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  4. AUSTRALIA v. SURREY

    Rain, which to some extent spoiled the match with Essex, delayed the start of the third engagement of the Australians' tour to-day. The fixture was against Surrey, at ...

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  5. MYSTERIOUS AIRSHIP.

    A remarkable agitation has been started in Germany in favor of the building of a huge aerial fleet, instead of many Dreadnoughts. For several weeks past a mysterious airship ...

    Article : 235 words
  6. EDUCATION RATES.

    With the object of reorganising a passive resistance movement against the education rates, a new passive resistance league has been established among militant churchmen. ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. POLISH POLICEMEN KILLED.

    Two Polish terrorists killed the Chief of Police at Lublin, and shot three constables. Both culprits have been arrested. ...

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  8. GEORGE MEREDITH SERIOUSLY ILL.

    Mr. George Meredith, the famous novelist, is seriously ill at his home in Surrey. Mr. George Meredith, who is now in his 82nd year, is the most brilliant and ...

    Article : 114 words
  9. RAILWAY ROBBERIES.

    Fifteen railway guards have been arrested in Marseilles for a series of robberies on the trains running to the Riviera. Their method was to open passengers' ...

    Article : 43 words
  10. WHAT IS GOING ON.

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  11. PRISON HORRORS.

    The Social Democrats in the Duma are complaining of the horrors of the prisons in Moscow, Orel, Tiflis, Sebastopol, and Ekaterinoslav. ...

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  12. W. J. WHITTY.

    The young South Australian (formerly Sydney) bowler, who did so well against Surrey yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. ALGERNON SWINBURNE'S ESTATE.

    The estate of the late Mr. Algernon Charles Swinburne, the poet, has been valued for probate purposes at £20,000. ...

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  15. MUTINEERS EXECUTED.

    Two officers attached to the Selisneh Barracks and three policemen have been hanged in Constantinople for their complicity in the late revolt. ...

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  16. A DOUBLE CENTURY.

    Playing in the Cambridge seniors' cricket match, D. C. Collins, a New Zealander, scored 113 in the first and 138 in the second innings. ...

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  17. NEW ORIENT LINER.

    The new Orient liner Orsova has completed her trial speeds, which are officially reported to have been satisfactory. She averaged well above 17 knots per hour, the ...

    Article : 83 words
  18. RETURNED UNOPPOSED.

    Mr. Clyde, K.C. (Unionist), has been returned unopposed for West Edinburgh, the former member, Sir Lewis M'Iver, Bt., having retired owing to ill-health. ...

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