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  6. LONG LIFE.

    Professor Metehnlkoff, the famous bacteriologist, in the course of a lecture at the Academy of Sciences to-day, claimed that he had discovered ...

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  7. LABOR UNREST.

    In the House of Commons to-day Mr Austen Chamberlain, as arranged, moved the vote of censure upon the Government in connection with the ...

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  8. SECOND TEST.

    First Innings .. .. .. .. .. .. 337 SOUTH AFRICA. First Innings .. .. .. .. .. .. 38 Second innings .. .. .. .. .. .. 217 ...

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  9. WESTERN EXPLORER

    Mr C. P. Conigrave, leader of a little party subsidised by the West Australia Government, to explore the East Kimberley District, is at present in ...

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  10. WALL OF WATER

    A message from Buffalo, Montana, states that as the result of the bursting of a cloud, a wall of water 25 feet high overwhelmed the town. ...

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  11. CHARGE OF MURDER

    William Ward, who was arrested in West Australia, was placed on trial to-day on the charge of having murdered Edward Nixon Smith, who died at ...

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  13. COMMERCE CONGRESS

    His Majesty the King to-day held a reception at Buckingham Palace in honor of the delegates to the Congress of Chambers of Commerce of the ...

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  14. MAIL SERVICE THREATENED.

    A special London telegram, dated June 1, via Colombo, says that the secretary of the P. and O. Co., in a letter to the press, refers to the serious ...

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  15. INCENDIARISM.

    The trial of John Todd, a quarryman, who was charged with having set [?]ire to ten farmsteads on the Duke of Buceleuch's estate at Thornhill, was ...

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  16. EMPIRE DEFENCE.

    Replying to a question by Mr J. R. Newman, M.P., in the House of Commons to-day, Mr Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, said that he was ...

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  17. DISESTABLISHMENT

    Fifteen thousand Welsh churchmen arrived in London to-day to protest against the Welsh Disestablishment Bill. ...

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  18. NEW ZEALAND LOAN

    The underwriters will receive 87 per cent of the New Zealand loan of £4,000,000. The "Times" says that the market. ...

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  19. CUBAN REVOLT.

    The Cuban Government resents the United States' intervention, and expresses confidence of being able to stamp out the insurrection without ...

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  20. A GYMNAST'S FALL.

    A turn presented at the King's Theatre last night by Austen and Mayne, aerial gymnasts and Roman ring experts, came to an abrupt termination. ...

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  21. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

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  22. KENT BEATEN.

    The Northamptonshire County team caused a surprise to-day, when they beat Kent by four wickets at Northampton. ...

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