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  2. The Western Mail

    The manifesto issued by the Labour Party, and the Premier's speech at Bunbury on Saturday, together give the policies on which the two rival ...

    Article : 723 words
  3. England and Germany.

    The friendship manifested towards Germany by some members of the British Ministry in addition to the meeting between the King and the Kaiser, ...

    Article : 601 words
  4. Sir William Lyne's Hoax.

    Federal Ministers seem almost incapable of conversion to the simple truth about State rights. It is true that they are occasionally at the penitent form. ...

    Article : 561 words

    Local Coal-Mining Industry.—The first consignment of the new coal trucks for bunkering purposes reached the Scottish Collieries Co.'s mines at ...

    Article : 1,635 words
  6. The Kimberley Tragedy.

    The treatment of the aborigines and the protection of the white settler are brought vividly under the public notice by the recent tragedy at Blackfellow ...

    Article : 499 words
  7. The Olympic Games and Fair Play.

    An attempt has been made to draw President Roosevelt into the warm dispute as to the unfairness of the Olympic games decisions. The President, however, ...

    Article : 498 words
  8. The Turkish Kaleidoscope.

    As week follows week it looks passible that the Turkish Parliament is to become a reality. If so, the transformation of that Empire will be amazing. ...

    Article : 527 words
  9. The Meat Question.

    Butter has had its rise, and has fallen even beneath its old figure. The bread supply, as far as the public are concerned, has been practically unaffected by the ...

    Article : 446 words
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