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  2. STATE ELECTIONS.

    The candidates for the vacancy in the electorate of Melbourne East created by the death of Mr. John Anderson had an opportunity up till 12 o'clock last night of ...

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  3. SEIZURE OF AMMUNITION

    The case Fracis, Times, and Co. v. Carr has come before the House of Lords, which yesterday overruled the judgment by the Court of Appeal and affirmed Mr. ...

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  4. THE BOER WAR. BOTHA IN FAVOUR OF PEACE.

    In connection with the recent exchange of cypher cable messages between General Louis Botha and Mr. Kruger reported by Lord Kitchener a few days ago, it appears ...

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  5. KING'S DECLARATION.

    The High Church and Ritualistic newspapers denounce the amendments recommended by the select committee of the House of Lords which was appointed on ...

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  6. THE ROYAL VISITORS. ADELAIDE FESTIVITIES.

    The festivities in connection with the Royal visit commenced to-day, which, was proclaimed a public holiday throughout the state. Early in the morning the people ...

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  7. ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL

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  8. IN THE FEDERAL GALLERIES.

    The Speaker explained that owing to the return of Mr. G. H. Jenkins to his position in the Victorian Parliament, Mr. C. G. Duffy would be clerk in future, and Mr. ...

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  9. PERSONAL.

    Their Excellencies Lord and Lady Hopetoun, His Serene Highness Prince Alexander of Teck, the Duke of Roxburghe, Viscount Crighton, Hon. Mrs. Derek ...

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  10. RIMINGTON'S SCOUTS.

    On Friday last, the 5th inst., a party of Rimington's Scouts captured a position occupied by Boers, taking 19 prisoners. There was some sharp fighting at close quarters, ...

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  11. AMERICAN PRISONERS.

    Among the prisoners captured be the British during the war were some American subjects, who were fighting for the Boers. The United States Government has ...

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  12. COLONEL HAY'S VIEWS.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Herald" states that Colonel John Hay, the American Secretary of State, agrees with Lord Milner, Her Majesty's ...

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  13. AFFAIRS IN CHINA. THE COURT'S RETURN TO PEKING.

    There are indications that the Chinese Court contemplates a return to Peking. The Forbidden City has been closed to the public, and preparations are being made ...

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  14. PRO-BOERS EMBARRASSED.

    The obstinacy of Mr. Kruger in urging General Botha to continue the war is causing considerable embarrassment to the proBoers. ...

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  15. MURDER OF A SOLDIER.

    Two Cape Colony rebels have been tried and convicted at Aliwal North of the murder of a British soldier. They are to be treated as ordinary murderers, and ...

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  16. JANET LADY CLARKE'S APPEAL. A HANDSOME DONATION.

    Sir,—It gave me much pleasure to see the letter of Janet Lady Clarke in your Monday's issue. At the moment I happened to be in possession of 100 guineas, which I wa ...

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  17. THE AMERICA CUP.

    In the trial race held at Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday, for the selection of a defender of the America Cup, the light-weather qualities displayed by ...

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  18. FLOODS IN KIANGSI.

    A correspondent of the "Standard" states that terrible floods have occurred in the province of Kiangsi, South-Eastern China, and that 4,000 Chinese have been ...

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  19. NEW SOUTH WALES BUSHMEN.

    The War Office is promptly honouring the demands by the New South Wales Government on account of the arrears of pay for the New South Wales Imperial ...

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  20. GENERAL BOTHA.

    A Blue Book his been issued containing a number of Boer documents that fell into the hands of the British. In an address dated March 15, General ...

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  21. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—We are blessed with constant employment, a good roof over our heads, a plenitude of food, fuel, and warm clothing. flow terrible must be the lot of those who, ...

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  22. WHITE VERSUS YELLOW.

    Serious trouble is threatened on the Fraser River, British Columbia. The white fishermen having refused to fish for salmon on the terms offered by ...

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  23. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    The 800 Australian soldiers returning by the troopship Orient will reach Hobson's Bay probably during the early hours of Friday morning. It his been decided that the ...

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  24. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—The community is much indebted to Janet Lady Clarke for her touching appeal for aid to the needy. The philanthropic public of Melbourne will doubtless respond ...

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  25. THE HEAT IN NEW YORK.

    During the week ending Saturday last 989 deaths from sunstroke occurred in Greater New York. ...

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  26. THE VLAKFONTEIN FIGHT.

    In the House of Commons last night, Colonel A. H. Lee, Conservative member, for South Hants, drew attention to the letter by Mr. Edgar Wallace, one of the ...

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  27. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    The Messageries Maritimes Co.'s steamer Lans, which has arrived from the Far East, has landed 15 Arab stokers suffering from the bubonic plague, at the plague station, ...

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  28. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—The thanks of all who are interested in the welfare of the poor are due to Janet Lady Clarke for her earnest and timely appeal. She has touched the very ...

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  29. THE LONDON WOOL SALES

    At the London wool sales to-day the competition was good, and prices were unchanged. The following are the average prices ...

