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  2. THE TREND OF POLITICS. "SQUEEZING" MR. ASQUITH.

    'A' great demonstration in favour of the granting of the suffrage to women was made yesterday. Ten thousand women suffragists marched ...

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  3. INVENTED INTERVIEW.

    Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh, and Roman Catholic Primate of Ireland, has returned from his visit to the United States, and has been interviewed ...

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  4. KING'S VISIT TO RUSSIA. WOMAN'S DREADFUL PREDICAMENT.

    A startling incident is reported from Reval, where the meeting of the King and the Czar took place. It illustrates how completely the terrorist movement has ...

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  5. GREAT THAMES TUNNEL.

    A new tunnel under the Thames from Stepney to Rotherhithe, which is the latest work of the London County Council, was opened yesterday by the Prince and Princess ...

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  6. GLADIATOR COLLISION.

    A naval court-martial has been held concerning the collision between H.M.S. Gladiator and the American liner Saint Paul, which occurred off the Isle of Wight at the ...

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  7. SQUIRES AGAIN BEATEN.

    A boxing match between "Tommy" Burns, the champion of the world, and the Australian, "Bill" Squires, took place at Paris to-day. ...

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  8. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    The Federal Parliamentary Committee which is arranging for the welcome to be extended to the American fleet in Sydney and Melbourne has decided to present ...

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  9. A TRAITOR TO FRANCE.

    Lieutenant Ullmo, the French naval officer, who was convicted in February last by a Toulon Court-martial of attempting to sell the plans of the fortifications to the ...

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  10. PERSONAL.

    The greatest regret will be felt in all classes of the community at the announcement which has to be made that Janet Lady Clarke is in such a serious state ...

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  11. BOLTING HORSES. A CITY INCIDENT.

    While Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Dennis, of 191 Madeline-street, Carlton, were driving, with their infant child, in a pony cart on Saturday afternoon in Swanston-street ...

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  12. NEW DREADNOUGHT.

    The Navy Estimates, which were published early in the year, provided for only one battle-ship of the Dreadnought class, the remainder of the construction work ...

    Article : 161 words
  13. RESULTS OF THE VISIT.

    The Premier of Russia (M. Stolypin) has granted a press interview, in which he summarises the results of King Edward's visit to Reval. ...

    Article : 102 words
  14. POSTAL PARCELS.

    An amendment has been made in the parcels post regulations between the United Kingdom nnd the United States of America. From July 1 the maximum weight of parcels ...

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  15. A CROP OF ROBBERIES.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.—At a very early hour this morning the inmates of Mr. James Blangdon's residence, Mt.Korong road, were stratled by a noise on the ground ...

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  16. SWAMPING SELF-RELIANCE.

    The Earl of Rosebery, who was elected chancellor of the University of Glasgow on April 1, made a noteworthy speech to-day at the installation ceremony. ...

    Article : 137 words
  17. DYING MAN'S VOTE.

    A fierce fight, which has been waged in the state of New York for several months past on the question of stopping gambling on race-tracks, has ended in favour of ...

    Article : 218 words
  18. PROBLEMS OF INDIA. NATIVE LEGISLATIVE COUNCILLORS.

    A departure of great importance, in view of the persistent demand of British native subjects in India for some share in the administration of the country, is announced ...

    Article : 336 words
  19. ROBBERY AT TIFLIS.

    Following closely upon the murder of the Exarch of Georgin, Tillis, in the Caucasus, has been startled by another sensation. A party of 10 armed robbers entered the ...

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  20. DASH INTO A GULLY.

    EUROA, Sunday.—Councillor Robinson Armstrong, accompanied by Mrs. Armstrong, her sister-in-law (Mrs. Bryant), and child, was, yesterday morning, driving a ...

    Article : 399 words
  21. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTION

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—The election to fill the vacancy in the House of Representatives for the district of Adelaide, caused by the death of the late C. C. ...

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  22. MR. MACKEY ON TOUR. THE LANDS POLICY.

    ST. ARNAUD, Sunday.—Mr. Mackey arrived at St. Arnaud from Wedderburn yesterday, being conveyed here by Mr. G. M'Kechnie's motor-car. He was welcomed ...

