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  2. THE POSTAL COMMISSION.

    Mr. Bright, Acting Deputy Postmaster-General in Victoria, was again examined by the Postal Commission to-day. He presented a statement ...

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  3. RETURN OF THE PREMIER.

    The Premier (Hon. J. W. Evans C.M.G.) returned from Melbourne last night by the steamer Ulimaroa. Before he landed a representative of "The ...

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  4. THE GOVERNORS RETURN

    Amongst the passengers by the R.M.S. Orontes which reached Fremantle this morning were the Governor of Tasmania (Sir Gerald Strickland) and the ...

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  5. IRISH HOME RULE.

    Mr. J. Redmond, M.P., speaking at Waterford yesterday, prior to sailing for New York, said that unless the Imperial Government fulfilled its pledges ...

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  6. GERMANY IN MOROCCO.

    Possible trouble is feared as a result of Germany, through the Legation in Morocco, requesting the Moorish Government to release Kaid Ermiki, one ...

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  7. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Governor-General, Lord Dudley, arrived to-day from Sydney. The manner of his coming was quiet, dignified, and official. The Railway Commission ...

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  8. EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS

    Referring to the proposed procession in connection with the Eucharistic Congress in London, the "Morning Post" and the "Westminster Gazette" say ...

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  9. GALLERY NOTES.

    Hon. Ellis Dean had a real, live grievance, and he made the most of it when the Legislative Council met yesterday afternoon. On his showing, the people ...

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  10. INAUGURAL CEREMONIES.

    The Congress was inaugurated yesterday by a solemn service in Westminster Cathedral in the presence of seven thousand representatives from all parts of ...

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  11. TORRES STRAITS SERVICE.

    The Premier of Queensland (Mr. W. Kidston) who has been visiting Great Britain, left London to-day for Marseilles. Sir Horace Tozer ...

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  12. PERSONAL.

    The Premier of Tasmania forwarded the following farewell message yesterday to the retiring Governor-General (Lord Northcote) at Brisbane:— ...

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  13. RAINS IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    Exceptionally heavy rains have been experienced in parts of Great Britain. Five days' continuous rain in Scotland has greatly damaged the crops, ...

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  14. A SUPPOSED GERMAN SPY.

    A stranger was arrested last week at Bou[?]es, in France, in which town there is an arsenal and a cannon factory, when in the act of negotiating for ...

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  15. FLIGHT OF THIRTY-EIGHT MILES.

    Orville Wright, one of the Wright Bros., travelled for a period of sixty-two minutes in an aeroplane in France yesterday without alighting. ...

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  16. ANTI-GAMBLING LAW.

    It was recently stated that owing to the operation of the anti-gambling law in parts of the United States, Mr. Keene had sent a second batch of his ...

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  17. PURE MILK DEPOT.

    A large number of ladies accepted the invitation of Miss Rawson to a drawing-room at the State Government House to-day to discuss the question of the ...

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  18. ENGLISH RACING.

    The race for the St. Leger Stakes, of 6,500sovs., for entire colts and fillies foaled in 1905; colts, 9st., fillies 8st. 11lb.; about one mile six furlongs 132 ...

    Article : 243 words
  19. WATER SUPPLY FOR KEMPTON.

    At a meeting of the Green Ponds Municipal Council this week the Warden said Mr. Gould, civil engineer, had visited Kempton with regard to a water ...

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  20. THE CRUISER GLADIATOR.

    The salvors of the British cruiser Gladiator, 5,750 tons, which sank off the Isle of Wight this year as the result of a collision with the American ...

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  21. A TURKISH OUTRAGE.

    Silvio Rietei, who is believed to have been the author of the attempt to kill the Sultan as the latter was leaving the mosque in 1905, has been arrested at ...

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  22. A SENSATIONAL ACCIDENT.

    A sensational accident took place at Quirindi this afternoon. Blasting operations were being carried on at the rear of Rowntree and Co.'s store, ordinary ...

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  23. THE CITY ILLUMINATED.

    The city was illuminated to-night in honour of Lord Dudley, and the streets were crowded. The Governor-General drove through the streets in an open ...

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  24. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Federal Ministers, with the exception of the Attorney-General, are now in Melbourne, and a Cabinet meeting will be held to-morrow to draw up a programme ...

