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  2. GERMAN POLITICS.

    Herr Bassermann, the leader of the National Liberal Party in Germany, in the course of a speech delivered before the Annual Congress at Eisenach, in the ...

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  3. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    Representative G. H. Reid, speaking at the annual free-trade dinner at the Town Hall to-night, said that if power came to his hands he would not rest until the tariff of ...

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  4. AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

    September 1 is observed in most of the states as Labor Day, and is a legal holiday. This year the parades will be more than usually numerous and imposing, and the ...

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  5. WORK IN PARLIAMENT.

    Five Bills were received from the Assembly and read a first time on Thursday afternoon. The Closer Settlement Bill was again considered in committee, and some ...

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  6. PIRIE-STREET CHURCH.

    For nearly half a century the pipe organ in the Pirie-street Methodist Church ranked. amongst the best ecclesiastical instruments in South Australia. Originally it embraced ...

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  7. VICTORIA.

    Arthur Wartman, a well-known music teacher at Prahran, was to-day committed for trial on a charge of criminally assaulting Ethel Kraemer, a girl l8 years of age, ...

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  8. THE COAL STRIKES.

    It is reported in connection with the disastrous coal strike in Pennsylvania that Mr. John Mitchell (president of the Miners' Federation), after having a long interview ...

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  9. MR. A. J. BALFOUR.

    Mr. A. J. Balfour, during the course of a speech delivered at a banquet at the Mansion House, made a touching reference to the debt of gratitude he owed to the ...

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  10. RAILWAY RETRENCHMENT.

    The Government has decided to reduce the mileage on suburban railway lines by 90,000 miles a year. This will make a total reduction of 528,000 miles, which it is ...

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  11. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day the first readings were carried of a number of Bills, including one to reduce Ministers salaries, another to reduce the municipal ...

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  12. THE STRIKE ENDED.

    It is officially announced that the Pennsylvania coal strike has now been ended. ...

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  13. EUROPEAN VINTAGE.

    Messrs. W. & A. Gilbey, the great winegrowers and distillers, of London, who have vineyards at Chateau Loudenne, Medoc, France, estimate that the European ...

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  14. THE BOER GENERALS.

    The announcement that the Emperor William of Germany proposes to confer high decorations upon Mr. St. John Brodrick, British Minister of State for the War ...

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  15. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    Many highly impassioned speeches were delivered in connection with the Education Bill at, a meeting of the National Liberal Federation held in London yesterday, and ...

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  16. THE LABOR PARTY.

    Mr. F. H. Bromley was to-day re-elected leader of the State Labor Party. ...

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  17. THE DANDENONG MURDERERS.

    Preparations are being made to obtain signatures to a petition in favor of the reprieve of Mrs. Sangal, who, with August Tisler, is under sentence of death for the ...

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  18. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.

    Mr. John O'Donnell, Irish Nationalist member for the southern division of County Mayo, has been sent to gaol by the Birr bench of magistrates for three months ...

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  19. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    In the Assembly the debate on the financial statement was proceeded with, and an all-night sitting is promised, with a view to bringing the matter to a close. Mr. ...

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  20. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    Additional signs of the proximity of the prorogation were given in the Assembly on Thursday afternoon. Notice of contingent motions for the suspension of the procedure ...

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  21. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH AFRICA.

    The New Zealand and South African Steamship Company, with a capital of £250,000, has been registered in London. Among the shareholders are the following ...

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  22. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The Treasurer delivered his Budget speech to-night. He estimated the revenue (including a balance of £123,184 from last year) at £4,156,124. The revenue from ...

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  23. THE RABBIT PEST.

    Replying to a deputation to-day the Minister for Lands (Mr. McKenzie) said the only way of getting rid of the rabbit pest was by the introduction among them of some ...

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  24. COLONIAL CONFERENCE.

    Colonel Sir Howard Vincent, representative in the Conservative interest of Sheffield Central in the House of Commons, in an address to the members of the National ...

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  25. IRISH LAND LAWS.

    Mr. George Wyndham (Chief Secretary for Ireland), speaking at Bolton, declared that the Irish Land Bill would be the principal measure during the next session of ...

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  26. AN EMBEZZLER PUNISHED.

    At Hamilton to-day Patrick James ' Cummins was found guilty on several charges of embezzlement of the moneys of the Kowree Shire Council. The accused ...

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  27. MACEDONIAN TROUBLES.

    The Government of Bulgaria have decided to suppress the Macedonian Committee, which has been located in Bulgarian territory for some months and which has been ...

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  28. THE KING.

    His, Majesty the King is at present at Newmarket, where he is attending the second October race meeting. ...

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  29. SHOCKING MINING ACCIDENT

    The New Chum and Victoria mine, at Bendigo, was the scene of a shocking accident to-day, by which a miner, Christopher Collins, was killed instantaneously. ...

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  30. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Sir J. Gordon Sprigg, Premier of Cape Colony, has completed arrangements for a Customs Conference of all the South African States, which will meet in January ...

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  31. LORD HOPETOUN.

    A movement is in progress in Scotland to present the Marquis ot Hopetoun with an oil painting of himself as a mark of appreciation for the services rendered to the ...

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  32. QUEENSLAND.

    A telegram received from Chareville today states, that news had been received that three inches of rain fell at Oakwood station and two inches at Oakpark, in storms, on ...

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  33. TURKISH ATROCITIES.

