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  2. STORMS IN AMERICA.

    MONTREAL, Saturday.--A hurricane is raging on the St. Lawrence River. The steamer Cecilia is reported to have sunk off Isle Perrott which is some miles below Montreal, 20 ...

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  3. GENERAL CABLES.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--The "Evening News" reports the elopement of a wealthy colonial with the daughter of a foreign Viscountess, from Falmouth. No names are ...

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  4. A BETTER UNDERSTANDING.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--The sittings of the Angle-German Committee have been brought to a close. Lord Courtney, who presided at the last ...

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  5. THE EVICTION.

    Sir William M'Millan returned on Saturday from the country, where in several centres he has addressed public meetings, which have carried resolutions protesting against the eviction ...

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  6. A PROFESSOR IN MALAYSIA.

    According to Professor Macmillan Brown, of New Zealand, the well-known ethnological authority, the theory that the Polynesians migrated eastward from Malaysia is wrong. On ...

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  7. MR. TREFLE AT YANCO.

    YANCO, Sunday.--The Minister for Agriculture, accompanied by Messrs. George Valder (Superintendent of Agriculture), Mr. J. Alien (Fruit Export),and L. A. B. Wade (officer in ...

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  8. LABOR TROUBLES IN JAVA.

    Mr. J. H. C. Stuart, manager of the Royal Dutch Packet Co., has just returned front a trip to the East. It was a business trip, but he took the opportunity of making Australia better ...

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  9. DOCTORS AND THE INSURANCE ACT.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--The report of the committee of the British Medical Association on the Government insurance proposals indicates an inclination to entertain the ...

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  10. GREAT GALE AT VIRGINIA.

    NORFOLK (Virginia), Saturday.--The schooner John Maxwell, during a violent gale, broke in two, and has become a total wreck. Six members of the crow clung throughout the ...

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  11. STRIPPED AND ROBBED.

    TEHERAN, Friday Evening.--Lieutenant Bullock, of the 27th Punjabi Regiment, was assaulted, stripped, and robbed near Doupuloun Persia. ...

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  12. SHIPPING TRADE EXTENSION.

    BERLIN, Friday Evening.--The Hamburg Amerika shipping line are extending their Eastern service from Chinese and Japanese ports to San Francisco and Vancouver. ...

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  13. THE TITANIC'S BANDSMEN.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--The compensation Court sitting at Liverpool, dealing with the claims made on behalf of those who went down in the Titanic, has decided that the ...

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  14. AMERICAN DYNAMITARDS.

    INDIANAPOLIS, Friday Evening.--Seven hundred letters which have been placed before the jury investigating the dynamite conspiracy dedicate that Mr. Ryan, president of the Union ...

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  15. NICARAGUA HURRICANE.

    SAN JUAN DELSUR (Nicaragua), Friday Evening.--A hurricane has destroyed Acapulco. Four-fifths of the town has been completely wrecked. ...

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  16. NEW ZEALANDER'S ESTATE.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--The late Dr. Grabham formerly Inspector-General of Asylums in New Zealand, left an estate worth £42,488. ...

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  17. FATAL LONDON FIRE.

    LONDON, Saturday.--The drapery establishment owned by Messrs. Barker, at South Kensington, was partially destroyed by fire early this morning. Thirty girls who resided on ...

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  18. SCHOONER OVERTURNS.

    VANCOUVER, Friday Evening.--The schooner Osprey, while attempting to enter Marshfield Oregon, during a gale, overturned, and all on board were lost. ...

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  19. ENGLISH MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    LONDON, Saturday.--The municipal elections were carried out in England and Wales, yesterday, an election inking place in every town or city which has its own governing council. ...

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  20. NEW CUBAN PRESIDENT.

    HAVANA, Saturday.--General Menocal has been elected President of Cuba. Order provailed during the election, largely on account of the belief that the United States' threat to ...

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  21. MOUNT LYELL DISASTER.

    WOLLONGONG, Sunday.--At a meeting held at Balgownie, arranged by the Australasian Socialist Party, the following motions by Messrs. H. L. Denford and J. Riley were ...

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  22. WIRELESS AGAIN.

    NORFOLK (Va.), Sunday.--The Norweglan steamer Noreugia collided with the ship Glenullin off Cape Hatteras, and was forced to anchor in the teeth of a 45-mile gale. A leak flooded ...

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  23. HINDU LABOR PROBLEMS.

    VANCOUVER, Friday Evening.--It is reported to be the intention of the British-India Steam Navigation Company to establish between Calcutta and Vancouver a service which is lickely ...

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  24. CANADIAN-PACIFIC RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

    MONTREAL, Saturday.--A train on the Canadian-Pacific railway, entering an open switch near Quebec, fell over an embankment. The engine-driver and firemen wore killed and ...

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  25. THE COMMONWEALTH.

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  26. AMERICAN HOTEL DESTROYED.

    ST. LOUIS, Saturday.--A disastrous fire broke out at the Berlin Hotel, during which an American financier was killed and three other guests sustained fractured skulls. Panic broke out ...

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  27. THE RELIFE FUND.

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  28. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--Major Norton, Trade Commissioner in London for South Australia, gave evidence to-day before the Empire Trade Commission. ...

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  29. THE WIRELESS DISPUTE.

    LONDON, Saturday.--It is announced that the Marconi Wireless Company and the Teletunken Company have corns to an agreement by which they will sink their respective differences ...

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  30. AMERICAN BLUEJACKETS KILLED.

    NORFOLK (Virginia), Saturday.--While tho battleship Vermont was at anchor in Hampden Roads, two of her bluejackets were killed and four severely scalded by the blowing out of one ...

