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  2. THE PRICE OF MEAT

    At a meeting of the committee of the West Australian Amalgamated Butchers' Union on Friday night, the price of meat was discussed, and ...

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  3. GREAT FOREST FIRE

    An immense forest fire is seriously threatening the pulp-paper mills in the Exploits River district of Newfoundland, and it looks as if a huge ...

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  4. RAILWAY FATALITY

    A report reached New York yesterday afternoon to the effect that a New York central passenger train had gone over a bridge, and that ...

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  5. MOROCCO CRISIS

    Reuter's Agency states that the French Government has approved of the instructions which the Premier, M. Caillaux, has given to the ...

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  6. ARMS FOR ARGENTINA

    The Government has ordered the steamer Arizona, which belongs to Secretan and Co., and which is now lying at Barrow, to be dismantled. ...

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  7. TRANSPORT WORKERS' STRIKES

    Serious rioting still continues in the Bargoed district of Glamorganshire. Two Jewish shops were completely wrecked in Llangynwyd. ...

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  8. TRADES DISPUTES ACT.

    The Leeds Chamber of Commerce has passed a resolution urging the Government, in order to prevent great industrial disturbances, to ...

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  9. COMMERCIAL DEMAND.

    Following on the Leeds resolution there has arisen a widespread demand in commercial circles for the repeal of that section of the Trades ...

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  10. PULP MILLS SAVED.

    A fortunate shift of wind to-day saved the paper-pulp mills at Bishop's Falls, but the fire has done enormous destruction to the forest ...

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  11. FRENCH ENGINEERS.

    A detachment of 250 engineers sailed yesterday from Marseilles. They are going to Fez to construct a field railway in the neighbourhood ...

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  12. THIRD STEAMER SAILS.

    The Salop, a third steamer belonging to Secretan and Co., sailed for Buenos Ayres on July 30, nearly a month prior to the detention of ...

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  13. POLICE STOP DISORDER. SEVERAL INJURED.

    The police by baton charges stopped several riots in Bargoed and Gilfach yesterday. A good many of the rioters were injured. Half a ...

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  14. IRISH RAILWAY STRIKE.

    The stewards of the Irish Turf Club yesterday decided that the circumstances of the Irish railway strike did not justify the executive ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. CANADIAN COAL STRIKE.

    Immediately after the conclusion of the late coal miners' strike, by which the men obtained better conditions of work, several cottages at ...

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  16. CANADIAN ELECTIONS

    A few days ago it was stated that Mr. Rutherford, ex-Premier of the Alberta Province, would contest the Edmonton seat at the coming ...

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  17. NOT ANTI-SEMITIC.

    Prominent Jews say they see nothing particularly anti-Semitic in the Welsh outburst. They consider it to have been merely hooliganism ...

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  18. TWENTY-SIX KILLED.

    It has been ascertained that the number of persons who perished in the Lehigh Valley accident was twenty-six. The disaster was caused ...

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  19. MR. WILLIAMSON'S MURDER.

    Reports from the Abor country indicate that the tribesmen are preparing to resist the punitive expedition which lately left Calcutta to ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. LONDON SETTLEMENTS.

    The threatened tramway strike in London has been averted. The county council's committee agreed to recognise the tramway men's union, and ...

    Article : 59 words
  21. VICTORIAN POLITICS.

    Reference to the State political situation was made by Mr. Prendergast, leader of the Opposition, at a musical evening given by the ...

    Article : 123 words
  22. MISCELLANEOUS

    According to a report from Mr. Stefanssen, leader of an American scientific expedition to the Arctic, he has discovered in the Arctic ...

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  23. CINEMATOGRAPH EXPLOSION.

    During an exhibition of moving pictures last night in the Morgan Grant Opera House at Canonsburg, in Pennsylvania, one of the films ...

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  24. AMERICAN RAILROAD.

    A message from Paducah, in Kentucky, states that 12,000 men employed on the Illinois central railroad threaten to strike if their ...

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  25. RESUMPTIONS IN LIVERPOOL.

    All the strikers in Liverpool have now returned to work with the exception of the dockers, and they will resume to-morrow if all of them ...

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  26. EXPLOSION ON A BARQUE.

    The barque Lyndhurst, laden with a cargo of naphtha, caught fire a day or two ago off Fish Point and blew up with a terrific explosion. ...

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  27. SURPLUS KEROSENE.

    In consequence of its accumulation of surplus stocks, the Scottish Mineral Oil Co. has sold to the, Standard Oil Co. large quantities of ...

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  28. ANTI-OPPOSITION CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Sydney Fisher, the Dominion Minister of Agriculture, is conducting a reciprocity campaign in Quebec. He is attacking the ...

    Article : 127 words
  29. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS

    During the progress of an automobile contest to-day at Elgin, in Illinois, a grandstand collapsed. Thousands were involved in the ...

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  30. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

    In well-informed Roman Catholic circles it is stated that no new Cardinal is likely to be created in Australia. ...

    Article : 74 words
  31. GARDEN CITIES ASSOCIATION.

    The Garden Cities' Association has decided, in connection with the formation of kindred associations in the five oversea dominions, to ...

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  32. AUSTRALIAN CADETS.

    The Australian cadets at Brighton were entertained to-day by the Duke of Norfolk, at his country seat of Arundel Castle, in Suffolk. They ...

