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  2. PREMIER IN THE NORTH.

    LISMORE, Thursday.--The Premier and party arrived at Lismore this evening, and were welcomed by the Mayor on behalf of the townspeople. The Premier briefly responded, stating ...

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  3. TROUBLE IN THE PUNJAB

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Some seditious emissaries in the Punjab have been circulating most extraordinary lies, with the view of stirring up the populace. ...

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  4. ENGLISH MAIL CONTRACT

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--The Australian mail syndicate has not deposited the additional bond for £25,000, which they were called upon to do by noon to-day. ...

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  5. SAN FRANCISCO MAIL LINE

    Definite news was received by cable yesterday that the Oceanic S.S. Company had decided to withdraw from the moil service between San Francisco and Sydney and vice versa. The ...

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  6. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    Mr. Ewing, Minister for Defence, takes exception to the attitude which Mr. Carruthers has adopted towards the selection of a site for the Federal capital. He regards, too, the ...

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  7. EMPIRE DAY.

    Where'er the Ocean's billows roll, Where'er the breath of Earth blows free, Where'er a task demands a sturdy soul The Empire is supreme! ...

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  8. IRISH IN BRITAIN.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Mr. T. P. O'Connor (Nationalist member for Liverpool, Scotland Division) yesterday delivered a notable address to the British delegates to ...

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  9. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.--Had England anticipated the developments of the past few years it is impossible to conceive of its having made the arrangement with ...

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  10. THE LATEST MOVE.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--The suggestion foreshadowed two days ago that the new English mall contract would go before the Premiers' Conference in Brisbane for consideration has ...

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  11. JAPAN IN MANCHURIA.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Japanese journals deny discrimination against foreigners in favor of Japanese in Manchuria, and declare that the Japanese are merely trying to ...

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  12. UNITED STATES POLITICS.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Reuter's Agency reports that the Senate of New York State has passed a Public Utilities Bill, creating two commissioners for the regulation of conducting public services, railroads, lighting, and so forth. ...

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  13. A WORLD-WIDE FESTIVAL.

    As on each recurrence of the 24th of May for some years past, the British people, whether in Motherland or far-separated colony or dependency, will to-day honor the memory of their ...

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  14. THE REJECTED COUNCIL BILL.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--The "Daily News" says that the rejection of the Irish Council Bill by the Irish National Convention in Dublin has caused the shadow of ...

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  15. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Thursday. -- Middlesex met Somerset yesterday at cricket, on the occasion of a benefit for the professional, A. E. Trott (formerly of Victoria), and won by 166 ...

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  16. AT CASINO AND KYOGLE.

    CASINO, Thursday.--The State Premier arrived here by special train this morning from Grafton, accompanied by Messrs. Oakes, Nobbs, and Farnell, and was received at the station ...

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  17. TRANS-PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT.

    It was in 1867 that the plans for a trans-Pacific service by steam took definite shape, due to the enterprise of Mr. H. H. Hall, the originator of what was known as the Californian mail service, ...

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  18. TRAGEDY AT SOUTHSEA.

    LONDON, Thursday.--A man named John Langford Crump, a septuagenarian, recently arrived in England from Auckland, New Zealand, and inquired at Southsea ...

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  19. SOUTH AFRICANS ON TOUR.

    LONDON, Thursday.--The South African cricket team, now touring England, beat Leicestershire in their opening match by 98 runs. ...

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  20. SHIPPING OF COAL.

    A contract has just been made by the Chief Commissioner for Railways with the Fulham Steel Works of London for the supply of four of what are termed "dumping machines" of the ...

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  21. A "FEELING OF DOUBT."

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Speaking at the annual meeting of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce to-day, the retiring president (Mr. W. Knox, M.H.R.) had no doubt that satisfaction ...

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  22. LYNCHING PARTY SURPRISED.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--A lynching affray is reported from Georgia (U.S.A.). A negro named Flem. Padgett was suspected of having committed an ...

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  23. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    Interviewed yesterday in regard to the matters to be discussed at the conference to be opened at Brisbane next Monday, Mr. N. J. Moore, the Premier of West Australia, said: ...

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  24. STILL WAITING FOR MR. BENT.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--In the course of conversation Mr. Price, Premier of South Australia, who passed through Melbourne to-day, en route for Brisbane, to attend the Premiers' ...

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  25. VENTILATION OF MAGAZINES.

    LONDON, Thursday.--As a result of the inquiry into the disastrous explosion on the French battleship Jena, at Toulon, on March 12, a new system of ventilation has been ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Sir William Lyne states that the only Premier that Mr. Winston Churchill showed any sympathy for was General Botha of the Transvaal. ...

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  27. SERIOUS LIFT ACCIDENT.

    A serious lift accident occurred yesterday at the Hotel Arcadia, Pitt-street, as a result of which a bedroom waitress at the hotel, Mrs. Rebecca Sherlock (36), was fatally injured, and ...

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  28. THE RAND STRIKE.

    LONDON, Thursday.--The strike on the Rand is general among the white employees in the mines, comprising those belonging to 43 different companies. ...

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  29. NEW ZEALAND'S CONDITION.

    At the invitation of Mr. O. C. Beale, ex-president of the Federal Council of Manufacturers, several prominent members of the chamber assembled at the Hotel Australia yesterday to ...

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  30. SAN FRANCISCO LABOR TROUBLES.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Owing to the continued labor troubles in San Francisco, the Union Ironworks there were unable to complete the armored cruiser California. ...

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  31. THE FEDERAL OUTLOOK.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Speaking at the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce today, Mr. Knox, M.H.R., on the question of the tariff, said there could be no doubt now that ...

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  32. APPOINTMENT OF STATE GOVERNORS.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Mr. Price, the Premier of South Australia, stated to-day that he will bring under the notice of the Premiers' Conference in Brisbane the question of the ...

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  33. EIGHT HOURS' DAY IN MINES.

    LONDON, Thursday.--The committee appointed last August by the Home Secretary (with Mr. W. Russell Rea. Liberal member for Scarborough, as chairman) to inquire ...

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  34. PLAGUE IN THE EAST.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.--The Taiyuan, which arrived to-day from the East, reports that a plague epidemic prevails from India to China. At Bangkok. Siam, large bonfires are ...

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  35. DELEGATES FROM THE SOUTH.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Mr. J. M. Davies (acting Premier) and Mr. Wheatland (acting Under-Treasurer) left by the Sydney express this afternoon, en route to Brisbane, to attend ...

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  36. TERRIBLE GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.--The Taiyuan. which arrived to-day with Eastern news, reports that the recent explosion at the Wing Chun powder magazine, near Canton, worked ...

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  37. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A conference of employers and employees connected with the agricultural implement trade was opened in the Government offices to-day, in order to fix the scale of wages to be paid to ...

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  38. R.M.S. ORIENT AT FREMANTLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
  39. CHINGTU AT THURSDAY ISLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 55 words
  40. CELEBRATION AT BULLI.

    BULLI, Thursday.--The Bulli and Woonona branch of the British Empire League intend celebrating Empire Day on Saturday, and extensive preparations are being made to carry ...

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  41. ENGLISH MAILS.

    English mails dated London, April 26, by the R.M.S. Orient, are due here on Wednesday next. The Orient arrived at Fremantle at 6.10 o'clock yesterday morning. ...

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