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  2. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    The sittings of the Imperial Conference were resumed to-day at the Foreign Office, the Prime Minister of England (Mr. H. Asquith) presiding. ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    The secretary of the Wellington Railway League has been advised by the private secretary of the Governor that His Excellency will have much pleasure ...

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  4. THE VISITING PREMIERS.

    Mr. J. T. S. McGowen, the Premier of New South Wales, who has been on a visit to Germany, returned to London to-day. ...

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  5. COMMISSIONER FOR RAILWAYS

    Mr. George W. Smith, the General Manager of the Midland Railway Co. of West Australia, who is now in England, has accepted the position of ...

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  6. MACQUARIE HARBOUR[?]

    The following report has been received from Mr. Reid Bell, hydraulic engineer, in regard to the improvements necessary in the harbour works at the entrance to ...

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  7. FEDERAL LAND TAX.

    At a meeting of the Australian Estates and Mortgage Company yesterday, the chairman (Mr. Williamson) protested against the injustice and inequality of ...

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  8. SITUATION IN MOROCCO.

    Although Morocco has protested against the landing of Spanish troops at Larache, and France has instructed her representatives[?] abroad to call the ...

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  9. HORSE SHOW IN LONDON

    The International Horse Show at Olympia, which was opened yesterday, promises to mark a great step forward in the cosmopolitan character of the ...

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  10. LOSS OF THE YONGALA.

    The Marine Board inquiry into the loss of the Yongala was continued to-day. Captain Binsmead, a Torres Straits pilot, said that, in his opinion, the ...

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  11. CRICKET.

    In reference to the statement made by the officials of the Marylebone Cricket Club that they have twice cabled to Australia and also sent ...

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  12. DREADFUL ACCIDENT AT FORCETT.

    A shocking fatal accident occurred at Forcett yesterday, the victim being a young man named John Denholm[?] a resident of the place. He was ...

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  13. H.M.S. INFLEXIBLE.

    The British armoured cruiser Inflexible, 21 guns, 17,250 tons, which had a hole seven feet long torn in her side, as the result of collision with the ...

    Article : 210 words
  14. STATE PROPERTIES.

    The Acting-Federal Treasurer (Mr. Frazer) has prepared a set of tables, showing the amount which each State would receive under the arrangement that the ...

    Article : 146 words
  15. SHOCKING DOUBLE TRAGEDY

    A shocking double tragedy was enacted in a house at 33 Little George-street, Fitzroy, last night. Several women were assembled there, ...

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  16. UNITED STATES POLITICS.

    The Senate, by 64 votes to 24, has passed a resolution to so amend the Constitution as to provide for the election of Senators by direct popular vote, ...

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  17. THE ALBANIAN RISING.

    Torget Shovket Pasha, the commander-in-chief of the Turkish troops who have been operating against the Albanian rebels, reports to the ...

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  18. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    For the purpose of promoting public assistance to Dr. Mawson's Antarctic expedition, a meeting, convened by the Lord Mayor, was held at the Town-hall to-day. ...

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  19. RUTHLESS CAPITALISM.

    The Melbourne "Argus," in a recent issue, thus refers to the recent case of Bellinger v. Hughes:- "A lawsuit just concluded in Sydney ...

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  20. CANADIAN MILITIA.

    It is reported in the press at Ottawa that 300 men who were training in the militia camp at Niagara were specially hired, chiefly in Toronto, to attend the ...

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  21. LABOUR DISPUTES.

    At a mass meeting of strikers held at Glamorgan last week it was decided that neither Mr. W. Abraham, the Labour member for the Rhondda division ...

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  22. OPIUM SUPPRESSION.

    The invitation of the United States Government to hold an international conference at the Hague to urge each country to bind itself gradually to ...

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  23. WOMAN SUFFRAGE.

    Yesterday the first international Woman's Suffrage Congress was opened at Stockholm, Sweden, and was attended by 1,000 delegates. Included in the ...

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  24. FROZEN MEAT TRADE.

    An Indian correspondent of the "Daily Mail" states to-day that a monster petition is in circulation among the Hindus for presentation at the ...

