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  2. 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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  3. STATE ELECTIONS.

    New regulation's rendered necessary by the passing into law of the Parliamentary Elections Act of 1906 have been gazetted. There are 31 of them, and for the most pact they are of a ...

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  4. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--The Postmaster- General has approved of both the New South Wales and the Victorian section of the additional copper telegraph line between Melbourne ...

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  5. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    While walking across George-street West yesterday, Thomas Prosser (50), residing in Annandale, was knocked down by a buggy. He was taken by the Civil Ambulance Brigade to the ...

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  6. THE COUNTRY.

    GOULBURN, Thursday.--The Sydney-Goulburn section of the telephone to Melbourne is completed. The section from Goulburn to Yass is being erected. Goulburn will only be at liberty ...

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  7. NEW YORK LETTER.

    NEW YORK. April 20.--The struggle between the people aud the corporations still looms largest of the problems of the time. One of its most recent developments is the assertion by ...

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  8. THE EXCHANGE OF FLAGS.

    The work of the flag interchange committee of the British Empire League in Australia has produced some interesting features, and promises a considerable development in the future. Flags ...

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  9. ST. LEONARDS.

    Three nominations, Messrs. G. M. Down, F. M'Cay, and H. J. Milner. were received in response to the request from the St. Leonards Labor League for the names of persons willing ...

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  10. MELANESIAN MISSION.

    WEST MAITLAND, Thursday.--An exhibition of work intended for a sale of work to be held in Sydney in aid of the Melanesian Mission took place in St. Paul's parish room this afternoon. ...

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  11. DIED IN GAOL.

    John Vinburg, a Swede, 50 years of age, who was serving a sentence of three years for housebreaking at Richmond, died in Parramatta Gaol on Wednesday night from heart disease. ...

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  12. DEATHS AT SEA.

    Two deaths occurred on the voyage of the island steamer Navua on a cruise through the Pacific. An old Crimeau veteran, named Bush, returning to Samoa from a trip to New ...

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  13. SINGLETON.

    Mr. W. J. Johnson, who contested the Robertson seat as a Labor-Socialist against Mr. H. Willis at the Federal elections in December, is reported to be a likely opponent of Mr. James ...

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  14. STATE GOVERNOR AT COBAR.

    COBAR, Thursday.--The Governor visited the schools yesterday morning, and held a levee. He also opened the show during the afternoon, an intended visit to the mines being abandoned ...

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  15. A RACECOURSE ACCIDENT.

    GUNNEDAH, Thursday.--John Owens, who met with an accident on the racecourse yesterday morning, died in the hospital last night. ...

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  16. SHERBROOKE.

    Mr. H. E. Pratten, one of the Liberal and Reform candidates for Sherbrooke, addressed a meeting of electors in St. Andrew's-hall, Seven- hills, on Tuesday evening. Mr. Geo. Best was in ...

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  17. MINER KILLED.

    BROKEN-HILL, Thursday.--Yesterday an accident happened to a miner, Philip Patrick Tracey, employed on Block 11 of the Proprietary mine, which resulted fatally. Early in the ...

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  18. GOULBURN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE.

    GOULBURN, Wednesday.--The appeal made a fortnight ago by Bishop Barlow for the sum of £3000 for a theological college building for the diocese has thus far met with a good response. ...

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  19. THE WAVERLEY ELECTORATE.

    Sir,--The vital question at issue in connection with the Waverley branch of the Liberal and Reform Association is not, as stated in Mr. H. T. Douglass' letter per your issue of to-day. So far as the central league ...

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  20. YASS.

    YASS.--Thursday.--General satisfaction is expressed at the probability of there being a straight-out fight at the forthcoming State elections in this electorate. A strong branch of the ...

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  21. BULLET WOUNDS.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Alexander Cameron, a retired tobacco merchant, who lived at Black Flat, was discovered yesterday with wounds from a revolver shot in the chest and one of his ...

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  22. UNLOCK THE LANDS.

    GRAFTON, Thursday.--Sneaking in reply to the toast of his health last night, Mr. John M'Farlane, M.L.A., said he could remember the time when the whole of the land on the ...

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  23. CAUGHT IN MACHINERY.

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.--A shocking fatality occurred this afternoon at Messrs. G. Adams and Sons timberyard. A boy, George Butterworth, 15 years of age, visited his father, who ...

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  24. DENILIQUIN.

    DENILIQUIN, Thursday.--Candidates announccd for Deniliquin are:--Messrs. James Wallace, land agent, Deniliquin; John Lewis, merchant, Moama; George Chandler, Sydney; ...

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  25. PREMIER AT KOGARAH.

