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  4. AN EXCITING CAPTURE.

    The police surprised Stanley Hawkes and Thomas Warren on the premises of Rankin and Bond last night. The men were intercepted while ...

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  5. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE IRISH TROUBLE.

    Two hundred thousand people attended the funeral of the Dublin victims. Impressive scenes were witnessed, the crowds being [?]rcheaded. ...

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  6. ANNUAL GOLF BALL.

    Last evening the annual [?]all of the Hamilton Golf Club was held at the town hall, and was voted by everyone present the most ...

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  7. NECESSITY FOR UNITY.

    At the meeting of the Irish party held in the House of Commons yesterday a resolution was carried, that, while holding the police officers ...

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  8. MAGISTRATES ON HOLIDAYS.

    T. H. M'Villy and William Coamba, two justices of the peace from New Zealand, were fined to-day for bringing beer from the Canton cafe ...

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  9. Y.M.C.A.

    The educational committee's syllabus item for Tuesday evening was a mock election. Three candidates were nominated, Messrs. A. Henshall ...

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  10. HEIR TO GREAT WEALTH.

    It is believed that a young man, who was found unconscious in Christchurch-street last night is Baron Buttberg, a missing Russian ...

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  11. BOY SHOCKINGLY INJURED.

    Amongst the patients admitted to St. Vincent's hospital to-day was Patrick Canty, aged 13, with shocking injuries to the head, stated to ...

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  12. OUTRAGES IN POLAND.

    Several powder magazines have been blown up in Warsaw, and there have been a number of bomb explosions in the post offices. Many ...

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  13. COLERAINE SPECIAL SALE.

    The stove sale will be held at Coleraine to-morrow by Messrs. Dalgety and Co., in conjunction with Messrs. Young Bros., when a full ...

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  14. Items of [?]. WELL-MANAGED HOSPIRAL.

    The excellent manner in which the Hamilton hospital is conducted was reflected last night in the speeches made by subscribers at the annual ...

    Article : 125 words
  15. THOMAS V. BENNETT.

    Mr. Josiah Thomas, M.H.R., has issued a writ against Mr. James Bennett, Liberal candidate for Gippsland, for £5000 damages for alleged ...

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  16. A FIREWORKS HORROR.

    Fireworks which had been prepared for a fete, exploded in a thoroughfare at Tudela, in the province of Navarra. Twenty-five ...

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  17. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Omnes.—Every communication regarding matters affecting Federal politics forwarded to the "Spectator" must have attached to them, for ...

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  18. PORTLAND-MOUNT-GAMBIER LINE

    Excellent progress is being made with the building of the Portland to Mount Gambier railway. The workmen's train now runs out ten miles ...

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  19. BUSHWORTH-STANHOPE RAILWAY

    The Railways Standing Committee recommends to the Legislative Assembly the construction of railway of eleven miles from Rushworth to ...

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  20. [?] Spec[?]

    The best exposition of Labour politics delivered in Hamilton during the present campaign was that given in the town hall an Wednesday ...

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  21. A WEDDING FAILURE.

    Early in January of the present year the Hon. John Mitford, fourth son of Lord Redesdale, was married to Fraulein von Friedlandes Fuld, ...

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  22. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET.

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  23. HAMILTON'S FIRST-BORN WHITE MALE.

    It may not be generally known that the late Mr. William Grange Heazlewood, who droppel dead whilst walking up the town at Portland on the ...

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  24. STATE PARLIAMENT

    The Legislative Assembly spent the day on grievances. Mr. Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture, stated that the West ...

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  25. DUNKELD.

    A social evening in connection with the St. Mary's Church "of England was held in the mechanics" hall On Monday night, and proved highly ...

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  26. REBELLION IN BORNEO.

    There is a serious rebellion on the west coast of Borneo. The rebels burned villages and officials' homes, and murdered a Chinese burgomaster. ...

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  27. ALBANIAN ATROCITIES.

    Lord Morley, replying in the House of Lords to Lord Lamington, said the Government was without information concerning the atrocities in ...

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  28. PRESIDENT POINCARE.

    While the French battleship, La France, was conveying President Poincare back to France a German destroyer passed the vessel and ...

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  30. KITCHENER A BELTED EARL.

    Lord Kitchener has been elevated to an earldom, and has taken his seat in the House of Lords. ...

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  31. SPORTING CABLES.

    Playing against Surrey Sussex scored 184 and 225. Surrey made 261 and 150 for 9 wickets. Kent scored 204 and 260 against ...

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  32. A FAMOUS MINE.

    At a general meeting of shareholders in the Lord Nelson Goldmining Company, Stf Arnaud, it was decided to sell the mine and plant to a ...

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  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Albert Trott, the ex-Australian cricketer, has left the hospital. ...

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