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  2. TROUBLED MEXICO.

    Telegrams from Vera Cruz, Mexico, state that Gen. Felix Diaz has left Vera Cruz on board the American warship Michigan, bound for Havana Cuba. ...

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  3. ATTACKED IN THE DARE.

    The residence of Mr. Ales Cowell, a well-known farmer, was early on Saturday morning the scence of a savage attack by a man, who injured Mr. Cowell, Mrs. Kate ...

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  4. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The Australian sculling champion, James Paddon, defeated the ex-world's champion, R. Arnst, on the Parramatta River course, of three miles and 330 yards, on Saturday ...

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  5. DISTRESS IN DUBLIN.

    The efforts of the Labour leaders, Messrs. Gosling and Bowerman, to settle the industrial trouble in Dublin have failed. ...

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  6. THE SUMATRA.

    Advices from Aden state that the fire which broke out iu the cargo of the German-Australian steamer Sumatra on her voyage from Australia to Antwerp is under ...

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  7. RECORD BREAKER.

    The news of the death at Brooklands of Mr. Percy Lambert, the well-known auto-mobolist, holder of several world's motor car records, has caused quite a sensation in ...

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  8. MR. ASQUITH.

    Yesterday the Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith) unveiled a statue of the late Sir Henry Campbell-Banriernian at Stirling. Sir Henry was Parliamentary ...

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  9. A TRAGIC PICNIC.

    The annual picnic of the Rambling Club, in connection with the Y.M.C.A., was marked by a distressing fatality at Hawthorn last night. Three couples were ...

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  10. BUCKINGHAM PALACE.

    The King gave a dinner at the Holborn Restaurant to the 500 workmen, who had been engaged in the reconstruction of Buckingham Palace, fronting the Mall. ...

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  11. VESSEL AND CARGO.

    One of the finest and most modern freighters in the world, the Sumatra was built early this year, at Flensburg, for the German-Australian line. She is of 7,480 ...

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  12. TWO LEGISLATORS ESCAPED.

    Mrs. John land, wife of the American Envoy to Mexico, has arrived from Vera Cruz. She relates how that she saved two Mexican legislators when the agents of ...

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  13. THREE SHOTS FIRED.

    At midnight on Saturday, when an operator named Bain war engaged at the wireless station, South Townsville, a man stepped into the office and fired two shots ...

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  14. SLAUGHTER BY REBELS.

    At San Luis Potosi, Mexico, 600 revolutionists have captured a force of 50 police, who wore engaged in protecting a ranch. The rebels killed all the captives except ...

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  15. COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

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  16. MARVELS OF AVIATION

    For his final appearance in England at Brooklands on Saturday M. Pegoud, the upside-down airman, accomplished the seemingly. impossible. He eclipsed ...

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  17. THE BREAD LINE.

    Huddled on a rain-swept quay at the South Wall, Dublin, on Saturday, a crowd of starving poor waited the coming of the food ship Hare with £5,000 worth of food ...

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  18. THE KIEFF TRIAL.

    The feature of the ritual murder trial at Kieff yesterday was an extraordinary outburst of feeling shown when Professor Sikorsky, a mental specialist, described the ...

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  19. ARMENIAN REFORMS.

    Referring to the refusal of the British Government to furnish civil, inspectors, gendarmes, and officers bo supervise. re forms in Armenia, The Daily Telegraph. ...

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  20. HOME RULE.

    In an address at Keighley, Mr. Joseph Devlin, Nationalist member for West Belfast, said that the Nationalists would refuse home rule to-morrow if Ulster, or any ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. THE SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC.

    There were three fresh cases of smallpox on Saturday, making a total of 18 for the week, which is the lightest since the beginning of the epidemic. One fresh case ...

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  22. GREAT BOXERS MEET.

    When Hughie Mehegan the redoubtable Australian lightweight, and Matt Wells, of England, meet to-night, at the new Stadium, in Wist Melbourne, the eyes of the ...

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  23. SHAKES.

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  24. AMERICAN TARIFF.

    The Attorney-General has written his opinion that the 5 per cent, preferential duty on goods carried in American ships cannot be granted, unless a similar ...

    Article : 156 words
  25. CLUBSWINGING RECORD.

