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  2. THE SUFFRAGETTES.

    Yesterday a bomb, believed to contain nitro-glycerine, was found in a pavilion belonging to the Limpsfield Tennis Club. The Midland Railway Company has been ...

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  3. BALKAN BLAZE.

    The reply of the Balkan allies to the proposals of the Powers for a settlement of the Balkan trouble was delivered yesterday. In this the allies have finally accepted the ...

    Article : 159 words
  4. THE PERSIAN GULF.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Mail" reports that a draft agreement will shortly be submitted to the Porte for the transfer to Great Britain of Turkey's ...

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  5. COMPULSORY TRAINING.

    There was a warm discussion in the Presbyterian Assembly to-day over the following motion submitted by Rev. Dr. John Burgess: "This Assembly expresses its disapproval of ...

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  6. MINISTERS ON TOUR.

    The townspeople, irrespective of their political leanings, extended a very cordial welcome to Mr. Bath and Mr. Johnson in their capacity as Ministers on their arrival ...

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  7. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    Last evening at St. Andrew's Church, St. George's-terrace, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of West Australia met under the presidency of the retiring ...

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  8. ART IN THE OLD WORLD.

    For the second time in twenty-six years, Mr. E. Phillips Fox, an Australian artist who went to Paris as a youth of 21, is revisiting his native land. He is travelling ...

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  9. MR. DILLON AT BAY.

    In one of the main streets of Dublin on Saturday suffragettes surrounded Mr. John Dillon, M.P., and bitterly assailed him for having voted against Mr. Dickenson's Bill ...

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  10. BULGAR-GREEK FRICTION.

    The Bulgarian casualties in the BulgarianGreek fight near Salonika numbered 300. Both sides have apologised for their share in the conflict, and a neutral zone has been ...

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  11. PERSONAL.

    The Premier (Mr. Scaddan), owing to indisposition which confined him to his bed, was unable to attend the prize distribution at the Maylands Public School yesterday. ...

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  12. A MATTER OF PUBLICATION.

    Mr. Ramsay Macdonald, M.P., has decided to publish the "Suffragette." He holds the belief that the Government is not entitled to suppress a newspaper before the ...

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  13. DEFIANT CADETS.

    Thirty cadets were compelled to attend at the Water Police Court to-day to answer a charge of having failed to attend the required number of drills and to obey ...

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  14. DISPOSAL OF TURKEY'S TROOPS.

    Turkish transports will embark Essad Pasha's troops at Durazzo and Djavid Pasha's force at Valona. These troops number 30,000, and the majority of them ...

    Article : 37 words
  15. SAFEGUARDING FUNDS.

    According to the newspapers the Women's Social and Political Union has placed its reserve fund of £117,000 beyond the Government's reach. ...

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  16. TRAIN WRECKING.

    Near Paterson, in New Jersey, yesterday scrap iron and rocks were piled on a railway line with the evident intention of wrecking an express train. The obstruction ...

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  17. CONTROL OF SKUTARI.

    Detachments of international troops have been landed at San Giovanni. The formal transfer of Skutari from Montenegro to the representatives of the Powers has been fixed ...

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  18. FEDERAL ARBITRATION COURT.

    The hearing of the application made by the Federal Engine-drivers' and Firemen's Association to have determined a dispute between the Association and the Broken Hill ...

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  19. BRITISH SOCIALISTS.

    At to-day's sitting of the British Socialist Congress at Blackpool further disorderly scenes took place. The action of the chairman (Mr. H. M. ...

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  20. WATER SUPPLY PROBLEM.

    The Minister for Works (Mr. Johnson), and the Minister for Lands (Mr. Bath), addressed a crowded meeting in the local hall on Monday night. ...

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  21. GERMANY.

    The "Standard" correspondent at The Hague states: "The German Minister here is pressing Holland to relinquish her rights to a small strip of foreshore to enable the ...

    Article : 76 words
  22. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    The conference convened with the object of re-uniting the Progressives and the regular Republicans is progressing harmoniously. A national convention to effect a ...

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  23. DR. FRIEDMANN'S "CURE."

    Dr. Sturm, who was associated with Dr. Friedmann in connection with the latter's "cure" for tuberculosis, is claiming £20,000 from Dr. Friedmann for his share in the ...

