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  3. VICTORIAN YEAR BOOK.

    We have received from Mr. A. M. Laughton, Victorian Government statist, the Victorian Year Book for 1911-12. As usual the contents are ...

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  4. TERRITORIAL FORCES.

    Captain Sandys' bill was talked out in the House of Commons. Colonel Seely affirmed that if an expeditionary force were abroad there ...

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  5. MRS. PANKHURST RELEASED

    Mrs. Pankhurst, the well-known suffragette leader, who was recently sentenced to three years' imprisonment, has been released owing to the ...

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  6. THE BALKAN WAR.

    The "Neu Frie Presse" states that England and the Triple Alliance advocate that Salonika be given to Bulgaria as compensation for ...

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  7. HER CONDITION SERIOUS.

    Mrs. Pankhurst has been licensed for a limited period after her release. She was conveyed to a [?]home by some friends, who ...

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  8. BULGARIA'S FORMAL CLAIM.

    It is announced that Bulgaria is formally claiming Salonika, and taking military measures to support her claim. Greece is concentrating ...

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  9. COMPULSORY SERVICE.

    During the debate on the Compulsory Service Bill introduced by Captain Sandys, Colonel Scaly, Secretary, for War, stated that he thought the ...

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  10. ILLEGALLY SITTING IN COMMONS.

    Sir Stuart Samuel, Liberal member for the Whitechapel division of Tower Hamlets, who is a partner in the firm of Samuel, Montagu and Co., ...

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  11. ATTACK ON SKUTARI.

    There are many reports that the Servian army have abandoned the attack on Skutari. ...

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  12. LYRIC PICTURES.

    To-morrow evening in the town hall picture lovers will he catered for by the Lyric Company, an organisation new to this town and which ...

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  13. INDIFFERENT TO BLOCKADE.

    The attack on Skutari has not been resumed. The Montenegrins assume indifference towards the blockade of the coast by the ...

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  14. SERBIA'S RETALIATION.

    The Chambers of Commerce and Industry have declared a general boycott of Austrian merchandise, and the banks have decided to ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN FLEET

    The Manchester "Guardian" states that the Government are corresponding with the Australian Government regarding a locally controlled fleet. ...

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  16. BILL OF INDEMNITY.

    It is understood that the Government will introduce a Bill of indemnity to relieve Sir Stuart Samuel of his liability to fines amounting to ...

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  17. SERVIANS' FATAL MISTAKE.

    The official gazette reports heavy losses at Tarabosch due to the Servian artillery firing whilst the Montenegrins were attacking, the ...

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    AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S LEAGUE. The fourth meeting in Hamilton of the electorate committee of the above will be held next Thursday ...

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  19. WILL RE-CONTEST SEAT.

    Sir Stuart Samuel will re-contest the Whitechapel seat, and Captain Browne, a Unionist, will oppose him. ...

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  20. BRUSSELS' GENERAL STRIKE.

    Many preparations are being mane for the general strike, which has been called for Monday. Socialists anticipate that 400,000 men will ...

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  21. AMBASSADORS' DECISIONS.

    The "North German' Gazette" states that after the declarations made by Dr. von Bethmann Hollweg and Sir Edward Grey, and the statement ...

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  22. TRADE UNION ACT.

    Mr. W. V. Osborne, in explaining the Trade Union Act, states that it is not intended to reverse the Osborne judgment, but to prevent the ...

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  23. WARNING TO ELECTORS.

    In the opinion of Mr. F. R. Coldham, who spoke on the referenda at Mr. H. V. M'Kay's meeting at Ballarat North the Broken Hill strike ...

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  24. THE STRIKE BEGUN.

    The general strike has already begun. Motor car factories and ironworks' employes ceased work at Antwerp. Troops have been ordered to ...

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  25. GREECE AGGRIEVED

    A despondent public feeling prevails that Greece is left to face the Powers, while Bulgaria gets all she asked for. It is complained that ...

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  26. MILLIONAIRE MISSING.

    Mr. Joseph Martin, an American millionaire, has mysteriously disappeared. H intended to return to his home in T[?]messe last Saturday. His ...

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  27. BROKEN HILL ANARCHY.

    A notice, which was posted at the North mine on Friday, that all employes would be discharged, created much concern among the men. ...

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  28. THE POPE'S CONDITION.

    The Pope's condition is unchanged. ...

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  29. JAPANESE IN AMERICA.

    President Wilson expresses a hope that the Californian bill prohibiting alien ownership of real property will not prove objectionable to the ...

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  30. AEROPLANE DISASTER.

    Captain Vinson and another naval officer, while monoplaning at Steerness crashed to the ground, Captain Vinson was badly hurt, and the ...

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  31. PASSED A GOOD NIGHT.

    The latest bulletin issued by the Pope's physicians states that his Holiness passed a good night. ...

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  32. MIDNIGHT BULLETIN.

    The Pope has suffered a relapse. His ailment has been diagnosed as tracheal bronchitis. The condition of hie Holiness is considered grave, ...

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  33. DEATH OF MR. M. MORRISSEY.

    Our Macarthur correspondent telephoned last evening as follows:-- The death of Mr. Michael Morrissey, a well-known and respected resident ...

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  34. BRITISH TARIFF.

    Mr. Austen Chamberlain, speaking at Lincoln last night, said teat when Unionists retained power they intended to afford protection and security ...

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  35. TURKEY AND ITALY.

    Intelligence has been received that, profiting by the departure of the Italian destroyers, the Turks from Asia Minor landed at Kasteloryzo ...

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  36. A SYDNEY REPORT.

    The trouble at Broken Hill is regarded here as almost settled. ...

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  37. SUFFRAGETTE OUTRAGES.

    Suffragettes blew up and burnt the Nevill Cricket' Club's pavilion at Tunbridge Wells. ...

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  38. AUSTRIAN SPIES.

    Two Austrian army lieutenants have been arrested for espionage. Many secrets have recently been revealed to a foreign power. Other ...

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  39. MEXICO REVOLT.

    The Mexican central express, when fleeing from the rebel attack, was wrecked near Tula, in Hidalgo State. Twenty, persons were killed. ...

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  40. THE LATEST DETAILS.

    The industrial troubles in Broken Hill will either be finally settled within the next few hours or the position will become more involved than ...

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  41. FLIGHT ACROSS CHANNEL.

    Mr. Hamel, in a flight with a passenger, flew ninety miles without a stop in 25 minutes from Dover to Dunkirk and return. ...

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  42. INDIAN ANARCHISTS.

    Anarchists derailed the Punjab mail train at Khurma. Much damage was caused. Four similar attempts have been made within a ...

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  43. FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

    It is announced teat President Poincare will visit King George in June. ...

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  44. THE NEW ZEALAND MINISTER.

    Mr. Allen, New Zealand Minister of Defence, attended the Imperial Defence Committee. ...

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  45. OBITUARY.

    President Poincare's mother died suddenly to-day. The New Zealand exports of produce for the year ended 31st March ...

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  46. THE WOUNDED CONSTABLE.

    Constable Frederick M'Casker, who was shot by a burglar, had greatly improved, to-day, and the doctors consider that he will now make rapid ...

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  47. RETURN OF LADY SCOTT.

    Lady Scott has arrived in London in good health. Mr. W. S. Riddle, shire secretory of Ballan, was on Thursday fined ...

    Article : 66 words
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