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  2. THE GERMAN MENACE. War Correspondent's Views.

    Mr. William Maxwell, who is a wellknown was correspondent, and who visited Australia when the Duke of Cornwall opened the Commonwealth Parliament, is ...

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  3. BRITISH ASSOCIATION. Meeting in Australia.

    The congress of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, which is being held at Sheffield, was attended on Friday by the High Commissioner for the ...

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  4. PERILS OF THE SEA. FREIGHT SHIP BURNED.

    A wireless message has been received at the Glace Bay station, Newfoundland, from the liner Devonian, stating that the freight ship West Point, bound from Charleston, ...

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  5. LABOUR MILITANT. Boilermakers Locked Out.

    A strong step has been taken by the Shipbuilding Employers' Federation as a protest against labour disputes being suddenly sprung upon them. ...

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  6. FATAL BOXING MATCH. FIGHT OF NINETEEN ROUNDS.

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—Stepping into the ring well and strong, and fit, as be himself observed,"to fight for a kingdom," "Soldier" Rogers was carried out a dying man after ...

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  7. THE KING.

    A letter appears in "The Times" to-day, signed "Charles Legnurd," suggesting that as the King belongs to the empire he would give a now meaning and a new impulse to ...

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  8. "NOT A SHAM FIGHT."

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—All the railway glut hands in the metropolitan area [?]eased work on Saturday morning and it is now estimited that the number of men on strike ...

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  9. THE DELAYED BURIAL. OFFICIAL INVESTIGATIONS.

    The inspector-general of the insane (Dr. Ernest Jones) had an interview with the Premier (Mr. Murray) on Saturday morning, when he explained to him the results ...

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  10. PERSONAL.

    The Primate of Australia (Archbishop Wright, of Sydney), will pay his first official visit to Ballarat on Friday, September 27. Our London correspondent cables that the ...

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  11. COMMONWEALTH FLEET.

    The torpedo-boat destroyers Yarra and Parramatta, which have undergone their speed trials, have been manned by Admiralty drafts. The Admiralty will ...

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  12. BARQUENTINE WRECKED.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—The British barquentine Helga, Captain Daniel Wall, bound from Newcastle, New South Wales, for San Francisco with a cargo of coal, went ...

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  13. HUMAN GRAMOPHONES.

    Addressing the educational section of the British Association, Sir George Reid warned educationalists against the mere cultivation of memory, which turned children into ...

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  14. ENEMIES OF THE STATE.

    Mr. Roosevelt, who is making a political tour of the United States, spoke at Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday. He said that corruption in business life or violence by the mob ...

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  15. GERMANY'S DESIGNS.

    Commenting on the "Daily Mail" articles, Mr. Robert Blatchford, the Socialist writer, whose warning articles in the "Daily Mail" caused a sensation a few months ago, ...

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  16. CONCEALED CLAWS.

    The soreness felt in Russia over the Austrian annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and over Germany's support of Austria in that matter has not yet passed away. ...

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  17. 40,000 MEN OUT.

    There are 25,000 boilermakers and 15,000 platers, rivet-heaters, and others locked out in the North of England and Scotland. The masters declare themselves to be in dead ...

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  18. NO SERVICE AT GRAVE.

    CRESWICK, Saturday.—At the last meeting of the borough council a complaint was received that a body had been interred in the cemetery without any burial service ...

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  19. NATIONAL SAFETY.

    A movement was inaugurated recently by the Imperial Maritime League in favour of a special loan of £100,000,000 being raised for national defence purposes, and a ...

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  20. CANADIAN NEWS. LACROSSE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA.

    A suggestion has been made by Mr. Hugh D. M'Intosh, the Australian sports promoter, that the New Westminster (British Columbia) lacrosse team, this year's ...

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  21. CAMPAIGN AGAINST MILITARISM.

    A sensation was caused at the International Socialist Congress at Copenhagen on Friday by n speech delivered by Mr. Keir Hardie, the English Labour M.P. The ...

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  22. BRICK PARAPET BLOWN DOWN

    WYCHEPROOF, Saturday.—A sensation was caused in the town to-day by the sudden collapse of portion of the front of Dwyer's Mount Wycheproof Hotel. At ...

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  23. INDIAN SEDITION.

