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  2. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    "This is the now policy of the Government, the policy of skedaddle, of scuttle, and run away." This was the statement made by Mr. Wilks on the ...

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  3. POLITICAL SITUATION.

    The prespect of any development in the political situation which might endanger the Ministry vanished to-day. At a meeting of the Federal Labour party ...

    Article : 238 words
  4. INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE.

    The Utman Khels lost one hundred men in the fight on Monday at Karega, with the British troops. They have since tendered their submission, and ...

    Article : 156 words
  5. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    Under date London. April 24, Messrs. Edward Jacobs and Sons, report as follows:—"The weather is very bad. We are having frost and snow. which is most ...

    Article : 2,653 words
  6. FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION.

    Their Majesties King Edward, Queen Alexandra, and the Prince and Princess of Wales met President Fallieres of France in the Industrial Court of the ...

    Article : 85 words
  7. STABBED AT THE ALTAR.

    A sensational incident occurred on Sunday in a Catholic church at St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, United States. ...

    Article : 169 words
  8. NEW ZEALAND COURT.

    Mr. W. Kennaway, C.M.G., Secretary to the Department of the High Commissioner for New Zealand, represented Mr. W. P. Reeve[?], who is attending the ...

    Article : 118 words
  9. MRS. THAW'S DIVORCE SUIT.

    Evelyn Thaw, the wife of Harry Thaw, the murderer of Stanford White, who is detained in a lunatic asylum at New York, has decided to discontinue ...

    Article : 48 words
  10. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT.

    The Australian apples by the steamers Himalaya and Rippingham Grange have reached London, and realised from 5s. 3d to 7s. 6d. a case. ...

    Article : 69 words
  11. POSTAL DEPARTMENT.

    The report of the sub-committee appointed to inquire into the administration of the Postal Department was laid on the table of the House of ...

    Article : 1,438 words
  12. AMERICANS IN CUBA.

    It was reported some time ago that the United States was about to withdraw all the American troops from Cuba. ...

    Article : 51 words
  13. THE AUSTRALIAN COURTS.

    The Earl of Jersey received the party in the Australian Courts, and explained the arrangements of the Courts and the joint exhibits. ...

    Article : 265 words
  14. SUSPECTED POISONING CASE.

    The inquest concerning the death of Alexander Brown was continued to-day. Edmund Connell, employed occasionally at Mrs. Baikie's, said Brown ...

    Article : 395 words
  15. SCOTTISH ADMINISTRATION.

    In the House of Commons yesterday, Mr. D. Pirie, Liberal member for North Aberdeen, by 257 votes to 102, obtained leave to introduce a bill for the ...

    Article : 106 words
  16. PERSONAL.

    The Premier (Hon. J. W. Evans, C.M.G.) and the Minister for Education (Hon. W. B. Propsting) will leave the capital for Launceston by the express ...

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  17. OPINION OF BUSINESS MEN.

    A number of city mercantile men were spoken to to-day on the subject of the Federal Cabinet committee's report on the postal administration. They ...

    Article : 176 words
  18. AN AUSTRALIAN BANQUET.

    One hundred and twenty Australian merchants gave a banquet at the Trocadero in London last evening. Lord Carrington presided, and in ...

    Article : 161 words
  19. THE KING EXTREMELY PLEASED.

    King Edward informed the Earl of Jersey that he was extremely pleased with the appearance of the Australian Court, and he congratulated all ...

    Article : 92 words
  20. AN INJURED FINGER.

    Oscar Weaver, while working in a machine shop at the reduction works, had the middle finger of his right hand so badly crushed through being struck ...

    Article : 43 words
  21. CELEBRATIONS AT QUEENSTOWN.

    Empire Day was celebrated in Queenstown to-day, but only by the State-school children, who, in consequence of the wet weather, assembled in the Metropole-hall, ...

    Article : 69 words
  22. DAILY MAIL RIFLE MATCH.

    The scores of all the teams taking part in the competition for the "Daily Mail's" Empire Cup are not yet known, but so far the Bendigo Rifle Club leads ...

    Article : 95 words
  23. THE S.S. ORION.

    The Commissioner of Police (Mr. J. E. C. Lord) has received reports from the police as to search made for wreckage from, the s.s. Orion. Trooper Farrell, ...

    Article : 391 words
  24. TRAMWAY CAR COLLISION.

    Further details of the collision between the two electric cars at Philadelphia on Sunday show that after the impact, the cars, both of which were ...

    Article : 93 words
  25. STEAMER MURITAI WRECKED

    The steamer Muritai, bound from Russell to Auckland, had been totally wrecked on the Hen and Chickens. The passengers and crew are cafe. ...

    Article : 36 words
  26. FRANCO-BRITISH ENTENTE.

    The Paris newspaper "Le Temps" says if the entente between Great Britain and France is strengthened by the substitution of a treaty of alliance, there must ...

    Article : 54 words
  27. RUSSIAN ASSASSINATIONS.

    At a Russian court-martial yesterday four revolutionaries were sentenced to death for complicity in the murder or General Pavloff, the Military Public ...

    Article : 184 words
  28. WOODEN BUILDINGS ABLAZE.

    Several buildings were destroyed by fire at Grafton early this morning. Shortly after midnight McCann's general store, almost in the centre of the ...

    Article : 94 words
  29. KING'S VISIT TO RUSSIA.

    In the House of Commons yesterday, Mr. J. O'Grady, Labour member for L[?]ds, suggested the suspension of the King's visit to Russia owing to the ...

    Article : 121 words
  30. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS ARRESTED.

    William Archibald Robertson and Arthur Henry Tillinghurst, commercial travellers, were remanded from the Central Police Court, charged with ...

    Article : 110 words
  31. KING'S HOSPITAL FUND.

    Lord Mount Stephen has given to the King's Hospital Fund another £7,000 a year. This makes his total contribution over £30,000 a year, or over £7,000,000 ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. NEW PARISH HALL.

    The foundation stone of the Anglican Parish-hall was laid this afternoon by Canon Finnis, of Deloraine, when £44 was laid on the stone. A reception at ...

    Article : 72 words
  33. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    In consequence of the many seditious articles that have recently been published in the native press of India, the Government of India is preparing a ...

    Article : 105 words
  34. THE IMMIGRATION LEAGUE.

    At a meeting of the Immigration League to-night, a letter was read from the Chief Secretary, stating that the first section of the Tasmanian Handbook would be ...

    Article : 82 words
  35. GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

    A meeting of the Exhibition Committee has been called for next Tuesday night to receive the balance-sheet of the recent exposition. ...

    Article : 49 words
  36. SCHOONER GOES ASHORE.

    The auxiliary schooner Willinga, of 82 tons gross register, struck on the rocks near Port Stephens, at half-past 3 this morning, and became a total ...

    Article : 58 words
  37. GENERAL CABLES.

    City of Sydney 4 per cent debeutures are quoted at £101 15s. ...

    Article : 23 words
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