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  6. THAT BORDER SMUGGLING.

    Our readers will remember that some weeks ago we mentioned the case of a dishonest Customs official, At Darimoor, Constable Butcher, who it was found ...

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  7. THE INFLUENZA.

    The accounts received of the alarming outbreak of influenza at Chicago indicate an exceptionally virulent development of the disease. Last year it prevailed largely ...

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  8. LATEST CABLES.

    With reference to the disaster which overtook the troops despatched to the native state of Manipur, in Northeastern India, further news is to hand ...

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  9. THE NARBETHONG TRAGEDY.

    COLSTON, THE SELF CONFESSED MURDERER. DAVIS, THE MAN MURDERED. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. THE QUEENSCLIFF GUN ACCIDENT.

    Although there is no special fund immediately available for the purpose, the Minister of Defence has made every provision to prevent the sorrowing relatives ...

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  11. MILD INFLUENZA IN MELBOURNE.

    We made an investigation in conjunction with the committee of the two medical societies into the influenza last year. There is already curtain ...

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  12. THIS DAY'S WIRES.

    At the Albury Police Court, to-day, otto Baumgarten and Albert Baumgarten were charged with stealing three copper plates containing gold worth about L60. ...

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  13. PRECAUTIONS WHEN ATTACKED.

    What precautions should be taken against a serious development of the disease? The chief thing is to take steps at the ...

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  14. THE EIGHT-HOURS QUESTION IN AMERICA.

    The cokemen in pittsburg, Pennsylvania, are agitating strenuously for the introduction of the eight-hours system in their industry. Their employers having ...

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  15. A BANK DEFAULTER.

    At the Quarter Sessions to-day Joseph Rawoth Bradley, lately manager of the Devonshire street branch of the E.S. and A.C. Bank. pleaded guilty to several ...

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  16. CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT AGAINST A COUNCIL CLERK.

    The embezzlement epidemic continues to spread, the latest addition being George Lngleson. Council Clerk of Leichhardt, who stood this morning ...

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  19. HIGH CHARGE PRICES.

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  20. FROM ADELAIDE.

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  21. THE LABOR WAR.

    A scene which occurred many a time during the great shipping strike last year, was repeated on the Queen's Wharf this morning. when about 150 men wereshipped ...

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  22. TREATMENT.

    As to the treatment, it should be borne in mind that the disease varies, and requires special treatment in special cases. Quinine has been recommended, although ...

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  23. ALLEGED EXTENSIVE FORGERIES.

    Ernest Weinwritter was again before the City Court, to-day, on the following charges: Forging and uttering a promissory note for L125, with intent to defraud: forging the ...

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  24. IS IT INFLUENZA AT CHICAGO

    It is evidently a very serious matter, remarked Dr Gresswell, when the Clncago outbreak was mentioned. We have, however, got no official information about it, ...

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  25. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    THE HERALD has the largest circulation of any newspaper in Victorian, except the "Age" Our Fourth and Fifth Edition matter ...

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  26. THE ADJOURNED INQUEST.

    The inquest in connection with the Narbethong murders was resumed this morning at the Courthouse. Healesville, at half-past 9 o'clock, by Mr ...

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  27. HOW THE DISEASE MANIFESTS ITSELF.

    How does the disease manifest itself? is a question answered in the circular as follows:- The disease very generally manifest it ...

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  28. THE VERDICT.

    After some further evidence the jury found Colston guilty of the wilful murder of Mr and Mrs Davis. ...

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  29. A.J.C AUTUMN RACES.

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  30. BY CABLE--FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.

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  31. IS IT INFECTIOUS.

    Dr. Gresswell observed that there were medical men who held atontly that influenza was not infectious. His own opinion was, that it was infections. ...

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  32. MARYBOROUGH.

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  33. INFLUENZA OF SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT.

    However, Dr Gresswell went on today, I should rather be inclined to think it is influenza. There is one thing in favor of its being influenza, that is that, in ...

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  34. ADELAIDE.

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  35. THE PALACE HOTEL FIRES.

    This morning, at the City Court, the names of Mary Armstrong and John A. Wilson were listed. Mrs Armstrong is charged with perjury, alleged ...

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  36. THE CITY CORONER'S VIEWS.

    The City Coroner, Dr. Youl,was seen this morning by a representative of this journal, with respect to the matter. The doctor could not see what could be done ...

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  37. SANDHURST.

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  38. THE WORK OF A LIVING ORGANISM.

    What we are beginning to learn now is that these different diseases are due to specific living things, and that they undergo variations. and become ...

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  39. IMPORTANT ACTION OF TEMPERATURE.

    Under certain conditions of temperature, we know that these organisms will develops highly virulent properties. while under other conditions of ...

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    The experiment with Koch's lymph at the Melbourne Hospital on the patients suffering from tuberculosis of the lungs is stated not to have been very successful. ...

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  41. DARING SAFE ROBBERY.

    A daring robbery was committed early this morning at Clifton Hill, the scene of the burglary being the timber yard of Mr Wm. Brewer. of Grant street. ...

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  42. LATE SPORTING.

    Audy Ferguson bought one of the pick of Grandmaster's colts yesterday, when he had knocked down to him a lovely hay youngster out of Lalla Rookh for 510 guineas. He has ...

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    A deputation from the Wimmera Shire waited upon the Minister of Public Works this morning. They asked for assistance in constructing a road to the ...

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    The Agricultural department have been informed that a line has occurred in the Horticultural Gardens, Richmond park. A portion of the feace and a number of ...

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  45. ALLEGED WOOD FRAUDS.

    At the prahran Court this morning a young man named Charles Birdwell alias Biddle, was charged with the embezzlement of 11s 3d the property of David Chambers, ...

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  46. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST THE CHICAGO DEVELOPMENT.

    What is to be done to prevent the discase being introduce from the United States? It would be absurd to say that vessols ...

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