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  2. EIGHT HOURS' DAY.

    The chief attraction in town to-day will be the demonstration in celebration of Eight Hours' Day. Many years ago the day was celebrated in ...

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  3. NATIONAL INSURANCE.

    Last September two important prosecutions under the Insurance Act took place at Spalding, in Lincolnshire, and led to the fining of Mr. Philip White, ...

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  4. THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET SPEECHES BY BRITISH MINISTERS.

    There was the usual brilliant gathering last night at the banquet given at the Guild-hall by Sir David Burnett, the newly-elected Lord Mayor of ...

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  5. MONTENEGRIN CAMPAIGN. TURKISH ATTACK REPULSED.

    The Montenegrins south of Scutari repulsed an attack by the garrison, and retired for a short distance in good order. The retirement was due to the ...

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  6. DISORDER IN THIBET

    Three thousand Thibetans are now holding the country to the west of the Yalung River. In a recent conflict which took place ...

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  7. THE BALKANS WAR. TURKS AGAIN HEAVILY DEFEATED.

    The "Koelnische Zeitung" states to-day that it is reported from Sofia that the Porte has proposed to Bulgaria negotiations for peace without the ...

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  8. THE DARDANELLES FORTS.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" says to-doy:— "The Greeks are transporting troops to the left bank of the Maritza, so as to ...

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  9. BULGARIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The "Reichpost" states to-day that the army of Nazim Pasha, [?]e Turkish Commander-in-Chief, vigorously defended both sider of Cherkesskini, and then ...

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  10. JACK JOHNSON.

    Jack Johnson, the champion heavyweight boxer of the world, who has been indicted for a breach of the immoral traffic regulations of Chicago, ...

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  11. BULGARIANS FROM CANADA.

    Five Hundred Bulgarians from Canada arrived in London to-day, and are proceeding to the front. ...

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  12. ORGANISING A HOLY WAR.

    The Sheik-ul-Islam has appealed to the ulemas and hodias to organise a Johad (holy war), and thus strengthen the Ottoman soldiers in their resolve to ...

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  13. THE REFERENDUM PROPOSALS

    In a speech at Oberon on Saturday night, the Minister of Lands (Mr. Beeby) dealt with his attitude towards the Federal referendum proposals. He said:— ...

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  14. CHILIAN GOVERNMENT'S REFUSAL.

    The Chilian Government has refused the offer of Turkey to purchase six large torpedo-boat-destroyers now being completed in England for Chili. ...

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  15. AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

    The final returns of the American Presidential election show that Mr. Roosevelt carried California with a plurality of 70. ...

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  16. FALL OF TCHATALDCHA IMMINENT

    The Bulgnrians have penctrated the main line of the defences of Tchataldcha, near Hedomkeui, and the fall of the whole of the positions is imminent. ...

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  17. AUSTRO-SERVIAN DIFFERENCES.

    There was a hurried meeting of the British Cabinet yesterday. Reuter learns that the Great Powers are all agreed that the least said the ...

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  18. DUTCH BORNEO.

    Serious disturbances have broken out in the western part of Dutch Borneo, where Chinese coolies have attacked the European residents and killed two ...

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  19. AMERICAN WARSHIPS FOR TURKISH WATERS.

    The American armoured cruisers Tennessce and Montana, each of 14,500 tons, and a main armament of four 10in. guns, have been ordered to ...

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  20. INVESTMENT OF ADRIANOPLE

    The vali of Adrianople reports that on Wednesday last he inflicted severe losses on the besiegers operating to the westward of the city. ...

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  21. PERSONAL

    Mr. Justice MeIntyre leaves for Launceston this morning, to preside at the sittings of the Criminal Court to-morrow. A movement to send Mr. Prendergast. ...

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  22. EMPIRE TRADE COMMISSION.

    The Empire Trade Commission received a deputation to-day from members of the Manchester cotton trade representing £44,000,000 of capital invested. ...

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  23. NEGOTIATIONS FOR SURRENDER.

    The "Reichpost" states to-day that informal pourparlers for the surrender of Adrianople have been begun. The same newspaper says that there are ...

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  24. THE ADVANCE ON THE CAPITAL.

