The Archbishop of Armagh (Cardinal Michael Logue) and nearly all the Catholic Bishops of Ireland, urge the Nationalists to actively support the ...Article : 42 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. A. Deakin), in reply to Mr. Mcwilliams (T.), said that no information was to hand as to what land was occupied by the settlers ...Article : 658 words
The Conference met about 10 to-day, and proceeded to deal with various subjects. The first subject was a motion by Mr. Peake (S.A.),—"That, in the opinion ...Article : 209 words
Further particulars of the disaster to the destroyer Gala, off Kentish Knock, in the North Sea. on Monday, show that fifteen destroyers were ...Article : 297 words
A writ has been issued by the Eastern Extension Cable Company against the Commonwealth for the recocery of damages in connection with the rate ...Article : 147 words
At a meeting of the Bellerive branch of the A.N.A. on Tuesday evening, a resolution was passed to the effect that the secretary write to the sporting bodies ...Article : 2,625 words
The Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Davidson), in addressing the Church of England Temperance Society at Lambeth Palace yesterday, said he was ...Article : 61 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. H. H. Asquith) moved the second reading of the Licensing Bill in the House of Commons yesterday. Mr. Asquith ...Article : 193 words
The Labour Congress expressed the opinion to-day that an amendment in the Commonwealth Constitution is desirable, which would give Federal ...Article : 197 words
A resolution was adopted,—"That, in the opinion of this Conference, reciprocal arrangements, as far as practicable, be entered into between Australian States ...Article : 137 words
Mr. Peake moved,—"That, in the opin ion of this Conference, joint legislation is desirable in order to regulate the Australian stock exchanges in dealing with the ...Article : 324 words
The Victorian inter-State crew had a highly satisfactory practice row to-day, though it was in the dark. The West Australians are improving ...Article : 118 words
An influential deputation, including many members of Parliament, waited on the Colonial Secretary at Capetown yesterday to protest against the ...Article : 117 words
The body of the late Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman was buried yesterday at Meigle, in Perthshire. Five hundred wreaths, representative ...Article : 53 words
Several pearling luggers have been wrecked at La Grange Bay, 40 miles south of Broome, as a result of a typhoon. ...Article : 161 words
Mr. A. J. Balfour in a letter to the Prime Minister (Mr. H. H. Asquith), has expressed deep regret that his illness prevented him from attending the ...Article : 74 words
The crew which has been selected by the Northern Tasmanian Rowing Association to take part in the inter-State eight-[?]ar race, will leave Launceston ...Article : 416 words
At the inquest held yesterday on the bodies of those killed on the cruiser Gladiator, which was collided with on Saturday by the ...Article : 67 words
The revenue of Japan for the year 1907-8 is £7,000,000 above the estimates, and £1,000,000 has been saved on the estimates of expenditure, thus making ...Article : 53 words
Mr. Peake's motion,—"That, in the opinion of this Conference, arrangements should be made for the audit of Australian securities in London as far as ...Article : 41 words
Information which has come to hand shows that the disaster amongst the pearling fleet on the North-West Coast is of more than a ...Article : 188 words
Mr. Wade (N.S.W.) moved —"That the regulation size of cornsacks i[?] a question of State concern, and joint legislative action is desirable in that direction." ...Article : 293 words
Jack Johnson, the American coloured champion, who came to Australia last year in the hope of being able to anrange a match with Squires, and ...Article : 107 words
Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P., in addressing members of the Austral Club yesterday, said in regard to Australia's influence in the development of the ...Article : 70 words
Dr. Cole, Coroner for Melbourne, who will conduct the inquest on the bodies of those killed in the railway accident at Sunshine on Easter ...Article : 427 words
M. Armengaud, president of the French Society of Aerial Navigation, has invented an apparatus which supplements the power of vision by ...Article : 62 words
Mr. George E. Emery has been elected for a second term [?]s Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of Freemasons in Victoria, and will be installed with ...Article : 556 words
Archbishop Clarke, of Melbourne, speaking at the Church of Great St. Mary's, Cambridge, yesterday, made a stirring appeal to the undergraduates, ...Article : 70 words
An inquest concerning the death of Lilian Bridge, whose mutilated body was found in a paddock at Allandale was resumed at West Maitland to-day. ...Article : 231 words
News has reached T[?]heran that three thousand Kurds have pillaged the villages of Urumiah, Satmas, and Khoy, in Persia, and have massacred two ...Article : 117 words
On the motion of Mr. Evans, (T.), it was resolved that, "with a view to preserving continuity of the laboure of the Conference between State Premiers and ...Article : 148 words
The autumn exhibition on of the Launceston Art Society was opened this afternoon. The works, which are on view in the Mechanics[?]hall, and include ...Article : 359 words
The Minister of Finance (Hon. W. S. Fielding) has announced his intention to introduce a bill into the Dominion House of Commons, with a view to ...Article : 50 words
In the case of Page versus Walker, which came before the court in London yesterday the claimant to the Page estate in Middlesex sought an injunction ...Article : 178 words
To day's proceedings were of minor importance in relation to the great outstanding issue. Mr. Deakin lunched with the members ...Article : 741 words
Reuter's correspondent at Tangier says the report that the brigand Raisuli had been lured into the back country and murdered, because of his ...Article : 50 words
A letter to the local branch of the Amalgamated Miners' Association, seeking assistance towards the Justice Clark memorial scholarship, has been held over ...Article : 33 words
The Tasmanian pears by the Afric realised from 6s. 9d. to 18s. 6d. a case. Some selected Beurre Bose pears from Tasmania brought from 20s. to 25s. a ...Article : 62 words
A new furnace and smoke stack are nearing completion at the Bischoff smelters in Tamar-street. They are being erected in the place of the ...Article : 105 words
The profits of the Colonial Sugar Company for the half-year totalled £134,789, out of which a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum will be paid. ...Article : 36 words
The Australian Land, Mortgage and Finance Co.'s 4 per cent. stocks are quoted at £101 10s. AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS. ...Article : 53 words
The directors of the Bank of Belgium have decided to issue a one-thousand fran[?] bank note of new design. This step has been rendered necessary owing ...Article : 45 words
The fair organised by the committee of the Ministering Children's League was held to-night, and proved very successful. The proceeds will give a net return ...Article : 53 words
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