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  2. THE POPE'S ILLNESS.

    Telegrams from Rome report that his Holiness Pope Leo XIII. passed a tranquil night on Sunday, but on Monday morning became feebler, more depressed and ...

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  3. FEDERAL POLITICAL NOTES.

    It is the intention of the Government to introduce a bill this session dealing with the appointment of a High Commissioner for the Commonwealth in London. The ...

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  4. MORE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS.

    An earthquake shock of even greater intensity than that experienced in April last, although not so prolonged, occurred here to-night at 8.30 o'clock, and threw the ...

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  5. LUNACY REFORM.

    A representative and influential meeting of persons interested in forwarding the movement for reform in the treatment of the insane was held at the Town Hall ...

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  6. HELP -FOR THE HOSPITALS.

    At yesterday's meeting of the committee of management of the Melbourne Hospital a cheque for £121 was received from the Ascot Racing Club, being the ...

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  7. THE FAR EAST.

    The political crisis in Japan, in which the Mikado himself recently made a personal intervention, has been settled. The Marquis Ito, head of the Constitutional ...

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  8. THE EMPIRE'S FRIENDS.

    Rear-Admiral H.R.H. the Prince of Wales yesterday inspected the American squadron under Admiral Cotton's command, now lying at Spithead. ...

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  9. IMPERIAL FISCAL POLICY.

    A Foreign Office blue book has been published giving correspondence with Germany and other powers from May, 1807, to 8th July, 1903, in respect to commercial ...

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  10. FRENCH NATIONAL FETE.

    The fourteenth July, France's national fete day, was celebrated by the French residents of Melbourne by a dinner at the Crystal Cafe. Collins-street, last evening. ...

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  11. A CHINESE REBEL.

    Hong Kong telegrams report that a leader of the late rebellion in the Southern Chinese province of Yun-nan, which borders on French Tonquin, recently, on the ...

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  12. SOUTH AFRICA.

    In the House of Commons last night Mr. Brodrick, Secretary for War, during the discussion of the army estimates, stated that the expenditure on the maintenance ...

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  13. THE LAST HOPE GONE.

    Reuter's correspondent at Rome telegraphs this morning that the Pope had several attacks of vomiting last night, and that all hope of any improvement in his ...

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  14. GERMANY'S ATTITUDE.

    The "Times," commenting on the correspondence, points out that Germany, relying on England's inability, owing to her present fiscal policy, to retaliate, threatened to ...

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  15. CAPE WAR COMPENSATION LOAN.

    Sir Gordon Sprigg, Premier of Cape Colony, has given notice in the Legislative Assembly of the introduction of a bill to authorise the raising of a loan of £280,000 ...

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  16. CZAR TO VISIT ENGLAND.

    It is reported that the Czar of Russia has arranged to shortly pay a friendly visit to King Edward in England. ...

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  17. BROKEN HILL WATER FAMINE.

    In order to enable the three mines, Block 10, Central and South, which are dividing the South Australian water, to work two shifts for alternate fortnights it has been ...

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  18. BULGARIA BACKS DOWN.

    The "Neue Freie Presse," a Vienna journal, states that Bulgaria has abandoned her threatening and defiant attitude towards Turkey. The mobilisation of the Bulgarian ...

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  19. THE KING'S IRISH VISIT.

    A scene of riot and disorder took place at Dublin town hall yesterday during a discussion on the approaching visit of King Edward and Queen Alexandra to Ireland. ...

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  20. THE UNIONIST FREE-TRADERS.

    The committee of Unionist free-trade members of Parliament, formed some weeks ago by the late Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, in ...

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  21. MELBOURNE HOSPITAL'S FINANCIAL POSITION.

    The draft of the 56th annual report of the committee of management of the Melbourne Hospital was read at the board meeting of the institution yesterday and, ...

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  22. THE SOMALI CAMPAIGN.

    The special correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" in Somaliland reports that Brigadier-General Manning, commander of the expedition against the Mollah, is ...

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  23. AN AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    The London "Spectator," which supports the policy of establishing an Australian navy, in place of subsidising the Imperial navy, declares that if Australasia will ...

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  24. A PECULIAR MURDER.

