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  2. HOBART RAILWAY STATION.

    The matter of insufficient siding accommodation and supply of trucks at the Hobart railway station together with the need of an extension to the ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    At the close of the Premiers' Conference Mr Kidston, Premier of Queensland, will leave by the s.s. Oruba for England, the time not permitting a ...

    Article : 1,355 words
  4. COLLAPSED BUILDINGS.

    It has been ascertained that there were only twenty-eight persons in the buildings that collapsed on Monday at the corner of Oxford-street and ...

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    THE RIGHT HON. H. H. ASQUITH, THE NEW PRIME MINISTER OF ENGLAND. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. AUSTRALIAN APPLES.

    The stenmer [?]rontes, which left Hobart on February.22, with 7,000 cases of Tasmanian apples, has arrived in London. ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. SCHOOLS OF THE EMPIRE.

    The Brisbane Grammar School, with a score of 490, has won the challenge cup presented by the Prince of Wales for competition among the schools of ...

    Article : 238 words
  8. THE ALL-RED ROUTE.

    The Earl of Derby presided at a meeting of the Colonial Institute yesterday. Among these present were Sir Gerald Strickland, Mr. W. C. ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    In the House of Representatives today, Mr. Deakin formally moved the second reading of the Seat of Government Bill. The measure authorises the ...

    Article : 641 words
  10. EXCLUSION OF ASIATICS.

    At a meeting of the colonial section of the Society of Arts last night, Sir Richard Jebb read a paper advocating the general adoption of the ...

    Article : 237 words
  11. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Senator Vardon (S.A.) presented a petition from electors of South Australia, praying that the standard flash point of kerosene be reduced to 73 degrees ...

    Article : 216 words
  12. OBITUARY.

    Major-General Sir Drury Lowe is dead. ...

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  13. SIR C. HOWARD VINCENT.

    The death is announced of Sir C. E. Howard Vincent. Sir Chas. Edward Howard Vincent was born in Sussex on May 31, 1849. He ...

    Article : 183 words
  14. MACEDONIAN REFORMS.

    A Blue Book that has been issued shows that the Tapproachement between the Russian and British plans for effecting reforms in Macedonia is ...

    Article : 111 words
  15. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    Mr. Chapman (N.S.W.), in reply to Mr. Thomas (N.S.W.), said that he thought it would be hardly possible to proceed with the Patent Medicines Bill during ...

    Article : 91 words
  16. THE LUMPERS'STRIKE.

    No finality has yet been reached in reference to the wateiside dispute. It would seem that matters are not so near being sottled as was reported to be the ...

    Article : 298 words
  17. HACKENSCHMIDT'S DEFEAT.

    The Chicago correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle," commenting upon the wrestling match between Hackenschmidt and Frank Gotch, in ...

    Article : 68 words
  18. OBITUARY.

    The death took place yesterday of Mr. Roderick O'Conror, of Connorville, Lake River, at the ago of [?]9 years. Mr. O'Connor had been for ...

    Article : 292 words
  19. GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA.

    It is officially stated that Sir Thomas David Gibson-Carmichael has been appointed Governor of Victoria, in succession to Sir Reginald Talbot. ...

    Article : 135 words
  20. A GERMAN TRAITOR.

    A lieutenant of the German White Dragoons has disappeared from Metz. It is believed that the lieutenant is attempting to sell military secrets, ...

    Article : 42 words
  21. INDIAN TELEGRAPH OPERATORS.

    The disaffection among the telegraph operators in India is delaying forty thousand telegrams. Some of these are a week old, and business is being very ...

    Article : 53 words
  22. BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

    The Board of Trade returns for the United Kingdom for March show that imports decreased by £5,625,602 compared with March of last year. There ...

    Article : 61 words
  23. LILYDALE SHOW.

    The annual agricultural and horticultural show at Lilydale took place to-day There was a huge attendance and it probably was the most successful ...

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  24. IMPERIAL POLITICS.

    The Conservatives of North-West Manchester, acting on the assumption that Mr. Winston Churchill (Under-Secretary for the Colonies) will be ...

    Article : 90 words
  25. GENERAL CABLES.

    The following were closing rates to-day for Australasian Stocks:—Bank of New South Wales, £42 to £43; New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency ...

    Article : 40 words
  26. TASMANIAN SMELTERS.

    The Tasmanian Smelters closed to-day for an indefinite period. The manager (Mr. H. Harris), when interviewed to night, said: "We have suspended ...

    Article : 308 words
  27. THE ROWING DISPUTE.

    The latest development of the rowing dispute has been freely canvassed to-day on all hands, but no official announcement of any kind has been made. Some ...

    Article : 45 words
  28. NORTH BRUNNER CO.

    The North Brunner Coal Company, a New Zealand enterprise that is being floated in London, is issuing £55,000 worth of 7 per cent. preferential ...

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  29. THE MAGNET STRIKE.

    Information concerning the strike at the Magnet mine reaches Launceston in driblets. Up to noon to-day no communication had reached the legal ...

    Article : 165 words
  30. ACCIDENT OR CRIME.

    The police at Picton have made investigation as to the reported firing of two rifle shots at the Melbourne express train on Monday night last. An iron bar, 12ft. ...

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  31. CODE WORDS.

    A great outcry is being raised among the commercial men of India regarding the expressed intention of certain European States to oppose, at the Telegraph ...

    Article : 52 words
  32. INDIAN EMIGRATION.

    The Indian authorities are discouraging emigration to Canada, on the ground that the elimate and labour conditions are unsuitable for natives of ...

    Article : 27 words
  33. COMMONWEALTH ECONOMY.

    The Commonwealth authorities, without any apparent good reason, have done away with the line repairer on the overland line, who resided at the Iron ...

    Article : 113 words
  34. LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL STOCK.

    The London County Council is issuing at par £2,750,000 of London County consolidated stock at 3½ per cent. ...

    Article : 23 words
  35. RESCUE BY MEN-O'-WAR.

    The brothers Newitt, who met with a mishap yesterday while fishing, are nowfully recovered. The boat in which they were fishing, filled, and both would ...

    Article : 79 words
  36. THE STEAMER WAIPARA.

    The steamer Waipara, which left Australia in February for Natal, is being delayed in port at Durban, as she arrived with her rudder-post ...

    Article : 34 words
  37. DRUCE PERJURY CASE.

    Herbert Druce and others have given evidence in the trial of Margaret Hamilton, who is charged with having committed perjury in the recent Druce ...

    Article : 32 words
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