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    H.M. THE QUEEN OF ITALY. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 9 words
  3. ANOTHER RAID.

    It has been a matter of most persistent questioning, not for days, or for months, but tor years, as to why the certain "two-up" schools in the city had not attracted the ...

    Article : 264 words
  4. MANY WRECKS.

    There has been a series of fierce gales on the British coasts, which are, strewn with wreckage. Many fatalities have occurred in connection ...

    Article : 72 words
  5. THE METROPOLITAN.

    There was, a large crowd at Tattersall's last night when the card for the Metropolitan Stakes was read. During proceedings the following wagers ...

    Article : 668 words
  6. THE POPULAR POETS.

    The popular poet who is prudent will not seek his inspiration current events. While Kipling confined himself to "Last Chanteys," or even to engine epics in little, his sales were ...

    Article : 379 words
  7. BALKAN REBELLION.

    General Petroff, the Bulgarian Premier and Minister for Foreign Affairs[?] intimated to the Powers that unless means are devised to restrain the Turks from committing excesses ...

    Article : 65 words
  8. THE QUEEN OF PORTUGAL.

    Whose husband has Just been made an Admiral in the British Navy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MUTILATED BY A TRAM.

    At about half-past 11 last night a mans whose name was not disclosed, walked be front of a tram coming into Sydney at Aber-cromble-street, and was knocked down. His ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. UP TO DATE.

    "The storm just experienced in England wan the worst known fore years. The breakwater work at Dover have been badly damaged. ...

    Article : 838 words
  11. ANOTHER MASSACRE.

    Two thousand Turks with two guns [?]nded and attacked Vastriko, but the town is still in possession of the insurgents. A Consular report from Salonika states that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 104 words
  12. THE WORST TOR YEARS.

    The storm is described as one of the worst experienced for years. Every part of the British coast suffered- more or less from the effects of the gale. At ...

    Article : 207 words
  13. CAMP LIFE.

    The man who has "roughed" it in the back blocks will tell you seriously that he prefer the hard, cold ground ae a sleeping-place to the softness of a feather bed In a cosy room. ...

    Article : 944 words
  14. JOHN HAY.

    If one were asked to name the Foreign Minister who administered his office with tho greatest ability the answer would probably be:-- ...

    Article : 555 words
  15. COTTON CRISIS.

    The cotton mills at Fall River (U.S.)., which recently stopped work as a result of the crisis in the trade, are resuming operations. ...

    Article : 37 words
  16. IRISH UNIVERSITIES.

    Sir Robert Taylor, the author of the recent land conference in Ireland between the landlords and the Nationalists with respect to Mr. Wyndham's Irish Land Bill is convening a ...

    Article : 63 words
  17. THE STARS AND STRIPES.

    The other day it was reported that a Unite! States warship had hoisted the Staw and Stripes on seven uninhabited islands of the coast of Borneo. ...

    Article : 93 words
  18. LEFT FOR BEYROUT.

    The German warship Moltke, with 400 men, has left Lisbon for Beyrout, in Syria, where several Christians were recently massacred by Mahommedans, and where a further rising ...

    Article : 37 words
  19. DUNCAN GILLIES DEAD.

    The Hon Duncan Gillies. Speaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, died at 10.30 his morning, in his official chambers at the State Parlament House. He was 70 ...

    Article : 568 words
  20. A LUCKY ACCIDENT.

    A factory at Marseilles, where the recent outbreak of plague, originated, has been totally destroyed by fire accidentally. ...

    Article : 28 words
  21. IMPERIAL DEFENCES.

    The newspapers have published Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman's memorandum laid before the Harlington Commission, showing his objection to the establishment of a chief of ...

    Article : 84 words
  22. LOST HIS HEAD.

    The Chinese reformer Shenkewel, who was correspondent for several Japanese papers, has been beheaded at Pekin ...

    Article : 24 words
  23. LEAD.

    Soft foreign lead is quoted at £11 12s 6d. The Imports amount to 20,835 tons, of which 6142 tons are from Australia, and the exports to 3595 tons. ...

    Article : 41 words
  24. FELL OVERBOARD.

    While loading operations Were being carried out on the s.s. Kiama Mr. J. Egglestone, of this town, slipped and fell into the water. In falling he struck his head on a fender, ...

    Article : 118 words
  25. A MAN IN THE HOUSE.

    The other evening, as a muscular person was passing a house, a lady who stood at the gate called, out to 'Him, "Sir, Lappeal to you for protection. ...

    Article : 250 words
  26. A NEW GUINEA BRIDE.

    The islanders or New Guinea are affianced at a very tender age, but are afterwards forbidden to associate with each other. Indeed, this is earned so far that the girl may not ...

    Article : 249 words
  27. SPORTS AT NOWRA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 219 words
  28. IT PAID BETTER.

    "There," said the New Broom, handing the classic-faced Hebe two threepenny bits, "Is some Fiddler's money for you." It is quite clear you have not been to ...

    Article : 137 words
  29. HE FOUND IT TOUGH.

    "Well, Mr. Finnigan, did the porous plaster which I sent you help your back?" inquired the doctor. "Well, doctor," replied the patient, [?] ...

    Article : 120 words
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