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  2. CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—[?]e me hasten to assure your correspondent, "H.E.M.," that I had no possible intention throwing cold water on his suggestion to form a purely Welsh ...

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  3. CABLE NEWS.

    Telegrams received by French newspapers from St. Petersburg state that the disaster to the Russian army exceeds even the most pessimistic ...

    Article : 54 words
  4. CABLE NEWS.

    It is reported that 40,000 of the peasants in Central Russia are armed, and agrarian disturbances, organised by a terrorist committee, are apprehended ...

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  5. INTERSTATE NEWS.

    An important matter was laid before the Tasmanian Government this morning, when it was asked to communicate with the councils of the Universities in ...

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  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A fire mysteriously started in the old workings, at a depth of 1850 feet, at the Carlisle mine, Long Gully, on Friday afternoon, and is still active. ...

    Article : 191 words
  7. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 200 words
  8. ARMENIAN ASPIRATIONS.

    The Armenians boast that the yare hopeful of reviving tho kingdom of Armonia. ...

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  9. SUDDEN DEATHS IN THE STREET.

    Two shockingly sudden deaths occurred in Ballarat on Saturday evening, the victims in both instances being old age pensioners, who died in the ...

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  10. MUKDEN OCCUPIED BY THE JAPANESE.

    The Japanese occupied Mukden at 10 a.m. on Friday. ...

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  11. DIU-SHUN-TUN BOMBARDED.

    After the Japanese had occupied and abandoned Bahin, on the Hunho, terribly sanguinary fighting took place on the river, the contest being centred ...

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  12. AFFAIRS IN THE CAUCASUS.

    Many Russian officials in the Caucasian villages have been assassinated. The populace arc more hostile in their ...

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  13. CONFLICT BETWEEN STRIKERS AND THE POLICE.

    A conflict has occurred between the police and the strikers at Bakhmut, a mining town in the southern province of Ekaterinoslov. The miners had become ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. CHARGE OF USING BAD LANGUAGE.

    At the Police Court to-day, Frederick Graham war charged with using obscene language. The case was before the court yesterday, when two ...

    Article : 91 words
  15. RUSSIANS IN A TIGHT CORNER.

    The correspondent of the “Daily Telegraph” at Tokio declares on what he states is official authority that 200,000 Russians are enveloped in a ...

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  16. DUNEDIN SPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 131 words
  17. ATTEMPT ON A GOVERNOR.

    At Kutais, in Trans-Caucasia, where there was serious rioting a week ago, an attempt has been made on the life of the Governor. Six shots were fired at ...

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  18. RUSSIANS AT TIE-LING.

    A Renter’s telegram from Tie-ling states that the condition of the Russians on Thursday was very good, though critical. ...

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  19. ARARAT.

    Mr F. H. Eeles, barrister, who is about to take a [?] to England, under medical advice, was entertained at dinner on Friday evening at the Ararat ...

    Article : 138 words
  20. LORD ROSEBERY.

    Lord Rosebery, in the course of a speech delivered at the Liberal Club, of the city of London, referred to a number of important political and national ...

    Article : 219 words
  21. DRAINAGE INTO THE LAKE.

    Sir,—Some time ago I drew attention to the fact that in spite of repeated promises from the Convent authorities to have the sewerape diverted or means used ...

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  22. GENERAL KUROPATKIN’S REPORT

    General Kuropatkin has reported that the Jananese are cannonading the route of retreat east and west near Tawan and Puho, but the armies are now out of ...

    Article : 37 words
  23. MELBOURNE NEWS.

    On Saturday evening, at Prince’s Court, Detectives Mercer, Fryer, and Bannon arrested Samuel Horrocks on a charge of indecently assaulting a boy ...

    Article : 33 words
  24. Advertising

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    Advertising : 543 words
  25. THE RUSSIAN LOSSES.

    Up to Thursday night the Russian losses wore officially estimated at 65,000. ...

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  26. SPORTING NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 6,695 words
  27. FIRE AT COLLINGWOOD.

    On Saturday evening a fire occurred in Smith street, Collingwood, and a three-storied building, occupied as an ironmongery and dwelling by L. ...

    Article : 63 words
  28. GENERAL NOJI'S SUCCESS.

    The troops under General Noji advanced on General Kuropatkin unexpectedly. Swift movements being the chief cause of the Japanese success at ...

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  29. BUNINYONG.

    The church anniversary of the local Methodist Church was celebrated on Sunday. Three sermons were preached—In the morning by the Rev. ...

    Article : 109 words
  30. NEWS OF THE RUSSIAN DEFEAT.

    The news of the Russian defeat at Mukden was concealed from the public at St. Petersburg, and is just beginning to be made known. ...

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  31. SOLDIERS’ MEMORIAL UNVEILED.

