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  2. MOTOR BANDITS.

    It appears that the motor bandits rejected a quantity of cyanide which was found on a prisoner's clothes. Larcombe, the leader of the bandits, ...

    Article : 150 words
  3. CANADIAN AFFAIRS.

    The Liberals have decided to continue their obstruction to the Navy Bill. The Government has entered into a contract with the chief Canadian steamship ...

    Article : 48 words
  4. HISTORICAL CONFERENCE.

    Sir George Reid presided over the colonial section of the Historical Conference. He said that colonists' history was a history of humane expansion in a ...

    Article : 48 words
  5. AMERICAN BETTING LAW.

    The "Daily Chronicle." anticipates the return of American horses to the United States from France and England owing to the New York State Supreme Court's ...

    Article : 54 words
  6. ANTHRAX IN LONDON.

    A workman discharging Chinese hides in London conveyed anthrax to his homo. His wife has since died from the disease. ...

    Article : 26 words
  7. MR. SCADDAN IN AMERICA.

    A civic welcome was accorded the Premier of Western Australia, Mr. Scaddan, on his arrival here. The High School cadets greeted him on his arrival and ...

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  8. AUSTRALIAN PEARS.

    The shipment of pears by the steamer Westfalens arrived in a rotten condition and were condemned. ...

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  9. FOUNDERING OF A SUBMARINE,

    The submarine boat Minoja foundered off Liban, and it was an hour and a half before it could be raised. When the crew were brought to the surface it was found ...

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  10. THE SCOTT EXPEDITION.

    Captain Jatson, of Wellington, writing to the Liverpool Merchants* Service Guild, alleges that Petty Officer Evans told a shipmate that Oates lost bis feet from ...

    Article : 79 words
  11. HUNGARIAN POLITICS.

    M. Zacharias, a deputy, has been sentenced to a months imprisonment and M. Hoffman and M. Beck, two other deputies, to imprisonment for a fortnight for ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. VOLCANOES ACTIVE.

    Mount Etna. Mount Vesuvius, and Mount Stromboli are active. ...

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  13. AERIAL NAVIGATION.

    Germany lias thirty-five flying machine factories. One company is building thirty-four biplanes for Russia. The Zeppelin airship has arrived at Metz. ...

    Article : 165 words
  14. BRITISH TRADE.

    For the first quarter of the year the imports of Great Britain showed an increase of £180,531, the exports an increase of £75,976. and the re-exports a ...

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  15. SUFFERAGISTS IN AMERICA

    Five hundred suffragists invaded the Capitol and presented their demand Afterwards formal resolutions to give votes to women were introduced in both ...

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  16. FRANCE AND AUSTRALIA.

    The President of the British Clumber , of Commerce entertained Captain R. M. Collins. Secretary to the Commonwealth Office, at a banquet. The President said ...

    Article : 76 words
  17. ANTI-JAPANESE LAW IN AMERICA

    An official protest has been received from Japan against Californian legislation which prevents Japanese from holding real properly within the limits of that ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. TROUBLE IN ZION CITY.

    The adherents of Mr. Dowie sought to drive out the smokers from the city. Disorders followed. Binds of crusaders attacked the city marshals and scattered ...

    Article : 59 words
  19. IRON IN CAFE COLONY.

    The discovery of promising deposits of iron ore between Kimberley and Prieska has been reported to the Mines Department. ...

    Article : 27 words
  20. A HUNTING ACCIDENT

    The Earl of Dudley's son Roderick was thrown from a horse while bunting and as picked up unconscious. ...

    Article : 23 words
  21. STRIKE RIOTS

    The twine workers at Albany struck work. Riots followed. Two people were killed. State troops are guarding the strike breakers. A settlement conference ...

    Article : 31 words
  22. SWITZERLAND

    The National Council Lab ratified the St. Gothard Convention extending to the whole of the Swiss federal system the most favoured treatment hitherto ...

    Article : 44 words
  23. THE ARGENTINE MEAT WORKS FIRE.

