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  2. INTER-STATE CABLES.

    A joror in the Criminal Court to-day attended in such a condition that Mr. Justice Hood ordered him to be imprisoned for 24 hours. He was called to ...

    Article : 164 words
  3. HOBART & SOUTH

    Before the Full Court to-day some interesting licensing appeal cases were heard. The benches at Evandale and Longford granted two licenses at each ...

    Article : 426 words
  4. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. COLLINS said before the second reading of the Occupancy Tax Bill was brought on he would like to mention that it was a most important measure, and ...

    Article : 348 words
  5. COMMONWEALTH.

    Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon Mr. Watson had not completed the formation of his Ministry. It is improbable that the list will be complete till a late hour ...

    Article : 57 words
  6. CABLE MESSAGES.

    The Truks, contrary to the treaty, imposed on Greek tradesmen in Smyrna [?] license duty and closed the shops for non-payment, M. Delyannis, the Secretary ...

    Article : 103 words
  7. SENATOR TRENWITH IGNORED.

    One of the Most interesting features which preceded the formation of the Federal Cabinet was the fact that Senstor Trenwith was entirely ignored. An ...

    Article : 167 words
  8. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Wheat was dull to-day; 1250 bags were sold principally at 3s ex store, but generally only 2s 11½ is obtainable, and large shippers are disinclined to exceed 2s ...

    Article : 199 words
  9. WARSHIP SUNK.

    During a fog the Chinese warship Haltien struck a rock on the Elliott Group of Islands in Korea Bay. The vessel was so badly damaged that ...

    Article : 37 words
  10. OBITUARY

    Fred Maccabe, the monologue entertainer, who visited Australia come time ago, is dead. ...

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  11. EX-MINISTERS.

    The members of the Deakin Administration attended the final meeting of the Executive Council in the morning, and then they took leave of his ...

    Article : 116 words
  12. GERMAN RAILWAY REVENUE

    According to the "Daily News," kaiser William, finding that the railway revenue was £5,000,000 sterling above 1903, ordered legislation to add £150,000 ...

    Article : 45 words
  13. WATERSPOUTS.

    Several large water spouts have been seen during the past two days about 20 miles off the heads. Five were observed this morning ...

    Article : 26 words
  14. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    Mr. RATTLE presented a petition from the Hobart Chamber of Commerce against the proposed alterations in the Stamp Duties Act. ...

    Article : 1,361 words
  15. THE MINISTERIAL WHIP.

    The whip in the House of Represontatives will be Mr. F. Tador (Vic.) ...

    Article : 14 words
  16. RUSSIAN LOAN.

    The Russians negotieted with a Paris syndicate for a loan of £35,000,000 sterling in 5 per cent. Treasury bonds at £98. ...

    Article : 32 words
  17. SWEARING-IN.

    Ministers will be sworn in by the Governor-General at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning and they will be subsequently installed in their respective departments ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. PLAGUE OF MICE.

    A plague of mico is reported from the north-east of the state. At Hungerford thousands have beon killed during the last few weeks. One firm, while ...

    Article : 49 words
  19. OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM.

    Mr. Neal, inspector of schools in South Australia, who has been deputed to enquire into the Tasmanian system of education, has arrived, and had an ...

    Article : 53 words
  20. OBITUARY.

    Death has claimed the Rev. James Marsh Norman, for many years incumbent of the Cressy Anglican parish. The news will be received with the deepest regret ...

    Article : 300 words
  21. THE NEW MINISTRY.

    Mr. Watson waited upon the Governor-General this evening and advised his Excellency that the formation of the Cabinet was as follows:— ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. A SOMNAMBULIST.

    While on duty in Giles-street early this morning. Constable Nation was attracted by the remarkable behaviour of a young man who was walking along ...

    Article : 132 words
  23. A NEW ELECTRIC MOTOR.

    A car, driven by a new motor, the in[?]vention of a young Australian engineer, has recently attracted considerable attention in Berlin. The motor achieves ...

    Article : 373 words
  24. NATIONAL POLITICAL ASSOCIATION.

    Mr. R. W. Smith has been elected general secretary to the recently-formed National Association. It is understood that enquiries have been made by ...

    Article : 87 words
  25. INLAND WIRES

    An old and well-known prospector named Owen Clocks, was found dead to-day, on the Ramsay track, by W. Palmer. Cocks has beon tin streaming at the ...

