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  2. NEW REGIME IN TURKEY ATROCITIES IN ALBANIA.

    The "Daily Chronicle" this morning publishes under reserve a statement by Signor Giovanni Micele, a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, who is acting as war ...

    Article : 97 words
  3. TELEPHONED HEART-BEATS.

    An invention which widens the application of the stethoscope, employing the principles of the microphone and the telephone, has been tested at the London ...

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  4. LIMITING THE VETO. LABOUR SOCIALIST VIEW.

    Mr. J. Keir Hardie, the Labour Socialist leader, addressing a meeting at Ton-y-pandy, Glamorganshire, yesterday, discussed the proposals of the Ministry for limiting the ...

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  5. FEDERAL FINANCE.

    When the new Federal Ministry held its first Cabinet meeting yesterday,the Prime Minister (Mr. Fisher), who is also Treasurer, had an unwelcome announcement to ...

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  6. MONSTER BATTLESHIP.

    The British Admiralty has given orders for the construction, at Barrow in Furness, of a new battleship cruiser,to be named the Princess Royal. The keel of the new ...

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  7. "ON THE EDGE OF THINGS."

    Walhalla's splendid isolation, in the heart of the Baw Baw ranges has been dispelled by the entry of one of the most remarkable railway lines in Australia, and certainly ...

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  8. SESSIONAL PROGRAMME.

    It was only natural that there should be some discussion of the programme for the coming session of Parliament at the Cabinet meeting of the Federal Ministary yesterday. ...

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  9. PERSONAL.

    Queon Alexandra, who has been on a tour of the Mediterranean, and met her brother King George of Greece, at Corfu, has left Corfu for Venice (our London ...

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  10. CAPITAL AND LABOUR. MANCHESTER COTTON TRADE.

    A deadlock appears to have been reached in the Manchester cotton trade, consequent upon the decision of the masters to reduce wages all round by 5 per cent. A joint ...

    Article : 121 words
  11. STATE POLITICS.

    A second caucus meeting of the Ministerial party in the Legislative Assembly will be held at the State Parliament House to-morrow evening, when the discussion of ...

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  12. ABDUL'S NEST EGG.

    The Berlin Provincial Court has dismissed an action brought on behalf of Abdul Hamid, the deposed Sultan of Turkey, against the German State Bank, for ...

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  13. LA MILO ACQUITTED.

    Summing up in the case in which La Milo, her husband (Eggena), and Easton, a motorcar agent, were accused of obtaining jewels from Mr.Wood, jeweller, of Brook-street ...

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  14. ELECTIVE UPPER HOUSE.

    The extreme Radicals denounce the preamble of the Government's new Parliament Bill, which foreshadows an ultimate second chamber elected on a popular basis. ...

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  15. LEGISLATORS' GRAB.

    Members of the Legislative Council of the Transvaal have invoked the aid of the law to prevent the payment by the Government of £300 to members of Parliment as salary ...

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  16. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    There was a good sale at the London wool auctions yesterday, and prices were very firm for all sorts. The following prices were realised for the ...

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  17. WAGES IN AMERICA.

    The decision of several of the largest railroad companies in the United States to increase the wages of their employees was referred to yesterday by Mr. W. C. Brown, ...

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  18. OFFICERS' PERQUISITES.

    Some days ago the Attorney-General(Mr. J. Drysdale Brown) issued a notice to certain highly-paid officers in the Law department ordering them to return forthwith ...

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  19. THE BRADFORD MARKET.

    The Bradford sales yesterday were firm. Merinoes showed an advance of 1/2d. ...

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  20. "UNDESIRABLE IMMIGRANT."

    Great irritation has been aroused in Canadian Labour circles by the news that Mr. John Lyons, vice-president of the Toronto Labour Council, has been detained as an ...

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  21. CAMPAIGN TACTICS. MR. DEAKIN ON SLANDER.

