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  9. THE EMPIRE.

    A notable speech, in view of the revelations that have liven made regarding the naval situation, and the aspirations of Germany to be supreme on the sen. ...

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  10. THE "BLACK HAND."

    A sensational discovery has been made by the American police regarding the operations of the notorious "Black Hand" secret society, which has been ...

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  11. BLASPHEMY.

    The man Harry Boulter, a tailor's cutter, who was convicted in February. 1908, of having used blasphemous language, was again before the court ...

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  12. BOWLERS TRIUMPH.

    The Australian cricketers to-day commenced the eleventh match of their tour, when they met, the Somerset Comity eleven at Bath. ...

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  13. AN APPALLING EVIL.

    Nobody knows hows the "Black Hand" origl[?]ted (said a writer in the "Daily Mail'' recently). It was supposed for some years that it was not an ...

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  14. MENACE IN INDIA

    An address of interest was delivered at the Colonial insiltute hist night by Lord Curzon. ex-Viceroy of India, on the critical situation in India due to the ...

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  15. WIRELESS TELEPHONY.

    A most interesting trial of wireless telephony has been conducted at Toulon, the French naval base on the Mediterranean. ...

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  16. THE RECORD.

    The following are the results of the matches already played: -- Notts, 239 and 144; Australians, 359. Australians won by an innings and six ...

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  17. PRESS CONFERENCE.

    The imperial Press Conference was continued at the Foreign Office to-day, the sitting being given up to a discussion on "Literature and Journalism." ...

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  18. AN EXPERT'S VIEW

    That a message sho[?] be sent 100 miles by wireless telephony is not an achievement that causes any surprise in the mind of the Chief Commonwealth ...

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  19. VICTORIAN PRODUCTS.

    The Premier received from the Agent-General to-day a cablegram, dated yesterday, giving the latest prices ruling in London for products raised in ...

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  20. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Sporting. Friday budget. Full of interest. "Klekero" deals with football. ...

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  21. THE PROGRAMME.

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  23. CRETAN SITUATION

    There has been a new development in connection with the Cretan question, which recently bronchi about, some what strained relations between ...

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  26. PRICE OF SILVER.

    Bar silver to-day quoted at 2s 0 3-16d per standard ounce, a declipe of [?]d an ounce since yesterday. ...

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