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  2. LADY DUDLEY. CRITICAL DAY PAST.

    Her Excellency the Countess of Dudley, who underwent a serious operation on Thursday morning spent a restless day on Sunday, but an improvement was ...

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  3. RONALD V. HARPER.

    Considerable interest was manifested in the proceedings it the City Court yesterday, when the hearing was commenced of the conspiracy charges arising out of the ...

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  4. CONQUEST OF THE AIR. ACTIVITY IN GERMANY.

    German enterprise in airship-building is still a feature of aeronautics. Herr Anton Border, an engineer of Treves, in Prussia, is constructing an iron air cruiser weighing ...

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  5. SAYONARA CUP. THIRD HEAT YESTERDAY.

    Perhaps no race for the Sayonan Cup has ever started in circumstances in which the skippers of both challenger and defender would have given more to know exactly ...

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  6. THE FEDERAL LEADER.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—It is generally admitted that Mr. Deakin's visit it to Queensland has commenced the last stage of the federal fight in this State. From ...

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  7. MURRAY WATERS. COMMISSION'S REPORT.

    The Royal commission appointed in May, 1909, to impure into the flow of the River Murray and its tributaries, and the principles, which should govern the division of ...

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  8. FORM COMMITTEES.

    The Fusion Ministry has enunciated a Federal policy. You wish to see that policy translated into law. ...

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  9. ATTRACTING IMMIGRANTS.

    After mature consideration by the State Cabinet, it has been decided that Mr. M'Kenzie, the Minister of Lands shall accompany Mr. Elwood Mead in his mission ...

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  10. LATEST BULLETIN.

    On inquiry this morning it was learned that Lady Dudley passed a good night, and is progressing satisafatorily. ...

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  11. BIPLANE FALLS TO EARTH.

    A Siemens-Schuckert biplane sustained a disastrous fall at Bornstedt-Erfed, in Germany. The motor driving the biplane failed when 50ft. above the earth, and just ...

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  12. BRITISH POLITICS.

    An important statement was made on Saturday by Mr. J. Keir Hardic, member for Merthyr Tydvil, who represents the extreme section of the Labour party, in ...

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  13. KING EDWARD.

    It has been remarked in Biarritz, since the arrival there of King Edward at the end of last week, that His Majesty is looking excellency well. ...

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  14. FREE LABOURERS' RIGHTS. INDUSTRIAL REPRESENTATION.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Judge Heydon, in the Industrial Court to-day, decided that free labourers should have representation on the Waterside Workers' Wages Board. ...

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  15. PERSONAL.

    Sir John Madden, chancellor of the Melbourne University, will open the St. Vincent's Hospital as a clinical school at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John ...

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  16. LABOUR DISPUTES. BRITISH ENGINEERING TRADE.

    Trouble is threatening in the engineering trade of the north-west coast, similar to that which laid the yards of the northeast coast of England idle for many ...

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  17. GERMAN RELATIONS.

    In a speech delivered by him at a banquel held in connection with the East Asiatic Society at Hamburg, Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of the Kaiser, who ...

    Article : 370 words
  18. NORTHERN COUNTIES' MINES.

    The question of the shifts introduced in the Dirham and Northumberland coal mines under the eight hours' system remains unsettled. ...

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  19. MR. NEWTON MOORE.

    The Premier of Western Australia (Mr. Newton Moore), who is at present on a visit to England has, in tht course of an interstew, given his impressions upon questions ...

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  20. AMERICAN RAILROADS.

    A new difficulty has arisen in connection with the threatened railway strike in the Western States of America. Reuter's Chicago Agency reports that 30,000 firemen, ...

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  21. UNITED STATES COAL MINES.

    Mr. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers of North America, threatens to call a strike of workmen as regards the hard sorts of coal, unless an increase of ...

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  22. THE MEN'S ATTITUDE.

    A meeting of the Whart Labourers' Union has been convened for Wednesday night to take the position into consideration. There is talk of the wharf labourers ...

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  23. AMERICA AND CANADA.

    Though the tariff negotations between representatives of the United States and Canada, held at Ottawa, were without result, it is believed that President Taft will ...

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  24. KIEL DOCKYARD.

    The workmen in the Impenal dockyard at Kiel are distuibed by the announcement of the director that 600 men must be dismissed owing to the Reichstag having failed ...

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  25. MILLIONAIRE'S SUICIDE.

    After a quarrel with his wife, who is a sister of the wife of President Taft, a Pittsburg millionaire, named Laughlin, has committed suicide. He was reputed to be worth ...

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  26. LONDON WATER SUPPLY

    The Metropolitan Water Board, the body which has purchased and now carries on the undertakings of the eight London water supply companies, proposes the adoption ...

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  27. A.N.A. CONFERENCE.

    ECHUCA, Monday.—Over 200 delegates to the A.N.A. conference arrived here to-night. Mr. Ostrom, president of the Echuca branch of the A.N.A., and Mr. Wright, ...

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  28. THE RACE.

    For once Mr. Marks found himself beaten at the start. Mr. Parker, on the inside berth coming down to the line, kept Culwulla away nicely, and rounding the lightship, crossed the ...

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  29. NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD

    The accounts of the Norddeutcher Lloyd Company for the year ended December 31, 1909, show a profit of £1,644,950. This sum is three times that of 1908, but after ...

    Article : 114 words
  30. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Catherine Bourke, of Pakenham, widow, who died on January 24, left estate of the value of £9,961. It consists of £5,555 realty, and £3,506 personalty, and by a will dated April 24, 1900, ...

    Article : 256 words
  31. OVERSEA FLEETS.

    Mr. M'Kenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, in reply to a question by Mr. A. H. Lee, Unionist member for Fareham, has stated that the Dreadnoughts contributed ...

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  32. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    At Half-past 10.—Webb v. Syme and Co. (part heard); Dickason v. Edwards and others SUPREME COURT. Banco Court. ...

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  33. BALKAN STATES.

    A most important development, affecting the future of the Balkan States, has arisen out of the recent visit paid to Russia by King Ferdinand, of Bulgaria. King ...

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  34. NOISY BOXING CROWDS.

    The Premier (Mr. Murray) yesterday expressed sympathy with the complaint which has been made regarding the annoyance and harm caused to patients at St. ...

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  35. DELIBERATE DERAILMENT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Another attempt to derail a train it Katoomba was is made last night is the train from Mt. Victoria entered Katoomba station the front wheels ...

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  36. CHARITY BALL.

    The funds of the Carlton and Draids' stall for the forthcoming Women's Hospital bazaar should be materially increased by the result of the plain and faney dress ball ...

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  37. PUBLIC TRUSTEE.

    Mr. Charles John Stewart, the public trustee, whose department was created on January 1, 1908, reports that it is now self supporting. Its purpose is, following the ...

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  38. LABOUR MEMBERS' DISSENT.

    The labour members on the commission have signed the following statement of dissent:— "We dissent from the view that successful ...

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  39. PICTURE OF THE RACE.

    An animated picture of the race in the three events for the Sayonara Cup, taken on the official boat, will be shown to-night at Olympia in connection with Spencer's Theatrescope Company. ...

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  41. SHIRE PRESIDENT KILLED.

    MELTON, Monday.—Councillor William Robinson, president of the Melton shire, met, with an accident which ended fatally. On Saturday a horse he was ...

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