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  2. INDIAN PROBLEM.

    Speaking at the Indian National Congress, at Karachi, the President, Nawal Syed Mahomed, referred to the Indian troubles in Africa. He ...

    Article : 105 words
  3. EMPIRE MARKSMEN.

    It is reported that unless the National Rifle Association agrees to the alterations submitted in respect of its programme with a view of harmonizing the conditions with ...

    Article : 89 words
  4. PAUL DUFAULT.

    Some singers please certain of the people some of the time. Others please some of the people all the time. Some please all the people some of the time. Paul Dufault ...

    Article : 938 words
  5. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    His Excellency the Governor went to Cheltenham on Saturday afternoon to witness the flying exhibition. To-day he will be the guest of the Mayor of Glenelg ...

    Article : 1,547 words
  6. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 279 words
  7. MR. CUPID'S GRIP.

    "Perplexed bachelor would like to ascertain correct formula for marriage proposal."—Advt. om Frankfort [?] Lest the above should be received with subdued ...

    Article : 1,125 words
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    Advertising : 48 words
  9. SHOTS FROM A BIPLANE.

    From a Grahame-White biplane some remarkable shooting was made at the Bisley ranged on Thursday by means of a machine gun invented by Col. Lewis, of ...

    Article : 175 words
  10. A VICEROY'S APPEAL.

    In replying to a deputation presented him with an address of welcome, the Governor-General (Lord Hardinge) strongly urged the leaders of the Indians ...

    Article : 66 words
  11. BULGARIA'S KING.

    A plot upon the life of King Ferdinand has been discovered. Cabinet advises His Majesty to leave the capital. ...

    Article : 30 words
  12. PUGILISM.

    Twelve thousand people witnessed the contest for the bantam championship of Europe between Ledoux and Beynon at Cardiff yesterday. ...

    Article : 72 words
  13. WILL NOT PROSECUTE.

    The Attorney-General has decided not to prosecute Mr. Albert West (acting editor of the Indian vernacular journal), who was arrested on a charge of ...

    Article : 44 words
  14. UNWELCOME IMMIGRANT.

    The Dublin strike leader's announcement of a proposed visit to the United States raises a question in respect to the admission of Larkin similar to that which arose in the ...

    Article : 99 words
  15. TO-DAY'S DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 107 words
  16. THE THRONE OF BULGARIA.

    Reports are current that King Ferdinand has received, through M. Gennadieff (Bulgarian Minister for Foreign Affairs) pressing advice from the Austro-Hungarian ...

    Article : 256 words
  17. LORD HARDINGE'S SPEECH.

    Replying to an address from the Mahajana Sabha (Indian Mercantile Association) and the Madras Provincial Congress Committee, Lord Handinge (the Viceroy) ...

    Article : 404 words
  18. LORD BURNHAM.

    A deputation beaded by Lord Northcliffe, and representing 250 British, Canadian, Australian, and Continental journalists, have presented an address to Lord ...

    Article : 173 words
  19. STEAMER ASHORE.

    Advices from Gibraltar state that the British steamer Ludgate, 3,708 tons, bound from Liverpool to Port Said, is ashore on the Moroccan coast. ...

    Article : 77 words
  20. SPOOK WITH A SPOON.

    Mjr.-Gen. Sir Alfred Turner has announced his fall conversion to spiritualism and his belief in spirit photographs and all the strange phenomena of seances. In an ...

    Article : 674 words
  21. STATION HAND'S FRAUD.

    At the Brentford Police Court this morning George Smith, an Australian station hand, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for defrauding Sgt.-Mjr. Beale ...

    Article : 77 words
  22. THE TANGO.

    The Rome correspondent of The Daily Chronicle telegraphs that the Vatican, has instructed the clergy, to initate a crusade against the tango dance, as being offensive ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. CARDINAL RAMPOLLA

    The newspaper Messagero states that the Court has ordered exhumation of the body of the late Cardinal Rampolla. There are suspicions that his sadden death may ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. THOUSANDS LEARNING IT.

    The tango has come to stay—this, atleast, is the opinion of professors of dancing (says a London journal). They state that every lady is learning ft. and ...

    Article : 218 words
  25. CHURCH AND STATE.

    In commending the possibility of a rapprochement of Church and State, a improvement which has received an impetus since the elections. The Osservatore Romano ...

    Article : 95 words
  26. FEDERATION OF CHURCHES.

    The Church of Scotland, acting with the Committee of Foreign Missions at Edinburgh, has unanimously approved of the Kikuya Concord. Its resolution will be ...

    Article : 127 words
  27. GEN. BOTHA'S STATEMENT.

    Gen. Botha made an important reference to the Ind an situation at the South African Party Congress this evening. The Prime Minister said:—"I wish to express ...

    Article : 690 words
  28. MEXICAN TURMOIL.

    It is reported that Gen. Heurra has arranged to retire from the Mexican Presidency early in January, in onder to personally conduct military operations against ...

    Article : 96 words
  29. WARRANT FOR ARREST

    A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Mr. Fenner, the missing stock-broker, on a charge of fraudulent conversion of share certificates. Nearly £15,000 ...

    Article : 45 words
  30. "STARVATION DOCTOR."

    A message from Wallawalla, Washington State, says that when Mrs. Hazzard, the "starvation doctor," applied for admission to the State Penitentiary, after losing ...

    Article : 128 words
  31. NELSON'S CHAPLAIN.

    The "Death of Nelson" is a scene well known to all—the dimly-lighted cockpit, the dying hero, and Capt. Hardy listening to his Admiral's last orders. On the other ...

    Article : 613 words
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    Advertising : 726 words
  33. OZONE THEATRE, PORT ADELAIDE.

    The Ozone Pictures were shown to a good house on Saturday. Patrons appreciate the many conveniences of this up-to-date theatre. To-night a complete chance ...

    Article : 88 words
  34. LITTLE WARS.

    The Spanish forces in Morocco have coifed operations against inruly tribosmen until May. The troops are suffering intensely from the weather, which has been ...

    Article : 43 words
  35. SEARCH FOR STEFANSSON.

    Advice from Dawson, Yukon, states that the Royal North-west Moan ted Police Expedition has arranged during its annual patrol, from Dawson to Fort Macpherson ...

    Article : 75 words
  36. CABLES IN BRIEF.

    The London Bankers' Magazine publishes statistics which show that the values of representative stocks quoted on the Stock Exchange this year depreciated to the ...

    Article : 44 words
  37. AN APOLOGY DEMANDED.

    Sir William Watson (Chairman of the Maypole Dairy Company), writing to The Grocer newspaper, complains that the Australian authorities have not replied to his ...

    Article : 44 words
  38. SEA SAFETY.

    Andrew Furnseth, representing American seamen on the lifesaving Conference, has refused to sign the report of the investigators. He claims that the proposals would ...

    Article : 47 words
  39. RUNNING.

    At Cardiff yesterday J. Donaldson broke the record held by H. Hutchens in the 220-yards running event. His time was 21¾. In 1885 Hutchens covered the ...

    Article : 32 words
  40. THE KAISER'S DAUGHTER.

    The announcement is made that the Duchess of Brunswick, the Kaiser's daughter, expects her accouchement in the spring. ...

    Article : 24 words
  41. SMALLEST MAN.

    Mr. John White, who was in bonnes as a confectioner at Sotrthend-on-Sea, Essex, and was regarded as the smallest man in the world, died yesterday. His height was ...

    Article : 37 words
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