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  2. BID FOR FREEDOM.

    FREMANTLE, Sunday.—Some months ago a prisoner, named Read, made a determined attempt to escape from the Fremantle Gaol. As a result tow warders were ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    The Marquis and Marchioness of Linlithgow are expected to arrive at State Government-house on a visit to the Governor and Lady Fuller either on ...

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  4. DESTRUCTION OF LEMTA. OFFICIAL EXPLANATION.

    With regard to the destruction of Lemta, the suburb of Fez, which has been stated to have been carried out by the Sultan's troops with barbarous ferocity and in ...

    Article : 112 words
  5. DECLARATION OF LONDON.

    The discussion on Mr. Fisher's resolution regarding the Declaration of London was brought to a close at to-day's sitting of the Imperial Conference. The ...

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  6. PACIFIC ISLANDS.

    The Commonwealth Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Batchelor) has been interviewed in reference to the Anglo-French position in the New Hebrides. ...

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  7. THE KING'S BIRTHDAY. World-wide Celebrations.

    The Kings Birthday was quietly celebrated by a family party at Buckingham Palace yesterday. There were world-wide celebrations of the anniversary, and ...

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  8. THE CORONATION. VICTORIAN OADKTS ARRIVE.

    The Victorian Cadets, who are to take part in the Coronation celebrations, have arrived in London. They were welcomed by Captain Buckley, military adviser to the ...

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  9. CATHOLIC LOYALTY.

    The following address, signed by Cardinal Moran and by the bishops and archbishops of the Roman Catholic Church in Australia, has been sent to England for presentation ...

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  10. BRITISH INDIGNATION.

    It is announced that the British Government has decided to refuse to receive the Moorish Embassy on the occasion of the Coronation, owing to the barbarities which ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED.

    The House of Commons has adjourned over the King's Birthday until June 13. ...

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  12. RUST-PROOF WHEAT.

    Lord Kitchener. in the course of a speech at Ispwich, related an interesting fact in regard to a new variety of wheat cultivated in South Africa. ...

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  13. LORD DUDLEY'S MESSAGE.

    His Excellency the Governor-General (Lord Dudley) on Saturday despatched the following cable message to His Majesty the King:— ...

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  14. DOMINION DELEGATES. WEEK-END ENTERTAINMENT.

    Most of the oversea delegates to the Imperial Conference spont the week-end out of London. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir Joseph Ward ...

    Article : 163 words
  15. MURDER AND PILLAGE.

    Murdering and pillaging are being carried on in many sections of the republic, and this is causing a reigu of terror. Several governors of Provinces have resigned, and other ...

    Article : 105 words
  16. COUNTRY.

    ROSEDALE.—Children's pienic and patriotic en tertainment in the Mechanies hall. DAYLESFORD.—Distribution by borough council of 500 medals to children not on school rolls; ...

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  17. RECIPROCITY FIGHT.

    Addressing the Western Economic Society yesterday. President Taft referred at length to the reciprocity agrecment with Canada. President Taft said that the opposition ...

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  18. VICTORIAN OBSERVANCES.

    King's Birthday will be celebrated to-day. A public and bank holiday has been declared, and business places generally will be closed. Entertainments of various kinds ...

    Article : 244 words
  19. ARBITRATION.

    Mr. Carnegie, who is a strong advocate of international arbitration, and has given £300,000 towards the cost of the Palace of Peace at the Hague, is in London, and was ...

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  20. BURGLAR BEFRIENDED.

    A Melbourne manufaceturer and one of his employees discovered a burglar in the factory a few nights ago, but instead of dealing harshly with him they listened to a pitiful ...

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  21. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Sara Rosie Trassjonsky, one of the Russians who was arrested in connection with the Houndsditch murders, but subsequently released, has been ordered to be expelled ...

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  22. UNIVERSITY DEGREES.

    The University of Glasgow will confer upon Mr. Fisher and Sir. Joseph Ward the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws. The ceremony will take place in July. ...

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  23. FRENCH CHURCH.

    The Senatorial committee of inquiry into the liquidation of the chureh estate confiscated by the State has disclosed a remarkable evaporation of the funds ...

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  24. MR. M'GOWEN IN GERMANY.

    Mr. M'Gowen, Premier of New South Wales, with Mr. Holliman, under-secretary in the Treasury, and Mr. Davis, State engineer, is at present on a visit to Germany. ...

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  25. FUTURE OF TRUSTS.

    Mr. Elbert II. Gary, chairman of the board of directors mid chairman of the tinance committee of the United States Steel Corporation, was exmined yesterday ...

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  26. GOVERNMENT-HOUSE DINNER.

    His Excellency the Governer gave an official dinner on Saturday evening at State Government-house in honour of His Majesty's Birthday. The following were ...

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  27. FESTIVAL OF EMPIRE.

    All the members of the team which is to represent Australasia at the Festival of Empire sports are in excellent health, and training hard. ...

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  28. MALVERN CITY FETE.

    ArrangementS have now been completed for the torelight procession and display of fireworks to be held to-night in continuance of the Malvern celebrations. The ...

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  29. DR. CRIPPEN'S ARREST.

    The prprietors of the Montreal "Star" have paid Mr. Walter Dew, late chief inspector in the Criminal investigation department at Srotland Yard, £600, in ...