    Kiamil Pasha, the Grand Vizier stated in an interview yesterday that if King Ferdinand of Bulgaria carries out his intention to penetrate to ...

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  25. AMERICAN DYNAMITARDS

    Ortie McManigal, one of the prisoners in the trade union dynamite conspiracy trial at Indianapolis, has confessed that he carried dynamite in a ...

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  26. COMMONWEALTH PROPERTY IN HOBART.

    "If the poison is in, it must come out, and I can see that he must have been storing up this poison to use agai st me whenever the slightest opportunity ...

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  27. THE PRIME MINISTER'S SPEECH.

    Mr. Asquith, the Prime Minister, in responding to the toast of His Majesty's Ministers, said:—"We are living in anxious times. We are spectators of ...

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  28. PEACE OF EUROPE IN DANGER.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says there is a growing feeling that the peace of Europe is endangered by the insistence of Servia ...

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  29. ADRIANOPLE STILL HOLDING OUT.

    The "Reichpost" says that several Turkish positions at Adrianople are very strong, but hunger and sickness are deadlier foes to the garrison than ...

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  30. AVIATION.

    The United States Government is elaborating plans for the aeroplane defence of the Pacific coast and the War Department is constructing a score of ...

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  31. NEW YORK MARKET UNSETTLED.

    The New York stock market is seriously Unsettled in consequence of the districting war news. European banks are curtailing private discounts: ...

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  32. LESSONS TO GREAT BRITAIN

    Mr. Bonar Law the leader of the Opposition, addressed a meeting at Liverpool last night, and, in the course of his speech, said the war in the ...

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  33. THE FLIGHT TO CONSTANTINOPLE

    Fugitive troops are swarming into Constantinople from Tchataldcha and camping in the streets. A disease like the cholera is affecting the wounded ...

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  34. NAVAL DEFENCE.

    The second-class cruiser Melbourne, which was constructed at Brikenhead to the order of the Commonwealth Governmeknt, completed to-day her full ...

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  35. THE SUFFRAGISTS. RELEASE FROM GAOI.

    In July last at Dublin four women suffragists, members of the Irish Women's Franchise League, were each sentenced to six months' imprisonment ...

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  36. GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA.

    The American Government has despatched the cutter Analga from Port Said to Turkish waters. Mr. James Bryce, the British ...

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  37. ABDULLAH PASHA'S RETREAT.

    Mr. M. H. Donohoe, the war correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle." in cabling from Tchataldcha, says Abdullah Pasha's battered army retreated from ...

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  38. STORM AT QUEENSTOWN.

    A storm of exceptional severity passed over the town throughout all Saturday night. The streets were filled with dust, and about midnight this was accompanied ...

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  39. THE TURKS AND EGYPT.

    Advices received in London from Cairo state that the son of Kaimil Pasha, the Grand Vizier of Turkey, is in Cairo on a secret mission. ...

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  40. RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA

    The Belgrade correspondent of the "Temps" states that Austria is sanding 18 battalions of troops to Bosnia-Herzegovina. ...

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  41. DEMONSTRATION IN AMERICA.

    Yesterday 15,000 women paraded in New York in celebration of the addition of four States to the suffrage cause. The majority of the women ...

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  42. ANOTHER TOWN CAPTURED.

    It is reported that the Bulgarians have captured, Kavala, and that the Turks, unable to escape, surrendered. The Bulgarians also captured ...

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  43. THE NEED FOR RESERVES.

    Mr. John St. Loe Strachey, the editor and proprietor of the "Spectator," in the issue of that paper to-day has an article under the heading, "An Urgent ...

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  44. THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

    important recommendatiors have been submitted to the Postmaster-General (Mr. Frazer. by the departmental board appointed to consider the question of ...

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  45. THE LATEST REPORTS.

    The "Reichpost" states that the Bulgarians have taken by assault two of Adrianoplo's principal forts, viz., Kartal and Papsterpe, and have brought ...

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  46. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT APPELLATE JURISDICTION BILL.

    The Appellate Jurisdiction Bill, to be introduced by the Government increases to six the number of law lords that are to deal with colonial appeals. ...

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  47. COAL ORDERS FROM GERMANY

    Newspapers in London state that the Germans are inquiring at Cardiff with a view to placing a limitless coal order for immediate delivery in the ...