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  23. "MORE EFFORT, FEWER BILLS"

    The Prime Minister, Mr. Asquith, reviewed the political situation to-day in a speech delivered at the National Liberal Club. ...

    Article : 175 words
  24. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. CONSOLS.

    Consols closed on Saturday at 87?, or a fall of ? since Thursday. ...

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  25. NEW START IN LIFE.

    The Prevention of Crime Bill, which was introduced by the Home Secretary (Mr. Herbert Gladstone) in the House of Commons[?] on May 27, has passed its second ...

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  26. WORK AND WAGES. ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Certificated Enginedrivers' Association was held in the Trades-hall on Saturday night, the president (Mr. D. Stephen) being in the ...

    Article : 168 words
  27. MINING SHARES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  28. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. MOTOR-CAR AND BICYCLE.

    On Saturday afternoon Harold Parnell, a boy, 13 years of age, was riding a bicycle southward in Nicholson-street, Fitzroy, when he collided with a motor-car, driven ...

    Article : 116 words
  29. OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

    The Liberal press, commenting on the amendments proposed by the Independent Labour party on the Government's old-age pension scheme, characterise them as costly ...

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  30. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LOAN.

    The list of subscriptions for the Western Australian 3½ per cent. loan of £1,000, 000, offered at 97, was closed on Friday. The underwriters receive 93 per cent. of the ...

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  31. QUELLING SEDITION.

    Viscount Morley, Secretary for India, was a guest at a dinner of the Indian Civil Service last evening. In the course of his address, Viscount ...

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  32. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Gordon Nicol, of Merino, grazier, who died on March 20, left property valued at £14,855, consisting of £12,480 realty and £2,375 personalty. By a will dated November 5, 1907, it passes to the ...

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  33. STREET COLLISION.

    A sensation was caused in Flinders-street at half-past 4 on Saturday afternoon, when the Metropolitan Fire Brigade's petrol motor-pump, in essaying to pass ...

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  34. TRIANGULAR TESTS.

    The "Referee," in its last issue, makes an attack on Captain Wynyard, who wrote to the county cricket clubs urging them not to postpone the visit of a South African ...

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  35. 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 25 quarters of beef of ...

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  36. CARTERS' AND DRIVERS' UNION.

    At a meeting of the Carters and Drivers' Union on Saturday it was decided to fall in with a request of the Timber Yard Employees' Association that a conference ...

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  37. OVERTAKEN BY TRAIN.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Leslie Eckart and Peter M'Nelly were walking along the railway line from East Greta to Maitland yesterday morning, when they were overtaken ...

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  38. MINERS' CONDITIONS.

    The International Conference of Miners, which is being held at Paris, has passed a resolution unanimously recommending the appointment of working men as inspectors. ...

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  39. FOUND DEAD ON THE ROAD.

    WYCHEPROOF, Saturday.—Mr. Arthur Samuel Madder, an elderly farmer, residing at Corack, was found by school children dead on the road yesterday afternoon. He was ...

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  40. FRANZ JOSEF'S JUBILEE.

    The Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria-Hungary, who is celebrating the jubilee of his reign, was a spectator of a wonderful historical pageant which was given in his ...

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  41. DUTY OF THE CHURCH.

    An address on "The Church and Social Problems" was delivered on Sunday afternoon by the Rev. T. S. B. Woodfull in the Wesleyan Church, Sackville-street, ...

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  42. TASMANIAN PEARS.

    The shipments of Tasmanian pears by the steamers Somerset and Persic realised from 8/ to 15/ per case. Josephines sold at 17/, and Winternelis at 20/. ...

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  43. DEATH AT A POLICE STATION.

    TRENTHAM, Saturday. — Mounted-constables Kroger and Buckley on Friday evening took a stranger, who had been seen about the hotels, to the local police station. ...

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  44. THE A.M.A. AND POLITICS.

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—The effect of the persistent agitation was disclosed in the counting of the ballot locally on the question that the A.M.A. should become a political ...

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  45. ENGLISH CRICKET. RANJITSINHJI IN FORM.

