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  2. THE RIVER MURRAY.

    The River Murray in commerce. production, history, science, literature, and art, is an alluring subject, and altogether too large to be justly dealt with in the ...

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  3. UNREST IN SPAIN.

    There appears to be a civil war pending in Spain. On the French fronm tier are several thousand armed and fairly well-disciplined Spanish exiles who ...

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  4. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The House of Representatives met today. NAVAL DEFENCE. Mr. Joseph Cook (N.S.W.) asked the ...

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  5. CHOLERA IN RUSSIA. MANY PEOPLE SUCCUMB.

    News was received from St. Petersburg to-day to the effect that a large number of people succumbed to cholera, during the week ending July 23. The total ...

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  6. OHIO TRAMWAYS STRIKE.

    Strike is in the atmosphere in America. The employes of the Ohio tramways recently came out and tore up the tram tracks and burnt some of the cars. Troops ...

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  7. THE WALHALLA ELECTION.

    The following are the latest figures for the Walhalla election for the Legislative Assembly:—Barnes (Ministerialist), 1074. ...

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  8. RICHMOND RAILWAY DISASTER.

    The special board to-day continued their enquiry into the ciecumstances connected with the Victorian Railway disaster. ...

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  9. DISTRICT TRAINED NURSING SOCIETY.

    The sixteenth annual meeting of the District Trained Nursing Society of South Australia was held at the Victoria Hall on Friday evening. There was a Large ...

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  10. SIXTEEN THOUSAND DEATHS.

    To-day 54 cases of cholera were reported, of which number 14 died. Since the outbreak of the disease in May there have been 16,651 deaths in the Russian ...

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  11. RACECOURSE FATALITIES.

    In the legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Dagiish, the member for Subiaco gave notice that on Tuesday he would move that there be laid upon the table a ...

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  12. THE WARATAH. COLLECTION OF EVIDENCE.

    It was officially stated today that the greater part of the evidence relating to the loss of the Waratah has been collected, but the remainder must be ...

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  13. CONSCRIPTION. ISSUE OF NEXT BRITISH ELECTION.

    It is being freely stated in military and political circles that conscription mil be one issue in the next campaign. Lord Roberts is the greatest apostle of ...

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  14. THE CRIPPEN MURDER CRIPPEN ON THE MONTROSE.

    A wireless message has been received from Labrador stating that Crippen is on board the Montrose, which vessel will arrive on Saturday at Rimouski, the first ...

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  15. THE WARATAH'S PASSENGERS.

    The first application for probate to the win of one of the passengers by the missing steamer Waratah was lodged for probate to-day. The application is in respect ...

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  16. THE BARRIER. BROKEN HILL, July 28. THE LATE MISS COLLINS.

    Miss Kitty Collins, who died from heart failure a few days ago, will be well remembered by Barrier unionists as one of the girls in the City Hotel who ...

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  17. RADICAL OPPOSITION.

    The Radical Party is opposed to conscription, and will use every means to defeat it. On the other hand there is a large and increasing party who sees that ...

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  18. BOY SCOUTS.

    General Baden Powell, founder of the boy scout movement, starts to-day for Canada. He will take several boy scouts with him, and they will include ...

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  19. SKATING CARNIVAL.

    A skating carnival was held at the rink last evening. There was a good attendance, despite the threatening weather. A good programme was ran off, and ...

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  20. KNOCKED DOWN BY A CYCLIST.

    Mrs. F. Hall, residing in Blende street north, had a narrow escape from serious injury in Argent street yesterday evening. A cyclist from the north was ...

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  21. NICARAGUA.

    The comic opera aspect of the Nicaraguan civil war has gone, and the opposing forces now look for one another's gore with the callousness of seasoned ...

    Article : 89 words
  22. ARBITRATION ACT AMENDMENTS.

    A deputation representing the Melbourne Trades Hall Council to-day waited on Mr. Hughes, the Federal Atorney-General, to lay before him the ...

    Article : 317 words
  23. REWARD OFFERED IN PARIS.

    Pictures of Crippen have been posted up in conspicuous places about Paris. Underneath is an intimation that £300 will be paid for his arrest. ...

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  24. VICTORIA ACTION AGAINST A CLERGYMAN.

    The action brought by Robert J. Haddon and his wife, Mrs. Ida Haddon, of Glenferrie street, Canlfield, against the Rev. J. Lynch (incumbent) and guardians ...

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  25. IDENTIFICATION NOT CONCLUSIVE.

    A wireless message received hcere last night says that the identification of the suspects on board the Montrose is not conclusive, neither are they under arrest, ...

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  26. FOOTBALLER ENTERTAINED.

    At a meeting of the West Suburban Football Club, held on Tuesday night, after the business had been attended to it was decided to tender a hearty vote of ...

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  27. POTATO EXPORT RESTRICTIONS.

    The Western Australian Government, while insisting upon potatoes sent to that State from Victoria being grown 50 miles distant from blight-infected districts, ...

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  28. CHANGES IN CHINA.

    There has been an important shake up in the Chinese Foreign Office following on the publication of an Imperial edict, Under the terms of the edict Liang Tun ...

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  29. ALLEGED COUNTERFEITER DISCHARGED.

    In the police court this morning Arthur St. Joseph Ingham, on remand, appeared to answer a charge of having uttered counterfeit coin at Broken Hill, but ...

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  30. WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    The third session of the seventh Parliament of Western Adstalia was opened o days. The weather was showery, but the function passed off successfully. ...

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  31. TIMBER-SEASONING WORKS.

    The Public Works Department are about to call for tenders for the erection of timber-seasoning and drying works at Newport, the project having been ...

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  32. GRAND TRUNK STRIKE

    Matters in connection with the Grand Trunk strike have taken a serious turn in both the United States and Canada. Four American ragiments have left ...