    Intelligence has been received that 609 Macedonian women and children, who have crossed over the Bulgarian frontier, report that the Turkish troops have destroyed ...

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  34. COLOMBIAN CIVIL WAR.

    The "Frankfurter Zeitung" publishes a cable from Bogota, the capital of the Republic of Colombia, to the effect that General Fernandez, the rebel leader, after capturing ...

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  35. "AN INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT."

    Five-hundred French miners, who had struck work with the object of securing better pay and shorter hours, on Tuesday attacked a number of Belgians who were on ...

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  36. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Titus arrived at Norfolk Island from the islands last night, and sailed for Sydney this afternoon. Captain Todd and five members of the crew of the wrecked ...

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  37. POLITICAL AMENITIES.

    Among a deputation which, waited upon Mr. Foxton to-day was Mr. F. McDonnell, a member of the Assembly. Mr. Foxton declined to receive the deputation in ...

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  38. CHINESE AFFAIRS.

    The Chinese officials are complaining bitterly that the Russians before yielding up the railway-line from Shan-hai-kwan to Newchwang removed everything portable, ...

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  39. PLAGUE AT BUNDABERG.

    A Chinese plague patient died at Bundaberg to-day. ...

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  40. LORD MILNER.

    Continuous accounts are being received in Pretoria concerning the gratifying results which are following the tour of Viscount Milner through the Transvaal and ...

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  41. AN EARTHQUAKE SHOCK

    A distinct shock of earthquake was felt at Adaminaby about ten minutes past 9 o'clock last night. ...

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  42. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The Government have placed a sum of £250 on the Estimates for the purpose of erecting a monument to the late Premier (Mr. G. Leake). ...

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  43. "THE CRIME OF BEING OLD."

    A dead body which was washed up on Coogee beach has been identified, as that of Thomas Viedeman, a plumber and gasfitter, lately residing at Surry Hills. A note found ...

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  44. AUSTRALIAN MORTGAGE COMPANY.

    Shares in the Australian Mortgage Company are now quoted at £2 10/. The directors of the company have decided to dispense with the usual interim dividend, in ...

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  45. MR. REID TO VISIT THE WEST.

    Mr. G. H. Reid has accepted the invitation of the Premier to visit West Australia with a party from the Federal Parliament. Mr. Reid savs he is proud of the great ...

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  46. AMERICAN JOCKEYS.

    The French Jockey Club have withdrawn the licenses of the American jockeys John Reiff and Milton Henry, having found them guilty of complicity in dishonest practices. ...

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  47. DANISH WEST INDIES.

    The Denmark Landsthing, or Upper House; has passed the first reading of the Bill authorising the sale of the Danish West Indian Islands to the United States of ...

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  48. SIR JOHN FORREST.

    Sir John Forrest has telegraphed that he will return to West Australia at the end of the year to spend Christmas there. ...

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  49. A STREET "PUSH."

    Eleven young men, belonging to the Leake-street "push"' at Fremantle, were today charged with having assaulted William Stowe on September 20. Stowe is still ...

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  50. BOLTON HALL DESTROYED

    Bolton Hall, Leyburn, Yorkshire, the country seat of Lord Bolton, has been destroyed by fire. Strenuous efforts were made to rescue the ...

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  51. NEW ZEALAND.

    It is stated that the New Zealand and South African Steamship Company is in reality a cornbination of the Federal Steamship Company and Houlder Brothers. These ...

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  52. RACING IN ENGLAND.

    The Cesarewitch. Stakes, a handicap of 25 sovs. each, with 500 sovs. added, two miles and two furlongs, was run at the Newmarket Second October meeting to-day, the ...

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  53. ART AND INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

    There was a large attendance at the Victoria Hall on Thursday, when the arts and industrial competitions exhibition was continued. During the evening a musical ...

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  54. A BIG LIBEL ACTION.

    The Rev. F. J. Price (rector of St. Albans Church, Perth) has issued a writ claiming £2,000 damages from the "Sunday Times" in connection with accusations made by that ...

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  55. A SHIP'S OFFICER IN TROUBLE.

    The Marine Court to-day investigated the stranding of the steamer Werfa on Bellambi reef on October 2. and found that the stranding was caused by the wrongful act ...

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  56. DEATH OF MR. C. J. CAMPBELL.

    Mr. C. J. Campbell (manager of the firm of Lionel Samson & Co., Fremantle) died this morning, aged 52. The deceased was a native of Adelaide, where he was formerly ...

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  58. TASMANIA.

    Splendid weather was experienced for today's show. Mr. L. S. Smith (solicitor) while riding Cyprus, fell and sustained concussion of the brain, a broken collarbone, ...

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  59. AMERICAN WHEAT.

    The visible supply of American wheat is 47,961,000 bushels, as against 43,217,000 bushels a week ago. ...

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  61. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    The present quotations for copper, are:— On spot, £52 5/ per ton, at three months £52 10/ per ton. ...

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  62. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS.

    The Legislative Council by a majority of six has agreed to affirm the principle that payment of members should be abolished. ...

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  64. THE REFORM MOVEMENT.

    At a meeting of the executive of the Reform League it was decided to ask the secretary of the Victorian, reform movement to visit Tasmania. ...

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  65. HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM.

    If you hit your thumb with a hammer, would you swallow a lot of medicine to ease it? Not on your life. You would wrap it up with some soothing, healing remedy like ...

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