    Prince Runjitsinhji, the Jam of Nawanagar, has not played cricket to any extent since his accession to the title. This season, however, the Prince is playing in ...

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  46. MINING COMPANIES' METHODS

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—Mr. D. C. M'Grath, M.L.A., speaking at a political labour meeting to-day, made reference to his last Sunday's assertion that of every shilling ...

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  47. STOLEN JEWELS.

    An extensive jewellery robbery was reported to the police a few days ago by Messrs. Abraham Brothers, jewellers, of Birmingham. ...

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  48. PASSENGER JUMPS OVERBOARD.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — An American, named George Conroy, aged 67, committed suicide by jumping overboard from the steamer Mokoia while the vessel was on her ...

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  49. ANOTHER FINE DISPLAY.

    In the match Worcestershire v. Oxford University, G. H. Simpson-Hayward, playing for the former side, scored 105, and in bowling took six wickets for 13 runs. ...

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  50. IMPALED WHILE CYCLING.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A miner named John Morgan Roberts was killed while cycling from the Stanford Merthyr colliery at Kurri Kurri. He came into collision with a cart, ...

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  51. OLYMPIC GAMES.

    An Olympic committee, formed in Canada to choose competitors for the Olympic games, which are to be held in connection with the Franco-British Exhibition, ...

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  52. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Sunday.—The New Zealand Portland Cement Company has decided to increase its capital to £100,000 by the issue of 60,000 new shares.This is being ...

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  53. MALLEE ALLOTMENTS.

    KORONGVALE, Friday. — At the annual smoke-night of the Korongvale branch of the Australian Natives' Association, at which Mr. Mackey (Minister for Lands) ...

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  54. ESKBANK IRONWORKERS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The members of the Eskbank Ironworkers' Association last night came to the unanimous decision not to accept any reduction in wages from Messrs. ...

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  55. THREE ON A PONY.

    WALLAN, Saturday.—As Alice, the 7year old daughter of Mr. William Mason, of Carlton Hill, Wallan, was riding to school on Friday morning, her pony stumbled, ...

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  56. THE NASH CASE.

    Sir,—In your account of the meeting of the parishioners of Christ Church, Geelong, held last night, Mr. Faulkner is reported to have said:—"Mr. Nash was ...

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  57. DISTURBED IRELAND.

    The lawless condition of some districts of Ireland is revealed by a proclamation which has been issued. It declares that the counties of Sligo and Westmeath are in a ...

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  58. WATER SUPPLY.

    Sir,—Now that it is proposed to bring the waters of the "Badger" of "Coranderrk" creek to Melbourne before next summer, I desire to point out that the additional ...

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  59. JUMP FROM A CLIFF.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Early this morning a coat and hat were found on the cliffs not far from the Gap at Watson's Bay. To the coat was pinned the following ...

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  60. TWO CLERGYMEN THROWN OUT.

    YEA, Saturday.—Whilst returning from an induction service at Alexandra, on Friday night, the Revs. W. H. C. Lahore (Yea) and Buntine (Nagambie) were ...

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  61. FELL INTO A LOG FIRE.

    RUSHWORTH, Saturday. — A Dane named Charles Poulsen, residing at Fontainbleau, on Thursday fell into a log fire outside his tent. He had ...

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  62. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The executive of the Newcastle Miners' Federation, at its meeting yesterday, decided that it would be against the best interests of the federation ...

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  63. HIS ECZEMA CURED.

    Disease Had Lasted Over Two Years—Several Remedies and Medical Advice Proved to No Advantage—Feared He would Lose Position—Immediately Relieved, and Permanently Cured by Use ...

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  64. A NEW THOROUGHFARE.

    Owing to the completion of the receiving-house at Royal-park and the approaching compi[?]tion of the Acute Mental Diseases Hospital, near the banks of the Moon[?] Ponds Creek, the question of ...

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  65. EVEN IF IT WERE ONLY

    As a stimulaut, "Wolfe's-Schnapps" has deserved its fame, but its other medicinal qualities stand out equally prominently.— [Advt.] _, ...

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  66. MILO CIGARETTES.

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

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  67. THE HABIT OF HEALTH.

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

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