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  2. INTERNATIONAL CABLES.

    At a meeting of Mahommedans, held in London, the chairman referred to Great Britain's decision to police trade routes in South Persia. He said the Mussulmen of ...

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  3. [?] SUPREMACY.

    [?]Warcham last [?] [?] Civil Lord of the Ad[?] that the fluctuating paine re[?] sary would collase upon the ...

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  4. INTERNATIONAL CABLES.

    The Crown Prince William of Germany has started on his Eastern tour. His Imperial Highness will be accompanied as far as Ceylon by the Crown Princess. ...

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  5. COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT.

    Senator M'GREGOR, in reply to Senator Walker, said that a[?] communication had been sent by the Government to the Secretary for the Colonies upon the subject of ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    Mrs. Catford will not be "at home" today nor until April next year. Mrs. H. A. N. Hall, "Sydare," Wattle-street, will not be "at home" to-day. ...

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  7. THE WARSHIP MAINE.

    The divers are now at work in Manila Harbor attempting to raise the American warship Maine, which was sunk some years ago by an explosion, with awful loss of ...

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  8. COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

    Representatives of the Council of Agricultural Education, accompanied by Mr. Duffus, Secretary for Agriculture, recently paid a visit to the Hawkesbury College ...

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  9. GERMAN ESTIMATES.

    t[?] o-day [?] [?] for 1910-1911 were intro[?] for an expenditure of [?] which is by far the greatest ...

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  10. THE BRITISH CABINET.

    "The Times" anticipates that Viscount Morley will remain in the Cabinet when he relinquishes the porfolio as Secretary of State for India. ...

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  11. ROMANCE IN SHARES.

    How a miner parted with his shares in the Central Blue Company's mine, and how a cycle agent became possessed of them, forms something of a romance, in view ...

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  12. BRITISH AERIAL FLEET.

    Great Britain will shortly have a formidable aerial fleet ready for service. Early in 1911 the first British aerial fleet will be placed in commission. It will comprise ...

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  13. BILLIARDS.

    Reece has challenged Stevenson for the billiard championship. Gray, the young Australian, did not enter. The match between Nelson and Gray, the ...

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  14. GERMAN SCHOLAR'S THEFTS.

    A great sensation has been created iu Saxony by the arrest of an eminent German scholar named Weindler for stealing books and pictures from the Royal Library ...

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  15. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    The Constitution Amendment Bill, giving the Commonwealth power to nationlise monopolies, was read a third time by 38 votes to 20. ...

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  16. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The conference between the Liberal and Unionist leaders on the subject of the Lords' veto, sat again yesterday. The meeting lasted two hours. ...

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  17. [?] AS NAVAL POWER.

    [?] [?]vation of small impor[?] [?] but invested with [?] the reason which prompted [?] ...

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  18. INTER-STATE TELEGRAMS.

    At the Belmore railway station last nignt when two constables attempted to arrest a man who was wanted on a charge of having committed an assault on another man ...

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  19. MISS FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

    It has transpired that Miss Florence Nightingale bequeathed her body for dissection. ...

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  20. EXCISE DUTIES IN IRELAND.

    The Department of Inland Revenue has virtually cancelled the form introduced in connection with the excise duties scheduled in the Budget, whereby Irish publicans are ...

    Article : 112 words
  21. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    The coroner to-day inquired into the circumstances surrounding the death of Roy [?] George Tate, aged 15, who was found shot in a train at Moreland on 25th October. ...

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  22. EARTHQUAKES.

    A sharp earthquake shock was felt to-day at the [?]cilly Isles, a group off the south west coast of England. The shock alarmed the inhabitants of the Isles, but no ...

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  23. [?] POLITICAL CRISIS

    [?] arising out of the [?] is the question, of the hour [?] [?] meeting this morning M. ...

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  24. BENEFIT SOCIETY AND DOCTORS

    The local doctors recently ignored the Geelong Mutual Sick Benefit Society's call for doctors at 16/ per member. its four existing officers holding out for £1. The ...

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  25. OBITUARY.

    The death, is announced of Mr. Melton Prior, the famous war artist and correspondent of the "Illustrated London News." [Mr. Melton Prior had a remarkable ...

    Article : 174 words
  26. GOVERNMENT QUARTZ CRUSHING MILLS.

    The Minister of Mines (Mr. Edden) is considering the question of establishing Government quartz crushing wills for the benefit of miners working on practically ...

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  27. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The by-election for the Walthamstow division of Essex was held to-day. It was rendered necessary by Mr. J. A. Simon, K.C., becoming Solicitor-General in ...

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  28. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT

    Mr. Verran, the Premier, stilted in the Assembly to-day that the Government intended to pass all the measures on the notice paper before Parliament prorogued, ...

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  29. DEATH FROM POISONING.

    The coroner to-day returned a verdict of death from strychnine poisoning in connecttion with the death of Gertrude Elizabeth Mackrell, a single woman, aged 27 ...

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  30. LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION.

    The annual Grand Lodge dinner of the loyal Orange Institution of Victoria was held at the Masonic Hall to-night, Bro. Abbey, the District Grand Master, ...

