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  2. IRISH PEACE.

    The Deputy-Lord Mayor of Cork (Ald. Barry Egan), in the course of an interview with a representative of the Australian, Press Association, expressed the opinion that Irish peace ...

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  3. CRICKET

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  4. FITZROY DISASTER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 177 words
  5. STRIKE OVER

    The coal miners and owners have arrived at an agreement respecting the wages question, enabling a resumption of work on Monday but they will ...

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  6. MUNICIPAL ROLLS.

    There has been a corrupt and deliberate attempt right throughout the city to "stuff" the municipal rolls. ...

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  7. THE LATEST CABLES

    The "Manchester Guardian" states that there are many who criticism the cricket selection committee, but none envy the body. Looking back upon seven consecutive crushing ...

    Article : 197 words
  8. JAPAN ALARMED.

    The Australian Press Association learns, on high authority, that the Foreign Office cabled a fortnight ago to Japan, asking that the date of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance decision be ...

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  9. FIGHT FOR LIFE.

    FORSTER, Tuesday.--The inquest on the bodies of George Carlson and R. Daley, both of the ill-fated G.S. Fitzroy, was held at the Bellevue Hotel, Tuncurry. by the Coroner (Mr. ...

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  10. "NO TRACE."

    H.M.A.S. Marguerite, which was despatched from Sydney to search for survivors from tho steamer Fitzroy, reached the scene of the disaster yesterday, and throughout the day was ...

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  11. PROHIBITION ANARCHY.

    A Washington message states that Mr. A. D. Van Buren has resigned as chief counsel of the Federal Prohibition Commission. In an interview, he said:--"The country is drifting ...

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  12. WAY TO PEACE.

    Lord Bryce, at the inaugural lecture of the Watson Chair of American History, delivered at the Mansion House, said that the English-speaking people were growing most rapidly in ...

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  13. NO MORE SURVIVORS.

    WEST MAITLAND, Tuesday.--Messages were received to-night by Superintendent Childs from Forster and Taree regarding the shipping disasters. ...

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  14. RESUMPTION FORTHWITH.

    The coal miners will resume forthwith. The Prime Minister will ask the House of Commons to grant a subsidy of £10,000,000. ...

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  15. TRAIN FALLS IN RIVER.

    A terrible train accident occurred to the Moradabad-Delhi train. It was crossing a bridge, which collapsed and precipitated the train into the river. flooded with heavy ...

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  16. CONFERENCE DELAY.

    Mr. Hughes and Mr. Massey are already fretting over conference delays, and they voiced their disappointment at the lack of progress at tho resumption on Monday. Time is limited ...

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  17. GIVING UP HOPE.

    Yesterday was a supremely anxious day for tile relatives of the missing passengers and crew of the Fitzroy. No tidings of a hopeful nature, however, concerning the 28 missing ...

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  18. PORT MACQUARIE SYMPATHY.

    FORT MACQUARIE, Tuesday.--Great sympathy is expressed here over the loss of Mr Watt steward or the Fitzroy, and Captain Forbes of Our Jack. Both men traded here for many ...

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  19. FARES TO ENGLAND.

    The Orient Company's intermediate service will be inaugurated with the Omar and Orcades. The saloon fares will be from £20 to £40 below those of the mail steamers. The ...

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  20. DISARMAMENT.

    A Tokio message says that the National Chamber of Commerce has adopted a resolution urging Japan to conclude a disarmament agreement with neighboring Powers. Viscount ...

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  21. SEAMEN'S SYMPATHY.

    NEWCASTLE. Tuesday.--The seamen on the vessels in port to-day stood for a few moments in silence as a token of sympathy for the relatives of those lost in the disasters. ...

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  22. THE GAP TRAGEDY.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--At the City Court to-day Charles Ernest M'Alister Smith (23), a musician, was charged with having forged and uttered a telegram. ...

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  23. MT. LYELL COMPANY.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--The claims by the Australian Workers' Union and other unions against the Mount Lyell Co. and others were again before Mr. Justice Powers in the ...

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  24. OUR JACK'S HULL.

    WEST MAITLAND, Tuesday.--A telephone message to-night from the sergeant of police at Taree states that a part of the hull of the foundered steamer Our Jack has been washed up ...

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  25. THIRD TEST.

    The newspapers comment on the drastic nature of the changes in the team, and state that it was not surprising that Hendren was dropped, as he fared so badly against the ...

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  26. FEDERAL SHIPS.

    Mr. Hughes has up to the present not acknowledged receipt of Mr. H. B. Larkin's (manager of the Commonwealth Shipping Line) letter of resignation. Both attend daily at ...

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  27. LATE CAPTAIN FORBES.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.--A well-known Newcastle shipping man to-day, in expressing regret at the death of Captain Forbes," of the steamer Our Jack, paid a tribute to his ...

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  28. NORTH COASTERS SHELTER.

    The rough weather on the coast, compelled the North Coasters Gunbar and Coolebar to sock shelter. The Gunbar left the Clarence River on Saturday, and should have reached ...

