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  2. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

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  3. TELEGRAPHIC

    The final function in connection with the Imperial Press Conference took place yesterday. It took the form of a reception at the ...

    Article : 63 words
  4. BRITISH POLITICS.

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  5. GOLDFIELDS CONSOLIDATED ACCIDENT.

    Quite a thrill was sent through the city and Commonwealth on Saturday when the heroic deed of Joseph Davis, who rescued his mate from exploding holes at the ...

    Article : 124 words
  6. LAND TAXATION.

    Sir Robert Berks, Liberal M.P., for the Louth Division of Lincolnshire, delivered an address to his constituents last night, in which he referred to the financial ...

    Article : 61 words
  7. FOREIGN POLICE.

    As a result of the revelations made in what is known as the Harting spy case, an important decision has been come to by the French Government. ...

    Article : 153 words
  8. THE FINANCE BILL.

    The Marquis of Lansdowne, speaking at a Conservative Association banquet, said that the House of Lords would be obliged to consider the Finance Bill with an open ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. STOCK EXCHANGE ACTION.

    At the midday call of the Stock Exchange on Saturday. Mr. A. J. Taylor, chairman, referred in terms of great praise to Davis' act, and said that such an act ...

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  10. SECTARIAN BITTERNESS.

    Sir.-- The purpose of "John Bull's'' letter in your issue of to-day is a mystery to [?], unless it is simply an outlet for his venom. It is certainly not a reply to my first ...

    Article : 581 words
  11. MEMBER'S SUSPENSION EXPUNGED.

    In the House of Commons last night Mr. Asquith moved that the record of form of suspending Mr. Will Thorne be expunged from the records of the House. The ...

    Article : 48 words
  12. SHAH OF PERSIA SEEKS SANCTUARY.

    The latest advices from Persia indicate that there is likely to be a cessation of the hostilities between the Nationalists and the loyal troops at Teheran, the ...

    Article : 147 words
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  14. POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S CONGRATULATIONS.

    On Saturday morning Sir John Quick P.M.G., sent the following telegram to the principals: -- ''To John. Allan, Bendigo Hospital.-- Please accept my deep ...

    Article : 160 words
  15. FANATICAL PRACTICES.

    A message received from St. Petersburg to-day states that horrible discoveries have been made by the police in connection with the practices of the fanatical religious ...

    Article : 138 words
  16. SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS.

    The fellow workmen or Mr. Davis at the Goldfields Consolidated mine are strong in praise of his unprecedented act of heroism and have decided to present him with a ...

    Article : 287 words
  17. ECLIPSE STAKES.

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  18. STATE GOVERNOR INFORMED.

    Mr. T. Glass, M.L.A., wrote to the State Governor, Sir Thomas Gibson Carmichael, on Saturday, in the following terms, bringing under His Excellency's ...

    Article : 217 words
  19. AUSTRALIAN MAIL CONTRACT.

    An interesting case, arising out of the ineffective contract between the Commonwealth Government and the syndicate, of which the firm of Sir James Laing and Son ...

    Article : 186 words
  20. LARGE FIRE AT FLEMINGTON.

    A destructive fire occurred at Messrs. Debney Bros.' extensive tannery at Flemington early this morning. Shortly before 6 o'clock Samuel Hammond, in the employe of the ...

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  21. WOOL SALES.

    There was again a good attendance at the wool sales to-day. The marked was animated, and there was a good sale for all classes of wool ...

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  22. BALLARAT MINERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Ballarat Miners' Association on Saturday night was very lively. Mr. T. Howitt was criticising the action ...

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  23. MINERS' ASSOCIATION EULOGY.

    Mr. W. Hayhow, vice-president of the Bendigo Miners' Association, at the half- yearly meeting of the branch, held on Saturday evening, said he desired to bring [?] ...

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  24. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales yesterday competition was keen. Prices were firm at late rates. ...

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  25. SEDITIOUS PUBLICATIONS.

    At the Old Bailey Police Court yesterday, Albert Fletcher Horsley, printer, was charged at the instance of the public prosecutor with printing and publishing Indian ...

    Article : 71 words
  26. ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY.

    Mr. T. Glass forwarded a letter [?] somewhat similar lines to Mr. R. W. [?]. Wilmot, secretary of the Royal Hu[?] Society. ...

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  27. PULPIT REFERENCE.

    Prior to his evening sermon in the Congregational Church, Forest street, yesterday, the Rev. Ninian Melville said:-- An incident occurred on Friday afternoon at ...

    Article : 333 words
  28. COAL MINING TROUBLES.

    The outlook an connection with the coalmining trouble continues most gloomy. The Miners' Federation of Great Britain has decided to hold a ballot upon the ...

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  29. MR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN'S BIRTHDAY

    Mrs. Chamberlain, wife of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, desires to acknowledge many telegrams of congratulation on the occasion of her husband's birthday. ...

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  31. EAGLEHAWK.

    The principal topic of discussion in the borough on Saturday was the discharging of about 70 men from the New Moon mine the previous day. The prospects of the mine for ...

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  32. AMERICANS IN CHINA.

    President Taft has appointed Mr. Charles Crane, manufacturer of Chicago, American Minister at Pekin. ...

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  33. AN OFFICER'S BRAVERY.

    Later particulars regarding the disaster to the submarines [?]11 and [?]17, off Yarmouth, on Wednesday night, show that the rescue of Lieutenant Watkins, of the ...

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  34. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    The officers and several leading members of St. Kilian's branch of the Hibernian Society paid a visit to Bishop Reville's residence at Kangaroo Flat yesterday, to welcome ...

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  37. KANGAROO FLAT.

    There was a very good attendance at the Progress Association entertainment on Friday evening. The Rev. W. H. Beer (president) occupied the chair. Mr. W. Dugan ...

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  38. GOVERNMENT'S RECOGNITION.

    The Premier to-day made some very appreciative remarks to offer as regards the bravery displayed by Mr. Joseph Davis, who yesterday saved his mate, Mr. ...

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