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  30. THEFT OF DOCUMENTS.

    The trail has concluded of the prisoncers accused of having abstracted documents from the Foreign Office and of having communicated them to a London newspaper and ...

    Article : 134 words
  31. WOMEN AND POLITICS.

    A deputation from the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societics waited on the Pritne Minister of the Commonwealth (Mr. Fisher) at the Hotel Cecil ...

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  32. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Caroline Louisa Sewman Webster, of Heldelberg road. [?]lifton Hill, married woman, who died on March 27. left, by a will datest June 16, 1964. real estate of the value of £2,910, and personalty ...

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  33. STOCK EXCHANGE.

    The scene of one unobtrusive tribute of loyalty to His Majesty on Saturday was the Stock Exchange of Melbourne. At the request of the chairman (Mr. W.J. Roberts) ...

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  34. PENTECOST SUNDAY. ARCHBISHOP CARR'S ADDRESS.

    A large congregation was present for the 11 o' clock High Mass at St.Patrick's Cathedral yesterday (Pentecosst Sunday). A part from the great ce[?]lesiastical ...

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  35. SHORT PLATFORMS.

    In connection with the King's Birthday, holiday excursion trains will stop at all stations on the warburton line exeept Millgrove, Residents comphin [?]at their ...

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  36. LABOUR DISPUTE.

    A serious strike of sailors and dock labourers has taken place at Fiume, the A[?]strian [?]port on the Adriatie. Their gricvance is the low rate of waged. The ...

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  37. INSURED NECKLACE.

    The trial of Licufenant C. Ayltner Cameron and his wife on a charge of having defrauded Lloyd's Insrance Company by obtaining insurance on a pearl n[?]cklace ...

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  38. FATAL ELECTRIC SHOCK.

    KALGOORLIE. Sunday.—Following upon two minor accidents which oceurred at the Ivanhec mine on Friday. Ernest Rose. the battery shift boss, was killed by electricity. ...

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  39. POLITICIAN'S PORTRAIT.

    A controversy has arisen owing to the refusal of Mr. Knon, Secretary of State. acting on the instructions of Pre[?]dent Taft. to place before a committee of the House of ...

    Article : 139 words
  40. DYNAMITING BRIDGES.

    An amazing story has been told by John Delancey, [?] struclural iron-wori[?]er. in con[?]ction with the case against James M'Namara. one of the brothers who is charged ...

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  41. REVIEW IN SYDNY.

    SYDNEY,Sunday.— The King's Birthday military Peview took place at Centennialpark on Saturday, in line weather. The review was by the Lieut Governer (Sir ...

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  42. MINERS' MEETINGS.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.—The half-yearly meeting of the Bendigo brunch of the Amalgamated Miners' Association was held at the Trades-hall on Saturday evening. ...

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  43. DEATHS ON THE LINK. MAN CUT IN TWO.

    NAGAMBIE.MBIE.Saturday.— At an early bour this morning the body of Sammed llayes was found on the railway line, close to the Tabilk station. The body was cut in ...

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  44. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    NORFOLK ISLAND,Sunday.—King's Birthday was celebrated yesterday at a large gatherang of residents held in the Courthouse yard.The school children assembled, ...

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  45. £100,000 CLAIMED.

    Proceedings in conneclion with a great [?]paper libel aclion have been begun. Mr. William Randolph H[?]st. the wellknown newspaper propr[?]. [?]wner of the ...

    Article : 102 words
  46. JUDGING AT ROYAL SHOW.

    For years the objection to the thrcejudge system at the Royal Show the diflieulty of ascertaining if decisions wree unanimous, or, a such were not the case, ...

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  47. TARDY REPENTANCE.

    A Richmond woman has become convinced that thieves do not proposer, and it would seem also that her conscience has been p[?]ed. ...

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  48. THE KING AND THE LORDS.

    AUCKLAND, Sunday.—Mr. Redmond. the Irish envey, in a spe[?]ch at a Home Rule meeting here. made an extrnordinary s[?] ment. He said that King George had joined ...

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  49. THE BARRIER'S SOBRIETY.

    BRORKEN [?]LL, Sunday.—The assertion made in Sydnry b[?] the Rev. John P[?]terson. late of [?]len [?]ll. that he had seen boys in kniekerbockers in Broken Hill streets ...

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  50. TRAIN STRIKES CATTLE.

    BRISBANE. Sunday.—A[?]rious accident occurred on the Milbouran branch line last night.A train [?] for [?]rying material for constraction works was returning to ...

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  51. FLOODS IN HUNGARY.

    [?] [?]mendons th[?]torms and torrential pains e[?] in Hungary have cau[?] ser[?] H[?]ds thraghout the kingdom, and an en[?] [?] at [?] ...

    Article : 80 words
  52. POSTAL GRIEVANCES.

    PERTH, Saturday.—The Postal Telegraph Association has decided in regard to the Public Service Commissioner's proposed scheme of classification. ...

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  54. EKECTRIC TRAMS COLLIDE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. Two electric trams coll[?]ed at the interscetion of [?]vehand and Eli[?]th s[?]cets on Saturday afternoon. Several [?]sengers and a conduclor [?] ...

    Article : 60 words
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