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  29. THE RONA'S PLIGHT.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday.--A start was made to-day in lightering the Bonn's coal, preparatory to towing her off on a favorable tide. The weather is fine, and the sea has ...

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  30. GENERAL CABLES.

    The final selection for the Indian Davis Cup tennis is follows: Jacobs and Dean, doubles; Jacobs and Steen, singles; H. H. Fyzee. first reserve singles. ...

    Article : 260 words
  31. AFRICAN NATIVES.

    In the course of a debate in the Senate on a motion for inquiry into native Churches in the Union, and how far they are associated with political propaganda, the Acting-Premier ...

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  32. ENGLISH PLAYERS' FORM.

    Playing against Lancashire, Hendren made 107 not out. and Hobbs, playing against Yorkshire, made 144 not out. White, of Somerset, heads the county ...

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  33. FIGHT FORTUNES.

    Tex Rickard, promoter of the Dempsey-Carpentier fight, has announced that he will revert to his original contract, and pay Dempsey and Carpentier purses, instead of a ...

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  34. THE INSURANCES.

    The insurances on the ill-fated steamers Fitzroy and Our Jack were effected in Sydney offices, and amounted to £29,500. Of this the Fitzroy was only partly covered ...

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  35. THE CANASTOTA.

    There was no news of the overdue steamer Canastota yesterday. The R.M.S. Makura kept a lookout on the run from Auckland, but saw nothing of the missing steamer. ...

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  36. CHAMPIONS ALL.

    The Australian cricketers were entertained at lunch to-day by the Duke and Duchess of Portland, at Welbeck Abbey. At lunch there were exhibited two Ascot gold cups and three ...

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  37. COPPER PRODUCTION COSTS.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.-In his report to the Federal Arbitration Court on the cents of production at Mount Lyell, Mr. Frank Hambridge, who was commissioned to conduct an ...

    Article : 84 words
  38. ITALIAN POLITICS

    A message from Rome states that the Chamber of Deputies has carried a motion of confidence in Signor Giolitti's foreign policy by 234 votes to 200. He obtained a large majority in ...

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  39. BURIAL OF VICTIMS.

    FORSTER, Tuesday.--George Karison, one of the victims of the Fitzroy disaster, was buried in the Tuncurry Cemetery to-day. The body of Arthur Daly is being taken to Sydney by his ...

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  40. MR. SMITH AND TACT.

    Referring to a paragraph published In a Sydney newspaper of May 13. which "Sporting Life" has republished. Lord Harris writes to [?] ...

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  41. DEATH OF HUMORIST.

    Mr. Joel has valued Humorist at £100,000. Other estimates give the value at £40,000. Charles Morton, the trainer, says that the horse bled to death. His boy had a mild ...

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  42. SOME OF THE MISSING.

    WEST MAITLAND, Tuesday.--Master Lindsay. whose name appears in the list of missing is identical with William Gordon Lindsay, of West Maitland, second son of Mr. W. T. ...

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  43. A STATE LOTTERY.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--It has been decided by the State Government to promote a ten shillings lottery or art-union. Tickets will be on sale about the middle of next month. ...

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  44. GREECE AND TURKEY.

    It is announced from Athens that the Greek Government's reply to the Allied Note declines mediation, contending that Greece is warring against Turkey's attempt to escape ...

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  45. SEARCH BY THE KAIWAKRA.

    WELLINGTON, Tuesday.--The Union S.S. Co.'s steamer Kalwarra has arrived from Kembla. She made a search for the Canastota, but saw nothing. ...

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  46. SEEKING DARKNESS.

    Ald. Burke's reasons for moving that the press be excluded from council committee meetings, given to the City Council last night, were: "Garbled reports appeared in the papers; ...

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  47. ORIENT COMPANY.

    A cable from London recently announced that the Orient Company would shortly commence an Intermediate service to Australia, via Suez, carrying saloon and third-class passengers. ...

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  48. KIRKWOOD GOES TO FRANCE.

    Kirkwood and East are to sail for Boulogne to-morrow, in order to practise at Le Touquet prior to the French championship on Wednesday. Kirkwood is very fit. and declares that he ...

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  49. 6 O'CLOCK CLOSING.

    The secretary of the U.L.V.A. (Mr. J. D. Durham) stated yesterday with regard to the articles appearing in "The Daily Telegraph" last week that the council of his association ...

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  50. THREE DAYS' MATCH.

    It is officially announced that the Australians have agreed that the match against Yorkshire at Sheffield will be for three days, stumps being drawn at 4 o'clock on the third day. ...

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  51. TRADE WITH GERMANY.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--The Commonwealth Government Shipping has decided to extend its oversea service so as to cater for the Australian trade to Germany. Accordingly ...

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  52. INTERNATIONAL TENNIS.

    In the tennis championship events at Wimbledon Alonzo beat Kingscote 6-1, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2; Hunter (America) beat Campbell, 6-2, 7-5, 3-6, 6-4. Alonzo, Shimidzu. and Hunter are in the ...

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  53. RYDER ROBBED.

    Ryder's suit case, containing his belongings, was stolen from his room in the hotel at which the cricketers were staying, while he was dining on Saturday night. All he has is what he ...

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