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  2. THE INCOME TAX RESISTERS.

    Until the Privy Council again decides that the High Court is in error, in holding that Federal officials and members of Parliament are exempt from income tax, the Victorian ...

    Article : 111 words
  3. TRADES HALL COUNCIL.

    At the meeting of the Trades Hall [?] to-night a letter was received from Mr. [?] the chief inspector of factories, intimating that it would be no use for him to received a ...

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  4. TELEGRAPHIC

    Mr. Winans, the millionaire, has won three championships and twenty-four first prizes at the great international exhibition of horses at Olympia, the 2000 entries ...

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  5. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The disappointment felt in many quarters at the announcement by Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman of his intention to drop a number of important bills is still ...

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  6. A LITTLE HERO.

    The mayor (Cr. Semmens) pinned a gold medal on the breast of a young hero, only seven years old, yesterday. The story is most interesting. Towards the end of ...

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  7. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

    Yesterday's collection [?]eally in aid of the building fund of the Y.M.C.A. totalled £115, £60 of it coming from the young men and ...

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  8. THE CITY ATROCITY

    Some of the most important incidents connected with the murder of Mr. Bernard Bauer in his office on the sixth floor of Modern chambers on the afternoon of ...

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  10. UNIONIST DEMONSTRATION.

    A great Unionist demonstration took place at the Queen's Hall, London, last night, under the presidency of Mr. A. J. Balfour, reader of the Opposition. Mr ...

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  11. FOR BENDIGO'S MEN.

    The Young Men's Christian Association in any city is a great factor in the development of public spirit and enterprise. Public sentiment is often on a low level ...

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  12. WALKING EXTRAORDINARY.

    The latest remarkable feet in walking has just been accomplished in Manchester. For forty-one days and nights William Buckler aged fifty-six, [?] ex-sailor, [?] round the ...

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  13. CONVENT LAUNDRIES.

    The recent action of Lord Beauchamp, on behalf of the Government, in accepting an amendment exempting convent laundries from the operation of the Factory ...

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  14. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S ILLNESS.

    Mr. Chamberlain, who recently returned to London after a long absence on the Continent in search of health, reached Birmingham yesterday. He had to be ...

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  15. WOMEN AS COUNCILLORS.

    In the House of Lords last evening a Government bill rendering women eligible for election as members of county or borough councils was read a second time, ...

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  16. THE RAND STRIKE.

    Mr. J. Ramsay Macdonald, M.P., secretary of the Independent Labor Party, has received a communication from the miners of the Rand who are now on strike. ...

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  17. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Foundries and Blue v. Hustler's, in the Reserve, Foundry steam: Lowden, Filbin, Watt, McDonald, Bolitho, T. P. Holman, J. Holman, Norris, Rowe, Hocking, ...

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  18. THE MADRID TRAGEDY.

    The trial has been concluded at Madrid, before five judges sitting without a jury, of the seven persons who were alleged to be concerned in the sensational attempt, ...

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  19. INDIAN UNREST.

    The Government is persisting in its policy of firmly repressing the disloyal agitation that has caused so much uneasiness in India during the past few months. ...

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  21. EARTHQUAKE IN JAMAICA.

    A sharp shock of earthquake from the south-east was experienced at Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday. The shocks were especially severe at Port Royal, where the ...

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  22. THE NEW MAIL SHIPS.

    Sir John Forrest, the Acting Prime Minister, had very little to say to-day about the offer of Victoria to guarantee the interest of £125,000 per annum on ...

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  23. FINED £5 OR TWO MONTHS.

    At the Water Police Court to-day Peter Thompson, a coal lumper, was fined £5, in default two months' imprisonment, for assaulting Constable Jones and using violence to John ...

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  24. BENDIGO FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    A special meeting of the Bendigo Association was held at the Rifle Brigade Hotel last night Mr. E. N. Moore presiding, when the following new rules were agreed to:-- ...

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  25. DEFRAUDING NEWSPAPERS.

    A remarkable plot was disclosed in a prosecution which has taken place at Edinburgh. Four men, named Robert Simpson, ...

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  27. EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI.

    An earthquake destroyed a number of houses and two railway bridges at Valdivia, in Chili. Five people were killed. ...

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  28. SLAUGHTERMEN'S DISPUTE SETTLED.

    The difficulty between the Slaughtermen's Union and the Carcase Butchers' Association with respect to the terms of their working conditions, has been settled. ...

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  29. THE VICTIM'S PARTNER.

