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  2. CABLE DELAYS.

    For the second time within four days our cable news has been seriously delayed. There was delay on Friday and there was delay again last night. No ...

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  3. THE BALKAN TROUBLE.

    The slowness of the Sultan to take action against the openly rebellious mountaineers has caused Austria to take active measures to guard her own interests and bring ...

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  4. DUTCH RAILWAYS.

    The railway employe troubles in Holland, which threatened serious commercial disaster last year, have again arrived at a critical stage. ...

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  5. THE INDUSTRIAL SITUATION.

    Evidence accumulates to demonstrate that Victorian manufacturers are now facing an industrial situation in which general dulness of trade, caused by the drought, ...

    Article : 327 words
  6. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    After the prorogation of Parliament yesterday afternoon, Lady Wrixon entertained members and their friends at tea. The attendance was not so large as on ...

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  7. AN ALARMING EARTHQUAKE.

    Warrnambool was this morning thrown into a state of consternation by a pronounced earthquake shock, which commenced at 9.52 and continued for 10 or 12 ...

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  8. THE RAILWAYS.

    The announcement that the ballot of members of the Locomotive and Engine Drivers' Association showed a large majority of votes against compliance with ...

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  9. FELT AT PORT FAIRY.

    A shock of earthquake was distinctly felt this morning about 10 o'clock. It seemed to be travelling from west to east. The crockery in many of the houses was heard ...

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  10. A TIMBER MERCHANT'S VIEWS.

    The industrial future of Victoria is being keenly studied by the leaders in the timber trade. Their business have been considerably influenced by practically all the ...

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  11. AT KOROIT.

    An earthquake occurred here shortly before 10 o'clock this morning. Buildings rocked and hanging lamps were set swinging for a few seconds. The shock appeared ...

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  12. STATEMENTS BY THE GOVERNMENT ASTRONOMER.

    Mr. Baracchi, the Government Astronomer, yesterday received from Warrnambool a short telegraphic account of the occurrence. There had been no premonition of ...

    Article : 219 words
  13. PROTECTIONIST CAMPAIGN.

    The protectionist campaign was continued at Frankston this evening, when Mr. W. T. G. Kelly, and Mr. E. Joske, members of the Protectionist Association, addressed a ...

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  14. A SWISS LAND TROUBLE.

    At Basle, in Switzerland, 2500 masons struck work yesterday, and stoned the police who endeavored to protect men who had refused to join in the strike. Troops ...

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  15. MORE PROTECTION NEEDED.

    One of the most important national industries in Victoria is that connected with the manufacture of bar iron of every description. Its existence is, however, ...

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  16. SHOCKS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Sir Charles had received telegrams this morning from Gladstone and Georgetown reporting a sharp shock of earthquake at 10.30 a.m. (South Australian time), passing ...

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  17. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Geisha has apparently lost none of its hold upon the taste of the Melbourne public. Unlike a number of comic operas that have been produced in recent years, ...

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  18. THE GORDON SCANDAL.

    A writ of sequestration has been issued by the London courts against the estate of Lady Granville Gordon who lately defied the jurisdiction of the Divorce ...

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  19. HOW THE WOOLLEN MILLS ARE AFFECTED.

    Mr. Alexander Bell, chairman of the Ballarat Woollen and Worsted Company, states much of the depression in the manufacturing trade had been caused ...

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  20. THE MISSING WOMAN.

    No tidings have been heard either by the police or by the friends of Mrs. Rosa Scholz, who has been missing from home since 6th February. The husband of ...

    Article : 206 words
  21. THE VENEZUELA PROTOCOLS.

    England and Germany, have proposed an amendment of some importance to the Venezuela arbitration protocols signed last month, and have submitted it to Mr. ...

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  22. PORT OF LONDON BILL.

    In the House of Commons last night Mr. Gerald Balfour, President of the Board of Trade, introduced a bill to provide for the better regulation of the port of London, ...

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  23. IS THE TRADES HALL A POLITICAL BODY?

