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  2. FOODSTUFFS IN WAR.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith) has received a letter from the Imperial Maritime League, of which Lieutenant G. D. Mackinnon, R.N., is general secretary, ...

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  3. THE CAUSE OF PEACE.

    With the object of making war impossible, Mr. Keir Hardie, the widely-known Socialist representative for Merthyr Tydfil in the House of Commons, submitted a ...

    Article : 122 words
  4. EATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    The City Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith) conducted an enquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Thomas John Fridy, at the Adelaide Police Court ...

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  5. SEIZED PEARLING VESSELS.

    The Federal Attorney-General's Department is taking steps with a view to vindicating its action in having seixed the two fishing vessels flying the Dutch flag. The ...

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  6. NAVAL EFFICIENCY.

    Dealing with the speech delivered at Pontypool on Wednesday by Mr. MeKenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, in which the speaker enlarged on the value of the ...

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  7. OVERSEA VISITORS.

    Captain J. Boyd-Corpenter last evening gave a banquet in honor of the oversea Ministers in Connaught Rooms. Responding to the toast of the ...

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  8. THE CORONATION.

    Arrangements are almost complete for coping with the immense traffic expected on Thursday next, when hundreds of thousands of people will flock into the ...

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  9. A FLOATING PALACE.

    Notwithstanding the shipping trouble the White Star Company's mammoth steamer Olympic, 45,000 tons, which is the largest vessel afloat, started yesterday on ...

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  10. AUSTRALASIA WOOL TRADE.

    A committee has been formed at Farsley, in Yorkshire, to collect funds for the Marsden Memorial Hall, which it is proposed to erect in connection with the ...

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  11. ILLTREATED PRISONERS.

    The court-martial appointed to try the Marques da Rocha, commander of the garrison of Cobras Island, 25 miles from Rio de Janeiro, which is one of the principal ...

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  12. A STRANGE STORY.

    Remarkable circumstances were alleged in the City Court to-day in connection with a charge against a married couple, William and Adelaide Wilson, of having on April ...

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  13. CLOSER UNITY NEEDED.

    The "Westminster Gazette," in discussing the proposal of Sir Joseph Ward, Prime Minister of New Zealand, for the creation of a permanent ...

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  14. ANOTHER NEW YORK SUBWAY.

    The scheme for connecting the present system of subways in New York so as to join them with the present inter-borough subways and the Belmont tunnel has taken ...

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  15. DUKE OF CONNAUGHT.

    The Duke of Connaught, uncle of the King, who is to succeed Earl Grey as Governor-General of Canada, is expected to arrive in the Dominion on Thursday, ...

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  16. RACING IN ENGLAND.

    The Royal Ascot meeting was continued to-day, the chief event decided being the Royal Hunt Cup, of 2,500 sovs., which resulted as follows:— ...

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  17. CAUGHT IN THE ACT.

    An interesting story is attached to the arrest of a young man, Arthur William Kirk, on a charge of housebreaking. Last night Kirk was accidentally, but effectively, ...

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  18. ELECTION LIBEL.

    Colonel Bromley-Davenport, the defeated candidate for the Leek division of Staffordshire, recently instituted an action in the King's Bench Division of the High Court ...

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  19. FINANCIAL NEWS.

    British Brokens were quoted on the London Stock Exchange yesterday at 28/ buyers and 29/ sellers. ...

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  20. FEDERAL LAND TAX.

    In reviewing the result of the deputation from the London Chamber of Commerce, which waited on Mr. Fisher on Wednesday, to protest against the Federal ...

    Article : 163 words
  21. SEAMEN'S STRIKE.

    The international seamen's strike, which began yesterday at Southampton and Amsterdam, has extended to Shields, one of the Tyne ports, where the seamen are ...

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  22. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

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  23. ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.

    A deputation to-day asked the Home Secretary to grant a remission of the sentence of twelve months passed some time ago on two young men, Price and Costes, ...

    Article : 87 words
  24. VICTORIAN IMMIGRATION.

    Interviewed yesterday regarding the Victorian Government's proposal to offer a rebate of £6 per adult and a proportionate reduction for children on all fares ...

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  25. "A VULGAR SQUABBLE."

