In the House of Assembly last evening, whilst considering the estimates in committee, the item in the Attorney-Generals Department-"Puisne Judge ...Article : 6,470 words
To-day saw the ninth appearance of Mr. John Hesketh, Chief Electrical Engineer of the Telegraph Department, before the Postal Commission. Mr. Hesketh said he ...Article : 311 words
Several unimportant changes Have been made in connection with the allotment of portfolios in the British Cabinet. consequent upon the ...Article : 125 words
The Federal Treasurer (Sir Wm. Lyne) delivered his Budget address in the House of Representatives this evening. He remarked that the Commonwealth ...Article : 2,479 words
Members of Parliament have certain privileges, nnd some of them are not slow to take advantage thereof, no matter the cost or the trouble they give Ministers ...Article : 1,474 words
The attempt to rush the House of Commons by female suffragists on Monday was frustrated by the police, but a number of the promoters of the ...Article : 99 words
A Russian Note sent to Servia and Montenegro promises that Russia will safeguard the interests of these countries at the approaching ...Article : 199 words
A deputation of female suffragists wished to interview the Prime Minister (Mr. H. H. Asquith) at the House of Commons yesterday, but the latter ...Article : 174 words
A conference of international delegates to consider the subject of electrical units and standards is sitting in London. ...Article : 56 words
The Governor (Sir Gerald Strickland) left Launceston for Hobart last night. The Minister for Lands (Hon. A. Hean) and the Hon. C. E. Davies left ...Article : 441 words
Bulgaria shows signs of wishing for an early recognition of her independence. Reutor says that M. Stancioff, the Bulgarian Agent at Paris, has declared ...Article : 44 words
Horace William Clarke, aged 52. was charged at the Tamworth Circuit Court to-day with wounding Emily Smith, with intent to murder her, at Armidale. ...Article : 175 words
A political campaign in connection with the election of, members to the House of Commons is now being. conducted throughout Canada. ...Article : 60 words
A serious boycott of Austrian goods has started in Turkey. Dockers and boatmen at the various ports are refusing to work for the ...Article : 52 words
There is a likelihood of restrictions being placed on the privilege of ladies being allowed, under the escort of a member of the House of Commons, to ...Article : 141 words
Reuter says that the indemnification of Turkey with a view to regularising and legalising Austria's and Bulgaria's acts as accomplished facts is expected ...Article : 37 words
The question of how best tp adapt oxisting roads to the conditions of modern traffic has been engaging the attention of the authorities in various ...Article : 200 words
A mob at Shabats, in Servia, burnt an Austrian merchantman's flag yesterday. The ringleaders have been arrested. ...Article : 33 words
A deputation of unemployed waited upon members of the Federal Labour party to-day with a request that the party would endeavour to induce the ...Article : 122 words
A meeting of nearly twenty thousand persons at Stamboul has denounced Austria and Bulgaria, and thanked Great Britain, France, Italy, Russia, and ...Article : 33 words
The electoral vote of the States in connection with the election of the President of the United States, to take place on November 3, as based upon the ...Article : 134 words
A deputation of representatives of the Sydney Labour Council and Eight Hours Committee asked the Premier to-day to "obtain the necessary message ...Article : 208 words
An inquest was held at Rhyndaston to-day on the bodies of Harriet Sparks and Elvie Irene Johnson, who met their death in the tunnel at Rhyndaston on ...Article : 414 words
A deputation from the Council of Churches. consisting of Rev. F. Lade, (president) and Rev. F. W. Boreham, waited upon the delegates to the ...Article : 559 words
The fighting at Tabriz, in Persia, between the Shah's troops and the Nationalists who revolted some months ago still continues. ...Article : 51 words
A thousand unemployed met yesterday on the Thames embankment, and fiercely denounced Mr. John Burns, President of the Local Government ...Article : 68 words
A misadventure happened to another balloon that started in the Gordon Bennett Cap race at Berlin on Saturday. ...Article : 68 words
In view of the fact that no satisfactory arrangement of the matter in dispute between the buyers and sellers has yet been arrived at. Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort ...Article : 265 words
The British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir Edward Grey) entertained M. Isvolsky, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, at a banquet in ...Article : 77 words
Argument was continued to-day in the High Court in the case in which the State of New South Wales disputes the right of the Commonwealth to deduct, for the ...Article : 111 words
At to-day's wool sales greasy Morinoes were firm; scoured Merinoes and crossbreds aro still irregular? The present series of sales close on Monday. ...Article : 102 words
At the Women's Anti-Socialistic Congress to-day, Mrs. Mosely rend a paper on "Immigration and Land Settlement: What remains to be done:" In reply to ...Article : 324 words
The prospect or a settlement being reached in the dispute between the employers and the operatives in Manchester appears to be still more remote. ...Article : 93 words
Shares in the Melbourne Gas Company are quoted at £101. ...Article : 21 words
The engine-driver in charge of the crane at the Commercial Bank buildings which are in course of erection in Patterson-street had a marvellous ...Article : 122 words
Mr. Deakin to-day laid on the table of the House of Representatives a cablegram from President Roosevelt, in reply to the invitation, to visit Australia. ...Article : 119 words
Eleven thousand quarters of Australian wheat for December and January shipment have been sold at 36s. per quarter. ...Article : 25 words
Tile Refrigeration Congress being held at Paris has almost concluded consideration of the business for which the delegates have met. ...Article : 117 words
Imperial Consols, 2½ per cent., £84 12s. 6d. ...Article : 10 words
Reports from the wheat districts on the agricultural outlook are, almost without exception. of an encouraging character. The crops and pastures are ...Article : 72 words
Much anxiety was felt here yesterday evening when it became known that Mrs. Hoskin and a young lad named Eddie Vallely, who had set out for a ...Article : 62 words
In the Legislative Assembly to-day the Adult Suffrage Bill was introduced by Sir Thos. Bent, and read a first time. ...Article : 35 words
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