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  2. BURGLARY AT TOORAK.

    A sensational burglary took place at Toorak late last night and has been reported to the police. Though Detective O'Donnell, who has been instructed to inquirer into the ...

    Article : 112 words
  3. PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA.

    Mr. Hannah asked the Premier if he will, at Minister of Railways, grant the request contained in the petition from the locomotive enginemen in regard to the computation of ...

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  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

    The heavy frost was apparently (says our Melbourne correspondent) responsible for the training tracks not being much in requisition, for little training was done yesterday ...

    Article : 113 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

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  6. THE EASTERN WAR.

    The Japanese have occupied Paleo, in the Island of Saghalien, after severe hand do hand fighting. The Russians retired southward. ...

    Article : 68 words
  7. THE RUSSIANS IN MANCHURIA.

    General Linievitch informs the Czar that the reports that the, Russian army is dangerously situated are not true and declares that its flanks were never turned. ...

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  8. RECORDS OF SUFFERING.

    Yesterday afternoon a, 13-year-old lad named Leo Christian, living an Rowan street, was attempting to get on a horse in Barnard street, when he fell and broke his right arm. He was ...

    Article : 126 words
  9. ROCHESTER JOCKEY CLUB.

    The club was favored for this meeting by glorious weather, which was the more appreciated from the long wintry spoil we have gone through. The racecourse, with its rich grassy ...

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  10. ROAD RACE.

    A road race amongst the members of the Golden Square Methodist Gymnastio Club was held yesterday afternoon. The run was from the Methodist Sunday School, Golden Square, ...

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  11. THE REVOLUTION

    The Czar will today (Tuesday) preside at a special meeting of the Council of Ministers, held to finally revise and complete the constitution for Russia, which has ...

    Article : 254 words
  12. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    The Bendigo Harriers had their first cross country paper-chase yesterday afternoon, in ideal weather. Again a large muster of distance men took part, and all those present ...

    Article : 159 words
  13. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of the late Mrs. Margaret Murdoch, who died aged 84, took place yesterday from the residence of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. Forbes, Bannister street, to the ...

    Article : 170 words
  14. GOLF TOURNAMENT.

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  15. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Fire Brigade held a very successful social and dance at the Mechanics' Institute this evening in aid of the apparatus fund. Chief Officer Marshall, of the Country Fire ...

    Article : 261 words
  16. MANIFESTO TO THE PEOPLE.

    The executive of the great congress of emstvos which lately met at Moscow and drafted a free, and representative constitution for Russia, is not in the least ...

    Article : 91 words
  17. PIGEON SHOOTING.

    At 3.30 this afternoon, a trophy for novice pigeon shooters, presented by Mr. J. Piggott, will be shot for at Jubilee Park. Open sweepstakes will also be decided. ...

    Article : 31 words
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  19. STRIKES IN THE SOUTH

    Serious strikes have occurred at Rostoff, a town on the Dan River, in Southern Russia. Several conflicts occurred between the strikers, the police and the soldiery, ...

    Article : 60 words
  20. A TOWN SACKED.

    Another violent disturbance is reported from Warsaw. Two thousand reservists took possession of the town of Gora-Kalwaya, near the Polish capital, and sacked ...

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  21. EAGLEHAWK

    The Loyal Catherine Lodge celebrated its anniversary by a social and dance, in the Manchester Unity Hall, last evening. About 60 couples attended, including visitors from ...

    Article : 212 words
  22. THE COPPABELLA MINE.

    Owing to the good news received today from the Coppabella mine, the stock at the first 'Change this morning was in strong demand, prices ranging up to £17 5s. In the afternoon ...

    Article : 101 words
  23. A LOYALISTS' ADDRESS.

    In reply to an address from Russian loyalists, the Czar expressed his hearty approval of its recommendation that the war should be continued until the enemy ...

    Article : 52 words
  24. FOOTBALL

    The great footballing event yesterday was the Eaglehawk-South Bendigo match at Canterbury Park, and when the game started there most have been 4000 people present, the ...

    Article : 1,102 words
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  27. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS.

    Mr. Francis E. Bradford, the electrical expert, gave evidence yesterday before the Railways Standing Committee on the proposal to construct electric tramways and railways as ...

    Article : 298 words
  28. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    The estate of Mr. John Heinz, of Ballarat, has been valued for probate at £52,251, consisting of £25,942 real and £26,309 personal. Under a will dated June ...

    Article : 183 words
  29. ROYAL PRINCESS' THEATRE

    There was again a good attendance of play-goers at the Princess Theatre last night, when Mr. Walter Sanford and his American players produced for the first time in this city the ...

    Article : 308 words
  30. THE "SONG CYCLE."

    The programme to be performed by the Watkin Mills Company in Bendigo next Monday and Tuesday will be identical with that given in Melbourne. It includes a number of ...

    Article : 182 words
  31. STATE SCHOOL CHILDREN

    The question of a daily medical inspection of all school children was discussed at length by the Central Board of Health yesterday afternoon on a report by Dr. Jones, health ...

    Article : 224 words
  32. "THE PACE THAT KILLS."

    The racing play, The Pace that Kills," will be staged tonight. The scene is laid in England, and is a story of the race track. It tells of the noble mare, Daisy, who gallantly ...

    Article : 111 words
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  34. A STRAD VIOLIN

    Amongst the employes of Mr. Newman, picture frame maker, of Royal Arcade, Melbourne, is a Mr. W. Roberts, of Williamstown. The latter had in his possession, until lately, ...

    Article : 206 words
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  36. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    Mr. O'Halloran met a large and influential number of ratepayers at the Fleece Inn Hotel, Charleston road, last evening, and briefly outlined his views on matters of municipal ...

    Article : 224 words
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