    The bitrer feeling prevailing amongst Indian natives in connection with the sedition prosecutions, which have been carried out by the Indian Government during the past ...

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  24. DRAWBACK ON IMPORTED SUGAR.

    The Canadian Government has conceded a drawback of 99 per cent, on imported sugar which is intended for use in the manufacture of wines. ...

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  25. JAPANESE VESSELS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—News has been received by the French steamer Pacifique, which arrived to-night, stating that the Japanese schooner Nancy, and the sister ...

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  26. VICTORIAN STOCKS.

    Some dissatisfaction has been expressed at the offer of the Victorian Government to holders of the 1926 4 per cent. stock of £2,107,000 to redeem the stock in January[?] ...

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  27. REFERENCES BY MR. JUDKINS.

    Last night's boxing tragedy formed the subjcet of reference by Mr. W. H. Judkins, in the course of an address ot the Alfredhall, this afternoon. In the presence of a ...

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  28. SCIENTIFIC AGRICULTURE.

    A Royal Commission, which was appointed at Ottawa to inquire into the subject of technical education, has presented its report. It finds that Canada has given ...

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  29. ANGLICAN BI-CENTENARY.

    The bi-centenary of the Anglican Church in Canada was celebrated yesterday. Special services were held at Halifax, in commemoration of the first service held in 1711, at ...

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  30. THE GHARRI-WALLAH TURNS.

    The gharri-walls, or native cabmen, of Calcutta, have gone out on strike as a protest against the harshness of the municipal by-laws. Four thousands drivers are out. ...

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  31. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    An important announcement was made at Johannesburg, according to the "Daily Chronicle," by Sir George Farrar, one of the Unionist leaders, who is opposing Mr. H. ...

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  32. STRIKE COLLAPSES.

    After a strike lasting nine months 70,000 employees in the clothing-making trades in New York resumed work yesterday. Ten thousand families among the strikers were ...

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  33. CAPTAIN WASHED OVERBOARD

    WELLINGTON, Saturday.—The Italian ship Beecroft, which left Marseilles on April 7 for The Bluff, arrived after a stormy and eventful passage of 154 days. ...

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  34. THE TANNERY FIRE.

    The premises and machinery of Messrs. D. and W. Gibb, fellmongers, which, together with a quantity of stock, were destroyed by the big fire at Footseray on ...

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  35. ADVENTUROUS GOVERNORGENERAL.

    The Governor-General of Canada, "Earl Grey, has carried out his projected horseback journey from Winnipeg to Fort Churchill, Hudson Bay, along the proposed ...

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  36. ANCHOR FALLS ON LAUNCH.

    An extremely narrow escape from sudden death was experienced by a well-known Williamstown waterman named Danial Norman, on Saturday afternoon. He was attending to ...

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  37. AUSTRALIA IN LONDON.

    LONDON, Aug.5.—Sir Reginald and Lady Henderson are to sail by the Osterley, which will leave Engalnd to-day. The Anglo-Australian community in London had ...

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  38. PARIS MLLLINERS.

    A sinke of milliners in Paris has been marked in extraordinarily disorderly scenes and furious fighting between the gendarmes and the strikers. ...

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  39. TRAIN HELD UP.

    The Colorado Midland passenger train has been held up by bandits, who, however, had a disappointing experience, as they were compelled to [?]ee, and in addition had one ...

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  40. CYCLISTS AND MOTOR.

    Mr. E. T. Williams, of the Melbourne Mansions, brought two injured cyclists in to the Melbourne Hospital yesterday in a motor-car. The men were Arnold De Lacey ...

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  41. TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY.

    The Canadian Northern Railway, which will give Vancouver a second transcontinental railway, will be completed in 1914. The company has coal interests in the ...

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  42. TO THE ANTARCTIC.

    Captain Scott's Antarctic expedition vessel, the Terra Nova, left Cape Town for Melbourne on Friday. ...

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  43. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Patrick John O'Dwyer, or Illowa, former, who died on May 1, left state of the value of £7,514. It consign of realty valued at £6,761, and personally £753, and by a will dated April 20, 1910, ...

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  44. LIST TO STARBOARD.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—In the early hours of yesterday morning, Messrs. Burns, Philip, and Company's steamer Makambo, bound for the islands, was prevented from sailing ...

