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  2. AMAZING DISASTER.

    The great aerial race from parts to Madrid has been arranged to begin to-day. Huge crowds of people have flocked to the starting place, among them are members ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. PLAGUE'S TERRIBLE TOLL.

    It is officially reported from Bombay that the number of deaths from plague during the past week reached an appalling total of ...

    Article : 340 words
  4. FOOTBALLER FELLED.

    Early in the last quarter of the football match between Carlton and University, and incident occurred with caused a howl of indignation all around the ground. In a ...

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  5. THREE GOVERNORS..

    A rollicking sea anil crisp, winter sunshine gave piquant freshness to the welcome of Sir John and Lady Fuller to Adelaide. The new Governor of Victoria and ...

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  6. DRIVER PROSECUTED

    At is not unusual for employers to institute Police Court proceedings against employes for breaches of the Masters and Servents' Act, but it is exceptional to take ...

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  7. TRADE & LABOUR.

    A meeting of the Government (General Workers Association was held af the Trades Hall on Friday evening. The President (Mr. Anstey, M.P.) occupied the ...

    Article : 211 words
  8. OLD-TIME CRICKETER,

    The death has occurred in his seventieth year of Dr. Edward M. Grace, elder brother of the world-famed "W. G." The decease of "the little doctor" ...

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  9. THE VINTAGE.

    Last vintage the State produced 2,509,797 gallons of wine. What the Feason just terminated has returned is problematical, but it is generally ...

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  10. WOODLUPINE SUSPECT.

    David Horatio Smithson, for whose arrest a warrant was issued on Friday on a charge of having wilfully murdered the young woman, Frances Compton, at ...

    Article : 154 words
  11. CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.

    The Industrial Register (Mr. A. M. Stewart) has received an application from the Australian Society of Carpenters and Joiners for admission under the ...

    Article : 36 words
  12. BRICKYARD EMPLOYES.

    The Brickyard Employes Association a month ago decided that the members should refine to work with unfinancial members after May 19. At a meeting held ...

    Article : 318 words
  13. TOLL OF THE AIR,

    As was feared when the nature of his terrible injuries was made known M. Pierre, Marie has succumbed. The death of two more French aviators ...

    Article : 292 words
  14. PERTURBED BRAZIL.

    Seven Hundred men-recent naval mutineers and criminals from the prisons— were deported from Brazil in the steamer Satellite, which left Rio dc Janeiro on ...

    Article : 124 words
  15. THE TERRITORY.

    A strong party has been formed at Port Darwin to undertake the expedition to Caledon Bay in the Gulf of Carpentaria. It consists of six white. three blacks, and ...

    Article : 94 words
  16. CASUALTIES.

    John Geach, a wharf labourer, had several ribs broken while working in the hold: of the interstate steamer Kyarra at Port i Adelaide on Saturday afternoon. A sling ...

    Article : 60 words
  17. SWELTERING HEAT.

    The heat wave troubled the people of Chicago two or three days ago. but it is on the Atlantic coast of the United States that the midsummer conditions have ...

    Article : 97 words
  18. ROPE AND NAIL WORKERS' STRIKE.

    After having held several meetings, the subcommittee from the Trades and Labour Council, which has been negotiating for a settlement for the past week or so, has ...

    Article : 183 words
  19. PIRIE TALLY CLERKS.

    PORT PIRIE, May 21.—Efforts are be ing made to form a union amongst the tally clerks on the wharfs. ...

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  20. MISHAP ON A FARM.

    NHILL, May 19.—A Serious accident occurred on Mr. George Bell's farm. Mount Elgin road, to Mr. Alexander Billingham, who was drilling with a six-horse team. ...

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  21. PIRIE HAIRDRESSERS.

    PORT PIRIE,, May 21.—The conference between the hairdressers and their employes has resulted in an agreement which is Stated to be satisfactory to both parties. ...

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  22. FRIENDS OF ANIMALS.

    At the. annual meeting (in Jermyn street) of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, over which the Chairman of the Committee (Col. Sir ...

    Article : 165 words
  23. COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 833 words
  24. BROKEN ARM.

    MOUNT BARKER, Slay 19.—Mrs. Frank Miller, who resides with her mother (Mrs. McKenzie), has had the misfortune to break her right arm, just above the ...

    Article : 78 words
  25. VICTORIAN NAVVIES' TROUBLE.

    MELBOURNE. May 21.—Pending an appeal to Parliament for a wage of 8 n day, the navvies employed in the construction of the gravitation yards at North ...

    Article : 61 words
  26. FEDERATED OPERATIVE BAKERS UNION.

    A meeting of the union was held on Saturday evening. The President (Mr. F. Fielder) presided over a large attendance. Seven new member were admitted. ...

    Article : 140 words
  27. LABOUR AT THE BARRIER.

    BROKEN, HILL, May 21.—Mr. W. H. Barnett (Secretary of the A.M.A.) has made an official statement regarding the reported shortage of mining labour on the ...

    Article : 223 words
  28. BARRIER FIRES.

    BROKEN HILL, May 21—A fire at about 12 o'clock last night destroyed a four roomed house in Eyre street, South Broken . Hill, owned and occupied by Mr. J. ...

    Article : 106 words
  29. HOUNDSDITCH TRIALS.

    At the trial for conspiracy to enter a jewellery establishment in Houndsdotch , from which the murder of three policemen took, place of four Russian suspects, Jacoh ...

    Article : 96 words
  30. AGGRESSIVE UNIONISM.

