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  2. THE COLLISION. PROGRESS OF INQUIRY.

    Interesting developments occurred yesterday in connection with the Richmond railway disaster. The inquest was opened at the Morgue in the morning, and, after ...

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  3. AERONAUTICS. ACTOR ON THE WING.

    Mr. Robert Loraine, the well-known actor, who made a sensational flight in a storm from Bournemouth to Alum Bay, in the Isle of Wight, on Saturday, returned on his ...

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  4. RAILWAY STRIKES[?] CANADIAN GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.

    A great railway strike has been declared in Canada. The employees of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway went of Detroit went out, being dissatisfied with the wages ...

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  5. BRITISH POLITICS. VETO CONFERENCE.

    The "World in this week's issue asserts that the party conference on the veto question has established a basis of agreement which can be adopted without loss of ...

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  6. KING GEORGE.

    The coronation of King George, it has been arranged, with take place in June next. The actual date for the ceremony remains to be fixed. ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Gibson Carmichael visited Mr. T. Carter's exhibition of pictures in Cromwell-buildings yesterday. His Excellency purchased a ...

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  8. SIXTEEN MINERS FALL 20 FT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A sensational accident occurred this morning in the Metropolitan Colliery, Helenshurgh, on the south coast. Three men were seriously hurt ...

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  9. MECHANICS WANTED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The dearth of labour in the building trade came prominently before the Master Builders' Association to-day. A communication was ...

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  10. THE LATE KING.

    The "Quarterly Review" publishes a remarkable article on the character of King Edward. The article is of exceptional value as it is based on private papers in the Royal ...

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  11. MR. BOYLE'S INJURIES.

    The Hon. Alan Boyle, youngest son of the Earl of Glasgow, who was injured by a fall while neroplaning, is still unconscious. ...

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  12. NAVAL ESTIMATES.

    Statements haveing been made that the Government supplies of cordite are deficient, Mr. M'Kenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, took the opportunity of declaring ...

    Article : 69 words
  13. AVIATOR'S FEE.

    Mr. Claude Grahame-White, one of the best known English airmen, who made a plucky attempt to capture the "Daily Mail" prize for the flight from London to ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. KING EDWARD MEMORIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 27 words
  15. LORD KITCHENER.

    The position of Lord Kitchener is still a subject of curiosity. Questioned yesterday in the House of Commons by Mr. T. G. Bowles (Liberal ...

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  16. ZEPPELIN'S ILL-LUCK.

    Ill-fortune continues to pursue Count Zeppelin, whose large passenger air-ship was wrecked a few days ago. An explosion destroyed portions of Zeppelin's gasworks at ...

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  17. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.

    A deputation representing the Victorian Storekeepers' and Traders' Association waited on the Premier (Mr. Murray) yesterday to advocate alterations in holidays. ...

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  18. ACCESSION OATH.

    A meeting of 40 Scottish members of the House of Commons, representing both parties, after hearing the views of a deputation from the Scottish churches and the Knox ...

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  19. BOWS AND BELLES.

    The matter of rivalry in personal adornment has caused intense excitement among a section of the girls employed at Mac Robertson's confectionery works at Fitzroy, ...

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  20. CANADIAN AFFAIRS. EXTERNAL TRADE.

    The Ottawa correspondent of "The Times" reports that Canada's imports for the first quarter of the fiseal year were valued at £21,876,000, and exports at ...

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  21. COLLISION IN IRELAND

    A serious railway accident happened yesterday at Birr, King's County, Ireland. Portion of an excursion trun from Roscrea, Tipperary became accidentally ...

    Article : 71 words
  22. CORONER'S ADDRESS.

    The inquest regarding the Richmond railway disaster was opened at the Morgue yesterday by the city coroner, Dr. Cole. It was deemed necessary that the jury ...

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  23. SYMPATHY IN AMERICA.

    As a result of the strike of conductors, brakemen, and switchmen on the Central Vermont Railroad, in the United States, work on the entire system is at a ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. THE CROPS.

    The crops in the North-West of Canada are bad in some places and fairly good in others. Those in Ontario, Quebee, and the Martime provinces are above the average. ...

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  25. AUSTRALIAN FINANCE.

    A gathering of editors of London financial newspapers took place in London to-day at the Commonwealth offices, in order to listen to an explanation by Sir George ...

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  26. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    William Manson, of Sale farmer, who died on May 2 left estate of the valeu of £24,078. It consists of £22,966 realty and £1,112 personalty, and by a will dated July 27, 1895, is left to his widow ...

    Article : 117 words
  27. PREFERENCE TO GREAT BRITAIN.

    Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of Canada, who is making a western tour, received a petition yesterday from the farmers of Winnipeg, favouring reciprocity with the United ...

