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  6. TURKISH ATROCITIES

    There has been a sensational ending to the inquiry into the massacre by Turks of monks at the Bulgarian Monastery of the Blessed Virgin at [?]shtib[?] ...

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  7. HOME RULE.

    The text of the Home Rule Bill, which was road a first time in the Louse of Commons yesterday, has been issued. ...

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  8. LOSS OF TITANIC

    Definite news has at last been received regarding the number of survivors of those who were on board the White Star Company's mammoth liner ...

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  9. SUFFRAGETTES IN GAOL

    Mr M'Kenna, the Home Secretary, announced in the House of Commons this afternoon that special privileges had been granted to the large number ...

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  11. AUSTRALIA'S SYMPATHY

    Lord Denman, the Governor General, has despatched the following cablegram to the Secretary of State for the Colonics:-- ...

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  12. RAILWAY MAGNATE.

    Mr Charles Melville Hays, who is among the saved, entered the service of the Atlantic and Pacific Railway Coy. in 1873, as a clerk, and rapidly worked ...

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  13. FLAGS HALF MAST.

    Flags were flown at the half-mast today over the American Consulate, the offices of Dalgety and Company, agents for the White Star Company, and the ...

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  14. ECLIPSE OF THE SUN

    Members of the British Astronomical Association have made successful observations at P[?]fiel of the eclipse of the sun which was visible from here ...

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  15. NEW ZEALAND'S TRIBUTE

    Lord Islington, the Governor, has cabled to Mr Lewis Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Colonics, expressing, on behalf of New Zealand, ...

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  16. MILITARY STABLES

    Discussion took place last night at the meeting of the South Melbourne City Council on the sanitary condition of the Albert Park military stables. ...

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  17. THE NORTH POLE.

    The Storting (Parliament) has unanimously voted the sum of 130,3[?]5 kroner [?]) towards the cost of Captain Amundsen's forthcoming expedition to ...

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  18. MATTHEW FLINDERS

    On July 19, 1814, two large quarto volumes entitled "A Voyage to Terra Australia," written by Matthew Flinders, were published, and on that date the ...

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  19. MELBOURNE SILENT.

    From the leading cities of the world the cables are flashing civic expressions of sympathy with the relatives of those lost when the Titanic sank. So far, ...

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  20. FEDERAL ELECTIONS

    Everything points to the next Federal General Elections being the most keenly contested since the inauguration of Federation. The two parties are now ...

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  21. BOARDED OUT.

    "The mother wanted to get away to the country and have no encumbrance. That is the life story of this child." Dr R. H. Cole, the Coroner, made ...

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  22. STILL MISSING.

    The following of the Titanic's passengers are still missing in addition to those already mentioned:--STRAUS, ISIDOR, millionaire merchant, of ...

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  23. THE MISSING.

    Mr John Ridgeley Carter, who is reported to be among the missing, was born at Baltimore in November, 1861, and was admitted to the Bar in 1889. ...

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  24. BOGUS TELEGRAM.

    The graphic details published by the "New York Herald," said to have been contained in a wireless message from the steamer Bruce, describing the ...

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  25. IBSEN REVIVAL.

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  26. TITANIC'S BUILDER.

    Mr Alexander Carlisle, the supervising builder of the Titanic, is of opinion that if the Titanic struck the iceberg stem on while going at 18 knots, as has ...

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  27. FALL FROM BRIDGE.

    At the Morgue today, Dr [?]. H. Cote, the Coroner, held an inquest regarding the death of John Hutchison Mounsey, an old-age pensioner, 67 yearn of age, ...

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  28. UNSOLVED MYSTERY.

    "I had three drinks of gin in a hotel in Elizabeth street, and I remembered no more till I found myself is a cab, being driven to the hospital," said ...

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  29. SYMPATHY EXPRESSED

    Many messages have been received from all parts of the world expressing sympathy in connection with the disaster. ...

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  30. BLOW ON THE HEAD.

    At the Fitzroy Court today, John Siddall, a blacksmith, aged 43 years, was charged with having used obscene language, and with having resisted ...

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  31. FOG IN SYDNEY.

    A heavy fog settled over Sydney this morning, and did not lift until 8 o'clock. As a consequence, the railway traffic was temporarily disorganised, and city ...

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  32. PITIFUL SCENES.

    Pathetic scenes continue to be witnessed at the White Star Company's offices, but the usual bookings have not been interrupted, and there have been ...

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  34. FRIDAY'S MAILS.

    Ship mails will close at the General Post Office to-morrow as follow:--Portsea and Sorrento, per Ozone, at 9.30 a.m.; Burnie, Devonp[?]rt, Strahan, ...

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