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  2. LIBERAL UNION.

    The meeting of delegates of the Liberal union, opened in the Adelaide Town Hall on Thursday morning, was continued on Friday, when varions matters on the ...

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  3. GERMANY AND FRANCE

    Apropos of the conflicting accounts prevalent regarding the progress of the negotiations of France and Germany over Morocco, the "Times" remarks that ...

    Article : 404 words
  4. COURT SECRETS.

    In the sensational volume of memoirs of Court life in Europe, just published by the Archduchess Louise of Austria, who is the divorced wife of the ...

    Article : 485 words
  5. THE DEMANDS OP LABOR.

    The Royal Commission enquiring concerning the recent railway strike continued its sittings yesterday, when the case for the companies was opened. ...

    Article : 358 words
  6. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governior-General and Lady Denman, accompanied by Miss Quirke and attended by Mr. Vernon, Captain Stewart Richardson, and Captain ...

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  7. M. STOLYPIN.

    A dastardly attempt was made yesterday to assassinate M. Stolypin, Prime Minister of Russia, in the presence of the Czar. During a gala performance at Kieff, ...

    Article : 141 words
  8. THE EAST MELBOURNE MYSTERY.

    Samuel Peacock, medical practitioner, appeared before the City Court to-day on a charge of having between August 17 and August 29, 1911. felonious'y and maliciously ...

    Article : 512 words
  9. RAIN AND SNOW.

    The beisterous winds on Friday night brought refreshing, rains to the whole of the agricultural districts of the State. The night was bitterly cold in the city, and in many ...

    Article : 871 words
  10. AUSTRALIA'S PROSPERITY.

    In his presidential address at the fourth annual meeting of the Australasian Corporation of Public Accoutants, held in Adelaide on Friday, Mr. T. Brentnall, of ...

    Article : 918 words
  11. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Several South African newspapers aro advocating the creation of a fleet of Staceowned mailboats, which, in time of war could be converted into fast cruisers. This ...

    Article : 177 words
  12. STOPPING A FIGHT.

    In view of tho strong objections taken to the forthcoming fight between Wolgast and McFarland in Milwaukee, a conference between the officials of the Sporting Club and ...

    Article : 210 words
  13. THE SENATE'S GRIEVANCES..

    In the Senate to-day the Vice-Presiden[?] of the Executive Council (Senator MeGregor) moved that the House at its rising adjourn till October 4. ("Oh.") ...

    Article : 565 words
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  15. MILITARY OFFICERS.

    In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Page asked if it were correct that at Duntroon the military officers scorned the officers of the Home Affairs Department, ...

    Article : 184 words
  16. FAST GERMAN DREADNOUGHT.

    During the naval manoouvres yesterday the armored cruiser, Von Moltke, of the Dreadnought type, attained a speed of 29½ knots. This is a speed record for vessels ...

    Article : 44 words
  17. FIVE HUNDRED YEARS OLD.

    Lord Rosebery was yesterday installed as rector of St. Andrew's University, which is now celebrating its quincentenary. ...

    Article : 166 words
  18. CHINA.

    The rioters in the province of Sze-Chuan have succeeded in isolating Ching-tu, one of the most important cities in the Empire. The defence of the city is hampered by the ...

    Article : 104 words
  19. LANCASTER TRAGEDY.

    The inquest on the body of James Bingham, keeper of Lancaster Castle, who died a fortnight ago from the effects of arsenical poioning, was concluded yesterday. ...

    Article : 107 words
  20. AN UNHAPPY MARRIAGE.

    The hearing was continued of the case in which Leo Vincent Armati, journalist, petitioned for a divorce from Mabel Alice Armati on the ground of misconduct with ...

    Article : 238 words
  21. WATTLE DAY.

    The Prime Minister has written to the acting hon, secretary of the Wattle, Day League, intimating "that in the amended design of the Commonwealth Coat-of-Arms ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. INDIAN OFFICER KILLED.

    During the progress of some experiments in blowing up stockades, which were being conducted yesterday at Rurki, in the North-West Province, a grenade exploded ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. PERSIAN REVOLT.

    Advices received from Tabriz, in Persia, state that Rakhim khan, who was reported to have been strangled in prison, is not dead. He was, however, subjected ...

    Article : 82 words
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  27. NATIONAL INSURANCE BILL.

    The friendly societies are arranging a series of demonstrations throughout the United Kingdom to protest against the National Insurance Bill. ...

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