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  2. THE STATE PURSE.

    The amount of money to be distributed among charitaboe institutions by the State this year is £102,540. The Treasurer (Mr. Watt) has been engaged with the chief ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    Her Majesty the Queen, our London correspondent cables, has completed one stage of her Mediterranean tour in the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert. The Queen and ...

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  4. ALL HANDS SAVED.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The story of the sinking of the British India Company's s.s. Satara, and the rescue, in sensational circumstances of hte whole ship's company ...

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  5. LORD KITCHENER. AUSTRALIAN SCHEME.

    The High Commissioner for Australia (Sir George Reid) has issued Lord Kitchener's memorandum on Australian defence to the London press. Several fiewspapers printed ...

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  6. BUDGET IN THE COMMONS.

    The resolutions sanctioning the Budget proposals for 1909-10 were before the House of Commons yesterday. They were the occuston of a lively debate, members of the ...

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  7. NEW MEMBERS.

    Every day brings fresh faces to the Labour room at Federal Parliament house. There are so many new members from so many different parts of the Commonwealth that ...

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  8. HEROES OF JAPAN.

    The heroism displayed by the officers and crew of the Japanese submarine, which foundered during manœnvres off Hiroshima, has been revealed by a strange discovery. ...

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  9. MARK TWAIN.

    The condition of Mark Twain (Mr. S. L. Clemens) is causing grave anxiety. A few days ago Mr. Clemens had a heart attack, which was said to have been caused ...

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  10. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    Lieutenant-Colonel E. M. Greene, Minister of Railways, in Natal, has appeared for the formation of a non-party provisional Ministry, under South African Union. He ...

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  11. AN EYE FOR THE GIRLS.

    Lord Kitchener has sailed from New York on his return voyage to England. In connection with his departure, great head-lines were printed by the "yellow" ...

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  12. MR. ROOSEVELT.

    Father Janssen, a Belgian priest in Italy, has been ordered to resign the offices he holds in the Vatican and to retire into a monastery because he wrote spontancously ...

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  13. CANADA'S WARSHIPS.

    The Canadian Naval Defence Bill was read a third time in the Dominion House of Commons yesterday, the voting being I[?] to 70. ...

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  14. NEW YORK SENSATION.

    A great sensation marked the trial in New York yesterday of Albert Wolter for the murtler of Ruth Wheeler. The evidence of the doctors who had mode the ...

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  15. WHY HE OMITTED CANADA.

    Surprise having been expressed that Lord Kitchener, after reporting on the Australian and New Zealand military defence problems, was not also invited to ...

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  16. BRITISH IN CHINA.

    Sir Robert Bredon, who has been acting inspector-general of Chinese Customs since the departure of Sir Robert Hart in 1908, has retired from the service, owing to ...

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  17. MINE EXPLOSION.

    A disastrous explosion occurred yesterday in the Mulga mine, near Birmingham, Alabama. Forty miners were entombed, and it is reported that 25 are dead. ...

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  18. ISSUE OF STOCK.

    When the South Australian Treasurer (Mr. Butler) stated a few days ago that the Government was not offering any loan in London, and that probably the recent ...

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  19. RUFFIANISM IN ITALY.

    There has been an extraordinary increase of hooliganism in Milan lately. The frequency of crimes of violence has caused the police to organise armed patrol bands, ...

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  20. THE TYPHOID OUTBREAK. SEVENTY-TWO CASES.

    Reports received by the Board of Health authorities yesterday showed that the number of cases of typhoid in which the source of infection is considered to be milk from a ...

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  21. OIL AND RUBBER.

    The Stock Exchange boom in rubber and oil continues. Nine new companies, with an aggregate capital of £2,400,000, were issued yesterday. ...

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  22. POWERS OF ARBITRATION COURT.

    At the beginning of his address on behalf of the claimants in the case of the marine stewards, and pantrymen in the Commonwealth, Court of Conciliation and ...

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  23. AUSTRALIAN APPLES.

    The Australian apple shipments by the Orontes and Suevie have arrived in better condition and quality than those shipped by earlier steamers, but are still much ...

