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  2. IMPERIAL DEFENCE.

    Commeting on a statement emanating from Australian to the effect that a cofference on Impenal defence has been, arranged for early in 1914. the Morning ...

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  3. THE INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK.

    The threatened lockout in the Lancashire cotton trade over the strike at the Beehive Mills at Bolton is causing the greatest concern, as over 650,000 workers are directly ...

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  4. HOME RULE.

    Many of the Unionist newspapers comment this morning on the significance of the recent speech by Mr. F. E. Smita, M.P., at Dungannon, in which he said they ...

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  5. THE DYNAMITE ARGUMENT.

    The offices of the newspaper at Couder's Port, Pennsylvania, were blown up by dynamite to-day. The outrage followed a local campaign conducted ...

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  6. THE BALKANS.

    Later accounts of the success of too Servians in recapturing Dibra from the Albanians show that the nature of the lighting was sanguinary beyond anything ...

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  7. LEGISLATORS ON TOUR.

    The British Parliamentary party left Fremantle last night by the MarathonPrior to their departure Lord Emmott said he had drafted the following message, ...

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  8. THE BALKAN CAULDRON.

    With the increase of facilities for speedy, world-wide travel, this globe becomes a smaller place almost daily, but even so, I should hardly have gone to ...

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  9. A GRIM BUSH TRAGEDY.

    A bush tragedy has been reported by the Peak Hill police. On July 16 Mr. J. Manuel found the remains of two men beneath a gum tree in a lonely part of the ...

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  10. A NEW RAILWAY.

    The large party of legislators and officials who, accompanied by his Excellency the Governor, left Adelaide on Thursday evening and travelled by special train ...

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  11. ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

    Advices received from Archangel (Russia) state that the Arctic expedition of M. Seedow had wintered at Pankratz[?]island, and the the leader intended to ...

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  12. SENTENCED TO DEATH.

    Archibald Brown was charged at the Newcastle Circuit Court to-day with having committed a criminal assault on June 27. On the previous day a plea of ...

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  13. MISS MARIE LLOYD.

    The New York Immigration officers have, detained Miss Marie Lloyd, the well-known vaudeville artist, who was a passenger on board the White Star [?] ...

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  14. TO "BOSS" THEMSELVES.

    Lord Northcliffe has made the members of the Chicago women's suffrage societies angry by declaring that the concession of the Parliamentary suffrage to women ...

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  15. CANADIAN LOAN.

    The underwriters will receive 56 per cent of the Canadain Dominion 4 per cent, loan of £3,000,000. The minimum was fixed at £90. ...

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  16. INTERNATIONAL LAW.

    The conference of the International Law Association was opened here yesterday, when in interesting discussion arose on the effect of war on private contracts. ...

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  17. MR. DIESEL'S DEATH.

    Efforts are now being made to solve the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Mr. Diesel, the inventor of the Diesel engine, doubts having been created by ...

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  18. ARMY CONTRACTS AND PARLIAMENT.

    As an outcome of the Stuart Samuel [?] the new army orders contain an injuction warningi contractors that members of [?] liament must not be admitted to [?] ...

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  19. THE AFRIC ASHOBE.

    The White Star liner Afric, 11,948 tons, when noaring the landing-stage at Liverpool to-day to embark her passengers, swung in the stream and struck the ...

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  20. THE RIGHTS OF BLACKS.

    The Church Congress, which is now sitting at Southampton, to-day engaged in a discussion concerning the atrocities perpetrated on the natives of the Belgian ...

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  21. A TRAGEDY AT PAPUA.

    Mr. Glynn (Minister of External Affairs) to-day received a wireless telegram, from Port Moresby, Papua, relating to the experiences of the Government patrol party ...

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  23. RADIUM EMANATIONS.

    Sir frederick Treyes, chairman of the Radium Institute, annouces that radium emanations havebeen proved as [?] therapeutically as radium itself. [?] ...

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  24. OBITUARY.

    The death occurred yesterday of Lady Knightiey, who was prommently associated with the British Women's Emigration Society. ...

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  25. KING OF SWEDEN.

    King Gustav V., who ascended the Swedish" throne on December 8, 1907, and who is now 55 years old, continues to suffer from the pains with which he has ...

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  26. RAYCHE EXPLOSION.

    Reuter's correspondent states that the explosion which took place this morning in the Rayche tunnel on the Baghdad railway line, near Adana, did not cause nearly ...

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  27. THE WATTLE LEAGUE.

    A branct of the Australian Wattle Blossom League has been estalished in London. The members will hold their first celebration on Australia's Foundation ...

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  28. GOLF IN ENGLAND.

    "The final of the Professional Golf Tournament was decided yesterday at Weybridge. The [?] [?] [?] by George Duncan, with a score of 71. Abe Mitchell, ...

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  31. BRITISH UNIVERSITIES.

    A correspondent signing himself "Anglo-Canadian," writing to the press, suggests that a suitable memorial to the lage Right Hon. Alfred Lyttleton might ...

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  32. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    The Legislative Assembly further considered the Regulation of Mines Bill in committee last night. The new legislation provides for:—(1) Abolition of ...

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  33. INDIAN MARRIAGES.

    An important judgment affecting the marriage of Indians was delivered yesterday by the Supreme Court of Natal. The court declared that Judian ...

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  34. UNITED STATES TARIFF.

    The Senate have adopted the conference report on the tariff, and it is now probable that President Wilson's, signature will be attached to the measure within a ...

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  35. NORTHERN INDIA.

    The Allahabad correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that owing to the failure of the late season rains, a serious famine is feared in Northern India. ...

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  36. THE CANADIAN SHIPS.

    It is considered likely that the naval question will shortly be revived. The Government are again considering their naval policy, and there is a considerable ...

    Article : 56 words
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  38. A NEW GUN.

    The Admiralty and the War Office are conducting tests in connection with a new gun to be fird by means of carbonic acid gas. The weapon will be especially ...

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  39. CHINA AND JAPAN.

    Japan is not yet satisfied with the amends made by China for the murder of three Japanese subjects at Nanking during the recent revolt. She stall awaits ...

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