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  2. THE EFFECT OF THE LASH

    Mr. Justice Lawrence, at Cardiff, in April last, sentenced eight persons, found guilty of garroting, to various terms of imprisonment with hard ...

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  3. LABOUR CONFERENCE.

    At the Commonwealth Labour Conference to-day, the following fighting platform was adopted:—1. Maintenance of White Australia. 2. New Protection. 3. ...

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  4. THE NAVAL INCIDENT.

    With respect to the naval incident, in which it is stated that Admiral Lord Beresford gave in order last week for the performance of certain evolutions, ...

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  5. A CHARGE OF DESERTION.

    The hearing of a charge against John Francis McGuire, a young ex-Guardsman, of the murder of Emma Sheriff on the cliffs at Southbourne, near ...

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  6. ENGLAND AND PERSIA.

    In the House of Commons yesterday the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir Edward Grey) said he did not propose that England should accept ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    The Speaker (Hon. J. G. Davies), who has been absent from the State for a few weeks, returned yesterday by the Loongana, and continued his journey to ...

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  8. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    During the hearing of the charge against John Johnston at the City Police Court, the Police Magistrate has on several occasions expressed his sorrow for ...

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  9. IRISH UNIVERSITIES.

    The Nonconformist members of the House of Commons protest that the Irish Universities Bill has become more sectarian during its passage through ...

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  10. SUBMARINE MANŒUVRES.

    In connection with recent naval manouvres off the English coast, a flotilla of seventeen submarines steamed from Dover to the Firth of Forth. The ...

    Article : 68 words
  11. AMERICAN FLEET'S VISIT.

    The tardiness with which subscriptions are forthcoming to defray expenses in connection with the visit of the American fleet is causing much ...

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  12. EISHING INDUSTRY IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    In connection with, the decision of the New South Wales Government to inquire into the working of the fisheries in Great Britain, Sir Hector ...

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  13. THE ALL-RED ROUTE.

    In the Dominion House of Commons yesterday the Premier (Sir Wilfrid Laurier) moved a resolution to the effect that it is desirable with all ...

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  14. EMIGRANTS FOR NEW ZEALAND

    In consequence of the large number of applications that are being received from persons anxious to emigrate to New Zealand, Mr. W. P. Reeves, the ...

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  15. WOOL FREIGHTS.

    For some time past there has been a tendency for wool freights to harden, but the ruling prices from Melbourne to London, 9-16d. per 1b. for greasy, ...

    Article : 157 words
  16. OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

    On the motion for the third bending of the Old-age Pensions Bill in this Bowles of Commons yesterday, Mr. G. Bowles (U.) moved the rejection of the ...

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  17. UNITED STATES AND VENEZUELA.

    The United States authorities at Washington recently withdrew the American representative from Caracas, in Venezuela, owing to the refusal of ...

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  18. THE OLYMPIC GAMES.

    Lord Desborough made an appeal to the public a few weeks ago through-the columns of the "Daily Mail" for funds to enable adequate arrangements to be ...

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  19. TO FELICITATE MR. MAUGER.

    A deputation from the clergy and laity of the Church of England will wait on the Postmaster-General on Wednesday to express approval of the ...

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  20. THE PORT OF BRISTOL.

    The new and extensive warks at Avonmouth, including the Royal Edward Dock, locks, and passages, in connection with the improvement of the ...

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  21. MURDER CHARGE WITHDRAWN

    The charge of wilful murder preferred against the lad Goldie in connection with the Black Rock shooting tragedy was withdrawn at the ...

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  22. ATTEMPT AT BLACKMAIL.

    Some months ago a man named Imhof, at Munich, the capital of Bavaria, attempted to blackmail a Bavarian millionaire. ...

    Article : 134 words
  23. WINDSOR GARDEN PARTY.

    The Labour party in the House of Commons, considering Mr, Keir Bardie's omission from those present at "Windsor Castle party as an attempt by ...

    Article : 174 words
  24. TRIANGULAR CRICKET.

    Sir Hector Carruthers, in a letter to "The Times" on the discussion that is taking place in connection with the proposed triangular cricket matches, ...

