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  2. CASUALTIES.

    BROKEN HILL. August 31.-Eileen Polkinghorne, aged 18, daughter of Josiah Polkinghorne, South Broken Hill, was found drowned this morning under peculiar ...

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  3. THE KAISER.

    A fuller version published of the speech which the Kaiser delivered at Maricuburg after his review of the German fleet in Danzig Bay shows that the Emperor ...

    Article : 327 words
  4. DARING ROBBERY.

    A remarkable robbery, to which no clue has yet been obtained, was recently reported to the authorities. Count [?] a special ...

    Article : 216 words
  5. UNITED LABOURERS.

    The United Labourers' Union has thrown down the gauntlet to the Ministry and the Labour Party. The Premier and the union Officials are now convinced on the point ...

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  6. AN EXILE IN LONDON.

    A spray of rattle. Only a sprig Of vivid gold, with its clinging scent—And grey days banish; my heart beats fast To the charm that the golden balls have lent. ...

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  7. TERRIBLE DEATH.

    Further investigation has revealed that Lady Marjorie Erskine (second daughter of the Earl of Bucban) met her death in a terrible form. ...

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  8. WATTLE DAY.

    Then I reached and gathered a blossoming bough, And divided its clustering sprays in vain. "As a token for each" (I closed one in her hand). "Till we come to the end of the year again" ...

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  9. IN THE GALLERIES.

    Council.—Hon. T. Pascoe's motion for [?] place Point Pearce carried. Hon. B. A. Moulden's motion for information re supplying billiard tables for members of Parliament carried. ...

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  10. SANDHILLS TRAGEDY.

    There was a large number of people at the City Coroner's Court to-day when the inquest concerning the death of Ivy Alice O'Brien was opened. A few of the general ...

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  11. TRAM FATALITY.

    The Coroner (Dr. W. Ramsay Smith) conducted an enquiry at the Adelaide Police Court on Wednesday into the came of death of Mr. Berry Smith secretary of ...

    Article : 176 words
  12. MURDER MYSTERY.

    At the assizes at Chester on Thursday, March 3, the trial was begun of Cornelius Howard, a young man, on the charge of having murdered Mr. George Storrs, of ...

    Article : 291 words
  13. TO THE WATTLE BLOSSOM.

    Hail! thou bloom of lovely spring, Golden emblem of delight; Sweetest thoughts around thee cling, Closing Austral's winter night. ...

    Article : 136 words
  14. SEEKING SETTLERS.

    The Victorian Minister for Lands (Mr. H. McKenzie) who has concluded the emigration mission in the United Kingdom and on Saturday will leave for America ...

    Article : 92 words
  15. MOTOR CAR ACCIDENT.

    BRISBANE, August 31.—Messrs. Baxter and Hurley and two others were driving in a motor car citywards from Belmont at about 2.30 this morning, when a cow lying ...

    Article : 185 words
  16. REDUCTION OF ARMAMENTS.

    The International Socialist Congress at Copenhagen yesterday debated the question of the imitation of [?] by the Powers. The discussion tool place with ...

    Article : 167 words
  17. ALTHORPES CABLE.

    After persistent agitation extending over about a decade, there at last seems a probability that the vexed question of reestablishing cable communication with ...

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  18. ASSEMBLY.

    It was remarkable that there was not a single set question on the paper for Wednesday, but many were listed without notice. Mr. Pointer raw notice that he ...

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  19. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Johannesburg correspondent of The Times, referring to the elections in connection with the Parliament of United South Africa, says that the division of ...

    Article : 58 words
  20. STEAMER MOONTA.

    PERTH, August 31.—The report that the steamer Moonta had been towed off the beach near in Robb's Jetty, when grounded a few days ago, proved incorrect. ...

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  21. GOLDEN WATTLE.

    Shake your golden holla. O wattle Shake your golden bells! Tis a merry tale of springtime That their music tells. ...

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  22. SHUNTING ACCIDENT.

    PENOLA, August 30.—The engine attached to a goods train ran off the line in the station yard last evening. It was shunting at the time and fouled the points. ...

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  23. CRIPPEN'S TRIAL.

    Crippen in a condition bordering on breakdown, now that his trial for the murder of his wife has begun, and special steps have been necessitated to guard him. ...

