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  2. WELCOMING THE FLEET.

    SYDNEY, Friday. — All day long the streets of Sydney have [?]hoed to the tapping of countless hammers. Over the precipitous building fronts ...

    Article : 2,388 words
  3. DYNAMITE OUTRAGES.

    A sensation has been caused by fresh revelations in connection with the dynamite outrages. George Davis has been arrested on the ...

    Article : 427 words
  4. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    A statement emanating from Australia is published in the "Morning Post" to the effect that the conference on Imperial defence which it is suggested shall take place ...

    Article : 369 words
  5. HOME RULE CONFERENCE.

    Unionist newspapers comment on the statement made by Mr. F.E. Smith M.P., that they regarded the application of Home Rule to any part of Ireland as n disaster, ...

    Article : 1,172 words
  6. JAPAN INSISTENT.

    In view of the threatened crisis a few days ago between Japan and China, a message from Tokio is significant. It was stated Monday last that Japan had sent ...

    Article : 136 words
  7. WONDERS OF RADIUM.

    An important contribution to current Knowledge of the use of radium was made yesterday by Sir Frederick Treves, chairman of the Radium Institute, Among other ...

    Article : 369 words
  8. STATE BUDGET.

    In delivering the Budget last year, the Premier (Mr. Watt) referred to the financial stringency through which the State appeared to be passing, and pointed out that, ...

    Article : 324 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Denman, accompanied by the Hon. Alicia Knatchbull-Hugessen, and attended by Captain Burnham, A.D.C., left ...

    Article : 620 words
  10. TRIBUTE BY THE ENEMY.

    As further details come to hand, it is seen that the recapture of Dibra by the Servians was sanguinary beyond any engagement in the Balkans campaign. ...

    Article : 488 words
  11. BRITISH LEGISLATORS.

    PERTH, Friday.— The British Parliamentary party left Fremantle for South Africa, en route for England, last night by the Marathon. Prior to his departure ...

    Article : 855 words
  12. CAPTURES AT SEA.

    The effect of war on private contracts was the subject of an interesting discussion at the International Conference on Maritime Law which is now in session. ...

    Article : 633 words
  13. SHOULD WOMEN RULE?

    The comments of Lord Northeliffe, principal proprietor of "The Times," "Daily Mail," and other English newspapers, have aroused a great deal of anger among the ...

    Article : 107 words
  14. LABOUR AND ITS CLAIMS.

    The Board of Trade Commission regarding the Dublin strike, with Sir George Askwith as chairman, resumed its sittings today. It has decided to accept unsworn ...

    Article : 232 words
  15. HERR DIESEL'S FATE.

    Much interest is being displayed in the disappearance of Herr Diesel., the, inventor of the Diesel oil engine. The Board of Trade is investigating the matter, but so ...

    Article : 143 words
  16. CHARITABLE BEQUESTS. _

    The Union Trustee Company of Australia Limited, as trustee of the charitable bequests of the late Mr.Thomas Budd Payne, announces that the following ...

    Article : 152 words
  17. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Chinese Parliament has decided to elect the President for a term of five years. The present holder of the office was elected provisionally without any term being fixed. ...

    Article : 318 words
  18. MISS MARIE LLOYD.

    Miss Maric Lloyd, the well-known London music-hall performer, has arrived here on the Olympic, Bernard Dillon, the English jockey, also being on board. Miss Lloyd, ...

    Article : 146 words
  19. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    Her Majest's—Quinlan Opera Company—"[?] Trovatore." Theatre Royal.—Fred Niblo Company—"The Fortune Hunter." ...

    Article : 406 words
  20. FUTURE OF THE NATIVE.

    The Anglican Church Congress to-day was discussing the Congo and Putuwayo scandals crncerning the ill-treatment of natives. ...

    Article : 235 words
  21. THE WOMEN'S DEPUTATION.

    Sir.—It is a coincidence, not without humour, that in your issue of to-day's date there should be in parallel columns the views of Sir Almroth Wright, the eminent; ...

    Article : 528 words
  22. CANADIAN NAVY.

    Consideration is again being given by the Government to the naval policy. It is considered that there is a likelihood of the Naval Bill, which was rejected by the ...

    Article : 68 words
  23. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    The Federal Ministry recently decided to place £5,000 additional on the Estimates for the present financial year enable Dr. Mawson, who is now carrying out ...

    Article : 161 words
  24. SIR STUART SAMUEL CASE.

    In April it was decided that Sir Stuart Samuel would have to vacate his seat in the House of Commons for the Whitechapel Division of Tower Hamlets, owing to the ...

    Article : 106 words
  25. THREE BOYS DROWNED.

    LAUNCESTON (T.), Friday.— Three lads, aged about 13 years—Reggie Lee (son of Mr. W.H. Lee, M.H.A.),George Botts, and R. Fawkner—were drowned this ...

    Article : 132 words
  26. DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES.

    PERTH, Friday.—A grim bush tragedy has been reported by the Peak Hill police. On July 10 J.Manuel found the remains of two men beneath a gum tree in a lone part ...

    Article : 215 words
  27. ALL-AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION.

    The popularity of the Chamber of Manufactures' All-Australian Exhibition has increased so largely that thousands of people thronged the Exhibition ...

    Article : 213 words
  28. AUSTRALIAN LINER.

    The White Star liner Afric, 11,000 tons, which left Melbourne on July 17 and arrived in London on September 2, went on to Liverpool to embark passengers to-day. ...

    Article : 106 words
  29. LATEST IN CANNON.

    The British Admiralty and War Office are testing a new gun, which is to be fired by means of carbonic acid gas. It is said that it would be specially suitable for India and ...

    Article : 47 words
  30. BRUNSWICK CITY LOAN.

    At a special meeting of the Brunswick Council on Thursday evening various loan proposals were adopted, amounting in the aggregate to £20,000. ...

    Article : 173 words
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  32. ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES.

    At the meeting of the executive council of the Women's Political Association held last evening at Arlington Chambers, Miss Goldstein presiding, the views of Sir ...

    Article : 100 words
  33. EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS.

    Following is the record of the Melbourne Observatory seismograph for the week ended 9 o'clock Friday morning:-October 2.—Slight shock of [?]arthquake; ...

    Article : 48 words
  34. BAY EXCURSIONS.

    The Australian Steamships Ltd, announce that the s.s. Edina will make a special excursion to Portarlington and Geelong to-morrow, leaving No. 1, Queen's Whari (foot of Market street), at 11 a.m., ...

    Article : 45 words
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