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  8. DARDANELLES.

    In connection with the war between Italy and Turkey, startling action has been taken by Italy. Throughout the war it has been ...

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  9. REVOLT IN FEZ.

    Further particulars have been received regarding the revolt at Fez, the capital of Morocco, of a portion of the native troops and a section of the ...

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  10. SHIPPING COMBINE.

    A cheque for over £5,000,000 has been paid in connection with the transfer of the shares in the Union Castle (Donald Currie) Mall Steamship Company ...

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  12. ARSENIC POISONER.

    Frederick Seddon, Insurance agent, who was sentenced to death on a charge of having poisoned, by means of arsenic, Eliza Barrow, a woman of ...

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  13. DESPERATE FIGHT

    Serious flghting has occurred between soldiers aud workmen at the alluvial gold workings of the Iena Company, Irkutsk. ...

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  14. LOSS OF THE TITANIC.

    NEW YORK, Thursday Night The arrival to- morrow of the Cunard liner Carpathia, with 705 of the passengers saved from the ill-faled ...

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  15. ROMANTIC MEMOIRS

    The memoirs of Madame Steinhell, the confidante of the late French President, M. Faure. which have been published, do not reveal any ...

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  16. ACTRESS'S MARRIAGE

    The hearing of a petition for divorce which created considerable interest in sporting and theatrical circles, was concluded to-day. ...

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  17. FACTORY INSPECTORS

    Exception was taken by the Trades Hall Council last night to the system of appointing factory Inspectors, and it was decided to urge the Government to ...

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  18. REPEATED THREATS.

    From the day when Italy declared war there has been much uneasy speculation as to possible or probable extensions of the field of action. ...

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  19. FIRE AT BENDIGO.

    A five- roomed weatherboard house, owned and occupied by Mrs J. J. Ryan, situated on the boundary: between Bendigo and Golden Square, was ...

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  20. LIFE SAVING.

    Mr Sydney Buxton, President of the Board of Trade, speaking, in the House of Commons to-day, said that the rules regarding life saving ...

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  21. CARICATURIST CHARGED

    E.[?]red, a well-known caricaturist, was charged at the Brentwood Police Court to-day with having shown objectionable pictures to little girls on ...

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  22. WATER SUPPLY.

    A conference of delegates of Queenscllff Borough Council and Bellarine Shire Council was held at Drysdnie on Thursday afternoon to ...

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  23. FLINDERS MEMORIAL

    The Governer to-day unveiled a memorial tablet on the You Yangs to the famous explorer. Matthew Flinders. The tablet, which is of brass. ...

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  24. WIRELESS LITIGATION

    Shares in the Marconi Telegraph Company are now quoted at 012. This is largely owing to the company winning its action against the United ...

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  25. CRUSHED BETWEEN BUFFERS.

    Henry Hammon. aged 54. residing to Ballarat West, who was admitted to the hospital on Thursday, suffering from abdominal injuries caused through ...

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  26. IMPORTED DOMESTICS.

    Referring to- day to the question of the qualifications and trainig of the most recent contingent of imported domestic workers. Mr M'Konzie, Minister ...

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  27. RAILWAY TRAGEDY.

    An inquiry regarding the death of Henry James. David Baxter, Robert Hallam, and Walter Peberdy, the victims of the dreadful railway collision ...

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  29. RELIEF FUND.

    The appeal for subscriptions in England towards the Relief Fund in connection with the loss of the Titanic is meeting with a generous response, over ...

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  30. TODDLED TO DEATH

    An inquest was held to-day on Angus William M'Knight, 20 months old, who was found drowned in a dam at Vale park yesterday. ...

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  31. WALL COLLAPSES.

    At Annandale this morning, a concrete wall 30 feet high collapsed. A number of workmen engaged in the erection of some cottages escaped in ...

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  32. BOOK ON AUSTRALIA

    The Federal Government has agreed to contribute a sum of 1500 towards the cost of the work "Australia Unlimited," which is to be ...

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  34. AMONG THE MISSING

    is among the missing, was for many years actively associated with a number of American land companies, but the later years of his life were ...

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  35. FATAL FALL.

    Mrs Susan Green 82 years of ago, residing at Duff street, Richmond, on April 9 tripped over a place of carpet in her house and fell, one of her legs being ...

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  36. EARTHQUAKE SHOCK.

    The examination of the Melbourne Observatory soismograph for the week ending 9 a.m. to-day showed that a slight shock of earthquake ...

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  37. SOMETHING TO REMEMBER.

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