    Article : 65 words
  26. THE DEAKIN MINISTRY.

    The last meeting of the Federal Executive Council in connection with Mr. Deakin's Ministry, was hold to-day. The Governor-General presided, and the ...

    Article : 99 words
  27. MASONIC.

    The Grand Lodge of Queensland was inaugurated on Monday night on a warrant from the Grand Lodge of Ireland. Over four hundred brethren were ...

    Article : 108 words
  28. A FRUIT SHIP.

    At the Invitation of Captain Prentice, the captain of the steamer Dorset, now in port loading fruit for the London market, the Premier, Attorney-General, and ...

    Article : 191 words
  29. BAND FOR WARATAH.

    At a public meeting hold in the Odd-follows' Hall last night, It was decided to form a public band. A committee of five was Appointed to represent the ...

    Article : 51 words
  30. WESTERN NEWS.

    At the usual monthly sitting of the Court of Requests to-day, before Mr. commissioner Chambers, a number of unimportant cases were disposed of. ...

    Article : 115 words
  31. TITLE OF "HONOURABLE."

    Mr. Deakin received a cable from the Colonial Office, stating the King had been pleased to confer the title of "Honourable" upon all members of the first ...

    Article : 36 words
  32. JAPANESE ATHLETICISM.

    "Japanese Physical Training" is the name of a book by Mr. Irving Hancock. In this he describes the Japs as the hardest people ...

    Article : 383 words
  33. THE HIGH COURT.

    Mr. W. A. Barton was to-day appointed associated to his father, Mr. Justice Barton, vice Mr. T. R. Bavin, resigned, and Mr. H. Manning, a clerk in the ...

    Article : 54 words
  34. A LABOUR CANDIDATE.

    Mr. W. S. Murphy, has been selected as the Labour candidate for Croydon electorate, rendered vacant by the death of Mr. W. H. Browne, late Minister for ...

    Article : 33 words
  35. SUCCESSFUL DANISH FARMERS.

    "Saxon and done are we," sang the late Laureate. Some matters of an important article on "The Progress of Danish Agriculture under Freetrade" in the "Monthly ...

    Article : 230 words
  36. THE PLAGUE.

    Another case of plague was reported in the city to-day, the patient being at boy employed in a produce store. ...

    Article : 24 words
  37. MARINE BOARD.

    At a meeting of the marine board to-day the Master Warden reported that a cable had been sent to England enquiring the cost of an apparatus for ...

    Article : 158 words
  38. GOLD RESERVES.

    The chairman of Union of London and Smith's Banking Company at the recent annual gathering of the shareholders remarked:— ...

    Article : 320 words
  39. D'EMDEN V. PEDDER.

    The Federal High Court to-day delivered its reserved decision in the Tasmanian case D'Emden versus Pedder. The Chief Justice (Sir Samuel Griffith), ...

    Article : 188 words
  40. POLICE SATISFIED

    The man arrested yesterday at Urenui satisfied the police that he was not identical with the murderer of Mr. Collinson, and has been released. ...

    Article : 131 words
  41. THE FORECAST

    The forecast for April 27 is:—Fine weather. Foggy weather in places, and frosty at night is probable for the next few days, with light and variable winds, ...

    Article : 49 words
  42. PERSISTENT CONSTIPATION

    is generally aggravated by violent purgatives, because they weaken the organs acted upon. The gentle, reliable, and pleasant laxative, California Syrup of Figs, ...

    Article : 117 words
  43. THE LABOUR PARTY

    Continuing the "Age" series of articles upon the views of prominent members of the Labour party, we come to Senator de Largie, one of the ...

    Article : 768 words
  44. NATIONAL DRINK BILL.

    The "national drink bill" of 1903, prepared by Dr. Dawson Burns, shows a total expenditure last year on intoxicating liquors in the United Kingdom of ...

    Article : 78 words
  45. A COLLECTION OF CHURCH SPIRES.

    What is perhaps the most curious collection in the world—a collection or church spires of all nationalities—1s owned by a Dutch lady named Miss Lola William. In ...

    Article : 66 words
  46. SOON SETTLED THE MONKEY.

    A monkey, carried by a lady in a box, got free in Berlin and in a moment was scated at the top of a tall tree, Neither cajoleries nor threats could indu[?] him ...

    Article : 70 words
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