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  4. BREVITIES.

    The Khalifa has proclaimed a holy war in the Soudan. Several of the Arab tribes have volunteered to join the British-Egyptian expedition. ...

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  6. INTERCOLONIAL.

    A magisterial inquiry was held on Thursday afternoon, at Castlemaine, on the body of an aged Chinese, found hanging by the neck to a rafter of his hut at Diamond Gully. ...

    Article : 146 words
  7. FREAKS OF A SHAM DETECTIVE.

    A man named Olfa Ferdinand Gyllen Strollan was arrested by Constable Alwood, at Lower Moira, Victoria, on Thursday, on a charge ot impersonating a detective. It is ...

    Article : 156 words
  8. ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS IN SYDNEY.

    Consideration was given on Wednesday by the New South Wales Public Works Committee to a proposal of the Government to build an electric tramway from Circular ...

    Article : 159 words
  9. AN OLD LADY KILLED.

    A fatal accident occurred on Wednesday evening at the Warrenheip (Victoria) level crossing to an old lady whose name is believed to be Mrs Blade. Little is known ...

    Article : 184 words
  10. A BALLARAT EXHIBITION CONVICTION.

    John Creegan, of the Royal Arcade, Melbourne, salesman, who was sentenced at the City Court to three months' imprisonment on a charge of obtaining money be false ...

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  11. EXPORT OF RABBITS.

    Mr W. Valentine Bailer, of Messrs. Bailey Brothers, of Flinders-street, Melbourne, produce merchants, returned by the R.M.S. Ophir to Adelaide on Wednesday. Eighteen ...

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