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  2. EAST AND WEST. AMERICAN FLEET'S CRUISE.

    In an interview which the Was[?]gton correspondent of the "New York times" has had with Mr. Rosevelt, the President has made a most important statement in ...

    Article : 214 words
  3. BAKERS' STRIKE. ABOUT 350 LEAVE WORK.

    By a unanimous vote at the meeting of he Operative Bakers' Society, held at the Trades-hall on Saturday night, it was resolved that all employers who had not sent ...

    Article : 1,238 words
  4. NEW MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    In a course of an address on "Charity," at the Brunswick and Coburg Friendly Societies' Hospital Fund procession on Sunday, Lieut.Colonel Reay contended that ...

    Article : 345 words
  5. PREFERENCE AND TREATIES

    At a dinner given by the Canadian Manufacturers' Association last evening, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Prime Minister, made some interesting remarks. ...

    Article : 121 words
  6. CAPTURES IN WAR.

    A plenary sitting of the Hague Conference yesterday approved of the draft conventions submitted by the committee relating to the treatment of captured ...

    Article : 633 words
  7. BUTTER FREIGHTS CONTRACT. OPINIONS OF THE TRADE.

    The unsatisfactory position in respect to the butter freights contract was a subject of discussion amongst members of the butter trade on Saturday. The condition imposed ...

    Article : 1,505 words
  8. BREAD FROM BALLARAT.

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—The Civil Service Co-operative Store of Melbourne have placed an order with the Ballarat Co-operative Distribution Society for a supply of at ...

    Article : 250 words
  9. SUBMARINE MINES.

    The committee of the Hague Conference has rejected the attempts on the part of the British representatives to regulate adequately the use of submarine mines. ...

    Article : 231 words
  10. POSITION AT BENDIGO.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.—The Bendigo Journeymen Bakers' Association have asked the Bendigo master bakers and the Bendigo Cooperative Distribution Society to boserve ...

    Article : 364 words
  11. MR. BENT AS A SOLDIER.

    A military parade and service was held at Cheltenham yesterday, in memory of the late Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Thomas Irvine, who dropped dead in ...

    Article : 733 words
  12. CIVIL SERVICE COMPANY.

    Various reports were circulated yesterday as to the extent of the Civil Service Cooperative Company's undertaking. It was stated on trustworthy authority that a ...

    Article : 447 words
  13. THE PHILIPPINES.

    In considering the relations of America, and Japan, the question of the possession of the Philippines is fo special interest. It is noticeale that the movement for ...

    Article : 118 words
  14. PERSONAL.

    Mr. E. R. Cropper, of the Stock Exchange of Melbourne familiarly called the "daddy" of the Exchange, celebrated his 80th birthday on Sturday. At the morning call the ...

    Article : 630 words
  15. CANADA AND JAPAN.

    The recent disturbances at Vacouver, arising out of resentment against the growing settlement of British Columbia by Japanese, have led to a disenssion of the problem ...

    Article : 302 words
  16. INDUSTRIAL UNREST. THE RAILWAY TROUBLE.

    The managing committee of the general federation of trade unions, which represents 700,000 men, in unions which are recognised by the employers, has carried a resolution ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. DISCONTENT AT GEELONG.

    GEELONG, Sunday.—There is not the slightest prospect of the journeymen bakers in Geelong acceding to the demand of the Trades-hall to discontinue work. A ...

    Article : 130 words
  18. A SHOCKING MURDER.

    Scarecly a day passes now but what the prisoner Vere Goold gives some fresh account of the manner in which his unfortunate victim, Madame Levin, met her ...

    Article : 352 words
  19. BOILERMAKERS' BALLOT.

    The serious trouble which threatened to result in the lock-out of 40,000 men in the shipbuilding trade has, fortunately, been averted. ...

    Article : 182 words
  20. EMPLOYERS' POSITION.

    Mr. T. Swift. secretary of the Master Bakers' Association, expressed himself well pleased last night at the reports he had received from the various employers as to how ...

    Article : 211 words
  21. CASE BEFORE THE COURT.

    Sir,—I boserve the letter of Mr. Shannon. solicitor for the Master Bakers' Association, in your issue of to-day, and regret that it is necessary to deny his statement that ...

    Article : 453 words
  22. OUTBURSTS IN CHINA.

    A protest against increased taxation has led to a serious outbreak of disorder at Wuchou, the capital of the province of Kwangsi. ...

    Article : 224 words
  23. BOATING ACCIDENT.

    PERTH, Sunday.—The comptroller-general of prisons yesterday received a telegram from the gaoler of Lyndham stating that Warders Johnstone and B[?]nner were ...

    Article : 198 words
  24. THE KAISER'S VISIT.

    According to the "Vsssi[?]che Zeitung" Prince Bulow, the German Chancellor, will accompany the Kaiser when His majesty proceeds to England on his approaching ...

    Article : 39 words
  25. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    [?] amounts given in estates are gross, and sub[?] to any debts owing by the estates.) Walliam Richey, late of Oak-street, Hawthorn, [?]d on May 26, under a will dated May 1 last ...

    Article : 185 words
  26. UNIONISTS' CASE.

    Mr. G. H. Large, secretary of the Operative Bakers' Society, in reviewing the position last night, said:— "No one regrets the strike more than I ...