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  24. THE ORIGINAL PATIENT.

    Referring to the fact that the origin of the recent outbreak of typhoid in Melbourne had been traced to a dairy, Mr. S. S. Cameron, head of the dairy ...

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  25. MR. NEWTON MOORE.

    Mr. Newton Moore, the Western Australian Premier, has made a busy tour of the Midlands, and is now in Norwich. He has been lecturing on the attractions of ...

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  26. ANTWERP WOOL SALES.

    The Antwerp wool sales closed yesterday. Merinoes and fine crossbreds were unchanged, ordinary crossbreds being neglected. Of 6,784 bales of La Plata offered ...

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  27. FOOTBALLERS IN WAR.

    Dr. J. Ramsay Webb, who is an Australian about to pay a visit to England, expressed a candid opinion of the sport of his natise country at a send-off gathering ...

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  28. HORSES FOR WAR.

    M. Haldane, Secretary for War, was questioned by Colonel Harrison-Broadley, Unionist member for the Howdenshire division of Yorkshire, East Riding, in the House ...

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  29. THE LAST OF MAHONGA.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Mahonga, the well known prize jumper, aged over 20 years, won his last event and died in action at Grafton Show to-day. He took his ...

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  30. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 24½d. per ounce standard, a rise of 3.16d. since yesterday. ...

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  31. HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.

    ECHUCA, Thursday.—The annual conference of the Hibernian Australian Catholic Benefit Society was continued to-day. Brother J. P. Kelly, District President, ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—Meetings of the Ministerial and Labour parties in the State Parliament were held to-day. The Premier (Mr. Peake), who has been ill for a long ...

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  33. 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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  34. TREPANG LUGGER'S QUEST.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.—A singular incident occurred last night, of which the sequel is still unknown. Mr. A. Brown, a son of the late Mr. V. V. Brown, left at ...

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  35. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Our London correspondent cables that Madame Antonia Dolores, the well-known concert singer, has started for Australia, travelling via the United States. She ...

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  36. THOMAS BROWN AND SONS LIMITED.

    Thomas Brown and Sons Limited, general merchants and warchousemen, of Glasgow and Brisbane, show a profit for the year ending December 31 of £21,866. A ...

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  37. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat.—The American visible supply east of the Rocky Mountains is estimated at 55,146,000 bushels, against 55,195,000 bushels a week ago and 55,077,000 bushels ...

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  38. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    At Half-past 10.—Chamber business. First Civil Court. (Before Mr. Justice Hodges.) At 10 O'clock.—Petch v. Bear (part heard). ...

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  39. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Joseph Martin, of Rhianva, Punt-road, South Yarra, gentleman, who died on March 13, left, by a will dated February 10, 1897, personal estate in Victoria of the value of £15,762 to his widow ...

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  40. FIRE IN SMITH-STREET.

    An outbreak of fire at No. 202 Smith-street, Collingwood, last night, destroyed over £2,000 worth of boots. The premises are occupied by Mrs. Mary Ransom ...

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  41. TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALES.

    To-day's auction soles are as follow:—Messrs. Beauchamp Brothers, at their rooms, Collins-street, household furniture; Mr. James A. Wise, at his rooms, Collins-street, household furniture; ...

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  42. PLUCKY LITTLE FELLOW.

    GEELONG, Thursday.—Early this morning a lad named Trank Cashmore, son of a farmer at Staughtonvale, was brought into the hospital suffering from a gunshot wound ...

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  43. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    The following private advices have been received:— By Coldsbrough, Mort, and Company Limited, dated April 20:—"Tallow.—Prices are unaltered ...

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  44. CORPSE IN A TREE.

    LONGREACH (Q.), Thursday.—Michael Ballard, a boundary-rider on Galway Downs, has been missing for some time. Floods in the Cooper presented a search ...

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  45. SMALL-POX.

    Cheering news continues to come from Dr. Robertson, who is in charge of the quarantine station. The five patients are making excellent progress, and no new cases have ...

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