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  2. TELEGRAMS

    MR. CHAMBERLAIN, in a speech in support of Mr. Coillard's candidature for East Bardford, said that two shillings a quarter on foreign corn only, would not be a heavy price ...

    Article : 57 words
  3. GENERAL NEWS

    Mrs. Frances Sophia Huthwaite, widow of the late Mr. A. G. D. Huthwaite, formerly of Goulburn, and mother of Mrs. I. W. Onslow-Thompson of Taralga, died at ...

    Article : 1,184 words
  4. REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT CHECKED.

    It is semi-officially claimed that the St. Petersburg revolutionary movement has been checked, and its complete collapse is only a matter of a few weeks. ...

    Article : 28 words
  5. ORDER IN MOSCOW.

    Order has been completely restored in Moscow. The factory and shops have re-opened. ...

    Article : 19 words
  6. WORKMEN & COSSACKS.

    A squadron of Cossacks stopped an open-air meeting of 3000 workmen in St. Petersburg. An officer split open the head of the leader ...

    Article : 47 words
  7. SOCIALISTS IN POLAND.

    Six hundred socialists at Lode have been arrested. An immense number of bombs were seized. Ten thousand rebels made a last stand at ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. GENERAL STACKELBERG.

    General Stackelberg, who was captured by the insurgents at Reval, has been released. ...

    Article : 15 words
  9. END OF STRIKE.

    It has been resolved to close the strike at St. Petersburg on Monday. ...

    Article : 16 words
  10. MILLIONAIRE'S BEQUEST.

    Mr. Charles Tyson Yerkes, the American capitalist, has bequeathed to New York City funds for an art gallery worth £800,000, starting with an endowment of £200,000 ...

    Article : 29 words
  11. THE LIQUOR LAW

    THE new Liquor Act comes into force to-day. In future persons under 18 years of ago (except in cases of sickness or accident) will be debarred from obtaining liquor. ...

    Article : 778 words
  12. CARRIED OUT TO SEA.

    YESTERDAY afternoon a boy named Cecil Charles Brooks, aged 13, was bathing at Bondi, when he was carried out to sea and drowned. Frank Carson and Rupert O'Brien ...

    Article : 68 words
  13. FIRE ON A CART.

    MR. MICHAEL COOLEY, a dealer, met with a serious loss at Rosedale, near Cooma. He left his horse and cart on the roadside whilst he was looking at cattle in an adjoining ...

    Article : 124 words
  14. THE YANKEE OUTDONE.

    A YANKEE passenger in a train the other day was wearying his fellow-travellers with "tall" stories, and remarked— "We can start wilt a twelve-storey hotel ...

    Article : 86 words
  15. GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY, 1906,

    SINCE the nice rain at beginning of match the weather has been very unfavourable to growers, and continued case in mulshing, watering, and cultivation has been necessary. All available land should be broken up, if possible, ...

    Article : 225 words
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