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  2. NEW YEAR HONORS

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--A number of New Year honors were announced late this evening. They include the following in the oversea Dominions:-- ...

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  3. THREE LADS DROWNED.

    Yesterday morning the crowds of holiday-makers spending New Year's Day in the picturesque little township of Como were horrified by the news of a dreadful bathing fatality some ...

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  4. A LONE HAND.

    PARIS, Sunday Evening.--A sensational scene occurred in the Senate yesterday, on the production of telegrams showing that M. Jules Cambon, French Ambassador to Germany, ...

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  5. THE DAVIS CUP.

    CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.), Monday.--The Davis Cup contest opened to-day in dull and somewhat threatening weather. About half-way through the second match, however, the clouds ...

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  6. ALL ARRANGED.

    PEKIN, Monday.--The Shanghai Conference has decided that a National Convention shall be summoned by telegraph, and shall include three delegates from each ...

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  7. TO-DAY'S PAPER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 302 words
  8. HOBART FIRE.

    The fire in Hobart in which Constable Christ[?] distinguished himself occurred on July 5 at Messrs. Fitzgerald's softgoods warehouse. The intense heat and the violence of the wind made ...

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  9. WORK FOR LONDON !

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--Ten thousand Thames dockyard workers held a demonstration in Trafalgar-square to-day and passed resolutions demanding a fair apportionment of the ...

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  10. HOME RECIPIENTS.

    Sir Al[?] Thomas, [?] in 1902, and now raised to the peerage, was Liberal member for Glamorganshire East from 1885 till the general election of December, 1910, when he no longer ...

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  11. PASSING IT ON.

    PEKIN, Sunday Evening.--Dr. Sun Yat Sen has offered the Presidency of the Republic to Yuan Shih Kai, the present Premier of China. ...

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  12. AT IT AGAIN.

    PEKIN, Sunday Evening.--The period of the armistice agreed upon having expired the Republican troops have opened [?]re from Wuchang upon Hankow. ...

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  13. SIR S. NEUMANN.

    Sir Sigismund Neumann is head of S. Neumann and Co., merchants, s[?]isbury-house, London, aud is also a partner of Neumann, Lubeck, and Co., bankers. He is a member of the boards of ...

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  14. SIR CHARLES MACKELLAR.

    Sir Charles Kino[?] Mackellar is a prominent citizen of Sydney, distinguished in the medical profession, and as a member of the Legislative Council of New South Wales, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. SIR LIONEL PHILLIPS.

    Sir Lionel Philips is a well-known South African magnate, and partner of the London firm of Wernher, Beit, aud Co. He was one of the 50 or 60 members of Reform Committee ...

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  16. CRIME ON THE CONTINENT.

    PARIS, Sunday Evening.--Four arrests have been made by the Paris police in connection with the attack made recently upon a bank at Montmartre. In North Paris, when four armed ...

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  17. SOME CONSOLATION.

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--The Shanghai correspondent of the New York "Herald" states that Teng Shao YI, the principal representative of the Government at the ...

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  18. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 93 words
  19. SIR JOSEPH BEECHAM.

    Sir Joseph Beecham is a director of A. and F. Pears, the Lancashire United Tramways, and the London Theatre of Varieties. A few weeks ago he bought the Aldwych Theatre, in ...

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  20. JEWELS RECOVERED.

    PARIS, Sunday Evening.--The Monte Carlo police have succeeded in recovering the jewels, valued at £20,000, stolen by burglars from the f[?]t of Madame Lionas, an actress. ...

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  21. SIR RIDER HAGGARD.

    Sir Rider Haggard is, of course, famous as an author, whose "King Solomon's Mines," "She," "Allan Quatermain," and a score of other romances, have had their millions of readers. ...

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  22. MAWSON'S NEW YEAR.

    A New Year's greeting was exchanged with members of the Mawson expedition by the Australasian Wireless Company's station at the ...

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  23. THE PRESIDENT.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--The Young China League of Melbourne has received from the Republican Governor at Canton a message to the effect that delegates from 16 of the 17 ...

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  24. SOUTH AFRICAN SETTLEMENT.