    Harry Lawson last night created a new world's record of 98 hours for clubsiringing under the, revised rules. ...

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  26. PARADE OF ULSTER TROOPS.

    In Belfast there paraded on Saturday afternoon 15,000 well-drilled men, who are rapidly making themselves efficient in military pursuits for the purpose of resisting ...

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  27. STRIKE RIOTS.

    Serious disturbances have again occurred at Indianapolis. The mob aided the street car strikers to fight the police. The Governor refused ...

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  28. MERCHANDISE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 75 words
  29. NURSES' PEES.

    A steadily increasing feeling that nurses' fees are considerably below the adequate standard, found voice last week in a general meeting of the Australian Trained Curses' ...

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  30. KING'S PARDON.

    Last week it was announced that there, was increasing, indignation at Carlisle among the railwaymen concerning Driver Qludlc's sentence of two months ...

    Article : 123 words
  31. METALS.

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  32. BREADSTUFFS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 64 words
  33. CABLES IN BRIEF.

    Mr. William Le Queux, the well-known novelist, has declared himself bankrupt. His liabilities are set down at £8,851, and assets at £2,683. Mr. Le Queux states that ...

    Article : 51 words
  34. NAVAL SECRETS.

    Yesterday morning Karl Hentschel a British subject, was charged, on remand, fit the Westminster Police Court, with having incited George Charles Parrott ...

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  35. FROZEN HEAT.

    The following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's market quotations based on actual sales of not less than 100 carcases of mutton or lamb or 25 Quarters of beef ...

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  36. THE WISBECH DISTURBANCES.

    The disturbances at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, following the death of Dr. Dimock, who was working under the National Insurance Act, were renewed to-night, but ...

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  37. A PRINCESS'S ANNUITY.

    The Duke of Argyll, husband of the Princess Louise, aunt of His Majesty tho King, appealed to the Kings Bench Division of the High Court of Justice against ...

    Article : 102 words
  38. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Blackstaffe, the amateur sculler, in an interview, expressed himself as confident that Ernest Barry, the world's champion, will accept Albany's challenge. ...

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  39. NIPPER BEAT HOLBERG.

    Waldemar Holberg, a Danish boxer, was opposed to the English boxer, Young Nipper, in a 20-round contest at the Stadium Joist night. It was not very interesting ...

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  40. POMMERY CUP.

    M. Gilbert, the well-known aviator, has won the competition for the Pommery Cup. ...

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  41. LORD ROBERTS'S TROPHY.

    Lord Roberta's Imperial Trophy, awarded for rifle shooting, lias been von this year by the Canadian Cadets, whose total score was 75. or 36, 11, and 28 at the respective ...

    Article : 114 words
  42. THE NAVAL HOLIDAY.

    Rp. Hensley of Missouri, has submitted in the House of Representatives a motion to the effect that the United States should join Great Britain in Mr. Winston Churchill's ...

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  43. GORILLA ON AN AEROPLANE.

    Yesterday for a flight between Strasburg and Metz, as an experiment, a gorilla was tied to an aeroplane as a passenger. The animal screamed and trembled ...

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  44. MRS. PANKHURST.

    Lecturing to women voters of Illinois Mrs. Pankhurst, the English militant suffragette leader, warned them to ignore party affiliations, and vote always for the ...

    Article : 93 words
  45. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    Mellor's agricultural implement manufactory was visited on Saturday by the City Council. The Commissioner of Public Works (Mr ...

    Article : 148 words
  46. LABOUR DIFFICULTIES.

    Some of the districts of the Amalgamated Society of Railwaymen favour the substitution of a National Board, composed of representatives of the men's unions and the ...

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  47. SCOTTISH ESTATES.

    Lieut.-Col. Donald Cameron, of Lochiel. announces that he is willing to sell his Invernessshire deer forest, but declines the responsibility of recommending deer, forest ...

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  48. NOBEL SCIENCE PRIZE.

    Professor Charles Richie, President of the Society for International Arbitration, has been awarded the Nobel Prize for science for the year 1913. ...

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  49. EXPLORER'S TRIBUTE.

