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  2. A POLITICAL CRISIS.

    In the House of Assembly last evening, whilst considering the estimates in committee, the item in the Attorney-Generals Department-"Puisne Judge ...

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  3. POSTAL COMMISSION.

    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
  4. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Several unimportant changes Have been made in connection with the allotment of portfolios in the British Cabinet. consequent upon the ...

    Article : 125 words
  5. THE FEDERAL BUDGET.

    The Federal Treasurer (Sir Wm. Lyne) delivered his Budget address in the House of Representatives this evening. He remarked that the Commonwealth ...

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  6. GALLERY NOTES.

    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
  7. DISORDERLY FEMALE SUFFRAGISTS.

    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
  8. THE EUROPEAN CRISIS.

    A Russian Note sent to Servia and Montenegro promises that Russia will safeguard the interests of these countries at the approaching ...

    Article : 199 words
  9. A FUTILE DEMONSTRATION.

    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
  10. ELECTRICAL UNITS AND STANDARDS.

    A conference of international delegates to consider the subject of electrical units and standards is sitting in London. ...

    Article : 56 words
  11. PERSONAL.

    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
  12. BULGARIAN RESERVES.

    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
  13. SHOOTING WITH INTENT.

    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
  14. POLITICAL CAMPAIGN IN CANADA.

    A political campaign in connection with the election of, members to the House of Commons is now being. conducted throughout Canada. ...

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  15. TURKEY BOYCOTTS AUSTRIAN GOODS.

    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
  16. A SUFFRAGIST AT THE BAR.

    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
  17. A BRIBE TO TURKEY.

    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 ...

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  18. ROADS AND MODERN TRAFFIC.

    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
  19. AUSTRIAN FLAG BURNED.

    A mob at Shabats, in Servia, burnt an Austrian merchantman's flag yesterday. The ringleaders have been arrested. ...

    Article : 33 words
  20. MELBOURNE'S UNEMPLOYED.

    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
  21. FRIENDLY ATTITUDE OF POWERS.

    A meeting of nearly twenty thousand persons at Stamboul has denounced Austria and Bulgaria, and thanked Great Britain, France, Italy, Russia, and ...

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  22. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

    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
  23. LEGALISED EIGHT-HOURS DAY.

    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
  24. RHYNDASTON TUNNEL FATALITIES.

    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
  25. LOCAL OPTION

    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
  26. FIGHTING IN PERSIA.

    The fighting at Tabriz, in Persia, between the Shah's troops and the Nationalists who revolted some months ago still continues. ...

    Article : 51 words
  27. MEETING OF UNEMPLOYED.

    A thousand unemployed met yesterday on the Thames embankment, and fiercely denounced Mr. John Burns, President of the Local Government ...

    Article : 68 words
  28. THE AERIAL CONTEST.

    A misadventure happened to another balloon that started in the Gordon Bennett Cap race at Berlin on Saturday. ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES.

    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
  30. BANQUET TO RUSSIAN MINISTER.

    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
  31. SURPLUS REVENUE GRAB.

    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
  32. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    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
  33. ANTI-SOCIALISTIC CONGRESS.

    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
  34. COTTON TRADE DISPUTE.

    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
  35. GENERAL CABLES.

    Shares in the Melbourne Gas Company are quoted at £101. ...

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  36. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE.

    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
  37. MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

    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
  38. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT.

    Eleven thousand quarters of Australian wheat for December and January shipment have been sold at 36s. per quarter. ...

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  39. REFRIGERATION CONGRESS.

    Tile Refrigeration Congress being held at Paris has almost concluded consideration of the business for which the delegates have met. ...

    Article : 117 words
  40. CONSOLS.

    Imperial Consols, 2½ per cent., £84 12s. 6d. ...

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  41. CROPS IN VICTORIA.

    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
  42. LOST IN THE BUSH.

    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
  43. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN VICTORIA.

    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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