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  2. OUR FAR NORTH COAST.

    MURWILLUMBAH, Friday. -- The arrival of the North Coast Company's steamer Orara, at Byron Bay, last night -- as briefly reported -- proved to be of much greater district ...

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  3. LINKING UP THE STATE.

    A quarter of a century of rebuffs and neglect of the Broken-hill community (as that community has interpreted the facts) by the governing portion of the State of which it is a political ...

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  4. IF LABOR RULED.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Mr. A. J. Balfour, leader of the Opposition, delivered an important address yesterday at a meeting of the City of London Conservative ...

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  5. THE COMING SESSION.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Mr. Winston Churchill (Under-Secretary for the Colonies) was the principal speaker at a meeting at Manchester yesterday. He dealt at length with ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    The Governor-General and Lady Northcote will leave Lilianfels, Katoomba, this afternoon on conclusion of their visit to the Chief Justice and Lady Darley and will return to Melbourne ...

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  7. TO-DAY'S PAPER.

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  8. A DUAL PERSONALITY.

    To Mr. Bent belongs the distinction of possessing a dual personality. When he is on his feet be is a merry soul with a boisterous humor, and an aptitude for quoting comic songs; when ...

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  9. SIMPLE BIBLE TEACHING.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman, the Prime Minister, to-day assured a deputation from the Churchmen's Union, headed by Dr. Percival, Bishop of Hereford, ...

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  10. THE SOCIALISTS AT HULL.

    LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. -- The members of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants claim that their 70,000 votes were wrongly cast at the Hull Labor ...

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  11. THE UNITED IRISH.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Owing to the re-union of the two sections of the Irish Nationalist party, under the leadership of Mr. John E. Redmond, M.P., Messrs. D. Sheehan, M.P. ...

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  12. THE FRANCHISE IN PRUSSIA.

    LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. -- Prince Bulow, the Imperial Chancellor, speaking in the Re[?]chstag, declined to discuss the question of the franchise in Prussia, declaring ...

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  13. HAYTIAN REBELS.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Reuter's New York correspondent reports that Mr. Mist, the United States Consul at St. Marc, has been dismissed for alleged complicity in a ...

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  14. EIGHT FOR 427.

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  15. A LABOR SPLIT.

    LONDON, Friday -- Preliminary steps have been taken to form a non-Socialist Labor Party in Britain. ...

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  16. AUSTRALIAN COMMENT.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. -- Senator Gregor M'Gregor, the leader of the Labor Party in the Senate, says of the resolution adopted at the British Labor Confercnce in favor of the ...

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  17. THE STRANDED STEAMER

    The Norwegian steamer Th[?]de Fageland, which crashed on the rocks to the north of Cro[?]a Beach on Wednesday night, remains in the same position. She is firmly fixed on the rocks, and it ...

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  18. POTSDAM ORGIES.

    LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. -- The court-martial at Berlin of Count Hohenau and Count Lynar, upon charges of scandalous conduct known as the Potsdam orgies, ...

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  19. THE DRUCE CASE.

    LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. -- It is feared that the mind of Miss Mary Robinson, who is charged with perjury in connection with the Druce case, is unhinged by ...

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  20. DAYDAWN MURDER.

    PERTH (W.A.), Friday. -- The inquest on the victim of the Daydawn murder, terminated to-day, the jury finding that Clinton was wilfully murdered by Smith shooting him while lying on ...

    Article : 49 words
  21. THE CZAR AND THE DOUMA.

    LONDON, Friday. -- The Russian Government now threaten to dissolve the recently-elected Douma -- in which the loyalists who directly support the autocracy of the Czar, ...

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  22. STATE LABOR PARTY'S VIEWS.

    The opinions of some of the most prominent members of the State Labor Party on the subject are interesting. Mr. J. S. T. M'Gowen, leader of the Labor ...

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  23. SIR FREDERICK BEDFORD.

