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  2. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Monday Evening—The labor members have decided not ro move any amendments to the Parliament Bill (the Veto Bill). On the motion for the second reading of the ...

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  4. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    ST. PETERSBURG, Monday Evening.—A dorelet barge has been discovered at Astrakhan heavily surrounded by ice. In the barge were the bodies of 20 persons, who had been frozen ...

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  5. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    PARIS, Monday Evening.—M. Briand the Premier has resigned. Although M. Combe was primarily responsible for the assistant upon M. Briand the ...

    Article : 171 words
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  7. 'NEIGHBORS YET."

    Ferguson came to my house the other day, and old me had had been thinking of changing his residence. His house was only a stone's throw from mine, and as his dog was much ...

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  8. TEN PERSONS DROWNED.

    LONDON, Monday Evening.—The steam tra[?] Senator struck an obstacle and foundered in the North Sea, 10 liven being lost. ...

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  10. THE ITALIAN UNITY CELEBRATIONS.

    LONDON, Monday.—The Vienna correspondent of the "Times" states that there is considerable discussion over the proposed arrangements intended to overcome the ...

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  11. The Osborne Judgment.

    LONDON, Monday Evening.—A clause in the Bill introduced into the House of Commons by the Labor party in consequence of the Osborne judgment., provides that a trade union, acting ...

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  12. Disastrous Fires.

    ST. PETERSBURG, Monday Evening.—The operating of a lamp set fire to a skaters' pavilion in which 20 workmen were sleeping, and 18 were burst to death. ...

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  13. Golf.

    The event of the week was the opening of the new lloks at Mone Vale. Those who took part in the event were favored with splendid weather, and the course was to excellent ...

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  14. A CRISIS IN SERVIA.

    BELGRADE, Monday.—During a Jebate in the National Assembly on the Army Estimates a discussion arose concerning the firm of Krupps securing the contract for the ...

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  15. AFLOAT ON AN ICEFLOE.

    ST. PETERSBURG, Monday.—Two portions of the ice-floe, on which 600 fishermen were adrift in the Gulf, of Finland have been drives ashore, each with a number of fishermen on ...

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  16. FEATHERED THEIR NESTS.

    SOFIA, Monday—The Sobranje (National Assembly) has decided to send on to trial by a special State tribunal M. Petkoff one [?] Savoff, who were President of the Council ...

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  17. BRITISH LABOR TROUBLES.

    LONDON, Monday.—An impending lockout in connection with the clothing trade at Leeds affects 2000 men and women. The Jewish master operatives took the initiative owing to ...

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  18. "Call a Constable."

    At last night's meeting of the Vaucluse Council the Mayor (Alderman Johnston) reported that in accordance with a resolution carried at a previous meeting the council sitting as ...

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  19. THE "STOLEN" NECKLACE.

    LONDON, Monday.—On February 8 it was reported that a lady, while looking in a shop window in Edinburgh was assaulted and robbed of a pearl necklace valued at £7000. ...

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  20. GERMAN ATTACK ON HAGUE TRIBUNAL

    BERLIN, Monday "The Post" in a [?] to p[?] in the Savarkar, [?] the Hague International Arbitration Tribunal for his [?] and folly." The ...

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  21. WHEAT AFLOAT.

    LONDON, Monday Evening.—The wheat afloat for the United Kingdom in Estimated at 2,250,000 quarters, and for the Continant at 2,695,000 quarters The shipmen's of ...

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  22. IMPERIAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE.

    CAPETOWN, Monday "Evening The proposal of the South African Governmnet to [?] for white children at the Imperial Education Conference has been ...

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  23. CONTROL OF CRICKET.

    At the rooms of the N.S.W. Cricket Association in Moore-street, Sydney on Thursday a meeting of the Australian Board of Control is to be held. The business is highly ...

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  24. BAR SILVER.

    LONDON, Monday Evening—Bar silver was to-day quoted at 2s 0b 16d per ounce standard. ...

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  25. WAIHI SHARES.

    LONDON, Monday Evening—On the Stock Exchange to-day Wath [?] Shares closed at 22s 6d, 26s ...

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  26. SMALLPOX IN LONDON.

    LONDON, Monday—Thirteen additional smallpox cases have been reported in London, including one from Bethnal Green. There have been many re-racciastions in ...

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