    Article : 41 words
  24. INTERNATIONAL QUARRELS.

    At yesterday's sitting of the International Peace Congress, Mr. Marshall, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, delivered an address in favour of resorting ...

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  25. PEDESTRIANISM.

    Harry Green, at Stamford Bridge, broke the 25 miles amateur record, running the distance in 2hr. 29min. 30sec. Lloyd lowered the 50 miles record, his time being 6hr. 13 ...

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  26. THE LOCAL FLEET BASE.

    By the R.M.S. Orvieto, which left Fremantle yesterday, Sir Willam Creswell, Director of Naval Forces, and Mr. Fanstone, Director of Naval Works, sailed for ...

    Article : 195 words
  27. THE ENGLISH TURF.

    Vulcain has been backed for the English Derby, to be run on June 4, at 10,000 to 500, and Aumer at 1,000 to 30. ...

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  28. CANADA'S PROGRESS.

    In introducing the Budget in the Dominion House of Commons yesterday, the Minister for Finance (Mr. W. T. White) said that Canada's financial condition was ...

    Article : 75 words
  29. THE COMMONWEALTH BANK.

    On the occasion of the visit of the Minister for Defence (Mr. G. F. Pearce) to Kanowna on Monday a large deputation, representative of business and mining ...

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  30. MISCELLANEOUS.

    Over 100 members of the French Senate and Chamber of Deputies attended the opening of the Franco-German pacificist conference here, but only 34 members of the ...

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  31. PORTUGAL.

    Sir Conan Doyle, in a vigorous letter to the newspapers, declares that Portugal's treatment of political prisoners deserves that England should follow the precedent ...

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  32. DISHONEST EMPLOYEES.

    As the result of the prosecution of a confessed thief in the Police Court on Saturday a serious state of affairs in a city drapery warehouse has been revealed. The ...

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  33. ARBITRATION.

    The Industrial Council has unanimously voted against compulsory arbitration with regard to disputes. The representatives of Capital and Labour have, for different ...

    Article : 66 words
  34. THE HIGH COURT.

    The High Court began its sittings in Melbourne to-day. The Court consisted of Mr. Justice Barton (Acting Chief Justice), Mr. Justice Isaacs, Mr. Justice Powers, Mr. ...

    Article : 257 words
  35. ANCIENT EGYPT.

    Representatives of the British Archaelogical School have discovered a large cemetery at Torkhan, 40 miles from Cairo. The burials are evidently 7,000 years old, and ...

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  36. BREACH OF PROMISE.

    Justice Gordon in the Civil Court to-day had before him a breach of promise case, in which Mary Gardner, spinster, of Murray Bridge, claimed £500 damages from Arthur ...

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  37. THE MANLY SENSATION.

    Allen Main, who was arrested in the Domain yesterday morning, was before the Manly Police Court this morning charged with having maliciously shot at Ernest James ...

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  38. A GRUESOME DISCOVERY.

    At a railway station near Berlin yesterday the head, trunk and other parts of a mutilated human body were found in a parcel. Previously two human legs were ...

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  39. RIOT AT A FUNERAL.

    In the Linwood Cemetery, in Ohio, yesterday a riot occurred during the burial of a miner. Two persons were seriously wounded by revolver shots, and one was beaten to ...

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  40. THE BUSSELTON JETTY.

    Shortly before 4 o'clock this morning a fire was discovered at the No. 4 shed on the Busselton jetty. The flames were seen by a railway employee from the town, and ...

    Article : 150 words
  41. STRANDING OF A STEAMER.

    An attempt was made this morning by some settlers in the neighbourhood of where the s.s. Indrabarah is ashore to reach the vessel on horseback at low tide. They ...

    Article : 143 words
  42. THE MATERNITY BONUS.

    The hearing was continued to-day of the charges of fraud arising out of claims for the maternity bonus, preferred against Dr. E. G. Leger-Erson, and Hannah Jane ...

    Article : 104 words
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  44. DRIVING ACCIDENT.

    Yesterday afternoon John Thompson, a farmer, of Lower Blackwood, was thrown from a sulky while travelling home. He was badly bruised and several ribs were ...

    Article : 38 words
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