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  31. SPRINGBOKS AGAIN SUCCESSFUL.

    LONDON, Saturday.--In their match against an East Midlands team, the Springboks won by 14 points to 5. ...

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  32. SIR JOHN M'CALL.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--A banquet was given this evening as a send-off to Sir John M'Call Agent-General for Tasmania, who is returning to Australia. Those present included ...

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  33. CONVICTS SHOT DEAD.

    RAWLINS (Wyoming), Friday Evening.--Three escaped convicts were shot dead in a fierce fight with a sheriff's posse, which had chased them for a fortnight. ...

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  34. BARRIER ASSISTANCK

    BROKEN-HILL, Sunday.--The A.M.A, Banc gave a successful concert in aid of the Mount Lyoll disaster fund to-night. A large number of unionists marched in a procession of sorrow. ...

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  35. FURTHER PROTESTS.

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  36. VICTORIA V. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.--The steady rain which fell throughout Saturday afternoon prevented the resumption of the inter-State match, West Australia v. Victoria, at the Melbourne ...

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  37. THE STATE ELECTIONS.

    JUNEE, Saturday.--Mr. Thomas Spring has submitted his name for selection by the Liberal Association to oppose Mr. Holman for Coot-amundra at the next election. ...

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  38. QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT'S DONATION.

    BRISBANE, Saturday.--The Government yesterday decided to vote £500 to the relict fund for the Mount Lyell sufferers. ...

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  39. A BANKRUPTCY MATTER.

    LONDON, Saturday Morning.--According to the "Daily News" and "Express" Francis Shakicton, brother of Sir Ernest Shackleton, has been arrested in East Africa on a matter ...

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  40. CADET BAND AT CALLAN PARK.

    The Redfern Cadet Band played cheery music at the Callan Parfk Mental Hospital on Saturday. The Balmain Cadets and a company of Boy Scouts joined them in their march at Rozelle. ...

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  41. QUEENSLAND.

    Collections yesterday in aid of five metropolitan hospitals totalled £1040 being an increase about £400 as compared with last year. A return-has been prepared showing that the ...

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  42. THE PRUSSIA OF THE BALKANS.

    Mr. J. H. C. Stuart, manager of the Dutch Packet Company, who spent some time in the Balkans five yours ago before the Turkish involution, formed a high opinion of Bulgarians ...

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  43. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    A meeting of the friends and supporters of Aid. C. S. Mallett will be held at the Town-hall, Camperdown to-night, at 8 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting is to form a committee ...

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  44. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.

    NEW YORK, Saturday.--In his final address to the electors before the opening of the ballot for the Presidential election, Governor Woodrow Wilson (Democratic nominee) said the next ...

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  45. V.R.C. WEIGHTS.

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  46. THE CHURCHES.

    TAMWORTH, Saturday.--At a special meeting of St. John's Anglican chair Mr. C. W. Fiynn was elected hon. Secretary, Miss A. Garland hon. treasurer, and Mrs. Brunsdon and Messrs. ...

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  47. AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS.

    SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday.--The Australian Rugby Union team to-day defeated the University of California in the return match by 23 points to 3. Several of the principal Californian ...

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  48. ROBBERY AT KIAMA.

    WOLLONGONG, Sunday.--Inspector Blackburn of the local police, received word from Kiama to-day that a big robbery had taken place at the Brighton Hotel, Kiama, last night, ...

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  49. STRIKE THREATENED.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.--A meeting was held at Beaconsfield on Saturday of 200 women, the wives, mothers, and daughters of the men employed at the Tasmania mine, when resolutions ...

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  50. AUSTRALIA'S AVIATION EXPERT.

    LONDON, Friday Evening.--Mr. Eric Harrison, an Australian, in the employ of the Bristol Aeroplane Company has been appointed aviation instructor to the Commonwealth ...

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  51. TILL ROBBED.

    URALLA, Saturday.--Mr. Carter's shop was entered last night. The till was broken and about £4 stolen. This is the second time within a few weeks that the same things has occurred. ...

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  52. AT WINDSOR.

    WINDSOR, Saturday.--Owing to the increase in the prices of household commodities and all foodstuffs the three principal hotels in the town have found it necessary to increase the tariff. ...

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  53. AN UNSUSTAINED ALLEGATION.

    SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday.--Tasker, a member of the Australian team, against whom an allegation of unsportsmanlike conduct during the match against the Californian University ...

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  54. NEGLECT ALLEGED.

    KURRI KURRI, Sunday.--There is more trouble at the hospital. At a meeting of the house committee, a complaint was made against a member of the honorary staff concerning the ...

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  55. LATE SHIPPING.

    NEWCASTLE (62),--Arr., Nov, 2:Pelaw Main, Archer, Newcastle, Dimboola Wakatipu, Rakanoa, Manapouri, Duroby, Our Elsie, Derwent, Queen Bee, Orara, strs., from Sydney; Cycle, Monaro, South Africa, Perth, Kanas. ...

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  56. DEATH OF DR. KEENAN.

    Rev. Dr. B. Keenan, a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, who also identified himself largely in the affairs of the Royal Zoological Society, died at his residence, ...

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  57. BARRIER MINE DISASTER.

    BROKEN-HILL, Sunday.--The body of James Fraser, the third victim of the Proprietary accident, was recovered at 4.45 this afternoon. The body was terribly crushed. ...

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  58. WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC.

    LONDON, Saturday.--In the House of Commons last night an amendment to the Criminal Law Amendment Bill, which, provides for the flogging of male procurers on conviction for their first ...

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  59. AT THE SAWMILLS.

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  60. Advertising

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