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  2. NORTHERN TERRITORY

    At a meeting of the Federal Executive Council to-day the appointment of Mr. George Ryland, who formerly held the position of Director of Lands in the ...

    Article : 63 words
  3. "COURIER" WEATHER CHART.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 937 words
  4. DEATH OF HON. A. NORTON.

    It will be learned with regret that the Hon. Albert Norton, M.L.C., died at 6 a.m. yesterday at his residence in Fernberg-road, Milton. The deceased ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 776 words
  5. NORMANBY BY-ELECTION.

    It was hoped that the count for the St. Lawrence group in the Normanby election would be completed this evening, but the returning ...

    Article : 100 words
  6. INDUSTRIAL MATTERS.

    The Mount Morgan Gold Mining Company's bollermakers, to the number of 20, ceased work shortly before 5 o'clock on Monday afternoon, owing to the man ...

    Article : 127 words
  7. RUGBY FOOTBALL IN [?]

    The international season has now fairly started in all branches of winter sports, and for the next two months we shall have such a plethera of important events ...

    Article : 1,521 words
  8. STEAMER MATUNGA.

    Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co received an urgent wire from the head office in Sydney last night, stating that the steamer Matunga was stranded at Woodlark Island. No particulars were given ...

    Article : 117 words
  9. HIGH COURT BUSINESS.

    In the High Court to-day his [?] the Chief Justice referred to the great amount of work ahead of the court. "I would suggest," said his Honour, "that ...

    Article : 191 words
  10. TRAMWAY APPEAL

    Argument was concluded to-day on a preliminary law point in the Tramway Appeal cases, before the High Court, consisting of their Honours the Chief Justice, ...

    Article : 125 words
  11. THREAT OF "HALF SPEED."

    The Timber Wages Board, a tribunal appointed to come to some agreement, if possible, in the matter of the demand of the limber workers in Hobart and ...

    Article : 305 words
  12. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    At the meeting of the Federal Executive Council to-day Parliament was prorogued to April 15, when the session is to be opened. ...

    Article : 35 words
  13. "FOR THE SOLDIER BOYS."

    "What are you doing for your own lad in return for his training for the defence of your home and country?" This is a question that is being asked at every ...

    Article : 340 words
  14. THE FEDERAL SERVICE.

    The Interstate Conference of the Australian Commonwealth Public Service Clerical Association has concluded its labours, and a comprehensive log dealing ...

    Article : 512 words
  15. GENERAL HUTTON INJURED

    Lieutenant-General Sir Edward Hutton, C.B., K.C.M., formerly commander of the troops in Australia, was thrown from his horse ...

    Article : 101 words
  16. INDUSTRIAL COURT.

    Before his Honour Judge Macnaughton. TOWNSVILLE HARBOUR BOARD EMPLOYEES. In the matter of a dispute between the ...

    Article : 312 words
  17. MR. LLOYD GEORGE

    The motion by Sir J.S. Randles, censuring Mr. Lloyd George for his unfounded attacks on individuals, particularly in his statement in his speech ...

    Article : 439 words
  18. JAPANESE NAVAL ESTIMATES.

    The Budget Committee of the upper House, by 48 votes to 7, recommended a reduction of £7,000,000 in the Naval Estimates. ...

    Article : 31 words
  19. DRY SPELL IN VICTORIA.

    The dry spell continues at Rosedale. It is feared that there will be a water famine, and the river water is being sold at 2/ a cask. Considerable damage has ...

    Article : 83 words
  20. A MILL ACCIDENT.

    Mr. J. S. Berge, P.M., yesterday resumed the adjourned inquiry into the death of Cecil Hawker at the hospital from tetanus, following on lacerated ...

    Article : 773 words
  21. HOME RULE BILL

    The debate on the second reading of the Home Rule Bill will probably be resumed in the House of Commons on March 30. ...

    Article : 301 words
  22. THE SUFFRAGETTES.

    A crowd of suffragettes picketed the Glasgow Railway Station throughout the night to prevent the removal of Mrs. Pankhurst to London. The police this morning ...

    Article : 668 words
  23. CHARGE OF ASSAULT.

    [?] Max Decker, a middle-aged man, appeared in the Police Court to-day, before Mr. F. P. Parkinson, P.M., on separate charges of having unlawfully assaulted ...

    Article : 734 words
  24. GABLE NEWS IN BRIEF

    The comprehensive display made by South Australia at the National Scottish Bakers' and Grocers' Exhibition in Edinburgh is attracting attention. ...

    Article : 393 words
  25. IN CHAMBERS.

    In the matter of an application from 20 employees in the sugar manufacturing industry in the Southern division to consolidate the matter with the appeals already ...

    Article : 161 words
  26. SHEARINS CASE.

    The case of Edkins, March, and Co. against Patrick White was continued today. John Joseph [?] deposed that he was a shearer and expert. He had been ...

    Article : 1,001 words
  27. THE CHESHUNT MURDER.

    Joseph Henry Belbin, aged [?] who was sentenced to death for the murder of Margaret Cutherine Ledwell, at Cheshunt, near Deloraine, ...

    Article : 324 words
  28. LONDON BUILDING TRADES.

    The masters in the building trades have initiated a movement for a round table conference, with a view to preventing a national lockout. It is expected that the ...

    Article : 43 words
  29. CHINESE BRIGANDS

    Information has been received that. Chinese brigands sacked the town of Loho-kou, and murdered Mr. Froyland, a Norwegian missionary, and seriously ...

    Article : 31 words
  30. RUSSIAN WAR SCARE

    The Russian war scare threatened to create a panic on the Stock Exchange, but a fall was arrested by an official denial that the German Government was ...

    Article : 53 words
  31. THE VOLTURNO DISASTER.

    The Board of Trade has awarded 228 medals to the officers and men of the 11 vessels which assisted in the rescues from the steamer Volturno, which was burnt ...

    Article : 57 words
  32. A Pathetic Bush Story.

    Those who are nobly doing the pioneering work in the backblocks of this fair land have a great deal to put up with (write our Mitchell correspondent). ...

    Article : 253 words
  33. TRIAL TOE PERJURY.

    In the Court of General Sessions today Cecilia Mediay was charged with horse stealing, and in the alternative with receiving. Previously Sydney Trask ...

    Article : 221 words
  34. [?] BURNED.

    Owing, it is supposed, to carelessness a fire broke out to-night in the stable of Mr. H. S. Wood, veterinary surgeon, of Caulfield and destroyed the racehorses ...

    Article : 178 words
  35. THE ST. LOUIS FIRE.

    Searchlights revealed 11 bodies in the ruins of the Athletic Club. The death roll is now stated at 31. Many persons, in a hysterical condition, ...

    Article : 68 words
  36. State School Girls' Swimming Carnival.

    Next Saturday afternoon at 2.30, the annual carnival of the Queensland State School Girls' Amateur Swimming Association will be held in the South ...

    Article : 116 words
  37. Divorce Case at Townsville.

    In the Supreme Court this morning (our Townsville correspondent wired yesterday) in the divorce matter in which Frederick William Smith was plaintiff ...

    Article : 61 words
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