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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 78 words
  3. S.A. ELECTIONS. GOVERNMENT DEFEAT PROBABLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 136 words
  4. BERYL-STREET EXPLOSION.

    The adjourned inquest into the circumstances surrounding the death of Charles Wright, baker, as a result of the Beryl-street explosion, which ...

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  5. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Josiah Thomas arrived in Broken Hill by this morning's express. He will at once enter upon his election campaign. ...

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  6. NAVAL RESERVISTS' STRIKE

    Further information relative to the naval reserviste' strike at Marseilles is available. M. Cheron, Under-Secretary to the ...

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  7. MINING. LONDON MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 188 words
  8. AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION.

    Sir George Reid (High Commissioner for Australia) has issued a statement to the effect that there is some ground for the recent strictures on the ...

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  9. Barrier Miner.

    THE evidence as to the insanitariness of the city that was elicited from Inspector Wiseman in the course of his examination by the Public Works ...

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  10. SUSPICIOUS LOITERING.

    Three Bengali youths were arrested to-day. They were loitering, with weapons, near a railway at a time when the Viceroy's train was expected to ...

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  11. A POSSIBLE LABOR MINISTRY.

    If (says the Adelaide correspondent of the "Age") the Government resigns, the new Ministry will probably be composed of:—Mr. Verran, Premier and ...

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  12. ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET.

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  13. A BOSTON POISONING CASE.

    Mary Kelliher was acquitted at Boston (U.S.A.) after imprisonment for 15 months on charges of poisoning her husband, three children, and two other ...

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  14. NEW SOUTH WALES. LABORER'S ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

    John Littler, laborer (30) mode a determined attempt to commit suicide yesterday at Paddington. He went into a back yard with a razor and a ...

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  15. THE NORTH.

    During last week the North mine dispatched 895½ tons of concentrates. In development work the main west crosscut on the 1100ft. level has been ...

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  16. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [Reuter's Messages.] QUEENSLAND AS A HORSEBREEDING COUNTRY.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" calls the attention of the War Office to Queensland as one of the finest horsebreeding countries in the world. ...

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  17. NEW AUSTRALIAN COINAGE.

    The secretary of the Federal Treasury (Mr. Allan), referring to the statement that the banks in New Zealand intend to refuse to take the new silver ...

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  18. KICKED BY A COW.

    Mrs. M'Donald, living at Ironbanks, was kicked in the forehead by a cow yesterday, and died soon after. ...

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  19. BANDITS IN A BANK.

    Bandits last night entered the Victor Banking Company's office, M'Kee Rocks, Pennsylvania, and decamped with 5000 dollars (£1000) after ...

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  20. SPORTING. [Reuter's Message.] JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHT.

    Jeffries is training with Armstrong and Burns on the Santa Cruz mountains and (Johnson is training at Chicago for their fight on July 4 for ...

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  21. "PALL MALL GAZETTE'S" COMMENTS.

    In its comments on immigrants with encumbrances, the "Pall Mall Gazette" remarks that whether the veto on children is based on climatic or economic ...

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  22. BOREHOLE COLLIERY DISPUTE.

    The members of the Northern Mining Board inquiring into the Borehole colliery dispute, yesterday concluded taking evidence for the owners. Evidence ...

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  23. COTTON FALLEN IN PRICE.

    Owing to the break in the drought at Texas, American cotton on the New York market has fallen in price. ...

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  24. THE KING'S HEALTH.

    The "Daily News" Biarritz correspondent protests against the optimistic statements about the King's health. He represents that the King has lately ...

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  25. A STEAMER IN A HURRICANE.

    The French mail steamer Ville de la Ciotat will go into dock for repair owing to the damage it sustained in the New Caledonia hurricane. ...

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  26. ORANGE RIVER COLONY.

    A stormy all-night sitting in the Legislative Council of the Orange River Colony ensued on the bill subjecting teachers to disabilities unless ...

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  27. BOXING IN SYDNEY.

    Johnnie Summers, the English lightweight boxer, won the lightweight championship of Australia at the Stadium last night, when he knocked out ...

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  28. VICTORIA. OPIUM FOUND AT GEELONG.

    A bag containing 124 tins of opium, valued at £600, was found lying on the beach at Geelong yesterday. The opium is bolieved to have been ...

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  29. TRAM COLLISION IN SYDNEY.

    A tram collision occurred yesterday afternoon at the corner of Clevelandstreet and Elizabeth-street, Sydney, when two loaded cars crashed into ...

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  30. ANTI-PERUVIAN RIOTS.

    The anti-Peruvian riots in Ecuador having this week threatened to precipitate war, King Alfonso of Spain, arbitrator of the frontier dispute, ...

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  31. A POETS' BANQUET.

    Lord Coleridge presided last night at a banquet given to 300 poets and poets' descendants, including the Duke of Norfolk, Mr. Lyttelton, M.P., and ...

