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  2. STATE POLICY. MINISTRY AND SUPPORTERS.

    The members of the State Ministerial party resumed their meeting at State Parliament-house last night, in furtherance of the negotiations to arrive at an ...

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  3. MINER'S HEROISM. OTIRA TUNNEL INCIDENT.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.— Reports have come to hand of the heroism of George Pitts, one of the men entomhed by the second fall of rock at the Otira tunnel. ...

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  4. PEACE OF THE WORLD.

    Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Christiania yesterday. They were met and welcomed at the station by the King and Queen of Sweden and driven through ...

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  5. WORK AND WAGES. IMPROVED CONDITIONS.

    In his presidential address to the members of the Iron and Steel Institute yesterday evening, the Duke of Devonshire combated the assertion of the socialists that manual ...

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  6. THE KING AND POLITICS.

    The actions of the Ministry were defended last night by Sir Edward Grey, Secretary for Foreign Affairs, in a speech delivered at Oxford. ...

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  7. MADAME MELBA.

    Madame Melba, who has been occupied since her return to Europe in making arrangements for a grand opera tour of Canada and Australia, has arrived in ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Our London correspondent cables that His Majesty the King has given an audicnce to Mr. Newton Moore, Premier of Western Australia. ...

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  9. THE CONSTITUTION.

    Some 10 years ago the Trades-hall Council passed a resolution providing that in the altered conditions of the time an amendment of the State constitution was ...

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  10. THE NEW REGIME.

    DANDENONG, Thursday.—Representative residents of all the centres of the Flinders electorate attended a smoke concert in the Dandenong Town-hall to-night in ...

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  11. A GERMAN CONTROVERSY.

    A remarkable controversy is being carried on in Germany regarding the question whether trades union action has really benefited the workers, or whether the increased ...

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  12. LORD ISLINGTON.

    Mr. W. Hall Jones (High Commissioner for New Zealand) held a reception this afternoon, at the Westminster Palace Hotel, to meet the new Governor of the ...

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  13. PEARY IN LONDON.

    Commander Robert E. Peary, who led the last American expedition to the North Pole, lectured last night at the Royal Albert-hall, under the auspices of the Royal ...

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  14. BRITISH INQUIRY.

    A dozen members of the Labour party, including Messrs. Barnes and Henderson (members of the House of Commons), have started for Germany, where they will make ...

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  15. FATAL LANDSLIDE.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—A landslide at Omoana, Taranaki, buried a man named Wilson. Two other men, Morris and Collins, were severely injured while ...

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  16. FIREBALL EXPLODES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A thunderstorm, accompanied by heavy rain, passed over the city to-night. In George-street west, a flood was caused owing to the ...

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  17. PENSIONS EOR WORKMEN.

    The Steel Corporation of the United States has established a workmen's pension fund of 8,000,000dol. This fund will be consolidated with Mr. Carnegie's fund, ...

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  18. GREAT FIRE IN JAPAN.

    The "Morning Leader" publishes news of a disastrous fire at Omori, in Northern Japan. All the public offices, three banks, and 8,000 houses were devastated, and ...

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  19. AMERICAN POLITICS.

    Discussing the situation that has arisen in American politics through the ascendency of the insurgent Republicans who revolted against the domination of Speaker Cannon ...

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  20. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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  21. PORT OF LONDON.

    Lord St. Aldwyn, a former Chancellor of the Exchequer, who was appointed to hear objections to the schedules of rates prepared by the new Port of London Authority, has ...

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  22. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. CONSOLS.

    Consols closed yesterday at 81?—an advance of ½ since Saturday last. ...

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  23. LEGISLATORS' GRAB.

    Though steps were promptly taken by members of the Legislative Council of the Transvaal to invoke the law in opposing the payment to members of the Legislative ...

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  24. THE COMET.

    As Halley's comet sweeps from its perihelion towards the earth its brilliancy and apparent size increase day by day, and it becomes each morning more worth ...

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  25. CANADIAN POLITICS.

    The Canadian Parliament was prorogued yesterday. This being the last occasion on which Earl Grey, the retiring Governor General, will perform the ceremony, it was ...

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  26. MINING SHARES.

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

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  27. M.C.C. TEAM.

    The Marylebone Cricket Club has decided to send a team to New Zealand in 1911-12, provided that the New Zealand Cricket Association pays the expenses of the ...

