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  2. BRITAIN'S POLICY.

    Sir Edward Gray, M.P., speaking at a City function last night, said that the growing friendship between Britain and America, the alliance ...

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  3. IMPERIAL POLITICS.

    Mr. John Morley, M.P., speaking at Forfar, said that the next Liberal Government would pursue it vigorous but pacific national policy. ...

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  4. MASONIC SERVICE.

    The brethren of Lodge St. John, 115, U.G.L. of New South Wales, held a Masonic church service in the Baptist Tabernacle yesterday afternoon. There ...

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  5. DEATH OF REV. J. A. FOGGON.

    The death occurred yesterday of Rev. John Anderson Foggon, of Newcastle. The end came suddenly, for Mr. Foggon was taken ill only on Tuesday last. ...

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  6. VICTORIA.

    A large collection was taken to-day at the churches in aid of the Hospital Sunday Fund. The weather was fine until evening, when rain fell heavily. As far ...

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  7. TRAFALGAR DAY.

    There was no public celebration in Newcastle on Saturday of the centenary of the Battle of Trafalgar, but private citizens and business people vied with one another ...

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  8. CELEBRATIONS IN SYDNEY.

    Many of the merchant ships in Sydney Harbour, all the principal warehouses, and other places of business were decorated with flags yesterday in honour of the ...

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  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    On Saturday afternoon, when interest in the Caulfield Cup was at its height, the police raided premises in Grenfell-street and Imperial-lane, known as Carr ...

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  10. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES.

    A general railway strike has begun at Moscow. Cossacks dispersed a meeting of the revolutionary party at Minsk that ...

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  11. NAVAL BRIGADE CELEBRATION.

    Commander Gardner, of the Newcastle Naval Brigade, on Saturday night celebrated the centenary of Trafalgar Day by inviting the officers of the local branches ...

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  12. CHURCH PARADES.

    A church parade was held at Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. The troops assembled at the foot of Watt-street, and, headed by the Fourth Regiment ...

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  13. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    At the Perth lawn tennis tournament, the singles' championship was won yesterday by Doust, the New South Wales champion, who beat E. Parker, last year's ...

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  14. IRVING'S FUNERAL.

    In connection with the obsequies of the ate Sir Henry Irving, an impressive choral service was held at West-minster Abbey yesterday. ...

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  15. ATTACKS ON KING EDWARD.

    The "North German Gazette" strongly denounces the attacks upon King Edward, originating from the New Press Agency at Berlin. ...

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  16. AT BALLARAT.

    Yesterday was devoted to the Trafalgar day celebrations arranged by the executive committee of the Eisteddfod. Blue jackets from H.M.S. Katoomba and ...

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  17. DEATH OF MR. W. TURNBULL.

    Mr. William Budd Turnbull, late colliery manager for the A.A. Company, died yesterday morning at the residence of his son, Mr. Paul Turnbull, Macquarie-street, ...

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  18. POLITICAL LABOUR LEAGUE.

    The monthly meeting of the District Assembly of the Political Labour League was held on Saturday night at the Premier Hotel, Broadmeadow. The chair way ...

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  19. PROCEEDINGS IN MELBOURNE.

    A naval demonstration to commemorate Trafalgar in the Town Hall last evening attracted a great attendance and many hundreds were turned away. The chair ...

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  20. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Prince and the Princess of Wales arrived at Genoa yesterday, and embarked on H.M.S. Renown, en route for India. ...

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  21. AUSTRALIAN CONFIDENCE MEN.

    LONDON, Saturday.—John O'Reilly, John William Murphy, and William Gillman, said to belong to a gang of Australian confidence men, have been ...

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  22. INSURANCE SCANDALS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Colonel Roosevelt, the President of the United States, referring to insurance scandals, said that the public conscience ...

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  23. CELEBRATION IN BRISBANE.

    Saturday was celebrated in Brisbane as "Trafalgar Day." The weather was beautiful, and the streets were crowded. The Mayor held a reception at the Town Hall, ...

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  24. MUNICIPAL VISITORS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The members of the Paris Municipal Council at present on a visit to London yesterday inspected the London County ...

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  25. AT ST. MARY'S.

    The Catholic members of the forces attended the eleven o'clock mass at St. Mary's Church, under the command of Captain T. M. O'Neill, of the Irish Rifles, ...

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  26. MURDEROUS ASSAULT.

    LONDON, Saturday.—William Retz, a Hungarian, was placed upon his trial at the Old Bailey yesterday for having feloniously shot, with intent ...

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  27. WEST AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    Mr. A. E. Thomas, the Independend candidate for Dundas, speaking on behalf of Mr. Moran's candidature for Perth, said that the Premier, speaking at Fremantle, ...

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  28. ALPINE ACCIDENT.

    LONDON, Saturday.—During the present year 165 accidents, including 65 deaths, have occurred in connection with Alpine climbing. ...

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  29. WATER CONSERVATION.

    The State Cabinet has decided upon the Barren Jack water conservation and irrigation scheme, and on Tuesday evening Mr. C. A. Lee, Minister for Works, will ...

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  30. STOLEN DESPATCHES.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Robbers have stolen the despatches of French and German couriers between Fez and Tangier, Morocco. ...

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  31. OFFICER RELEASED.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Captain Crowter and Lieutenant Hatton, the two officers of the Royal Marines, who were captured and held to ransom by ...

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  32. CELEBRATION AT ADELAIDE.

    Trafalgar Day was celebrated in a patriotic fashion yesterday. The town Hall bells rang out merry chimes, and bunting was displayed in gay profusion from a ...

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  33. THE COUNTY OF AYR.

    The members of the crew of the barque County of Ayr, which was wrecked on the New Zealand coast at the mouth of the Shag River, were rescued by a steamer ...

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  34. PUBLIC SCHOOL CEREMONY.

    At the Superior Public School. Hamilton, on Friday, special attention was given by means of pictorial representation and oral lessons, interspersed with patriotic ...

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  35. BALLARAT EISTEDDFOD.

    The Perth (W.A.) and Newcastle City bands arrived yesterday, to take part in the band contests in connection with the Eisteddfod' next week. ...

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  36. NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALLERS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The New Zealand footballers have defeated Somerset by two goals, one penalty goal, and three tries. ...

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  37. CELEBRATIONS IN ENGLAND.

    There were great celebrations throughout the Kingdom and Empire of the centenary of the battle of Trafalgar. ...

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  38. DEATH OF MR. P. MENNELL.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The death is announced of Mr. Philip Mennell, for many years a journalist in Victoria. ...

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  39. THE CAPITAL SITE.

    Mr. Austin Chapman, the Postmaster-General, had something to say yesterday with reference to the Federal capital question. He remarked that there was a ...

    Article : 178 words
  40. HORSES FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Department of External Affairs has received a communication from the High Commissioner for South Africa to the effect that live hundred horses will ...

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  41. SYDNEY COURTS.—TO-DAY'S LIST.

    Court of Arbitration.—Probate Court, Queen's Square.—Before the President and Members.—At 10 a.m.: For Judgment—In the matter of an industrial dispute between the ...

    Article : 77 words
  42. ENGLISH SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 196 words
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