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  6. BAGDAD RAILWAY.

    The Loudon newspapers. In commenting upon the agreement entered into by Great Britain, Germany und France for the control of the Bagdad railway. ...

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  7. MOROCCO.

    The forces of the pretender to the Sultanate of Morocco are acting with great vigor. Muley Arafa, one of the milliary com ...

    Article : 102 words
  8. LA BELLE FRANCE.

    The "Petit Dauphinois," a Parisian newspaper, has published a serious charge against M. Edgar Combes, a son of the French Premier. ...

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  9. CLERGYMAN'S DEATH.

    The Rev, James Grant, who has for the past two years or more been connected with the parish of Coburg, and whose Victorian work in the Roman Catholic. ...

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  10. WARRNAMBOOL EARTHQUAKE.

    The scientific authorities of the State came in for some adverse criticism at last night's meeting of the Warrnambool Town Council. ...

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  12. LOYAL QUEEHSLANDER

    A Queensland colonist who is on a visit to England has had a curious adventure. He was travelling in a train from Harwich to Loudon, and in the same ...

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  13. THE BALKANS.

    Notwithstanding the promise of the Albanlun revolutionary leaders to endeavor to maintain, order, the Turkish 'officials appear to be apprehensive' of ...

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  14. MR BARACCHI REPLIES.

    Sir Baraech was spoken to by a "Herald" representative to-day in, reference to the above criticism. "I wish to goodness I could have gone down ...

    Article : 246 words
  15. ARCHDUKE AND ACTRESS.

    Another development, is, announced in connection with here Woelfiting (sate the Archduke Leopold of Austria) and Fraulein Adamoviteh, a Viennese ...

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  16. KING EDWARD.

    Many of the Continental newspapers are making references to the forthcoming visit of King Edward VII. to Paris. ...

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  17. SMALL-POX.

    A terrible outbreak of small-pox has occurred at Saghallen, a large Island in the Sen of Okhotsk, just off the coast of Eastern Siberia. ...

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  18. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Political Premiers in conference. Sydney is the favored city. All the bright political stars there ...

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  19. A GIRL'S DEATH.

    At the Morgue this morning, the half of and story was told, and the other Half of the story Indicated. In The mortuary at the back of the court-house there ...

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  20. TOOK THE TRUCK.

    A young and named Daniel Marshall was charged ut the City Court to-day, before. Mr Panton, P. M., and several Juctices, with steating a band-truck, Containing vegetables, and ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. LIQUOR FORBIDDEN.

    At a Congress of Belgian Sociallsts just held, held question' of the sale of alcoholic liquors at the Labor party's co-operative stores in Belgium was. ...

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  22. UNITED STATES.

    Immigration statistics of the United States just published show that 60 per cent, of the immigrants arriving in the States are Italians, Austrians and ...

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  23. EXPOSURE AND WANT.

    Carl August Hermann, a German engineer. 68 years of age, was fount at Werribee on April 8th, lying on the Melbourne road, homeless and destitute, starving and ...

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  25. THE MOUNTED RIFLES.

    Lieutenant-Colpnet Braithwalte, the officer Who was Jockeyed out of the command of the Victorian Mounted Rifles, was asked by "The Herald" An amusing farrago in the leading columns of this morning's "Argus."No," was the reply. "Until my application to be placed on the retired list ...

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  27. AUSTRALIAN STOCKS

    Metropolitan Gas Company (Melbourne), 4 12 per cent, debenture stock is now quoted at L102, as against L404 a fortnight ago. ...

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  29. WHEAT AFLOAT.

    The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 2,230,000 quarters, as again 2,380,000 quarters a week ago and for the ...

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