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  2. EPITOME.

    Cottage burnt at Zeehan. H.M.S. Rotorue delayed at Hobart. Executive Council met Yesterday. Prince Palatine won the St. Leger ...

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  3. THE DAY IN PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council met yesterday afternoon, and practically disposed of the Crown Lands Bill. Several amendments 'were Inserted, chiefly at ...

    Article : 127 words
  4. CRISIS IN EUROPE.

    The insurance risks against a European war within two months have advanced to 70 to 72, per cent, to-day on account of the increased tension in ...

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  5. GERMAN MANOEUVRES.

    During the army manneuvres to-day the dirigible M. 3 caught Are and fell rapidly near Grossebelow, and was almost destroyed. Apparently the ...

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  6. ETNA ERUPTION.

    The eruption of Mount Etna continues with unabated violence, and is affording a terrifying spectacle. The peasants fear a repetition of the ...

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  7. CHINESE REBELLION.

    With regard to the disturbances which have taken place in the province of Szechuan. Where the agitation against the foreign control of the ...

    Article : 132 words
  8. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The Federal Senate and the House Representatives met to-day. ...

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  9. MEN AND WOMEN.

    Mr. F. Katz, union organiser, accompanied by Mrs. Ratz, arrived from Melbourne yesterday by the Rotomahana and came on to Hobart by the mall ...

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  10. THE SENATE.

    Senator M’Gregor said, in reply to a question, that the Coal vend case had so far cost £9000. ...

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  11. USE OF AEROPLANES.

    Prince Ledpold of Meckienburg Strelitz is proving himself the equal of the famous German soldier Vonder Gol[?] in Strategy. He has devised a ...

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  12. ADDRESS-1N-REPLY.

    Senator Rae (N.S.W.) resumed the debare on the Address-in-Reply. He denied that the trip which the Federial members had made to Papua had been ...

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  13. GERMAN OPTIMISM

    The “Temps this afternoon affairms that Prance's answer to the German counter proposals will be in the negative as regards most of the conditions ...

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  14. HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY.

    The House of Assembly was quickly down to business yesterday afternoon. Preliminaries were very short and then members were asked to deal with ...

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  15. RAILWAY STATIONS ABANDONED.

    The gravity of the eruption is indicated by the abandonment of the railway stations at Merce and Alcantaro. The latter place marked the [?] of ...

    Article : 144 words
  16. REFRESHMENT BAR.

    Senator Rae (N.S.W.) moved In favor of abolishing the refreshment bar. Senator Chataway (Q.) moved as ...

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  17. CHENGTU BESIEGED.

    A telegram has lust been received by the British Legation from the consul at Chengtu. The message was dated September 9, and was brought ...

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  18. FRENCH CABINET MEETS.

    The French Cabinet sat for three hours to-day, and the Ministers were fully In accord with the Foreign Minister's (M. de Selves ) explicit reply ...

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  19. INVADERS DEFEATED.

    Ne manoeuvres ended with the complete defeat of the Invaders, who were seeking a new Way towards the capital. The enemy, under Prince ...

    Article : 189 words
  20. NAVIGATION BILL.

    Some progress was made with the postponed clauses in the Navigation Bill. ...

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  21. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    Mr. Hedges (W.A.) continued his speech from last night on the Address-in- Reply. He contended that the Government ought to take immediate steps ...

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  22. DUTY ON SUGAR.

    The resolutions passed by the annual Conference of the Victorian Fruit Growers' Central Association were to-day placed before the ...

    Article : 538 words
  23. BERLIN BOURSE WEAK.

    The Bourse sagged somewhat today owing to disappointment yesterday day in the new York market. The Foreign Minister ([?]err Von ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. SITUATION MORE HOPEFUL.

    The headquarters of the Chinese mission has received a cable message staling that the situation Is decidedly more hopeful. ...

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  25. PORT ARTHUR

    Strategic reasons are assigned by Japan for the absudonment of Port Arthur as a naval base. Port Arthur is judged by the Japanese naval ...

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  26. NO INTERFERENCE POSSIBLE.

