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  2. THE ELECTIONS.

    The following Liberal candidates have been selected to run in the interests of the party in the forthcoming elections, and in most instances are already actively ...

    Article : 83 words
  3. CANBERRA.

    The Federal capital was to-day officially named "Canberra." Lady Denman performed the naming ceremony, which, with the attendant functions, were as ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  4. "COURIER" WEATHER CHART.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 986 words
  5. NORTHERN TERRITORY

    A meeting of Government offcials in the clerical and professional divisions of the Northern Territory Public Service was held in the office of the chief surveyor. ...

    Article : 662 words
  6. THE BALKANS.

    Austria and Russia have agreed to the reduction of frontier forces to a normal footing. ST. PETERSBURG, Wednesday. ...

    Article : 289 words
  7. PUBLIC SERVICE ASSOCIATION

    A combined meeting of the executive of the Teachers' Union and the councils of the General Officers' and Professional Officers' Associations of the Public Service ...

    Article : 425 words
  8. RAILWAY INQUIRY.

    The magisterial inquiry concerning the death of the six men killed in the railway accident on the Range, about Murphy's Creek, on January 30, was resumed this ...

    Article : 4,069 words
  9. FARMERS AND POLITICS

    A special meeting of the Casino District Council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association was held to decide whether or not the council would take political ...

    Article : 343 words
  10. EUROPEAN SITUATION

    "Le Temps," commen[?]ing on the sensational article in the "Cologne Gazette," which declared that France and Germany must cross swords, invites the German ...

    Article : 277 words
  11. THE SUFFRAGETTES.

    The five suffragettes arrested yesterday on a charge of obstruction in connection with the Royal procession to the opening of Parliament ...

    Article : 222 words
  12. ADDRESSES BY SENATOR ST. LEDGER.

    Senator St. Ledger arrived here last night and addressed a large audience in the Palace Hall. Councillor J. Broadhurst (in the absence of the Chairman of ...

    Article : 438 words
  13. DELAYS TO MAILS.

    The Postmaster-General's Department advises the following delays to mails:- Blackall mail from Isisford, due 8 p.m. 10th instant, arrived noon 11th instant, 16 hours late. ...

    Article : 138 words
  14. CABLE NEWS IN BRIEF.

    His Holiness the Pope is improving in health, though still weak. DEATH OF VISCOUNT TREDEGAR. LONDON, Tuesday. ...

    Article : 404 words
  15. GERMAN FORTUNE TAX

    It is estimated that the Kaiser's private fortune is £7,400,000, on which he with the rest of German wealth-owners will pay the Fortune Tax. ...

    Article : 84 words
  16. DENTAL PATIENT COLLAPSES.

    Mrs. Skene went to Sale to-day to have 26 teeth extracted at Trood's dental surgery. Dr. Reid administered chloroform, and after two teeth and two stumps had ...

    Article : 53 words
  17. EMPIRE TRADE.

    The Hon. T. Mackenzie (High Commissioner for New Zealand in succession to Sir William Hall Jones) entertained at luncheon to-day the Hon. J. Allen ...

    Article : 251 words
  18. MARINE DISASTERS.

    While the submarine Foucault was undergoing her trials at Cherbourg, the engine exploded and seven men were seriously injured. ...

    Article : 108 words
  19. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY.

    What was regarded as the most important year in the 22 years' history of the Brisbane Caledonian Society and Burns Club was under review last night, ...

    Article : 471 words
  20. MEXICAN REBELLION.

    An Amnesty Bill, pardoning all rebels previous [?]o February 20, has been passed. The Government is finding great difficulty in securing troops to suppress the ...

    Article : 41 words
  21. IMPERIAL DEFENCE

    During the debate in the House of Commons on the Naval Bill Mr. Neely asked if the Canadians were willing to hand over the palm for genius and ...

    Article : 377 words
  22. EMPIRE UNITY

    Lord Brassey presided at the Colonial Institute to-night, when Sir G. H. Reid delivered an address entitled, "Some aspects in the evolution of the British ...

    Article : 87 words
  23. FARMERS AND SETTLERS' CONFERENCE

    The Farme[?]s and Settlers' Association Annual Conference, after a prolonged discussion, carried by 103 votes to 17 a resolution that the primary producers ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. "STINKING FISH."

    About 1200 men took part to-day in an "unemployed" demonstration arranged by the Trades Hall Council. A photograph was taken with the object, it was ...

    Article : 62 words
  25. THE CHINN CASE.

    A rowdy election meeting was held at Subiaco last night, when Mr. Fowler, M.H.R., replied to Senator de Largie's challenge that he dared not repeat ...

    Article : 406 words
  26. EMIGRATION EXPERIMENT.

    The "Daily Express," with a view to a demonstration of the advantages of emigrating to Australia, offers to pay the passages of five unmarried men and five ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. THE CONCRETE AGE.

    This may truly be called the age of concrete. More and more cement is entering into the construction of houses, bridges, and other structures, and it is ...

    Article : 429 words
  28. ENGINEER DROWNED

    William Turner, engineer of the steamer Dugong, was drowned between 11 and 12 o'clock yesterday through falling out of a ferry-boat. He had resided for about ...

    Article : 277 words
  29. CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

    Sir Algernon Firth, President of the Association of Chambers of Commerce in London, in his opening address [?]t the conference to-day, attributed the ...

    Article : 99 words
  30. LATE COMMERCIAL.

    LONDON, March 12.—At the weekly sales of Australian tallow to-day 1143 casks were offered and 873 sold. The prices realised were as follows:—Mutton, tallow, fine, 39/ per cwt.; ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. QUITE WELL.

    Dr. Mawson, replying to an inquiry about his health, sent a wireless message this afternoon to Professor David, stating he was quite well. He thinks the ...

    Article : 46 words
  32. Trophies for the Eisteddfod.

    The trophies donated by Brisbane firms for competition at the forthcoming Eisteddfod are now on view in several Queen-street establishments. The choral ...

    Article : 154 words
  33. BABY SCOTT FUND.

    The promoters of the Baby Scott Fund are desirous of collecting sufficent to establish a link between the little boy and Queensland. The fund is to be ...

    Article : 97 words
  34. INQUESTS ON SUICIDES.

    A strong plea was made by Drs. Brett and Mollison to-day for the suppression of Press reports in connection with inquests upon suicides. ...

    Article : 67 words
  35. UNACCOUNTABLE SUICIDES.

    Miss Natalie Jeffries, a well-connected young lady, living at Godalming, left a letter stating that she was going to die in a pond, and advising her mother to do the ...

    Article : 76 words
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