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  2. THE RUSSIAN REVOLT.

    The Russian Government, in a diplomatic note to Roumania and Turkey, has urged them to treat the mutinied crew o[?] the battleship K[?]az Potemkin as common ...

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  3. THE WAR.

    It it announced that M. Pokotiloff, Russian Minister at P[?]king, who shares the views of M. Witt[?] with regard to the war, will accompany the Russian peace ...

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  4. GREAT BRITAIN.

    The election of a member of the House of Commons for the Kingswinford Division of Staffordshire (in place of Colonel W. G. Webb, Conservative, deceased) resulted ...

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  5. THE POLITICAL CRISIS.

    Everything passed off very quietly to-day, and the fifth Commonwealth Administration has assumed ofhce undei particularly peaceful conditions Mi. Deakin was ...

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  6. SIR WILLIAM LYNE.

    Sir William John Lyne, member for [?]me (New South Wales), is an old New South Wales politician. After considerable experience as a private member of ...

    Article : 204 words
  7. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    In the singles championships at the tennis tournament. Wimbledon, Brookes (Australia) beat Gore, 3—0 (three sets to nil). ...

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  8. CZAR'S DESIRE FOR A LASTING PEACE.

    It is understood at Washington that the note from the Russian Government to President Roosevelt, naming the Russian peace plenipotemtiat[?] stated that the ...

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  9. HON. T. EWING.

    Hon T. Ewing, who takes the honorary position of Vice-President of the Executive Council, had considerable experience in the State Parliament of New South Wales ...

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  10. MUTINY ON A TRANSPORT.

    It is officially stated that the crew of the transport Prout, attached to the Black Sea fleet, mutinied, killed the second lieutenant and a boatswain, and arrested the captain ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. THE ALIENS BILL.

    The Aliens Bill having now been for some time under discussion in Committee in the House of Commons, the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour has given notice of his ...

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  12. MR. KEATING'S ESTIMATE OF QUEENSLAND.

    On his return from the Federal tour, Senator Keating, who has now been appointed to represent the Government in the Senate, expressed himself to the ...

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  13. MANCHURIAN CAMPAIGN.

    General Linievitch claims that the Russian troops destroyed a Japanese batta[?]ion on Saturday last, after storming the fortified positions held by the Japanese ...

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  14. SIR JOHN FORREST.

    The Right Hon. Sir John Forrest, who succeeds Sir George Turner at the Treasury, is a well-known figure in Australian political life. The third son of the late ...

    Article : 397 words
  15. THE BISHOPRIC OF ELY.

    It is announced that the Rev. Frederic Henry Chase. D.D., President of Queen's College, Cambridge, has been appointed Bishop of Ely, in succession to the Right ...

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  16. HEARS OF A MILITARY REVOLT.

    It is stated that Vice-Admiral Kruger, with the Black Sea fleet, left Odessa at the instance of the military authorities, who feared that the troops would revolt in ...

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  17. THE SENATE.

    In the Senate to-day, Sir Jos[?] Symon announced the resignation of the Government, and thanked the House for its kindly help. In ...

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  18. THE TRANSPORT VEEHA.

    It is stated at St. Petersburg that the transport Veeha, which joined the mutineers at Odessa last week, has since surrendered. ...

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  19. MUSICAL EXHIBITIONS IN AUSTRALASIA.

    The Prince of Wales, in presiding at the annual meeting of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, expressed his ...

    Article : 64 words
  20. THE GEORGEI POBIEDONOSETS.

    Six of the crew of the battleship Georgei Pobiedonos[?]ts, who made their submission after having joined in the mutiny, have again mutinied, and have been ...

    Article : 52 words
  21. JAPANESE SUCCESSES.

    The Japanese claim to have twice inflicted a severe defeat on a force of 400 Russian cavalry to the north of Yusyong, in Korea, and also to have repulsed an ...

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  22. DECLARING WAR ON ALL RUSSIAN VESSELS.

    The mu[?]neers on the battleship Kninz Potemkin handed to the Roumanian Prefect at Kustendji a proclamation of a remarkable character, addressed to the ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    There was not a very full attendance to-day, it being known that the proceedings would be of a purely formal nature. The outgoing Ministers took their seats on the ...

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  24. OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE MUTINY.

    The Russian official report of the naval mutiny in the Black Sea mainly confirms the details that have already been cabled. It also, emphasises that the mutiny was due ...

    Article : 44 words
  25. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The fourth series of colonial wool auctions for the present year opened to-day. Competition was brisk, and prices ruled from par to an advance of 10 per cent ...

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  26. OTHER ITEMS.

    M[?]ch indignation is being expressed among the humble classes in Russia because, while memorial services were held unobtrusively in memory of the naval ...

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  27. THE KNIAZ POTEMKIN'S MOVEMENTS.

    The present whereabouts of the battleship Kniaz Potemkin and the torpedo boat which is accompanying her are unknown, but it is reported that the Kniaz ...

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  28. WORK RESUMED AT ODESSA.

    Work has now been generally resumed at Odessa. ...

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  29. OTHER RUSSIAN ITEMS.

    Count Lamsdorff, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, denies the truth of the report that Count Cassini, who is retiring from the positron of Russian Ambassador ...

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  30. SEARCHING FOR THE KNIAZ POTEMKIN.

    The destroyer Stremitelni and several torpedo boats, which are reported to have been manned by Russian officers disguised as seamen, and ore flying the red flag, have ...

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  31. NEW RUSSIAN MINISTER FOR WAR.

    It is announced from St. Petersburg that General Roediger has succeeded General Sakharoff as Russian Minister for War. ...

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  32. HON. AUSTIN CHAPMAN.

