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  2. THE BUDGET.

    The Budget for 1909-10, which had been rejected by the House of Lords, was reintroduced in the House of Commons yesterday by Mr. Lloyd-George, Chancellor ...

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  3. DEFENCE OF THE EMPIRE. KITCHENER AND CANADA.

    An explanation of the fact that Lord Kitchener has not visited Canada on his voyage homeward from Australia is given by the Ottawa correspondent of the "Daily ...

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  4. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Gibson Carmichael, attended by Mr. Victor Hood, private secretary, will leave Melbourne on Saturday on a visit to Mr. and ...

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  5. VICE-REGAL VISITS. DAYLESFORD AND DISTRICT.

    TRENTHAM, Wednesday.—A State car attached to this morning's train from Melbourne carried His Excellency the State Governor (sir Thomas Gibson Carmichael), ...

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  6. RUBBER BOOM. PRICES STILL RISING.

    The price of rubber continues to increase. Best raw rubber has risen 6d. a pound during the past fortnight, the average price being 12/5. Manufacturers are contracting ...

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  7. WONDERFUL FLIGHT.

    An astonishing eross-country flight was made on an aeroplane yesterday by M. Farman and M. Paulhan, the daring aviatorwho lately gave performances in the United ...

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  8. MARKING TIME.

    Mr Deakin and the Fusion Ministry have resigned, and the Governor-General has accepted their resignations and sent for Mr. Fisher, the leader of the Labour party. ...

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  9. SATARA WRECKED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— The BritishIndia steamer Satara was wrecked this afternoon the Edith breakers, near the Seal Rocks, north of Newcastle, and it is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. FORTUNES IN BORNEO.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—Burns, Philp. and Co.'s steamer Mataram arrived last night from Singapore via ports. On board there appeared to be only one topic of ...

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  11. "WHITE SLAVE" TRADE.

    The trial of Albert Wolter, a youth of 18, on the charge of the murder of Ruth Wheeler, opened in New York yesterday. The jury has been empanelled as the resuit ...

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  12. CANADA'S NAVY.

    When the Canadian Navy Bill reached the committee stage in the Dominion House of Representatives the Opposition criticised the purchase by the Government of the British ...

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  13. WELCOME TO DAYLESFORD.

    DAYLESFORD, Wednesday.—His Excellency the Governor arrived by special train at half-past 2 p.m., and was met by the mayor (Dr. Trewhella), the borough ...

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  14. IMPERIAL ARMIES AND FLEETS.

    Sir George Reid, High Commissioner for Australia, was a guest of the Municipal Corporations at dinner last night. Replying to the toast of his health, he said that all ...

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  15. "THE AUSTRALASIAN,"

    The devastation wrought by the great timber-yard fire at Clifton Hill is seen from three points of view in the current issue of "The Australasian." A panorama is ...

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  16. WEDDING PRESENTS.

    In New York to-day a wedding took place in millionaire circles which created a vast amount of interest. The wedding presents were a remarkable feature, probably ...

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  17. NAVAL MANŒUVRES.

    British naval manœuvers have been begun in the North Sea. One hundred vessels are to take part, including eight Dreadnoughts. The manuœuvres are to continue for a ...

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  18. ANTWERP WOOL SALES.

    The Antwerp wool sales opened yesterday. There was a large attendance of buyers, and bidding was animatced. Prices showed an all-round advance of 5 centimes upon ...

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  19. PERSIAN DISORDER.

    A party of Pension brigands, which has been giving a gieal deal of trouble in the couutry southward of Ispahan, has been broken up. The party numbered 500 men, ...

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  20. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. BANK SHARES, &c.

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  21. LONDON BANK.

    The London Bank of Australia Limited for the year ended December 31,1909, shows a balance of £106,306 at the credit of profit and loss. This is inclusive of £21,587 ...

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  22. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    The fall from power of Speaker Cannon, who has been described as an incubus on American politics, is followed by the sensational announcement that Senator N. W. ...

