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  2. ESTATE OF THE LATE EDWARD WILSON.

    We subjoin a list of the charitable institutions (with the amounts allotted to them) which have been selected by the trustees of the Edward Wilson ...

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  3. The Argus.

    Coronation Day has come, but under circumstances dramatically sad. British people throughout the empire will be engaged to-day in putting a brave face ...

    Article : 6,986 words
  4. CHAMPAGNE AND BEER.

    The festivities provided for the unemployed of the metropolis were continued at Argyle-place, Carlton, yesterday, under the direction of Mr. J. W. Fleming, and ...

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  5. A CABINET MEETING.

    Yesterday the Marquis of Salisbury and Mr. Balfour went to Buckingham Palace, to inquire how the King was. Afterwards a Cabinet meeting was held in Mr. Balfour's room, and arrangements were made for the transaction of state business during His Majesty's illness. ...

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  6. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    There were about 8,000 people present when Yorkshire commenced their second innings, with 117 runs required to win. Tunnieliffe and Brown went in first, but ...

    Article : 538 words
  7. THE KING'S ILLNESS.

    A bulletin has been issued this morning, stating that the King was restless until 1 o'clock a.m. He then slept, and was free from pain. At half-past 10 o'clock this morning no untoward symptoms had shown themselves, and His Majesty's ...

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  8. CITY TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS

    During the review this afternoon, all vehicle traffic, including trams, will be stopped at 3 p.m. at the junction of St. Kilda and Toorak roads going north, and ...

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  9. THE COLONIAL PREMIERS

    The United Empire Trade League gave a luncheon yesterday, at which Mr. Barton and Mr. Seddon were among the guests. The chair was occupied by Mr. James ...

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  10. DEATH OF MR. GEORGE LEAKE.

    Mr. George Leake, Premier of Western Australia, died on Tresday night. About a fortnight ago he was seized with influenza, upon which severe pneumonia supervened, ...

    Article : 545 words
  11. "THE AUSTRALASIAN."

    In new of the serious illness of His Majesty the King, the fine full-page portrait given of him in this week's issue of "The Australasian" will be addtionally ...

    Article : 289 words
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