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  33. MRS. FITZPATRICK DEAD.

    The death occurree at her residence in Crystal street yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Fitzpatrick, wife of Mr. Patrick Fitzpatrick, the well-known Laborite. She ...

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  34. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET.

    [?] was tanistd in wheat today [?] to the m[?] state of the European markets. Sellers were willing to accept lower prices, but them were no ...

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  35. THE HOUSING PROBLEM.

    Acting on the suggestion of the chairman of the Board of Health, the Minister for Health has convened a conference of the health officers of the ...

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  36. NEW SOUTH WALES. INFANT'S BODY ON THE ROADWAY.

    A milk carter, while on his rounds early this morning, found the dead body of a newly-born female infant wrapped in brown paper lying in the centre of the ...

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  37. PERTH TRAMWAY STRIKE.

    The prospects of a truce at least being arrived at were during this afternoon encouraging. The tram men remained at the Trades Hall waiting orders to resume ...

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  38. AMERICAN FARMERS.

    Three minion farmers belonging to the southern States have organised an attempt to defeat the members of Congress and other officials who are deaf to their ...

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  39. APPLICATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS.

    Applications closed to-day for residential blocks recently placed under the Western Lands Board. Although 254 blocks were available only 143 ...

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  40. MOUNT McKINLEY.

    News has been received of the expedition sent to Alaska by the New York "Herald," and headed by Mr. Rusk, for the propose of making the ascent of ...

    Article : 162 words
  41. Advertising

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  42. RUN OVER BY A TRAIN.

    This morning Evelyn Lister, aged 19, was crossing the railway line at Mitcham when she was run over by a goods train and killed. ...

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  43. RAILWAY WORKSHOPS ABLAZE.

    Shortly before 7 o'clock this morning the bailermakers' division of the Eveleigh railway workshops was discoverod ablaze. Aserious conflagration was ...

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  44. NEW Y.M.C.A. SECRETARY APPOINTED.

    Mr. Albert Jones, late financila secretary of the Melbourne Y.M.C.A., has been appointed secretary of the local branch, vice Mr. A. H. Gifford, who resigned Mr. ...

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  45. MURDERER ELECTROCUTED.

    Napoleon Rivet was executed in an electric chair at the Charleston State Prison yesterday. He murdered his room-mate Gailtoux, who had made Rivet a ...

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  46. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET.

    Wheat, 3/11; oats, 2/2; barley, 4/3; flour, £9 10/; maize, 2/4; potatoes, £6; onions, £3; chaff, £3 5/. ...

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  47. ALLEGED FRAUDULENT TELEGRAM.

    Clarence Ackerman, aged 20, a clerk, for obtaining £25 from Messrs. Hill, Clark, and Co, by means of a frandnlent telegram, was to-day committed for trial. ...

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  48. SEISMOGRAPH RECORDS.

    The seismograph was to-day opened at the Observatory for its weekly examination. It showed that on July 25 preliminary tremors were registered at 1.33 a.m., ...

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  49. JIU-JITSO CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Considerable excitement prevailed today concerning the jiu-jitsu contest last night, but all agree that the decision was a fair one. Shima butted Stevenson with ...

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  50. EARTHQUAKE AT YASS.

    A distinct shock of earthquake occurred at Yass at 7 o'clock last night, accompanied by a noise like thunder. Many of the residents were alarmed. ...

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  51. FIGHT AND FIGHTERS

    Welsh, who offered a purse of £2000 for a fight with Wolgast or McFarland on Labor Day bas received an acceptance from leach, but both made important ...

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  52. LOSS OF AN EYE.

    The Full Court to-day set aside the verdict of £431 obtained by Joseph Greenaway Holt, a schoolboy, against the Government for the loss of an eye caused ...

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  53. ARBOR DAY AT PORT ADELAIDE.

    Friday was observed as arbor day at the Port Adelaide public school.In the morning a number of ornamental shrube were planted in the garden in front of ...

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  54. NEW CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUNDS.

    The Mayor of South Melbourne this afternoon opened children's playgrounds at the corner of Eastern road and Park street. Mr. A. T. Danks, who gave £100 ...

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  55. Advertising

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  56. CATTLE DISEASE.

    Owing to foot and mouth disease breaking out among the cattle of the North of England the importation of stock from there to the United States has been ...

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  57. EMBEZZLEMENT

    A few days ago it was discovered that £10,000 worth of bonds had been stolen from the Russo-Chinese Bank agency here. It is now estimated that the value ...

    Article : 70 words
  58. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "J. H. Gordon."—The heights of Mount Crawford and Williamstown above sea level are 1858 and 1040.59 ft. respectivley. ...

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  59. COST OF ROYAL MOURNING DRAPINGS.

    The cost to the State Government of draping in mourning the public buildings in May last on the occasion of the death of King Edward was £325. About four ...

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  60. COMPULSORY ELECTORAL ENROLMENT.

    Mr. O'Malley (the Minister of Home Affairs) is very keen on the question of making enrolment on the Federal rolls compulsory, but up to the present no ...

    Article : 206 words
  61. Advertising

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  62. SUICIDE BY DROWNING.

    An enquiry was held to-day at Moama into the circumstances of the death of Miss Annie Holmes, who was yesterday found drowned. Evidence was given to ...

    Article : 107 words
  63. Advertising

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  64. SOUTHAFRICAN CRICKETERS

    The secretary of the Cricket Board of Control forwarded the following letter to the editor of the "Sun" this afternoon:—"Dear Sir—I have received replies from ...

    Article : 66 words
  65. ALLEGED JEWELLERY THEFT.

    A young American named John Williams was to-day committed for trial on a charge of breaking into a dwelling at St. Kilda, and stealing diamond and others ...

    Article : 31 words
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