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  6. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    The great strike of employes on the State railways in Hungary is owing to the long obstructionist crisis in the Hungarian Diet, which arose over the ...

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  7. THE WAR.

    Every day's news brings some addition to the piecemeal information received in connection with the losses to the Russian Port Arthur fleet on the ...

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  8. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Following upon the rumors of the existence of a revolutionary propaganda in the Transvaal, there has been a significant demonstration by students at one ...

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  9. A CHILD'S DEATH.

    The City Coroner (Mr Candler) opened an inquest at the Morgue to-day concerning the death of an infant named James Robort Darragh, who died at his parents' ...

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  10. HOLY RUSSIA.

    Some of the newspapers in Finland have entered a silent protest against some of the titles claimed by the Czar. ...

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  12. MR W. T. STEAD

    Mr W. T. Stead, the well-known journalist, who has been on a visit to Cape Colony, has sailed homewards, having abandoned his intended visit to ...

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  13. TRAIN-WRECKERS

    The two Japanese staff officers who were arrested a few days ago at the railway bridge over the River Nonni 185 miles west of Harbin), have been put to ...

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  14. NEW ZEALAND ARTILLERY.

    Captain G. N. Johnston, of the Royal Garrison Artillery, has been selected for employment in the defence force of New Zealand. ...

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  15. GAMBLERS WIN FORTUNES.

    There has been some sensational gambling recently in the great casino at Monte Carlo. It the course of a fortnight's play, M. ...

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  16. UNIVERSITY GOLF.

    The annual golf match between teams representing the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge has been played. The Oxford team won after a close ...

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  17. BRITAIN'S POOR.

    Lord Brassey, formerly Governor of Victoria, has publicly commended the scheme of emigration put forward by "General" Booth, of the Salvation Army. ...

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  18. LANDLORD'S RIGHTS.

    To-day, in the County Court, before Judge Gaunt and a jury of four, an action arising out of alleged illegal and excessive distraint, was concluded. The ...

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  19. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Australia. State of Crisis. Deakin Ministry resigned this ...

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  20. SUDDEN DEATH.

    The sudden death of an elderly man, named Marlborough Pollard, at Gore street, Fitzroy, yesterday, formed the subject of an inquest at the Morgue ...

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