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  32. A CABLE BREAKS DOWN.

    One of the two new cables which connect Tasmania and the mainland broke down yesterday, it is believed about 20 miles from the Tasmanian ...

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  33. GRAIN FREIGHTS.

    The United States railways have reduced their grain freights from Fort William (Ontaria) to the sea with the object of capturing the Canadian grain ...

    Article : 85 words
  34. A BURNING ACCIDENT.

    Alice Contieni (48), a married woman, was horribly burnt at Fitzroy last night. She was going upstairs to bed, carrying a kerosene lamp, which fell ...

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  35. THE BRUNSWICK TRAGEDY.

    The coroner held an inquiry yesterday concerning the death of Ernest Bishop, a laborer (48). Deceased lived with his wife in Duke-street. East ...

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  36. QUEBEC GOVERNMENT LABOR BUREAUS.

    The Quebec Government is establishing labor bureaus in the principal cities of that Canadian provinces for those seeking work. This step is due ...

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  37. DIED FROM LOCKJAW.

    Henry Wood (10) was digging in a garden at Thornbury yesterday when the fork pierced his foot and he died from lockjaw. ...

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  38. KILLED BY FALLING TREE.

    Charles Tresize (36) was killed by a falling tree limb yesterday, when robbing a beehive at Myrtleford. ...

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  39. GERMAN NAVY LEAGUE.

    The German Navy League has a membership of 1,031,339. Its funds increased in 1909 by £219,940, totalling £1,679,190. ...

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  40. THE METAL MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 65 words
  41. CATTLE SALE.

    [?] and Co. Limited held a cat[?] their yards yesterday after[?] eventy-two bullocks, on ac[?] Mr. Tom Davies, were ...

    Article : 30 words
  42. KILLED BY FALL OF EARTH.

    Bert Koselli (17) was killed yesterday by a fall of earth at the Dredging Company's mine, Dunolly. ...

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  43. B.H.J.C. JUNE MEETING.

    The Broken Hill Jockey Club has arranged to hold a race meeting on June and the programme was drawn up on Tuesday night. A total of £200 ...

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  44. FATALITY CAUSED BY RUNAWAY CAR.

    A runaway car whilst descending an incline struck an ascending passenger car on Mount Vesuvius and killed a lady, dangerously injured her ...

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  45. QUARANTINED OTWAY PASSENGERS

    Yesterday three third-class passengers from the Otway developed suspicious symptoms at the Sydney quarantine station, and were forthwith ...

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  46. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    At the Criminal Court yesterday Robert Pordidge, who was charged with attempted suicide, and pleaded guilty, was released on his own recognisance ...

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  47. W.C.T.U.

    [?] monthly meeting of the [?]ristian Temperance Union [?] the Blende-street Lecture [?]nesday. One new ...

    Article : 79 words
  48. KING MENELIK'S DEATH.

    Tolograms from Adis Adaba (Abyssinnia) make no reference to King Menelik's death. ...

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  49. TIMBER STACKERS' STRIKE.

    Additional details concerning the timber stackers' strike show that more free laborers were engaged on Saturday handling timber from the steamers ...

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  50. SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" Johannesburg correspondent, on high authority, status that the South African Union Government intends to make sweeping ...

    Article : 66 words
  51. DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    The Roman Catholic Church at Timaru, with its contents, has been destroyed by fire. ...

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  52. RAILWAY EARNINGS.

    The railway earnings for the week ended April 2 totalled £40,257, as against £34,436 for the same period last year, showing a total increase ...

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  53. THE NORWOOD OVAL.

    Another magnificent public action on the part of Sir Edwin Smith was performed yesterday, when Sir Edwin waited upon the Mayor of Kensington ...

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  54. POLICE COURT.

    At the Police Court this morning, before Mr. F. W. Garstang, S.M., a defendant, with 13 previous convictions was charged with having been drunk ...

    Article : 129 words
  55. [?]ND FIREMEN'S [?]ION.

    [?]ed that a meet[?]ginedrivers and [?]as held in the [?] Mr. F. Doyle ...

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  56. LAND AGENT'S SUCCESSFUL SUIT.

    In the Local Court yesterday Gill and Packham, land agents, sued Michael Conroy for £25, work performed in the sale of a house and commission. ...

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  57. KING OF SAXONY'S DIVORCED WIFE.

    Countess Montignoso, the divorced wife of the King of Saxony, has lied to Switzerland from Signor Toselli, the pianist, to whom she was married. ...

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  58. A TRAM ACCIDENT.

    Neglect on the part of a conductor on one of the electric tramears on the Unley line was the cause of an accident to a lady passenger on Tuesday ...

    Article : 75 words
  59. THE FIJI HURRICANE.

    Details of the hurricane in Fiji show that great havoc was wrought in the Rowa district, the sugareane and banana plantations being completely flattened. ...

    Article : 47 words
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