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  28. CANADIAN LOAN.

    A new Canadian loan of £5,000,000, bearing interest at 3½ per cent., has been issued in London at 99½. The loan is redeeniable in 1950. ...

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  29. AUSTRALIAN DEEP LEADS LIMITED.

    The Australian Deep Leads Limited have approved of a scheme to reorganise the company, and to make provisions for acquiring the Maikop oil property, in Southern ...

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  30. ALBANIAN REVOLT.

    It is reported that the small town of Dinkova, in Northern Albania, is in the hands of the insurgents; and that a Turkish battalion from Ipek proceeding to Diakoava ...

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  31. POPULAR LADY KILLED.

    MURCHISON, Thursday.—Mrs. Gregory, wife of Mr. E. J. Gregory, merchant, lost her life while out driving to-day. Accompanied by two friends—Mrs. Prettyjohn ...

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  32. LONDON'S EXHIBITION.

    Fianl preparations are being made for the Japanese British Exhibition, which will he opened by the Prince of Wales on Thursday next. One thousand Japanese workmen are ...

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  33. ELECTIONEERING TACTICS.

    Many thousands of persons qualified to vote for the Council have during,the last few days received a publication entitled "The Land-owners' Gazette." As there is ...

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  34. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat.— The American visible supply cast of the Rocky Mountains is estimated at 47,485,000 bushels, against 52,094,000 bushels a week ago, and 49,140,000 bushels ...

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  35. TYPHOID FROM MILK. "CARRIER" UNDER TREATMENT.

    No new cases of typhoid were reported to the health authorities yesterday as due to impure milk from the quarantined dairy farm. It is hoped that the last of the cases ...

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  36. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Sir George Reid has arranged that Professor Wyndham R. Dunstan, director of the Imperial Institute, shall represent the Commonwealth at the forthcoming ...

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  37. SMOKE-HELMETS USED.

    Early yesterday morning an outbreak of fire required the attention of the fire brigade at No. 69 Swanston-street. The premises are owned by Sir Samuel Gillott, and ...

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  38. BRITISH PAINTERS.

    The Royal Academy has elected as academicians Mr. Arthur S. Cope (associate 1899) and Mr. C. Napier Hemy (associate 1898). Mr. Adrian Stokes, who has ...

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  39. AUSTRALIAN APPLES.

    The fruit brought from Australia by the R.M.S. Otranto was generally good, and less spotted than some previous shipments. The market was firm. The following prices ...

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  40. DETECTIVES' ALLOWANCES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A few days ago a number of the detectives attached to the metropolitan district applied to the inspector-general of police. Mr. Garvin, for a ...

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  41. BEER DRINKING.

    The Emperor William, in the course of an address, in Alsace, yesterday, spoke in terms of censure of the beer-drinking habits of students, which prevail ...

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  42. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    The following private advices have been received:— By Goldsbrough, Mort, and Company Limited:— "Tallow.—Prices show a decline of 6d. per cwt. ...

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  43. OVER-CONFIDENCE.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—At the declaration of the poll for the Brisbane division to-day Mr. Finlayson, the successful Labour candidate, said that the ...

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  44. SYMPATHY WITH DAIRYMEN.

    GEELONG, Thursday.—At the meeting of the agricultural society this afternoon reference was made by Mr. Lane to the outbreak of typhoid in Melbourne. A man's ...

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  45. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Frederick George Docker, of Bontherambo, near Wangaratta, gentleman, who died on March 9, left estate of the value of £36,221. [?]consists of £31,507 realty and £4,714 personalty, and by a will dated ...

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  46. TWENTY TRUCKS ESCAPE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—An accident occurred last night in connection with the coal loading operations at the M'Myler hoist at Newcastle. While a line of ...

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  47. SERIOUS TRAMWAY BLOCK.

    Great inconvience was caused to many residents of Richmond last night by the strading of a tramway cable, and the consequent stoppage of the whole of the tram ...

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  48. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    George Lisvock, of Casterton, labourer. Causes of insolvency:—Loss of stock and pressure of creditors; liabilities, £180/4/3; assets, £93; deficiency, £87/4/3. Mr. E. ...

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  51. ELEVEN TENANTS DIE.

    PERTH, Thursday.—A house in which 11 persons have died from consumption in three tenancies extending over a few years, has been thoroughly disinfected. ...

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