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  6. POISONED.

    A sensational case at Boston, Massachusets (U.S.A.), in which a woman was charged with having poisoned no fewer than six persons, has ...

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  7. MOTHERLAND.

    Several newspapers report that the Prime Minister (Mr Asquith) has arranged with Mr Redmond, the leader of the Nationalists, to allow the ...

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  8. ARMED AND WAITING.

    Three youths have been arrested in Bengal in circumstances which lend to the belief that tin attempt was to be made to assassinate the Karl of Minto ...

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  9. DESPERATE BANDITS.

    The town of M'Keerocks, in Pennsylvania. was the seem yesterday of a sensational outrage. A message from New York states ...

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  10. COLLISION ON VESUVIUS

    A shocking accident occurred near Naples to-day. A car in some maimer got loose at an elevated point on the funicular railway ...

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  11. MR NEWTON MOORE

    Mr Newton Moore, Premier of West era Australia, who is visiting differ, eat parts of the United Kingdom, and delivering addresses with a view of ...

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  12. TO AVERT WAR

    The position, in connection with the long-standing frontier dispute between Ecuador and Peru Republic in the north-western portion of South ...

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  13. THE KING.

    The "Daily Mall's" correspondent at Biarritz, the popular French watering place, where King Edward has been staying for some time, protests against ...

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  14. ARMY REMOUNTS.

    The "Ball Mall Gazette" to-day publishes an article on army remounts. It calls the War Officer's attention to the fact that Queensland is among the ...

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  15. ORANGIA.

    There was a stormy all-night sitting in the Legislative Council of the Orange River Colony last night. The measure before the Chamber was ...

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  16. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    [?] next Wednesday. [?] expected in Victoria. ...

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  17. KING MENELIK.

    The reports that King Menelik of Abyssinia is dead still lack official continuation. Telegrams that have been received ...

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  18. "ENCUMBRANCES."

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" to-day comments upon the statement that immigrants with "encumbrances" in the form of children are not wanted in ...

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  19. PICTURES OF THE WEEK.

    By cannot be frightened office if a volcano breaks into eruption the photographer mounts his camera near the crater and photographs the rest of ...

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  20. PAPERS FOR THE SICK

    At the Swanston street and of the Central Station there are several wooden boxes. Into which the public is invited to place newspapers ...

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  21. BOXING.

    Preparations for the tight between "Jim" Jeffries and Jack Johnson for the championship of the world, which is announced to take, place at San ...

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  22. FREIGHT WAR.

    The United States railway companies engaged in the middle north and north-western traffic, have reduced the grain freights from Fort William, Lake ...

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  23. COTTON MARKET WEAKER.

    One of the conditions which have helped to raise cotton to its present high price was the occurrence of a drought in the cotton-growing belt of ...

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  24. WHEAT SUPPLY.

    The visible supply of wheat in America cast of tho Rocky Mountains is estimated at 55,8211,000 bushels, as compared with 54,637,000 bushels a week ...

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