    Article : 577 words
  27. GEOLOGICAL CENTENARY

    The Geological Society of London is celebrating the centenary of its foundation. Mr. C. H. Rason, Agent-General for Western Australia, and Mr. R. M. Johnston, of ...

    Article : 107 words
  28. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    The following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's market quotations, based on actual sales of not less than 100 carcases of mutton or lamb or 2[?] quarters of beef of ...

    Article : 541 words
  29. ROBERT REID AND CO.

    The accounts of Robert Reid and Co. Limited, warehousesmen, of Melbourne and London, for the year ended July 19 show a profit of £63.190. A dividend of 10 per ...

    Article : 77 words
  30. WOMEN'S WORK EXHIBITION.

    Even in far Cathay the Women's Work Exhibition has caused an ouburst of female energy. The secretary to the Department of External Affairs (Mr. Atlee Hunt) on ...

    Article : 451 words
  31. WAGES BOARD DECISION.

    Sir,—Would you allow us space to place before your readers a few of the reasons why we decided to uphold the determination of the late wages board fixing the rate ...

    Article : 301 words
  32. ATLANTIC RECORD.

    The new Cunard liner Lusitania, which on her nu[?]iden trip across the Atlantic made an average of 23.01 knots, failed to maintain the same speed on her return trip. She ...

    Article : 64 words
  33. PLOT IN CUBA.

    A plot in which high officers of the Cuban army were concerned has been disclosed in Cuba, and has led to the arrest of three generals. It is understood that they were ...

    Article : 77 words
  34. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales yesterday there was spirited bidding, and prices for everything were firm. The following were the average prices ...

    Article : 156 words
  35. WHY FREIGHTS ARE INCREASED.

    Sir,—I have read with interest your report of the debate on teh alleged monopolies in to-day's issue of your paper, and, so far as I can see, the chief complaint appears ...

    Article : 373 words
  36. STEERABLE BALLOON.

    Count Zeppelin, who has been experimenting with air-ships for years past, has achieved a signal success in Switzerland. He made his air-ship circle around Lake ...

    Article : 56 words
  37. PERSIA'S TROUBLES.

    Persia is about to rise up to expel the marauding bands of Turks who have recently been invading her territory. A number of princes, governors, and high ...

    Article : 72 words
  38. MEN AFFECTED.

    No accurate estimate could be obtained last night of the number of men who had left work. There are about 400 members in the union, and it si thought that 50 or 60 ...

    Article : 119 words
  39. SIR ALEXANDER PEACOCK AND MR. WOOLF.

    Sir,—In "The Argus" to-day there appears a paragraph to the effect that Sir Alexander Peacock was annoyed at my statement. He (Sir Alexander Peacock) then proc[?]ds to ...

    Article : 800 words
  40. BASE COIN.

    The troubles which have beset Abdul Azir, the rightful Sultan of Morocco, in his campaign against Mulai Hafid, the usurping Sultan, have been accentuated by the ...

    Article : 74 words
  41. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted at 31[?]d. per standard ounce, a fall of 1-16d. since yesterday. ...

    Article : 23 words
  42. WORK AT THE BAKERIES.

    Reports received late last night from the suburbs showed that the bakries hitherto on the union list, and at which the wages board rate was recognised, were nearly all ...

    Article : 577 words
  43. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL BUILDING FUND.

    In connection with the Brunswick and Coburg United Friendly Societies' Dispensary, and in aid of the Women's Hospital, a procession of the local friendly societies. ...

    Article : 308 words
  44. A BY-ELECTION.

    An election took place yesterday to fill the vacancy in the representation of the Kirkdale division of Liverpool caused by the death of Mr. David Maclver ...

    Article : 248 words
  45. MR. BENT'S ATTITUDE.

    Mr. Bent declined to discuss the question on Satuday, for he said it was to receive futher consideration at the meeting of the state Cabinet to be held this ...

    Article : 62 words
  46. MINING SHARES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
  47. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Charles Secaly, of Bunyin, labourer, Compulsory sequestration. Causes of insolvency —Sickness of self and wife, paying too much for goodwill of business, and having to ...

    Article : 57 words
  48. FACTORIES ACT.

    The Minister for Labour (Sir Alexander Peacock) stated last night that he was sorry to hear that the extreme step had been decided upon. He also regretted that the men ...

    Article : 157 words
  49. LAW NOTICES.—This Day.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 95 words
  50. [?]OR INVALIDS.

    A safe and gentle stimulant, po[?]ing medicical and dletetio qualities, which are only acquired by age, is found in TEACHERS' WHISKY.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 112 words
  51. CHARITABLE APPEALS.

    I [?]response to Dr. Bevan's appeal on behalf of a special case of distress we have received the following donation:—J. W., 10/. The mayor of Port Melbourne (Councillor A. V. ...

    Article : 92 words
  52. BEGG'S Whisky.

    For 200 years or more the manufacture of whisky has been carried on where Begg's Distallery now stamls, first by si[?]rs and afterwards in a ...

    Article : 47 words
  53. WHAT SUNSHINE

    Is to the unwarmed soil "Wolfe's-Schnapps" is to those with lost appetites and delicate nerves; it is held in high esteem as [?] stimulant.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 30 words
  54. MILO CIGARETTIES

    Are preferred by lovers of good things, Guaranteed hand-made.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 13 words
  55. THE HABIT OF HEALTH.

    The constant use of Pears' Soap.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 11 words
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