    The authorities here are of the opinion that the Szeobuan outbreak is only the precursor of other uprisings through the Chinese Empire, The ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. GERMANY’S DEMANDS REASONABLE.

    Official circles scout the assertion that France's re.ply will amount to an ultimatum, and it is thought that Germany's demand for 3d per cent, of ...

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  28. LABOR AND WAR.

    The Canadian Trades and Labor Congress, which is holding its annual conference here, has hurled a bomb broadcast throughout the world by ...

    Article : 142 words
  29. AVIATION

    While Lieutenant Chantard was aeroplaning at Versallies to-day something went wrong with his machine. and it fell to the ground. Lieutenant ...

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  30. INSURANCE OF WORKMEN.

    There years ago there was established in Great Britain and Ireland a system of old age pensions, provided entirely by the State at a cost which will ...

    Article : 609 words
  31. PARIS WITHDRAWALS FROM BERLIN.

    The withdrawals of French money have assumed more serious proportions to-day, causing an unusually sharp advance in Paris sight hills. The ...

    Article : 73 words
  32. RACE ACROSS AMERICA.

    Rising in flight from Governor's Island this morning, James Ward, a youthful aviator, 22 years of age, started in an endeavor to beat Fowler, ...

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  33. MILITARY APPOINTMENTS.

    At a special meeting or the Federal Executive the following appointments were passed:—Colonel Waliack to the Adjutant-General, to be Commandaut ...

    Article : 170 words
  34. ENGLISH FACING.

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  35. FRENCH ARMY

    At the autumn army manoenvres at Villers ie Bel about 40 aeroplanes are Participating, Their presence is adding thrills to the mimic war, which ...

    Article : 93 words
  36. WHEAT MARKET.

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  37. ITALY AND TRIPOLI.

    The question of Turkey's attitude towards Italy in Tripoll is engaging the attention of the Italian Government. The Premier (Signor Gioletti) ...

    Article : 92 words
  38. LIVERPOOL MARKET.

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  39. DRILL HALL FIRE.

    Major C. K. Brown and Captains Catty and Cruicksliank, the latter of whom arrived to-day, are sitting to-night as a board of Inquiry Into the ...

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  40. CONTEMPT OF COURT.

    Proceedings against the "Age" for alleged contempt of court in relation to the reports in connection with the charge of murder against Dr. Samuel ...

    Article : 138 words
  41. OVERDUE BARQUENTINE

    The overdue barquentine Amazea was towed into Sydney Harbor this morning, and allayed all anxiety for her gaiety. ...

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  42. BUS ACCIDENT.

    A bus accident happened near Tamworthw last night. A cricket team was returning from Duel West in a bus drawn by four hour sea. when a ...

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  43. WIRELESS STATION.

    The Devonport Council has decided write to Father Shaw and draw his attention to the wireless telegraph station which is already standing at East ...

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  44. FIRE AT ANTWERP.

    A great fire broke out in some wood yards at midnight, and became completely beyond control. A big railway depot and some other buildings ...

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  45. ISLAND MURDER.

    The Rev. Dr. Porter, one of the council of tile South Sea Evangell[?] Mission, Sydney, returned to-day from a visit to the islands. ...

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  46. STEAMER ON FIRE.

    The North Coast S.N. Company’s steamer Nerong has a narrow escape off the North Coast last evening, a fire having broken out on board. ...

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  47. BOTANY TRAGEDY.

    In connection with the tragedy at Botany last Thursday, the, coroner to-day held an Inquest On the bodies of the decessed Michael Larkin and ...

    Article : 80 words
  48. METAL MARKET.

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  49. BOXING.

    Samuel M'Vea, the heavyweight boxer, who was a passenger by the Argyllshire, arrived to-day. Referring to the coun[?] to take ...

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  50. FIRE AT ZEEHAN.

    A four-roomed cottage, owned by Mr. J. Davis, of Adelaide, situated la Smelters' road, was destroyed -by Are at 3 o’clock this morning. Thd ...

    Article : 57 words
  51. THUNDER STORM.

    A- heavy thunderstorm passed over Zeehan at seven o'clock this evening. ...

    Article : 17 words
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