    The explorer Mr. Dillon Wallace has returned from the arctic regions. He was believed to be dead. Mr. Wallace went north through ...

    Article : 88 words
  50. FUND FOR COLLIERY UNEMPLOYED.

    The delegates to the Eolith Wales Miners' Federation at Cardiff made a levy of 6d. a member for the relief of the unemployed through the disaster at the Senghenydd ...

    Article : 63 words
  51. THE RAND RIOTS.

    Johanson, a miner, has been convicted on a charge of incendiarism during the riots on July 4, and sentenced to five years' imprisonment. ...

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  52. SEA SALVAGE.

    A Genoese firm at Marseilles which has been engaged m demolishing the remains of the wrecked battleship Jena, found in the hold coal worth £640; also several guns ...

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  53. AERIAL POST.

    The French Government is about to inaugurate an aerial post service between Paris and Nice—covering 523 miles in 510 minutes. Biplanes to be employed will ...

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  54. PEARSON'S CONTRACTS

    The Standard states that American capitalists are endeavouring to defeat the efforts of Messrs. S. Pearson and Sons in securing contracts for concessions in the ...

    Article : 222 words
  55. RAISIN A NATIONAL FUND.

    Mr. A. Chament Edwards, Liberal M.P. for Glamorganshire, advocated the establishment of a permanent national fund. He gave details of the provisions of his ...

    Article : 64 words
  56. LIGHTHOUSES ANN WIRELESS.

    Tenders are being invited for the construction of a number of lighthouses between Panama and the island of Tahiti, and for a wireless station at Papeete, on the ...

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  57. PUGILISM.

    To-night Gunboat Smith knocked put Charlie ,Miller in the third round. He delivered a right to the jaw, and an overhand right to the top of the head. Miller was ...

    Article : 39 words
  58. Advertising

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  59. METALS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 190 words
  60. NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALLERS.

    In consequence of rain the football match between the is New Zealanders and representatives of the University of California was postponed. ...

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  61. TAMMANY HALL.

    Mr. Hennessy, who is a friend of ex-Governor Sulzer, has instigated proceedings against Boss "Murphy" with, the object of bringing to light the alleged corruption ...

    Article : 70 words
  62. THE CASE OF LARKIN.

    The Daily Chronicle appeals to the Chief Secretary for Ireland Mr. Birrell) to release James Larkin from prison on the pound that it is wrong and unwise to ...

    Article : 90 words
  63. SAVED BY TREES.

    A German aviator named Stoeffier and a passenger, in attempting to achieve, the longest light in a straight line, overturned at Versailles and fell 450 ft. The airmen ...

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  64. BILLIARDS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 56 words
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  66. AUSTRALIAN FLOUR.

    With a view to advertising Australian flour in the United Kingdom the High Commissioner's Office is arranging a challenge trophy at the Bakers' Exhibition in ...

    Article : 58 words
  67. DECLINING BIRTH RATE.

    The National Council on Public Morals, with the Right Rev. Sir William Boyd-. Carpenter, late Bishop of Ripon, as Chairman, is actively encaged in taking evidence ...

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  69. SMUGGLED AUSTRIAN

    The Budget subcommittee of the Austrian Parliament has adopted a motion approving of the Government's policy in making shipping to and from Australia more ...

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  70. A CHALLENGE TO GRAY.

    Mr. John Roberts is backing Newman to play George Gray, the Australian billiard champion, with ivory balls, for £200 a side, level points. ...

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  71. INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    Of the Indian miners in Naial on strike, 1,600 marched to the border, with the object of crossing into the Transvaal. Two hundred of thorn were arrested at ...

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  72. INHUMANE CAPTAINS.

    The Russian Government has introduced into the Duma a Bill whereby captains railing to help persons or ships in distress at sea are rendered liable to from two to ...

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  73. Advertising

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  74. BRITAIN'S INITIATIVE.

    Commenting on the appointment of the royal commission, with Lord Sydenham as Chairman, to enquire into and report on the question of venereal diseases, Dr. Erlich ...

    Article : 56 words
  75. NEWFOUNDLAND ELECTIONS.

    Telegrams from St. John's, Newfoundlend, indicate that the general elections have resulted in the return of the Morris Government, which has held office for ...

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