    Avery large gathering took place today at St. Kilda, when the Governor unveiled the memorial to the St. Kilda soldiers who fell in the Boer war. ...

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  32. MRS. STANFORD’S DEATH.

    A coroner's inquest has been held at Honolulu on the death of Mrs Stanford, who died at that port. The jury found that Mrs Stanford was poisoned with ...

    Article : 48 words
  33. A TRADESMAN'S SUICIDE.

    A Pra[?]ran baker named Fred. Litz committed suicide by hanging himself in room at his residence. Phoenix street, on Saturday night. When found by his ...

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  34. FEELING IN RUSSIA.

    The general feeling throughout Russia is one of great indignation against the Czar, for continuing the war in direct opposition to the advice of his ...

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  35. CRESWICK.

    Mrs Ward, wife of Mr Jonah Ward, and her son. secured an extra good haul of fish on Friday, in the Newlyn Water Works. The basket contained 40 lb ...

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  36. PECULIAR FATALITY.

    A death under rather peculiar circumstances of a child named Malcolm Hewatt, aged 19 months, has been reported. The child lived with his mother ...

    Article : 130 words
  37. RISING OF SOMALIS.

    Advices received at Mombassa state that it is reported that 9000 Somalis attacked Marka, a town on the east coast of Somaliland, and annihilated the ...

    Article : 37 words
  38. CONSULAR TELEGRAM.

    Tho Japanese Consul in Sydney today received from Tokio the following official telegram, confirming the reports that the Japanese troops have ...

    Article : 76 words
  39. GORDON.

    On Saturday night a heavy frost set in at Wallace, Bungaree, Bolwarrah, and other places, which did a great deal of injury to the potato crops. This ...

    Article : 57 words
  40. EXPLOSION IN A WELSH COLLIERY

    An explosion, causing great loss of life, has occurred in the Cambrian collieries in Llwintia, Wales. The explosing occurred during changing shifts. ...

    Article : 54 words
  41. GEELONG.

    Mr Peter Smyth, J.P., held a magisterial enquiry at the Morgue on Saturday concerning tho death of the man Archibald Beaton, whose body was found ...

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  42. DDDFELLOWS’ DISTRICT COUNCIL.

    The G.U.O.O.F. District Council assembled in their hall, Grenville street, on Saturday night to bid farewell to Thomas Leigh, Grand Director, who is leaving ...

    Article : 234 words
  43. THE BALTIC FLEET.

    Four of the vessels attached to the Baltic fleet, under Admiral Rozdestvensky, are reported to be virtually incapacitated from using their big ...

    Article : 55 words
  44. THE KING’S LEVEE.

    Among these present at tho King’s Levee to-day were Colonel Makin, Major Parnell and Sir Malcolm M’Eacharn. ...

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  45. A STRIKE COLLAPSES.

    The strike of 5000 men employed on the elevated and the subway railways in New York has collapsed, and the service has been restored to normal conditions. ...

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  46. VESSELS COVERED WITH SEA-WEED.

    The captain of a collier which lias just arrived at Durban reports that the ships of the Baltic fleet are covered with seaweed, rendering it impossible ...

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  47. OBITUARY.

    The deat is announced of Mr Stephen William Silver, of Letcombe Manor, Letcombe Regis, Wantage, Berks, the founder of the firm of S. W. Silver and ...

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  48. ROZDESTVENSKY’S SUPPLIES STOPPED.

    The Russian Government has ordered Antwerp firms to cease shipping meats, explosives, and ammunition to the Baltic, fleet, under Admiral ...

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  49. COLONIAL WOOL SALES.

    The wool sales were continued to-day prices being firm and opening rates were maintained. Some merino wools were withdrawn from the sale. ...

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  50. THE DOGGER BANK OUTRAGE.

    The action of the Hull Board of Trade in reducing the trawlers’ claim from £1OO,OOO to £65,000 has created great dissatisfaction. ...

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  51. PARKINA-FOLDESY CONCERT.

    One of the chief of the many attraction promised at Ballarat by Mr J. C. Williamson during 1905 is the visit of the Purkina-Poldesy Concert Company on Wednesday ...

    Article : 266 words
  52. A STREET ROW.

    The sight of Constable O’Brien trying, in the midst of a crowd-whose sympathies were against him, to arrest a young man named Henry Watson, ...

    Article : 138 words
  53. TRADES DISPUTE BILL.

    The Trades Unions Trades Disputes Bill has been carried in tho House of Commons for the second time, the voting being 252 for and 130 against. ...

    Article : 76 words
  54. MINERS’ REST.

    An enthusiastic meeting of the members of the local M.I.A. was held in the Mechanics’ Hall on Thursday evening last. The principal business transacted ...

    Article : 143 words
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