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  25. AN EVENTFUL VOYAGE.

    The French steamer Breeziel, from New York to Australia and New Zealand, met with violent weather on the trip from Melbourne, and rolled heavily. As ...

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  26. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    Notwithstanding the distance of 3[?]10 miles between Perth and Albany, the special trains bringing visitors here have been crowded. Arrangements have been ...

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  27. LONDON OMNIBUSES.

    The London General Omnibus Company is feeling the effect of the competition by other methods of transit, particularly that of the tube railways. ...

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  28. CHARGES AGAINST A MAGISTRATE.

    Grave charges have been made against Mr. R. Murphy, Police Magistrate, by Mr. Richard Little, solicitor, of Leongatha, and the result may be the suspension of ...

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  29. TRANSFER OF LIGHTHOUSES.

    Since his arrival in Hobart, Dr. Wollaston, Federal Comptroller-General of Customs, has been busily engaged transacting business connected with his ...

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  30. ISSUE OF A WARRANT.

    As the result of an investigation made on behalf of Mr. J. C. Williamson, a warrant was issued this afternoon for the apprehension of Montague Livingstone, ...

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  31. A SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    T. Tartakover, the New South Wales swimmer, won the Southern Counties quarter of a mile championship yesterday in 6min. 15 2-5sec. ...

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  32. A WOMAN'S STRANGE DEATH.

    An inquest was held to-day concerning the death of Mrs. Bridget Daly, 37 years of age, who died on September 1. Medical evidence was to the effect that ...

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  33. CATHOLIC CLERGY IN FRANCE.

    During the past three years there has been a decrease of seventy per cent. in the number of applicants for Catliolic ordination in France. ...

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  34. THE RECEPTION ARRANGEMENTS.

    The Mayor of Hobart (Alderman Daniel Freeman) received the following telegram last night from His Excellency: — His Worship Mayor Hobart.—Cordial ...

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  35. A SERIOUS CHARGE.

    The trial of Nurse Eleanor Brown and John Thomas Russell, charged with performing an illegal operation, was concluded at the Central Criminal Court ...

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  36. UNEMPLOYED IN GLASGOW.

    The unemployed in Glasgow, who are unusually numerous this year, have been well organised, and are starting midnight marches to the wealthy ...

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  37. COLAC-PAREORA COLLISION.

    The Marine Court, investigating the cause of the collision between the vessels Colac and Pareora, just outside Sydney Heads on the morning of August 29, ...

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  38. GENERAL CABLES.

    At the sales of Australian and New Zealand tallow to-day, 1,072 casks were offered, and 681 were sold: —Mutton, 35s. 6d.; medium, 32s. Beef, fine 33s. ...

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  39. SLIP AT A MINE.

    A slip has occurred at the Blackball[?] coal mine, the result being that the dam burst and turned the water from the creek into the mine. The damage is ...

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  40. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES.

    "The Times," in an article on Lord Northcote's farewell, has paid a high tribute to him and his successor. Reverting to the subject of ...

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  41. NEW-HEBRIDES JOINT COURT.

    Mr. Thomas Ernest Roseby, a barrister, of Sydney, has received the appointmemt of British judge of the Joint Court to be established in the New Hebrides, ...

    Article : 91 words
  42. FEDERAL METEOROLOGIST.

    The Federal Meteorologist (Mr. Hunt), who is touring the world, has reported to the Minister for Home Affairs that when en route to Canada he conferred ...

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  43. CARTERS THREATEN TO STRIKE.

    Fourteen hundred to 1,500 carters and draymen threaten to strike unless some improvement is speedily brought about in the methods of handling the goods ...

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  44. ANNEXATION OF THE CONGO.

    By sixty-three votes to twenty-four, the Senate at Brussels has adopted the measure providing for the annexation of the Congo by Belgium. ...

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  45. INJURY TO A BOY.

    A small boy, named J. Reynolds, son of Mr. John Reynolds, baker, sustained a bad cut on the head whilst playing this afternoon. Several stitches had to ...

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  46. PEARL SHELLS.

    There were 3,039 cases of pearl shells offered at to-day's sales, and 2,630 were sold. There was an average advance of 15s. for Queensland and Port Darwin ...

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