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  2. LATEST CABLES,

    The newspapers recognise the magnitude of the question of preferential trade raised yesterday in the House of Commons by Sir Charles ...

    Article : 295 words
  3. LATEST CABLES.

    ber in the United Kingdom to make a careful and dispassionate investigation from every standpoint of what is the most important problem over ...

    Article : 121 words
  4. The Balkans.

    Macedonian refugees in Bulgaria have threatened to take the life of Prince Ferdinand, and great precautions have been taken for his ...

    Article : 48 words
  5. Labor Commission.

    The Right Hon. Andrew Graham Murray's Commission has been instructed to report on the law applicable to trade disputes and ...

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  6. General Botha.

    General Louis Botha intends shortly visiting England, Canada, and Australia, ...

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  7. VEHEMENT HOSTILITY.

    Sir Edward Grey, one of the leading Liberals, speaking at Oxford yesterday, was vehemently hostile to Mr. Chamberlain's policy, which he said ...

    Article : 146 words
  8. Naval Appointment.

    Admiral John Fisher has succeeded Sir Charles Hotham as Commander-in Chief at Portsmouth. ...

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  9. The Mall Contracts.

    A small committee consisting of Mr. Evelyn Cecil M.P. (chairman), the foreman of the Post Office, Sir John Anderson, and a representative each ...

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  10. Death of Mr D. Larnach.

    Much regret was expressed to-day when it was known that Mr. Donald Larnach, of Caloola, had passed away. The deceased gentleman had been ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. Lord Milner's Holiday.

    During Lord Milner's absence in England Sir Arthur Lawley (Lieut Governor of the Transvaal) will act as High Commissioner for South Africa. ...

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  12. THE SOLE TOPIC OF CONVERSATION.

    Mr. J. X. Merriman speaking at Capetown said the Colonies would need to be for two centuries bound to Great Britain by trade fetters before leading ...

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  13. West Indian Eruptions.

    The volcano of Mont Pelee in the West Indian Island of Martinique, is again active. The authorities urge the evacuation of the whole of the ...

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  14. PIGS TO BE SLAUGHTERED.

    Absolute prohibition of importation of swine from New South Wales has been decided upon owing to the outbreak of swine fever, and a shipment ...

    Article : 39 words
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  16. Another Honors List.

    In honor of the Prince of Wales' Birthday the following have been gazetted as Companions of the Imperial Service Order, (I.S.O) :—Sir ...

    Article : 136 words
  17. A SYDNEY EX-SOLICITOR.

    A well-known ex-solicitor of Sydney and John Howard, his accomplice, were sentenced to-day to six months and one month ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. TRANS-CONTINENTAL RAIL-WAY.

    The Minister for Home Affairs has instructed the inter-state Engineers-in-Chief to forward their final report on the West Australian ...

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  19. THE INVISIBLE RIFLEMAN'S WEAPON

    Early in the South African war, particulars were given of an invention whereby a rifleman could fire his weapon accurately from behind a ...

    Article : 235 words
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