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  2. NORTH V. SOUTH FOOTBALL MATCH.

    The North v. South football match, which was played this afternoon, resulted in a very easy victory for the Northern players. The weather was beautiful, and ...

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  3. THE SURPLUS GRAB.

    In breathless haste the Federal session is being rushed to its close. The merry manner in which questions involving millions of money are dealt ...

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  4. THE AMERICAN NAVAL DISASTER.

    Further details of the explosion of a boiler tube on the United States cruiser Tennessee, which occurred on Friday off San Pedro, California, show that a ...

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  5. KING'S VISIT TO RUSSIA.

    When the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert, with King Edward and Queen Alexandra on board, reached the mouth of the Kiel Canal, Prince Henry of ...

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  6. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    The evidence given at the trial of thirty-two men at Calcutta, who are charged with sedition, shows that a conspiracy has been on foot since 1905 ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    Our London cable messages state that the Carl Rosa Company has engaged Beatrice Milanda, the Australian singer, for the principal soprano roles in the ...

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  8. THE RUSSIAN PREPARATIONS.

    Reval is swarming with detectives. Hotel keepers have been threatened with fines of 3,000 roubles if they do not report the presence of strangers ...

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  9. ENGLISH RACING.

    The Redfern Two-Year-Old Plate, 800 sovs.; colts 9st., fillies and geldings 8st 11lb.; five furlongs, on the straight course, at Kempton-park, was run on ...

    Article : 129 words
  10. PROTESTS FROM MEMBERS OF DUMA.

    In the course of an interview, M. Homiakoff, President of the Russian Duma, said the visit was most popular, and members of the Duma would ...

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  11. EXPLOSION IN A FACTORY.

    An explosion of a disastrous character occurred yesterday in a factory at Vienna. The explosion was due to the ignition of a large collection of celluloid ...

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  12. AUSTRALIAN ZOOLOGICAL EXHIBITS.

    The seven hundred animals, birds, and reptiles from Australia and New Zealand by the steamer Persic have arrived in Tilbury Docks. They bore ...

    Article : 90 words
  13. ACCIDENTS.

    During a football match between Hobart Juniors and Now Norfolk, at New Norfolk yesterday afternoon, George Barker, captain of the local team, fell and ...

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  14. KING EDWARD'S HOSPITAL.

    The Prince of Wales and many other notable persons have given special donations to King Edward's Hospital Fund in response to an appeal by Lord ...

    Article : 130 words
  15. FATAL FALL AT SCOTTSDALE.

    Mr. Geo, F. Gould, an old resident of Scottsdale, while riding upon a load of timber to-day fell off, and was killed. When picked up, it was found that his ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. THE PRESIDENTIAL BY-ELECTION.

    "The Times" correspondent at New York says that there has never previously been such a lack of interest in the Presidential campaign. ...

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  17. SERIOUS GUN EXPLOSION.

    Henry Biddle, of Upper Castra, had his face severely injured on Sunday through a gun bursting. He went to Launceston Hospital this morning. It is feared his ...

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  18. "THE TIMES" LIBEL ACTION.

    "The Times" has withdrawn its notice of appeal in the Murray libel case. The libel action of Murray versus "The ...

    Article : 92 words
  19. THE POSTAL CONFERENCE.

    When the Deputy Postmasters-Genral of the various States in the conference decided to ask for £700,000 for new works to be placed on next year's ...

    Article : 172 words
  20. SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    H. Biddle, a resident of Sprent, whilst out shooting to-day, met with a serious accident. His gun burst, and inflicted serious injury to the right ...

    Article : 44 words
  21. FIRE IN A MINE.

    During a fire in the Golden King mine at Gladstone, Colorado, in the United States on Saturday, thirty-four men entered the workings in order to ...

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  22. FINGERS AMPUTATED.

    David Rattray, of St. Patrick's River, was to-day brought to the hospital suffering from a nasty injury to his hand. Three of his fingers were ...

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  23. BRITISH BY-ELECTIONS.

    The United Irish League Convention at Leeds has unanimously adopted a motion protesting against clerical interference in the interest of Catholic ...

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  24. JOCKEY SERIOUSLY INJURED.

    H. Archer, rider of Jolly Jack, who fell in the Hurdle Race at Mowbray to-day, is lying in a precarious condition at the Launceston Hospital. He ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT'S PROTEST.

    A special meeting of the Queensland Cabinet was held on Friday to consider what action should be taken in regard to the Commonwealth Surplus Bill. When ...

    Article : 80 words
  26. MISHAP TO A FISHING PARTY.

    A boat capsized on the bar when returning from schnapper fishing yesterday. The whole party clung to the wreckage, and got into the breakers. ...

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  27. A DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO.

    The most destructive tornado that has occurred for years passed over Southern Nebraska and the northern portion of Kansas, in the United States, ...

    Article : 79 words
  28. WRECK OF THE KETCH HAZARD.

    A brief telegram was received from Marrawah, North-West Coast, last evening, stating that the ketch Hazard, Hinds master, had been wrecked ...

    Article : 76 words
  29. RUSSIAN NAVAL PROGRAMME.

    The Russian Duma, by 194 votes to 78, has rejected a motion for a grant of eleven million roubles (approximately £1,100,000) for the construction of ...

    Article : 269 words
  30. MOONAH BAPTIST CHURCH.

    The dedicatory service in connection with the Baptist Church which has just been erected at Moonah was held yesterday afternoon. ...

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  31. NEGLECT OF A CHILD.

    William Drake, who was last week found guilty of neglecting his daughter, nine years of age, and was granted time to find sureties that he would make an ...

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  32. EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS.

    The Earl of Meath states that Empire Day in Great Britain was celebrated by 121 Mayors and 14,000 elementary schools. It is estimated that ...

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  33. CAMPBELL TOWN SHOW.

    Cheap excursion tickets will be issued for to-day's trains, and for the express to-morrow morning in connection with the holding of the midland show at ...

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  34. FIRE AT BREWARINA.

    Four shops were destroyed by fire at Brewarina this morning. The absence of wind favoured the fire fighters, who had to combat the flames with buckets ...

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  35. FRANCO- BRITISH EXHIBITION.

    The "Iron and Steel Trades' Journal" states that representatives of the leading French industries will arrive in London about the midde of August, ...

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  36. ENCKE'S COMET REAPPEARS.

    Mr. W. E. Raymond, officer in charge of Sydney Observatory, states that after a apse of over three years Encke's comet has again made its appearance in the ...

    Article : 152 words
  37. COMMENCING AFRESH.

    The Great Drapery Sale at Johnston and Miller's, after a record business last week, begins anew this morning. There appears to be no need for comment as to ...

    Article : 154 words
  38. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Board of Trade returns for the United Kingdom for May show decreases in imports of £8,344,418, and in exports of £5,854,671, as compared with ...

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  39. RICH HAUL BY BURGLARS.

    Burglars exploded a safe on the business premises of a jeweller named Mcmini at Glasgow on Saturday night, and stole diamonds and watches ...

    Article : 45 words
  40. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    A correspondent writing to the "Daily Mail," appeals to the Home Government to send a squadron to Australian waters that will be worthy of ...

    Article : 36 words
  41. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.

    Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Chemists, refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 1/1½. ...

    Article : 30 words
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