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  2. THE LATE SIR FREDERICK HOLDER

    The last [?]ad rites in connection with Sir Frederick Holder, Speaker of the House of Representatives, were carried out in Adelaide on Monday, when the body was ...

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  3. THE TEST MATCH

    The fourth test match, of the season between Australia and England began at Manchester to-day. There has been much discussion regarding the changes that have ...

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  4. STORMS AND SNOW.

    The cold weather of Sunday afternoon and evening was felt by everyone. In the afternoon in particular, when the cessation of rain and the clearing of the sky seemed ...

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  5. ARBITRATION COURT.

    Mr. Justice Higgins, as President of the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Court, to-day resumed the hearing of the case[?] of the Federated Mill, Timber ...

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  6. LAND VALUES TAXATION.

    A demonstration attended by 100,000 people was held in Hyde Park yesterday in favor of the taxation proposals in Mr. Lloyd George's Budget. Sixty members of ...

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  7. THE CZAR'S VISIT.

    In Trafalgar-square yesterday afternoon large crowds assembled to protest against the extension of British hospitality to the Czar of Russia on the occasion of his visit ...

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  8. AN AERIAL FEAT

    M. Bleriot. who yesterday made the flight in his monoplane across the English Channel in 27 minutes, thus winning the "Daily Mail" prize of £1,000, ascended at Les ...

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  9. BENT LAND ENQUIRY.

    The Royal Commission appointed to [?]nquire into tue lind transactions of Sir Thomas Bent when Premier finds that he gained nothing pecuniarily or. personally. ...

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  10. FRENCH POLITICS.

    The Revolutionary Socialists in France have ordered that the cutting of telegraph and telephone wires shall cease until M. Briand, the new Premier and Minister of ...

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  11. THE BRITISH NAVY.

    The Admiralty authorities are meditating the construction of several swift first-class armored cruisers, equipped with the most powerful long-range guns, to strengthen the ...

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  12. THE PRESS CONFERENCE.

    Lord Rosebery has contributed a remarkable preface to a volume designed as a permanent record of the proceedings of the recent Press Conference. Lord Rosebery ...

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  13. DHINGRA'S SENTENCE.

    Mr. W. T. Stead, discussing the punishment of Dhingra, the murderer of Sir William Wyllie, is of the same opinion as many Anglo-Indians in London, that the ...

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  14. THE COTTON INDUSTRY.

    Mr. Macara, the President of the International Cotton Federation, states that six leading European countries have-agreed to introduce the "short time" system in ...

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  15. FIGHTING IN MOROCCO.

    The latest intelligence from Morocco with regard to the hostilities between the Spaniards and the natives, reports that the former have just been engaged in fierce ...

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  16. A PRINCE'S PATRIOTISM.

    The Duke of Connaught, brother of the King. has resigned his office as High Commissioner in the Mediterranean, with headquarters at Malta, on the ground that the ...

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  17. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    Playing for Lancashire against Essex in the match concluded at Leyton on Saturday. R. H. Spooner made 113 runs and J. T. Tyldesley 114 runs. ...

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  18. BISLEY SHOOTING.

    In the National Rifle Association matches at Bisley 250 colonial marksmen competed. The Canadians secured some of the best prizes. ...

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  19. COSTA RICA.

    The New York correspondent of the "Times" reports that, subject to confirmation by the Costa Rican Congress, an agreement has been signed by which the ...

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  20. A DISPUTED WILL.

    The hearing of a contested will case was begun in the First Civil Court to-day. The testatrix was Mrs. Bridget McAuley, late of Traralgon, widow, who died on March ...

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  21. AUSTRALIAN OIL.

    The prospectus of the Commonwealth Oil Company has been published in London. ...

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  22. OPIUM SMUGGLING.

    The statement of Mr. Way Lee, a Chinese merchant in Adelaide, that opium is now smoked as much in that city as before the Federal importation prohibition ...

    Article : 401 words
  23. ENGINEER LIBELLED.

    A Liverpool jury has awaded Mr. Davies, an engineering expert, £3,250 damages against the "Sunday Chronicle" for libel. Mr. Davies was accused of ...

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  24. PETTY THIEVING IN SYDNEY.

    The detectives have arrested William Lancaster, alias "Big Yank," on suspicion of being concerned in robberies from carts standing in the streets, a form of petty ...

    Article : 138 words
  25. SOUTHERN PERSIA.

    In consequence of the attitude of the Kashghai tribesmen, 40 Sepoys, with a Maxim gun, have been landed at Bushire, a port in the Persian Gulf, to reinforce ...

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  26. THE COAL INDUSTEY.

    The ballot taken in Scotland and England on the question whether there should be a national strike of colliers against the proposed general reduction of wages by 6d. ...

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  27. HOTEL BOARDERS IN COURT.

    At the Police Court to-day Patrick Roach and Allen Taylor, two well-dressed men, about 30 years of age, were charged with tbe theft of sundry bottles of liquor, the ...

    Article : 215 words
  28. REMOVING A WRECK.

    The wreck of the steamer Burrawong at the entrance of the Manning River, was blown up to-day. Two tons of gelignite were placed in various parts of the wreck, ...

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  29. THE POWERS IN CRETE.

    The flags of the four protecting Powers and the Cretan flag have been hauled down in Canea, the capital of Crete, and the embarkation of war stores has begun. ...

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  30. A GROCER FINED.

    To-day J. Saundry, a grocer, of 9, Highstreet, Armadale, was charged with selling tomato sauce containing salicylic acid, in contravention of the Pure Foods Act. ...

    Article : 142 words
  31. COLONIALS IN LONDON.

    King Edward and Queen Alexandra, at Buckingham Palace on Saturday, entertained at luncheon the delegates to the Imperial Defence Conference and the ...

    Article : 70 words
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