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  48. GENERAL CABLES. FRENCH VINTAGE.

    It is officially stated that the vintage of France, Corsica, and Algeria is estimated at 63,831,000 hectolitres, as compared with 53,879,150 hectolitres last ...

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  49. THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE'S ATTITUDE

    A communique issued in Berlin states that the Triple Alliance Powers are unanimous in desiring unimpeded development in the Near East so long as ...

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  50. MORE BRITISH WARSHIPS.

    The battleships Hibernia, Commonwealth, and Dominion, and the cruisers Black Prince and Cumberland have sailed from Malta to the eastward. ...

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  51. MURDERS IN FIJI.

    At the Lautoka Circuit Court yesterday there was a heavy criminal caiendar. The accused were mostly Indians. There were two murder charges. One ...

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  52. WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

    In the House of Commons to-day, Mr. Asquith the Prime Minister, moved for the allocation of 17 days for all stages of the bill for the disestablishment of ...

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  53. THE THRESHING AWARD.

    The sustained agitation on the North-West Coast against the threshing machine Wages Board award was continued at Penguin yesterday, when a large number ...

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  54. TCHATALDCHA LINE STILL HELD.

    The attack on the positions of Tchataldcha is being energetically prosecuted. The Bulgarian third army has ...

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  55. THE SERVIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The Servian losses in the two days' battle preceding the surrender of Prilep were heavier that those of the Turks. ...

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  56. AUSTRALIAN TRADER'S TRIALS.

    The steamer Wandilla, which has been built for the Australian trade has averaged 16 knots an hour in her speed trials. ...

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  57. SPORTING CABLES. LIVERPOOL AUTUMN CUP.

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  58. THE BATTLE OF LULELA-BURGAS.

    Herr Wagner, the correspondent of the "Reichpost," in describing the aftermath of the battle of Lulela-Burgas, states:— ...

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  59. THE LORD MAYOR'S SHOW.

    The Lord Mayor's show was composed of a mediæval and military pageant. Lord Alverstome, in welcoming the Lord Mayor at the Law Courts, said he ...

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  60. THE FRUIT COMMISSION.

    The Federal Royal Commission on the fruit industry took further, evidence at Parliament House yesterday. Mr. John Wilberforce Moss, of J. W. ...

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  61. THE GREEK CAMPAIGN.

    Early in the week the army under the command of the Crown Prince of Greece, after two days' fierce fighting, routed thousands of Turks at Zenidge, ...

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  62. ACCESS TO THE ADRIATIC.

    The Servian Government has informed the Great Powers that Servia intends to gain access to the Adriatic. ...

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  63. AUSTRALIAN LINER OVERDUE.

    The steamer Star of Australia, 6,179 tons, Captain Ulyatt, which left Sydney on October 2 for London and Liverpool has not yet arrived at Suez, where she ...

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  64. MAN FOUND DEAD.

    Late yesterday afternoon a couple of bendi residents discovered the body of a man lying on the rocks near the water's edge. ...

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  65. CHINESE FINANCES.

    Mr. Birch Crisp, who floated the £10,000,000 Chinese loan in London, in a letter to the newspapers to-day explains the reason why he entered the ...

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  66. ALBANIAN AUTONOMY.

    M. Pasitch, the Servian Premier, in an interview yesterday said it was impossible to concede autonomy to Albania owing to its various nationalities ...

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  67. WRESTLING.

    At Ottawa yesterday, Dr. Roller, of the United States, defeated Raymond Caseaux, of France, in a catch-as-catch-can wrestling match. Caseaux lost on ...

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  68. RUGBY FOOTBALLERS.

    The South African Rugby footballers played the Midland Counties yesterday, and won by 25 points to three. ...

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  69. SUPPRESSION OF EGYPTIAN NEWSPAPER.

    "E[?] Alam," an Egyptian Nationalist paper published at Cairo, has been suppressed for publishing articles subversive of the authority of the ...

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  70. SAN FRANCISCO November 10.

    At San Francisco yesterday, Stanford University football team tied with California, the scores being three pointe each. Hill, of New South Wales, acted ...

    Article : 38 words
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