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  2. FEDERAL CAPITAL

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  3. COUNTRY PARTY.

    The Country party in the Legislative Assembly yesterday held its first formal meeting at the State Parliament-house for this session. About a dozen members were ...

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  4. LABOUR UPHEAVALS. Obedience to the Executives.

    The question which was submitted to the boilermakers in the north of England regarding the powers which they were willing to place in the hands of their executive, in ...

    Article : 119 words
  5. GOLD ROBBERY.

    A mysterious gold robbery has been committed on the steamer Humboldt during a voyage from Fairbanks, Alaska, to Seattle. A large quantity of gold dust was shipped ...

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  6. SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM.

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  7. AN ERRAND OF EMPIRE.

    A certain proportion of Scotland's population has a disposition to roam, and an endeavour is being made to induce people who are determined to leave that country to ...

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  8. LORD DUDLEY.

    FREMANTLE, Tuesday.—When questioned to-day regarding the rumours current here respecting Lord Dudley's retiremeut, Captain Hore Ruthven, who is a ...

    Article : 142 words
  9. CANADIAN LABOURITES.

    A labour congress, attended by delegates from all over the Dominion, is being held at Fort William, Ontario. Among the subjects for discussion is the formation of a ...

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  10. BRITISH POLITICS. CONSERVATIVE, OPEN-AIR CAMPAIGN.

    An open-air campaign of Great Britain, organised by the Conservatice party, will be opened on Monday next. Forty-two vans, equipped with speakers and supplies of ...

    Article : 59 words
  11. AIRSHIPS AS TARGETS.

    The use of specially-constructed howiters against air craft was tested at Plymouth yesterday. Dummy dirigible balloons and aeroplanes were flown from the ...

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  12. PERSONAL.

    Admiral Sir Reginald Henderson and staff left Fremantle for Adelaide by the R.M.S. India yesterday. The remains of Mr. W. Holman Hunt, ...

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  13. NEED FOR LOYALTY.

    This point was urged by Mr. J. Haslam, Labour member for Chesterfield, who is presiding over the Trades Union Congress at Sheffield. In his opening address, Mr. ...

    Article : 177 words
  14. LAND TAX FORMS.

    The complaints of land-owners of the enormous number of forms which it is necessary to fill in under the new land valuation regulations have been noted by the Chancellor ...

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  15. GREAT FIRE IN RUSSIA.

    A terrible fire has occurred at Tsaritsyn, in Southern Russia. Three hundred houses in the suburb of Kavkas have been destroyed, and 4,000 people are homeless. The ...

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  16. THE EMPIRE'S PRESS.

    A feature of the conference of the Institute of Journalists, which is being attended by 70 delegates from the overseas dominions, was a welcome by the Lord Mayor and ...

    Article : 184 words
  17. LURED TO LONDON.

    Th trial of Aldo Antonius Cellis, aged 29, described as a Swiss money-lender, and Alexander Benard, or Nicolini, 25, stated to be a French motor-car fitter, on charges ...

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  18. Unwelcome Chairman.

    An unpleasant incident marked the proceedings yesterday at the congress at which five hundred delegates are in attendance. The Lord Mayor of Sheffield (Earl Fitzwil ...

    Article : 88 words
  19. CLERK OF PARLIAMENTS.

    The appointment of a successor to Sir George Jenkins as Clerk of Parliaments on his retirement this month is likely to become a question of some political ...

    Article : 231 words
  20. BOILERMAKERS' LOCK-OUT.

    The request for a conference of shipbuilding employers made by representatives of eighteen allied trades to consider the claims of the locked-out boilermakers is due, it ...

    Article : 156 words
  21. WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE.

    A deputation from the council of the Working Men's College will wait upon Mr. A. A. Billson, the Minister of Education, at half-past 11 o'clock this ...

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  22. FESTIVAL OF EMPIRE.

    The secretary of the Royal Life-saving Society (Mr. W. Henry), who has left on a visit to Australasia, has been deputed by Lord Desborough to arrange with the ...

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  23. A "HARMLESS SHOW."

    The films of the Jeffries-Johnson fight at Reno, which have been prohibited in many parts of the world, were shown at the National Sporting Club last night. ...

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  24. ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA. LECTURES AT SEA.

    For the purpose of imparting to new settlers some practical information regarding Australia and its resources, a series of carefully-prepared lectures, ...

    Article : 330 words
  25. A Six Weeks' Struggle.

    The officials of the boilermakers' societies on the Tyne r[?]kon that the struggle will last about six weeks. They argue that if their representatives draw up a proposal for ...

    Article : 57 words
  26. CANADIAN REGIMENT.

    The Queen's Own Regiment, 600 strong, which was brought across from Canada by its colonel (Sir Henry Pellatt) at his own expense, is in training at Aldershot. At ...

