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  2. UNITED STATES AND CANADA.

    The Washington correspondent of The Times states that the increased price of printing paper has caused the American Secretary of State (Mr. P. C. Knox) to ...

    Article : 88 words
  3. HIGH COMMISSIONERS' STATUS.

    The London Daily Chronicle, in an article alluding to the fact that the Court of St. James has hitherto not recognised the official status of the High Commissioners and ...

    Article : 145 words
  4. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    The Premier (Mr. Murray) and the Treasurer (Mr. Watt) returned to-day from their conference in Sydney with Mr. Wade. Both said they regarded as satisfactory ...

    Article : 120 words
  5. THE LATE CATHERINE HELEN SPENCE.

    AT Palace Gardens the Bakewell family were settled in a furnished house belonging to Col. Palmer, one of the founders of South Australia, though never a resident ...

    Article : 2,369 words
  6. "OUTRAGEOUS AND IMPROPER."

    One of the witnesses examined in, the Insolvency Court to-day in connection with the estate of Miss Iila Bayne was Edward Newlands, printer, of Little ...

    Article : 272 words
  7. ALLEGED FRAUDULENT ENTRIES.

    Cyril Honeyfield was charge at the Water Police Court to-day with having, while clerk in the employ of Thomas Cook and Sons, made fake entries in a ...

    Article : 142 words
  8. SALE OF A STEAMER

    The action brought by Peter Federovitch Varawa, a Russian subject, against the Howard Smith Company, Limited, came before Mr. Justice a Beckett and a jury of ...

    Article : 1,268 words
  9. REV. H. S. WOOLLCOMBE

    The Rev. H. S. Woollcombe, who during the past few months has travelled through the Australian States and New Zealand, and has been organizing branches of the ...

    Article : 211 words
  10. FUGITIVE IN THE SCRUB.

    The police are still investigating the robbery at the Box Hill branch of the E.S. and A. Bank yesterday morning. This afternoon a story, which may prove of the ...

    Article : 140 words
  11. RUSSIA'S INDIGNATION

    One hundred members of the Right, Octobrists, and Nationalist sections of members of the Russian Duma have petitioned the President of that Assembly to return ...

    Article : 84 words
  12. AVIATION DISASTERS.

    Saturday was an unfortunate day for aeronauts, as a series of accidents happened. At the Lyons aerodrome an ...

    Article : 138 words
  13. HARBOUR DUES.

    One of the subjects discussed by the Premier (Mr. Murray) and the Treasurer (Mr. Watt) during their recent conference in Sydney with Mr. Wade was Mr. Watt's ...

    Article : 236 words
  14. AUSTRALIAN NAVAL STATION.

    The cruiser Hawke, 7,350 tons, is now at Portsmouth with the new crew for the cruiser Encounter, attached to the Australian Squadron. ...

    Article : 37 words
  15. THE LOCKER SYSTEM.

    Considerable trouble bas arisen here with regard to the operation of what is known as the locker system, in connection with the Sydenham Working Men's ...

    Article : 136 words
  16. NEWCASTLE STRIKERS.

    A final decision has been come to by the Government with respect to the petitions for the release of the men sentenced for the part taken by them in connection with ...

    Article : 264 words
  17. JAPAN AND KOREA.

    The recent announcement in Japan that the troops had to be prepared for trouble in Korea have been followed by continual rumours that Japan will shortly annex ...

    Article : 102 words
  18. WESTERN SENATE ELECTIONS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 133 words
  19. THE BARRIER.

    Sickness is rife in Broken Hill at present. During the past three weeks 47 cases of typhoid and 18 caws of diphtheria have been officially reported. This ...

    Article : 161 words
  20. HUNGRY CANNIBALS.

    Father Seyller, of the Marist Mission, on Bougainville Island, in the German Solomons, has spent the past few days in Brisbane on the way to Sydney on a holiday ...

    Article : 196 words
  21. ARGENTINE CENTENARY.

    'Argentina will, on May 25, celebrate the first centenary, of the revolution which secured her independence. In connection with it the Socialists threatened to declare ...

    Article : 114 words
  22. VICTORIA.

