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  2. BOYS.

    The American boys played baseball against a team at the University oval yesterday and carried the day, after a good struggle. In the forenoon they had some practice at football. ...

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  3. CABINET SECRETS.

    The-request of the Royal Commission on the land purchases of the Bent Government to the Governor, Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael, that leave be given to members of the Executive ...

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  4. BROKEN HILL RELIEF. A GOVERNMENT SCHEME.

    A good deal of the time of yesterday's Cabinet meeting was taken up in dealing with the position as affecting the unemployed at Broken Hill. Ministers regarded affairs as ...

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  5. LIBERAL MOVE.

    A new Federal political organisation has come into existence to be known under the name of "The New South Wales Federal Liberal Leagu." The league at present consists of ...

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  6. SECOND EDITION WARWICKSHIRE MATCH.

    The Australians commenced a match at Birmingham against Warwickshire. The weather is dull, and the wicket is easy. There is a fair attendance. ...

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  7. COLLISION IN CHANNEL.

    The French cargo steamer Circe struck the New Zealand Shipping Company's Whakatane, 5902 tons, from London for Auckland, in a fog off Dungeness, in the ...

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  8. NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

    The manoeuvres of 350 British warships in the North Sea terminated sooner than was expected. Great preparations are being made for ...

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  9. INDIAN ANAKCHIST'S CRIME. INFLAMING THE STUDENTS.

    The "Statesman" and the "Englishman" of Calcutta connect the murder of Sir William Curzon Wyllie with recent events in Bengal, and blame professedly loyal ...

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  10. NATIVE OPINION IN INDIA.

    The Bombay correspondent of the "Times" writes that opinion in India regarding the double tragedy is remarkably unanimous. ...

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  11. FIGHTING IN PERSIA.

    Smart skirmishing with some casualties has taken place between the Nationalists and the trops of the Shah 16 miles northwest of Teheran. ...

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  12. EXTREME DECLARATIONS.

    The socialistic unemployed agitation against law and order progressed very llittle to-day. The ordinary meeting was held this morning, but, although extreme declarations were ...

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  13. SHOCKING BALLOON FATALITY.

    Mrs. Meixel, an aeronaut, who made a balloon ascent at Lowell, Michigan, in the presence of several thousands of people, became entangled in some high-tension ...

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  14. UNITED STATES TARIFF.

    The Senate of the United States has adopted the maximum and minimum provisions of the Tariff Bill. Those provisions authorise the President to remove ...

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  15. AN AGITATOR'S CONDEMNATION.

    Lajpat Raj, another Indian agitator, and editor of "Bande Mataram," has telegraphed from Lahore, the Punjab, to the "Times":—In reply to insinuations ...

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  16. THE TEST MATCHES.

    The newspapers, commenting on the victory of Australia in the test match, generally demand that in the team to represent England in the next test match ...

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  17. TASMANIAN TIMBER TRADE.

    Mr. H. Jones, further interrogated concerning the crisis at the sawmills, in Huon, said that the crux of the matter was that under the Federal tariff the duty on ...

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  18. THE ASSASSIN DINGHRA.

    The assassin Dinghra subscribed to the newspaper "Bande Mataram." He attended meetings of Indian revolutionaries in London, and also met sedition-mongers ...

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  19. ROBBERY OF GEMS.

    A thief disappeared after snatching from Mr. Goldschmidt, a French diamond merchant, while in the Cafe Monico, Piccadilly, London, a bag containing £100,000 ...

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  20. NEWS EROM THE EAST.

    The steamer Empire brings Chinese files to June 22. Urging the need of the installation of wireless telegraphy the "China Post" says: —"While Hongkong is visited by many liners ...

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  21. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    The cruise of the Governor, Lord Plunket, in H.M.S. Challenger to New Zealand's island possessions in the Pacific came to a conclusion this morning, when the warship ...

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  22. HEBBURN AND DUDLEY STRIKES.

