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  2. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Recently the "Daily Mail" sent a special commissioner to Ulster to investigate the report that the Ulster Unionist Council was spending large sums of money ...

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  3. TO THE SOUTH.

    Dr. Douglas Mawson returned from Sydney on Thursday morning. He will remain in Adelaide before leaving for Europe, where he has to make final ...

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  4. ANARCHY IN JAPAN.

    Sentences were publicly pronounced yesterday on a number of Socialists who were tried secretly in connection with the plot against the life of the Mikado. Members ...

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  5. INDUSTRIAL WAR.

    The conference between the masters and compositors in the printing trade on the question of hours of work was resumed in London yesterday, birt again proved ...

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  6. MURRAY WATERS.

    The conference between representatives of Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia upon the Murray waters question was opened in the Premier's office to-day. ...

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  7. LONDON ANARCHISTS.

    The inquest was resumed yesterday in respect to the death of Jacob Fogel, aged 22. and the foreigner, Fritz, whose bodies were both burnt when the building at the ...

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  8. THE WARATAH.

    The London correspondent of the Melbourne "Argus," under date of December 23, gives an interesting account of the opening stages of the enquiry concerning ...

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  9. THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CONFEEENCE.

    The Roman Catholic Education Golf ferenee to-day discussed and approved of a set of resolutions relating to secondary education. These provided:— ...

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  10. INTERNATIONAL QUESTIONS.

    An influential meeting of persons interested in establishing better relations between England and Germany was held at Westminster yesterday, and brought into ...

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  11. SYDNEY FIRE BRIGADES TROUBLE.

    Acting Judge Edmonds, acting as Royal Commission, to-dav began an enquiry into the purposes lo which public and other funds have been devoted by the ...

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  12. FRANCE IN MOROCCO.

    Information has been received from the French Commander at Casablanca, a port on the west coast of Morocco, that the natives formed an ambush and surprised ...

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  13. THE FIREWOOD STRIKE.

    'A hitch has arisen in the negotiations for the appointment of Mr. C. E. Frazer, M.H.R. (Hon. Federal Minister), to act as arbitrator in & settlement of the ...

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  14. BRITISH HOME FLEET.

    Vice—Admiral. Sir Francis C. B. Bridgeman, one of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, has been appointed to succeed Admiral Sir Wuiiam Henry May as ...

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  15. SPAIN AND MOROCCO.

    It is announced that the Government propose to construct a tarbor at Melilla, one of the Spanish Presidios cn the north coast of Morocco, at a cost of £800,000. ...

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  16. IMMUNITY OF SHIPPNG.

    The Manchester "Guardian" states that in consequence of the receipt of an intimation from the Commonwealth Government that it desires that one of the subjects for ...

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  17. FRENCH TRADE.

    A return has been issued giving details of the French trade during 1910. This shows that the imports increased by £20,500,000, and the exports by £11,500,000. ...

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  18. FOUR MONTHS IN A WASH-HOUSE.

    Acting upon an anonymous letter, the police to-day went to a house at St. Kilda, and there found lying in a wash-house an old bedridden woman, named Ellen ...

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  19. MADAME MELBA.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Paris correspondent cables that Madame Melba, the Australian prima donna, was recently the victim of a severe attack of influenza from ...

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  20. THE INDUSTRIAL PROBLEM.

    Responding to a toast at a Bocial of the Fremantle Lumpers' Union Jast night, held for the purpose of commemorating the signing of the new industrial agreement ...

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  21. SILENCE IS GOLDEN.

    The case in which Mrs. Horace West claimed damages from her father-in-law, Sir Algernon West, for uttering slanders which caused her exclusion from Court ...

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  22. GREAT SCIENTIST DEAD.

    The death occurred yesterday of Sir Francis Galton, F.R.S.. a grandson of Dr. Erasmus Darwin, at the age of 88. Sir Francis, who,was born on February ...

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  23. THE CORONATION.

    A correspondent's suggestion has been submitted to King George, urging him to utilise the gramophone for the purpose of delivering a message to the people on the ...

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  24. PUGILISM.

    The fight between Carran and W. Lang, the Australian, at the National Sporting Club last night, was of a most unsatisfactory character. ...

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  25. REVOLT IN AEABIA.