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  24. MINT AT PRETORIA.

    The Minister for the Interior. Mines, and Defence in the South African Union Ministry (Mr. J. C. Smuts), has taken steps for the ...

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  25. GOLDEN WATTLE. AUSTRALIA'S EMBLEM.

    Wattle! Emblem of Australia! Flower of sun-gold splendour bright! Royal crown and fit regalia! Golden earth and [?] and light! ...

    Article : 209 words
  26. MOTHER AND SON.

    MELBOURNE, August 31.—A shocking railway accident occurred at the main street crossing, Lilydate, to-day. Mrs. Stewart, 45 years old, and her son, aged ...

    Article : 51 words
  27. NICARAGUA.

    The Times, in commenting on the peaceful situation which has at last been established in the Republic of of Nicaragua, dwells on the importance of the conventions made ...

    Article : 117 words
  28. DACOIT RAID.

    News has been received of a raid by Dacoits upon the town of Sylhet, one of the chief villages in the province of Assam, Eastern Bengal. ...

    Article : 120 words
  29. CONSPIRATORS.

    The High Court at Calcutta has sentenced 11 Bengalis, who were being tried upon a charge of conspiracy in the province of Khulna. ...

    Article : 44 words
  30. NAUGHTY STORIES.

    In the High Court today argument was continued in the appeal brought by the Rev. J. B. Ronald against the derision of the State Full Court in not having granted ...

    Article : 433 words
  31. PUBLIC HOUSE RATING

    An important test case in which it was sought to secure a lower assessment of an hotel for rating purposes owing to an alleged depression of its selling value ...

    Article : 268 words
  32. SEAMEN'S RIGHTS.

    The International Tran port Workers Federation sitting in congress at Copenhagen, has demanded the abolition of teh practice of imprisoning seamen for ...

    Article : 129 words
  33. DODGING THE TAXES.

    Yesterday 12 officials employed in the collection of the octroi tax in Paris were accused of being implicated in defrauding the authorities to the extent, of £200.000. ...

    Article : 107 words
  34. THE WATTLE BLOSSOM BLOOM.

    You may brag about old England, Where the grass is over green; And the bonnie hills of Scotland, Where the mists are always seen. ...

    Article : 348 words
  35. PIRATES SMOKED OUT.

    After a long siege the pirates of the Island of Colowan have been smoked out of their fastness in the caves by the Portaguess soldiery from Macan. Numbers have ...

    Article : 216 words
  36. FIGHT BARRED.

    After many arrangements and interferrences Bill Lang, the Australian champion pugilist, and Stanley Ketch I have still to find a place on America where they may ...

    Article : 66 words
  37. CHOLERA.

    Following two cases of cholera which were discovered at Spendau, eight miles from Berlin (one of which proved fatal), another cholera victim has died in the ...

    Article : 49 words
  38. GREAT WATERWAYS.

    An inter-Parliamentary Conference at Brussells has recommended the adoption of a general treaty providing for the opening of all the great waterways to universal ...

    Article : 47 words
  39. GENERAL CABLES.

    Col. Richard H. Davies, C.B., formerly Inspector-General of the forces in the [?] of New Zealand, has been appointed to the command of the Sixth Infantry ...

    Article : 36 words
  40. AN OLD TRUNDLER.

    The death has occurred of Allen Hill, the renowned old Yorkshire bowler, who was born in November, 1845. ...

    Article : 21 words
  41. Advertising

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  42. SENT TO COVENTRY.

    The Coventry Club, in the Northern Rugby Union, has engaged the services of L. O'Malley the Australian player. ...

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  43. AUSTRALIA'S EMBLEM FLOWER.

    There's a cherished little treasure, Dearly loved by every Power. "Tis their emblem—gives sweet pleasure. Be it leaf or plant of flower. ...

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  44. POPULATION OF IRELAND.

    The natural increase iu the population of Ireland in 1909 was 27.786. The Joss by emigration amounted to 28,676. ...

    Article : 22 words
  45. READY-MADE FARMS.

    The Daily Telegraph, writing in reference to the settlement of the lands on the Midland Railway. Western Australia, emphasizes the importance of the scheme for ...

    Article : 32 words
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