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  2. BRITAIN AND TURKEY.

    The Correspondent correspondent of the Daily Telegraph states that the Sultan of Turkey is "greatly impressed" by the British ultimatum, which expires in a few ...

    Article : 143 words
  3. THE NATAL RISING.

    It is reported from Durban that assegai-heads and Snider cartridges are being imported into Zululand from Birmingham find Germany for the use of the rebels. ...

    Article : 97 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

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  5. THE MEDICAL BOYCOTT

    It will be remembered that some months ago a move was made by certain allopathic members of the medical profession to boycott Dr. Cook, because he is a homocopathist, Within the ...

    Article : 416 words
  6. NATIVES ON THE MOVE.

    No further fighting has taken place. Colonel Mackenzie, who commands the troops operating against the rebels, has arrived at Ukandhala ...

    Article : 89 words
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  8. A STRIP OF EGYPTIAN TERRITORY SEIZED.

    Advices from Ghuzzaz report that the Turks seized a strip of 100,000 acres of Egyptian territory on the Syrian frontier ...

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  9. THE SULTAN'S NOMINAL SUZERAINTY

    When the British warship Minerva landed Colonel Mantellat El Risah, the Turkish commander protested against his presence, declaring that the Khedive of ...

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  10. FOOTBALL.

    That the new association possesses three teams closely matched has been demonstrated in the two games decided this season. California Gully were downed by South Bendigo after an ...

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  11. RABBITS AND CHICKEN CHOLERA

    The proposal by Dr. Dansze, of Paris, to introduce chicken cholera virus into Australia, in the hope of exterminating rabbit's, and in furtherance of those ...

    Article : 226 words
  12. RUSSIA.

    All organisation known as the Economic Society met at St. Petersburg yesterday, to discuss the task which lies before the National Duma. ...

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  13. BRITISH POLITICS.

    In the Speech from the Throne at the opening of the Imperial Parliament in February last, it was announced that the Government intended to introduce a bill ...

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  14. FIRST-RATE ASSOCIATION.

    Buck Crock defeated Quarry Hill yesterday at the Show Grounds, by 10 points, 4 goals 5 behinds. Quarry Hill 3 goals 1 behind. The most prominent players for the victors were ...

    Article : 59 words
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  16. ANOTHER PROMINENT VICTIM.

    News has been received that Count Ignatieff has been assassinated at Kieff. It is uncertain which Count Ignatieff is referred to, but the victim is probably ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. NORTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION.

    The Northern District Association mot last night, Mr. W. Wilkie in the chair. The South Bendigo Club notified that Mr. R. Herron had been appointed one of the delegates vice Mr. ...

    Article : 543 words
  18. THE TWO GERMAN EMPERORS

    The Emperor William of Germany has expressed a desire to meet the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria at Schonbrunn, in Bohemia, on June 6. The Raiser's ...

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  19. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    In the House of Commons last night the debate on the Education Bill was marked with great, heat. ...

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  20. VESUVIUS AGAIN THREATENING.

    Intelligence has been received that Vesuvius is again emitting smoke, which is overspreading the mountain dike an umbrella. Electrical discharges and loud ...

    Article : 44 words
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  22. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S SENTIMENTS.

    Mr. Chamberlain, speaking at a banquet in London last night, said, "Only by voluntary mutual- agreement and goodwill can we hope to wold closer the motherland and ...

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  23. AN ALLEGED NABOTH'S VINEYARD

    At the Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court to-day, before Mr, Justice C[?]ssen, and a jury, Joseph McWaters, a resident of Dederang, aged 72 yearn, was charged with having ...

    Article : 550 words
  24. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Unusual interest has been aroused at Bairnsdale by a runaway match, the parties to which are young people well known throughout the district. The young lady ...

    Article : 315 words
  25. A BOER PLOT.

    Sensational statements have been made by Portuguese newspapers with respect to the Boers who settled in Angola, on the west coast of Africa after the recent war. ...

    Article : 79 words
  26. ATTACKS ON MILLIONAIRES.

    A shocking murder is reported from the United States to-day. The victim was Mr. Charles Speir, a leading member of the Standard Oil Company. He discovered a ...

    Article : 100 words
  27. CRICKET.

    A special meeting of the Victorian Cricket Association was held this evening, Mr. H. Rush presiding. The resolution passed in October giving the M.C.C. one member on the board of ...

    Article : 205 words
  28. A MILLIONAIRE'S SAFE BOBBED.

    Mr. Joseph Letter, the well-known millionaire (brother of Lady Curzon) of Chicago, has been the victim of a daring burglary. ...

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  29. A PATHETIC FRATERNAL VISIT.

    Mr. W. H. Grainger, the ex-Inspector of Mines for this district, is very ill at his home, Strathfieldsaye road. His medical adviser, Dr. Fullerton, holds out very ...

    Article : 231 words
  30. LAWN TENNIS.

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  33. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION.

    The opening match of tho season in connection with the Bendigo District Football Association, took place yesterday afternoon. There was not a large attendance, and not ...

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  34. EAGLEHAWK

    The anniversary of St. Peter's Sunday school was further celebrated yesterday, when a tea and concert was held in the Town Hall. A large number of scholars and parents sat down ...

    Article : 171 words
  35. GOLF

    The men a monthly medal competition yesterday was entered into with great spirit, there being a large entrance for the event. After a close competition the match was won by Dr. ...

    Article : 192 words
  36. INTERSTATE.

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday.-- The Governor of New Zealand. Lord Plunket, has been elected Grand! Master of the Masonic Grand Lodge of New Zealand. ...

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  38. THE MANLY TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.-- Mrs. Rootesr, the unfortunate young; woman who was shot three times in the book by her husband, last night, at Manly, succumbed to her wounds early this ...

    Article : 119 words
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  40. BOWLS.

    Yesterday afternoon several games were played in the series of matches for the president's single trophy,. The final will probably be decided next Wednesday. ...

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  41. "TAMBOUR MAJOR;"

    The Princess' Theatre was again crowded from floor to ceiling had evening, when Mr. Anderson's company presented "Tambour Major" for the third time. "In fact." as Mr. ...

    Article : 284 words
  42. AN ATROCIOUS PARENT.

    At the South Melbourne Court yesterday morning, before Messrs. Smith, Hartley and McArthur, J.'P., a young man named Albert Rogerson was charged with having wilfully ...

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  43. TERRIER COURSING.

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