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  3. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Prolonged Cabinet meetings have been held. It is understood that Lord Haldane's committee on reform of the House of Lords has concluded its work, and has ...

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  4. DISGRACEFUL SCENES.

    In the House of Representatives, after midnight, the Prime Minister (Mr. Cook) moved the application of the closure while Mr. Finlayson was speaking. The ...

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  5. CURRENT TOPICS.

    The second spring meeting of the T.T.C. will be held on Saturday, November 15. The first race will start at 2 p.m., and trains will run to the course ...

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  6. THE NEW HEBRIDES.

    Mr. Fenton (Vic.) moved the adjournment of the House to consider the question that the Commonwealth Government should draw the attention of the ...

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  7. OBITUARY.

    After a very long illness, Sir George Davies, M.H.A., passed away early yesterday morning at his late residence, Hobart. Sir George had been unable to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. SEAT RETAINED BY LIBERALS.

    Mr. Stanley Owen Buckmaster, K.C., having accepted the post of Solicitor- General in the Asquith Ministry, had to go before his constituents in the ...

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  9. REFERENCES IN PARLIAMENT.

    When the House of Assembly met at 2 o'clock yesterday the countenances of hon. members reflected the feelings entertained by them as regards the death ...

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  10. COMMONWEALTH BANK.

    The Treasurer (Sir John Forrest) in reply to a question, said country borrowers from the Commonwealth Bank were charged 6 per cent, for loans. ...

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  11. NO PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS.

    The Attorney-General (Mr. Irvine) moved the second reading of the bill to prohibit preference to unionists in Commonwealth employment. He thought it ...

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  12. ARMY HORSES.

    Representatives of Greece are extensively purchasing cavalry horses in the south-west of Ireland to repair the balance caused by losses in war. The ...

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  13. BOXING.

    The National Sporting Club decides on Thursday whether to support the French federation, but it is unlikely that the club will attempt to deprive Jack ...

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  14. BILLIARDS.

    A keen struggle took place in the afternoon, Gray making bream of 297 and 345, and Reece 436. The scores now stand thus:— ...

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  15. MR. THOMAS RESUMES HIS SEAT.

    When the Speaker took the chair at 2.30 Mr. Thomas (N.S.W.), who had been suspended for the previous sitting, was present. ...

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  16. SMALL-POX IN SYDNEY.

    The Prime Minister, in reply to Mr. Tudor (Vic.), said he knew of no arrangement by which the Commonwealth undertook to pay the expenses of New South ...

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  17. ABDUCTION CASE.

    Alfred Wearer, a Perth (W.A.) manufacturer, who is charged with abducting Mercia Weaver, aged 8 years, who, he declares is his own daughter, has been ...

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  18. AN OFFICIAL EMBARGO.

    Mr. Frazer (W.A.), as a personal explanation, wished to modify his criticism of the Western Electric Supply Company in retaining £5000 in connection with ...

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  19. THE SUFFRAGETTES.

    The lawn tennis pavilion at Catford has been destroyed by fire, and the suffragettes are suspected. The suffragettes burned Hegbrook, a vacant mansion at ...

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  20. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER.

    Sir John McCall and the Agents-General for Victoria, South Australia. West Australia, and Queensland have commenced an enquiry into the transit, sale, ...

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  21. "HANSARD" PROOFS.

    The Speaker told Mr. Roberts (S.A.) that be had given instructions that no uncorrected proof of any member's speeches should be issued till the ...

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  22. EX-SULTAN MULAI HAFID.

    It is rumoured that the Bodouins kidnapped ex-Sultan Mulai Hafid, who has been missing for some time. ...

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  23. COLONEL RYRIE'S OFFER.

    Colonel Ryrie (N.S.W.), as a personal explanation, wished to state that his threat of the previous night to the member for Melbourne Porte had been made ...

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  24. REPORT DENIED.

    The capture of Mulai Hafid is denied. He is staying at Mecca. ...

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  25. INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION.

    In commenting to-day on Mr. Piddington's report on industrial arbitration, which was presented to the Premier of New South Wales yesterday, the Prime ...

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  26. CAUGHT COLD AFTER DANCING.

    Through not wrapping up after a dance my sister and I both got bad colds," says Miss Bertha Scott, 50 Fitzgerald-street, North Perth, W.A. "Father ...

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  27. SUGAR EXCISE.

    The Minister for Customs (Mr. Groom), in reply to Mr. Tudor (Vic), said no money for sugar excise had yet been paid to the Government, but the matter was ...

    Article : 36 words
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