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    Since the herbage has become plentiful in the western Darling district, there is almost a plague of caterpillars spreading all over the district ...

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    Several meetings in connection with the slaughtermen's trouble at Glebe Island were held at Homebush this morning. The agents and buyers held ...

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    Mr. Ho[?]ern Quee[?]try of A[?]dition. H[?] ...

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  8. TELEG[?]

    Intense interest is being manifested at Johannesburg over the Arnst-Barry match. The betting is in favor of Arnst, at 5 to 4. ...

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  9. A City Fire.

    A fire broke early this morning in the Premises of Lyons and Milling, importers, of ironmongery, glassware, earthware, etc., Clarence Street, ...

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  10. Emigrants Wanted.

    There is keen competition at the English agricultural shows for emigrants, by Australia, the United States, Canada, and Rhodesia. ...

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    J. Saunders, the Victorian bowler, has been appointed ground man and coach to the Wellington (N.Z.) Cricket Association. ...

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  12. Railway Strike in France.

    Following the example of the railway employees at Toulon, France, who voted in favour of a strike, the Bordeaux men, following suit on the ...

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    There is a possibility of the slaughtermen's strike extending to the suburbs and country centres. ...

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    The Johannesburg Cricket Association has decided to send a team of cricketers to Australia. ...

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  15. The New York Strike.

    There are 70,000 cloak"makers and 21,000 tailors on strike in New York, but many "black legs" are filling the places of the former, under ...

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  16. A Wages Board Refused.

    In the Industrial Court this morning, when Judge Heydon dismissed Mr. H. A. Mitchell's application for the appointment of a Wages Board ...

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    Frank Beaurepaire, the Australian swimmer, won the 100 yards swimming championship at Weston Super Mare (Eng.) by a touch, and after a ...

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  18. State Education.

    In his annual report for 1909, the Minister for Public Instruction states that the number of schools in the metropolitan area in operation ...

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  19. Spain and Rome.

    Troops patrol the streets at San Sebastian, and the prospects of a clash are less serious. No demonstration eventuated there on Sunday. At ...

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  20. Terrible Railway Smash.

    The Petaluma and Santa Rosa (Cal.) train, carrying many passengers, including the delegates to the State Convention at Denman, while ...

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    In New Zealand several instances of rough play in Rugby football recently have been dealt with. The Otago Football Association has suspended ...

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  22. Murdered in India.

    The Fremantle police have deceived a cable, Stating that Mrs. Dost Mahomet, a West Australian white women has been murdered by an ...

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  23. A NEW UNION.

    Efforts are being made in Sydney to form a new Rugby Union ...

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    Lyceum Pictures at the Theatre Royal to-night and to-morrow night. Frank Denis McEvoy, telegraph messenger, grade I, Grafton, has been ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 187 words
  26. Federal Note Issue.

    In the House of Representatives yesterday, the Mrime Minister (Mr. Fisher) delivered his second reading speech on the Notes Issue Bill. He said the ...

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  27. A Heavy Gale.

    The P. and O. Royal mail steamer Mongolia, homeward bound, had a boisterous experience off Cape Leeuwin (W.A.), arriving at Fremantle 12 ...

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  28. Hamburg Shipping Strike.

    At Hamburg (Germany) the employees of the Hamburg-American Steam Ship Cov. voted for a strive to-day. ...

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  29. The Persian Revolt.

    Owing to the clash between the Persian Government and the Nationalists, the Teheran Government ordered the Nationalists to disarm within ...

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  30. Strike Leaders Released.

    Albert Burns (formerly treasurer of the N.S.W. Coal and Shale Workers' Association), and Amram Lewis (formerly treasurer of the Northern ...

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    The following nominations have been received for the two principal handicaps to be run at the Lismore Turf Club's meeting on Tuesday and ...

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    Owing to Stanley Ketchell suffering with a bad foot, the 10-round fight with Bill Lang, which was scheduled for Friday next, has been called off. ...

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  33. Vancouver Mail Service.

    The Federal Government is considering the advisability of calling for tenders for the Vancouver mail service. ...

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  34. Home Rule for Ireland.

    Colonel Lynch, member for West Clare, and who, a native of Smythesdale (Vic.), took an active part in the Boer war, is of opinion that ...

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    The first great seizure of arms and ammunition intended for the revolutionists was made at Bilbao, Spain, to-day on a steamship believed to be ...

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    At Winnipeg to-night, Caponi, of Chicago, defeated Arthur McLaghlen, of Australia, in the sixth round. It was scheduled as a ten-round bout ...

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  37. Uniform Postage Rates.

    A bill was passed in the House of Representatives yesterday for two months' supply, to the amount of £1,280,276. ...

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    At San Sebastian, the Roman Catholic juntas of the Basque Provinces decided to-day to wage a broad campaign in defence of Roman ...

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  39. British Science Congress.

    The Federal Government will try to induce the British Association for the Advancement of Science to hold its conference in Australia in 1913 or ...

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  40. The Crippen Murder.

    Crippen attended the Roman Catholic chapel at the Quebec prison on Sunday. Miss Le Neve was allowed to visit the Protestant Church Holy ...

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  41. A Sussex Street Fray.

    The intervention of the police in a quarrel between two men in Sussex-street last night led to a disgraceful and vicious attack on a constable, ...

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  42. Obituary.

    Hardy Scott, Editor of the "Oregonian," who was considered one of the greatest of American editors, is dead, having succumbed after an ...

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    Telegrams and letters are accumulating at Qu[?]ec gaol, addressed to Crippen, but he is only allowed to receive and answer cables from his ...

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  44. Strike at Adelaide.

    At Adelaide the iron workers' strike appears likely to be a protracted struggle. There are 333 men and 60 boys on strike. ...

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  45. Ladies' Swimming Club Social.

    In the Oddfellows' Hall last evening a very pleasant social was held under the auspices of the Grafton Ladies' Swimming Club. About forty couples ...

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  46. A Thrilling Sensation.

    Mr. A. V. Roes was giving an exhibition in a triplane at Blackpool, before hundreds of spectators, when the machine caught fire at a great height. ...

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  47. British Trade Figures.

    The British Board of Trade statistics show a decrease of £900,000 in the imports and an increase of nearly £3,000,000 in the exports. ...

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  48. The Tick Pest.

    It is urged that Queensland sh[?]d be compelled to take systematic action to clean a "buffer" area from ticks along the N.S.W. border. ...

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  49. Railway and Tramway Pensions.

    The Railway and Tramway Superannuation Bill was read the second time in the Assembly last night. Mr. Wade guaranteed the scheme to ...

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  51. The Empire Festival.

    The postponed Festival of the Empire is expected to be held next year at the Crystal Palace. London. The promoters will ask Australia, ...

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  52. A Disabled Steamer.

    The steamer Karoola arrived at Sydney from Melbourne on Monday morning and reported having passed the French mail steamer Salazie ...

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  53. Buried Treasure.

    Owing to two bars of silver having been found in the harbor at Cherbourg (France), a company has been formed to search for the treasure of a ...

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  54. A Catholic Steamer.

    The steamer which is to convey the Papal Legate and other Roman Catholic dignitaries to the Eucharistic con[?]ress at Montreal, has been ...

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  55. Victorian Produce.

    As a result of the stand recently taken by the Sydney merchants, the quality of produce received from Victoria has improved. ...

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  56. War Balloons Missing

    Two war balloons have been missing from Munich (Germany) since Friday, each containing three men. Both are believed to have been lost. ...

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    The disabled mail steamer Salazie h[?]s been picked up by the French steamer Sydney. She was off Narooma yesterday afternoon in tow, with the ...

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