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  2. COMMERCE CONGRESS.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Commerce Congress worked with a will yesterday. Delegates were confronted with a business-sheet covering about 40 subjects, but they ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General, Earl Dudley, has intimated to Mr. Padley, the governor of the Guild, that he will be pleased to become an associate of the Early ...

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  4. PITH OF THE CONGRESS.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—To-day the Congress of Chambers of Commerce of the Empire brought its labours to a close. Appended is a summary of the principal resolutions ...

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  5. DEATH OF SIR THOMAS BENT. REMARKABLE CAREER CLOSED.

    General and sincere regret will be felt at the death of Sir Thomas Bent, M.L.A., ex-Premier of Victoria, which occurred at his residence, Bay-street, Brighton, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS.

    The State funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon. A short service will be held in the Brighton Town-hall at half-past 2 o'clock, and the cortege will leave the ...

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  7. MINISTERS' REFERENCES.

    BALLARAT, Friday.—The death of Sir Thomas Bent was made known to the Premier (Mr. Murray) to-day, while on a visit to Ballarat. Mr. Murray remarked that the ...

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  8. PARLIAMENT IN PROFILE.

    After the short repose following Friday night's late sitting, members were red-eyed and listless when the House of Representatives met yesterday morning. Only two ...

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  9. MR. GRAHAM.

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Graham) said he had been very much shocked at the sad news. As one of the oldest members of the Legislative Assembly, he had ...

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  10. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

    A special State "Government Gazette" was issued yesterday afternoon, announcing the death of the ex-Premier. The Victorian public offices will close this ...

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  11. MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCE.

    During the day innumerable telegrams and letters of condolence were sent to Mrs. Bleasby. Sir Thomas Bent's daughter, and to the State Premier's office. ...

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  12. MR. WATT.

    "I was shocked at the suddenness of the death of Sir Thomas Bent," said the Treasurer (Mr. Watt). "Undoubtedly, he was a man who played a very prominent part ...

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  13. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    George Shaw, of Collins-street, Melbourne, gentleman, who died on August 23, left estate of the value of £33,712. It consists of £1,380 realty and £32,332 personality, and by a will dated March ...

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  14. "HE LOVED VICTORIA."

    BENDIGO, Friday.—Spearing to-night at the Congregational Church, the Rev. Dr. Bevan referred to the death of Sir Thomas Bent, and said that no one ever loved ...

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  15. AIRSHIPS IN WAR. GERMAN MILITARY OPINION.

    Despite the opinion of the Kaiser, German military authorities are still sceptical as to the value of Zeppelin's airships for war. They consider that airships are still ...

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  16. CHARITABLE APPEALS. DESERTED AND DESTITUTE.

    Sir,—In reference to a letter in to-day's issue, it is high time surely that out legilsators saw to it that the laws were amended to deal with a brute who would desert his wife under such ...

    Article : 286 words
  17. ITALIAN DIRIGIBLE.

    An Italian military airship made its appearance yesterday at Bracciano, 20 miles north-west of Rome. The ballon remained aloft two and a half hours, keeping along ...

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  18. PARLIAMENTARY TRIBUTES.

    Upon the meeting of the House of Representatives yesterday, Mr.J. Cook, acting leader of the House, said:—I wish to say with what deep regret ...

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  19. KING LEOPOLD.

    King Leopold of Belgium, whose financial difficulties and domestic relations have been at different times the subject of much comunent, has decided to sell his ...

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  20. THE MOORE FAMILY.

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  21. "THE AUSTRALASIAN."

    A fine group that will prove very attractive to those interested in the commerce of the empire is that given in the town edition of "The Australasian," depicting ...

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  22. A NECESSUTOUS FAMILY.

    Sir,—We would be grateful if you would accept denations on behalf of a consumptive who has a wife and four little ones, the eldest but 7. Even with assistance, and after paying rent, firewood. ...

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  23. NEW SOUTH WALES. HONESTY TOWARDS EMIGRANTS.

    Mr. T. A. CoghLan, Agent-General for New South Wales, has issued a circular to the emigration agents of the United Kingdom, warning them against the publication ...

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  24. IMPORTED PORK.

    The Local Government Board has accepted a label and fire-brand, consisting of the letters N.S.W. in a circle, which were submitted by the Agent-General for the ...

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  25. TO-DAY'S PROPERTY SALES.

    Tuckett and Styles.—At John-street, East Brunswick—House property. W. H. Edger.—At West-street; Preston—Villa and college properties. ...

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  26. WOOLBUYERS' STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Another dislocation of the wool trade in Sydney took place today, but it is expected to be only temporary, and to be ended before the next auctions, ...

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  27. BOOM IN RUBBER.

    Indiarubber is selling nt 8/ a pound, compared with 5/ early this year. The boom is due to its increased use for electrical appliances and motor tires. ...

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