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  2. ALL-RED ROUTE.

    So keen is the Canadian Government on the establishment of the All-red route that it has sent the Deputy Postmaster-General of the Dominion (Dr. Coulter) to Australia ...

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  3. BROKEN HILL TROUBLE.

    BROKEN HILL, Wednesday.—There has been no local development to-day concerning the industrial position. As to the body of Sydney police sent from Sydney, the ...

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  4. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

    The contest for the office of President of the United States was decided yesterday by elections held throughout the States. The result was an emphatic declaration by the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. FRAMING A POLICY.

    Members of the reconstructed state Ministry held their first Cabinet meeting at the Government offices yesterday, and devoted the greater part of the day to the ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General is entertaining the visiting State Governosr at the Princess Theatre this evening. The vice-regal party will include the Governor ...

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  7. THE BALKANS.

    The attitude of Russia in regard to the Bilkans situation is being watched with great interest by the powers concerned. Austria has received the Russian note ...

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  8. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    The further returns of the municipal elections in England and Wales show that the Conservatives gained seats in many of the huge towns, in addition to those mentioned ...

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  9. REBELLION IN TIBET.

    The formal submission of the Dalai Lama to the Emperor of China, which took place a few days ago, has been followed by a starting development at L[?]assa. ...

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  10. "OLD CATHOLICS."

    Archbishop Clarke of Melbourne has been appointed a vice president of the Society of St. Willebrod the purpose of which is to promote close intercommunion ...

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  11. BRITISH IN INDIA.

    The celebration of the 50th anniversary of the late Queen Victoria's assumption of the sovereignty of India was accompanied in Madras by the feeding of 10,000 of the ...

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  12. ZULU CHIEFS.

    The trials of Dinizulu, the paramount Zulu chief, and of his indunas, or head men, on charges of sedition arising out of natue disturbances during 1906 and 1907 have ...

    Article : 96 words
  13. SUFFRAGETTE LEADER.

    Mrs. Hora Drummond, the suffragette leader, who was sentenced to three months' imprisonment a few days ago for advising an attack on the House of Commons, has ...

    Article : 107 words
  14. NAVIGATION BILL.

    The "Daily Chronicle" in a leading article dealing with the points at dispute between the British and Commonwealth authorities in the Nangation Bill now before the ...

    Article : 198 words
  15. IRISH DISORDER.

    Mr. Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, has issued a warning to the Irish newspapers against publishing the intimidatory resolutions, which are being adopted by the ...

    Article : 126 words
  16. GERMAN FINANCES.

    The heavy burden which is already laid on the German taxpayer is to be greatly increased in order to overtake the enormous and constantly growing Imperial deficit. ...

    Article : 95 words
  17. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

    Copies of a report on the prevalence of infectious-disease at the Children's Hospital are to be forwarded by the Board of Public Health to the Children's Hospital ...

    Article : 408 words
  18. VICE-REGAL BALL.

    Their Excellencies the Governor General and the Countess of Dudley entertained a large number of guests yesterday evening it a ball at Government-house. It was ...

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  19. EDUCATION BILL.

    Negotiations have been in progress for some time past between Mr. Runciman, president of the Bond of Education, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, with a view ...

    Article : 188 words
  20. BRITISH SUBMARINES.

    Another instance of the increased attention being shown by the British naval authorities to North Sea defence is afforded by the latest report furnished to the ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. MISS SUTHERLAND.

    Mr Keogh, P.M., has reported to the Chief Secretary (Mr. Mackey) that the charges made against Miss Selina Murray Macdonald Sutherland by the committee of ...

    Article : 519 words
  22. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

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  23. GREAT BRITAIN'S DEBTS.

    Mr. John Burns, President of the Local Government Board, announced in the House of Commons yesterday that the local debt of the country was £564,645,200 as ...

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  24. WATERCRESS FROM DRAINS.

    In a letter to "The Argus", a correspondent states that, while shooting at the V.R.A. matches, at Williamstown, a few days ago, he noticed a an carrying a full ...

    Article : 193 words
  25. STAGE SENSATION.

    The engine of the "Midnight Mail," which nightly careers across the stage of the Kings Theatre caught fire list night through the heating of a plug in the ...

    Article : 86 words
  26. SILVER.

    Bar silver was quoted to-day at 23d. per ounce standard, a fall of 1-16d. since yesterday. Lead.—Tuesday's closing quotations were ...

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  27. SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Sir Everard im Thurn, Commissioner of the Western Pacific and Governor of Fiji, who arrived to-day en route to England, spoke in the ...

    Article : 305 words
  28. MINING SHARES.

    The following prices represent the lowest and highest range of values on the Stock Exchange yesterday, and from them the middle prices may be computed:— ...

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  29. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    Nearly 1,000 acres of good land at Kee[?] bundoora, on the Plenty-road, within 10 milese of Melbourne, have been purchased by the state Government, on behalf of the ...

    Article : 123 words
  30. BILLIARDS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The billiard match between C. Memmott and F. Lindrum, jun., for the championship of Australia, ws continued to-day under more pleasant weather conditions than ...

    Article : 243 words
  31. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat.—A cargo of 15,000 quarters South Australian or Victorian wheat, JanuaryFebruary shipment, has been sold at 36/4[?] per 480lb., cost, freight, and insurance. ...

    Article : 65 words
  32. H.M.S. COMMONWEALTH.

    The Lord Mayor of Melbourne (hon. treasurer) acknowledges with thanks receipt of the following donations:- Amount previously acknowldged.... £60 17 0 ...

    Article : 166 words
  33. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Jane Hageman, widow, Sterry-street, Bendigo. Causes of insolvency—Want of employment, insufficient income, and pressure of creditors Liabilities, £38/13/5; ...

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  34. KETCH OVERTURNED.

    HOBART, Wednesday.—A 40-miles anhour gale blew over Hobart this afternoon. It had the efteet of capsizing the ketch Olive, owned bh Pybus Brothers. The ...

    Article : 139 words
  35. CHARITABLE APPEALS.

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  38. TERRIER NURSES KITTENS.

    YARRAWONGA, Tuesday. — At the residence of Mr. Ryan, the other day, a terrier slut and a cat gave birth to young. The puppies were taken away from the ...

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  39. THE BURNING BORE.

    BRISBANE Wednesday. — There are no new developments in connection with the Roma boro fire. The flames are still raging, and the roar last night was terrific ...

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