    Although the export of mutton from the Blanca moat freezing works continues, the export of chilled beef has been suspended The loss caused by the ...

    Article : 62 words
  24. INDIAN FRONTIER TRIBES

    The "Englishman" states-that throuble has broken out on the wakiri frontier, A fanatical muilah is preaching reprisals against the British for interfering with ...

    Article : 44 words
  25. DEFENCE OF GIBRALTAR.

    General Sir Archibald Hunter, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Gibraltar, has, been granted three months' leave of absence to enable local representations to ...

    Article : 34 words
  26. THE PANAMA CANAL

    Mr. Root has introduced the Panama. Bill in the House of Representatives. It is expected that the question of tolls trill be forced on the attention of Congress ...

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  27. THE ASTORIA AGROUND.

    The steamer Astoria, grounded on a bank in the Mini River and upon being towed into deep water capsized. Twenty-two parsons were drowned. ...

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  28. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Mr. Howard Berry, ex-President of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce, in as interview, said that he would personally sooner see the dominions join in ...

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  29. A NEW STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

    A steamship company with a capital of £l,000,000 has been formed to enter a service from Tilbury Docks to Ostend. commencing in June, 1914. ...

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  30. THE GERMAN ARMY.

    Sixty-one Socialist meetings at Berlin yesterday parsed resolutions protesting' against the Army Bill. ...

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  31. HEW ZEALAND MEAT.

    Kr. Mackenzie, High Commissioner for New Zealand, attended the Police Court when a batcher named Shanklin was prosecuted for ha vine substituted a lower grade ...

    Article : 55 words
  32. COLONIAL LOANS

    The underwriters will take nine-fourths per cent of the South African loan. The City of Hobart is issuing a loan of £250.000. bearing interest at four and ...

    Article : 38 words
  33. GERMAN COLONIES.

    The report of the Colonial Bank states that negotiations are proceeding to extend Germany's colonial possessions. ...

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  34. THE OLYMPIC HAWKE COLLISION.

    The appeal by the white Star Line [?] the decision in the Olympie collision case has been dismissed. The Court held that the Olympic alone was to ...

    Article : 36 words
  35. THE BLAENUON COLLIERY FIRE.

    There officials who descended to extinguish the fire in the Blacnuon Colliery perished. They were overcome by the Fumes. ...

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  36. RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN AUSTRIA.

    Four persons were killed and five seriously injured in a collision between a passenger train and a goods train at ...

    Article : 28 words
  37. MESSRS. D. AND W. MURRAY, LIMITED.

    Messrs. D. and W. Murray, Limited, have declared a dividend of five per cent. ...

    Article : 23 words
  38. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    The Committee appointed by British Postmaster-General. Mr. Samuels, to study long distance wireless telegraphy has inspected Poulsen's station. ...

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  39. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUAD2011

    Commander Carver, late commander of the Torch, in a letter to the "Morning Post," says that over two years ago, when the Torch sailed for Sydney. She ...

    Article : 89 words
  40. FRENCH NAVAL CONSTRUCTION.

    The Government is introducing supplementary naval credits totalling £20,000,000 to be spread over ten [?] This expenditure will include three battleships, ...

    Article : 40 words
  41. FLOODS IN UNITED STATES

    Floods are threatening the coal mines at Harrisburg. Five thousand miners are [?] The Federal Government is considering ...

    Article : 35 words
  42. THE PUTUMAYO ATROCITIES.

    A blue book on the putumayo atrocities has been published. It states that the British Consul had made a tour of the Putumayo district with the American. ...

    Article : 255 words
  43. THE RECENT GAMING RAID

    In connection with the recent raid on the earning establishment at Knights-Bridge, Rasile, the Italian keeper of the, place, has been fined £250 and ordered to ...

    Article : 61 words
  44. Advertising

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  45. MEMBERS SALARIES.

    The Auditor-General, in his annual report, questions the legality of the rebate of £100 allowed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in assessing for the ...

    Article : 65 words
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