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  2. THE KOOMBANA LOST. DISCOVERY OF THE WRECKAGE.

    All doubts as to the fate of the steamer Koombana were settled to-night by the receipt of the following message by the Deputy Postmaster-General from ...

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  3. CANADIAN POLITICS.

    It was announced last week that a struggle between the Liberals in the Senate and the Conservative majority in the Canadian Federal House of ...

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  4. FEDERAL AFFAIRS. POSTAGE STAMP DESIGN.

    The Federal Cabinet to-day approved of the new design for the first uniform stamp of the Australian Commonwealth. The design consists of a dark ...

    Article : 123 words
  5. CHINESE REPUBLIC. OPPOSITION TO THE MINISTRY.

    It was announced last month that Great Britain, America, France, and Germany were protesting against the granting to China ot a Belgian loan of ...

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  6. NORTH LONDON MURDER

    In the Court of Criminal Appeal to-day, Frederick Henry Seddon, formerly a district superintendent of the London and Manchester Assurance Co., ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    Lady Barron, accompanied by Major Cadell, paid an informal visit to the Blind, Deaf, and Dumb Institution yesterday. They were met by Mr. S. Clemes, ...

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  8. GREAT COAL STRIKE. MEN RETURNING TO WORK.

    In the House of Commons this afternoon, Mr. Asquith, the Prime Minister, said he was not satisfied that a Royal Commission would meet the ...

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  9. UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

    The Oxford and Cambridge University boat race, which was declared a "no race" on Saturday owing to the swamping of the boats, was decided ...

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  10. CAPTAIN OF THE KOOMBANA.

    Captain T. M. Allen, of the Koombana, was a well-known shipmaster in the inter-State trade. He was born in 1860, the son of the late Captain B. Allen. He ...

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  11. DUTY ON ARTIFICIAL MANURES.

    Representatives of the employers and employes in the artificial manures industry asked the Minister of Customs (Hon. F. Tudor) to-day to impose a ...

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  12. SHIPPING TRADE. P. AND O. STOCK.

    P. and O. deferred stock which was quoted at £335 on Thrusday last, advanced to £343 per £100 stock yesterday. ...

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  13. 20,000 MISSING CADETS.

    Despite the keen attempts by the military authorities to solve the mystery of the decrease of 20,000 registrations of cadets who were born in 1898, as ...

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  14. RETURNING TO WORK.

    Five thousand miners have resumed work at Tamworth, on the borders of Staffordshire and Warwickshire. The voting in South Wales was ...

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  15. DREADFUL SCENES IN CHINA.

    Mr. Roy Robinson, of H.M.S. Pegasus, writing to his relatives in Singleton, furnishes interesting details of life and customs in China. The following ...

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  16. UNDERWRITERS' LOSSES.

    For the first quarter of the present year the losses of the marine underwriters have been over £2,000,000. ...

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  17. THE FRUIT INDUSTRY.

    The Royal Commission appointed by the Commonwealth Ministry to inquire into the production and distribution, of fruit sat for two hours to-day ...

    Article : 79 words
  18. REPORTED AMALGAMATION.

    The "Shipping Gazette" states to-day that it is rumoured that a syndicate interested in the Australian and New Zealand trade is negotiating for ...

    Article : 41 words
  19. STATE RIGHTS IN AMERICA

    The State Governors in America, acting in concert, have appealed to the Federal Supreme Court at Washington against a decision of the Minnesota ...

    Article : 97 words
  20. THE RELIEF FROM NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The £1,000 sent by the Government oF New South Wales for the relief of sufferers by the strike is being spent in the Potteries districts of Staffordshire, ...

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  21. THE TRAMWAY CASE.

    At the hearing of the claim of the Australian Tramway Employees' Association before the Federal Arbitration Court to-day. William Dewsnap, ...

    Article : 187 words
  22. LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER FIGHT.

    Mr. Robert Smillie, the vice-president of the Miners' Federation, stated to-day that the miners must not think that the light is ended, for they were ...

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  23. MISERY IN THE POTTERIES.

    Four thousand pounds are being spent weekly in relief in the Potteries, where there is much misery among the idle. The funds are almost exhausted, ...

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  24. DARING BURGLARY IN LONDON

    During last night a gang of burglars entered by the skylight a shop adjoining the premises of Messrs. Attlinger and Co., jewellers, of Regent-street, ...

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  25. AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

    The estimates of the "presidential primary election campaign show that the Northern States so far have instructed 64 delegates to vote for Mr. ...

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  26. ALL SCOTTISH PITS OPEN.

    The Scottish coal mine owners will reopen all their pits on Monday next. Including Warwickshire and Scotland, 20,000 miners have resumed work. ...

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  27. TURC0-ITALIAN WAR.

    Yesterday 3,000 Turks in Tripoli attacked the new forts which are being constructed by the Italians at Tobruk. The Turks assailed at various points, ...

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  28. FLOODS IN AMERICA.

    Disastrous floods have occurred in Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky, and are the worst recorded. The property losses amount to millions of dollars. ...

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  29. THE MINIMUM WAGE ACT.

    Mr. Ashton, the Secretary of the Miners' Federation, who has already recommended the men to return to work, has issued a statement on behalf ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW.

    The Royal Show was opened at Moorepark this morning with every promise of being a record exhibition, although the weather to-day was rather ...

    Article : 168 words
  31. FRENCH APACHES.

    Yesterday two French Apaches named Prevest and Coulond were arrested whilst loitering outside a bank in Paris, where they were awaiting the ...

    Article : 89 words
  32. THE KINGDOM OF HUNGARY.