    Before leaving for Sydney yesterday afternoon the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Hughes) made a statement regarding Mr. Deakin's speech at Ballarat, in which the ...

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  22. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. BRITISH BROKEN HILL.

    The report by the directors of the British Broken Hill Company, for the six months ended December 31. 1909. shows that the expenditure for the term was £2,733, ...

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  23. FUNDS FOR IRISH PARTIES.

    Messrs O'Brien and Healy, of the O'Brienite section of the Irish Nationalists, have each received £500 as aid for the "All for Ireland" League from Mr. Chisholm, of ...

    Article : 60 words
  24. SOUTH WALES COLLIERS.

    The ptospect of a serious strike in South Wales is opening up. The enginemen and stokers employed on the anthracite collieries are demanding advanced rates of pay ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND COMPANY.

    The accounts of the Van Diemen's Land Company for the year ending December 31. 1909, show a profit of £10,400. A dividend of 4 per cent, has been declared, and the ...

    Article : 46 words
  26. BY-ELECTION.

    The election for the Crewe division of Cheshire, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr.J. Tomkinson, who was killed in the Parliamentary steepleehase, has ...

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  27. AMERICAN RAILROADS.

    An important series of recommendations were made by President Taft in a message to Congress on January 7. The President urged that increased powers be conferred ...

    Article : 196 words
  28. POISON BY POST.

    Frau Hofrichter, wife of the Austrian army lieutenant who was couvicted of sending poison through the post in attempt to kill off fellow-officers who were a bar to ...

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  29. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat and Flour Af[?]oat.—The quantity of wheat and flour a[?]oat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 4,325,000 quarters, against 4,380,000 quarters a week ago and ...

    Article : 574 words
  30. VOIDED ELECTION.

    The petition against the return of Sir Christopher Furness, Liberal member for Hartlepool, at the general election, has been upheld, and his election has been ...

    Article : 67 words
  31. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    The Equity Trustees Company Limited is applying for the grant of probate of the will and codicils of Dr. Francis George Hamilton, formerly of Tra[?]algar-road, but late of "Consuelo," Burke-road, ...

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  32. AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION.

    The Commonwealth burean of census and statistics has just issued its report upon the vital statistics of Australia for the year 1909. ...

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  33. A LABOUR PREMIER.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—At the meeting of the State. Parliamentary. Labour party this afternoon Mr. Verran was unanimously re-elected leader. ...

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  34. POISON IN THE WINE.

    A sensation has been caused in Paris by an attempt to poison Madame Marguerite Carre, leading soprano at the Opera Comique. Corrosive sublimate was put ...

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  35. TRAGIC MOTOR RACE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—At the Water Police Court this morning Thomas Bushell and Frank Raynton were proceeded against for having furiously driven motor-cars, and F. ...

    Article : 328 words
  36. COMMANDER PEARY.

    Commander Peary has arrived in London to fulfil his engagement to lecture before the Royal Geographical Society on his recent discovery of the North Pole. ...

    Article : 128 words
  37. SMALL-POX. PATIENTS CONVALESCENT.

    Drs. Robertson and Johnson, of the Board of Public Health, who have been at the Quarantine Station since the beginning of the outbreak, ...

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  38. CONSPIRACY ALLEGED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The hearing of the charges in connection with the Beatty will case prosecution was continued to-day, before Mr. Love, D.S.M., in the Water Police ...

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  39. AVIATION.

    The sum of £10,000 which the "Daily Mail" offered for aviation immediately after M. Paulhan had won its £10,000 prize by flying from London to Manchester will ...

    Article : 98 words
  40. ORPHANS' REPROACHES.

    The first execution for many years in Switzerland took place yesterday at Lucerne, when Mathias Muff, convited of the murder of four persons, suffered death by ...

    Article : 68 words
  41. THE OPPOSITION.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Speaking at Northam last night Sir John Forrest, M.H.R., said that notwithstanding the Labour party's strong opposition to the Financial ...