    The trial was yesterday concluded of Henson, the Ramsgate bricklayer, who, in February last, lit a fuse connected with a quantity of gun cotton in his own house, ...

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  25. FREEZING WORKS AT FOOTSCRAY.

    At the Footscray council on Monday night an application was received from Mr. W. C. Angliss for permission to erect freezing works and abattoirs at Footscray. A ...

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  26. THE SERVIAN REGICIDES.

    Though the officers of the Servian army in Belgrade generally seemed to glory in the brutal and treacherous murder of King Alexander and Queen Draga, it now ...

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  27. AN AGENT-GENERAL'S REPLY.

    Mr. Allendale Grainger, Agent-General for South Australia, this morning replies in the "Times" to the letters written by Sir William Harcourt and other free ...

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  28. NEW YORK BUILDING STRIKE.

    New York telegrams report that the great strike in the building trade, which was undertaken with great determination on both sides, and an expressed intention ...

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  29. SHOCK AT ILLOWA.

    A severe shock of earthquake was experienced here at 8.28 o'clock to-night. The mechanics' institute, a large wooden ...

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  30. THE SYDNEY CELEBRATIONS.

    The French national fete celebration was somewhat marred by inclement weather to-day. There was, however, a large gathering at the Clifton Gardens, and much ...

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  31. A GERMAN NAVAL MURDER.

    The German admiralty authorities have demanded that the sentence of two years' detention in a fortress passed upon Lieutenant Huessener for the brutal and ...

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  32. EFFECT FELT AT BALLARAT.

    A shock of earthquake was experienced at Ballarat to-night. The vibration lasted 10 seconds, and was felt in a marked manner at the city fire brigade station and the ...

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  33. THE BISLEY RIFLE MATCHES.

    At the Bisley Rifle matches yesterday in the Barton competition, fired with Lee Enfield rifles, Private R. C. Dawson (New South Wales) and Captain G. Lindsay ...

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  34. REPORTS FROM POST OFFICES.

    Mr. W. Croft, manager of the E.T.O., forwards the following official memoranda:-- The postmaster at Camperdown reports:--Rivernook, Princeton, Peterborough, Newfield and ...

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  35. A CABLE BREAK.

    A break has occurred in one of the New Zealand cables between 200 and 300 miles off the New Zealand coast. The cable steamer Restorer is to be sent away to ...

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  36. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A Canadian telegram announces the death at Toronto of the Hon. J. D. Armour, Chief Justice of the Province of Ontario, one of the Dominion's representatives on the ...

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  38. MR. PROCTER IN REPLY TO MR. TAVERNER.

    Sir,--In your issue of 9th inst. is a denial by Mr. Taverner of the statements made in my letter appearing in "The Age" of 8th inst. All I can say is that the train was ...

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  39. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S POLICY.

    A Tariff Reform League has been established, absorbing within it the Tariff League lately formed to support the preferential policy of Mr. Chamberlain. The Duke of ...

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  40. THE GIPPSLAND STRIKE.

    The man E. Barton, who was arrested on Sunday afternoon at North Outtrim, has taken out a summons against Constable phelan on a charge of assault. The case ...

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  41. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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  42. THE LONDON MARKETS.

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  43. QUEENSLAND STOCK RETURNS

    The annual report of the Inspector of Stock states the number of sheep in Queensland on 31st December last was 7,213,986, a decrease of 2,900,000 on the previous year. ...

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  44. THE COAL CREEK STRIKE.

    It is rumored through the district that a settlement has been arrived at between the Coal Creek Company and the old hands, and that the company is going to do away ...

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  45. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Arrived.--Medic, steamer, from Melbourne, 28th May; Perthshire, steamer, from the Bluff, 25th May. Sailed--For Sydney: Fingal, Loch Ryan. ...

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  47. THE CRANBOURNE MURDER

    The inquest on the body of the man Ford, the victim of the murder at Skye, will be held at Dandenong on 28th inst. ...

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  48. LAW LIST.--(THIS DAY.)

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  50. A COLONIAL LEGISLATOR'S VIEW.

    Mr. John Darling, M.H.A., of South Australia, who arrived at Fremantle from England yesterday, said Mr. Chamberlain had received considerable abuse in London ...

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