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  2. LABOR TROUBLES.

    The French Miners' Congress has had under discussion a resolution in favor of a general strike for shorter hours and higher wages. The resolution was adopted by a ...

    Article : 115 words
  3. THE BOER MANIFESTO.

    Many of the English newspapers interpret the manifesto recently issued by the Boer generals in regard to the condition of the burghers in South Africa as an ...

    Article : 278 words
  4. POINTS ABOUT THE CHURCH CONGRESS.

    The Church Congress commences its business to-day. The Rev. E. S. Hughes is frequently termed the "Father Dolling" of Australia. ...

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  5. PERSONAL.

    Sir Richard Baker, President of the Federal Senate, and Sir Frederick Holder, Speaker of the House of Representatives, were present at the Lieutenant-Governor' ...

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  6. MR, TOM MANN.

    Mr. Tom Mann, the well-known English Labor leader, who has just concluded a lecturing tour in New Zealand, arrived in Melbourne to-day by the Westralia. He was ...

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  7. DEATH OF ZOLA.

    The death, at the age of 62, is announced of M. Emile Zola, the famous French novelist, from accidental asphyxiation. On the death of his father, Zola, then in ...

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  8. MACEDONIA.

    The disaffection towards Turkish rule which has been of long standing among the Bulgarian inhabitants of Macedonia, has culminated in a rising on the part of all the ...

    Article : 121 words
  9. VICTORIA.

    William Vincent Robb (caterer), who carried on business in Bourke-street, was found to-day by his wife in a dying state in bed with a bottle of poison beside him. ...

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  10. ALLEGED CRIMINAL ASSAULT.

    Albert Miller, a colored man, was charged at the City Court to-day with inflicting grievous bodily harm on a middle-aged woman, Kate Tracey. The woman states that she ...

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  11. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

    President Roosevelt's condition since his operation for an abscess below the right knee, arising from a bruise received in the accident near Pittsfield, Massachusetts, on ...

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  12. SMUGGLED HIMSELF ASHORE.

    Notwithstanding the stringent provisions of the Alien Immigration Restriction Act it apears to be now casier than ever for Chinamen to enter Australia. Ah Fow (assistant ...

    Article : 90 words
  13. MORE SWIMMING RECORDS

    R. Cavill, the New South Wales swimmer, beat D. Billington, of Bacup, in a 300 yards' contest, the distance being completed in 3 min. 34 3-5th sec. E. C. V. Lane, also of ...

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  14. PRESSMAN VERSUS P0L1TICIAN.

    The suit by Francis Fox, of the "Age," against W. Artnur Trenwith, one of the members of the Legislative Assembly for Richmond, and an ex-Minister of Railways, ...

    Article : 274 words
  15. THE TOBACCO WAR.

    The Imperial Tobacco Company, a combination, of British manufacturers, formed to resist the invasion of the English market by the great American Tobacco Trust, ...

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  16. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    Mr. Harris, a district councillor and hon. secretary of the East Limerick Executive League, has been sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard labor for ...

    Article : 63 words
  17. THE BOER FUNDS.

    The "Times" correspondent at Cape Town reports that the local Boer funds amount to £62.778, a large portion being devoted to the maintenance of tlie prisoners of war. ...

    Article : 215 words
  18. MURRAY WATERS COMMISSION.

    The Murray Waters Inter-State Commission took evidence to-day regarding the allotment of the waters of the Murray River basin, and their distribution for ...

    Article : 378 words
  19. THE BAGDAD RAILWAY.

    The Russian newspapers are urging the Government of St. Petersburg to take measures to exact compensation, monetary or territorial, from Turkey for the injury ...

    Article : 69 words
  20. THE SAVINGS BANK.

    Mr. William Robertson (chief property in spector of the Savings Bank) was farewelled to-day by his fellow-officers, after 47 years' service. Captain Currie (chairman of ...

    Article : 79 words
  21. THE P. & 0.COMPANY.

    The "Shipping Gazette" states that it has reason to believe that the Peninsular and Oriental S.N. Company will shortly make Southampton, instead of London, its ...

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  22. MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC LIGHTING.

    The transference of the electric lighting system of Melbourne from the Electric Lighting and Traction Company of Australia to the City Council has now been ...

    Article : 202 words
  23. THE NAVY LEAGUE.

    The "Times," referring to the unofficial journey to Canada and Australia on which Mr. H. Wyatt, the envoy of the Imperial Navy League, ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. CHINESE AFFAIRS.

    Arrangements for the transfer of the Shan-hai-kwan-Pekin railway by Russia to China have now been made, and the foreign Ambassadors in Pekin have been ...

    Article : 60 words
  25. THE SICILIAN FLOODS.

