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  3. A REMARKABLE CAREER.

    The deceased had been ailing for some time and his death was not unexpected by his many friends in Australia. Towards the end of October Mr. E. H. ...

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  4. THE TABLES TURNED.

    William Oxley, the governor of the gaol at the ancient City of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, has been found guilty of having embezzled £250. He was sentenced to ...

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  5. CHURCH CONGRESS IN MELBOURNE.

    The Church Congress in Melbourne has attracted many visitors from other State interested in the subjects discussed therein. The Congress started on Sunday, and ...

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  6. EMPEROR WILLIAM.

    The Munich newspapers have published the report of a remarkable conversation which the Kaiser William recently held with Dr. Ganghofer, a German novelist, ...

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  7. THE BUTCHERS' DEMANDS

    A largely attended meeting of members of the South Australian. Branch of the Australasian Federated Butchers' Employes Union was held at, the Trades ...

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  8. BURNING OF THE HAVER-SHAM GRANGE.

    The steamer Matatua, which arrived to-day from London, brought particulars of the burning of the steamer Havershara Grange 600 miles from Capetown. At about ...

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  9. AN EMPLOYER'S STATEMENT.

    A representative of The Register waited on the manager of the Adelaide Ice and Cold Storage Company (Mr. F. H. Blackburn) on Tuesday evening, and secured a ...

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  10. TO-DAY'S SESSION.

    The Anglican Congress was continued in the town hall to-day, under the presidency of Archbishop Clarke. Canon Wise, of South Australia, read a paper on "Obstacles ...

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  11. MR. W. R. HEARST.

    According to a New York telegram, Mr. W. R. Hearst, the defeated Democratic candidate for the Governorship of the State of New York, says he will never ...

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  12. ITALIAN ANARCHIST.

    A noted Italian Anarchist, Savario Lagna, stabbed Professor Rossi, of the Naples University, on Sunday. The wound was a severe on and quickly proved fatal. ...

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  13. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Cabinet, after having deliberated at three meetings in the cast of John Raymond Brown, the youth who ws sentenced to death in connection with the German ...

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  14. CHINA AND JAPAN.

    A Tokio advice states that China's per sistently obstructive attitude respecting the regulations for the working of the Manchurian railways is creating irritation in ...

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  15. EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

    Mr. William O'Brien, Nationalist member for Cork in the House of Commons, announced, in addressing a meeting at Cork, that he and his wife intended ...

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  16. CRICK, WILLIS, AND BATH.

    The hearing of evidence in the trial of W. P. Crick, W. X. Willis, and C. Bath for alleged conspiracy is drawing to a losc. Only another witness has to he ...

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  17. NEW ZEALAND.

    At the annual meeting of the New Zealand Shipping Company it was stated that friction between the company and the Federal-Houlder-Shire line had reduced the ...

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  18. CANADA.

    A number or me tanners associations of Canada are are the Dominion Government to abandon its policy of high protection. They declare that the ...

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  19. THE WALLS OF BRITAIN.

    The Minister for War (Mr. R. B. Haldane) has advertised the St. Helen's Fort as being to let. The fort is one of the four circular strongholds which have ...

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  20. THREATENING THE PREMIER.

    William Stevenson Aickin, a sharebroker, who adquitted having sent a threatening letter to the Premier (Sir Joseph Word), has appeared at the ...

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  21. INTERNATIONAL PEACE.

    Mr. Andrew Carnegie has proudsed to donate £200,000 to the cause of promoting peace between the nations of the world. Probably some of the money will be spent ...

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  22. WRESTLING.

    A match between Clarence Weber and Buttan Singh, for the Australian wrestling championship, in the eateh-as-eatch-can style, was decided last flight. After the ...

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  23. COLLISION IN PUGET SOUND.

    The passenger steamer Dix, while crossing Puget Sound on Sunday, came into collision with another vessel, and received such injuries that she sank in a few ...

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  24. A SELECTOR'S DISCOVERY.

    A remarkable discovery has boon made by a selector on the Gellibrand River. Five skeletons, supposed to be those of aborigines, were found in a cave which ...

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  25. COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

    Sugar.—Mr. F. C. Light, of Magdeburg, states in his monthly circular that the production of beet sugar in Europe in October—the second month of the 1906-7 ...

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  26. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    Mr. Reid, in the course of an interview on Federal matters to-day, said—"I observe that Mr. Deakin has publicly expressed his disgust and disappointment at the ...

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  27. LABOUR TROUBLES.

    The members of the Masons- and layers' Society met at the Trades Hall on Monday evening to consider the request for shorter hours and increased wages, but ...

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  28. NEWSPAPER SUED.

    Ex-Sr. Dawson has issued a writ claiming £5,000 damages for defamation from The Worker newspaper. ...

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  29. DEATH OF MR OLLY DEERING.

    The somewhat sadden death in Sydney on Friday of Mr. Oily Deering came as a surprise to the members of the theatrical profession, of which he had been a ...

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  30. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The Minister for Lands, in the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, gave notice of his intention to move in favour of the purchase of Gobbagombalin and Marrar ...

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  31. OVERSEA SHIPPING.

    At London or in Channel.—Apolda, steamer, from Port Adelaide, August 30; Damascus, steamer, from Brisbane, September 15; Ayrshire, steamer, from ...

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  33. FIRE ON A TRAIN.

    A fire broke out on the express train from Hobart to Launceston to-day between Tunbridge and Antill Ponds. The fire occurred in a non-smoking compartment of a ...

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  34. POSITION OF THE GOVERNMENT

    The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. L. O'Loughlin) stated on Tuesday night:—"Mr. Styles, the secretary of the Butchers' Employes' Union, has informed me to-night ...

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  35. WHAT SIR JOHN FORREST WILL DO.

    Speaking last night at Narragin Sir John Forrest said that if he was re-elected and the promise regarding the railway to Kalgoorlie remained unfulfilled, he world make ...

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  36. VICTORIA.

    On the motion of the Premier, the Legislative Assembly to-day decided to sit for the remainder of the session from 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and ...

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  37. CIVIL ENGINEER'S ADMISSIONS.

    Lindsay Russell, a civil engineer, against whom the Lilydale and Warburtan Railway Construction Trust recently succeeded in an action, seeking to recover certain ...

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  38. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT.

    The jubilee of responsible government in Victoria will be celebrated to-morrow. To-day both House of parliament adopted an address to the King expressing loyalty and ...

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