On Tuesday last a section of the South Wales miners in the lower Rhondda Valley issued a manifesto urging that the present is an ...Article : 296 words
An American aviator named Frisbie fell from the height of 100 feet while giving an exhibition flight yesterday at Norton, in Kansas. His ...Article : 111 words
In the round of county matches that finished yesterday Middlesex beat Surrey by 353 runs. For Middlesex F. A. Tarrant played two ...Article : 88 words
The authorities are taking urgent steps to have Southampton selected as the venue of the trial of Max Schultz, the German who was ...Article : 57 words
A meeting in furtherance of the interests of the Labour Candida 3 for the Kalgborlie seat, Mr. A. E. Green, was held in front of the ...Article : 1,581 words
Some 2500 flax spinners in Belgium have gone out on strike because the master spinners proposed to work their mills short time. ...Article : 35 words
A general strike, said a San Francisco cablegram on the 31st ult., is believed to be imminent on the railway lines that were controlled by ...Article : 143 words
The examining magistrate is daily visiting and interrogating the Britisher who was arrested in Hamburg last March on the charge of ...Article : 51 words
The match between Yorkshire and the Marylebone Cricket Club ended yesterday in a draw. For Yorkshire W. Rhodes made 128 in the ...Article : 74 words
Lieutenant Degrailly ascended on an aeroplane yesterday to the height of 1500 feet near Troyos. His motor exploded, and the aeroplane ...Article : 68 words
Several persons in Barrow, who are strongly suspected of being foreign spies, are being kept under close police surveillance. ...Article : 34 words
The match between Kent and Essex ended yesterday in a victory for Kent by 10 wickets. For Kent James Seymour played a splendid ...Article : 62 words
In consequence of the present spy scare and recent mysterious happenings in the neighbourhood of some magazines, extra precautions ...Article : 66 words
At Charlotte, in North Carolina, a daring young aeronaut named Brown made a balloon ascent from Lakewood Park, a popular pleasure ...Article : 71 words
All action with regard to the threatened general strike of the employees on the Harriman lines has been deferred till Friday, following ...Article : 48 words
For Lancashire Against Hampshire J. Sharp compiled a splendid score of 184 not out. For Staffordshire against the ...Article : 55 words
The Mining Owners' Association has virtually arrived at an agreement to meet representatives of the Miners' Federation and discuss the ...Article : 78 words
The Australian cadets who came to England for the coronation under the command of Major Wynne, left for Australia to-day by the ...Article : 215 words
The Portsmouth "News" states that the strengthening of magazine guards is the outcome of a wager made by a British officer. He bet ...Article : 79 words
Mr. Hicks, a British airman, made an aeroplane flight from Weston-Super-Mare, in Somerset, across the Bristol Channel to Cardiff. He ...Article : 53 words
The German soldiers now going through manoeuvres in the Taunus mountains are suffering severely from lack of water, and the ...Article : 42 words
M. Fourney, a French aviator, made a continuous aeroplane flight of 11 hours in the aerodrome at Bue yesterday. He covered 450 1/2 ...Article : 36 words
M. Cambon, the French ambassador at Berlin, who has just returned from Paris with the Moroccan agreement drafted there, is somewhat ...Article : 57 words
Mabon, or Mr. W. Abraham, Labour M.P. for Rhondda, addressed a meeting of the South Wales miners to-day. He warned them that if ...Article : 140 words
The following were among the passengers who arrived on the goldfields by yesterday's express:—Dr. Jack. Messrs. Hastie. O'Connor ...Article : 346 words
The British Association for the. Advancement of Science will meet at Birmingham in 1913. ...Article : 39 words
In view of the forthcoming Canadian elections on the reciprocity issue, much indignation has been aroused in political circles by the ...Article : 94 words
The Government steamer Strewe was destroyed last night by a boiler , explosion. Her captain and seven men were killed, and two others ...Article : 47 words
The outbreak of Anglophobia in Germany is increasing in violence. Many noisy anti-British meetings were held yesterday in Berlin and ...Article : 92 words
The result of the late transport, Workers' strike is that measurement freights to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney have been raised 2/6 from ...Article : 53 words
Just as the Demothenes was leaving the dock to-day, a messenger brought to Major Wynne a message wherein the Colonial Office stated ...Article : 103 words
The 129 warships of all classes that took part in the naval review at Kiel last Tuesday carried a personnel of 4200 officers and 30,000 ...Article : 38 words
The election for the Ontario constituency of Welland is a contest between two Liberals, one of whom, Mr. Germain, is opposed to the ...Article : 87 words
The celebrations to-day, the anniversary of the capitulation of Sedan during the Franco-Prussisan War of 1870, have greatly excited ...Article : 52 words
The conditions of the new South African mail contract demand quick service, adequate cold storage, and fixed maximum rates for perishable ...Article : 35 words
The dear road riots in the north of France are spreading into Belgium. A mob of 3000 women at Hautmont to-day made a hostile ...Article : 64 words
Judgment has been reserved till November in the Bioemfontein case in which Mr. Fraser, a former school teacher, is suing General Herzog ...Article : 48 words
The Bakers' Exhibition in London was opened yesterday by the Australian High Commissioner, Sir George Reid. In it New South ...Article : 184 words
In view of the possibility of complications over the Morocco crisis the Government is taking every precaution to prevent the sale of ...Article : 65 words
The Appeal Court has affirmed an order made by the lower court directing Frank Gardner to render to Miss Carrie Swain, a well-known ...Article : 132 words
Further serious dear food riots took place yesterday in St. Quentin. The rioters wrecked all the butcher's shops in the town, and ...Article : 95 words
"Jack" Johnson, the boxing champion of the world, will sail in the Orvieto on his visit to Australia. ...Article : 30 words
Senator Clapp, one of the leaders of the Progressive Republicans, in the course of an interview to-day at Longreach, in California, declared ...Article : 134 words
The Foreign Minister, M. de Seloes, yesterday received and conferred with M. Isvolsky and Sir Francis Bertie, the Ambassadors of ...Article : 70 words
A tramcar became derailed to-day and overturned while rounding a sharp curve at Lewisham. One person was killed, and five were seriously and 25 slightly injured. ...Article : 33 words
In Maumee Bay, off Toledo, in Ohio, a freight steamer to-day ran down a launch with a pleasure party of eight on board, and seven of them ...Article : 38 words
The Cabinet met in conference yesterday to consider the serious situation which the dear food riots are creating in the north of France. ...Article : 103 words
Three robbers, one of whom was a negro, yesterday held up the Southern Pacific southward bound express at a point distant about 40 ...Article : 72 words
Hackenschmidt, the Russian, and Gotch, the American wrestler, are ready for the wrestling bout next Monday to decide the world's ...Article : 55 words
A London syndicate has offered £6000 for a match in London between Matt. Wells and the winner of the Wolgast—McFarland fight in ...Article : 36 words
Departures.—Loch Broom, Helig land, for Melbourne. London, Sept. 3. Arrivals.—Otaki, at London ...Article : 36 words
Burman, driving a Bens car, put up a world's record for two miles at the Brighton Beach automobile racks to-day. ...Article : 37 words
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