    PERTH (W.A.), Friday. -- A rumor was circulated this morning that Sir Frederick Bedford had resigned his commission as Governor of West Australia. ...

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  24. ASIATICS IN THE TRANSVAAL.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Speaking in Pretoria on Wednesday, Mr. Johannes Rissik (Minister for Lands and Native Affairs) declared that the Asiatic question was a matter of ...

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  25. PLAGUE IN BRISBANE.

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  26. AMERICAN TRADE.

    LONDON, Friday. -- The Convention of United States Boards of Trade now sitting at Washington, has urged that expedition be used in the revision of the tariff, ...

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  27. PELAW MAIN MINERS' LODGE.

    KURRI KURRI, Friday. -- A meeting of the Pelaw-Main miners' lodge was held to-day, when Mr. Amram Lewis, the federation treasurer, was elected to conduct the miners' case ...

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  28. BRITISH RUGBY TEAM.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday. -- The British football team to tour New Zealand leaves London on April 30. ...

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  29. QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS.

    BRISBANE, Friday. -- The Minister for Agriculture, who has just returned from a tour of the Downs district, has received a telegram from the Premier stating that during his tour in ...

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  30. BAG OF WHEAT WEIGHING 610LB.

    ADELAIDE, Friday. -- In view of the dissatisfaction concerning the large size of some of the wheatsacks at present used, it is interesting to note that this afternoon there was ...

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  31. BRITAIN AND GERMANY.

    In connection with the annual German fete, held last Saturday, the following messages have passed between the State Governor and the German Consul-General: -- ...

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  32. CHEAP MONEY.

    LONDON, Friday. -- Owing to a plethora of money in the Wall-street (New York) Exchange, Call rates broke yesterday to 1¾ per cent. ...

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  33. IS HARRY THAW SANE?

    LONDON, Friday. -- Dr. Wagner, a well-known American lunacy expert, was the principal witness at the Thaw murder trial yesterday in New York. ...

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  34. THE POSTAL REVENUE.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. -- Mr. Scott, secretary to the Central Postal Bureau, estimates that if the rate of increase in postal revenue for the first six months of this fiscal year be ...

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  35. VICTORIAN POST-OFICE BURNT.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. -- The Casterton post-office was almost completely destroyed by fire this morning. The flames had gained a firm hold before the alarm was given, and although the ...

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  36. THE NEWCASTLE FIRE.

    NEWCASTLE, Friday. -- A small outbreak of fire occurred at the Shortland Hotel, adjoining the ruins of Messrs. David Cohen's warehouse, this morning. It appears that the services of ...

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  37. SUNK IN COLLISION.

    LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. -- During a thick fog the Great Eastern Railway Company's steamer Amsterdam came into collision off the Hook of Holland with the ...

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  38. THE BALLARAT TRAGEDY.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. -- There were no further startling developments to-day in connection with the Ballarat North mystery. There seems to be no doubt that the woman was the ...

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  39. "SIXPENNY" MILK.

    Milk delivered to-morrow morning to householders will be at the rate of 6d per quart. The announcement that such would be the case was made in "The Daily Telegraph" earlier in the ...

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  40. VICTIM OF INSOMNIA.

    LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. -- Mrs. Kitchener, widow of the late Mr. Arthur Kitchener, and sister-in-law of Lord Kitchener, while suffering from insomnia, ...

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  41. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A sharp earthquake occurred to-day at Brancaleone and Forruzzano, Italy. Six thousand members of the shipbuilding trades in the north and east of England are ...

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  42. SERIOUS MINING TROUBLE.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday. -- Serious trouble threatens again at the Denniston mines, in connection with the hours of labor under the bank to bank system. The men are threatening ...

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  43. THE POWLETT RIVER COAL FIND.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. -- A further report concerning the black coal seams discovered at Powlett River states that if the quality is up to the mark, it is the best discovery made in the ...

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