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  2. BALKAN RAILWAYS. POSITION MORE ACUTE.

    The situation in the Balkans is becoming more acute every day in consequence of the persistence of Austria in claiming the right to construct a railway into the ...

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  3. ASIAN PROBLEMS.

    The Anglo-Russian Convention, which was concluded in September last, and has since been the subject of fierce criticism, was discussed last night in the House of ...

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  4. BRUTAL FOOTBALL.

    The tour through the United Kingdom of the New Zealand professional team of Rugby footballers has been a success financially. It is understood that each member ...

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  5. TREATMENT OF ALIENS.

    In the House of Lords yesterday Lord Ampthill asked if the Government intended to invite the Governments of the dependencies to discuss, by conference or otherwise, ...

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  6. QUEENSLAND POLITICS.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday. — The new Ministry formed by Mr. Kidston was sworn in to-day as follows:— Premier, Chief Secretary, and Vice president ...

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  7. THE BALLARAT TRAGEDY. FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—In view of the opinion that Madge Graham received her death wound whilst in a recumbent position in Vale-park, the police to-day ...

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  8. NEW MELBOURNE HOSPITAL THE DOMAIN SITE.

    At a general meeting of the committee of management of the Melbourne Hospital held yesterday afternoon, the chairman (Mr. John Grice) caused to be read the ...

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  9. PERSONAL.

    Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Northcote returned to Government-house from Macedon, where they have been the guests of His Excellency the ...

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  10. RAILWAYS AS CIVILISERS.

    The German Government has officially denied the charge of fomenting a quarrel between the German and Slav elements by inciting Austrian railway projcets in the ...

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  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—The Sydney Hospital has recently been so much in evidence that it may not be amiss to supply a few details which its eulogists seem to have overlooked. ...

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  12. MR. KEIR HARDIE.

    The hostile demonstration which Mr. Keir Hardie, the English Labour leader, was subjected to on his arrival at Johannesburg was repeated in the evening, when ...

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  13. THE PRIME MINISTER.

    Since his sudden heart seizure at Bristol during the last Parliamentary recess, the Prime Minister (Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman) has not regained his health ...

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  14. FRONTIER REVOLT.

    General Sir James Willcocks, who is in charge of the British punitive force despatched against the Zikka-Khels, has succeeded admirably in his plan of operations. ...

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  15. AUSTRALIA IN LONDON.

    A cable message received by the Premier (Mr. Bent) from teh Agent-General (Mr. Taverner) announces that the tenders invited some time since for the erection of a ...

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  16. A FUTILE ARREST.

    The Melbourne detectives are still actively engaged in the search for the missing witness, William Iles, and story after story of his appearance at various ...

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  17. "BEACON OF BLOOD."

    A monument to the memory of the Transvaal burghers who were killed in the South African war was unveiled at Burgersdorp, Cape Colony, yesterday by General De la ...

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  18. MARK HAMBOURG'S ADVENTURE.

    The "Central News" (says the London "Daily Telegraph," of January 17) learns that Mr. Mark Hambourg, the famous Russian pianist, who only recently returned ...

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  19. LISBON REGICIDE.

    Another open exhibition of sympathy with the Portuguese regicides has been given. The leader of the assassins, who himself shot the, Crown Prince, and was ...

    Article : 110 words
  20. "IN GOD WE TRUST."

    President Roosevelt recently gave orders that the motto, "In God We Trust," should not be continued on the gold coinage of the United States, an action that called ...

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  21. EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS.

    A telegram from Johannesburg reports that two severe earthquake shocks have been experienced in that city. ...

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  22. CHILDRENS' PANIC.

    LONDON, Jan. 17.—A terrible tragedy has happened at the mining town of Barnsley, Yorkshire. A variety entertainment company rented the Harvey Institute, a ...

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  23. BARNARDO BOYS.

    Mr. W. J. Mayer, in charge of 10 boys from the charitable home founded by the late Dr. Barnardo, will sail on Friday for Australia. The boys will make a tour of ...

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  24. ENGLISH CRICKETERS. THE NEW SOUTH WALES MATCH.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 321 words
  25. HUMAN HEART SEWN UP.

    Professor Sultan contributes an article to a Berlin medical journal, in which he describes an operation upon a patient whose heart had been pierced by a bullet. The ...

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  26. KNOWSLEY BUTCHER'S STATEMENT.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.—Mr. Edward Harrop, butcher, carrying on business at Knowsley, called on Superintendent Sainsbury to-day and made a statement concerning his ...

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  27. MERCHANT'S WILL.

    Mr. Michael Edward Sanderson, a wealthy merchant of Kettlethorpe-hall, Piedwick, Wakefield, who died recently, has bequeathed the sum of £60,000 to the diocese ...

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  28. SIR J. LAING AND SONS.

    The shareholders of the firm of Sir James Laing and Sons, which suspended payment a few days ago, have met and decided to wind up the business. ...

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  29. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 26 words
  30. DISASTROUS SHIPWRECK.

    The ship Emily Reed, of San Francisco, has been wrecked on the coast of Oregon, with heavy loss of life. The ship was making the[?]voyage from ...

    Article : 114 words
  31. WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS.

