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  2. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN

    The Australians were to commence the tenth match of their tour against Hampshire this morning, but a downpour of rain all yesterday ...

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  3. DREADNOUGHT OFFER

    The first important decision arrived at by the new Federal Ministry was to offer to the Imperial Government, on behalf of the ...

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  4. PRESS CONFERENCE

    The delegates to the Press Conference will be the guests of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Lloyd-George, at a breakfast in ...

    Article : 102 words
  5. FEDERAL AFFAIRS

    Since Mr. Scrivener presented his report on the suitability of the Yass-Canberra district for the Federal capital site, the whole of the ...

    Article : 176 words
  6. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES

    Judgment was delivered to-day by the High Court on appeals questioning the validity of the Australian Industries Preservation Act ...

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  7. A.R.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING

    The weather conditions were again propitious to-day, when the A.R.C. Birthday meeting was concluded. Another splendid crowd was ...

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  8. STATE OWNED CABLES.

    The "Times" correspondent at Ottawa says that the visit to Canada of the Australian delegates to the Press Conference has ...

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  9. CUSTOMS OFFICER'S FURLOUGH.

    An application has been made by Mr. Smart, Victorian Collector of Customs, for an extended furlough. This is understood to be a ...

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  10. STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER FOE DEFENCE.

    The Minister for Defence, Mr. Joseph Cook, M.P., when interviewed to-day regarding the offer of a Dreadnought or some other form ...

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  11. KALGOORLIE RACE MEETING.

    The booths and privileges in connection with the forthcoming race meeting at Kalgoorlie were sold by Messrs. H. D. Pell and Co. ...

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  12. COUNTY CRICKET.

    The Surrey batsman, J. B. Hobbs, has already scored 1009 runs for the season, and has an average of 67. ...

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  13. DURHAM HALL LUNCH.

    The delegates lunched to-day at Durham Hall, and met Mr. Alfred Lyttelton, Sir Taubmann Goldie, and Field-Marshal Sir Francis ...

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  14. TELEPHONE RATES.

    The Postmaster-General Intends during the week to make an exhaustive examination of the case for and against the new telephone ...

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  15. GERMAN NAVY LEAGUE

    The annual meeting of the German Navy League was held at Kiel yesterday, when it was shown that the league numbered 977,563 members. ...

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  16. LORD ROSEBERY'S SPEECH.

    Both Government and Opposition papers eulogise Lord Rosebery's speech as a "tour de force." The "Daily Mail" describes the speech ...

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  17. BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL.

    The second "soccer" football match between South Australia and West Australia was played this afternoon, and resulted in another ...

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  18. THE DREADNOUGHT OFFER.

    At last night's meeting of the Goldfields District Council of the Australian Labour Federation the leader of the Opposition in the State ...

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  19. SIR WILLIAM LYNE AND LABOUR PARTY.

    The Labour League branches in Hume electorate have decided not to oppose Sir William Lyne at the next Commonwealth election. ...

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  20. AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

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  21. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The sixth annual meeting of the 11th Australian. Infantry Regiment was continued to-day on the Karratta ranges. Shooting commenced ...

    Article : 438 words
  22. COMMONWEALTH OFFER.

    The decision of the Deakin Cabinet to present a Dreadnought or its equivalent to England has been published, and also its agreement with ...

    Article : 69 words
  23. REPRESENTATION IN LONDON

    The Prime Minister was to-day asked if there was any foundation for a rumour that Lord Northcote might be appointed High ...

    Article : 197 words
  24. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION

    A deputation of the native races in South Africa is about to visit England to protest against the colour line drawn in the South African ...

    Article : 88 words
  25. LAKE WAY MEETING.

    In our advertising columns appears the programme of the Lake Way meeting, which will be the opening fixture on the new ...

    Article : 87 words
  26. "SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL."

    Fifty ladies connected with the Press Conference were present at His Majesty's Theatre on Saturday evening, when Mr. Beerbohm Tree ...

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  27. CITY FINANCIER.

    The late Mr. Charles Morrison, a city financier, who loft an estate of £12,000,000, has bequeathed upwards of £1,000,000 to each of four ...

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  28. THE DEATH PENALTY.

    Arthur Ross, who was convicted of the murder of a bank clerk, James Muir, at Gayndah, in October last, was executed in the Brisbane ...

    Article : 190 words
  29. FREMANTLE REGATTA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 64 words
  30. NEW ZEALAND.

    Considerable trouble has been caused by a local committee granting a number of licenses in the King Country, formerly solely ...

    Article : 165 words
  31. AERIAL NAVIGATION.

    An Englishman named Latham voyaged yesterday for 67 minutes on the Marne on an Autoinette monoplane, beating the French record. ...

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  32. RETIRED BOXER.

    Bill Squires has apparently decided to quit the prize ring. His name appears in the list of applicants for land on the Peel River ...

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  33. MINERS' CONGRESS.

    The International Miners' Congress at Berlin resolved yesterday that, whenever a general strike was ordered in any country, the miners ...

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  34. FOOTBALL SOCIAL.

    The Horseshoe Warriors Football Club held a lively social at Prewett's City Arms Hotel, Boulder, last Saturday evening, Mr. A. R. ...

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  35. RABBIT PEST IN QUEENSLAND.

    Queensland, in its fight against the rabbits, has spent £1,252,591, of which £698,000 was found by the Government. ...

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  36. A.M.P. BUILDINGS.

    A contract has been entered into for the enlargement of the A.M.P. Buildings, Pitt-street. An extension of 50 ft. is to be made in the ...

    Article : 59 words
  37. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    The New Zealand "All Blanks" and the "Kangaroos" played another match under league rules on the Agricultural Ground to-day, in ...

    Article : 56 words
  38. ARCHBISHOPRIC OF SYDNEY.

    The Anglican Bishops of New South Wales have unanimously confirmed the election of Archdeacon Wright, of Manchester, as ...

    Article : 30 words
  39. TELEGRAPHIC CHESS.

    A telegraphic chess match between Victoria and New South Wales took place to-day. The scores were:—New South Wales ...

    Article : 41 words
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