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  45. MR. NEIL BLACK'S WILL.

    By the will of Mr. Neil Black, of Dalvin, Mount Noorat, near Terang, landed proprietor, which was lodged for probate on Saturday, provision was made for large ...

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  46. THE CONSUMER PAYS.

    Hotelkeepers in Great Britain are not disposed to bear the whole burden imposed on them by the liquor li[?]nse taxation under the new Finance Bill. In many hotels the ...

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  47. NEW YORK'S GROWTH.

    The census which was taken throughout the United States this year has revealed an enormous increse in the population of New York. The total population is now ...

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  48. WONDERFUL FLIGHTS. WORLD'S ALTITUDE RECORD.

    A new world's record for height was established yesterday by a French aviator, M. Morane, at Deauville. His barometer recorded a height of 8,469 feet. ...

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  49. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS.

    The socialist newspaper, "Clarion," referring to the House of Lords decision that it is not competent for labour unions to make levies on its members for the support of ...

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  50. SMALL-POX SUSPECTED.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—When the steamer Kazemba arrived at Port Pirie,from Singapore, this morning Dr. Harris, quarantine officer, ordered her to return to an ...

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  51. VICTORIAN SWIMMER.

    Frank E. Beaurepairc, the Australian champion swimmer, who is now in Finland, was again successful yesterday. He won the 500 metres championship of Finland in ...

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  52. SWIFT JOURNEY.

    Mr. Claude Grahame White, the English airman, is appearing at Boston. Yesterday he flew 5¼ miles in 6min. 5sec. ...

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  53. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. CANADIAN MARKET.

    The question of a Canadian market being afforded for Australian produce is broached by the Vancouv[?] "News Advertiser" to-day. In an article on the subject the ...

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  54. DURALUMIN.

    Messrs. Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, of Barrow, have discovered a valuable alloy, which they have named Duralumin. It is as strong as steel, and is only slightly ...

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  55. TELEPHONE TRAFFIC.

    Reports from Brssbane, telegraphed to the Postmaster-General (Mr. Thomas) [?]how that the telephone traffic in that city has decreased by 25 per cent[?] since the ...

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  56. THE PANAMA CANAL.

    Washington officers are surprised at the comments which have been published challenging the right of the United States to erect fortifications on the Panama Canal. ...

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  57. CHINESE COAL.

    A trial shipment of Chinese coal has been sent to America to test the market. The shipment, which is of 5,000 tons, has reached San Francisco. ...

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  58. DAMAGE BY FIRE. EIGHT SHOPS DESTROYED.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A fire at Temora in the early hours of yesterday morning totally destroyed eight business premises. These were tenanted by Mr. [?]ron, tobacconist; ...

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  59. SHOOTING SENSATION.

    SUNDABERG (Q.) Sunday.—A sensational shooting tragedy occurred in Targostreet, Bundaberg, yesterday in the house of Constable John Irwin and his wife. ...

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  60. DROWNED IN THE BREAKERS.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—Earls this morning a parts to the number of 13 consisting of farmers at Eagleby, and workmen at Eagleby mill, left in a motor-boat for a ...

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  61. REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED.

    A letter published in a Vancouver newspaper to-day directs attention to the necessity for Australian representation. The writer states that a recent consignment of ...

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  62. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    The British Rugby football team which is touring South Africa was defeated on Saturday. The scores were:—South Africa, 21 points; Great Britain, 5 points. ...

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  63. COUNTY CRICKET.

    Surrey sustained a defeat on Saturday at the hands of Leicestershire. The winning team made 144 in their first innings and 300 in their second, while Surrey scored ...

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  64. FOUR BUILDINGS BURNED.

    YARRAM, Saturday.—A fire broke out in Main-street this afternoon, and three business places and a dwelling, together with their contents, were completely ...

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  65. CHARITABLE APPEALS.

    From "Dad Lancaster" we have received 10/ for the fund, which is being raised to provide tor the children of the late Jennings Carmichael. ...

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  66. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    NORFOLK ISLAND, Saturday.—The Pacific cable steamer Iris (Captain Sharpe) arrived at daylight this morning, and [?] for Suva at 5 o'clock this evening, with the following passengers.—Dr. ...

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