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  2. Mr Justice O'Connor's Tour

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Mr. Justice O'conner has returned to Australia from his tour. He says that amongst the many places ...

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  3. Trade With Australia.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Major Harris, the Victorian Government Immigration Agent in Canada, has arrived in Sydney from Vancouver, and accompanying him ...

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  4. American Presidency.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Presidential campaign is now in full blast. President Taft, in a speech officially accepting the Republican nomination, frankly ...

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  5. LATE CABLES.

    The coldest August for half a century is being experienced in England. The Grampians are snowclad. A party of haymakers in Cumberland were ...

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  6. Telegraphic Summary.

    News from Port Darwin states that 2400 deaths have occurred from plague at Hongkong this year. As a result, of a cloud-burst at ...

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  7. The Supply of Fish.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The report and recommendations of the Royal Commission of Inquiry as to Food Supplieswith respect to the sale and distribution of fish ...

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  8. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, Sunday.—-Kid M'Coy, the wellknown. American boxer, was brought before the Bow-street Police Court on an extradition warrant charged with ...

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  9. Officers for Australian Army.

    The following have passed the promotion examination in connection with the Australian Defence Staff:—Majors—White Darvall, Hunt, and Holman; Captain ...

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  10. Oil Steamer Ablaze.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The, passenger steamer J.A. K[?]rn was on fire off the San Francisco coast on Wednesday night and a few passengers were injured. An ...

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  11. Dr. Morrison's Appointment.

    The "Daily Telegraph" correspondent at Peking, says there' is much comment in the Legations over Dr. Morrison's appointment at a handsome salary. The ...

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  12. The Titanic Report.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Lord Mersey's report and recommendations on the loss of the Titanic have been received with dissatisfaction in the highest German ...

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  13. R.A. Horse Sales.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The horse sales of the Royal Agricultural Show were held in the Agricultural Grounds to-day. Draught horses were placed first on the ...

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  14. A Sad Calamity.

    Several' of the boys of the Dulwich Scouts' Mission are encamped at Sheernese. Twenty-three lads and five adults were in a cutter when a gust capsized ...

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  15. Disposing of the Baby.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A young and richlyattired lady, motoring, through the country-side at Berlin, stopped, a peasant woman and handed her a basket and ...

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  16. A Burglar Caught.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A sensational affair occurred at Marrickville on Saturday morning, when Mr. A. Hodkinson was aroused at 5 o'clock by a noise in his ...

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  17. Commonwealth Represented.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Sir George Reid will visit Halifax as the representative of the Commonwealth at the unveiling of the Empire monument to commemorate the ...

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  18. Public Schools' Competition.

    Captan J. Reddish, Superintendent of Drill and Physical Training, Department of Public Instruction, has issued the following conditions and instructions ...

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  19. Federal and State Banks.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—In respect to the Federal Savings Bank, Premier Scaddan states that if West Australia, like N.S. Wales, has to raise its interest to 3½ per ...

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  20. Americans in Mexico.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Mexicana are jubilant over the statement President Taft has made, which is interpreted that the United States will not interfere even ...

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  21. A Liberal Candidate.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The F. and S. Association have agreed by 23 votes to 8 to support Mr. Higgins, the selected Liberal candidate for Bingara[?] One ...

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  22. The Residential Conditions.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Mr. Griffith says that in the new land legislation. Act. the Government intends to bring forward an alteration. It will be made in the ...

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  23. Mr. Griffith on Taxation.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—"The only taxation on the people is the Income Tax, which is not collected from the small man, the probate duties, and a few other small ...

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  24. A Lost Document.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Litigation has arisen, out of the division of the estate of the late Mr. E. H. Chaffee, of America, in which £400,000 is ...

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  25. Bursaries Endowment Board.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The members of the Bursaries Endowment Board have drafted a number of regulations and submitted same for the approval of the ...

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  26. Judgment Against Sugar Company.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The New Zealand Chief Justice gave judgment in the case against the Colonial Sugar Company. His Honour, ordered the production of ...

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  27. Welding the Empire.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Mr. Bonar Law, in proposing the health, of the Canadian guests at the Carlton Club, said he welcomed the statesmen from the Dominion ...

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  28. Superior to Australian Meat.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Mr. Young, General Manager, of the Pastoral Finance Association, has returned from England. He states that one reason the New Zealand ...

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  29. Tram Accident.

    SYDNEV, Monday.—The railway accident at Parramatta was unattended by injury, to passengers A loaded passen train, of 14 cars crashed through the ...

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  30. Considering a Dispute.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—At Hobart a Board[?] of Conciliation consisting of the Common wealth Steamship Owners' Association and the local branch of the local ...

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  31. CABLE BREVITIES.

    A movement has been started to unite all transport workers into one union. The. King and Queen have contributed £500 and £100 respectively to the ...

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  32. The Navigation Bill.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—If the Federal Navigation Bill is passed in its present form It will prohibit vessels carrying, coloured crews taking cargo, and passengers ...

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  33. Minister for Works Innovation.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Minister for Work's has established a system of rewarding men getting through their work quickly at Burrenjuck. After paying ...

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  34. A Huge Blaze.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A fire occurred early this morning in the five-floor warehouse of Ayer's Baker Co., York-street. within an hour the fire was ...

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  35. Cadets Provided For.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Estimates will be brough before the [?] of Representatives on Tuesday, and the business is likely to occupy the whole of the s[?]tting, ...

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  36. An Old Identity Gone.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—An old identity, John Johnson, of Launceston, about 60 years of age, and known as "Blind George," who for years sold matches ...

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  37. High Price Foodstuffs.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Sydney Labour Council will at their next meeting, discuss [?]osals for reducing the high price of [?]ffs during the currency of the ...

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  38. Adulterated Footwear.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The outcome of the determination by the last Premiers[?] Conference was that Victoria and N.S. Wales had arranged to introduce uniform ...

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  39. Garrison Artillery Resignations.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Nothing further has occurred in connection with the resignations in the Australian Garrison Artillery. Senator McDougall has given notice ...

    Article : 42 words
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