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  2. LONG SITTING ENDS.

    With Mr. Anstey (Labor) upbraiding his party for giving up the fight, the Preference Prohibition Bill was pushed through committee by the ...

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  3. HOME RULE.

    The resumption of the interrupted debate on the third reading of the Home Rule Bill was responsible for the House of Commons being ...

    Article : 593 words
  4. RUMORS OF REVOLT.

    Advices from Vera Cruz state that there are renewed rumor, there of a revolt in Mexico City against the Huertan administration. ...

    Article : 58 words
  5. IMPERIAL PREFERENCE.

    In the South African Union Assembly the income tax debate developed into a discussion on Imperial preference which Mr. Fremantle ...

    Article : 90 words
  6. GRAINS OF GOLD.

    Friendship, like phosphorus, [?] most plainly when all is dark ground. To know how to wait is the great secret of success. ...

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  7. BREAD.

    In connection with the threatened bakers' strike over the day baking question, a firm of suburban bakers to-day issued thousands of circulars ...

    Article : 48 words
  8. MOVEMENTS OF POLICE.

    The troops at Newry are now confined to barracks. Extra police have arrived at Londonderry. Over a thousand have been ...

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  9. SUPPORT FOR BAKING OPERATIVES.

    The Foods Trades Committee to- night decided to support the action of the Baking Operatives' Union in their demand for day baking and higher ...

    Article : 120 words
  10. PEACE CONFERENCE.

    Satisfactory reports are being received from the Mexican Peace Conference at Niagara Falls. A basis has been reached on which ...

    Article : 63 words
  11. OVERSEAS CLUB.

    Advantage was taken of the Empire Day observance by the Overseas Club to open its new headquarters in London to-day. The ceremony was ...

    Article : 220 words
  12. NEW CARDINALS.

    The Papal Consistory has created 18 new Cardinals. ...

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  13. LONDON WHEAT MARKET

    The wheat market is quiet; business is being done at late rates. ...

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  14. £3000 DAMAGES AWARDED

    The action for libel instituted by Captain Thomas Webster Kemp, formerly commander of H.M.S. London, against Mr. Yexley, editor of the ...

    Article : 199 words
  15. THE RAILWAYS DEFRAUDED

    Reginald Draper, caterer and licensee of the Victoria Hotel, Bourke-street, Melbourne, was to-day fined £20 at the Kyneton court for ...

    Article : 121 words
  16. HUNGARIAN PATRIOT DEAD

    The death has occurred of Franc[?]nth the Hungarian political leader his 73rd year. ...

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  17. EXCITING FIRE.

    A fire occurred in a confectionery shop in Oxford-street early this morning. The smoke awoke Miss Edith Coale, the maragoress who woke Miss ...

    Article : 73 words
  18. LOST AIRMAN.

    Up to 8 o'clock this evening there was no news of Gustave Hamel, the missing airman, and very little home as now entertained. ...

    Article : 62 words
  19. PERSONAL.

    In the person of Mr.Laurence Finn, who passed away, peacefully on Sunday, at "Dura," the residence of his son, Mr. John Finn, a pioneer of 71 ...

    Article : 389 words
  20. BILLIARDS.

    The second billiard match of 18,000 up, for £100 aside, between George Gray and T. Newman, who is again receiving a start of 2,000 was ...

    Article : 65 words
  21. ARRESTED FOR ESPIONAGE

    A sensation was created in Paris to-day, when it became known that M. Clement-Bayard (designer of the well known airships which bear his ...

    Article : 124 words
  22. THE TITANIC DISASTER.

    The Supreme Court held that the owners of the Titanic are liable only in accordance with the American maritime law. This means that ...

    Article : 109 words
  23. BIGAMY.

    In the Supreme Court at Geelong to-day, George William Beveridge, aged 24, a laborer, residing at Camperdown, was charged with bigamy. ...

    Article : 173 words
  24. ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE

    The annual dinner of the Royal Colonial Institute was held this evening, when H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaught presided. ...

    Article : 124 words
  25. BILL IN THE LORDS.

    The Home Rule Bill reached the House of Lords for the last time this evening. The first reading was agreed to on the voices and the second ...

    Article : 25 words
  26. ALBANIAN REVOLT.

    Advices have been received that the rebels at Kavaja have expelled the Government officials and hoisted the Turkish flag. ...

    Article : 104 words
  27. "DEATH OF INGLORIOUS UNION.

    Mr. John Redmond, leader of the Irish party, was interviewed this evening after the third reading of the Home Rule measure had been ...

    Article : 288 words
  28. THE MARKETS.

    The yarding was much smaller than usual, numbering only 259 head, of which 70 were classed as stores. All classes wore in good demand at prices ...

    Article : 76 words
  29. BOY REFUSES TO DRILL.

    Eric Dineon, 16, who has not attended a drill, and says he does not intend to, was committed to Queenscliff for 20 days by Mr. Harris, J.P., today. ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. A CATHOLIC COLLEGE.

    An interesting announcement was made at St. Patrick's Cathedral last night by Rev. J. Ryan, S.J., during his sermon in connection with the ...

    Article : 211 words
  31. BOXING.

    Two interesting boxing contests took place in London this evening. At the National Sporting Club, "Jim" Sullivan, middleweight ...

    Article : 124 words
  32. BALLARAT STOCK MARKET.

    132 cattle penned. Prime bullocks to £17/10/; odd to £14; medium to £11; best cows to £11/15/; four calves to £8/6. ...

    Article : 89 words
  33. MAIN ROADS BOARD.

    The Main Road Board arrived here unexpectedly on Saturday afternoon, and had an interview with the Mayor of the borough. The board yesterday ...

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  34. COURSING.

    The draw for the Puppy Stakes of the Hexham and Mount Shadwell Clubs took place this afternoon. NORTH STATION STAKES. ...

    Article : 120 words
  35. MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET.

    Fat Sheep: 14, 600 penned, including 140 trucks and 600 by road. [?]ll classes were represented. There was a fair attendance of local and country ...

    Article : 229 words
  36. AERIAL MAIL SERVICE.

    The aerial mail between Melbourne and Sydney closes at 6 p.m. on Wednesday at the office of the promoters, Messrs. A. Rickard and Co. The ...

    Article : 41 words
  37. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    The attention of correspondents is directed to the notice appearing in our advertising columns to be effect that all communications must be ...

    Article : 54 words
  38. FOOTBALLERS AND UNIONISM.

    On Saturday the Castlemaine Foundry team of footballers was about to take the field against Castlemaine, when a majority of the team, who ...

    Article : 101 words
  39. GOVERNMENT GOLD MEDAL FOR DAIRY COWS.

    The Government gold medal was withheld at last Sale show because it was shown that the cow which was first in the dairy test had not been ...

    Article : 108 words
  40. LANGFORD BEATS WATKINS.

    Sam Langford knocked out Bill Watkins of Nashville, in the fourth round of a ten rounds match last night. ...

    Article : 37 words
  41. POLICE FOR ULSTER.

    Further detachments of the Royal Irish Constabulary fully armed have been drafted to Ulster. The Irish railways have been ordered to be ...

    Article : 57 words
  42. ROADS IN BAD STATE.

    Owing to the bad state of the road it took the Mirboo North footballers 3½ hours to return from Thorpdale after their match on Saturday. The ...

    Article : 68 words
  43. Advertising

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  44. TO CHECK DRIFT SAND.

    The Lands Department has granted £130 to the Shire Council for planting Marram grass to check further encroachment of drifting sands along the ...

    Article : 35 words
  45. QUIETNESS IN IRELAND

    The passing of the Home Rule Bill was marked by no general celebration ...

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