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    G. LANGFORD KIRBY. An English actor, who will make his Australian debut next Saturday night in the Theatre Royal, Sydney, in "The Lion and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    ARTHUR ELDRED, Who is appearing in the Palace Theatre, Sydney, in "A Bachelor's Honeymoon." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. BRIEF MENTION.

    Mr. Andrew Fisher, M.P., has been visiting Gympie (Q.). Leichhardt Council's estimate of revenue for the ensuing year is £14,644 14s 6d. ...

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  7. BRITISH ELECTIONS.

    Lord Lansdowne, replying to a correspondent, emphasises the statement that old age pensioners will be safe. He adds that even the Liberal Government never ...

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  9. THE COAL STRIKE.

    The ten lodges of the Maitland coalfield (with only 25 dissentients) have decided against the acceptance of the wages board. A meeting of over 1500 miners remained in ...

    Article : 727 words
  10. QUIRINDI UNDER WATER.

    The Wallabadah Creek has overflowed, while Quirindi Creek is, running strongly, and is in danger of breaking over the banks at any moment. The water from Wallabadah ...

    Article : 127 words
  11. THE LORDS' VETO.

    Newspaper and other comments refer to the absence of detailed explanations of how any Government is going to abolish the power of the House of Lords to veto proposed ...

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  12. SPECIAL EDITION.

    Shortly after 8 o'clock last night a railway employee named Charles Bubel was taken to the Sydney Hospital In urgent need of medical treatment. His left eye was shockingly ...

    Article : 263 words
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  14. ELECTIONEERING TACTICS.

    Two thousand of the unemployed are engaged as sandwich men in Manchester. They are taking part in a Conservative demonstration, and form a procession two ...

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  15. RAILWAY TRAFFIC DISLOCATED

    The Brisbane mail is hung up at Moonbi, near Tamworth. owing to a washout. As she has been delayed since midnight fin Friday the railway authorities think that ...

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  16. RETURNED UNOPPOSED.

    Mr. W. E. Guinness, Conservative, Bury St. Edmunds; Mr. J. Hills, Conservative, Durham City; and Lord Wolmer, Conservative, have been returned unopposed. ...

    Article : 43 words
  17. BRITISH BUDGET CAMPAIGN.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) has received the following unsigned cable message from London:--"Electors everywhere fear dear food. Decline believe Australia can ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. QUEENSLAND ISOLATED.

    The Central Postal Administration has received information to the effect that the whole of the State of Queensland is cut off from telegraphic communication with the ...

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  19. ACCIDENT TO A GOODS TRAIN.

    A serious accident happened to a goods train, which was running from Perth to Fremantle, early this morning. The train comprised forty trucks. Just after the train ...

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  20. BRITISH COAL STRIKE.

    The North Eastern Steel Works In Middlesbrough have been closed owing to the lack of coal, and as a consequence 2000 hands have been thrown idle. ...

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  21. SIR GEORGE REID.

    The commercial Travellers' Association entertained Sir George Reid at a very successful valedictory gathering last night in the club rooms. Mr. J. R. B. Campbell, ...

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  22. PREPARING FOR EMERGENCIES.

    The river is now 24ft. above its normal level, and still rising rapidly. The fears are now confirmed of a record flood. Both the river and the creek are over the banks, and ...

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  23. THE MINERS' MINES.

    Mr. Bowling's scheme for reopening the Young Wallsend Mine was criticised by some of the men at a meeting at Young Wallsend yesterday. They said they had ...

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  24. GIRL'S DESPERATE ENCOUNTER

    Percy Hall, 25, who was engaged to Miss Page, a florist in Hay-street, attempted to out his throat in her shop this morning. A girl attendant noticed blood and punctures in his ...

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  25. PULLMAN'S MILLIONS.

    A Chicago telegram reports that the late Mr. Pullman, of Pullman car fame, left a fortune of £3,600,000. To each of his six sons he did not bequeath ...

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  26. FIRST-AID WORK.

    The Randwick and Coogee division of the St. John Ambulance Brigade, which has done good work in rendering first aid during the last two years, has decided to ...

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  27. READY TO WORK.

    Matters here appear to be shaping toward a settlement of the trouble. The only obstacle in the way is the sentence hanging over the thirteen men who were dealt with ...

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  28. THE RIVAL NAVIES.

    Dr. T. J. Macnamara, speaking in Hastings, said that by April, 1912, Britain would have 20 Dreadnoughts, 40 pre-Dreadnoughts, and 35 cruisers, while Germany's fleet of ships of ...

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  29. CANADA AND GERMANY.

    The "Berliner Tageblatt" appeals strongly for fiscal peace between Germany and Canada. The Berlin daily says that the Dominion ...

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  30. HUNTER RIVER'S STARTLING RISE.

    The heavy rains of the past few days have caused a sudden rise in the Hunter River from its source to Maitland. At Maitland the river rose 20ft. in 12 hours ...

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  31. TANNERS' FEDERATION.

    The Federal Industrial Registrar has received from the Federated Tanners and Leather Dressers' Employees' Union of Australia an application for registration as an ...

    Article : 43 words
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  33. ANOTHER SCHEME.

    The colltery proprietors who could be induced to discuss the strike to-day laughed at Peter Bowling's scheme for bringing coal round from Young Wallsend by water. ...

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  34. A FATAL FALL.

    On Thursday night a minor named John Monk, who resided in Dowling-street, Darlinghurst, was taken to his home by two men. It was stated that Monk, who had ...

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  35. PAIR OF HORSES BOLT.

    A pair of horses attached to a buggy bolted at Kilmore East yesterday, and ran up an embankment, capsizing the vehicle. The occupants were thrown out. F. Wortley ...

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  36. THE SOUTHERN BALLOT.

    The ballot in commotion with the acceptance or otherwise of the Wages board In the southern coalfields was taken yesterday. All boxes, with the exception of Mount ...

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  37. LONDON METAL MARKET.

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  38. COPRA MARKET.

    The copra market has been slow. South Sea makes in bags are quoted from £24 2s 6d to £24 5s per ton. ...

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  39. VICTORIAN HARVEST.

    A record grain season is expected this year. The railways up to January 14 carried 1,523,747 bags from country stations, as against 1,329,458 for a similar period last ...

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  40. COAL FOR MELBOURNE GAS CO.

    The steamers Edward VII., with 5000 tons of English coal for the Gas Company, and the Fitzclarence, with a similar quantity, are expected to arrive here shortly. The Gas ...

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  41. DEATH OF A BOAT BUILDER.

    The death is announced of James Edwards, the well-known boat builder, of Yarra Bank. He was over 80 years of age. ...

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  42. A BOY DROWNED.

    The body of a boy, John Swinton, was recovered from the Saltwater River this afternoon. The deceased was drowned while bathing, but his two companions were afraid ...

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  43. LABOR IN POLITICS.

    At a meeting of the Hunter Federal Electorate Council of the Political Labor League this morning Mr. J. W. Roche, president of the Hebburn Miners' Lodge, was authorised ...

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  44. FOR RELIEF OF SUFFERERS.

    A public meeting, under the auspices of the relief committee, is to be held in the Domain this afternoon, the object being to raise funds for the assistance of the wives and ...

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  45. ORGAN RECITAL.

    Mr. Ernest. Truman, the City Organist, gave a fine programme in the Town Hall last night. Tschulkowsky's "1812" overture, transcribed for the organ by the performer, ...

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