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  5. TEN WIVES.

    John Madson is the name of a San Francisco man who, if the allegations made against him are well-founded, has successfully exploited and made money ...

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  6. OVER-SEA VESSELS.

    The action of Dr. Gething, Federal Quarantine Officer at Adelaide, in issuing a clean bill of health for all Australian ports to the Steamship ...

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  7. ROLLED IN WEALTH.

    Few people outside the inner financial circle even imagined the existence of the late Mr Charles Morrison--most reserved of millionaires--who was ...

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  8. EMPIRE'S PRESS.

    The Parliament of the Press, called together with more than a measure of temerity, with the official recognition of the Imperial Government, was an ...

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  9. FIENDISH DOINCS

    Remarkable revelations regarding the fiendish doings of a gang of murderers were made in a sensational trial that was concluded yesterday at Valence, ...

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  10. VIOLENT POLICEMAN.

    A sensational incident, involving international complications, has occurred at St. Bernardino, in Paraguay. It appears that a local policeman ...

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  11. THE COAL CRISIS

    The trouble in the coal mining industry, which has caused strikes in various English counties, is rapidly reaching a climax in Scotland. ...

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  12. FOR BRAVERY

    His Majesty the King has granted the Edward Medal to live European and six native miners at Kimberley, in recognition of the great bravery they displayed ...

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  13. TRIPLE FRIENDSHIP

    The tercentenary of the discovery of Lake Champlain between the States of New York and Vermont, was celebrated at Plattsburg yesterday. ...

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  14. LORD KITCHENER.

    Reuter's correspondent at Simla gives sotue information of the projected movements of Lord Kitchener, the Commander-in-Chief in India, who has ...

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  15. ANOTHER MEDAL.

    A further announcement has been made regarding the new silver medal established by the Kings in recognition of acts of bravery by police constables ...

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  16. THE PARIS GR[?]ESUS.

    On the heels of the news of this millionaire's wonderful cumulative powers came the death of a Parisian moneygetter of a different type. Everyone who ...

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  17. WARDS OF STATE.

    "What payment is made by the State per week in respect of babes who are wards of State and who are boarded out in foster homes?" ...

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  18. SPANISH VICTORY.

    The latest advices from Morocco indicate that the defeat sustained by the aggressive tribesmen at Melilla at the hands of the Spanish forces was of a ...

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  19. AUSTRALIAN BISHOP.

    The Right Rev. Dr. James D[?]ig, Roman Catholic Bishop of Rockhampton, Queensland, is at present in Rome. The Pope granted him an audience ...

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  20. HOTEL TRAGEDY.

    A gruesome discovery was made early this morning by Mrs Ada Scarlett, the licensee of the Football Club Hotel Pitt street,Carlton. ...

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  21. BARQUE OVERDUE.

    Fears are entertained regarding the safely of the barque Sydenham (976 tons), which sailed from Newcastle. New South Wales, on March 30, for ...

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  22. DAMAGED STEAMER.

    The New Zealand Shipping Co.'s steamer Whakatane (5902 tons), which was so damaged below the waterline in a collision off Dungeness with the ...

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  23. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Fourth Estate. The Empire's Press. Great Conference work. First detailed report this evening. ...

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  24. R.M.S. MANTUA

    An arrival of more than ordinary interest in Hobson's Bay this morning was the P. and O. Company's new mail steamer Mantua, from London, via ...

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  25. STABLE BOYS' STRIKE

    The strike of the stable boys at the French racing establishments has resulted in certain concessions being granted by the racehorse owners and ...

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  26. PROTRACTED VOYAGE.

    The Italian barque Erminia, concerning which some anxiety bad been felt owing to the length of her voyage from Marseilies to Melbourne, arrived in ...

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