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  42. MARINE DECISIONS. LOSS OF THE GRATITUDE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Court of Maine Inquiry has delivered its reserved desision in the Manapouri-Gratitude collision. It is found that the collision and the loss ...

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  43. QUARANTINE FOR CHICKEN-POX.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—The complaint of the chief engineer of the steamer Navarre, who was reported to have developed small-pox at Bunbury, has been diagnosed as chicken-pox ...

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  44. VETERAN ATHLETE.

    Mr. Edward Weston,who though 70 years of age has accomplished some remarkable long-distance walks, has walked across the American ...

    Article : 70 words
  45. REVENUE RETURNS.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The revenue for the month ending April 30 was £1569,985, an increase of £82,554 compared with the corresponding period of last year. The ...

    Article : 164 words
  46. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Reuter's correspondent at Rome states that Signor Luzzatti, the Italian Premier, proposes the holding of in international congress at Rome in 1911, to adopt ...

    Article : 245 words
  47. SHIPPING NEWS.

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  48. A FALSE ALARM.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—The R.M.S. Ophir arrived to-day, flying the yellow flag, in consequence of a mysterious rash developed by five children during the voyage. The Ophir ...

    Article : 86 words
  49. MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE ABANDONED.

    The Attorney-General has decided not to file a bill against Captain Meaburn, of the Wyreema, who was committed for trial last week on a charge of manslaughter in ...

    Article : 41 words
  50. SCULLING CHAMPIONS.

    A disagreement has arisen between Tom Sullivan, who is training Ernest Barry for his match against R. Arnst on the Zambesi, and Barry's committee of management. ...

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  51. CAUGHT BY SPIKED ROLLER.

    WANGARATTA, Tuesday.—Mr. James Byrne, farmer,of Docker's Plains, had a remarkably lucky escape from serious injury while driving a heavy spiked roller, ...

    Article : 120 words
  52. TURN VEREIN JUBILEE.

    A course of gymnastic displays are included in the current celebrations of the jubilee of the Melbourne Deutscher Turn Vercin. Such a display was given last ...

    Article : 236 words
  53. MISLEADING CHARTS.

    HOBART, Tuesday.—At a meeting of the Hobart Marine Board a letter was received from the manager of the Union Steamship Company, stating that the master ...

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  54. LAW NOTICES(This Day).

    At half-past 10.—In the matter of the Income Tax Acts and in the matter of an objection by the Australian Deposit and Mortgage Bank Limited, &c. (part heard); Bruton v. Farm and Dairy ...

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  55. SOCIETY AND SOLICITOR.

    HOBART, Tuesday.—The Full Court has given its reserved judgment in regard to the case of Mr.R.W.T. Westbrook, solicitor,against whom Mr.Harold Crisp, on ...

    Article : 203 words
  56. WHERE CANDLES WILL NOT BURN.

    SYDNEY,Tuesday.—A doctor, called as a witness to-night before the Water and Sewerago Board Employees' Wages Board, told of a patient whom he had been ...

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  57. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL FUND.

    The Women's Hospital building Fund committee will meet at half past 4 o'clock this afternoon, at the Town-hall,when the Lady Mayoress (Mrs. Burston) will preside. ...

    Article : 136 words
  58. "WOULD RATHER DIE."

    SYDNEY,Tuesday.—Mr. Carr, M.H.R., Labour member for Macquarie, when in Bathurst yesterday, was invited to express his opinions on current politics. He took ...

    Article : 52 words
  59. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Hector Armour and David Roger Armour,trading as Armour Brothers,Geelong, contractors. Liabilities, £559/16/5; assets, £321/14/; deficiency,£238/2/5.Causes of ...

    Article : 60 words
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  62. CHARITABLE APPEALS.

    We have received additional contributions to the land in aid of the children of the late jennings Carmichael as follow:— Balloong, £1/1/; Clare Lyle, £1/1/; A.R.M'L, ...

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