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  2. THE LICENSING BILL.

    The Archbishop of Armagh (Cardinal Michael Logue) and nearly all the Catholic Bishops of Ireland, urge the Nationalists to actively support the ...

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  3. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    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 ...

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  4. THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    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
  5. NAVAL DISASTER.

    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
  6. THE STRAITS CABLE.

    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
  7. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    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 ...

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  8. DR. DAVIDSON'S VIEWS.

    The Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Davidson), in addressing the Church of England Temperance Society at Lambeth Palace yesterday, said he was ...

    Article : 61 words
  9. THE BILL IN THE COMMONS.

    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
  10. THE LABOUR CONGRESS.

    The Labour Congress expressed the opinion to-day that an amendment in the Commonwealth Constitution is desirable, which would give Federal ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. LONDON AND INTER-STATE EXCHANGE.

    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
  12. STOCK EXCHANGES.

    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
  13. THE ROWING DISPUTE.

    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
  14. CAPE COLONY NAVAL VOLUNTEERS.

    An influential deputation, including many members of Parliament, waited on the Colonial Secretary at Capetown yesterday to protest against the ...

    Article : 117 words
  15. SIR H. CAMPBELL-BANNER MAN.

    The body of the late Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman was buried yesterday at Meigle, in Perthshire. Five hundred wreaths, representative ...

    Article : 53 words
  16. STRUCK BY A TYPHOON.

    Several pearling luggers have been wrecked at La Grange Bay, 40 miles south of Broome, as a result of a typhoon. ...

    Article : 161 words
  17. MR. BALFODR'S TRIBUTE.

    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
  18. THE TAMAR CREW.

    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
  19. THE GLADIATOR COLLISION.

    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
  20. JAPANESE FINANCES.

    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 ...

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  21. AUDIT OF AUSTRALIAN SECURI TIES IN LONDON.

    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
  22. TWO SCHOONERS AND FLFTEEN LUGGERS LOST.

    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
  23. FEDERAL LEGISLATION ON THE SIZE OF CORNSACKS.

    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
  24. BOXING[?]

    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
  25. BRITISH PRESTIGE IN THE ORIENT.

    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
  26. SUNSHINE RAILWAY DISASTER.

    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
  27. THE POWER OF VISION.

    M. Armengaud, president of the French Society of Aerial Navigation, has invented an apparatus which supplements the power of vision by ...

    Article : 62 words
  28. PERSONAL.

    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
  29. ARCHBISHOP CLARKE.

    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
  30. THE ALLENDALE MURDER.

    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. ...

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  31. KURDS RAID PERSIA.

    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
  32. DECISIONS OF THE CONFERENCE.

    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
  33. LAUNCESTON ART SOCIETY.

    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
  34. CIGARETTES IN CANADA.

    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 ...

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  35. THE PAGE MILLIONS.

    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
  36. PROSPECTS OF FINANCIAL SETTLEMENT.

    To day's proceedings were of minor importance in relation to the great outstanding issue. Mr. Deakin lunched with the members ...

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  37. THE BRIGAND RAISULI.

    Reuter's correspondent at Tangier says the report that the brigand Raisuli had been lured into the back country and murdered, because of his ...

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  38. THE CLARK MEMORIAL.

    A letter to the local branch of the Amalgamated Miners' Association, seeking assistance towards the Justice Clark memorial scholarship, has been held over ...

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  39. TASMANIAN PEARS.

    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
  40. IMPROVEMENTS AT BISCHOFF SMELTERS

    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
  41. COLONIAL SUGAR COMPANY.

    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. ...

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  42. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Australian Land, Mortgage and Finance Co.'s 4 per cent. stocks are quoted at £101 10s. AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS. ...

    Article : 53 words
  43. BANK OF BELGIUM.

    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
  44. GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

    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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