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  2. Last Night's Messages

    The Australian destroyers Yarra and Parramatta have arrived at Balik Papan. ...

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    LONDON, Thursday.—Mr. Asquith attended the Lord Mayor's banquet, and delivered the usual Guild Hall speech. This, he said, was the third occasion ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    New Zealand is arranging, for an issue of £5,000,000 worth of 3½ per cent, bonds. The German Crown Prince will ...

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    A resolution of the Wharf Labourers' Union to admit no more, members to the Union has not caused any immediate concern amongst shipping circles. ...

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  6. The Day of Combines.

    In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Hughes introduced a bill to amend the Judiciary. Act. Mr. King, O'Malley introduced a hill to ...

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    LONDON, Thursday.—Newspaper correspondents who were on the scene during the recent riotous outbreak, describe as most ruthless the destruction of shop ...

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  8. The Bullfinches.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—There is little to report what, is fresh about the Bullfinches, except that values are Well maintained, Mr. Holmes' find, is said to be ...

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  9. The Veto Conference.

    Mr. Asquith, the Premier, has anthorised the following announcement:— "The Veto Conference has ended without arriving at any agreement." ...

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  10. Mostly Speculative.

    The Minister, for Mines and other Ministers made a three days' tour of the goldfields, accompanied by the Governmeniti Geologist. They spen a day on the ...

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  11. The Senate.

    In the Senate the members took, a favourable view of the penny postage proposals. A few Labour members resisted the bill. ...

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  12. The Welsh Strike.

    Mr. Asquith, the Premier, is shortly to confer with the coal owners in connection with the miners' strikes. The delegates have written a ...

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  13. Another Find.

    A number of representatives from, the various banks, have left, Perth to select sites on the relative find at Three Springs. Fine samples, have reached' ...

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  14. Australians to Live Decently.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Acting Prime Minister, who was present at the Lord Mayor's dinner in Melbourne, said, the Federal Parliament was not trenching on ...

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  15. The Local-Option Returns.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 139 words
  16. The Constitution Alteration.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. Hughes has received a letter from Mr. McGdwen asking the, Federal Government to state the extent to which it proposes the exercise ...

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  17. DEATHS.

    Intelligence reached Grafton during the week of the death of Mr. J. O. Burgess, which took place at his residence, Vancluse, Sydney, on 7th inst. Deceased ...

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  18. Defeat of Rooseveltism.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The New York press recognises the defeat of Rooseveltism, which is serious for Mr. Roosevelt. It is thought that it is unlikely, ...

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  19. Grafton-Glenreagh Railway.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. John McFarlane, M.L.A., member for the Clarence, interviewed the Premier to-day, and pointed out that the tenders closed on ...

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  20. The Osborne Judgment.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The ''Manchester Guardian" states that the Lancashire cotton operatives are divided upon the Osborne judgment, whick prohibits the ...

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  21. Mine Fatalities.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The total fatalities as the result of the disaster in the Victor American mire numbered 51. The bodies of 29 dead Mexicans were ...

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  22. Land Must First be Cheapened.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A deputation from the British Immigration League waited upon the Premier. with the view of urging the encouragement of immigration. ...

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  23. An Old Naval Base.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Esquimalt, the naval base, has been taken over by the Canadian Government from the Imperial authorities. ...

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  24. The Federal Parliament.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—In the House, of Representatives yesterday, tlie second readr inJJ.of thc Federal Capital Dill was carrion niter lengthy discussion. ...

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  25. The Scottish Commission.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—members of the Scottish. Agricultural Commission said good-bye to this State? yesterday, when they crossed the border into Victoria. ...

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  26. Educational Board.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Council of the Teachers' Association adopted a resolution that it is desirable that the Association be directly represented on the board ...

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  27. Portuguese Republic Recognised.

    LONDON, Thursday.—British, French, Spanish, and Italian ambassadors called at the Foreign Office in Lisbon, and announced that they had been authorised ...

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  28. Paris Chamber of Deputies.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The, Paris Chamber of Deputies divided oil the, motton of confidence in the Briand Ministry. The Government majority was 87. ...

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  29. A Caucus Meeting.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—At a caucus meeting of the Federal Labour Party, a discussion took pince upon the findings of the Postal Commission. ...

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  30. Accident to a Tram Driver.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—While a tram driver was working between two cars, holding one of the earth leads in one hand while he prepared to tighten a screw with a ...

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  31. A Ghastly Find.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Count Seefried, the husband of a granddaughter of the Austrian Emperor, discovered the head of a young girl lying on a writing table ...

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  32. Troubles of Tramway Men.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A deputation of tramway men waited upon the Premier, and laid before him the troubles they sustained in the severe test upon their ...

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  33. The Doings of the Members.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Minister for Lands has issued an order increasing the pay of surveyors' labourers, who at present receive. 6s per day. ...

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  34. Limitation of Wealth.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A meeting, of, the furniture trade decided to send the two following resolutions to the meeting of the Political Labour League to be held ...

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  35. Frozen Meat to Austria.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Premier has received a communication from the AgentGeneral on the subject of shortage of fresh meat throughout the Austrian domins ...

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  36. United States Elections.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The revised reports indicate the Republicans' majority in the Senate has come down to ten. Democrats have a gain, of eight seats. ...

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  37. The Weather.

    Light rain set in on Thursday evening and yesterday was followed by several smart showers. The rain will do a gread deal of good to vegetation of all kinds, ...

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  38. Home Rule All Round.

    LONDON, Thursday.—At a meeting of the Liberal Eighty Club a resolution was passed in which it was proposed that the Government prepire a bill for Home ...

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  39. Distribution of the Receipts.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The question of the distribution of the propaganda money engaged the attention of the Australian Football Council this morning. The ...

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  40. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society.

    At a meeting of intending members held at, Richards' auction rooms on Thursday evening, Mr. T. Richards in the chair, it was resolved to form a branch of the ...

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  41. The Unruly Alderman.

    SVUNEY, Friday.—At the Burwood Police Court to-day Alderman Weil, for declining to withdraw from a meeting of this Enfield Municipal Council when ...

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  42. A Will Dispute.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—In the will of Peter Kleemo, diamond merchant, sworn at £23,000, an action was heard, Frank, Walter, and Lily Kleemo, the executors ...

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  43. Zulu Chief Dinizulu.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Zulu chief Diuizulu, who was released while undergoing a term of Imprisonment in Natal for aiding rebellion, and transferred, to ...

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  44. The " Bookie " Routed.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—In the New Zealand House of Representatives, the Gaining Bill has passed through all its stages. lt abolishes the bookmaker, and ...

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  45. Inefficiency of the Railway.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The railway authorities admit the possibility of a serious block in the railway traffic during the coming grain senson. While the demond ...

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  46. In Defence of the Land Tax.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—At the Presbyterian Assembly in Melbourne, replying to a remark as to the hushranging schemes of the Federal Government, made by Rev. ...

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  47. An Action Against Sydney Papers.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Full Court heard, an argument to-day respecting, an application on behalf of Boris Senkovitch for a rule nisi calling upon the "Daily ...

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  48. Results of Lynching.

    LONDON, Thursday.—In conction with Ch the lynching of a Mexican, in America, who confessed to the murder of a woman in Texas, the Mexican Government ...

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  49. Order to Land Agents.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Minister for Lands has issued an order, with the view. of securing information as to the actual number of bona fide applicants, to each ...

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  50. A Chance for Home Capital

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. Griffith Minister for Works, told a deputation that If he had ten millions of money he could invest it in public works that would yield four ...

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