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  25. NORTHERN TOURIST ASSOCIATION.

    At a, meeting of the Tourist Association committee to-night, tile secretary reported that matters in connection with the issue of the new guide book were well ...

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  26. THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION

    The committee appointed by the Democratic Convention at Denver is still engaged in preparing the democratic platform. ...

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  27. A GENERAL ASSASSINATED.

    A soldier at Monastir, in Macedonia, has assassinated General Shemsi. The murdered general had incurred a great deal of enmity owing to the ...

    Article : 57 words
  28. AN IMPUDENT ROBBERY.

    At 4.30 this afternoon Mrs. David Starrer was proceeding along Lyttelton-street when she was accosted by two men, who asked to be directed to ...

    Article : 128 words
  29. MARYLEBONE CLUB'S MESSAGE.

    Mr. McElhone, secretary to the Australian Board of Control, received a cable message from the Marylebone Club to this effect:—"In face of the ...

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  30. GENERAL CABLES.

    In the cricket match between Oxford and Cambridge this week the former won by two wickets. ...

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  31. PTOMAINE POISONING.

    An unfortunate incident happened to a large number of persons yesterday at St. Anne's-on-the-Sea, a watering-place in Lancashire, England. ...

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  32. SUNSHINE DISASTER.

    Inquiry into the cause of the death of one of the victims of the Sunshine railway disaster was concluded to-day. The jury returned the following ...

    Article : 321 words
  33. LAND VALUES (SCOTLAND) BILL.

    The Land Values (Scotland) Bill has been passed through the House of Lords. ...

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  34. ALLEGED OFFENSIVE TRADES

    Considerable interest attaches to the proceedings' which have been instituted against Francis John Parsonage, at the instance of A. E. Wodsworth, ...

    Article : 124 words
  35. THE HAITI FIRE.

    The losses at Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, which was recently partially destroyed by fire, are estimated at £2,000,000 sterling. ...

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  36. FINANCIAL.

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  37. WATER IN THE ROTOMAHANA

    The local representative of Messrs. Huddart, Farker, and Co. has made a statement in regard to water getting into the hold of the Rotomahana. He ...

    Article : 184 words
  38. EDUCATION BILL.

    The Imperial Government will proceed with the Education Bill during the autumn session. ...

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  39. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

    Mr. W. H. Taft, who will be nominated as the Republican candidate for the next Presidential election, recently ordered, in his capacity as Secretary ...

    Article : 113 words
  40. THE BRITISH ARMY.

    The "Daily Telegraph" states that a section-of the Cabinet, including the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Lloyd-George) and the President of the ...

    Article : 113 words
  41. A DEBTOR'S COMPOSITION.

    A meeting, of the creditors of Ludwig Maximilian Grane was held this afternoon at the offices of Messrs. Law, Weston, and Archer, Mr. A. T. ...

    Article : 113 words
  42. AUTRALASIAN STOCKS.

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  43. FIRE AT LAUNCESTON.

    A few minutes before 11 o'clock a fire was discovered in some straw in a railway truck on the wharf siding. The brigade was called out to extingui[?] ...

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  44. CONSOLS.

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  45. CONGREGATIONAL CONGRESS.

    At the Congregational Congress at Edinburgh yesterday, Mr. Griffiths, of Brisbane, road a paper on "Elementary Education in Australia and New ...

    Article : 97 words
  46. PREMIER AT WATTLE GROVE.

    Yesterday the Premier (Hon. J. W. Evans, K.C.M.G.) journoved on from Port Cygnet to Wattle Grove. At the latter place he addressed a meeting of ...

    Article : 138 words
  47. BILLS.

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  48. AN UNAPPRECIATED GIFT.

    William and Florence Chenery were committed for trial to-day on a charge of having abandoned their infant at the Hippodrome on June 16. The male ...

    Article : 110 words
  49. THE SCOTTISH FISHERS.

    It transpires that the promise by the Premier that assisted passages would be granted to 100 Scottish fishermen is conditional. Mr. Wade understood that [?] ...

    Article : 79 words
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