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    MISS SELINA ANDERSON. Who intends to accept nomination for a seat in the Senate at he ensuing elections.(See article "The Lady Politician.")--Photo ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    MRS. H. W. STEVENSON, Wife of Mr. Stevenson the English B[?]dis (Photo by Tesla. Q.V.M.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. AN ORANGE SENSATION

    This afternoon a man named Alfred Thomas Bullock, who was visiting orange for the benefit of his health, shot himself in the temple. He was suffering from consumption ...

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  5. A SERVIAN PLOT.

    There has been a sensational development in connection with the recent assassination of King Alexander and Queen Drags of Servia. ...

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  6. BALKAN REBELLION.

    The Constantinople correspondent of the "Times" reports that it is stated in well-informed quarters that Russia and Austria are thinking of proposing their joint military ...

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  7. A.U.S. STATESMAN.

    The retirement of Mr. Elihu Root from the United States War Department recalls the fact that he was the chief instrument in the settlement of the great strike in the ...

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  8. AMBULANCE WORK.

    The Town Hall presented a gay appearance on Saturday night when the annual meeting of the Railways and Tramways Ambulance Corps was held, in the presence of a large ...

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  9. UP TO DATE.

    Forth-seven military officers have been arrested at Nish in Servia for plotting to kill the assassins of King Alexander and the Queen of Servia. ...

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  10. MARINES LANDED.

    Owing to advices which have been received that Russian and Austrian marines are being landed to protect the Emphases Colonel John Hay the United states Secretary of ...

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  11. A CRICKET CRITIC.

    "How do you tell which of the two men with the bats is Middlesex, and which is Surrey?" asked young Mrs. Caudle of her husband who bad taken her to sea the cricket match ...

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  12. WHILE THE COGNAC BURNS

    They sat in a cafe, facing each other across a little round table, spread with a fresh white cloth cluster of frosted incandescent lights cast a softly, diffused glow on the deep ...

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  13. 400 MACEDONIANS KILLED.

    A battle that has-been fought at Lake Rapeha, near Kastoria, between the Turkish troops and the Macedonians result disastrously for the latter. ...

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  14. LIPTON'S CONSOLATION.

    There is widespread sympathy in America on the failure of the Shamrock III to beat the Reliance. A movement is in progress to enable the ...

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  15. TO SCARE THE BULGARIANS.

    The forests on the Rhodope section of the Bulgarian frontier have been fired by Turks, with the object of scaring the bands from crossing. ...

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  16. SOME IRISH CUSTOMS.

    The primitive manners and customs are fast dying out in Ireland; what with light railways and a developed tourist traffic, old times and old trays are rapidly being ...

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  17. USELESS ASIATICS.

    Twenty trains are being got into readiness to carry Albanians to Adrianople. The Aefaties there have been found to be useless owing to the fact that they were ...

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  18. TALL SCORING.

    In a match with Surrey Sussex scored 600 runs for the loss of seven wickets, and then closed its innings. Ranjitstnhji was in fine from and scored 204 runs before he was ...

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  19. LATEST SHIPPING.

    Sarpedon, str., 4602 tons, Captain G[?], from Brisbane. Gilchrist, Watt, and Sanderson agents. Tomki, str., 590 tons, Captain Molloy, from ...

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  20. THE HOUR STRIKES.

    The insurgents in the south of Macedonia have issued a proclamation of a general insurrection. It is addressed to their brethren in ...

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  21. IMPERIAL DEFENCE.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" congratulates Sir Edward Hutton on the Federal Government's assent to the larger scheme of imperial defence. ...

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  22. WITTE ECLIPSED.

    M. Sepleske, the trusted lieutenant and disciple of M. Witte, will succeed the latter as Russian Minister for Finance. M. Witte's withdrawal and transfer to the ...

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  23. COPPER AND LEAD.

    Copper is quoted at £58 2s 6d spot, and at £57 7s 6d for three months. For soft, foreign lead the quotation is 117-32. ...

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  24. ENGLISH HOP CROP.

    It is estimated that the yield of the English bop crop will not exceed 425,000 cwt., and that possibly it will amount to only 850,000 cwt., while the requirements will be 800,000 ...

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  25. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The House of Representatives will on Tuesday give further consideration to the Conciliation and Arbitration Bilf, the debate on the motion for the second reading of which ...

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  26. A POPULAR WORK.

    The War Commission's report has been twice through the printing office, and the evidence once. The sales exceed all since those of the ...

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  27. WELCOME HOME.

    A "welcome home" banquet, tendered by Mr. D. S. Sullivan, president of the Annandale Bowling Club, to Mr. John Young, the patron of the club and the president of the ...

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  28. RENEWING HOSTILITIES.

    The British operations against the Mullah in Somaliland will be resumed in the middle of October. ...

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  29. A PITIABLE TALE.

    Edith Jackson, aged 28, who has been committed for trial on a charge of abandoning her female child, told the bench. A pitiable tale. She said she had been betrayed by a ...

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  30. THE LATE MR. MACARTHUR KING.

    The late Mr. Charles Maearthur King, formerly Resident Magistrate at Norfolk-Island, whose death was reported yesterday, was a resolute and determined man, although ...

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  31. STEVENSON'S STEPSON.

    Lloyd Osbourne enjoys the distinction of having begun a literary career under perhaps the most auspicious circumstances recorded in the history of literature. ...

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  32. THE KAISER'S CENSURE.

    Owing to a dispute between the civil and the military authorities. Metz has been left practically waterless. The Kaiser telegraphed to the Mayor a ...

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  33. OVER THE STICKS.

    The hunters contest at the Agricultural Show to-day resulted as follows:--Patrician. 1; Federation, 2; Romula, 3. The pony Jumping was won by Rodney, ...

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  34. BOATING TRAGEDY.

    A boating, tragedy occurred on the Barwon River, at Geelong, to-day, by which John Albany Featherstonhaugh, aged 8, a son of Dr. Featherstonhaugh was drowned. A ...

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  35. SUNK IN THE THAMES.

    There was a serious disaster in the Thames to-day. The ship Torrens, which was inward bound from Adelaide, via Table Bay, collided with ...

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  36. THE SUPER.

    He moves upon the mimic stage, Much lower than the stage, Much lower than the stars. Folk never call him "all the rage. He gets no big fat pars. ...

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  37. WATER FAMINE ENDED.

    A heavy thunderstorm broke over the town at 9 o'clock last night, and an hour's steady rain resulted in 30 points being recorded locally. At Stephen's Creek, catchment the fall ...

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  38. BURIED ALIVE.

    George Hunter, aged it years, while playing about the old diggings at New Chum Gully, was burled by a fall of earth. When taken out the child was found to have ...

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