    Article : 71 words
  28. COUNTRY TRAIN SERVICES. DECENTRALISATION PROPOSALS.

    A deputation representing the exccutive of the Victorian Decentralisation League brought a number of questions that were considered at the last meeting of the league ...

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  29. PENNSYLVANIA SYSTEM.

    The Pennsylvania railroad employees, who have settled their dispute with the Company, have obtained a 10 hours day, with full pay for part of a day worked. ...

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  30. AUSTRALIA IN LONDON.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—The Premier, Sir Newton Moore, who returned from London yesterday, was entertained by the mayor and corporation of Perth, at a ...

    Article : 152 words
  31. DUTIES ON MACHINERY.

    In the course of a speech at Brandon, Manitoba, Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that the American tariff admitted agricultural implements free, but the duty on parts of ...

    Article : 91 words
  32. AN ENGLISH DISPUTE.

    The dismissal of a shunter on one of the railway lines at Newcastle-on-Tyne has given offence to the members of the Railway Servants' Union, who have struck work ...

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  33. [?]CENE OF ACCIDENT.

    When the opening proceedings of the inquest connected with the disaster had been concluded yesterday the jury drove to Richmond for the purpose of inspecting the ...

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  34. RAILWAY BUILDING.

    The necessity of pushing on the construction of the mountain section of the Canadian Grand Trunk Pacific Railway is recognised by the Government, which proposes ...

    Article : 76 words
  35. CAMDEN-ROAD MURDER.

    The police remain without a clue to guide them in their search for Crippen, who is suspected of murdering his wife in February and burying her body in a coal cellar. ...

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  36. INDIAN FUGITIVE.

    A curious question has been raised by the action of Vinaijak Savavkar, an Indian student, who attempted to escape from the R.M.S. Morea at Marseilles, while on the ...

    Article : 239 words
  37. DEATH OF MR. ANDREW DAWSON.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—Mr. Andrew Dawson, who until recent years was one of the political labour leaders of Australia, died this morning, aged 47 years. He had ...

    Article : 557 words
  38. INEFFICIENT MILITIA.

    General Sir John French went to Canada a few weeks ago to investigate the Canadian military situation, in which the same way as Lord Kitchener investigated that of ...

    Article : 152 words
  39. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    In the House of Commons yesterday Mr. A. Hamersley, Unionist member for Woodstock, asked whether Mr. Asquith would assent to the appointment of a committee ...

    Article : 142 words
  40. DISEASE AND FUMIGATION.

    A case of interest to landlords and house agents, and the first prosecution in the State under section 140 of the Health Act, came before Messrs. Hooper and Collings, ...

    Article : 270 words
  41. CHORISTERS' UNION.

    Trouble in the "industry" of theatrical choristers is threatened. Last month an application for registration under the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act ...

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  42. THE PRIZE FIGHT.

    The city aldermen of New York have received an application for permission to exhibit the elnematograph films of the Jeffries-Johnson fight, and have referred it ...

    Article : 85 words
  43. WAR IN NICARAGUA.

    The United States Government has not yet resolved upon intervention in the Nicaraguan civil war. Owing to the demonstrations which are being made against ...

    Article : 69 words
  44. PLUMAGE BIRDS.

    A bill prohibiting the sale of plumage and skins of certain wild birds was introduced in the House of Commons yesterday by Mr. Perey Alden, Liberal member for ...

    Article : 138 words
  45. IN THE SIGNAL-BOX.

    Slowly, one by one, the party ascended the winding staircase lending to the signalmen's room. Here the very atmosphere seemed to tell that serious work was on ...

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  46. STATE BY-ELECTION.

    GEELONG, Wednesday.—The nomination of Albert A. Austin, grazier, of Larundel, Elaine, for the vacancy in the Legislative Council, caused by the resignation ...

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  47. LIBERAL ORGANISATION.

    Sir,—The article on the above subject in "The Argus" of Thursday last was timely and forceful. It is clear, is you point out, that, unless the Labour party is to rule this ...

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  48. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    The Senators who have arranged to pay a visit to the Federal capital site at Yass-Canberra will leave Melbourne at 5 o'clock on Monday afternoon next. A special ...

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  49. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day.)

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—Geelong Harbour Trust Commissioners v. Maritime Insurance Company Limited (part heard). Practice Court. ...

    Article : 157 words
  50. Advertising

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  51. FREIGHT ANOMALIES.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday.—The Progress Association to-night decided to take action with a view to securing a more equitable adjustment than at present obtains in ...

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  52. COTTON "SQUEEZE."

    The sudden advance of five dollars per bale which occurred on the American cotton market has returned enormous profits to those who manipulated the "squceze." ...

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