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  30. TULLIBARDINE'S HORSE.

    Lieutenant Hamilton, of Nathalia, a member of Tullibardine's Scottish Horse, who was wounded on Aptil 30, writes to say that he has been commissioned by the ...

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  31. A MILLIONAIRE'S GIFT.

    The late Mr. Jacob Rogers, the millionaire manufacturer of locomotive steamengines at Paterson, New Jersey, has left 8,000,000dol. (£1,000,000) to the Art ...

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  32. THE SYDNEY VISIT.

    The Premier presented to H.R.H. the Duke of Cornwall and York just before he left Sydney copies of "Captain Cook's Log and Chart," of the "Historical Records," ...

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  33. SHOCKING MINING ACCIDENT.

    Joseph Ketterer, while at work in the Lloyd Copper Company's mine, Burraga, to-day, tamping a hole in the No. 10 level, was killed by an explosion, which blew half ...

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  34. MEMORIALS TO SOLDIERS.

    A marble mural tablet, erected to the memory of William Christle, of the Bushmen's contingeut, who died at Rustenburg last December, was unvelled by Coloned Price on Sunday afternoon, in St. ...

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  35. ARBITRATION.

    The "New York Herald" says that the United States will not, consent to refer to arbitration the question of compensation to British subjects who were expelled from ...

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  36. IN MEMORIAM SERVICE.

    PORTSEA.—An in memoriam service was conducted by the Rev. M. M. Whitton at St. John's Church of England on June 23 in connection with the soldiers who were killed in South Africa, one ...

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  37. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS.

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  38. NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS

    The complete returns have been received from Condobolin, and these give Mr. P. J. Clara, the selected Labour candidate, a majority of 14 over Mr. A. Stewart ...

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  39. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Bar silver is quoted at 27d. per oz. standard, being a decline of 1-16d. since Saturday. ...

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  40. INTERNATIONAL BOWLS.

    The Australian bowls team, who are at present touring Scotland, played a game yesterday against the Ayr Club, and met with a very severe defeat, scoring only 79 ...

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  41. WEST AUSTRALIAN ARRANGEMENTS.

    Replying to a question in the House today, the Premier said that the Government had agreed to expend £25,000 on the Royal visit. ...

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  42. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Tin.—The spot quotation for the yesterday was £139, or an advance of £8/15/ since the 6th inst., and the three months' quotation was £118/15/. ...

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  43. FEDERAL RELIEF FUND.

    The hon. treasurer (Mr. W. T. Appleton) of the fund acknowledges the following amounts:—Second day's collection on canvas-sheet at St. Paul's Cathedral corner, £17/4/; per Victorian Chamber ...

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  44. THE NEW GOVERNOR.

    It is expected that the appointment of the new Governor for Victoria will be made during the next few days. The delay that has taken place was owing to a ...

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  45. SHIPPING NEWS.

    The following arrivals and departures are reported:— Arrivals.—Birger, from Bunbury February 18; Nurnberg, from Fremantle March ...

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  46. VICE-REGAL DANCE.

    The dance given in the Prahran Townhall last night by His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor and Lady Madden was a very smart affair, the welcome change from ...

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  47. MAIL STEAMERS.

    The P. and O. R.M.S. Australia left Colombo for Australia on the 7th inst. The R.M.S. Aotea left Cape Town on the morning of June 6 for Hobart. ...

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  48. A ROUGH VOYAGE.

    The brigantine Vision, which left Newcastle for Auckland on June 21, encountered a terrible sea five hours after leaving port. The whole of the after part of the vessel ...

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  49. A BLOCK-HOUSE FIGHT.

    A correspondent of the "Daily News" gives an account of a serious reverse that has befallen the Boers south of Kroonstad, in the Orange River Colony. The guards ...

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  50. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    William Jackson, of Derby-street, Kensington, labourer. Causes of insolvency— Having, through illness, to borrow money at excessive rates of interest, being pressed ...

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  51. THE DROUGHT IN QUEENSLAND

    Mr. W. Hammond, manager of Hughenden Station, in the Northern district, states that the returns forwarded to the registrargeneral at the beginning of the year by the ...

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  52. NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT.

    The balance-sheet of the Bank of New Zealand, laid on the table of the House of Representatives, shows a profit for the year of £300,242. ...

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  53. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At 11 a.m. (in the Second Civil Court). —Melbourne General Sessions.—Calendar for July. LICENSING COURT. ...

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  54. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Prior to the coronation of His Majesty the King, in June next year, Westminster Abbey will be closed for three months. The London and India Docks Company is ...

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  55. ARRIVAL OF THE CHANGSHA.

    The steamer Changsha, from Hong Kong, called in at Moreton Bay yesterday. The through passengers to Sydney are—Mr. and Mrs. St. Aubyn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerschal, Mrs. Maundell and child, ...

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  56. THE CAPE RAIDERS.

    Particular have been published of the partial looting by Commandant Scheepers of Murraysburg, 50 miles north-west of Graaff Reinet. ...

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