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  4. MARINE SENSATION.

    The steamers Edina and Excelsior came into collision this morning in the fug between Geelong and Melbourne. The Excelsior was cut down and sank ...

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  5. OUR CABLES.

    An incident significant of the attitude assumed by the Anti-Dreyfus party is reported from Paris. Signor C. Ressman. who was Italian ...

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  6. OUR BOYS

    The match between the Australians and a Midland comities eleven was commenced this morning at Birmingham, in showery weather, but on an easy wicket. ...

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  7. OUR CABLES.

    In anticipation of an outbreak of hostilities with England the Boer Government is energetically preparing for a determined resistance. ...

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  8. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL

    Marine sensation. Edina and Excelsior. Are in collision tills morning. Excelsior was quickly sunk. ...

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  9. SHOULD WAR OCCUR.

    Should the trouble, in the Transvaal necessitate war, most of the British colonies aud dependencies to be allowed to take ...

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  10. BODY IN A BAG.

    Usually when a person is to be brought before the City Court on a charge of murder a large number of people assemble in the building to witness the ...

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  11. TRAM MEN ON STRIKE.

    A strike of tram car employes has occurred at Loudon, Ontario, in the Dominion of Canada. The decision of the men to knack off ...

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  12. ARCHBISHOP CARR.

    The arrangements in connection with the reception of Archbishop Cair are now almost complete. Another meeting of the Reception Committee was held ...

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  13. THE BOL D'OR.

    The Dunlop Company. Melbourne, are In receipt of the following cablegraphic message:-- "LONDON, Monday Night. ...

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  14. PARDONED.

    Since the conclusion of the commercial treaty between the powers, the French Government has displayed an evident desire to conciliate ltaly. ...

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  15. WOOL SALES.

    The fourth series of the London wool sales for the current year was continued this, afternoon. There was a large attendance of ...

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  16. THE GENERAL.

    Seeing that both New South Wales and Queensland are offering to furnish contingents to aid the Imperial Forces, in the event of hostilities taking place ...

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  17. THE GRAIN SALES.

    The committee appointed last Wednesday by the caucus of country members of the Legislative Assembly to consider and report on what request should ...

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  18. SENT FOR TRIAL.

    At the Police Court this morning Philip Looker, a farmer, living at Lovely Banks. was committed for trial on a chare of shooting, with Intent to murder, a ...

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  19. FOR HIS CHILDREN

    At the Flemington Court this morning Mary Ann O'Shannassy proceeded against-her husband, James O'Shannassy; for the maintenance of his six children ...

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  20. PRICELESS RELICS

    A disastrous fire at Como, Northern Italy, has burnt down the Volta Electrical Exhibition. Many priceless relics of the great ...

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