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  2. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    The Alfred Hall at Ballarat, which is one of the largest in Victoria, was fairly well filled last night, when Mr. Deakin delivered an address to his constituents. Mr. Deakin ...

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  3. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    When the match between Essex and the Australian Eleven was resumed to-day the weather was brilliant, and the wicket was fast. Early in the day there was a ...

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  4. CZAR RETRACTS.

    It is officially announced at St. Petersburg that the speech of the Czar to the deputation of Zemstvos, promising the calling of a Legislative Assembly, has ...

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  5. BRISK SKIRMISHING.

    Field-Marshal Oyama reports: "In the vicinity of Ying-chang, on June 21, a thousand Russian infantry, pressing in the Japanese scouts, advanced as far as ...

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  6. NEWSPAPER SUSPENDED.

    The authorities of St. Petersburg have suspended the publication of the "Russ" for a month for publishing the address of the Zemstvos to the Czar. ...

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  7. THE NEXT MATCH.

    The Australians will begin their sixteenth engagement of their tour to-day against Warwickshire at Birmingham. Seven contests have taken place, and on no occasion has the ...

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  8. GERMAN PRINCE IN DANGER.

    During the successful Japanese movement which resulted in the driving of General Mischenko's force across the Liao-ho, a German Prince was nearly ...

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  9. FOREIGN SITUATION.

    M. Delafosse, who is spokesman of the Right in the French Chamber of Deputies, advocates an alliance with England which will ensure absolute and unlimited victory ...

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  10. THE BAYAN REFLOATED.

    The Russian cruiser Bayan, sunk at the taking of Port Arthur, has been refloated by the Japanese. ...

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  11. ANARCHY IN LODZ.

    A general strike has been declared at Lodz. Inns have been pillaged, and the people are panicstricken. Traffic is interrupted, and revolver firing is almost ...

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  12. EFFECT OF THE SPEECH.

    Mr. Deakin's speech at Ballarat last night raises distinctly a new situation in Federal politics. He spoke throughout as a candid friend, if not critic, of the Government. He ...

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  13. IN JAPAN'S HOSPITALS.

    There are 40,000 sick and wounded in the military hospitals in Japan. ...

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  14. PROMOTING PEACE.

    The Pilgrims Club on Friday gave a banquet to welcome Mr. Whitelaw Reid, the United States Ambassador to Great Britain. ...

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  15. MOROCCAN CONFERENCE.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Times" telegraphs that Germany is disappointed with the Note of M. Rouvier, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, on the ...

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  16. THE BOARD OF CONTROL.

    Mr. A. C. MacLaren, in an article in the "Daily Chronicle," criticises the Australian Cricket Board of Control, which he describes as being "self-formed." He says it is ...

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  17. COMMENTS ON THE SITUATION.

    The Japanese are gradually encircling the Russian position on the Chang-chun to Kirin line. That the crisis will not be delayed by any dilatoriness on the part of the Asiatics ...

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  18. ARMY SCANDAL.

    There is some controversy regarding the identity of Meyer, who in the report of the Army Contracts Committee was declared to have been a large daily gainer ...

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  19. YOUTHS WITH BOMBS.

    Two youths have been arrested with bombs in their possession near the Imperial palace of Gatchina, 30 miles southsouth-west of St. Petersburg. ...

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  20. ARMOURED DESTROYERS.

    The "Daily Express" reports that France is building two armoured torpedo-boat destroyers, with a speed of 25 knots. It is hoped that these destroyers will be ...

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  21. INDIAN ARMY.

    In a document in the Bluebook which was published on Thursday regarding the control of the Indian army, Lord Kitchener, the Commander-in-Chief, states that ...

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  22. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The Minister for Customs, with the view of obviating the complaints of passengers by oversea vessels as to the trouble experienced in passing entries on dutiable personal ...

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  23. SATURDAY'S PLAY.

    When play was resumed at Leyton to-day the weather was cooler than it had been on the previous days, and the wicket was slightly worn. The attendance was meagre. ...

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  24. RESIGNATION OF CHIEF OF STAFF.

    Lieutenant-General Sir Neville Gerald Lyttelton, Chief of the General Staff, and First Military Member of the Army Council, has resigned, owing to his being ...

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  25. ELECTORAL REGISTRARS.

    The following persons have been appointed electoral registrars in the localities specified: —L. C. P. Rutzou, of Wellmoringle; C. B. Cornish, of Marra Creek; John Sykes, of Willie, ...

    Article : 135 words
  26. HUNGARIAN PREMIER RESIGNS.

    Baron Fejervary, Premier of Hungary, in consequence of the adverse vote of the Diet, has tendered his resignation to the Emperor King, Francis Joseph. His ...

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  27. A DISAPPEARING ISLAND.

    The island of Nu-shima, which began to appear off the coast of Japan in November, and which rose to a height of 450ft, is now only 10ft above the sea, and is gradually ...

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  28. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    Empire Day was kept a close holiday, everyone appearing to join heartily in the festivities. The Chief Magistrate had an "at home" in the Government House enclosure, ...

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  29. RUSSIAN RAIDERS.

    The St. Petersburg correspondent of the "Times" reports that Count Lamsdorff, the Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, has handed to Sir Charles Hardinge, the ...

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  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A bill has been introduced into the House of Commons providing, on the occasion of the next vacancy, that the salary of the Lord Chancellor of Ireland shall be reduced ...

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  31. CANADA'S IMMIGRATION POLICY.

    Canada is embarking on an extensive scheme of immigration from Europe. She has entered into an arrangement with the North Atlantic Trading Company of ...

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  32. WHAT MR. M'LEAN SAYS.

    Mr. M'Lean, the Minister for Customs, was soon to-night, and declined, like Mr. Reid, to make any comments on Mr. Deakin's speech until he had read the report of it. He was ...

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  33. FOREIGNERS AT PORT ARTHUR.

    Reuter's Agency is informed that the advices from Chifu to the effect that European and American merchants had been ordered to leave Port Arthur are based on ...

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  34. FIRES IN THE SUBURBS.

    Shortly before daylight on Saturday a fire was discovered in the workshop of R. Wall and Sons, builders and contractors, Sloanestreet, Newtown. Considerable damage was ...

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