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  9. GERMANY.

    Germany's naval estimates for 1911 provide for an expenditure of £23,083,000, which constitutes a record. The only decrease is £35,000 in the ...

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  10. IMPERIAL POLITICS

    Owing to the virtual cancellation of a form under the Budget Irish publicans have been relieved of furnishing answers to 60 questions requiring the ...

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  11. CABLE RATES.

    In accordance with the announcement made recently when the proposal for reduced rates on deferred messages was put forward by the Pacific Cable ...

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  12. POLITICAL CRISIS.

    The political crisis which terminated in the resignation of the Premier, M. Briand, has caused much excitement. It has transpired that M. Briand ...

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  13. SOUTH AFRICA

    There was a brilliant scene at Government House to-night, when the recipients of Royal honors were invested. His Royal Highness the Duke of ...

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  14. WATCHING AUSTRIA.

    In order to follow the developments in commotion with Austria's new Dreadnought fleet, Germany, for the first time, has appointed a naval ...

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  15. PASSED AWAY.

    The deatir is announced or Mr Melton Prior, the veteran war artist and correspondent of the "Illustrated London News." ...

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  16. THE GROWN PRINCE.

    The Crown Prince, Prince Frederick William, is about to start on his tour of India aud the Far East. His Imperial Highness will be ...

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  17. HOTEL ASSESSMENTS

    The Burton Brewery Company has decided to withhold the rates it is called upon to pay, pending a decision in certain rating appeals in which ...

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  18. SCHOLAR'S CRIME.

    Herr Weindler, an eminent German scholar, has been arrested in connection with the sensational theft of books and pictures of enormous historical, ...

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  19. AUSTRALIA'S PREMIER.

    After attending the Medical Congress, which was opened by the Duke of Connaught this afternoon. Mr Andrew Fisher, Prime Minister of the ...

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  20. AERIAL FLEET

    Great Britain's first aerial fleet will be commissioned next year. It will consist of six airships, including two which are now being built, and ...

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  21. CHURCH IN WALES

    Interesting views are expressed by leading clergymen and others regarding the report of the Royal Commission which inquired into the position of the ...

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  22. FRIDAY'S MAILS.

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  23. REV. WILLIAM CUTHBERTSON.

    The death is announced of the Rev. William Cuthbertson, form[?]ry of Sydney. ...

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  24. CAUSE OF SCIENCE.

    The Drapers' Company has given Cambridge University the sum of £22,000 to establish a physiological laboratory. ...

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  25. INVALID INSURANCE.

    Mr Lloyd-George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, was one of the speakers at the annual meeting of the Manchester Unity Order of Oddfellows today. ...

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  26. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Sunday. Day of rest. Employee of the State. Should they get extra pay? ...

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  27. ENGLISH MACHINERY

    As a result of the Anglo-Japanese exhibition, held in London, £60,000 worth of Japanese goods have been sold. The Japanese Commissioner has ...

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  28. FOR DISSECTION.

    It is announced that the late Miss Florence Nightingale, the famous nurse, who died in August last, and was burled at West Willow, in Wiltshire, ...

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  29. SOLICITOR-GENERAL.

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  30. TROUBLED EARTH.

    A sharp shock of earthquake has been experienced in the Scilly Islands, off Land's End. The Inhabitants were much alarmed, ...

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  31. NEW AUSTRALIANS

    There has been a steady stream of emigrants to Queensland this year. During the ten months of the year ending on Monday last 6,003 persons ...

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  32. RELEASED FROM GAOL

    Mrs Carew, who was sentenced at Yokohama in 1897 for the murder of her husband, by poisoning, has been released from Aylesbury gaol. ...

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