    Hon. Austin Chapman, who has become Postmaster-General was Minister for Defence in Mr. Deakin's first Cabinet. He was born at Bowral, New South Wales, ...

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  33. BIGFIRE AT TOOWOOMBA.

    About 2.30 o'clock this morning, a fire broke out in the establishment o[?] Messrs. J. H. Jones and Co., drapers, grocers, &c., in Ruthven-street. The fire was first ...

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  34. THE SOLDIERS' FOOD.

    The reservists who struck at Bielostok, and refused the food served out to them, contrast the bad food supplied to the soldiers with the champagne suppers ...

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  35. FURTHER MUTINY.

    French advices from St. Petersburg state that of two Russian battleships anchored at Libau, in the Baltic, the crew of one mutinied. ...

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  36. PERSONAL.

    The Hon. D. F. Denham, Minister for Agriculture, left for Gympie last evening. He is expected to return to-night. The Railways Commissioner and some of ...

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  37. THE ATHERTON SHOW.

    Beatiful weather favoured the opening of the Atherton show to-day. There were about 550 people present, and the gate takings amounted to £23. There were a good ...

    Article : 275 words
  38. TRANSVAAL FRANCHISE.

    A joint deputation representing the Boer organisation, " Het Volk," and the Responsible Government, Association in the Transvaal, waited upon the Governor, ...

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  39. HON. T. PLAYFORD.

    Hon. Thomas Playford, like several of the other Ministers, is an ex-State Premier. He was born in London in 1837, and accompanied his father, Rev. Thomas ...

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  40. POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT.

    (Mr. Watson has made the following statement:—Following upon a convertsation with Mr. Deakin on Wednesday of fast week[?] when an understanding was ...

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  41. GENERAL CABLE MESSAGES.

    The new Japanese battleship Katori, of 16,400 tons displacement, and 18,000 indicated horse-power, which will have a speed of eighteen and a[?]half knots, has ...

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  42. CITY CLEANSING SERVICES.

    A special meeting of the Brisbane City Council was held yesterday afternoon for the purpose of considering the speciheations of the new contract for the cleansing ...

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  43. SOUTHERN SPORTING.

    The racing at Flemington to-day did not materially affect the betting market on the Grand National Steeplechase. In consequence of a rumour that something was ...

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  44. THE NEW MINISTRY.

    The Hon. Allied Deakin, who has for the second time become Prime Minister, formed his first Commonwealth Ministry on 24th September, 1903. He succeeded ...

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  45. A SOLOMON ISLANDS CASE.

    To Mr. Justice Cohen to-day application was made on behalf of William Henry Hazelton, an island trader, and late of the schooner Lindsay, for a writ of habeas ...

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  46. HON. L. E. GROOM.

    The Queensland representative in the Cabinet is Hon. Littleton Ernest Groom, M.A., LL[?]., and member for the Darling Downs division. He was born at ...

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  47. CANADIAN CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    The Customs revenue of Canada for the past twelve months amounted to 41,534,875 dollars, showing an increase of 1,225,961 dollars compared with the previous year. ...

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  48. STEEL RAILS COMBINATION.

    The "New York Times" publishes the statement that the manufacturers of steel rails in the United States and Europe have agreed to mutually divide the world's ...

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  49. OVERLAND PASSENGERS.

    The following passengers travelled by mail train to-day:- For Brisbane: Miss Walker, Miss Wormell, Miss Eve, Miss Pearce, Miss ...

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  50. SYDNEY STUD SHEEP SALES.

    The stud sheep sales were continued to-day by Messrs. Weaver and Perry, and there was a large attendance of buyers. There were 597 merino rams and 35 ewes ...

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  51. FRANCE AND THE KAISER.

    M. Clemenceau, in an article published in the " Aurore," a Paris daily paper, deals with the Morocco question, and condemns the course of unprovoked insults ...

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  52. MR. REID ON THE LABOUR PARTY.

    On being informed of the decision of the Labour caucus, Mr. Reid said: It is for Mr. Watson to explain to the public of Australia whether he is giving Mr. Deakin ...

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  53. LATE COMMERCIAL.

    The wheat market is firmer and active. About 2000 bags sold at 3/4½, ex siding store, and over 20,000 bags sold at 3/5 alongside ship. Flour is quoted at £7/5/ ...

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  54. LATE MINING.

    Adelaide reports the following sales:— Smith's Creek, 5/0½, 5/3; Stannary Hills, 4/9, 4/8; Menzies, 1/7, 2/2. ...

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  55. DEATH OF M. ELISEE RECLUS.

    The death is announced of M. Jean Jacques Elisee Reclus, the French geographical writer, who had also been closely identified with the Socialist movement for ...

    Article : 55 words
  56. PRODUCE MARKETS.

    Bran is irregular, quotations being 10d. spot and 9½d. to 9½d. for export; pollard, 11d. to 11[?]d. ...

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  57. Advertising

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  58. HON. I. A. ISAACS.

    The new Attorney-General (the Hon. Isaac Alfred Isaacs) is a K.C., and one of the most astute lawyers in Victoria. He is a native of Melbourne, where he was ...

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  59. EXCITEMENT IN THE COTTON MARKET.

    Great excitement prevailed in the cotton market in New York yesterday, owing to the publication of the Government estimate of the cotton crop for the coming ...

    Article : 58 words
  60. ENGLISH TALLOW MARKET.

    At yesterday's, auction sales of Australasian tallow the quantity offered was 1426 casks, and the quantity sold 62[?] casks. The price realised for mutton ...

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  62. PROPOSED NORMAN MEMORIAL.

    The Home Secretary has communicated with the Mayor of Brisbane asking for his co-operation in connection with a meeting on 26th July, when a proposal to establish ...

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