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  2. STILL UNCONSCIOUS.

    It is now eleven days since Ronald Andrews, a post office official, met with a serious accident in a cycle and motor-car collision. He has not yet ...

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  3. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN

    The Australian cricketers commenced a second match against Gloucestershire to-day, the match being played at Cheltenham. For the first time ...

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  4. ELECTRIFYING THIS CANADIAN RAILWAYS.

    Every Australian who has travelled to England via America has a vivid remembrance of the slow and toilsome albeit exceedingly picturesque, climb ...

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  5. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    Nothing definite transpired as to the business done at the Premiers' Conference to-day. It transpired that Sir J. Forrest was ...

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  6. JUBILEE EXHIBITION

    The Jubilee Exhibition was continued to-day. The ground was sodden from the rain which fell during the night and day, but notwithstanding this ...

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  7. THE DEFENCE CONFERENCE.

    It is understood that the arrangements between the Admiralty and the Commonwealth in connection with the Defence Conference are entirely ...

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  8. MISSING WARATAH.

    The cruiser Pandora has started out in search of the missing Waratah. It is stated that she will cover a large area in the search. ...

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  9. POLICE COURT.

    In the police court yesterday before Mr. T. Mowbray P.M., Robert Hunter was charged with assaulting Sargeant Dobbin, whilst in the execution ...

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  10. POLICE ESCORT ON BOARD.

    The Queensland Police Department has ascertained that Jack M'Laughlin, the man who was arrested some months ago on a charge of murder in ...

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  11. THE LABOUR POLICY.—NO IMMIGRANTS AND THIS LAND TAX

    Messrs. D. Bowman, M.L.A., and J. S. Collings addressed the electors of Enoggera on Monday night. Mr. Collings after reviewing the Labour ...

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  12. ANOTHER NAUTICAL OPINION

    Captain Allen and officers of the Marathon, which arrived in port from South Africa yesterday, expressed surprise to hear of the disappearance of ...

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  13. POLICE DISPLAY.

    The exigencies of time were not so pressing or urgent in dealing with ring events on Monday at the Brisbane Exhibition as in the preceding days, and ...

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  14. TAROOM RAILWAY.

    A deputation from the Chinchilla district, introduced by Mr. J. T. Bell (Speaker of the Legislative Assembly) waited upon the Commissioner for ...

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  15. CONSTALBE'S BRAVERY.

    Constable H. L. Smith was to-day presented by the Commissioner with a medal for personal bravery. Last month Smith, at great risk, in a crowded ...

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  16. FLOODS IN VICTORIA.

    Floods on the Murray still are a source of considerable anxiety at Cobram, and the residents of the low lying area are faking every precaution ...

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  17. ITALIAN SECRET ORGANISATIONS.

    A peculiarly striking and dramatic proof of the existence in America of an Italian secret organisation, whether it be known as 'the black hand' ...

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  18. RECOVERY OF THE ASHES.

    The "Times" this morning says that the Australians deserved their success and congratulations from all good sportsmen go out to them. It is ...

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  19. WAIKATO'S EXPERIENCE.

    Mr. J. A. P. Turnbull, who was second officer on the s.s Waikato when she was adrift for 103 days in the same sea as the Waratah is ...

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  20. DEATH OF AN EX-CHAMPION BOXER.

    Hegarty, ex-champion light-weight boxer of Australia, died to-day from consumption of the throat. ...

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  21. POTENCY OF EDUCATION.

    Mr. Tate (Director of Education), in a speech at the Melbourne Medical Association's annual supper last night, said Germany would not be in the ...

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  22. CHINCHILLA BUTTER FACTORY.

    On Monday at the Department of Agriculture a deputation of settlers from around Chinchilla was introduced to the chief clerk, in the absence ...

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  23. THE LIGHTS IN THE SKY.

    The popular capacity for seeing airships in Australia, first originating in New Zealand, is now developing in West Australia. The first discovery ...

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  24. FEDERAL TOPICS.

    In connection with the quarantine inspection of oversea vessels, the Minister for Customs (Sir Robert Best) has considered the suggestions that the hours ...

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  25. CONSUMPTION AT COLLINGWOOD.

    The afternoon service at the Collingwood Methodist Mission to-day developed into a remarkable gathering. In anticipation of hearing the Rev. T. S. ...

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  26. PERSONAL

    Messrs. G. P. Donnelly and Groom, two very wealthy New Zealanders, have been on a visit to the Downs. Both hail from the Hawke's Bay district. Mr. ...

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  27. SAVED IN YOUR BATHING SUIT.

    A remarkable innovation has been introduced by the Salvation Army at Atlantic City, one of New Jersey's seaside resorts. For years the ...

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  28. EVIDENTLY MARS.

    The mysterious light which has been reported as seen at Goulburn and other places is evidently the planet Mars, which now forms a very ...

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  29. MORTGAGES IN GERMANY.

    Herr Sydow, Chancellor of the German Imperial Exchequer, stated in the Reichstag during the recent fiance reform debates that "most ...

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  30. FIRE IN AUCKLAND.

    A fire yesterday destroyed the Strand Arcade, in Queen street, the properly of Mr. Arthur Myers. The flames swept through the building, ...

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  31. VISIBLE AT WOLLONGONG.

    About 8 o'clock last night a mysterious light, resembling a brilliant floating lamp, was distinctly observed to the east of Wollongong from the ...

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  32. THE JULIUS KNIGHT SEASON

    To-morrow at Messrs. Harston's, the box plan for J. C. Williamson's season will be opened at the usual time, when seats may be booked for the entire ...

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  33. VISIONS AT NARROMINE.

    Lights in the heavens have been much in evidence in these parts this week. On Wednesday evening two apparently enormous stars were ...

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  34. TEMPERANCE PLEDGE.

    A conference of magistrates has been held at Bendigo to draw up a pledge to be submitted to persons charged with drunkenness. The following form ...

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  35. EXCITING TIME ON THE TRAWLER.

    The Federal Trawler Endeavour, it is stated by one of the members of her crew, had an exciting experience during her last cruise, resulting in ...

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  36. PERTH SAVINGS BANK FRAUDS.

    Another £50 is missing from a depositor's account in the Government Savings Bank. It was obtained by the same methods as £20 withdrawn ...

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  37. DISTRICT NEWS.

    Splendid rains have been recorded already this months, 317 points being registered. Water is lying about in pools and all the mellon holes are ...

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  38. ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE.

    Harry Schneider, who was at Waggagoal awaiting trial for charges of forging and uttering cheques (three), and obtaining property by false ...

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  39. CHARGE OF MURDER.

    The inquest on the three Morris children whose bodies were exhumed some weeks ago on the suspicion that death was due to poison has been ...

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