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  33. LOCK-OUT ENDED.

    The Liverpool shipowners have teminated the dockers' lock-out on condition that all the men resume work, otherwise the lock-out will be ...

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  34. ACTION FOR SLANDER.

    the hearing of an action which is rousing considerable interest began in Bloemfontein to-day. The action is brought by Mr. Fraser ...

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  35. BORINGS IN BUCKINGHAM.

    An outburst of fire-damp occurred recently from some borings at Calverton, in Buckinghamshire, and analysis proves that it is coming ...

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  36. DISAPPEARANCE FROM A STEAMER.

    Upon the arrival of the steamer Ulimaroa from New Zealand, via Hobart, yesterday, Captain Wylie reported that Mrs. Anderson, one of ...

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  37. MARINE ENGINEERS.

    At a meeting of marine engineers held to-day in West Hartlepool, it was decided to approach the shipowners and ask for a general ...

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  38. WRECK OF THE FIFESHIRE.

    The Messageries Maritimes liner Adour, which arrived at Marseilles yesterday, picked up the first of the Fifeshire's boats on the evening of ...

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  39. PORTUGUESE PRESIDENT.

    President Fallieres has sent a message of congratulation to Senhor Arriaga on his election to the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic ...

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  40. COMPETITOR INJURED.

    During yesterday's automobile races here Busk, of Chicago, a veteran motorist, was thrown out of his car, which cast a tyre when ...

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  41. MANGLED BY RAILWAY TRAIN.

    On Saturday morning a linesman noticed a man walking down the railway line beyond Harlaston. He warned him of his danger, as a ...

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  42. MIDLAND RAILWAY.

    The Midland Railway Company has given all its employees who remained loyal during the railway strike a week's extra pay in addition ...

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  43. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.

    It is officially announced that an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has occurred in the West Hallam division of Derbyshire. ...

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  44. MANUAL WORKERS.

    Two hundred manual workers in Oxford are meeting daily in Balliol College to study social and economic problems. They are attending ...

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  45. FLOODS IN SWITZERLAND.

    Serious floods have occurred in the valley of the Massino. The torrent destroyed eight farm-houses, and nine persons were killed, and ...

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  46. FAILURE OF BRAKES.

    A motor char-a-banc, carrying thirty-three choristers, was travelling yesterday down a steep hill near Consett, in Durham, when the ...

    Article : 87 words
  47. FRENCH BOND FORGERIES.

    Two arrests have been made here in connection with the forgery of certain French company bonds to the purported face value of £30,000. ...

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  48. WAGES QUESTION.

    Apropos of the wages question the newspapers publish details of the cost of housekeeping to show that groceries and greengroceries ...

    Article : 44 words
  49. MAN'S DISAPPEARANCE EXPLAINED.

    The body of Thomas Wheeler, aged 37, who had been missing from his home at Waterloo for two months, was found on Saturday ...

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  50. HEALTH OF THE POPE.

    The Pope has now completely recovered from his recent illness. He is able to take walks in his garden and to celebrate Mass. ...

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  51. DISASTER IN A CHURCH.

    During a service in a church at Binieff, in Russia, the choir loft collapsed, said a cablegram from Posen yesterday. Eighty-two people were ...

    Article : 74 words
  52. TRADE AND FINANCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 158 words
  53. USE OF MILITARY.

    At a meeting of the Socialist Democratic party held in Trafalgar Square to-day several speakers denounced the Government for having ...

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  54. OPIUM SMUGGLING.

    Several arrests have been made here of persons charged with smuggling opium across the United States frontier. The accused are ...

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  55. DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.

    A terrible tragedy occurred yesterday at the village of Rendel, in Hesse. A farmer named Gunderoch, who had squandered his patrimony ...

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  56. LAWN TENNIS.

    In the contest yesterday for the lawn tennis singles championship of the North of England, Parke beat Dunlop by 6—4, 10—8, 6—1. ...

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  57. SYDNEY STREET ACCIDENT.

    An elderly man, William O'Neil, was crossing Oxford-street last night. He stepped from behind a tramcar and was struck and ...

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  58. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    The list of batting averages for the present season to-day is headed by C. B. Fry with the splendid average of 67,75. Other averages ...

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  59. AERIAL NAVIGATION.

    Mr. Atwood, a well-known American airman, who recently set out from St. Louis to make an aeroplane flight via New York to Boston ...

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  60. UNION STEAMSHIP CO.

    The Maunteanui, a steamer building for the Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, was launched at the Fairfield yards to-day, and ...

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  61. PUBLIC SERVICES.

    Several London newspapers strongly support the suggestion for the formation of a permanent volunteer league to carry on the public ...

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  62. ESCAPE OF A CRIMINAL.

    The notorious Joseph Powelka, who is serving a sentence of 21 years' imprisonment for arson and burglary, escaped from the ...

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  63. DEVELOPMENT ACT.

    The Commissioners under the Development Act have allocated £50,000 a year for the aid of rural industries by means of agricultural ...

    Article : 53 words
  64. CANADIAN WHEAT.

    Unexpected frosts have damaged the wheat crop very seriously in Saskatchewan and Northern Alberta. The anticipation is two ...

    Article : 44 words
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