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  6. TURKEY AND BULGARIA.

    Further negotiations have taken place with the object of settling the Turko- Bulgarian frontier question, but they have proved unsuccessful. ...

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  7. STRIKES IN RUSSIA.

    The industrial troubles in Russia, especially in the west and south-west, continue to extend and occasion very grave anxiety to employers and the ...

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  8. ENGLAND WINS

    The first of this season's test matches between England mid Australia was concluded at Nottingham to-day, and resulted in a win for England by 213 runs. ...

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  9. THE CUSTOMS ACT.

    The Collector of Customs for Victoria, Mr A. W. Smart, held the usual court at the Custom House to-day for the hearing of cases under part XV, of the Customs Act, and XIII. ...

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  10. NEWFOUNDLAND.

    The Newfoundland government is determined to enforce its recent decision that bait licenses shall not be issued to American and other foreign vessels on ...

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  11. EXCISE CASE.

    There was only one excise case on the list Mr J. Richards, licensee of the United Service Club Hotel, Fitzroy, was complained against for omitting to cut a beer duty stamp. ...

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  13. COAL IN PANAMA.

    A discovery of much importance in view of the construction of the great ship canal, has been made in the Republic of Panama. ...

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  14. A SIXPENNY DINNER.

    A young man named William Smith was charged at the City Court to-day with "endeavoring to impose on Samuel B. Moody by false verbal representations, ...

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  15. CHINESE FACTORIES.

    In the District Court to-day, before Mr F. J. Dwyer. P.M. and a Beach of honorary magistrates. Inspector Bishop proceeded against Ah Hem, laundryman, of 30 Sydney road, ...

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  16. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    The overthrow. Further news to-night. Japanese Legation in London issues a statement. ...

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  17. ALLEGED LARCENY OF CHEQUES.

    Hugh George M'Liskey was charged at the City Court to-day, on provisional warrant, with stealing a letter containing two cheques, the property of Walter ...

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