    CAPETOWN, Sunday Evening.--Lieutenant-Colonel G. Leuchars, C.M.G., Minister for Native Affairs and Public Works, speaking at Maritzburg, said tho Government would ...

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  25. AT HOME.

    LONDON, Monday.--In addition to the honors bestowed upon recipients in the Dominions, the list includes three peerages, ten baro[?], 34 knighthoods. Among these ...

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  26. SIR HENRY JONES.

    Sir Henry Jones is a prominent Welshman, who has occupied the Chair of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow since 1894. He took his M.A. degree at that University in ...

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  27. LONDON'S NEW YEAR.

    LONDON, Monday.--A noisy demonstration by a large crowd of Scotsmen and others outside St. Paul's Cathedral welcomed the New Year. Gala banquets and revelry did the same duty ...

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  28. THE SURVIVOR'S STORY.

    Seen by a "Daily Telegraph" reporter last night at his home in Robert-street, Marrickville. Albert Davis, the solitary survivor of the ill-fated excursion, gave the following account ...

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  29. THE BERLIN POISONING HORROR.

    BERLIN, Sunday Evening.--Altogether 141 persons were victims of the recent mysterious poisoning at two of the municipal shelters, and there have been 70 deaths. ...

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  30. SIR F. WEDMORE.

    Sir Frederick Wedmore is the well-known writer and lecturer on art subjects, who has been chief art critic of the "Standard" for some years, He is an Hon. Fellow of the Royal ...

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  31. FOR FRANCE AND LIBERTY.

    PARIS, Monday.--The friends of Captain Lux, the French officer who escaped from a German fortress, were waiting outside the fortress in a motor-car, which dashed through the ...

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  32. GENERAL NOGHI.

    General Noghi is well remembered for [?] brilliant services to his country in the wars against China and Russia. He commanded the Third Army in the Russo-Japanese War, and ...

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  33. MR. BERTRAM MACKENNAL.

    Mr. Bertram Mackennal, the famous Australian sculptor, who has received the Victorian Order was born in Melbourne in 1863, obtained his art training in Paris, and has since resided ...

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  34. MR. W. F. J. FITZPATRICK.

    Mr. W. F. J. Fitzpatrick, C.M.G., a Commissioner of the Victorian railways since 1903, entered the railway service of that State as a clerk in his 14th year, in January, 1868. He ...

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  35. SULKS OR SICKNESS?

    BERLIN, Monday.--The absence of the Crown Prince from the Kalser's New Year's reception, despite the birth of a son on December 19, is arousing rumors that the heir to the throne is ...

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  36. THE IRISH FLOODS.

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--The floods in the Shannon Valley continue. The river has overflowed and flooded several counties, with serious results to farm stock. ...

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  37. BRITISH REVENUE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 32 words
  38. COLONEL ROBIN.

    Colonel Robin, C.M.G., of the New Zealand military forces, first donned the King's uniform as a gunner in the B Battery of the New Zealand Artillery, in Dunedin. ...

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  39. TAX ON GAMBLING.

    PARIS, Monday.--The Chamber of Deputies has adopted a proposal to tax the winnings at casinos in aid of public works. The receipts at the Enghien Casino during ...

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  40. BRITISH POOR LAW.

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--In accordance with the report of the Royal Commission, the Boards of Guardians under the Poor Law are to be empowered to modify the labor tests and ...

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  41. HEATH V. LARNED.

    The next match, Larned v. Heath, while it held a pleasant surprise for Australia and New Zealand, was a distinct disappointment so far as an exhibition of tennis is concerned. ...

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  42. OVERSEA DISTINCTIONS.

    Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael, who succeeded Sir Reginal Tal[?] as Governor of Victoria, and in now Governor of Madras, hails from Edinburgh, and is 52 years of ...

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  43. COLLISION AT WAVERLEY.

    A collision occurred yesterday afternoon at about 3.45 o'clock, in Leichhardt-street, Waverley, between a motor-car, tram, and sulky. The tram was proceeding from Bronte to the ...

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  44. THE WOMEN'S VOTE.