    The Delegate Board of the Miners Federation met to-day to discuss the terms of agreement arrived at on Saturday by the Proprietors' Association and the Miners' Federation ...

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  23. SOCIALIST'S QUALIFIED REGRET.

    Mr. Victor Grayson, M.P. (Socialist), speaking at Huddersfield on Saturday, said that the recent murder was very regrettable, and with the ralatives he expressed ...

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  24. THE TURKISH FLEET.

    The Sultan, Mohammed V., yesterday reviewed the Turkish fleet, commanded by Admiral Gamble, and afterwards held a reception aboard the flagship. ...

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  25. SUICIDE AT REDFERN.

    About half-past 7 a.m. yesterday Mary M'Donald, aged 40, a married woman, living apart from her husband, was found dead in her bed at 82 Boronia-street, Redfern. Her right ...

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  26. REPUTED CENTENARIAN.

    The death of one of the oldest identities on the South Coast took place at Coledal, near Clifton, a few days ago. It is claimed that the deceased, Mrs. Thomas Evans, was 102 years of ...

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  27. AMEEICAN COMPANY TAX.

    The Senate of the United States has voted the imposition of a 2 per cent, duty on the net earnings of corporations, joint stock companies, and joint stock ...

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  28. FATAL EXPLOSION.

    A miner named Arthur Waldron was killed an the result of an accident at the Associated mine on Friday. With a mate named Hancock, deceased was boring in the face of a ...

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  29. SUGGESTED PRECAUTIONS.

    It is suggested that some police understanding, the languages of India should be imported to assist in the watching of Indian suspects in London. ...

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  30. THE EXHUMATION CASE.

    No further developments occurred to-day respecting the case of the three children whose bodies were exhumed at Karakatta Cemetery on Saturday. The analysis of the remains ...

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  31. JAPANESE SUGAR FRAUDS.

    As a sequel to the sugar frauds in Japan 23 deputies and ex-deputies have received sentences ranging from three to 10 months. The Sugar Company of Japan spent £12,000 ...

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  32. A MAORI TEAM.

    A party of 40 Maoris left Rotorua to-day for Wellington, on route for America, where they are to perform for nine months at the NewYork Hippodrome, afterwards visiting England. ...

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  33. ASSISTING INDIAN STUDENTS.

    Viscount Morley, Secretary of State for India recently established at the India Office a bureau ot information ind advice to assist Indian students in their ...

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  34. H.M.S. COMMONWEALTH.

    A circular has been issued calling for shilling subscriptions to the H.M.S. Commonwealth Fund. It is pointed out in the circular that all other States having now completed their ...

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  35. WEALTH OF BROKEN HILL.

    Already, since the termination of the strike, Broken Hill's statistics are beginning to improve. For the month of June the imports totalled in value £77,028, and the exports ...

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  36. FLOOD AT YAMBULLA.

    Yambulla is completely isolated owing to the flooded state of Towamba River. No mails have reached here since June 30. Foodstuffs are becoming scarce, and ...

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  37. THE ORLEANS WRECK.

    The Premier wired to Captain Ross, master warden at Strahan, to-day, regarding the missing boat from the wrecked barque Orleans:—"Have decided to have a new search ...

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  38. QUEENSLAND REVENUE.

    The Treasurer, referring to the Treasury returns expressed satisfaction at the nature of the same. The Commonwealth returns about £80,000 above the estimate The ...

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  39. FATAL BURNING ACCIDENTS.

    A little boy, aged 4 years, son of Mr. W. D. Cross Gilgal was, playing near a fire on Friday, when his clothes ignited. He was so severely burned that he succumbed to the ...

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  40. DIAMANTIFEROUS AFRICA.

    Herr Dernburg, German Colonial Secretary, estimates that the value of the diamantiferous deposits in German South-west Africa is £50,000,000. ...

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  41. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTION.

    The scrutiny in connection with the Torrens by-election to fill the vacancy caused through the death of Mr. Price was, concluded to-day. ...

