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  4. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    Tho Local' Board of Health took prompt, action last Monday night, when the plague was reported, and by 2 a.m. on Tuesday had communicated ...

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  6. CAPRICIOUS CARPINGS

    The appearance in Geraldton of the bubonic plague is exactly what might have been expected any time during the past seven years. The disease ...

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  7. BRITISH HONORS FOR JAPANESE NOTABILITIES.

    The Duke of Connaught yesterday, on behalf of the King, invested Admiral Togo. Marquis Oyama, and Marshal Yamagata with the Order of ...

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  8. LATEST CABLES.

    Mr. Lloyd George, replying to a question of Colonel Nugent in the Douse of Commons, announced that there were 27,104 skilled trades ...

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  9. THE POLICY OF MOROCCO.

    The "Times" correspondent at Paris states that France is firmly resolved to make no further concessions ...

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  10. PRINCE OF WALES STOPPED BY CHOLERA.

    Owing to an outbreak of cholera in the Camp of the troons of the harajah of Nepaul the Prince of Wales and suite have abs[?] their ...

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  11. COLONEL SAUNDERSON FEARS HOME RULE.

    Col. Saunderson yesterday moved in the House of Commons an amendment to the Address-in-Roply, representing that many persons in Ireland ...

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  12. A TRAITOR PUNISHED.

    George Veitch, an ex-Premier, has been sentenced to six months' imprisonment for revealing State secrets. ...

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  13. CHINESE ANTI-FOREIGN AGITATIONS.

    Japan has warned China, of the adivisability of adopting precautions against, the development of anti-foreign agitations. ...

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  14. TURKISH TROOPS.

    The Turkish troops have wantonly occupied Tabah, an Egyptian territory on the Sinai Peninsula. The British Government is taking ...

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  15. THE MOROCCAN CONFERENCE.

    Several newspapers regard tho obstructive tactics adopted by Germany at the Algeciras Conference as tending to produce failure, but France ...

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  17. GERMAN MILITARY UNREADINESS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Times" indicates that, owing to the lack of improved artillery, Germany is not in readiness for war. ...

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  18. DR. BLACK'S CALLOUSNESS.

    Dr. Black describes the telegrams received from the Geraldton health officer as hysterical. Till Dr. Blackburne arrived at Geraldton the ...

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  19. RUSSIAN REVOLUTION.

    Prince Obolensky, a Liberal member of the Zemstovs Council, has been arrested at Sebastopol. ...

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  20. THE TRANSVAAL'S WAR CONTRIBUTION.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, in replying to a question in the House of Commons, said the Government were by no means prepared in regard to the ...

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  21. REPATRIATED RAND COOLIES

    Of a total of 1596 coolies that had been repatriated from the Rand, 1233 endeavored to be re-engaged for South Africa at Chingwangta, but ...

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  22. THE BRITISH ELECTIONS.

    The election for the City of London has been fixed for February 27. There was a great meeting held in London last night of the Women's ...

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  23. BRITAIN AND RUSSIA.

    The Prime Minister, Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman, in a letter to the London correspondent of the "Novoe Vremya," the Russian Government ...

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  24. THE CHINESE QUESTION.

    Mr. 'A. J. Balfour, who is a candidate for the City of London seat, in addressing the electors, stated that the behavior of the Government ...

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  25. BANQUET TO THE CANADIAN PREMIER.

    The largest and most influential banquet ever held in Toronto was given yesterday to Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He declared that Canada's desire ...

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  26. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING.

    Dr. Blackburne the bacteriological expert and Mr. Stephens, an inspector of the Central Board of Health, arrived in town yesterday morning ...

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  27. MR. BALFOUR'S LETTER.

    The opinions expressed by Mr. Balfour, in his letter published on February 14, wore the same as those voiced in his speech in the city on ...

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  28. RUSSIAN VENGEANCE.

    Prince Orloff has executed 259 "suspects" in the Baltic provinces. ...

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  29. TELEGRAMS. INTERSTATE.

    The British ship Spetre has been driven ashore at Phillip Island, and completely wrecked. One sailor, Frank Henderson, was drowned. The rest of ...

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  31. GENERAL.

    Excited crowds in the French provinces frequently oppose the officials engaged in taking inventories of churches' property under the Church- ...

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  32. New South Wales

    On Wednesday night fire occurred in the timber yard of II. McKenzie, of Pyrmont. For a long time it defied the efforts of thirteen steam fire ...

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