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  2. TO-DAY'S, CABLES.

    The police and suffragettes were again in conflict yesterday afternoon,when a crowd, of 15,000 people gathered in Trafalgar Square to hear the ...

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  3. A PATHETIC END.

    The mystery surrounding the disappearance) of a little girl named Rnssmussen, who wandered away from Armstrong's Beach during the Now ...

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  4. WOOD PULP.

    On Friday afternoon, at Yarraman, the Governor (Sir William MacGregor) will open the first wood pulp Works to be established In Australasia. It Will ...

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  5. OUR NAVY.

    The torpedo boat destroyer Yarra arrived at the Maryborough, wharf at. 11 o'clock this morning, and H.M.H.S. Australia anchored at Urungan, the ...

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  6. INTO A CHASM.

    John' Mayes, while removing logs from an abandoned shaft at White Cliffs, was carried into the gaping, mouth by the moving earth. His son ...

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  7. YET ANOTHER.

    Another case of smallpox was discovered last night. The patient is a Shopkeeper, carrying on business In Brunswick-street, New Farm. The ...

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  8. CHEESE CHAOS.

    Writing to London in regard to the present situation in China, Dr. SunYat-Sen. says:—The prediction which I made has been fulfilled. That ...

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  9. HUMAN SLAUGHTER

    There are trustworthy reports, or appalling massacres by Turkish irregulars coming- from districts in Thrace, which the Turks are re-occupying. It ...

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  10. PROPOSED AMALGAMATION

    At a joint meeting of the Liverpool Creek and South Johnstone Central Mill Associations on Saturday night all of the members present signed a ...

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  11. PERSONAL

    The Governor and Lady MacGregor, accompanied by MissMacGregor and attended by Captain Foxton, will be present this evening at the function to ...

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  12. AMERICA WINS.

    The United States have won the Davis Cup, by M'Loughlin's victory in the fourth and deciding match. He heat Dixon (England) in three straight ...

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  13. STILL THEY COME.

    M. Vedrinesi the well-known French airman, has met with the inevitable disasters He was flying at Bordeaux to-day, when his machine capsized ...

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  14. WILFUL MURDER.

    The corner held an inquest on the bidy of Clara Simpson an unmarried girl aged 17, who died suddenly at the Adeldide Hospital on July 16. ...

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  15. AN IMPROPER REMARK.

    In the Central Summons Court this morning, before Mr. Mowbray P.M. Ernest Joseph Williams proceeded against James Gilligan on charge of ...

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  16. CONGESTED SHEDS.

    This morning during the course of the auction sales at Roma-street produce shed, the auctioneer (Mr. J. Allen) drew merchants attention to ...

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  17. A TERRIBLE TOLL.

    The offlcial records of railway accidents in Great Britain during 1912 have Just been published. During that year 1010 persons were killed and 8700 ...

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  18. NOAH THE SECOND.

    Sagundo San[?], a native [?] nama, has proclaimed himself a Messlah and predicted the destruction of the world by a great deluge shortly. ...

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  19. CARSON'S GLOOM.

    Speaking at Belfast, Sip Edward Carson said that he did not believe that a general election would take place before the Home Rule Bill was ...

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  20. A SINKING SHIP.

    Mr. Peake premier of South Australia, is reported to be endeavoring to obtain a seat on the Interstate Commission, the reason, being that the local ...

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  21. THE BRITISH REVOLT.

    In consequence or the lockout or bricklayers in the Liverpool district there are 30,000 workers, idle. ...

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  22. HOME FOR OLD MAIDS

    If the provisions of the will of Miss Anna Gardner are carried out, the town of York will have a home for old maids. Miss Gardner died a week ago and ...

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  23. "INSANE AND CRIMINAL."

    Mr. J. Ramsay Macdonald, Mr. (leader, of tho British Labor party) says that Mr. Winston Churchill's statement regarding the British ...

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  24. BURNT TO DEATH.

    A serious fire hem occurred at Clare, and a dwelllng-house has been totally destroyed. An elderly lady, Mrs. Pointing, was burnt to death. The origin ...

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  25. YANKEE AND JAP.

    The administrative officials are disposed to take an optimistic view of the negotiations with Japan, and it is believed that a complete understanding ...

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  26. ELECTRICAL WORKERS OUTPUT.

    Giving judgment in the case affecting the wages of electrical workers, Judge Heydon expressed astonishment At the difference, in the output ...

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  27. LONDON'S MOTOR BUSES.

    During, the course of a discussion in tho House of Commons to-day, the question of road administration came up, and it was stated that there were ...

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  28. JAPS IN MEXICO.

    It is reported that about 100,00 Japanese males are now quartered throughout Mexico, there being about 20,000 in and around Mexico City. They ...

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  29. ON THE RAND.

    The situation on the Rand is again grave and there is danger of a general strike throughout South Africa. The miners are far from satisfied ...

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  30. THE SCOTT EXPEDITION.

    The presentation of medals awarded to members of the Scott Expedition took place at Buckingham Palace yesterday. The mementoes, which are ...

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  31. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.

    The following holidays have been gazetted:—August 1, the annual races at Barron. August 4, at Dalby, turning of the ...

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  32. BRISBANE'S COMPOSERS CONcert.

    Vocal music will form an important part of the Brisbane Composers' Concert, which Jet to ho given in the Exhibition Hall oh Thursday night, July ...

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  33. FISH MARKET.

    Early Morning Sale.—Mullet, 18/6 to 16/; fantall mullet, 10/6; small mullet, 8/; bream, 23/6 to 28/; small whiting, 21/ to 24/6; tailor fish/ 15/6 black ...

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  34. GOLD AND FOGGY.

    The following forecasts were Issuedthis afternoon for tho ensuing 24 hours:—QUEENSLAND.—Generally fine, cold ...

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  35. WORLD'S RECORD.

    At Glasgow yesterday, Donaldson, the well-known athlete, broke the world's record for 220 yards. In his heat he won from scratch in 21[?] sec. He was ...

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  36. FELL 3500 FEET.

    It is learned from St. Maurice that three Alpine climbers were seen to fall a distance of 3500 feet from the Sallleres tower. They are believed to be ...

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  37. RAILWAY DISASTER.

    The intense heat prevaining in Denmark has been responsible for a very serious railway accident. On one line the trails expanded to such an extent ...

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  38. RESTORATION OF JOINT CONTROL

    Speaker Morton has decided to restore the system of joint control by tho Legislative Assembly and the Council. ...

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  39. PUBLIC WORKS TENDERS.

    The following Public worKs tenders were accepted this morning:—State school, Highworth, via Nambour, remoyal to new site, R. Whitecross, £73; ...

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  40. PROSECUTION OF STRIKERS.

    Giving evidence before the Industrial Commission, Mr. A. J. Kolynack considered that every person taking part In strikes should be prosecuted. ...

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