    Article : 419 words
  27. BOLD BRITISH SPIES.

    The arrest of Lieutenant Helm, of the German army, while sketching the fortifications at Portsmouth, followed so closely upon the charges of espionage against the ...

    Article : 91 words
  28. Mr. Buxton may Intervene.

    The impression is growing at Sheffield that Mr. Buxton, president of the Board of Trade, will be asked to assist in obtaining a settlement. ...

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  29. MEAT COMBINE.

    Action has been taken against three of the leading firms of American meat packers, Messrs. Armour and Co., Swift and Co., and Morris and Co., of Chicago. ...

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  30. OSBORNE JUDGMENT.

    Referring to the agitation by the Sheffield labour demonstration on Saturday against the Osborne judgment, the "Standard" to-day says that if it stands payment of ...

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  31. THE LATE MR. F. R. GODFBEY.

    A memorial service to the late Mr. F. R. Godfrey was held at St. Paul's Cathedral yesterday morning, prior to the interment of the body in the St. Kilda Cemetery. The ...

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  32. MR. F. S. GRLMWADE'S WILL.

    The estate of the late Mr. T. S. Grimwade, of the firm of Felton, Grimwade, and Co., was lodged yesterday for probate. The deceased gentleman died on August 4 ...

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  33. INDIAN SEDITION.

    The Indian law student Vinaijak Savarkar, who, while being conveyed to India by the R.M S Morea for trial on a charge of sedition, escaped, and momentarily ...

    Article : 105 words
  34. PURE FOOD.

    According to Reuter's Agency, the executive of the International Pure Food Congress, at a private conference held in Paris, decided to hold the next congress in England ...

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  35. COTTON MILL DISPUTE.

    The dispute in the Lancashire cotton trade, which has resulted in a strike of the hands in the mill involved (the Fern Mill, at Oldham), arose through a grinder in the ...

    Article : 152 words
  36. DOMESTICS IN DEMAND.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—The 108 young women who arrived from London last week, under the Government's immigration scheme, have all been found situations as domestics at ...

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  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Transatlantique Shipping Company, of Havre, in France, is completing a new steamer for the New York passenger trade. The vessel is 686ft. in length, and is to be ...

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  38. OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

    The Old age Pensions Act in the United Kingdom fixes the age at which the pension becomes payable at 70, and the amonnt at 5/ per week. Until January 1, ...

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  39. MANUAL LABOUR.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—A case involving a point of much interest to workmen was before the City Court to-day, when Frederick Delbridge sued C. Henderson Clarke ...

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  40. SHEFFIELD MOULDERS.

    The moulders of Sheffield have made a demand for an increase of their wages by 2/ a week, bringing their wages to 42/. The masters have conceded 1/, and will consider ...

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  41. BRUSSELS EXHIBITION FIRE.

    It is officially announced that the British Government, from a motive of friendliness towards the Belgian Government, will not claim damages on account of the fire that ...

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  42. FALL OF ROCK.

    A fall of rock occurred to-day in a railway cutting on the Erie Company's line near Jersey City. Twelve persons were killed and ten injured. ...

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  43. UNION'S APOLOGY.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.—Mr. J. R. Little, general secretary of the A.M.A., has received a telegram from the secretary at Daylesford, confirming the news in "The ...

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  44. RAILWAY MEN'S GRIEVANCES.

    Various proposals were made at meetings of employees of the Great Northern railway, which were held in London and the provinces to decide upon a plan of action. ...

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  45. GASWORKS EXPLOSION.

    A disastrous explosion has taken place at the gasworks in Hudderfield, Yorkshire. Seven of the workmen were burnt severely. ...

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  46. PENNY POSTAGE.

    The movement for the establishment of penny postage between Great Britain and France is warmly supported by the French commercial community. Ninety chambers ...

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  47. CHOLERA IN HUNGARY.

    Several cases of cholera have occurred in the Mo[?]acs district of Hungary, and cases have also been reported at Pressburg. ...

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  48. FEAR OF A DROUGHT.

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Graham) says that he has received a letter from Mr. W. Grattan, directing attention to the fact that landholders in country districts ...

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  49. TRAFFIC COMMISSION.

    As Mr. M'Cutcheon, M.L.A., intends to leave Melbourne shortly on a visit to England, he has informed the Premier (Mr. Murray) that he will be unable to accept a ...

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  50. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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  51. VIOLENCE LN FRANCE.

    A serious complexion is placed on the tragedy which has accompanied the coalheavers' strike at Havre, in France. It was announced yesterday that during a time of ...

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  52. Advertising

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  53. A LIFE LAID DOWN.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Frank Allen, the porter at the Central Railway Station, who a week ago iras severely injured while trying to save a boy from being crushed ...

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  54. Advertising

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