    The sensational disclosures made in Austria and Hungary in connection with the recent audiences between the Emperor Francis Joseph and Count ...

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  33. MEXICAN REBELLION.

    The United States Government has agreed to allow consignments of munitions of war to he sent across the frontier to aid the Mexican ...

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  34. BRITISH MERCANTILE MARINE.

    The executive members of the National Sailors and Firemen's Union are preparing demands, which will be submitted in August next for the purpose ...

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  35. BANK SWINDLER.

    Jean Baptiste Johny, the head of a banking firm in Paris, was arrested yesterday for swindling. His liabilities are £160,000. About £150 and some ...

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  36. SENATOR ATTACKED.

    A scene occurred to-day at a public meeting held at the Oklahoma Club at Waukesha, in Wisconsin. Whilst Senator Gore was addressing the ...

    Article : 59 words
  37. KNOCKED DOWN BY A TRAIN.

    Charles Henry Jones, an employee of the Postal Department, was killed instantly on the railway line at Romastreet station this morning. ...

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  38. ARARAT MINERS' STRIKE.

    A settlement of the Ararat miners' strike has been effected. The men will be paid rates higher than the wages board determined on in ...

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  39. THE SOUDAN.

    An Anglo-Egyptian force under Captain Wheatley, the acting sub-Governor of Kordofan. in the Soudan, has pursued and killed a Moslem fanatic and ...

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  40. MR. O'MALLEY ON TOUR

    The Minister of Home Affairs (Hon. King O'Malley) inspected the nett site for the General Post Office yesterday, and in the course of a subsequent ...

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  41. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LOCAL OPTION FOR SCOTLAND.

    In the House of Commons yesterday, the Temperance (Scotland) Bill was read the second time. The bill provides for local option. Thirty per cent, of ...

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  42. WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS.

    Women suffragists from England propose visiting Germany to establish a world-wide movement in the cause and in commenting on the threatened ...

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  43. SUICIDE ON BANK PREMISES.

    Mr. W. Turnbull, of the Union Bank, Katanning, has committed suicide. It transpired that the deceased had been ailing for some time, and was subject ...

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  44. MILLIONAIRE'S DEATH.

    The death has occurred in New York of Mr. John Arbuckle, a sugar refiner, whose estate is estimated to be worth £4,000,000. Mr. Arbuckle is thought ...

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  45. PERSIAN AFFAIRS.

    The Russian troops in Persia recently bombarded a mosque at Meshad, the capital of the province of Khorassan, believing that a large number of armed ...

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  46. BURGLARIES IN SYDNEY.

    Further burglaries are increasing the fears of residents in suburban Sydney. Early this morning the house of Dr. ...

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  47. AMERICAN COLLIERS. 100,000 MEN SUSPEND WORK.

    Although the negotiations between the representatives of the operators and the coal miners of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois are still proceeding, ...

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  48. NAVAL INFORMATION.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, the First Lord of the Admiralty, stated, in reply to a question in the House of Commons yesterday, that negotiations were ...

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  49. GENERAL CABLES. BREADSTUFFS.

    The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 4,180,000 quarters, as against 3,985,000 quarters a week ago. The ...

    Article : 128 words
  50. LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE DRIVERS

    The delegates to the Locomotive Enginedrivers, Firemen's, and Cleaners' Association Conference were entertained by a Parliamentary party at ...

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  51. PRINCE OF WALES.

    His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, who left London yesterday for Paris, where he will remain for some months for the purpose of perfecting ...

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  52. ADJOURNMENT.

    The Imperial Parliament adjourned yesterday for the Easter recess. ...

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  53. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION.

    In the South African Union Assembly yesterday, General Botha, the Prime Minister, delivered a speech, in which he foreshadowed an equalisation of ...

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  54. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    Sir Ernest Shackleton, who commanded the British Antarctic expedition which in 1909 reached "Farthest South," stated in the course of an ...

    Article : 132 words
  55. A HOPEFUL VIEW.

    Arrangements have been completed to take a referendum of the miners on April 10. The president of the Miners' Federation expresses a hopeful view of ...

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  56. VICTORIA'S LOAN.

    Tenders for the Victorian loan of £1,500,000, which closed to-day, amounted to £1,502,200, exclusive of the underwriters' covering tender. The ...

    Article : 129 words
  57. GENERAL TELEGRAMS.

    A petition is being largely signed asking that the hospital trouble be referred to Commissioner Turner to adjudicate upon. ...

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  58. WRIT OF MANDAMUS.

    An application for a writ of attachment against the State Treasurer (Mr. Watt) for not obeying the mandamus calling upon him to issue a wine and ...

    Article : 95 words
  59. ALL FOOLS DAY.

    Yesterday hundreds of pedestrians blocked the traffic of the whole of the financial district of New York, when a body, apparently that of a man, hurtled ...

    Article : 77 words
  60. REMARKABLE INCIDENT.

    A remarkable incident occurred to-day in New York owing to two American artists of some reputation being found asphvxiated in their respective ...

    Article : 64 words
  61. Y.M.C.A. TOURNAMENT.

    About 200 inter-State men will arrive this week to take part in the Y.M.C.A. tournament at Easter. The Railways.—Attention is directed ...

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  62. TALLOW.

    The stocks of tallow on hand amount to 5,483 casks. The imports for March were 3,210 casks. ...

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  63. QUEENSLAND COAL DEPOSITS.

    Statements made by Sir T. B. Robinson, the Agent-General for Queensland, have been published regarding the vast coal resources of Southern and ...

    Article : 41 words
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