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  2. AN ABUSE OF PRIVILEGE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Minister for Works (Mr. Griffith); addressing a meeting at Annandale last night said the live changes launched against him by ...

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  3. THE CHATSWOOD SPEECH.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. —The Premier addressed an enthusiastic meeting at Annandale on behalf of the candidature of his colleague, Mr. Griffith, who was ...

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  4. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY.

    Trafalgar Day was celebrated in Sydney yesterday. The wreck of the steamer Euroka was sold for £155. ...

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  5. THE LABOUR CAMPAIGN.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Premier (Mr. Holman) is pleased with the outlook of his party in the coming election. On his return yesterday from a visit ...

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  6. THE NAVAL HOLIDAY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The London "Daily Mail's" Berlin correspondent states that highest quarters strongly oppose Mr. Churchill's proposal for a cessation of ...

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  7. LABOR FEDERATION CONGRESS

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—At the Federation of Labour Congress, the chairman Mr. Watson) said they had only one enemy—the opposing class. ...

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  8. THE COLLIERY DISASTER.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—After the first rescue parties had returned to the surface after the Senghenydd colliery explosion, they reported that the danger ...

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  9. ROYAL DAIRY SHOW.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Commonwealth was awarded a gold medal for the best display of colonial produce at the Royal Dairy Show. ...

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  10. THE RECORD OF LIBERALISM.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—There was crowded attendance at the Paddington Town Hall last night, when the Premier spoke in support of the candidature of ...

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  11. THE SHACKLETON TRIAL.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The trial of Shackleton and Garlick, charged with defrauding Miss Browne, has begun. Miss Browne admitted that her affection for ...

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  12. THE EXTRAVAGANCE BOGEY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Speaking at a banquet tendered to the Ministers at Junee, Mr. Griffith took the opportunity to reply to the extravagance charges in ...

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  13. MINING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Copper in London was quoted: Buyers £74 7s 6d, sellers £74 12s 6d. A parcel of Mountain Maid gold sold ...

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  14. IRISH HOME RULE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. McKenna, Home Secretary, speaking at Griffithstown, Monmouthshire, said there was no necessity to discuss Home Rule at ...

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  15. MAIN ROADS' GRANT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Minister for Works stated that the Main Roads grant having been allocated among the various councils, the money is now ...

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  16. CABLE SUMMARY.

    Mr. Gooch, the ex-Liberal member fon Bath, is to contest the Reading seat, and Captain Leslie Wilson is the Unionist. The Admiralty recommends a debate on ...

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  17. EVADING MILITARY SERVICE.

    VIENNA, Tuesday.—In connection with the inducing of persons liable, to military training to emigrate to Canada, there have been several arrests in the offices ...

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  18. GRAFTON HIGH SCHOOL.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Briner, M.L.A., has received from Mr. Board, Director of Education, a reply to his inquiries regarding the Grafton High ...

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  19. THE COMMONWEALTH'S CREDIT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. L. Baillieu, hon. Minister in the Watt Ministry, of Victoria, has returned to Australia. There are people here, he said, who do ...

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  20. GARDEN ISLAND IMPROVEMENTS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The long stonewall in the House of Representatives against the works estimates vote of £10,000 for improvements of Garden ...

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  21. BRITISH-JAPANESE ALLIANCE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Japanese Ambassador in London made reference to the Alliance between Britain and Japan, which he said was gratifying. Despite ...

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  22. TRAFALGAR DAY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Despite the pitilessly persistent cold rain, thousands of people went to Trafalgar Square to pay homage to the memory of Lord Nelson. ...

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  23. LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Tuesday.— At the inauguration of Sir Rufus Isaacs as Lord Chief Justice of England, there was an unprecedented attendance of the Bench, Bar, ...

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  24. SUICIDE AT [?]VERELL.

    A young man named Henry Simpson, aged 25, shot himself dead on Saturday afternoon, at Inverell, under rather pathetic circumstances. Simpson, who was married ...

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  25. ADMIRAL KING HALL'S FAREWELL.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Admiral KingHall boarded the Cambrian at Melbourne yesterday and addressed a few words of appreciation and farewell to ...

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  26. FACTORY BURNT OUT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—There was a destructive fire at Balmain last night, a factory being burnt out and three dwelling houses severely damaged. The ...

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  27. THE MINIMUM STIPEND.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Victorian Anglican Synod carried amendments to the Patronage Act, providing that if parishioners do not make adequate ...

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  28. THE AISGILL COLLISION.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The trial on a charge of manslaughter, of Caudel, driver, of the train which smashed into anothen at Aisgill, is concluded. Accused again ...

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  29. NEW SOUTH WALES BANKING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The N.S. Wales banking averages for the September quarter show a decrease in deposits of £[?]264,000, as compared with ...

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  30. SHIPWRIGHTS ON STRIKE.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Wednesday.—There is no prospects of an early settlement of the Huntly strike. The Wellington watersiders propose to ...

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  31. THE ZEPPELIN DISASTER.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Count Zeppelin's enterprise is on the brink of collapse. The Count has many, enemies in the Government, and confidence is declining. ...

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  32. NORTH SHORE BRIDGE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Replying to a deputation, the Premier (Mr. Holman) said the policy of the Government was to build the North Shore Bridge upon a ...

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  33. SHIRE CLERK ARRESTED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A sensation has been caused at Gilgandra by the arrest of E. J. Colquhoun, Acting Shire Clerk and Secretary of the local Hospital ...

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  34. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CONFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The annual segsion of the New South Wales Congregational Union commenced yesterday, the Rev. Reynolds presiding. The annual ...

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  35. No-License Meting in Sydney.

    At a monster no-license meeting in the Town Hall on Monday Mr. D. R. Hall, M.L.C., Minister for Justice, said that his Government had been charged with ...

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  36. PARLIAMENTARIANS IN JOHANNESBURG.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Johannesburg Labour party has decided to boycott the banquet to the British Parliamentarians. They have refused to associate with the ...

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  37. SMALLPOX INQUIRY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Cook (the Prime Minister) states that steps will be taken to appoint a commission to inquire into the smallpox ...

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  38. North Coast Railway.

    The Minister for Works yesterday af ternoon was reminded that there was some grumbling in one of the North Coast electorates because he had withdrawn a ...

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  39. AUSTRIA'S ULTIMATUM.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—It is officially stated that the French Government will not admit that the Austrian ultimatum was justified, and inquires if Austria ...

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  40. THE CHURCH AND WOMEN.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.— By a majority of 123 votes the Anglican Synod conferred the Church franchise on women. Archbishop Clarke said: "In ...

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  41. THE CHURCH'S NONCHALANGE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—At the Congregational Union Conference yesterday, Rev. Reynolds, the new chairman, referred to religion and pleasure. In some ...

    Article : 53 words
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