    When the Railway Employes' Association recently affiliated with the Trades Hall the Minister, after considering the position, decided that it should with ...

    Article : 633 words
  24. THE HAT INDUSTRY.

    "The tariff," observes Mr. Shaw, manager of the Denton Mills, "has interfered largely with our Victorian business. There has been a falling off to the extent of ...

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  25. A DRAMATIC LIBEL CASE.

    A slander action, brought against the proprietors the proprietors of the London "Express," by the author of the successful play A Message From Mars, resulted yesterday in a ...

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  26. THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    The Premier of South Australia, accompanied by the Attorney-General, Mr. J. H. Gordon, will leave Adelaide for Sydney on Wednesday to attend the Premiers' ...

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  27. THE SOMALI CAMPAIGN.

    Reports received by Brigadier-General Manning, commander of the Somaliland expedition, state that the forces of the Mad Mollah, which have concentrated at ...

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  28. SIR HECTOR MACDONALD.

    It is probable that two Scottish memorials of the late Sir Hector Macdonald will be erected--one at his grave, in Dean's Cemetery, Edinburgh, and the other at his ...

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  29. THE VICTORIAN JAM TRADE.

    Federation having taken away from Victorian jam makers the rebate of £3 per ton on sugar used in their manufactures and exposed them to the powerful ...

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  30. THE KING.

    The enthusiasm with which King Edward is being received in Portugal, and with which he is expected in Italy, is shared in France, where the leading Parisian ...

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  31. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENTS.

    A camp order, giving in great detail the arrangements for the sham fight, in which all the troops at Sunbury will engage on Monday, was issued yesterday. Briefly ...

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  32. DISCUSSION IN CEYLON COUNCIL.

    The "Ceylon Observer" of 26th March contains the following report of a discussion in the Legislative Council on 24th. March:-- ...

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  33. THE BELGIANS ON THE NILE.

    Further particulars have been made public in respect to the British intimation to Belgium that the Congo Free State must withdraw from the Bahr-el-Ghazal and ...

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  34. NEW CYCLING RECORD.

    Frank Beauchamp to-day lowered the five miles cycling record. His first and second miles took 1 min. 43 2-5th sec. each, and the third 1 min. 39 1-5th sec. He then ...

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  35. CHURCH AND STATE IN FRANCE

    M. Coombes, the Premier of France, who lately obtained the authorisation of both Chambers for the carrying out of his threat of refuse authorisation under the Religious ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. PLAGUE IN BRISBANE.

    A fatal case of plague at Brisbane has been reported, the victim being a boy aged fifteen years. He was taken to the Children's Hospital on Saturday and treated ...

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  37. A RABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE

    A strike has occurred among the rabbit, trappers to the Border Preserving Works, as the result of the refusal of the manager to pay 4d. per pair instead of 3½d., as at ...

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  38. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. King Hedley, Anglo-Australian actor and theatrical manager, has secured a lease of Mr. Wyndham's new London Theatre, and Mr. Forbes Robertson will ...

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  39. STATEMENT BY THE PREMIER.

    The Premier yesterday brought before the Cabinet the question of the refusal of the members of the Locomotive Engine Drivers and Firemen's Association to ...

    Article : 194 words
  40. PRISON REFORM.

    Sir,--The Chief Secretary, who presided at Miss Goldstein's lecture last night, hazarded the statement that "in Victoria we reform fully 80 per cent, of our ...

    Article : 203 words
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  42. MR. ROBERT REID.

    The State Premier was yesterday, interrogated as to whether the Government intended to take any action with regard to Mr. Robert Reid and his position as a ...

    Article : 161 words
  43. INTER-STATE CRICKET.

    The Victorian cricketers who are to play a series of matches in Western Australia arrived, in the R.M.S. Oroya this morning, after a rough trip. They were met by a ...

    Article : 145 words
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  45. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Oceana arrived at Suez from Australia morning 6th. ...

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