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    OURSELVES.--Our supplement this morning contains a large amount of local news, comprising reports of the Mount. Rouse and Portland shire councils, the ...

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  6. LATEST CABLEGRAMS.

    Lord Salisbury, speaking at a meeting of the Primrose League, said that the turn in the [?] in favour of Imperialism was traceable to Majuba and the Gordon blunder. Gordon's ...

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  7. THE COMMONWEALTH BILL.

    It is announced that the Commonwealth Bill will be read in the House of Commons a second tame on the 21st of this month. Mr. Chamberlain will introduce the Bill ...

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  8. THE LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the London wool sales yesterday there was better all-round competition than on the previous day, and prices were firm. The chief operators were home buyers, continental ...

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  9. BUBONIC PLAGUE IN MELBOURNE.

    A cat and three kittens have been found in a produce store in Flindes-street infected with the plague. The store was closed and disinfected by the health authorities. ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. TRADES HALL COUNCIL.

    The Trades' Hall Council to-night carried resolutions condemning the measures taken by municipalities to prevent the spread of the plague as insufficient. The members strongly ...

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  11. IMPERIAL FEDERATION LEAGUE.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. Mr. [?] read a lecture by his [?] Holroyd, to-night at the [?] hall, under the auspices of the ...

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