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  31. EAGLEHAWK.

    The weekly meeting of the West Methodist Debating Society was held on Monday evening. Mr. G. Hudson presided over a good attendance of members. ...

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  32. [?]AFRICAN UNION.

    [?] ceremony was car[?] House to-day. [?] of Connaught conier[?] [?] of St. Michael and ...

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  33. OBITUARY.

    Miss Emily Jane Glass, eldest sister of Mr. Thomas Glass, M.L.A., died somewhat suddenly in the Bendigo Hospital yesterday afternoon. For nearly a year Miss Glass ...

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  34. EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND

    Statistics published by the Agent-General for Queensland show that between the 1st January and 31st October this year no less than 6003 emigrants were sent under ...

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  35. FORMER SYDNEY CLERGYMAN.

    The death has occurred. of the Rev. William Cutherbertson, formerly of the Pittstreet church, Sydney. ...

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  36. A FATAL FALL.

    The coroner also inquired into the cause of the death of William Miller, aged 55, which occurred in the Melbourne Hospital on 31st October. The evidence showed that ...

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  37. GENERAL NEWS

    Mrs. Carew, who was sentenced to a term of imprisonment by the Hong Kong courts in 1897 for poisoning her husband, has been released from Aylesbury gaol. ...

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  38. THE CHURCH IN WALES.

    The report of the Royal Commission on the Church of England in Wales is reviewed in a different spirit according to the point of view. Members of the Anglican ...

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  39. BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY CO.

    The Bullfinch Proprietary G.M. Company. Western Australia, has been formed with a capital of £500,000. Then has been no public issue. ...

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  40. THE MOTOR CAR IN WAR.

    At the last Cape Autcrmobile Club dinner, Gen. Scobell made a very [?]teresting speech on the use of motor traction in time of war, but when war does treat out (from ...

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  41. [?] AND MR. FOAVLDS.

    [?] the Medical Cougress, [?] by the Duke of Con[?] Mr. Fisher, Prime [?] and Mr. George ...

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  42. MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED.

    A man named Ernest Gunter, resding at Napier-street, Fitzroy, was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital to-night suffering a large cut on the head and a knife ...

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  43. REDUCTION OP CABLE RATES.

    The British Post Office has called a conference to assemble on 11th November, of the various cable companies and Government interested, to settle details for a ...

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  44. TRADES HALL COUNCIL.

    At the weekly meeting of the Trades Hall Council to-night it was decided that a deputation should wait on Die Minister of Labor (Mr. Murray), and urge upon him ...

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  45. MELBOURNE.

    Just when the city was crowded with business people who were leaving their labors at 5 o'clock this afternoon, a fire was discovered in the warehouse of Messrs. ...

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  46. ENGLISH MACHINERY.

    As a result of the Auplo-Japanese Exhibition, which has been held at Shepherd's Bush, £60,000 worth of Japanese goods have been sold. The Japanese Commissioner ...

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  47. [?] IN SOUTH WALES.

    [?] in South Wales con[?] [?] occurred yesterday [?] [?] the Powell Duffryn ...

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  48. NEW WAR TERROR.

    As lovers of peace, says "Vanity Fair." we welcome any improvements in the weapons of war, for it is not till war becomes frankly; impossible that universal peace will be assured ...

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  49. ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

    The current programme of Taits pictures was screened before a fair audience last evening. The films are especially fine throughont, making one of the best series ...

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  50. STATE INVALID INSURANCE.

    The Government proposals for State invalid insurance have caused some disquietude among the friendly societies. Replying to representations made on behalf ...

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  51. [?] TO THE MINERS

    [?] member for the [?] of Clamorgan, and Mr. [?] laber member for Wolver[?] [?] to the South Wales ...

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  52. MOONEE PONDS ROBBERY.

    During last night the tailoring establishmont of E. J. Taylor, in Mount Alexander-road, Moonee Ponds, was entered [?]y thieves and stock valued at £200 stolen. ...

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  54. HOTEL ASSESSMENTS.

    The leading brewers of Burton-on-[?] have decided to withhold payment of rates pending the decision of the various appeals in connection with claims for a reduction ...

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  55. [?]ESTY'S THEATRE.

    [?] which fell last night no [?] took place at His [?] Theatre. A specially [?] will be submitted ...

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  57. BALLARAT.

    Mr, Albert Smith, the well-known confectioner, of Bridge-street, who met with an accident in Lydiard-street several months ago, and remained unconscious for some ...

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  58. ICE BOARD DETERMINATION.

    The[?] board has forwarded to Mr. Murray its determination. The lowest prices on rates for general hands, including persons employed in freezing chambers for ...

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  59. A ROAD BLOCKED UP.

    Sir,—I would like to know when the Marong Shire Council intends to make the north and south road on the eastern side of the shire water reserve at Ncilborough ...

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  60. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.

    The Drapers' Company of London [?] the beginning of last month offered to Cambridge University the sum of £23.000 for the establishing of a physiological ...

    Article : 52 words
  61. [?] THEATRE.

    [?] pictures at the Lyceum [?] Mall, last night were well [?] the inclemency of the [?] the series of pictures ...

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