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  42. TUMUT COUNCIL RETREATS.

    The determination of the Tumut Municipal Council to cut off the water supply at the Tumut Post-office on June 30 if the department did not pay general rates on the ...

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  43. HEAVY WEATHER SOUTH.

    Along the southern portion of our coastline heavy weather conditions continue to rule. Last night rough seas were still running at Wollongong, K[?]ama, Bateman's Bay, Moruya, ...

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  44. SUICIDE OF A SAILOR.

    A seaman named Frederick Kirk, 33 years of ago, committed suicide at Carrington this morning by cutting his throat with a razor. Kirk resided with Mrs. Mary Ann Faith, in ...

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  45. A SHOCKING TRAGEDY.

    A tragedy occurred in Foxton, a small township Dear Palmerston, early this morning. A deaf and dumb boy, son of Mr. Thomas Nye, aged 19 years shot his father dead The boy, ...

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  46. LAUNCH OF THE DANTON.

    The French battleship Danton, 17,710 tons, which stuck on the ways at Brest when an attempt was made to launch her six weeks ago, was successfully launched ...

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  47. FEDERAL QUARANTINE.

    It is not the intention of the Government to create new staffs in the several States to carry out the provisions of the Federal Quarantine Act. The Federal Executive Council ...

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  48. AIRSHIP TRAFFIC.

    France has issued ah invitation to Germany to hold a conference to settle rules for airship traffic. ...

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  49. REQUESTS TO CHARITY.

    The following bequests were made by the late Sir Geo. Shenton:—Children's Hospital, to endow cot, £1000; Methodist Home Missions, £500; four Wesley churches at ...

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  50. FIRE IN CANADA.

    A large section of Cobalt, Ontario, has been destroyed by fire, the damage [?] estimated at 500,000 dollars (£100,000). ...

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  51. UNEMPLOYED IN NEW ZEALAND.

    A deputation from local bodies, trades council and Wellington members of Parliament, asked the Minister for Labour to find work for the unemployed. It was stated [?] 1500 m[?] ...

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  52. AMATEUR WALKING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The two miles amateur walking championship at Stamford Bridge yesterday was won by Webb. Rowland, of New Zealand, was second. ...

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  53. THE CAPITAL SITE.

    The statement that Mr. Scrivener, a member of the Advisory Board respecting the Federal capital site, is now working in favour of Dalgety, and is in touch with the Trea[?] ...

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  54. AMALGAMATION OF FEDERATIONS.

    Two delegates from the Illawarra Miners' Federation attended the meeting of the Newcastle Miners' Federation Delegate Board to-day in order-to discuss a proposal to ...

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  55. BULLOCK TEAM FALLS DOWN MOUNTAIN.

    On Saturday afternoon W. Porter, of Burnett's Creek, near Boonah, was bringing his team from the head of the Condamine. When rounding a curve in the road the waggon was ...

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  56. RECOVERY OF A FOETUNE.

    The Master of the Rolls in Dublin has set aside a deed wherein Mr. John Boy[?]e, formerly of Naples, but now an inmate of a Dublin institution, conveyed a large ...

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  57. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS CYCLING.

    A 24 hours' cycling contest at the Stadium was won by Bishop, of Loudon, who covered 513 miles 1430 yards. ...

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  58. SIR THOS. BENT'S LAND TRANSACTIONS.

    Sir Thomas Bent concluded his avidence before the [?] Commission Inquiring into the land transactions of the State during the time he was Premier and his own private interest ...

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  59. HOTEL BURNED DOWN.

    The Goonambil Hotel, near Corowa, occupied by Mr. Thomas Lawrence, was burnt to the ground on Thursday morning. The fire spread so quickly that it was impossible to save ...

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  60. DOUBLE BURNING FATALITY.

    Mrs. Bill, who was badly burned at a fire in a farmhouse, near Eltham, Taranaki, on Saturday, succumbed to her injuries. One of the children has since d[?] ...

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