    The terrible storms of wind and rain in Sicily have done immense damage in the province of Syracuse, where it is estimated that the monetary loss exceeds £200,000. ...

    Article : 116 words
  26. FRANCE AND ITALY.

    It is announced from St. Petersburg that the recent utterances of M. Camille Pelletan and General Andrew, the French Ministers of Marine and War respectively, in ...

    Article : 83 words
  27. SHIPKA CELEBRATIONS.

    The Grand Duke Nicholas, Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, and General Ignatieff participated in the Shipka celebrations on Saturday, and the Metropolitan Shahazagora ...

    Article : 82 words
  28. A SOLDIER'S MEMORIAL.

    In connection with the proposal for the erection of a monument to the memory of the members of the Victorian Fifth Contingent, Major-Geueral Hutton bas written ...

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  29. A CENTENARIAN.

    An old mining celebrity of the Adelong district (Mr. Win. Williams) died yesterday at the ripe age of 102 years. The deceased was born in Wales on May 3, 1800, and ...

    Article : 109 words
  30. CHURCH AND STATE IN FRANCE.

    The French Government are resolved to leave no stone unturned in the enforcement of obedience on the part of the military to orders for the compulsory closing of ...

    Article : 133 words
  31. BRITISH SHIPPING.

    The ship-building industry in Great Britain is extremely active at present, especially in Glasgow. During the month of September the engineering yards on the River ...

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  32. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Judgment was delivered to-day by Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson in the Equity Court in the case of the Machine Shearers' Union v. the Australian Workers' Union, on ...

    Article : 210 words
  33. MADAME MELBA'S FATHER.

    Mr. David Mitchell, who returned front Albury last Friday to his home in Richmond, in order to be present at the first concert given by his daughter, Madame ...

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  34. THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS

    In connection with the general elections a manifesto was issued by the public service to-day, in which it is declared that there is no alliance between the Civil servants ...

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  35. MARITIME CONFERENCE.

    The International Conference on Maritime Affairs, which is now sitting at Hamburg, has adopted the draft of a treaty, the object of which is to secure a uniform ...

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  36. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    Messrs. Dal[?]ty & Co. have received the following cable from their London house, dated September 20:—"Market very firm, and prices are higher, especially for good ...

    Article : 73 words
  37. QUEENSLAND.

    Mr. Justice Power to-day at Rockhampton refused an application by the Crown to be furnished with the names and addresses of the Kenniffs' two witnesses, who, ...

    Article : 92 words
  38. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    It is officially announced that Alexandria is infected with Asiatic cholera. Several deaths have already occurred. The body of Edward Jellinck, a clerk at ...

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  39. SCARLET FEVER.

    The use of the "serum" cure for scarlatina in Vienna has greatly reduced the mortality from that disease in the hospitals of the city. ...

    Article : 141 words
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  41. FEDERAL AFFAIRS

    James Oaten, of Lonsdale-street, was fined £6 and costs to-day because one of his clerks, in making a Customs entry, described saddlery felt as "felt sheathing." ...

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  42. A STRANDED STEAMER REFLOATED.

    The steamer Duke of Sutherland, which has been ashore on Lizard Island, in Torres Straits, was floated off last night. The vessel was making very little water, and will ...

    Article : 40 words
  43. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    Silver is quoted at 1/11 11-16 per oz. ...

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  44. ALLEGED MURDER OF ABORIGINALS.

    A Thursday Island telegram stales that the Commissioner of Police commenced a magisterial enqury on September 16 at the Moreton telegraph, station, into the alleged ...

    Article : 142 words
  45. A COSTLY COUGH.

    The uneared-for cough. The cough you let go on, hoping it will cure itself is the costly cough. Take care ot your cough now. ...

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  46. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

    Cavendish Chambers, 10.30—Meeting Goldea Zone G.M. Co. AFTERNOON. Pirie Chambers, 12.30—Meeting Boulder North ...

    Article : 59 words
  47. TASMANIA.

    The charge preferred against Bissell and Gatt of stealing a safe and money from the Glenorchy railway-station resulted in the former being committed for trial and the ...

    Article : 46 words
  48. MORE EXTRAVAGANCE.

    It has transpired that the New South Wales members of the Cabinet are having a specially-designed and elaborate fireplace, which is to cost over £100, built for one ...

    Article : 67 words
  49. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT CASE.

    We are informed that the man arrested by Constable Cogle, and who is proceeding to Sydney by the Areadia, has not been arrested at the instance of the ...

    Article : 114 words
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  51. NEW ZEALAND.

    G. L. Jessop, the well-known crickete[?], will take a team of association footballers to New Zealand in 1904. It is understood that the lowest tender ...

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  54. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 194 words
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