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  2. CABLE NEWS.

    Public interest throughout America is now largely centred in Monday's great fights and the daily doings of the principals are being followed with the ...

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  3. CABLE NEWS.

    The decision of the Prime Minister (Mr Asquith) net to hurry forward the meeting of the conference which will diseuss the basis of a compromise, has ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Lady Peacock met a number of ladies at the Town. Hall on Wednesday afternoon, to arrange in connection with the forthcoming ball in aid of ...

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  5. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Geeling West Counoil to-night passed a resolution against the Govarnment’s high-handed action in forcing the borough into amalgamation ...

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  6. GEELONG.

    In contrast with other parte of the midland district, the Geelong watershed area reaped very little benefit from last week's monsoonal rains. At Ballon ...

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  7. FIRE AT CRESWICK.

    A disastrous fire occurred here early this morning, when the residence of Mr Thos. Fish, of Raglan street, together with the contents, was totally destroyed. ...

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  8. BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE.

    As was anticipated, Sir Arthur, Nioolson has been appointed to succeed Sir Richard Hardings, the now Viceroy of India, as Permanent ...

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  9. ILLABAROOK.

    A public meeting is to be held in the hail on Friday night to endeavor to form a district prospecting association. There are vast stretches of auriferous ...

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  10. THE NEW ACCESSION DECLARA-TION BILL.

    The Prime Minister has introduced in the House of Commons the new Accession Declaration Bill. The text of the proposed amended oath is as ...

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  11. LINTON.

    A largely attended public meeting was held in the Shire Hall on Monday evening, to consider the question of raising means to assist the widow ...

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  12. CABLE NEWS.

    News from Morocoo states that the French troops made a brilliant raid on the hinterland of Shawm, in order to stop the natives from going to Fez to ...

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  13. CABLE NEWS.

    Further details of the plana of Captain Scott's expedition to the Antarctic are announced. The Terra Nova, which has left Madeira for Cape Town, ...

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  14. LUCKY PURCHASE OF A HUT.

    A few weeks ago a young Chinaman warned Willie Ah Lung, a woodcarter, of Myers Flat, bought [?] hut and its con[?] for a few pounds from a fellow ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN COTTON.

    The experts of the British Cottongrowing Association have examined a sample of cotton grown by Mr Fletcher, of Walgetrt, New South Wales. They ...

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  16. BRITAIN'S DEFENCE.

    In the course of a debate on the army estimates in the House of Commons, Mr Haldane (Secretary of State for War) said that the desire for ...

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  17. A LEVEL CROSSING.

    The Railway Commissioners some Lime ago decided to abolish the level crossing at the railway station here land substitute an over-head bridge, to ...

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  18. MARYBOROUGH.

    Rain fell on 15 days during the month of June, 3 inches 82 points being recirded locally, as against 3 inches 12 points for the ...

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  19. “DAILY MAIL" ADVICES.

    The “Daily Mail," in its issue of today, publishes a Special fight bulletin from Reno. In an interview with a representative of the London daily, ...

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  20. ANARCHY IN ARGENTINA

    Stringent legislation has been rapidly passed by the Argentine Congress to stamp cut anarchy. Following upon a bomb outrage in a Buenos Ayres theatre, ...

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  21. PATHES PICTURES.

    The popularity of Pathes Pictures is, if anything increasing, and last night’s au lienee at the Alfred Hall was a large and enthusiastic one. The colored ...

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  22. EGYPTIAN MURDERER EXECUTED.

    The execotion of Wardani, the Egyptian student, who assassinated Boutrou Ghali Pasha, Premier of Egypt, was carried out this morning, ...

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  23. ROYAL PICTURES.

    Splendid pictures are now being shown by the Royal Company at Her Maesty’s Theatre, and the audience last evening enoyed themselves immensely. The ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Customs House clearances of tobanco for home consumption in England for the year elided 30th April last show a decrease of 9,124,619 lb as compared ...

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  25. CITY ENTERTAINERS.

    Quite a number of talented artists will appear at Her-Maesty’s Theatre to-morrow evening in connection with the City Entertainers. One of the best and most ...

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  26. MAINTAINING THE TWO-POWER STANDARD

    Mr M'Kenna, Fist Lord of the Admiralty, replying to a question by Mr J. T. Middlemore, Unionist member for Birmingham, in the House of Commons ...

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  27. A MONSTER GATE.

    The prices to be chained for admission to the fight make it possible for the total gate to amount to £80,000. Prayers for the success of “Our ...

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  28. SYAWELL.

    Spurious sovereigns are evidently in circulation in the town, as on Monday day Messrs Dane Bros, had one passed on them. The imitation was a ...