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  25. FEDERAL CENSUS.

    The returns for New South Wales in respect of the compilation of the Census were made available to-day. The population of New South Wales is 1,648,210, ...

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  26. MORMONS IN CANADA.

    The Presbyterian Assembly of Ottawa has decided upon an active anti-Mormon campaign. It is stated that the Mormons' influence in the province of ...

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  27. LABOUR IN AMERICA.

    The suit brought by Mr. C. W. Post against the American Federation of Labour and the Bucks Stove and Range Company seeking to prevent a "closed ...

    Article : 128 words
  28. COMMON WEALTH NOTE ISSUE.

    Since the Acting-Federal Treasurer announced that the issue of Australian notes had exceeded £7,000,000 further issues have been made to the value' of ...

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  29. FRENCH LIQUIDATOR'S ARREST

    The trial commenced yesterday in Paris of M. Duez, the liquidator of several religious associations in France, who is charged with [?]mbezzling ...

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  30. BOXING.

    "Jack" Johnson, the heavyweight champion boxer of the world, has arrived in London, and will give exhibitions in the principal towns of Great Britain. ...

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  31. GENERAL CABLES.

    The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 3,555,000 quarters, as against 3,520,000 quarters a week ago. The ...

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  32. ANTHROPOLOGY.

    The Anthropological Institute of Great Britain has invited the overseas Premiers to co-operate in securing the periodic measurement of adults and ...

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  33. MEXICO AND CHINA.

    The United States Government does not anticipate any serious results to arise out of the dispute between China and Mexico respecting the killing of ...

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  34. STRIKE AT SUGAR MILL.

    Sixty men employed at the Hambledon sugar mill have gone on strike for shorter hours and higher wages. ...

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  35. FRENCH FINANCES.

    M. Caillaux, the French Minister of Finance, stated yesterday in the Chamber of Deputies that, despite the fact that there had been an increase of ...

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  36. SEAMAN INJURED.

    Alfred Eisman, an able seaman on H.M.S. Pyramus, had a sensational experience to-day. He was assisting to lower the anchor, ...

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  37. BILLIARDS.

    The match for £50 a side between George Gray, the young Australian billiardist, and Melbourne Inman, the reputed second best player in ...

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  38. ANGLICAN SYNOD.

    At the opening of the Anglican Synod to-day the Archbishop said the Church had shared in the general material prosperity. He had invited the ...

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  39. DISASTROUS FIRE.

    A disastrous fire broke out last night at a shop in Litherland, four miles and a half to the north of Liverpool. There were two men and four ...

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  40. THE CORONATION.

    Field-Marshal Lord Kitchener, who will command the troops at the Coronation, has arranged that the Australian cadets and colonial scouts will ...

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  41. FERRY-BOAT DISASTER.

    Yesterday an overcrowded ferry boat capsized on the River Volga, in Russia. The boat sank, and 30 of the people were drowned. ...

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  42. CUSTOMS LEAKAGE.

    The Customs Leakage Commission sat to-day in the Council-chambers, when there were present Messrs. J. A. Jensen (chairman), Hon. F. W. Bamford, and ...

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  43. DOG'S FAITHFUL WATCH.

    'A' man named Alfred Barton, aged [?]5[?] was found dead in the snow on Sunday at Newbridge. At the inquiry held later the coroner ...

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  44. SCENE AT COUNCIL MEETING.

    At a meeting of the Leichhardt Municipal Council last night, Alderman Treadgold refused to sit down when ordered to do so by the Mayor, who thereupon ...

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  45. LIGHTNING IN NEW YORK.

    Lightning, which has prevailed in New York State for two days almost incessantly, has resulted in damage to property to the amount of £200,000. ...

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  46. BIRKBECK BANK.

    The directors of the Bank of England have advanced the Birkbeck Bank [?] for the immediate payment of 10s. in the £1 to depositors. All ...

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  47. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The members of the New Zealand rifle team to compete at the Bisley rifle meeting have arrived, and are practising daily[?] All the men are well[?] ...

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