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  6. PECULATION IN PERSIA.

    The Persian Government has ordered the detention of a number of Americans who were formerly Treasury officials at Resht and Enzeli, alleging that it has discovered serious ...

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  7. VICTORIAN GALLOPS.

    The weather was delightfully fine at Flemington this morning. On the grass Wilari (Lambert) in the presence of her owner ran a mile in 1min. ...

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  8. CHINA'S RED-LETTER DAY.

    By way of signalising the great victory that has just been won, the Chinese newspapers in Pekin yesterday printed in red ink the three Imperial edicts regarding the abdication of ...

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  9. MEN and WOMEN

    Mr. Albert Goldie, late of "The Sun" staff, Mrs. Goldie (Miss Dulcie Deamer), and child, sailed yesterday by the Orsova for London, en route for New York. Many friends of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. BRIDGING THE

    Within a few weeks time wireless communication will be established with the South Polar regions, and Sydney will receive welcome news of the doings of the Mawson ...

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  11. HOME RULE.

    Disappointment continues to be expressed at the financial proposals outlined in connection with the Home Rule Bill. Several public bodies have suggested that ...

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  12. BROTHER SUN YAT SEN.

    Yuan Shah Kal has written to Dr. Sun Yat Sen acknowledging the new Republic, and greeting him as brother. Yuan expressed the hope that the future of ...

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  13. "I'VE NOT RESIGNED."

    Frank Iredale, one of the Australian XI. selectors, arrived in Sydney this morning from Melbourne. Discussing the defeat of the Australians in ...

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  14. AT CAULFIELD.

    At Caulfield this morning Prince Harold ran a mile in 1min. 48½sec. Loki did seven furlongs in 1min. 34sec., and Arquebuse covered a mile in 1min. 50¼sec. ...

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  15. "A PLAIN, HUMBLE CITIZEN."

    Discussing the abdication of the Throne today, Tang Shao Yi,1 who was the Imperial Envoy at the peace negotiations with the Republicans, said:--"The abdication of the ...

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  16. 80,000 PATIENTS A YEAR.

    I wish to tell the world and Homerton that in the future I absolutely refuse to attend urgent cases that interfere with the routine of my business. ...

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  17. THE BRISBANE STRIKE.

    The results attending the efforts of Messrs. Collins and O'Sullivan, the delegates from Queensland, are gratifying to both the visitors and local unionists. ...

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  18. HEIRESS AND BURGLAR.

    Desire Ferger is 42, penniless and a convicted burglar. He is now in Versailles (France) prison awaiting his trial for further crimes. Yet a beautiful wealthy girl ...

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  19. AN ALLEGED THREAT.

    Threatening language, which William Nielsen was alleged to have used to his wife on February 14, led to his appearance before Mr. Smithers, S.M., at the Water Police Court ...

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  20. LAUNDRY NOISES.

    The Equity suit of Strachan against Moore, respecting an alleged nuisance at a Forest Lodge laundry, was mentioned to Mr. Acting-Justice Rich in Chambers to-day. ...

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  21. SHOPLIFTER SENTENCED.

    Annie Lloyd, 30, who was convicted before Mr. Barnett at the Glebe Court on Monday on a charge of stealing two blouses and a bathing suit valued at £1 9s 7d, the property ...

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  22. MONTE CARLO WIN.

    An Englishman's lucky high play at the roulette tables has caused the greatest excitement at Monte Carlo. The fortunate player, who arrived at the famous gambling ...

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