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  2. AMERICAN TARIFF. APPLTCATION OF MINIMUM.

    The "Economist," in an article dealing with the United States tariff, says that the maximum tariff may be used against Canada owing to the reciprocity treaty between ...

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  3. RAILWAY BRIDGE DISASTER.

    An appalling railway accident is reported from Ontario,Canada.An express train running to Sudbury,an important junction on the Canadian-Pacific railway,was ...

    Article : 204 words
  4. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    Speaking at Carnarvon, in Cape Colony, Mr.John X.Merriman, Premier of the Colony, made important references to the South African Union. He said:—"We ...

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  5. THE GOAL STRIKE. BOWLING ON TRIAL.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The hearing was continued to-day, befoie Judge Rogers, in the Industrial Court, of the case against Peter Bowling, who is charged with ...

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  6. THE BRITISH ELECTIONS KEEN INTEREST MANIFESTED.

    A summary of the result of the pollings taken in connection with the general elections revcals the following state of parties:— ...

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  7. LORD KITCHENER.

    PERTH,Monday.—Lord Kitchener received an enthusiastic welcome on landing at Fremantle this morning.Over 3,000 people gathered at the wharf to catch a ...

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  8. SEARCH FOR THE WARATAH.

    The Premier (Mr.Murray)yesterday received from the Premier of Natal a message in reply to the request that the Natal Government should assist in every way in the ...

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  9. SHORTAGE OF COAL.

    Owing to want of coal the production of cement has had to be stopped at the Portland Cement Company's works, at Richmond, which are owned by Mr. David ...

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  10. DISTRICT FOOTBALL.

    The announcement in"The Argus"on January 10 that an informal committee of the Victorian football League had drafted a scheme for the institution of district ...

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  11. COASTAL SHIPPING.

    An encouraging feature of the strike is the recommissioning of several coastal steamers, which have been laid up in Melbourne, with their crews paid off, for some weeks past. ...

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  12. CHINESE RAILWAYS.

    The difficulty with respect to the construction of the Hankow-Szeehuan railway,it is stated in advices received from New York,has now been settled. ...

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  13. THE NEW COMET.

    The new comet, which was first observed at Johannesburg last week, has since been plainly seen in many parts of England, Southern Europe, and Egypt. The ...

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  14. MR. ASQUITH SPEAKS.

    While some of his colleagues are speaking in very definite language of what the Government will do in the future, the Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith) is much more ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. SULPHIDE CORPORATION.

    BROKEN HILL, Monday.—The Central Mine Sulphide Corporation, with a view to conserving supplies, has resolved to limit development work, and from this week the ...

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  16. THE £100 FINES.

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.—The time allowed the 13 members of the delegate board for the payment of the £100 fines imposed by judge Heydon in the Industrial Court, ...

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  17. BUDGET TO PASS.

    Speaking at Torquay about the intentions of the Government with respect to the Budget, Mr. Winston Churchill, President of the Board of Trade, said, "The ...

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  18. FLOODS IN FRANCE.

    Disastrous floods are reported from Trance,large areas of that country suffering from the overflow of the rivers.Several streets in the city of Paris are flooded,and ...

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  19. AID FOR STRIKERS.

    The Trades-hall strike fund has reached a sum of £3,330. Among recent collections is £19/7/4, which was got at the massed band concert at Prince's Court, on Sunday, and ...

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  20. THE CENSORSHIP. BANNING OF NOVELS.

    The action of the Circulating Libraries' Association in declining to circulate novels which are regarded as pernicious has drawn a protest from Mary Gaunt (Mrs. H. L. ...

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  21. PERSONAL.

    Sir George Reid, the High Commissioner, arrived in Melbourne yesterday by the R.M.S. Orvieto. In the evening he was entertained at dinner by the Australian Club. ...

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  22. WORK OF THE WAGES BOARDS.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Acting Premier was very emphatic in saying to-day that, in spite of every denunciation, the wages boards, both in the north and the south, ...

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  23. PICKETING RESUMED.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Picketing at the Pelaw Main Colliery, Kurri Kurri, has been resumed About 50 men are working at that colliery, but it is stated that only ...

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  24. THE CORRIMAL MINERS' BAND.

    The Corrimal Miners' Band, which has been playing for some time in Melbourne and collecting funds for the men out of work, have forwarded £50 to the strike ...

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  25. STRAUSS'S "SALOME."

    The censor of plays has banned the performance of "Saloinc," the famous opera by Richard Strauss, which was to be performed at Covent Garden. ...

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  26. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE PRIME MINISTER.

    BALLARAT, Monday.—At a meeting of the committee of the Commonwealth Liberal League to-night consideration was given as to the date on which the Prime Minister ...

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  27. ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Enginedrivers' and Firemen's Association held a meeting at the Trades-hall, and resolved—(1) That the district council should deal with ...

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  28. EXPLOSION IN A ATUNNEL.

    News has been received from New York of a disaster in a tunnel,resulting in the loss of the lives of 15 persons.A number of workmen were engaged in excavating a ...

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  29. LATIN AMERICA.

