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  5. THEATRE DISPUTE

    The troubles of Mr J. G. Hansen, the American theatrical manager, are not yet over. On Friday. Mr Hansen appeared ...

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  6. STATE INSURANCE

    A sub-committee of the London County Insurance Committee has reported that malingering is rampant and Hint women's applications have ...

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  7. SUFFRAGETTES

    There were exciting scenes in Victoria Park, Hackney, to-day, when a number of Suffragettes and Labor supporters attempted to deliver addresses ...

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  8. FRANCE'S PERIL

    An important statement was made regarding the visit paid to President Poincare by M. Georges Clemenceau, who was Premier of France from 1906 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. BLOWN UP

    Additional particulars have been received regarding the sinking of the steamer Nevada, as the result of striking a mine while leaving Smyrna. ...

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  10. EMPIRE DAY

    The Empire Day celebrations yesterday were carried out with great enthusiasm throughout Great Britain. Among the functions was a concert ...

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  12. IMPERIAL DEFENCE

    The arming of merchantmen is being pushed on by the Admiralty. Fire of Houlder Brothers and Company's River Plate meat liners have ...

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  13. ASSASSINATED

    A parcel containing a bomb exploded, killing General Su Pao San, the Commander of Yang Chow. The murdered soldier was a staunch ...

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  14. KHAN EXPELLED

    Severe inter-tribal lighting has taken place on the Swat frontier. The Nawagis have expelled the pro British Khan. and have invited ...

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  15. TRADE UNIONS

    Trade union ballots, which have hitherto been much of a farce, are to be closely supervised under the new Trade Unions Act, which sets aside ...

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  16. LONDON DEMONSTRATION

    A demonstration was held in Trafalgar Square to-day to condemn armaments and compulsory training. The notorious militant anarchist. ...

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  17. SAFETY AT SEA

    In order to ensure greater safety at son the Board of Trade has issued minute regulations for the mustering of crews and passengers whenever ...

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  18. RAILWAY UNIONS

    A conference of the Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, silting at Leeds, has refused, by 55 votes to 4, to take a ballot on the question of ...

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  19. BOMB IN DUBLIN

    A clockwork bomb has been found on the steps of the Atlas Insurance Company's offices in Dublin. Its timely discovery prevented an ...

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  20. DIVORCE LAWS

    It is announced that a Bill based on the Divorce Commission's report will shortly be introduced in the House of Commons. ...

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  21. MOTOR ACCIDENT

    John Kirkcaldie Mountain was charged at the city Court to-day with having unlawfully caused bodily in jury to John Rhodes, engineer, of Grey ...

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  22. "FREAK" DANCES

    The "Daily Graphic" states that Queen Mary strongly disapproves of the introduction of the "Tango," "Turkey Trot." and "Bunny Hug" dances ...

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  23. ROYAL MARRIAGE

    The photograph reproduced herewith shows the Princess Victoria Louise, the Kaiser's daughter, and Prince Ernest Augustus of Great Britain and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. TWO WRECKS

    The ship Cromdale (1903 tons) has been wrecked at the Lizard, Cornwall, in a fog, while bound from Taltal, Chile, to Falmouth. ...

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  25. STRAINED RELATIONS

    At the Footscray Court to-day Maria Teasdale indeed the bench to make an order binding her husband, Joseph Teasdale, over to keep the peace. ...

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  26. LABOR UNREST

    There is much discontent among farm workers in Lancashire, and serious trouble is threatened. A number of laborers have been ...

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  27. STEAMER SOLD

    The P. and O. Company's branch liner Wakool (5004 tons) has been sold to a Japanese buyer. The Wakool is a sister ship to the ...

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  28. MINERS' WAGES

    The Northumberland miners, who recently threatened to go out on strike for an increase in wages, have secured no advance of 6[?] per cent ...

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  29. ALSACE-LORRAINE

    The Alsace-Lorraine Diet has passed a resolution strongly condemning the Government's application to the Federal Council for powers to enable the ...

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  30. DIED AT HIS WORK.

    John Kimpton, 54 years of age, a married man, who lived in Buckhurst street, South Melbourne, died suddenly this morning on the wharf. Kimpton ...

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  31. GOLFER'S FEAT.

    Mr A. R. Ewens, a member of the Fort Pirie Golf Club, on Saturday performed the fact of holing out at the 3rd hols is one stroke. The [?] ...

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  32. TUESDAY'S MAILS.

    Ship mails close at the General Post Office, Melbourne, to-morrow, as follows:--Tasmania, Conah, noon, Auckland, Mahone, 4 p.m.; [?] and ...

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