    The English woman suffragists, who have been so persistent during the last few months in pressing their views on public attention, have determined to follow the ...

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  32. MINING SHARES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 51 words
  33. CABINET CONSIDERATION.

    The state Cabinet, at its meeting yesterday, gave further consideration to the vexed question of the site of the new Melbourne Hospital. The Premier (Mr. Bent), when ...

    Article : 246 words
  34. ALIMONY ORDER.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — In the Divorce Court to-day an application was made on behalf of Sarah Ann Doyle who sought for a divorce from her husband, Brisbane James ...

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  35. NEW AUSTRALIAN MAIL STEAMER.

    There will shortly reach Australia on her maiden voyage the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company's new twin-screw steamer the Asturins, of 12,200 tons gross, being the ...

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  36. THE ADELAIDE MATCH.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — The following team has been chosen to play for South Australia against the Englishmen on February 29:—Clem Hill, L. R. Hill, Mayne, Dolling, ...

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  37. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Copper.—Monday's closing quotations were:—Spot. £57/12/6 to £57/17/6, or a fall of £1/2/6 since last Friday; three months. £58 to £58/5/, or a fall of £1/5/[?] ...

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  38. TRIBUTING IN MINES.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday. — A copy of the resolution carried at the public meeting held at Eaglehawk on Monday night was forwarded to the Bendigo Mine-owners' ...

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  39. AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — H.M.S. Powerful, with Vice-Admiral Sir W. H. Fawkes on board, left for Melbourne to-day, where the command of the Australian squadron will be ...

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  40. FIFTH TEST MATCH.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—It is understood that A. Cotter, the Australian fast bowler, will be well enough to play in the fifth test match, which commences in Sydney on ...

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  41. STATE DEBTS. ADVICE FROM MR. BENT.

    From the difficulty that has arisen between the Treasurers of South Australia and New South Wales regarding impending loan transactions on the Sydney market, ...

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  42. BUSH FIRE LOSSES.

    TOORA, Tuesday. — Messrs. Peverill and Pinniger, the board appointed to inquire into the losses which settlers suffered during the recent bush fires, sat to-day, and ...

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  43. SENATE ELECTION.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — The scrutiny in the Senate election is now drawing to a close, and only six country centres remain to be counted. Absentee votes, however, ...

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  44. INTERSTATE CRICKET.

    HOBART, Tuesday.—The Northern Tasmanian association having given permission to its players to take part, the following team has been chosen to represent Tasmania ...

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  45. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    James Oliver Poole, Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, miner. Causes of insolvency—Expenses incurred through illness and loss of wife and illness and death of two children. ...

    Article : 78 words
  46. SHIPPING NEWS.

    The following arrivals and departures are reported:— Arrivals.—Wakool, s.s., from Melbourne December 19[?] Ionic, s.s., from ...

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  47. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—Chamber applications. COMMONWEALTH COURT OF CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION. (Before the President, Mr. Justice Higgins.) ...

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  48. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Mr. Grice's letter setting forth the cost of providing a large modern hospital shows the difficulty of considering, the claims of the various sites from the sole ...

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  49. R.M.S. CHINA AT FREMANTLE.

    FREMANTLE, Tuesday.—The Peninsular and Oriental Co.'s R.M.S. China arrived from London at 10 o'clock this morning. Saloon passengers:— For Adelaide.—Mrs. Styles, Messrs. Styles, ...

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  50. TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALES.

    To-day's auction sales are as follows:—Mr. H. D. Westley, at Flinders-lane, hardware, tea, toys, office furniture, &c.; Messrs. W. S. Keast and Co., at Melton, farm lands, horses, cattle, sheep, ...

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  51. CONDY'S CRYSTALS.

    Sir,—We have to call attention to a report appearing in your issue of 9th December last to the effect that a baby died from swallowing Condy's crystals. As a matter ...

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  52. SYDNEY-MELBOURNE TELEPHONE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Sir William Lyne to-night, when asked if he had agreed to the proposal for a telephone line between Sydney, Melbourne, Gippsland, and ...

    Article : 173 words
  53. BLACKMAILER CONVICTED.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday. — In the Supreme Court to-day Arthur Rickards was charged with having demanded money by threats from Dr. Glynn Connolly. The jury founds ...

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  54. WEST AUSTRALIAN LOANS.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Speaking at Greenbushes on Monday, the Premier (Mr. Moore) said that in view of the necessity for developing the resources of Western ...

    Article : 138 words
  55. FEARFUL SUFFERING

    Of Little Boy—Had Sores Spread All Over His Head—Grew Worse Under Doctor's Care—Cuticura Remedies Effect Perfect Cure, Bringing Relief with First Set. ...

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  56. MILO CIGARETTES

    Are preferred by lovers of good things. Guaranteed hand-made.—[Advt.] "CONTINENTAL TYRES" for Cars or Cycles.— Do you use them? If not—why not? They are ...

    Article : 28 words
  57. AN UNSPARING CRITICISM

    Is levelled against yourself when you have been unwary enough to allow a counterfeit of "Wolfe's-Schnapps" to be foisted upon you.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 27 words
  58. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT.

    Pears, Soap Makers to Her Majesty [?] Queen.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 12 words
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