    Mr. Shaumer, partner of the deceased, who is coming from Western Australia, has decided to offer a reward equal to one-third of the value of any diamonds ...

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  30. FAMINE STRICKEN MILLIONS

    The latest news regarding the terrible famine in China states that famine-stricken Chinese in many localities are eating humon flesh. ...

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  31. JEWELLERS VERY ANXIOUS.

    The tragic fate of Mr. Bauer has had the effect of inducing a general feeling of uneasiness amongst the jewellers and dealers in precious stones in the metropolis. ...

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  33. RECORDS OF SUFFERING

    Mr. Andrew Grogan, aged 76, a retired Elmore farmer, who has been stopping with an old friend at 296 McCrae street, died suddenly and under circumstances which will be ma[?] ...

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  34. BOWLING EXTRAORDINARY.

    G. Dennett, the Gloucestershire slow bowler, who took 8 wickets for 9 runs in the first innings of Northamptonshire, when the team was disposed of for 12 ...

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  36. S.A. PREMIER "SHOCKED."

    Mr. Thomas Price, Premier of South Australia, states that he is shocked with the action of Mr. Bent in guaranteeing the mail subsidy. He views with alarm the ...

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  37. LAWN TENNIS.

    Mr. Norman Brookes, the Victorian lawn tennis champion, gained another success yesterday. Partnered by Mrs. Hillyard, he won ...

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  38. RIFLE SHOOTING.

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  40. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) and Sir W. Lyne (Minister of Customs), are expected to arrive at Fremantle on Thursday next. They will reach Melbourne on the following Tuesday, ...

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  41. RED CROSS SOCIETIES.

    A conference of representatives of international Red Cross Societies is being held in London, and a number of matters of interest to the society have been ...

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  42. TRADES HALLER v. BOOKMAKER.

    Lawrence Cohen, a prominent member of the Trades Hall Council, sued Robert Heatley, a bookmaker, in the Melbourne County Court yesterday, for alleged libel. The plaintiff ...

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  43. BOOM IN THE REVOLVER TRADE.

    The sensational happenings of the past few weeks have had the effect of creating a miniature "boom" in the small arms trade. ...

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  44. LAWN TENNIS.

    In the California Gully Court this afternoon Miss M. Miller, M. Taylor, and Messrs. L. Afford and T. Mathieson will meet a team from the Big Hill Club. ...

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  45. COURSING.

    The Victoria Coursing Club meeting concluded yesterday when the final for the principal event resulted as follows:-- Victoria Stakes.--Mr. R. McDonald's Cinders ...

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  46. DEATH IN THE HOSPITAL.

    Eric Raymond Lillis, aged 6 years, who was admitted to the hospital on the 9th, died yesterday from pneumonia. ...

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  47. GENERAL LORD DUNDONALD.

    Lieutenant-General the Earl of Dundonald, who was in command of the Canadian Military Forces from 1902 till 1904, has retired from the Army. ...

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  49. FINGERS CRUSHED.

    Mr. Samuel Sutton, aged 56, a blacksmith at Honsfield's Foundry, Long Gully, was treated at the hospital yesterday for crushed fingers on the right hand. He was using the steam ...

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  50. MR BARNETT IN SYDNEY.

    Mr. Barnett, who is a connection by marriage to Mr. Bauer's, has returned to Sydney from Melbourne. He holds the opinion that the determined manner in ...

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  51. BARQUE'S CARGO DAMAGED.

    The barque Hans, 376 tons, Captain C. Kirk, which left Melbourne for Channel ports on 11th March, with a cargo of wheat, has had an unfortunate voyage. ...

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  52. EAGLEHAWK.

    At the Police Court yesterday morning, Mr. E. N. Moore, P.M., gave verdicts in several debt cases, the only business listed. The social and dance in the St. Liborius' ...

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  53. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced, in his sixty-fifth year, of Sir Henry Hicks Hocking, formerly Attorney-General of Western Australia. ...

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  56. NEW ZEALAND STUDENT.

    Miss Reeves, daughter of Mr. W. P. Reeves, the High Commissioner for New Zealand, has won high honors at the Cambridge University. ...

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  57. THE WEATHER.

    It was cloudy and threatening all day yesterday with a low barometer. However, there were only a few light and very brief showers of rain, the depression being, in this district, ...

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  58. ON A SUBMARINE.

    An explosion occurred on board Submarine C8 at Portsmouth yesterday. The explosion threw Lieutenant Hart headlong into the working part of the machinery ...

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