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  2. THE LUNCHEON.

    A representative gathering of about 100 ladies and gentlemen sat down to luncheon in the Wool Exchange of the Victoria Hotel. The mayor (Cr. Neil ...

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  4. MR W. H. IRVINE IN WALES

    The Hon. W. H. Irvine, ex-Premier or Victoria, has arrived in London safely, and is now visiting Lord Carrington at Gwydyr Castle, in Wales. ...

    Article : 85 words
  5. THE WAR. ANOTHER JAPANESE VESSEL SUNK.

    St. Petersburg telegrams declare that another Japanese vessel of the Shikishima type was so seriously damaged during the bombardment of Port Arthur on ...

    Article : 61 words
  6. POLITICS IN THE UNITED STATES.

    President Roosevelt has obtained a great majority of votes in the Republic Convention. The Democrats have a plurality of ...

    Article : 148 words
  7. MYSTERIOUS EPIDEMIC IN NEW YORK.

    The outbreak of a mysterious epidemic called "spotted fever" or "cerebo spinal meningitis" is reported from New York, where the disease is already stated to ...

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  8. THE UNVEILING CEREMONY

    The scone in the vicinity of the statue was a remarkably animated one, thousands having assembled to witness the Governor perform the unveiling ...

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  9. WRECKED CRUISER BOGATYR.

    It is announced at St. Petersburg that as the Russians found it impossible to refloat the cruiser Bogatyr, which was stranded on the rocks at Vladivostock, ...

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  10. NIUCHWANG RE-OCCUPIED BY RUSSIANS.

    A body of Russian artillery and mounted infantry has re-occupied Niuchwang. The entrance took place on Sunday last. ...

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  11. ESPIONAGE.

    Colonel Gordon, a British military officer, has been arrested at Le Palais in the Island of Belle lie, a few miles to the south of Brest, in the French, province ...

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  12. RUSSIAN MINES AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    With regard to the right of Russia to sow mines broadcast in the Gulf of Pechili, to the danger of the shipping of the whole world, Admiral Algernon do ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. AFRICA FOR AFRIGAN NATIVES.

    The Zulus and Swazis in South Africa are exhibiting signs of unrest and discontent, as a result of the preaching of American negro agitators, whose doctrine ...

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  14. COALITION NEGOTIATIONS.

    There is very little new to report to-day in connection with the Commonwealth coalition question. Most of the matter appearing is of a vague, ...

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  15. STRANDING OF A RUSSIAN BATTLESHIP.

    The new Russian battleship Orel, 13,000 tons, which recently met with a second misadventure, owing to the bilge pipe having been mysteriously left open, ...

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  16. THE SCOTTISH ENTERTAINERS

    Since the time when the original Kennedys' toured the colonies many years ago, nothing in the shape of Scottish entertainment has been seen in Geelong to equal or in any way ...

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  17. IN MANCHURIA.

    According to the most recent reports the Japanese advance division under the command of General Kuroki continues to remain in touch with the Russians in the ...

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  18. ON A CONTHETEMPS.

    O, marvel not, if slowly down The British Ensign fell From her who nobly wore the crown, And loved the flag so well. ...

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  19. THE RUSSIAN FRONT.

    The Russian front now extends from Haichong, a few miles to north-east of Niuchwang, on the Gulf of Liaotung, to the west of the Motienling Pass. ...

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  20. THE MINISTER FOR DEFENCE

    Sir John Forrest, in the House of Representatives to-day, asked the Prime Minister (1) whether he noticed the following paragraph in the "Argus" of the 28th April last: — ...

    Article : 191 words
  21. JAPANESE IN MANCHURIA.

    The correspondent of the "Times" on board the special despatch steamer Haimun, estimates that the Japanese have now landed at least 150,000 men in ...

    Article : 35 words
  22. NAVAL COMMAND AT VLADIVOSTOCK.

    Admiral Skrydloff, who was appointed to succeed the late Admiral Makaroff in the command of the Port Arthur squadron, and was subsequently transferred to ...

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  23. A ROWDY ELECTION MEETING.

    Mr. Barr addressed a meeting of electors at the Fitzroy Town Hall to-night. The meeting was a very noisy one, and Mr. Barr had groat difficulty in making himself heard ...

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