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  2. SOUTHERN TASMANIAN AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY.

    Continuing a record of uninterrupted success, the annual stock show of the Southern Tasmanian Agricultural and Pastoral Society was opened yesterday ...

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  3. THE EUROPEAN CRISIS.

    In addressing the Austro-Hungarian Delegations yesterday, Count Esterhazy, on behalf of the Foreign Minister, stated that the Government ...

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  4. THE FEDERAL CRISIS.

    Discussion on Mr. Raid's motion— That the financial proposals of the Government are unsatisfactory to this House. ...

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  5. PERSONAL.

    At the meeting of the committee of the Institution for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, held on Tuesday evening, Mr. E. J. Roge[?]s referred to the honour recently conferred ...

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  6. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    Referring to the visit of the United States fleet to Japan, the New York "Times" says that "Japan has outdone our kinsfolk in New Zealand and ...

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  7. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

    Mr. W. J. Bryan, the Democratic candidate for the United States Presidency, calculates that he will receive the votes of a million and a half ...

    Article : 78 words
  8. SOME OF THE PARTY ISSUES.

    The want of confidence motion tabled by the Leader of the Opposition came as a surprise, although there were many reasons which, under ordinary ...

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  9. LONDON ELECTRIC SUPPLY.

    In the House of Commons yesterday, Mr. H. Kearley submitted a motion to instruct the committee to insert in tie London Electricity Supply Bill a clause ...

    Article : 109 words
  10. A GREAT PACIFIC POWER.

    "The Times," in commenting upon the interchange of messages between the Mikado and President Roosevelt, remarks that Australia and New ...

    Article : 80 words
  11. TROOPS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    General Methuen, in command of the military forces in South Africa, who is at present at Durban, has stated that the British Secretary for War ...

    Article : 74 words
  12. CORRUPTION IN AMERICA.

    The committee elected by the depositors of the National Bank at Waynesburg, in the United States, that recently suspended payment, has ...

    Article : 106 words
  13. BULGARIAN COMMISSIONERS.

    Bulgaria has sent two Commissioners to Constantinople to endeavour to settle the differences between the two nations before the Conference meets. ...

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  14. A REPORTED ENCOUNTER.

    The Athens correspondent of the Central News Agency states that an encounter has taken place between Turkish and Bulgarian troops at ...

    Article : 57 words
  15. DISTRESS IN AMERICA.

    The unemployed problem is causing the authorities in the United States a great deal of anxiety, and in order to provide work for a number of the ...

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  16. THE LUNCHEON.

    At mid-day His Excellency the Governor (Sir Gerald Strickland) and party, the Premier (Hon. J. W. Evans. C.M.G.) and his co-Ministers, and a large ...

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  17. LAWLESSNESS IN IRELAND.

    In the House of Commons yesterday the Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. Birrell) informed Mr. C. Craig (U.) that 234 agrarian outrages had been ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. THE SERVIAN CROWN PRINCE.

    King Peter of Sorvia upbraided the Crown Prince yesterday for his intemperate provocations against Austria. The Prince tried to strike his father, ...

    Article : 54 words
  19. THE LICENSING BILL.

    The Licensing Bill is still under consideration in committee of the House of Commons. The Government's amendment in ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. GERMANY WORKING FOR PEACE.

    The Kaiser, in the course of a speech that he road at the Prussian Diet yesterday, declared that the German Empire, in faithful co-operation with ...

    Article : 49 words
  21. MOTHERLAND AND COLONIES.

    "The Times" says that the problem confronting Imperial statesmanship is how, to secure the reconciliation of the growing forces of nationalism in the ...

    Article : 76 words
  22. KING EDWARD AND EMPEROR JOSEF.

    King Edward, in replying to the Emperor Josef's notification respecting the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has reiterated his assurances of sincere ...

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  23. THE KOREAN INCIDENT.

    It was stated some days ago that a conflict lasting several hours between Chinese and Japanese troops had taken place at Kantao, on the Northern ...

    Article : 84 words
  24. MONTENEGRIN ENVOY ARRESTED.

    The Austrian authorities at Agram have forcibly detained and searched M. Vukotitch, a Montenegrin Envoy Extraordinary, who was proceeding on a ...

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  25. TYPHOON AT AMOY.

    A typhoon of an exceptionally destructive character has been experienced at Amoy, China. Three thousand six hundred houses ...

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  26. SOUTH AFRICAN UNIFICATION.

    Sir J. Do Villiers, President of the Conference at Durban, that is considering the question of the unification of South Africa, has asked Lord Solborne, ...

    Article : 79 words
  27. THE DARDANELLES.

    In replying to a question asked in the House of Commons yesterday with respect to the scope of the proposed conference relative to the Balkan ...

    Article : 79 words
  28. WILLER AND RILEY.

    The shareholders in Wilier and Riley, the London produce firm that lost so heavily owing to the defalcations of M. Alberti, ex-Minister of Justice in ...

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  29. COLONIAL WINES.

    One hundred and eleven entries were received for the Colonial Wine Competition at the Breweries Exhibition in London. The awards were as ...

    Article : 182 words
  30. WAGES OF MINERS.

    The special Coal Court is hearing evidence in regard to the matter or wages paid at the Teralba pits. Mr. E. Simpson, director of the ...

    Article : 109 words
  31. LONDON'S UNEMPLOYED.

    The London County Council has authorised the starting of work for the unemployed, including an expenditure of £281,000 on the electrification of ...

    Article : 98 words
  32. A CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER

    Hugh Daly was placed on trial at the Criminal Court to-day, on a charge of manslaughter, arising out of the death of his wife. Bridget Daly. The ...

    Article : 362 words
  33. THE POSTAL COMMISSION.

    At to-day's sitting of the Postal Commission the examination of the chief accountant to the department (Mr. Vardon), was continued. Mr. Vardon ...

    Article : 300 words
  34. FIRE IN A MINE.

    A fire broke out this morning underground in Block 14 mine, Broken Hill. It is above the 200ft. level, but the exact position cannot be located, ...

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  35. THE ALL-RED ROUTE.

    In the House of Commons yesterday the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, Colonel Soely, said that the All-red Route Committee was ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. THE GAYNDAH TRAGEDY.

    Arthur Ross was charged to-day with tile murder of Jas. Muir at Gayndah. The accused, who made no reply to the charge, was remanded. ...

    Article : 63 words
  37. GENERAL CABLES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 50 words
  38. RESULT OF THE DIVISION.

    In the House of Representatives, the debate was continued to-day by Messrs. Glynn, Kelly, Tilley, Brown, Hans Irvine, and Sir John Quick. ...

    Article : 281 words
  39. NEW ZEALAND POLITICS.

    Sir Joseph Ward, in a policy speech, claimed that the new land laws had been a success. Replying to the criticism that taxation was £5 0s. 4d. per head of the ...

    Article : 118 words
  40. CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

    A Congregational Union, attendad by 1,400 delegates, has been opened at Liverpool. The Rev. K. Wardlaw Thompson has ...

    Article : 24 words
  41. THE CHILDREN BILL.

    The Children Bill, which was amended in the committee stage of the House of Commons, with a view to abolishing the death sentence on young persons, ...

    Article : 40 words
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