Shire Council. Mr. Hammond, who ...

    Article : 199 words
  41. PLAY IN FRANCE.

    In the French tournament Wilding defeated Simon, 6—4, 6—0, 6—3. ...

    Article : 16 words
  42. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Mr. Joseph Martin, formerly Premier of British Columbia, now liberal member of the House of Commons, resigns East Saint Pancras ...

    Article : 41 words
  43. A DARWIN TRAGEDY.

    Mrs. Lindsay, who was shot on Monday by her husband, a Government engineer, has succumbed. ...

    Article : 23 words
  44. YATCHING

    Resolute won tho second preliminary race in the selection of a defender of the America Cup, defeating Vanitic by three minutes and a ...

    Article : 35 words
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