    Article : 234 words
  29. A ROMAN CATHOLIC CELEBRATION.

    The consecration of Westminster Cathedral (Roman Catholic) will be performed to-day. Elaborate rites have been arranged, and 14 prelates ...

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  30. THE WIRELESS TELEPHONE.

    Successful experiments have been made, with the Holsby wireless telephone through the earth between the Chisehurst Gaves and the Crystal ...

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  31. ARARAT.

    A social was held in the Parish Hall, in connection with the local Church of England, on Tuesday night. A pleasant programme of songs, ...

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  32. BRITISH NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

    Four hundred British warships of allclasses are being mobilised to-day for the annual naval manoeuvres. ...

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  33. TOURING AUSTRALIAN CALM'S.

    Sir George Reid, High Commissioner for Australia, has made arrangements with the War Office to permit the quartering in the Chelsea Barracks of the ...

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  34. CORDITE RESERVES.

    Mr. Arthur Chamberlian, brother of Mr Joseph Chamberlain, and chairman of Kynoch’s Limited, the well-known manufacturers of explosives, alleges. ...

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  35. SKATING.

    There was a large attendance at the Coliseum last-night. The one mile race, which was won by T. Flowers, was an oxciting one. Gibson was loading when ...

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  36. DROUGHT IN CANADA.

    The drought prevailing in Canada threatens serious injury to the crops in the western provinces. ...

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  37. JAPANESE CONSPROL IN COREA.

    The Corean police have been placed under Japanese control, pending the reorganisation of the force. ...

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  38. ACCIDENTS IN MINES.

    The Accidents in Mines Bill promised by the Home Secretary for the provision of rescue apparatus at all mines of considerable Size, and rendering the ...

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  39. GERMAN POLITICS.

    Several changes have recently taken place in the Prussian Ministry, and a fresh resignation is announced to-day, while an Imperial Minister has also ...

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  40. ROYAL LIFE SAVING SOCIETY.

    His Majesty King George has signified acceptance of the office of patron of the Royal. Life, Saying Society. Lord Desbcrough, Chairman ...

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  41. TEMPERANCE NOTES.

    Those who take the trouble to think at all must have, at times such as this, made many a good resolution, with the full intention of carrying them into ...

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  42. AMUSEMENTS.

    The production in St. Patrick’s Hall last night of Haydn[?] Imperial Mass offered the public an eagerly embraced opportunity of assisting at a unique ...

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  43. BEAUFORT.

    On Monday evening, at the Mechanics’ Institute, Superintendent Milne of Ballarat, read a paper on “Wellington” to the members of the ...

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  44. GREECE AND CRETE.

    The pavers have Addressed a note to Turkey to reassure that country cancerning, the maintenance of its rights in Orate. They alao request ...

    Article : 73 words
  45. Advertising

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  46. QUEEN MARY.

    Sir Richard solo[?] High Commis[?]ioner for South Africa on behalf of the Union, has made a valuable gift to Her Majesty Queen Mary. The ...

    Article : 87 words
  47. ANOTHER AIRSHIP DISAS-TER.

    The great German airship Zepp[?] VII. was wrecked in Westphalia yesterday. Twenty journalis[?] were aboard, in laddition to Count Zeppelin ...

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  48. BUANGOR.

    A largely increased area under cultivation is apparent this season. On Chilliscum and Woodside estates there are [?] and 600 acres respeatively under crop, ...

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  49. CANADA’S GREAT KEEP.

    The sensataonal annoucement in the “Times" and "Daily Mail" of the greet gold find in Canads, has [?] great interest in Great Britain. In ...

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  50. AERONAUTICS.

    Captain Bertrem Dickson a British field artillery officer who has lately come to the fr[?] in aviation has been successful at the H[?] meeting. A ...

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  51. GAPE CLEAR.

    The rabbit trappers on the Wo[?]dy Valloch creek are doing remarkably well this year. None of them are carning less than. £3 a week out of ...

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  52. SOAPWORKS ABLAZE.

    Extraordinary scenes ware witnessed in Gla[?] [?] [?] [?] ...

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  53. FIRST ACCOUNTS GREATLY MODIFIED.

    A big rush of [?] has [?] in to Northern British Columbis, following the [?] dis[?] in the [?] of S[?] It was [?] ...

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  54. COLAG.

    Mr J. Oliphant, curator of the [?] [?] Gardens, will an eihibi[?] of rose pruning at the gradens at [?] early date, under the auspices of ...

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  55. IMMIGRANTS FOR VIC-TORIA.

    The Victortan [?] tion arrived in London yesterday Mr M'[?] Minister for [?] [?] ...

    Article : 27 words
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