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  4. PRINCESS'S THEATRE, TO-NIGHT.

    Scene from Mam'zelle Nitouche, in Act I. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. "BROUGHT DOWN."

    An exciting event took place at South Yarra this morning, when a man, suspected of attempted burglary, was hunted out of Bernard Birnbaum'a ...

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  6. OUR CABLES.

    The brother of the mail James Canham Read, sentenced to death for the murder of Florence Dennis at Prittlewell, asserts that Read can absaolutely prove his ...

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  7. OUR CABLES.

    Mr Cecil Rhodes, the Premier of Cape Colony, has arrived in England. On landing at Plymouth be was received by a deputation of local ...

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  8. OUR TELEPHONE.

    Halloa ! HERALD, An old journalist craves a word or two with you about so called spirisualistic phenomena, which has been again in evidence recently, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. THE WATCHMAN FIRED.

    A sensational affair occurred early this morning in Edward-lane, off Oxford-street. James Kane, a young man, is employed ...

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  10. VICTORIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

    The annual matches of the Victoria Rifle Association commence on Monday morning, at half-past ten old or as the ranges, North Williamstown. The ...

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  11. LONDON BUTTER MARKET.

    The New Zealand Loan and Agency Co. is to-day in receipt of a cable from its London office staling that the butter market has a hardening tendency. Fine ...

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  12. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Proprietary stock rising rapidly on London Exchange."Mr. Manton," otherwise the sporting chess of Montrose, is dead. ...

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  13. SWAZIS AT COURT.

    Her Majesty the Queen has received a deputation from the Swazis, who are seeking protection from the British against the Transvaal Boers. ...

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  14. FOUNDATION DAY.

    The friction between the board of directors and the metropolitan committee of the Australian Natives' Association, which for months egdangered the celebration of the ...

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  15. LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS.

    Light in the darkness of the much talked of depression, at last. There has not for many months been such activity in the shipping trade of the port ...

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  16. A DEATH TRAP.

    The circumstances connected with the death of little Mary Richardson, aged two, who was killed by falling from the footpath in Jeffcott street down ...

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  17. OFF WITH HIS HEAD.

    General Wei Jink-Woi, one of the Chinese commanders at the battle of Ping-Yang, on September 15, has been beheaded for cowardice. ...

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  18. OUR SHIPPING RECORD.

    High Water at Williamstown.--This afternoon 5.16 p.m.; to-morrow, 6.10 a.m. and 6.38 a.m. Monday morning 6.55. The R.M.S. Analist arrived at Adelaide as ...

    Article : 370 words
  19. AT THE MUTUAL STORE.

    "Did you make must plat!" This is a fashionable sort of question at Home just now. Every notabitily, from the Queen downlods has been pestered to say what ...

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  20. JOINED THE MAJORITY.

    The Dowager Duchos of Montrose is dead. Her ladyship was 76 years of age, an I was a well-known owner of race-horses which she usually casered in the ...

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  21. BROKEN HILL SHARES.

    When tile Stock Exchange closed this afternoon the latest quotation for share in the Broken Hid Proprietary Company was 29s. ...

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  22. A QUESTION OF THE HOUR.

    SIR,--At last we know from official sources, and thanks to THE HERALD, what is demanded of an Imperial officer before he can abtain [?] appointments. I will quote ...

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  23. EUROPE'S PEACE.

    The relations between Great Britain aud Russia have become extremely friendly. It is now believed that a political ...

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  24. WESTRALIA GOLDFIELDS.

    Five lesses, aggregating 48 Seree, siluate about 22 miles to the north of Cool gardie in the " Twenty-five Mde" 'dlatriet, have been accured under offer by a syndicate ...

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  25. CHARGE AGAINST A CONSTABLE.

    A very serious charge has been made against one of the Richmond constables, who is accused by woman living in the district of ...

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  26. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The evening a special feature in connection with the St. Patrick's Cathedral Fair at the Exhibition Building will be the tug-of-war between teams of ten a ...

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  27. P. AND O. COMPANY.

    The report of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company for the hatf-year has been issued. A dividend at the rate of 2½ per cent. ...

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  28. FAILURE OF AN ARTISTE

    The schedule of Fancy Simonsen, of Carlisle sired, St. Kilda, married woman, was filed to-day. The causes of backruptey are set down as "Failure of opera company ...

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  29. MRS BESANT'S LECTURES.

    Mrs Besant delivered the second of her present course of lectures in the Atheneum last evening to a large audience. The subject was, ...

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  30. RIVER PLATE COMPANY.

    The liquidation of the New Zetland and River Plate Company is proceeding. The liquidators propose to apply ...

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  31. THE CRIME RECORD.

    An the 15th inst., during the afternoon the residence of Mr. Grilton, postmaster, Riley Crescent, was broken into and robbed. Earance was gained by ...

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  32. MONDAY'S LAW LIST.

    In the matter of part I of the Companies' Act, 1890, and in the matter of the Thomas Brat Lead Company Limited, petition to wind-up. ...

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  33. NEW INSOLV NTS.

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    We are [?] to state that the sale, advertised sis[?] of saddlery and horse clothing, in the state of the Hon. D. S. Wallace, is Postpoced. ...

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