    It is officially announced that the Government propose to Send 30 battalions of infantry, with a considerable artillery force, to Yemen, with orders finally to crush the ...

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  26. THE UNITED STATES.

    The heavy rains which have been experienced lately have caused disastrous floods in the state of Oregon. SEIZURE OF OPIUM. ...

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  27. A FLYING MAN.

    Mr. Eugene Ely made a successtul flight at San Francisco yesterday from the short to a vessel at sea. He landed on the deck. of a warship in the harbor. ...

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  28. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Assembly last night passed the Tambellup to Ongerup and Wickepin to Merredin Railway Bills and completed the Estimates. ...

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  29. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    There was an active sale at the London wool auctions yesterday. Home buyers were operatinr keenly at the opening rates. The following prices were made by the, ...

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  30. A SHIPPING APPEAL.

    The Lord Chief Justice (Lord Alverstone), Mr. Justice Hamilton, and Mr. Justice Avery sat in the King's Bench Division yesterday to hear the appeal of Captain ...

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  31. CARGO WASHED UP.

    Yesterday several packages marked "Melbourne" and "Sydney" came ashore near Van Dyssel. It is uncertain whether the goods are from the steamer ...

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  32. CHEAPER CABLES.

    Mr. R. Lemieux, Postmaster General, announced in the Dominion House of Commons yesterday that negotiations- regarding a reduction in cable rates between ...

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  33. IMPERIAL TRADE MAEK

    At a meeting yesterday under the auspices of the Imperial Industries Club the problem of introducing an Empire trade mark was discussed. The speakers ...

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  34. HUSBAND KILLED BY HIS WIFE.

    The trial of Frau Herberich for the murder of her husband in April last was commenced yesterday at Nuremberg, in Bavaria. The accused, who was eight years ...

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  35. MENDICANTS IN MELBOURNE.

    The Lord Mayor stated to-day that he had taken action to have the streets cleared of all people begging, whether they were blind or could see, were halt or could ...

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  36. BILLIAEDS.

    The match of 9,000 up, in which George Gray, the Australian, is conceding Duncan 2,000 points, was continued yesterday. Duncan displayed better form, scoring J07 ...

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  37. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Wheat.—The visible supply of American Wheat is 76.406,000 bushels, as against 77,468,000 bushels last week. Metals. ...

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  38. RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

    Telegrams containing news of two serious railway accidents were received yesterday by the Railways Commissioner. The most disastrous occurred on Thursday ...

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  39. CANADIAN TRAIN SMASH.

    A serious railway accident occurred yesterday to a train belonging to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company on the Open Sound branch, which resulted in sixteen ...

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  40. GEEMAN SUBMARINE DISASTEE.

    Further particulars concerning the sinking of the submarine torpedo boat U2 show that a defect in the apparatus for supplying the submerged crew with oxygen rendered ...

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  41. BUSSING AT LLOYD'S."

    The barque Dunearn, 1,533 tons, which left Newcastle (New South Wales) for Valparaiso on July 16, has been posted as "missing at Lloyd's." ...

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  42. ALLEGED INCENDIARISM

    Frpderick Michael, in whose shop in Swan-street, Richmond, the gas pipes [?] found cut, with, one jet alight, was to-day charged with having attempted to set fire ...

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  43. FINANCIAL NEWS.

    The following are the latest quotations on the London Stock Exchange:- British Brokens, buyers 15/, sellers 16/. Block 10. buyers 31/3, sellers 33/9. ...

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  45. RECIPROCITY TREATY.

    President Taft is urging the reciprocity commissioners now meeting in Washington to arrange a treaty between Canada and the United States to hasten the work, as he ...

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  46. WHAT CONSTIPATION MEANS.

    Constipation resembles nothing so much as the stopping of the sewerage system of a city and you know the outbreak of disease that would result if this should ...

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  47. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

    Victoria Buildings, Grenfell-street, 2.20—Meeting of Landowners. Evening. Henley Beach, 8—Band Concert. ...

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  48. KIDNEY TROUBLES AND GRAVEL.

    "I suffered for years from kidney tronbles, gravel, and a terrible pain in the side." writes Mrs. L. Hamilton, 11, Lewisstreet, off Halifax-street. South Adelaide, ...

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