    The New York correspondent of "The Times" states that the active commercial policy of Mr.Knox, United States Secretary of State in South America,has resulted in ...

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  30. HOME RULE.

    Speaking in Dublin on the progress of the eclctions and the attitude of the Liberal Government towards Home Rule, Mr. John Redmond, leader of the Nationalist party, ...

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  31. WANNON.

    BRANXHOLME, Monday.—Mr. M'Dougall, M.H.R., addressed the electors of Branxholme on Saturday night last in the local hall, about 100 persons being present. ...

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  32. SAYONARA CUP.

    Yesterday Messrs.Dixon and Allee visited Williamstown to inspect Snyonara The boat has now been well scraped down, and,proving to be well dried,has received ...

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  33. WHARF LABOURERS RESUME.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—To-day the wharf labourers resumed work, in accordance with the determination come to at Saturday's meeting. The stevedores do not appear to ...

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  34. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    An important step has been taken by the Earl of Minto, Viceroy of India, in seeking the aid of the ruling princes of India to combat the sedition which is being stirred ...

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  35. BUILDING COLLAPSES.

    Six persons were Killed in a remarkable manner at Charleroi.While a train was passing a large building beside the line suddenly.collapsed.The falling debris was ...

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  36. MERNDA.

    RIDDELL, Monday.—Mr. J. J. Kenneally is making a vigorous campaign in this district, and has held successful meetings during the post week in the adjoining places ...

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  37. COAL FOR WATERWORKS.

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.—At to-day's meeting of the Hunter District Water Supply and Sewerage Board, the president (Mr. Percy Allan) reported that 150 tons of small ...

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  38. JUDGE SCHOLES'S BOARD.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The board appointed by the Industrial Court to inquire into the working conditions of the northern miners, met at Newcastle this ...

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  39. WORLD'S WHEAT SUPPLY

    The International Institute of Agriculture, which is sitting in Rome,has divided the countries of the world into geographical zones, in order to facilitate the collection ...

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  40. TEMPERANCE CRUSADE.

    The Russian Government, which possesses the exclusive right of the sale of vodka, a most profitable monopoly, has given evidence of a strong objection to interference ...

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  41. RIVERINA.

    YARRAWONGA, Monday.—Mr. Chanter, the Labour nominee for Riverina, addressed a meeting of 50 electors at Mulwala this evening, Mr. Charles Mercer presiding. ...

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  42. DEAR MEAT. THE AMERICAN BOYCOTT.

    The boycott in the use of meat as a protest against the prices being charged for beef is extending rapidly, till it now includes a million persons, and is proving effective. ...

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  43. ANGLICAN ADMINISTRATION.

    BENDIGO,Monday.—Referring this evening to the article in"The Argus"on Satarday,in which suggestions were made for improving the efficiency of the Anglican ...

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  44. COMMONWEALTH LIBERAL PARTY

    Federal electors are invited to attend the Albert-hall, 129 Queen's parade, Clifton Hill, to-morrow, at 8 p.m., when Mr. Mauger, M.H.R., Miss Fourdrinier, and others will ...

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  45. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The range of prices on the Stock Exchange on Friday for tho Waihi Grand Junction was 33/1—35/. ...

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  46. THEFT OF STORES.

    A story of theft,said to have been committed by the stewards of an Atlantic liner, is sent by Router's correspondent from Hamburg.Thirty-eight of the kitchen and ...

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  47. THE SENATE.

    HAMILTON, Monday.—Albert Binkey, one of the selected labour candidates for the Senate, addressed a large meeting in the town-hall to-night, the mayor (Councillor ...

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  48. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat and Flour.—The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is ostimated at 2,675,600 quarters,against 2,675,000 quarters a week ago and 2,280,000 ...

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  49. ASSASSIN'S FATE.

    The trail of the vonth Voskressenski, who assassinated Colonel Karpoff,chief of detectives,at St.Petersburg,has concluded and Voskressenski has been ...

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  50. COAL FROM INDIA.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The steamer Quito, with the first consignment of coal from India for the Government, was due to-day, but up to a late hour the vessel had not ...

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  51. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    Following the adoption of the Rugby game of football in France, the practice of International matches between British and French teams has been established. ...

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  52. GOVERNMENT TAKES A HAND.

    The monophy which the American Beef Trust has established in the United States, and has resulted in putting up the price of beef to a point which has forced the ...

    Article : 124 words
  53. ORGANISATION WORK.

    WINCHELSEA, Monday.—Mrs. Felstead, organiser on behalf of the Political Labour Council, visited Winchelsea last week, and made a house-to-house call on the ...

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  54. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    [The amounts given in estates are gross, and subject to any debts owing by the estates.] John Nelson, late of Weering, grazier, who died on December 8 [?] [?] [?] [?] ...

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  55. TASMANIAN CAMPAIGN.

    HOBART, Monday.—The Liberal League of Tasmania has made the following nominations:—Senate.—Senators Dobson, M'Farlane, and Mulcahy. House of ...

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  57. COAL FROM CALCUTTA.

    Extensive shipments of coal from Calcutta continue to arrive here at intervals. The latest vessel so laden to enter an appearance is the Baron Eldon, which reached ...

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