    Sir,--The Premier pointed out that he "would have a surplus of about £1,350,000 for the present year, ending June 30." This, with the two previous years' surplus, given a total of £2,433,000. which has been created by ...

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  26. FRACTURED SKULL.

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.--George Stewart, working at the Purdue mine, at Gladstone, sustained fracture of the skull through a piece of timber falling on his head, and died at ...

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  27. NAMOI.

    NARRABRI, Thursday.--Mr. John J. Bell, of Walgett, one of the candidates for selection through the local Labor League, addressed the electors in the Town-hall last night, and was ...

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  28. LABOR LEGISLATION IN VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--A deputation from the May Day committee waited on the Acting- Premier (Mr. Davies) to-day, to present to him the resolutions adopted at the May Day ...

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  29. OUR FLAGS.

    Sir,--It may not be inopportune on this, our "Empire Day," to endeavor to describe and give a short history of some of the flags that are flying in our streets and on our harbor. ...

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  30. ORANGE.

    ORANGE, Thursday.--Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, the selected Liberal and Reform candidate for Orange, delivered his opening address at Lucknow last night to a good attendance. He spoke ...

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  31. LABOR SELECTIONS.

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  32. VICTORIA.

    It is officially announced that the suspicious illness of the man who was yesterday taken to the quarantine station is not a case of plague. ...

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  33. MR. DEAKIN'S RETURN.

    At a meeting of the Australian Natives Association board of directors, it was decided that the association should give a demonstration in honor of Mr. Deakin immediately upon the ...

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  34. TIMBER TRADE TROUBLE.

    PERTH, Thursday.--The Timber Conference at Jarrahdale yesterday was conducted with such secrecy that little is known as to what transpired. After the conference a statement was ...

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  35. CHINESE GAMBLING DENS.

    The applications by the police to quarantine a number of alleged gambling dens in the vicinity of Little Bourke-street, were before Mr. Justice Hodges to-day. In several cases the ...

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  36. NEWCASTLE.

    The following vessels cleared outwards at the Custom-house yesterday:--Tarcoola, str., for Port Pirie via. Port Augusta, with 4580 tons of coal; Wimmera, str., for Wellington via Sydney, ...

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  37. LOST AT THE ISLANDS.

    The island steamer Navua brought news from Samoa yesterday of the loss of the schooner Tutulla. The vessel was abandoned in a sinking condition. The Tutuila, which was engaged ...

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  38. THE SPORTING LEAGUE.

    Sir,--In yesterday's issue, Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan, M.L.A., writes as follows:--Mr. G. D. Clark .... having had three days to discover a remark in our programme, or in the speeches of its advocates, that would ...

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  39. BUTTER FREIGHTS.

    When it was announced that the butter freight committee had given notice of the cancellation of the existing contract, the Minister for Agriculture expressed the opinion that a combination ...

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  40. FIJI.

    SUVA, May 15.--The dinghy belonging to the cutter Gin Deuba, which was lost with all hands, namely 27 kanaka passengers (Queensland deported kanakas) and five of a crew, has been ...

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  41. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    By the Orient another batch of 30 immigrants assisted by the State arrived at Fremantle. The majority have come with the intention of going on the land. ...

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  42. LABOR'S ELECTION POLICY.

    Sir,--I would like to make a few comments on Mr. M'Gowen's speech. I do not wish to do so in a caption spirit, as the Labor Party includes a great many sincere and hardworking elections. In many cases the policy of ...

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  43. LATE SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 156 words
  44. HARTLEY.

    Mr. John Hurley is to be opposed for Hartley by a Labor candidate, and there are no less than eight aspirants for the selection, which will be made next month. In a straight-out fight ...

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  45. A WRECK LOCATED.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.--About five years ago the coastal mail steamer Thomaz Andrea, laden with nearly 200 tons of copper ore, suddenly foundered at night, six miles off the mouth ...

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  46. NEW ZEALAND.

    Claude Paget was found guilty to-day of the murder of Pearl Axup on February 12. The jury strongly recommended him to mercy on the ground that at the time the deed was ...

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  47. COOTAMUNDRA.

    The Grenfell Women's Liberal League met at the Council-chambers on May 17, when a further election of officers took place as follows:--Vice- president, Mrs. Deards; treasurer. Mrs. Harold ...

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  48. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 73 words
  49. Advertising

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  50. THE MURRUMBIDGEE.

    The selection of a Liberal candidate for The Murrumbidgee, which Mr. P. M'Garry won for the Labor cause on a much split vote three years ago, is to take place on June 10. Mr. T. ...

    Article : 157 words
  51. Advertising

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