    "It is regrettable that two days should have been taken up in investigating a vulgar squabble between two aldermen," was the opening remark of Mr. Justice ...

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  26. AUSTRALIAN STUDENT.

    Mr. S. G. Lusby, who went from Sydney University to the Cavendish laboratory at Cambridge University, with a science research scholarship granted by the ...

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  27. SENSATIONAL PICTURES.

    At a deputation to the Home Secretary to-day reference was made to the harmful effects of sensational pictures exhibited at cinematograph shows. The Minister said ...

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  28. THE SINGAPORE MURDER

    The trial of Mrs. Proudlock, wife of William Proudlock, headmaster of the Victoria Institution at Kuala Lumpur, for the murder of a friend named Steward on ...

    Article : 133 words
  29. CANADA AND AMERICA.

    Senator Porter J. McCumber, who sits for North Dakota, has declared himself against the Americo-Canadian reciprocity Bill. He declares that Canada, with her ...

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  30. IN STORMY SEAS.

    The steamer Manapouri met with exceptionally heavy weather during her voyage from Fiji to Melbourne. On Monday last the storm raged with great fury, and ...

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  31. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    While playing yesterday, two children, twins overturned a beehive, and were attacked by the insects, which inflicted injuries from which the children died. ...

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  32. A SLOW CHINAMAN.

    In the Supreme Court to-day the Chief Justice upheld the appeal of a Chinese, Ah Yap, against the decision of the Perth Police Court in ordering him to prison as a ...

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  33. NATIONAL INSURANCE.

    The hostile policy adopted by the British Medical Association towards the invalidity sections of the National Insurance Bill recently submitted to the ...

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  34. MOORISH AFFAIRS.

    General Monier, the commander of the French military expedition which recently captured Mequinez, the stronghold of the Pretender, Mulsi-el-Zin, is about to ...

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  35. MISSING AERONAUT FOUND.

    The whereabouts of M. Frey, an aviator who had been missing for some days, was discovered yesterday. The airman fell into a dense thicket near Viterbo, sustaining a ...

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  36. INDECENT LITERATURE.

    The Minister of Customs has received from several States, including New South Wales, a reply to his cir[?] asking them to attack indecent literature by suppressing ...

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  37. STEAMERS COLLIDE.

    The Court of Marine Enquiry has investigated the circumstances attending the collision of the steamer Pilbarra with the Koombana on April 19. The former vessel, ...

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  38. BRILLIANT CRICKET.

    In the match began at Bradford on Monday Yorkshire defeated Leicestershire with five wickets to spare. The hero of the match was the veteran ...

    Article : 79 words
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  40. BIRKBECK BANK.

    The Birkbeck Bank, which recently suspended payment with a view to reconstruction, is paying out to 600 depositors daily, some of whom had waited in a queue ...

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  41. BELGIAN POLITICS.

    M. Broquevifle has formed a Ministry of a democratic character in succession to that of M. Schollaert, which resigned last week owing to a crisis on the education ...

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  42. ALBANIAN REVOLT.

    The Sultan has granted an armistice of 10 days to the Albanian insurgents who were recently reported to have been scattered by the Turkish troops. If the rebels ...

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  43. HOUSING THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The difficulty over the Sydney Government House remains unsettled. The Acting Prime Minister will on the arrival of the new Governor-General, consult him in ...

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  44. GRAY STILL SCORING.

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  46. THE SUNKEN MAINE.

    The work of raising the battleship Maine, which was sunk in Santiago Harbor prior to the outbreak of the Spanish-American war, is progressing rapidly, and it is ...

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  47. WOULD RATHER MARRY THE GIRL.

    The trial was continued before Mr. Justice Hood, at the Ballarat Criminal Court to-day, of a youth, Herbert Lawson, who was charged with an offence against a girl ...

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  49. MORE IMMIGRANTS.

    Over 630 more immigrants from England arrived early this morning by the Mamari. Eighty per cent. of them are nominated immigrants, mainly the wives and families of ...

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  50. ST. PAUL'S BRIDGE.

    The Bill authorising the construction of St. Paul's-bridge, which is to cross the Thames between Blackfriars and Southwark bridges, was yesterday referred back ...

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