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  2. MOROCCAN SITUATION.

    Reuter's correspondent at Berlin confirms the statement made by French and German newspapers that France and Germany are approaching a settlement ...

    Article : 277 words
  3. STATE POLITICS.

    The Minister for Mines and Railways (Mr. H. Gregory, M.L.A.), opened his political campaign in connection with the forthcoming election for the Meuzies electorate in ...

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  4. LITHGOW LABOUR TROUBLES.

    The labour troubles at the Lithgow ironworks culminated to-night in a serious disturbance. A crowd took possession of the blast furnaces, and all available police were ...

    Article : 226 words
  5. INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES.

    The Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the grievances of the railway men sat yesterday. Mr. Williams, secretary of the ...

    Article : 324 words
  6. AN AMERICAN STORM.

    A great storm is raging over the southern States. At Charleston, in South Carolina, the water on the sea-front is higher than it ...

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  7. SIR JOHN FORREST.

    Sir John Forrest, who for the past few months has been absent from Australia on an extended tour through Egypt, the continent, and the old country, returned by the ...

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  8. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    Shortly after the Legislative Assembly met this afternoon Mr. Wade asked a question about the recorded votes and proceedings of August 23 which did not agree with the ...

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  9. RAIN IN THE COUNTRY.

    The dry spell was broken by welcome rain to-day. Nearly three-quarters of an inch has fallen, and there is every prospect of more. ...

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  10. AVIATION.

    M. Pourpe, who flew an aeroplane across the Channel from Boulogne to Dover yesterday in 40 minutes, made the return flight from Folkestone to ...

    Article : 74 words
  11. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT.

    The report of the Weather Bureau last evening announced a welcome change in the meteorological conditions. Early yesterday morning rain set in on the south-west coast, ...

    Article : 235 words
  12. SPECIAL POLICE TRAIN.

    A special train, carrying 50 police, left Sydney at half-past 12 o'clock this morning, and more police will be picked up on the way to Lithgow. Grave developments are ...

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  13. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Mr. Lloyd-George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, announces that approved friendly societies will directly handle any contributions made by their ...

    Article : 38 words
  14. FEDERAL LEGISLATION.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Fisher) referring to to-day's Cabinet meeting said that a number of Bills had been considered. Many of these will, it is understood, be submitted ...

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  15. FIFESHIRE WRECK.

    When passing the island of Perim, in the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb, last Thursday the steamer Warwickshire signalled that all the persons who had been ...

    Article : 102 words
  16. CANADA.

    Speaking at the opening of the Industrial Exhibition here yesterday the Governor-General (Earl Grey) advised Canadians to keep slums out of their ...

    Article : 63 words
  17. ALLEGED ESPIONAGE.

    At Plymouth to-day the case against Max Schultz, a German, who was arrested on a charge of espionage, was proceeded with. ...

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  18. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Fisher, the Prime Minister, was entertained by his colleagues in Melbourne yesterday in honour of his 49th birthday. Sir John Forrest, M.H.R., and Lady ...

    Article : 412 words
  19. FIRE ON A STEAMER.

    The steamer Menelaus, with a fire in her No. 4 hold, arrived here to-day and was ordered to anchor in the outer harbour. The hold next to the one where ...

    Article : 76 words
  20. BRITISH LABOUR CONDITIONS.

    The Labour Department's report for 1910 shows that during the year wages in Great Britain increased by £14,500 per week compared with decreases in the ...

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  21. RAILWAY SMASH.

    At Middleton, in Connecticut, yesterday a passenger train was wrecked through a rail having been removed from the line on which it was running. ...

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  22. MUTINY OF FIREMEN.

    The Chinese firemen of the steamer Changsha, lying at Dalgety's Wharf, mutinied late last night, and made a savage attack on the second officer. However, with ...

    Article : 199 words
  23. CANADA'S CROPS.

    Grain men report that the damage caused to the wheat crops in Saskatchewan and Alberta by frost is not so serious as was at first believed. They ...

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  24. DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA.

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Pearce) stated to-day that no proposal for pensions or retiring allowance to military officers had been submitted to Cabinet. He had given ...

    Article : 428 words
  25. PERILS OF THE SEA.

    There has been found on the beach at Cronulla, near Sydney, a ship's lifeboat, which was washed ashore during the recent heavy weather. The boat is double-ended. ...

    Article : 258 words
  26. PORTUGAL.

    The steamer Bessie, laden with munitions of war, has been detained at Barrow. The "Daily Express," referring to the ...

    Article : 61 words
  27. ADMIRAL TOGO.

    Admiral Togo, who is returning to Japan after his visit to England and the United States, was interviewed here yesterday. He paid a tribute to ...

    Article : 107 words
  28. MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS.

    The following are the results of the recent examinations in Geraldton and Greenough by the Trinity College of Music, London, conducted by Mr. A. ...

    Article : 502 words
  29. BRUNSWICK SHOOTING CASE.

    The great interest taken by the public in the Brunswick shooting case, in which the principals were Constable J. Sleddon and William Robinson, a youth 19 years of age, ...

    Article : 164 words
  30. HATS IN THEATRES.

    A police edict, just issued, forbids women wearing hats or bonnets in any part of the Berlin theatres, the penalty for a breach of the edict being £5. The ...

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  31. PRESIDENT TAFT.

    President Taft has decided to make the tariff the main issue in his Presidential campaign next year. He is preparing for an extensive tour through ...

    Article : 38 words
  32. ITALIAN RIOTS.

    At Verbicaro yesterday the inhabitants, incensed at the precautionary measures taken by the local authorities to prevent a spread of cholera, cut the ...

    Article : 64 words
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  34. A COMEDIAN'S DEATH.

    The circumstances attending the death of Edwin Symons, better known as Ted Kalman, the well-known comedian, who committed suicide on Saturday, were inquired ...

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  35. SAILORS ASHORE.

    Late last night a number of sailors belonging to vessels lying at adjacent wharves became involved in a free fight at Miller's Point. Knives were drawn, and two of the ...

    Article : 95 words
  36. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The stroke competition at the Irish Amateur Championship golf meeting was won by Munn, the Irish champion, who returned a card of 78. Clyde ...

    Article : 58 words
  37. ALLEGED FOOTBALL ASSAULT.

    Acting Judge Gurner to-day concluded the hearing of the appeal of Martin Gotz, a Carlton footballer, against the conviction recorded against him in the District Court ...

    Article : 158 words
  38. PANIC IN A CHURCH.

    While a service was in progress in a church at Pyatigorsk yesterday an alarm of fire caused a panic among the congregation, with the result that ...

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  39. GASWORKS EXPLOSION.

    Three men were seriously injured at the Orange Gasworks this morning by a terrific explosion. In order to test a meter at the station which was not working properly ...

    Article : 89 words
  40. CONSUMPTION.

    The Commissioner of Public Health (Dr. Elkington) is investigating a reported cure for consumption which has been put before the Home Secretary. ...

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  41. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Robert Annan, 42 years of age, an architect, residing in Campbell-street, North Sydney, was found dead in his room this morning with his throat cut. A blood-stained ...

    Article : 95 words
  42. BISHOPRIC OF BATHURST.

    The committee appointed by the Anglican Synod at Bathurst to proceed with the election to fill the vacant bishopric of Bathurst, has unanimously selected the Rev. Canon ...

    Article : 74 words
  43. THE FEDERAL OPPOSITION.

    Federal Ministers have approved of the proposal of the Prime Minister to provide an official secretary for the Leader of the Opposition, whose opinion will be sought ...

    Article : 47 words
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