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  8. OFF THE STREETS

    James Shipp, a middle-aged, withered man. with a dreadfully-maimed right hand, was brought before the City Bench to-day on a charge of begging. ...

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  9. FACING A CRISIS.

    Crises are not new to members of the Federal Ministry. The brain-quickening ta[?]cs and lobby manoeuvring. causes mining and counter ...

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  10. ENTOMBED.

    Another avalanche is reported from the Alpine districts, in addition to the one which has occurred in the Swiss canton of Valais, by which fifteen ...

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  11. HOLY RUSSIA.

    Further particulars are published concerning the bomb explosion which occurred a week ago at the Hotel du Nord in the Nevsky Prospect. St. Petersburg, ...

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  12. TORONTO ABLAZE.

    A fearfully destructive tire has occurred at Toronto. Canada. The conflagration took place in a portion of the city where the wholesale ...

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  13. THE WAR.

    Reuter's Agency reports to-day that Admiral Alexieff, the Russian Viceroy in the Far East, who had plenipotentiary powers at the commencement of the war, ...

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  14. RACING IN ENGLAND.

    The City and Suburban Handicap was run at Epsom to-day, and resulted in a victory for Lord Carnarvon's Robert le Diable, Dean Swift being second, and ...

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  16. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    A serious strike, of workmen employed or on the State railways in Hungary has occurred. The men demand an increase of wages, ...

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  17. WARDS OF THE STATE.

    A man named Charles Anderson was charged at the Port Melbourne Court to-day with falling to pay arrears of maintenance for two children in the Industrial ...

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  18. RUSSIAN DISASTERS

    The well-known St. Petersburg newspapers, "Novoe Vremya" ("New Times") and "Grashd[?]min ("The Citizen") each publishes articles on the Petropavlovsk ...

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  19. SEDITIOUS GIRLS

    The disaffection among Russian students in regard to the existing system of government has spread to the girl students. ...

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  20. AN ACCIDENT.

    At the Epsom Spring Meeting yesterday, an accident occurred during the running of the Great Metropolitan Stakes. ...

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  21. NICARAGUA

    In connection with the recent seizure by the Nicaragnan authorities of six fishing schooners belonging to the British Island of Cayman. ln the West Indies, ...

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  22. THE BRITISH DEFICIT.

    The cables tell us that the British Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr Austen Champerlain) announced in his Budget speech that the Imperial revenue for the ...

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  23. WIDOW WITH SEVEN.

    The Rev. W. D. Fairbalrn, Minister, of the Abbotsford Presbyterian Church, appeals, through "The Herald,'' to the generous public. He writes to us as follows: ...

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  24. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    The war. No further fighting. Little of Interest in the cable news this evening. ...

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  25. SUBMARINES.

    The Japanese Government is building four submarine vessels to be used against the Russian fleet in the Far East. ...

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  26. LONDON MARKETS.

    The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd. is in receipt of the following cables from its London office date 20th April: ...

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  29. PERILOUS WATERS.

    Japanese war vessels have discovered three contact mines adrift at the entrance to the Straits of Pe-chi-ll. They were found forty miles out from ...

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