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  4. BRUTAL FRENCH MURDERS.

    Three ringleaders of a gang, who confessed to having perpetrated twelve brutal murders, have been sentenced to death at the assizes at ...

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  5. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    A match between Australia and Gloucestershire was commenced at Bristol to-day. Macartney, Carter, Ransford, Laver and O'Connor were ...

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  6. LORD KITCHENER'S VISIT.

    Reuter's correspondent at Simla states that Lord Kitchener visits Ceylon, China and Japan before Australia. ...

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  7. HORSHAM-HAMILTON RAILWAY.

    At a largely-attended meeting of delegates from the various centres interested in the construction of a line of railway to connect the ...

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  8. NEW APPOINTMENT.

    The " Standard " states that Lord Kitchener will ultimately be the first holder of the new post designated as Chief of the Imperial General Staff. ...

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  9. LOSS OF A VALUABLE HORSE.

    Mr. Holden, jun., on Saturday night lost a valuable horse in a rather peculiar manner. He was crossing the drain near Mr. Mallinson's ...

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  10. MINE EXPLOSION.

    A telegram from St. Petersburg states that an explosion of gas occurred in the Makewska mine, in the Don district. Many men are ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. MOROCCO UNREST.

    The Kaids, near Melilla, in Morocco, surrendered to the Spaniards. ...

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  12. AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS.

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  13. OFFICIOUS CONSTABLE.

    A policeman, when making an arrest, maltreated and endeavoured to shoot two German officers at San Bernardino, in Paraguay, who ...

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  14. BOMB IN POSTAL PACKET.

    Referring to the bomb which was discovered in a packet which passed through the Sydney post-office and reached the hands of a young man ...

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  15. STEAMER WHAKATANE.

    The steamer Whakatane has been temporarily repaired, and returned to London. ...

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  16. BOXING.

    Ted. Whiting, 11.7, beat Bob Fraser, 11.5, at the cyclorama after fighting twenty two-minute rounds. ...

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  17. SCOTCH COLLIERY TROUBLES.

    Seventeen thousand Fife and Kinross miners are giving notice of the termination of their contracts as a protest against the reduction of ...

    Article : 34 words
  18. DIGBY.

    The local Band of Hope held their monthly entertainment in the Foresters' hall on Friday, when the following items were rendered:--Opening selection, ...

    Article : 109 words
  19. RAILWAY EXTENSION.

    At the last meeting of the borough council (writes our Portland correspondent) a letter was received from the Broughton to Casterton Railway ...

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  20. ORANGE DEMONSTRATION

    The city Orange demonstration took place in the town hall tonight. Mr. Snowball declared that the Jesuit influence was behind the ...

    Article : 53 words
  21. STABLE BOYS' STRIKE.

    The stable boys have obtained better wages and improved sleeping accommodation as a result of the strike, but the trainers refuse to ...

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  22. PORT FAIRY

    For many months past property has been changing hands in the borough. The latest report is that Mr. N. E. Graham has purchased ...

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  23. AN AMERICAN DEEMING.

    John Madson has been arrested at San Francisco for bigamously marrying ten women and robbing them, as well as fourteen others whom he ...

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  24. SUICIDE OF A BARMAN.

    Jno. Ashman, a barman, 20 years of age, was found hanging from a rafter at the Football Club hotel at Carlton. He had been despondent lately. ...

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  25. LIMITS OF MAGISTRATE'S POWER.

    The action of Mr. G. Read Murphy in ordering the police to arrest an applicant for an old age pension at Geelong is (according to the ...

    Article : 266 words
  26. EXTORTIONATE INTEREST.

    Judge Moule, on a motion by Harry Moss, money-lender, to admit a debt of £200 in connection with the estate of Charles Cock, found that the interest ...

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  27. KING EDWARD MEDALS.

    The King has granted the King Edward medal to five European and six native miners for risking their own lives in rescuing six native ...

    Article : 87 words
  28. "YET IT WAS NOT CONSUMED."

    The " burning bush " is the symbol of the Kirk of Scotland, with the motto " Nec tamen consumebatur." The office-bearers of a Presbyterian ...

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  29. PORTLAND.

    Owing to the disabilities imposed upon country weights and measures unions, the borough council has derided to take steps to have the western union dissolved. ...

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  30. MISSING BANK TELLER.

    The Colonial Bank has received a telegram that Fitzsimmons, the missing teller, is in Brisbane. A heavy shortage in the accounts is alleged. ...

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  31. OVERDUE BARQUE.

    The barque Sydenham, bound from Newcastle for Coquimbo, in Chili, is six weeks overdue. ...

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  32. NEW TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    President Taft, in a striking speech, made on the occasion of the Lake Champlain (Canada) tercentenary celebrations, signalised the triple ...

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  33. HAMILTON CHILDRENS' COURT.

    Mr. A. Stephens has been appointed probation officer for Hamilton under the Children's Court Act. ...

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  34. SKATING CARNIVAL.

    Final arrangements have been made for the skating carnival to be held this evening in the town hall under the auspices of the local cricket ...

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  35. HAMILTON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the above association will be held on Wednesday evening. The hon. secretary acknowledges the receipt of 10 from ...

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  36. SUFFRAGETTE JIU-JITSU.

    Thirty suffragettes are now proficient at jiu-[?]su. Ostensibly they will repel [?]ligan attacks. Vivid illustrations of another use to which the art may be [?] ...

    Article : 342 words
  37. APPOINTMENT OF A J.P.

    Mr. J. J. Desailly, of Camperdown, has been appointed a justice for the Southern bailiwick. ...

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  38. GERMAN TAXATION

    The German Reichstag has passed various taxation bills. The Social Democrats declared that. Germany was moving in the direction of ...

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  39. SPECIAL SHEEP SALE.

    Buyers are reminded that Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and Co., in conjunction with Messrs. A. E. Smith and Co., will conduct an important ...

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  40. THE LATE MR J. H. ALLAN.

    The will of James Henry Allan, gentleman, of Warrnambool, has been lodged. The estate is valued at £8864, which is left to the widow. ...

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  41. NEWFOUNDLAND SEAMEN.

    Sir Edward Morris, Premier of Newfoundland, who is now in London, has been interviewed by a press representative. He stated that ...

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  42. FOOD IN MANURE BAGS.

    The Executive has approved of regulations by the Health department, including one prohibiting the use of manure bags for the conveyance of food. ...

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  43. PYTHON AND CYCLIST.

    A curious, not to say terrifying, experience, was met with daring the week-end (says the Bulawayo " Chronicle "of June 3) by Mr. J. Willing ...

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  44. ASSISTING MINING COMPANIES.

    The Government, has granted [?]250 each to the Rutherglen Quartz Mining Co. and the Grey Horse and Dimocks, near Ballarat. ...

    Article : 44 words
  45. NEW AEROPLANE.

    Herr Josfie, a student at the Technical High School at Dresden, has invented a new type of aeroplane. A successful trial was made on ...

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  46. UTILISING PRISON LABOUR.

    The Premier (Mr. Murray) has refused to adopt a suggestion for utilising prison labour for making and maintaining main roads. ...

    Article : 40 words
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