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  5. BOXING DAY.

    Though the weather is not such as to justify the holiday being called an ideal day, it is tolerable. The various excursion steamers carried their usual large ...

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  6. ROUND THE WORLD ON THE BICYCLE

    The man who invented roadways in Austria must have loved nature ardently. Conscious that the country was beautiful, he led his roads to the summit ...

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  7. OUR CRICKET MATCHES.

    "Patience" writes to complain of what he alludes to as the "waste of time" that occurs in connection with our intercolonial and international cricket matches-- ...

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  8. "WITHOUT WIRES."

    With reference to the recent cablegram announcing that the British Post-office had successfully experimented in telegraphing signals'without wires, we ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. OUR CABLES.

    It has been ascertained that the late Shah of Persia, Nasr-el-din, who fell by the hand of an assassin a few months ago, has left an enormous fortune. ...

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  10. OUR CABLES.

    The Czar Nicholas has given his sanction to an extensive railway construction project in Eastern China. It is proposed that the line will ...

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  11. BUSH FIRES.

    The remains of Mrs and Miss O'Rourke, the two victims of the bush are that took place in the vicinity of the Grampians on Wednesday last ...

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  12. CHRISTMAS CASES

    Messrs Gann and Owen, J.S.P., attended the South Melbourne Court on Christmas day, and remanded three eases until Wednesday next. The first was that ...

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  13. AUSTRALIAN ACTRESS

    An Australian actress, Mrs Molyneaux, who has filled comparatively minor parts in Sydney and Melbourne theatres, has been given an important ...

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  14. FRANCE AND ABYSSINIA.

    The French Government has entered into negotiations with the Negus of Abyssinin, with the object of obtaining his approval to a railway project. ...

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  15. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Boxing Day. Close holiday, as usual. Intercolonial match started . Visitors won the toss, and are batting ...

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  16. HAMBURG DOCKERS.

    A number of English dock laborers who are employed at Hamburg have struck for higher wages. The employers show a disposition to ...

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  17. STORIES OF MILLAIS.

    When the late Sir John Millals was is the Scottish mountains making studies for his "Chill October" a braw Scotsman came up to him, and, watching him as ...

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  18. STOREBREAKING.

    The quietude of the western part of the city at Christmas time was taken advantage of by some of the expert thieves now at large lo make a raid ...

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  19. TWICE ASSAULTED.

    A young man named William Lawrie was charged at the Carlton Court to-day with assaulting Edward Mates. From the evidence of the prosecutor, it ...

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  20. SECTIONAL VIEW OF TWO WIRES.

    A Primary conductor in which current is started or stopped. B Secondary conductor in which induced current is caused. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. RAILWAY EMPLOYES.

    In connection with the dissatisfaction existing amongst railway employes respecting the new scheme of classification adopted by the Commissioner of ...

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  23. A SWASHBUCKLER

    General von Gossler, the new Minister of War, spoking in the Reielstag last month, dealt with the ease of lieutenant von Brusewitz, who killed a ...

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  24. SUCH IS FAME.

    Sir T. Wemyss Reid, editor of "The Speaker," tells the following interesting anecdote concerning his boyhood:-- Somewhere in the fifties, a certain boy ...

    Article : 262 words
  25. LOCKED UP.

    Jane Shallard, 10 years of age, employed by Mr Jacob Solomon, pawnbroker, Russell street, was arrested by Detectives D.G.O'Dunnell and Hunt ...

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  27. MEUM AND TUUM.

    A robbery was committed at the residence of Mrs Emma Wallace, widow, residing at No. 2 M'Dougal street. Brunswick, on the 24th inst., during the ...

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  29. NO TALKING IN PARIS THEATRES.

    "Talk about disturbing the audience of a theatre," remarked a gentleman yesterday, "you ought to see how particular they are in Paris. No such free and easy ...

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