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, is to address a mass meeting at the Albert-hall on February 23, in support of women's suffrage. ...

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  45. ALMOST ALL TO CHARITY.

    LONDON, Monday.--Mr. John Roderick, a Birmingham auctioneer, left personalty of £260,937, all of which he bequeathed to Birmingham hospitals, except small bequests to his ...

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  46. AMATEUR DETECTIVES.

    LONDON, Monday.--Mr. Ford M'Carthy, who was arrested in England on a charge of abduction in New York, but afterwards released, is a director of the United States Rubber ...

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  47. MR. HEAN.

    Mr. Alexander Hean, C.M.G., Minister for Lands in the Lewis Government, Tasmanian, is a pastorailst, and has thus been able to bring expert knowledge to bear in the administration ...

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  48. WAR OFFICE TESTS.

    LONDON, Sunday Evening.--The aerial torpedo invented by Mr. Arthur Wigan, of Australia, is being tested by the War Office, which is considering the question of its adoption for ...

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  49. SIR EDWARD ALBERT STONE.

    Sir Edward Albert Stone, K.C.M.G., is Lieutenant Governor of West Australia, and was Chief Justice of that State for five years until 1906. Being called to the Bar in West ...

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  50. WELSH LABOR DISPUTES.

    LONDON, Monday.--The Newport strike, which affected 4000 dockers, has been temporarily settled. The dockers hope the dock companies will arrange to load Messrs. Houlders' ...

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  51. AND NO ONE KNEW.

    LONDON, Monday.--Three small daughters of a private of the Argyll Highlanders, together with a boy friend, were looked in a bedroom in the married quarters of the barracks at ...

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  52. THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA.

    VIENNA, Sunday Evening.--The aged Emperor Francis Joseph, who has been suffering from a severe cold, has now recovered. ...

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  53. MR. DIDDAMS.

    Mr. J. H. Diddams, C.M.G.. the Mayor of Brisbane, is a New Zealander, who served his apprenticeship as a printer in tile offices of the Auckland "Star." He is the head of the ...

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  54. COMMONWEALTH OIL.

    LONDON, Monday.--The debenture-holders have appointed Messrs. Alexander Mackay and Arthur Whinney receivers for the Commonwealth Oil Corporation. ...

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  55. SIR C. H. GOODE.

    Sir Charles Henry Goode, the well-known Adelaide merchant and philanthropist, was born at Hinton, Herefordshire, in 1827. At the early age of 12 he made his acquaintance with the ...

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  56. JUDICIAL DISTINCTIONS.

    Sir James [?]ndergast, formerly Chief Justice of New Zealand, was horn in 1828 and, after graduating at the Middle Temple, was called to the Bar in New Zealand in 1862. From 1875 to ...

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  57. ALMOST WIPED OUT.

    ST. PETERSBURG, Sunday Evening.--It is now known here that the uprising of the Fidais at Tabriz narrowly resulted in the complete annihilation of the Russian force, ...

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  58. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. John Redmond, Leader of the [?] Nationalist Party, has suffered injuries in a carriage accident, which will incapacitate him for a fortnight. ...

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  59. THE IMPERIAL "BAG."

    CALCUTTA, Monday.--The King and Queen received the leading officials and citizens of Bengal in the great amphitheatre. A huge crowd, including 5000 veiled women in a ...

    Article : 89 words
  60. Advertising

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  61. ASSAULTED AND ROBBED.

    Whilst proceeding along Argyle-street from the Highland Gathering at about 11 o'clock last night, a Scotsman. Malcolm M'Quordale, aged 72, was set upon by three mon, who knocked ...

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  62. BRITISH CONSUL SAFE.

    TEHERAN, Sunday Evening.--Mr. Smart (the British Consul at Shiraz), who with his escort was recently attacked by Kashgar road guards when travelling from Bushire to ...

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  63. THE PREMIER OF CANADA.

    Mr. R. L. Borden, who has been appointed to the Privy Council, carried Canada at the recent elections, when the Government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier was so overwhelmingly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  64. FOR COURAGE.

    On August 21 of last year Port Adelaide was thrown into a state of consternation by the ...

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