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  2. FEMALE SKELETON

    At Newchatel, in Switzerland, a bronze vault, made six hundred years before Christ, has been unearthed. It contained a female skeleton, four ...

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  3. THE MARKETS

    A municipal-sun institution, which is causing a great deal or [?] the local council is the Kalgoorlie markets. On several occasions of late ...

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  4. HOUSE OF COMMONS

    The House of Commons 1 What historic associations the name recalls to an Australian! What an atmosphere of dusty time and grand embalmed ...

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  5. AN AUSTRALIAN

    At the Central Station Hotel, Glasgow, the detectives arrested, under the Official Secres Acta man named Carl Greaves, who described himself as an ...

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  6. OUR MEAT SUPPLY

    This morning Mr. Horwood, chairman. of the slaughtermen, who recently ceased work, demanding more money, interviewed Mr. B. Leslie, secretary of ...

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  7. LOSS OF THE “TITANIC”

    Wireless messages have been received from the White Star liner Titanic, 45,000 tons, bound for New York from Southampton, saying that she has ...

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  8. A TRAIN STOPPED

    While a trainwas travelling through Mexico a number of bandits, armed with rifles, stuck it up. Apparently their one quest was to ...

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  9. BIG ICE FIELD.

    Various liners recently encountered an ice field 100 miles long and 35 miles broad, near Newfoundland. The Grand banks had a perilous ...

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  10. A LABOR PAPER

    The “Herald,” the new halfpenny morning paper, has published an attack on the “Daily News” and the “Westminster Chronicle” for the ...

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  11. FORCIBLY FED

    Replying in the House of Commons to Mr. George Lansbury, Labor member for Bow and Bromley, Mr. Reginald McKenna said that 26 suffragists, ...

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  12. BACK TO THE STAGE

    Ten years ago Ada Ward, the well-known actress, gave up the stage and went in for evangelistic work. Last night in Sydney she ...

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  13. THE IRON MOULDERS

    After six weeks of idleness the iron and brass moulders yesterday approached the Chamber of Mines, and asked that a conference should take place ...

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  14. PASSENGERS OFF.

    Word has come from Halifax that all the Titanic passengers were got safely off by about three o’clock. ...

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  15. GREAT EXPLOSION

    A terrific explosion occurred at Bombay, when one and a half tons of dynamite stored in a floating magazine in the harbor blew up. ...

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  16. STEAMER SINKS.

    The Titanic sank while being towed to Halifax. So far it is known that 675 persons have been saved, but it is feared that ...

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  17. GIFT OF £20,000

    An anonymous benefactor has generously placed in the hands of Viscount Esher the sum of £20,000 for the purpose of endowing a professorship at ...

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  18. HAINAULT FATALITY

    This morning, before Mr. B. Leslie, J.P., and a jury of three, an inquest was opened touching the death of John Oakes, who was killed yesterday ...

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  19. DISTINGUISHED PASSENGERS.

    Messages received, here about midday state that the Titanic struck in Sunday evening. She had on board 1330 passengers, including 300 ...

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  20. A BLACK SHEEP

    At the North London Police Court Ernest Harley, watchmaker, was charged with impersonating a master and giving a false character to Cecil ...

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  21. STEAMING FOR SAFETY.

    The “Montreal Star” says that the Titanic is steaming slowly towards Halifax. The Olympic was built in 1910, and ...

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  22. FAMOUS ACTRESS DEAD

    One of the most famous actresses m America died recently. This was Mrs Annie Yeamans, who, born m the Isle of Man, went when quite a child to ...

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  23. ELECTRIC LIGHTING

    In response to a call for tenders for the installation of electrics light on the time-payment system, the council at its meeting last night received ...

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  24. THE UPPER HOUSE

    To-night at eight o’clock Sir. C. R. Davies, Mayor of Boulder, who is contesting the South Province election, will address the electors at ...

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  25. WALLY OPENSHAW

    Recently Councillor Wally Openshaw—who doesn’t say much at the Boulder council meetings—but whose honesty and integrity is admitted by ...

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  26. KOOMBANA PASSENGERS

    One of the passengers by the steamer Koombana, which is supposed to have foundered with all on board during a hurricane on the northern coast ...

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  27. FISH OH !

    The Premier (Mr. Sc[?]ddan) remarked in Perch recently that it had been arranged for 15 tons of fresh fish to be brought to Fremantle from Sharks ...

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  28. THE MODEL INN

    The Earl of Lytton presided at Caxton Hall at a meeting in connection with the Public House Trust movement, called to welcome Earl ...

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  29. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT

    E. Pert, employed on the new bridge over the Goulburn, at Riversdale, met with a terrible accident. While some timber was being levered up a ...

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  30. THE CIVIL SERVICE VOTE.

    In emphasising the Importance of the forthcoming Legislative Council elections the “Civil Service Journal,” the official organ of the Civil Service ...

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  31. RAILWAY ACCIDENTS

    A sensational mishap occurred at the )open crossing near the Bulban railway station (Victoria) when a former named Michael Kennedy, aged ...

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  32. OBITUARY

    This morning, shortly before seven o’clock, Mr. F. B. Pullen, who has been a prominent and popular pressman on the fields for the last seven ...

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  33. JUDGES DIFFER

    Recently in Melbourne a man named Edward Parker was sent to gaol for two years for burglary. The chief evidence against the accused was some ...

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  34. ON THE RAILWAYS

    The award of the special Conciliation Board which was appointed to deal with the dispute between the Commissioner of Railways and the ...

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  35. TELEPHONES AND PHTHISIS

    In view of the importance of removing any possible source of infections disease, the Postmaster-General some! time ago requested Dr. Spitta, of St. ...

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  36. RAILWAY EMPLOYEE KILLED.

    Frank Pinches, aged 56, a points cleaner in the railway yard at Port Melbourne, was knocked down by a train in the yard. He is a married ...

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  37. FIRE BRIGADES

    At the meeting of the Kalgoorlie Municipal Council last night, an item in the works committee’s report dealing with, a letter sent by the secretary ...

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  38. ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES

    The secretary of the Australian Labor Federation, in Perth, has received a letter from Mr Stenberg, chairman of the Commonwealth ...

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  39. SERIOUS MOTOR ACCIDENT

    A serious motor car accident happened about 13 miles from Moama (Vic.) A car, owned and driven by Mr. W. J. Nicholas, in which were ...

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  40. MAYOR AND COUNCILLORS

    The Mayor and Councillors of Kalgoorlie attended at the Kalgoorlie Town Hall yesterday for the purpose of having their likeness taken. The ...

    Article : 74 words
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