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  23. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Ann Dunks, of Merlon-crescent, Albert-park, widow, who died on February 2, left estate of the value of £11,303. It consists of £4,610 realty and £6,693 personalty, and by a will dated ...

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  24. CHINESE RIOTS.

    The riots at Changsha, in China, which arose in consequence of the establishment of a corner in rice, are now subsiding. It appears that the three missionaries ...

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  25. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 24 5-16d. per ounce standard, a fall of ½d. since yesterday. ...

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  26. MINING SHARES.

    The range of prices on the Stock Exchange yesterday for the stocks mentioned was as follows, and the middle prices may be computed from the quotations given:— ...

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  27. TYPHOID FROM FARMS. HEALTH BOARD'S PRECAUTIONS.

    A report received by the Board of Public Health, at its meeting yesterday, stated that 58 cases of typhoid were reported as having been supplied with milk from a certain ...

    Article : 254 words
  28. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Captain E. G. Rason, formerly British Resident in the New Hebrides, read a paper on the "History of New Guinea" hefore the Colonial Institute on Monday ...

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  29. MELBOURNE TRUST.

    The Melbourne Trust Limited on December 31, 1909, had the credit of profit and loss the sum of £27,333. The directors have declared a dividend of 4d. per share, and ...

    Article : 95 words
  30. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    The race problem in South Africa was discussed yesterday by ex-President Stejn, in a speech delivered in the Congress of the Orangia Unie. He said thal if raciilism ...

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  31. WAR-SHIP FOR SALE.

    The reorganisation of the Turkish fleet suggested to Germany a possible moans of getting rid of the cruiser Blucher, 14,760 tons, which represents an isolated type. ...

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  32. MERCANTILE BANK ASSETS.

    The directors of the Mercantile Bank Assets Company Limited have given notice of their intention to redeem the entire debenture stock of the company in May. ...

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  33. SHOT ON SON'S GRAVE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A telegram from Gulgong states that Thomas Hornsey, the father of Reginald Hornsey, a dentist, who shot himself on March 15, was found in the ...

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  34. PENNY POSTAGE.

    A deputation of members of the House of Commons interviewed the PostmastcrGeneral (Mr. Herbert Samuel) yesterday, and urged the institulion of penny postage ...

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  35. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    The President of the Legislative Council (Sir Henry Wrixon) will, on Monday, May 16, issue writes for the election of members to serve in the place of the 17 retiring ...

    Article : 76 words
  36. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

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  37. A MARKED INCREASE.

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  38. EIGHT HOURS DAY. SLAUGHTERMEN AGGRIEVED.

    Discontent exists among members of the Butchers' Union engaged in the slaughtering brunell of the trade at the determination of the employers that they shall work ...

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  39. LINK WITH THE NORTH.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—An important forward sten in the direction of constructing a transcontinental railway through Western Queenbland to link up Port Darwin ...

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  40. FORGED PICTURES.

    The story of the alleged victimisation of Mrs. Paine, a wealthy American lady, who was Induced by Count Aulby Deglatigny, of Tours, to give £40,000 for ...

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  41. INFANT LEFT IN CHURCH.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A female infant about three weeks old was found to day by the caretaker of St. Francis's Roman Catholic Church Haymarked, inside the altar rail. ...

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  43. SIX RUNAWAY HORSES.

    MILDURA, Wednesday.—Early this morning a horse attached to a cart belonging to Mr. O'Reilly, butcher, bolted. The drivers of several carts belonging to other ...

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  44. ORANG-OUTANG FOR SYDNEY.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday,—On board the s.s. Mataram, which arrived yesterday from Singapore, is a fine specimen of an orangoutang, which Mr.Hardwick, of Borneo, ...

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  45. ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON.

    Among those who have promised to attend the Eight Hours Anniversary luncheon next Monday are Messrs. Fisher, M.H.R., and Prendergast, M.L.A., the respective leaders ...

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  47. PLAGUE RAT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—plague rat found to-day in a Clarence-street store, near Darling Harbour. This is the first infected rat that has been found for several ...

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