    The President of the Legislative Council to-day issued the writs for the Legislative Council elections. Polling will takes place on June 2, and the writs must be returned ...

    Article : 39 words
  23. QUEENSLAND LABOUR PARTY.

    The State Labour Convention opened to-day. Mr. Bowman (Leader of the Parliamentary Labour Party) presided. The report stated that it was not yet possible ...

    Article : 162 words
  24. OUR COAL MINE.

    A visit to the South Australian Government coal property at Kurri Kurri showed that much development work has been carried out. Large dams are being sunk, and ...

    Article : 125 words
  25. "THE BIGGEST LIAR."

    During the hearing of an assault case in the Ballarat Court to-day, a witness was asked if it was not true that he had admitted that he was "the biggest liar in ...

    Article : 111 words
  26. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A further instalment of the Government policy was disclosed by the Premier (Mr. Wade) on Monday night at the close of a long meeting of Cabinet. A substantial ...

    Article : 134 words
  27. DRAGGING ALONG.

    The trial of Patrick Hill, on a charge of subornation of perjury in connection with the action of Ronald v. Harper, was continued, to-day, before the Chief Justice ...

    Article : 92 words
  28. CUMBERLAND COLLIERY DISASTER.

    The colliers of Whitehaven had nearly reached the stage of rioting at the Wellington pit mouth in consequence of the decision—which they thought premature—to ...

    Article : 129 words
  29. COPPER DISCOVERY.

    The analysis made at the Mines Laboratory of the samples of copper discovered at the Powlett coalfield have proved inconclusive. The samples contain metallic ...

    Article : 71 words
  30. NATURALIST'S DEATH.

    Dr. Rosenfield was to-day called to a house in Raglan street, Port Melbourne. He found the occupant, Mr. Geay, a Frenchman, on the point of death, and he ...

    Article : 154 words
  31. HOME AGAIN.

    For an hour to-night the Port Melbourne Railway Pier was the scene of a joyful reunion—the meeting of mothers and little children after a long absence. The ...

    Article : 389 words
  32. PREMISES BURNED.

    Last night Mr. G. Bailey, of Canterbury road, Surrey Hills, heard a noise in the front of his shop, lie went in to ascertain the cause, and placed a kerosine lamp on ...

    Article : 110 words
  33. ARMED BURGLAR.

    A sensational burglary was reported to the police early this morning. Mrs. Howard was sleeping with her infant in the bedroom—her husband was away at work ...

    Article : 96 words
  34. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    On Monday afternoon the flagship H.M.S. Powerful, accompanied by H.M.S. Challenger, left for Albany. They will replenish their bunkers with Westport coal. ...

    Article : 87 words
  35. ENGINEERS ON THE CLYDE.

    The members of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers who are working in the shipbuilding yards on the Clyde have claimed an advance of ½d. per hour. If ...

    Article : 80 words
  36. BOXING FATALITY,

    The inquest concerning the death of Edward Sloane Cleburne, as the result of injuries received at the amateur boxing contest at the Gaiety Athletic Hall, was ...

    Article : 215 words
  37. ROUGH LANGUAGE.

    At a meeting of the Bendigo Football Association to-night the Chairman (Cr. Smalley) said it was disheartening to go to football matches and hear the swearing ...

    Article : 104 words
  38. COMMONWEALTH STORES.

    The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. O'Malley) his approved of the acceptance of a tender for a store building for the Commonwealth departments at Darling Island ...

    Article : 106 words
  39. LONG JUMP RECORD.

    J. L. Davies, the University champion athlete, established a new Victorian long jump record at the University sport to-day. He cleared 22 ft. 5½ in. The previous ...

    Article : 47 words
  40. VANCOUVER MAIL SERVICE.

    The Postmaster-General (Mr. Thomas) to-day announced that the Union Steamship Company had decided to call for tenders for the refrigerating space on ...

    Article : 144 words
  41. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Death of Mrs. Mary Quinlan.—The death is announced of Mrs. Mary Quinlan, widow of the late Mr. Francis Quinlan, formerly a County Court Judge ...

    Article : 91 words
  42. Advertising

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    Advertising : 728 words
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