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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 546 words
  3. Cablegrams

    JOHANNESBURG, Friday.—A traveller named Bowker has just accomplished a remarkable journey on foot alone throubh the Great ...

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  4. TEACHERS' SALARIES.

    BRISBANE, Friday.— In connection with the increases in teachers salaries, it is expected that new regulations will be submitted to the ...

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  5. The Railway Service.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—At a meeting of the Governor-in-Council to-day, approval was given to the new regulations relating to the ...

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  6. GERMAN CLERICALS.

    BERLIN, Friday.— Arising out of the conflict between Von Hollweg and the Clericals, the "Cologne Gazette" urges the Social Democrats ...

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  7. THE MONGOLIAN SITUATION.

    ST. PETERSBURG. Friday.— "Novoe Vremya" recommends that no notice be taken of the Chinese proposals regarding Mongolia until ...

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  8. THE RAILWAY SERVICE.

    SYDNEY, Friday.— Following on the cancellation of the registration of the Railway and Tramway Employees Association under the ...

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  9. WHITE AUSTRALIA?

    LONDON, Friday.— The star turn at the Coliseum Theatre just now is a wild Australian show, in which buckjumping and ...

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  10. THE SUFFRAGETTES.

    LONDON, Friday.—The "Daily Mail" draws the attention of the Right Hon. R. McKenna to Mrs. Pankhurst's speech at Leicester, as ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. THE SCOTTISH SPIRIT.

    LONDON, Friday.—Mr. Ba[?]our, speaking at the St. Andrews' Day Festival, referring to the Scottish spirit of nationality, said the great ...

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  12. PRICE OF FISHER'S "DREAM"

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— Although the Maternity Bonus has been operative for little more than a month, £34,330 has already ...

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  13. SHIP'S BATHS.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— The Minister for [?] that a cluuse could be inserted in the Immigration Restriction Act ...

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  14. WIRELESS STATION NEEDED.

    LONDON, Friday.—Captain Fitzmaurice, a member of the Imperial Wireless Committee, giving evidence said the erection of stations was ...

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  15. INDIAN DREADNOUGHTS.

    LONDON, Friday.—The "Times" states the Delhi Government is unaware of the offer and certainly there had been no concerted action, ...

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  16. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.

    LONDON, Friday.— Foot and mouth disease is reported from Ashford, Kent. ...

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  17. THE AMERICAS.

    NEW YORK, Friday.— Referring to Mr. James Bryce's departure, Mr. Carnegie said all Americans should read Mr. Bryce's writings on ...

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  18. CRUISER MELBOURNE.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— The Minister for Defence has been informed that the full number of rating has been-received for the ...

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  19. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—I am with "Cairnsite" in hurling bricks at the unfair criticism of our local bodies by that marine fowl, "Storm Petrel." At ...

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  20. A SERIOUS BREAK.

    PARIS, Friday.— The fracture of a [?] caused seven carriages to separate from a train on the Circular Railway. They collided with ...

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  21. RELEASE OF HOOLEY.

    LONDON, Friday.—J. Terah Hooley has been released from prison. ...

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  22. THE SUGAR MARKET.

    LONDON, Friday.—Sugar, German beet, 88 p.c., is quoted at 9/7 per cent.; first marks, granulated, f.o.b. Hamburg, 11/9 per cwt. ...

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  23. LIGHTHOUSES AND WIRELESS.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— The Federal lighthouse authority has recommended to the Minister for Trade and Customs, (Mr. Tudor) ...

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  24. TO THE POLE BY AIR.

    BOSTON, Friday.—Captain Bartlett, speaking at the Aero Club dinner, said that the easiest way to reach the North Pole was by ...

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  25. WHOLESALE DEFAULTER.

    LONDON, Friday.— Lady Maurice Fitzgerald, chairwoman of the Redford Board Guardians, has had 257 summonses for non-compliance ...

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  26. A PREDICTION.

    LONDON, Friday.— Mr. Lloyd George is Credited with stating that if the English Church does not take care it will be disestablished next. ...

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  27. JOHNSON PASSED OUT.

    LONDON, Friday.— The "Daily Mail'[?] declares that Johnson shall never fight in England, Australia, or America. If Wells persists in ...

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  28. THE WELSH CHURCH.

    LONDON, Friday.— Mr. McKenna announced that the King's message placed at the disposal of the Commons during the ...

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  29. WESTRALIAN ARBITRATION.

    PERTH, Friday.— The west Australian Legislative Council insists on the President of the State Arbitration Court being a Supreme ...

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  30. CLAIMS DISMISSED.

    ST PETERSBURG. Friday.—The Supreme Prize Court has dismissed American cargo 'owners' claims in counection with the sinking of the ...

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  31. Telegrams

    TOWNSVILLE, Friday.—The Nikko Maru arrived to-day from the East, and reported a tragedy on board when the [?] was three ...

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  32. Defence Defaulters.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— Some time ago the Minister for Defence [?] [?] ...

    Article : 247 words
  33. THE [?]

    LONDON, Friday.— Co[?] [?] is being [?] in [?] to meet [?] mand over the cotton boo[?]. Many ...

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  34. T[?] MAN'S WILL.

    TOWNSVILLE, Friday.—[?] of the will of John Brewer Lewis, late of Charters Towers, licensed victualler, was granted at the ...

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  35. CRICKET.

    The following will represent Railway C.C. against the Hamb[?] C.C. on Sunday, 8th Dec., at H[?] bledon: Fulton; Hollett, McH[?] ...

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  36. THE KING AND THE TURF.

    LONDON, Friday.— Sir John Thursby, speaking at the Gimerack Club, definitely denied that the King was retiring from the turf. His ...

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  37. TWO AT ONCE.

    Cairns shipping circles received a rather unique impetus last night in arrival, almost at the same time of two oversea vessels from the ...

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  38. A HIGH SCHOOL FOR LOCKYER.

    BRISBANE, Friday.— The arrangements for the establishment of a high school in the Lockyer district are now complete. ...

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  39. TEMPTING DISPLAYS.

    BRISBANE, Friday.— During a case in the Central Police Court when two charges were answered by separate individuals in connection ...

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  40. CANADA'S CLAIMS.

    VANCOUVER, Friday.— Mr. W. A. Lloyd, of New South Wales ridicules Professor Anderson Stuarts contention that Canadians are ...

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  41. NEW GUARD'S VAN.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—In suance of the policy of encoura[?] members of the staff to make [?] [?]estions for improvements. ...

    Article : 54 words
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