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  2. THE PEACE TREATY.

    The rioting at Tokio, caused by the bitter feeling of the people respecting the terms of peace arranged at Japan, is not vet over. ...

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  4. MOURNFUL EVENT AT ROCHESTER

    Quite a shock (writes our Rochester correspondent) was felt in the town yesterday morning at the announcement at, the Rev. J. Wilson, minister of the Rochester Methodist ...

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  5. EAGLEHAWK

    The committee of the Borough Council met yesterday, the mayor (Cr. Trovean) presiding. The question of the purchase of road-making machinery was discussed, and eventually the ...

    Article : 318 words
  6. THE ITALIAN EARTHQUAKES.

    The violent earthquakes in Southern Italy have been responsible for the most appalling mortality. The death roll, which at previous ...

    Article : 177 words
  7. PECULIAR EXPLOSION.

    About 10 o'clock last night residents around the locality of Arnold street, near Glasgow lane, were startled by loud report as if a gun had been discharged in the ...

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  8. A FEARFUL TRAGEDY.

    Melbourne was horror-struck yesterday to learn that Constable Charles Scammell of Sandringham, Lad murdered his wife and three children, and then committed ...

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  9. NOGI AND NODZU RESIGN

    It is reported at Tokio that Generals Nogi and Nodzu have resigned. ...

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  10. SUDDENLY TAKEN ILL.

    News has been received that Baron Komura, who acted as chief Japanese peace plenipotentiary has been suddenly taken ill. He is still in the United States. ...

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  11. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES.

    No attempt has been made in England to give any tiling like a complete summary of the losses suffered by the combatants in men and material during the war, mainly ...

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  12. OUT ON BAIL.

    George Lorie. who is out on bail, charged with attempting to shoot Mrs. Lorie, attempted to murder David Harns, at the Junction Hotel, Quambone, on Sunday ...

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  13. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

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  14. A BUSH TWO-UP SCHOOL.

    On Sunday morning four constables, disguised in plain clothes, raided a two-up school, which, it is said, has been carrying on business in the bush at the rear of the Bendigo ...

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  15. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Mr. N Howell was last night chosen as president of the Hospital Board, Mr. W. Hunter vice-president, and Mr. A. Dunstan a committeeman. ...

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  16. RECORDS OF SUFFERING.

    An aged man named William Boucher, employed as watchman at the Victoria Pyrites Works, Specimen Hill, was found dead at the works at midnight on Sunday by another on: ...

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  17. FOOTBALL.

    One of the largest crowds that has attended a football match for some time should be present in the Upper Reserve to-morrow afternoon, when the final match for the season to ...

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  18. PEA RIFLE ACCIDENT.

    Yesterday morning Leslie Cailaghan, aged 13 years, was admitted to the hospital suffering from a wound in the right hand caused by a pea rifle. He was trying the gun, and had ...

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  19. AN AGED MAN BURNED.

    A devrepid man named Michael Daforan, who is employed on a homestead at Dingee, was severely burned on Sunday. He was in the woolshed at his employer's place, when the building ...

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  20. INGLEWOOD HOSPITAL COMMITTEE

    At the adjourned hospital committee meeting this evening there were present the president (Mr. Kelly), aud Messrs. Symonds, Fairley, Isaac, Mossop, Horan, Gibbon, Gillespie, ...

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  21. FALL FROM A TREE.

    On Sunday John Laurin, aged 32, met with a nasty accident at Colbinabbin. He is a Swede, and was employed by a farmer, Mr. C. Toedtebeig. Climbing a big tree in search of birds' ...

    Article : 112 words
  22. CRICKET.

    The annual meeting of the Eaglehawk East Club was hold on Friday evening at the Rising Sun Hotel. Mr. G. Humphrey in the chair. The report and balance sheet were read and ...

    Article : 409 words
  23. CANADA'S EMIGRATION HANDBOOK.

    The Prime Minister considers that the handbook issued by the Canadian Government to induce immigrants to Canada is notable for one important omission. Commenting to-day on the ...

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  24. A FRACTURED SKULL.

    A nine-year-old lad, named John Dawee, who lives at Eaglehawk, tripped and fell while going to school yesterday morning. He struck his head violently on a stone, fracturing his ...

    Article : 59 words
  25. INTO THE YARRA.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--It is not often that any person who attempts to commit suicide is committed for trial, but to-day Eva Keady a woman of middle age, proved the ...

    Article : 138 words
  26. THE REVOLUTION.

    Latest details regarding the fighting at Baku state that the Tartars show a fanitical contempt for death. The Tartars are, therefore, proving more than a match for ...

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  27. CR. SCHOPPEE REBUFFED.

    In the City Council tins afternoon, Cr. Shoppee presented a petition, with a request that it be forwarded to the Premier, urging him to consider the claims of the Phoenix Foundry ...

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  28. INTERSTATE.

    WELLINGTON, Sunday.--Messrs. Willis. Larcombe. West and Landon, the four officials of the Christchurch Post Office who made a statement to Mr. Fisher, member of the House ...

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  29. CLARK AND PERMAN'S "POPS"

    There should be a crowded house to-morrwo evening Princess' Theatre, when the ninth of the series of these popular entertainments takes place. The artists engaged are ...

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  30. A LABOR WAR AT BAKU.

    The head of the firm of Nobel and Co. (Limited), chief oil owners at Baku, in the course of an interview, said that the catastrophe was the outcome of a political ...

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  31. THE WILLIAMSON BIO-TABLEAU.

    Had a magician in the dark ages hit upon the secret of the biograph, what, wonderful effects he might have created, like another Mark Twain at the Court of King Arthur. The ...

    Article : 296 words
  32. GOLF.

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  33. SEQUEL TO A BOXING MATCH.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.--As a result of the final of the boxing tournament at the National Sporting Club on Tuesday last. the loser Duggan, who was defeated by Griffin, of New ...

    Article : 98 words
  34. MASSACRES BY TARTARS.

    Advices from Titus state that 4000 armed Kurds, from the Persian bank of the River Aras, have joined the whole Tartar population, which has risen. ...

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  35. THE HIGH COURT.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--A reserved judgment was delivered by the High Court to-day in the matter of Crowley versus Glisson, an appeal from the judgment of the Full Court refusing ...

    Article : 63 words
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  38. A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.-- Thomas Hawkins, a Paddington bootmaker, in the course of an altercation with his wife, threw a kettle of boiling water over her. The woman was painfully ...

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  41. A GHASTLY SUICIDE.

    SYDNEY, Monday,--The body of Alexander Anderson, a carrier was to-day found at Geeron Station, near Forbes, with the head blown off. It was evident that the man had ...

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  42. THE WEATHER.

    The weather is beautiful again. An early change, however, car be expected, there being another depression on the way from the West. The rainfall on Sunday and Sunday evening, ...

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  43. POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE.

    There! was a moderate attendance in the Trades Hall last night. Mr. F. Zirkler presided. A communication was received from the central executive asking the branch to ...

    Article : 194 words
  44. OBITUARY.

    The remains of the into Mrs. Mary Ann Dowling, wife of Mr. J. Dowling, cab proprietor, of MeCrae street, were interred yesterday afternoon in the While Hills Cemetery. ...

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  47. MELBOURNE.

    Paul Antony McAnulty, ex-Taxing Master at the Supreme Court, who has been under remand at the Carlton Court on a charge of breaking a window at his son's home, was to-day further ...

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