    The special repressntative of The Sydney Daily Telegraph, writing in regard to the restive spirit which appears to have gripped young men in Adelaide who are ...

    Article : 163 words
  31. CRUSHED IN A JUKE.

    KALGOORLIE, May 21.-Early on Saturday morning Harry Angwin, shift boss of the Eclipse Mine, and Ben Williams, a miner, were preparing to brine away a quantity of loose earth in No. 8 ...

    Article : 174 words
  32. THE PAPUAN TRIP.

    On account of the limited number of members of the Federal Parliament undertaking the Papuan trip, the Acting Minister for External Affairs,(Sr. Findley) has ...

    Article : 363 words
  33. BARRIER IRONMOULDERS DISPUTE.

    BROKEN' HILL, May 21.—The Barrier Labour Federation has decided in connection with the local ironmoulders dispute that the executive committee be instructed ...

    Article : 72 words
  34. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has heard the appeal in the action brought In the Golden Estates Company, Limited, Western ...

    Article : 90 words
  35. CABLES IN BRIEF.

    The portrait of Mrs. Robertson Williamson , by Sir Henry Raeburn. the great Scottish artist, who painted many of the most promineut men and women of his ...

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  36. SHORTAGE OF LABOUR.

    In respect to tie shortage of labour which extends over every State in the Commonwealth, the following letter from the Minister of Labour in Sydney (Mr. (G. S ...

    Article : 299 words
  37. A CABMAN'S STRANGE DEATH. .

    MELBOURNE, -May 21.—On Thursday two cabmen. Patrick Ryan, aged 48 years, and John McGrath, made a dash for a florin which was lying on the ...

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  38. QUEENSLAND SAWMILL EMPLOYED.

    BRISBANE, May 21.—The employes of the Government sawmill at Inglewood downed tools last night, and demanded higher wages. Those receiving 8/ want ...

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  39. FROM THE WORLD'S PRESS.

    Yawn a often as possible, bat yawn well, is the new medical precept. "A good yawn is excellent for the lungs. It is also to be recommended when a difficulty ...

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  40. FRANCE TO CANADA.

    The military wireless station operators on the Eiffel Tower in Paris Lave succeeded in sending several messages direct to Ca nada. ...

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  41. MAWSON EXPEDITION.

    Dr. Douglas Mawson, who will head the forthcoming expedition to the antarctic, left by the R.M.S. India to-day on his return to Australia. Dr. ...

    Article : 77 words
  42. ANGLICAN SEE AT KALGOORLIE.

    A special appeal is being made to ranis £7,000 in subscriptions of £1 to establish an Anglican See at Kalgoorlie. Sees have been created it Bunbury and North-West ...

    Article : 64 words
  43. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    In Settiement of the controversy regarding whether Harry should accept the challenge of Arnst first, or of the other Australiasian sculler, Fogwell, the English ...

    Article : 73 words
  44. PROMINENT MEN IN TROUBLE.

    Four prominent citizens of Victoria, British Columbia, have been arrested on suspicion of being implicated in a series of thefts from the State capital's naval stores. ...

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  45. OCTOPUS TRUSTS.

    Federal Attorney-General Wickersham, in a statement concerning the Government's attitude to the great combines and its determination, particularly to ...

    Article : 42 words
  46. LATE MINING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 222 words
  47. SEAMEN PROTEST.

    As a protest against, me refusal of me Shipping Federation to admit that seamen have any grievances requiring discussion in conference at present, the National ...

    Article : 91 words
  48. CANADA'S HOME-MADE NAVY.

    The Dominion Government has determined, in relation to its naval defence policy, that as far as possible its navy Shall be constructed in Canada. ...

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  49. TYPHOID AT BROKEN HILL.

    At the Hospital Board meeting last night Mr. W. E. Wainwright moved that the attention of the Mayor be drawn to the prevalence of typhoid in the city, as ...

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  50. INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION.

    It has been officially communicated that Mir American Government has brought a draft of an international arbitration treaty under the notice of the German ...

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  51. LABOUR UNION AT BLACKWOOD.

    BLACKWOOD, Hay 20.—On Friday evening Capt. Smeaton, M.P, addressed a fair audience in the Blackwood Parish Hall on the position of the Labour Party and ...

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  52. FEMALE MAGISTRATES FOR CHILDREN.

    The French Senate has passed a law empowering women to hold Magisterial enquiries prior to the trial of offenders of either sex under the age of 13. ' ...

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  53. IMPORTATION OF MINERS.

    Mr. Delprat (General Manager of the I Proprietary Company) is away from Broken Hill at present, but other mine managers declare that they know nothing of ...

    Article : 70 words
  54. AUCKLAND PLAGUE OUTBREAK.

    The Health Officer of New Zealand has communicated to the Board of Health here data of plague outbreak at Auckland from March 20 to May 6. Seven cases ...

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  55. AUSTRALASIAN FOREIGN CONSULS.

    The King; has approved of the reappointment of Mr. F. Huylebroeck, of Melbourne, as Consul-General for Belgium, in Australia (with the ...

    Article : 69 words
  56. SWAN BOYS ORPHANAGE.

    The Unter-Secretary (Mr. North) has Sonducted a departmental enquiry into the allegations made against the management of the swan Boy's orphanage' mainly in ...

    Article : 43 words
  57. LABOUR SHORTAGE AT LOBETHAL.

    LOBETHAL, May 19.—Labour is scarce here, and the woollen milk are working shorthanded, ...

    Article : 17 words
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