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  2. KING AND KAISER.

    The Emperor William of Germany has arranged to return the recent visit of King Edward next month. The visit will be of a more ceremonious description than that of ...

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  3. A LONG SLEEP.

    The strange case of Susan Tipping who had a long cataleptic sleep at Kyneton, has already been reported in "The Argus," and has caused much local and general interest. ...

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  4. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    The fate of the Labour Cabinet is now to some extent bound up with the Arbitration Bill. Ministers have already been defeated and discredited on several important ...

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  5. NEW MOVEMENT.

    The Farmers' Convention at Kyneton was marked by clever debating, earnest and capable work, and the planning of a scheme of organisation which promises to weld the ...

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  6. MR. IRVINE, M.L.A.

    The inaugural banquet of Australian merchants in London (writes our correspondent) proved a great success, members of the Austral[?] ...

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  7. RUSSIA'S TWO FLEETS OUT. BOTH ENGAGED BY THE JAPANESE.

    Circumstantial reports are in circulation which show that Russia's two Far Eastern fleets—the Port Arthur and the Vladivostock squadrons—are on the high seas, and ...

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  8. BANKING SCANDAL.

    The trial has been concluded of the two directors of the Po[?]nian Bank, Schultz and Rom[?]ch who were accused of placing large sums of money to the credit of Baron ...

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  9. THE MISSION IN THIBET. ARMISTICE EXTENDED.

    The armistice granted by Colonel Young-husband to the Thibetans, to enable envoys to arrive from Lhassa, expired at midnight last night. It was, however, ascertained that ...

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  10. NOTES ON THE CABLES.

    Although there is a possibility that the two fleet actions referred to in this morning's cable messages may be two accounts of the same engagement, it ...

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  11. THE ENVOYS ARRIVE.

    The two Thibetan envoys from the Dalai Lama have arrived in Gyangtse, and have met Colonel Younghusband at the British camp. Their names are Tongsa and Penlop, ...

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  12. PASTORAL INDUSTRY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— A number of reports have been received from the stock inspectors in reference to the autumn l[?]mbing. Generally these indicate a favourable state ...

    Article : 471 words
  13. BRITISH EAST AFRICA.

    Earl Percy, the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, made a statement in the House of Commons yesterday regarding the resignation of Sir Charles Norton Eliot, ...

    Article : 165 words
  14. TRADE AND LABOUR.

    Three hundred workmen from the United Kingdom have been invited to visit Paris as delegates from their societies Delegates from the German Chambers of ...

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  15. FEDERAL FINANCES.

    The fact that the Federal Treasurer had a surplus of £746,014 at the end of the financial year on Thursday last may convey the impression that the Commonwealth finances ...

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  16. POLICE SCANDAL.

    A great sensation was caused recently in Cape Town by the arrest of a number of members of the police force on charges of blackmailing, and of shielding gambling, ...

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  17. THE CITY HAWKERS. THEIR INFLUENCE ON PRICES.

    The Premier (Mr. Bent) disclaims any responsibility for the action of the two street hawkers who were arrested in Swanston-street on Friday afternoon. It seems that ...

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  18. ATTACK ON PORT ARTHUR.

    Russian despatches admit that heavy land fighting took place at Port Arthur on Sunday last, and that they were compelled to retire on their main positions. ...

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  19. THE LICENSING BILL.

    Pursuant to notice, Mr. Balfour, the Prime Minister, gave notice of the intention of the Government to apply the closure by compartments to the Licensing Bill, which ...

    Article : 177 words
  20. MR. G. F. WATTS DEAD.

    The death occurred yesterday of Mr. George Frederick Watts, the vetern Royal Academician, who has been seriously ill for some days from bro[?]chitis. ...

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  21. FATAL [?] FIRE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A terrible fatality occured near Exeter, in the Mossvale district, late on Friday night. The house of a farmer named Hunnisett took fire, and ...

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  22. ANTWERP WOOL SALES.

    The series of Antwerp wool sales which opened on Wednesday closed yesterday Bidding was more animated. Of La P[?] wool 9,844 bales were offered, ...

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  23. WEST AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS

    PERTH, Sunday.—In the course of an interview on the political situation yesterday, the Premier (Mr.James) said that the most striking accomplishment of the elections had ...

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  24. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. SILVER.

    To-day's quotation for silver is 26?d. per ounce, a rise of ¼d. since Thursday. LONDON, July 3. To-day's quotation for silver is 26¼d. ...

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  25. MANCHURIAN CAMPAIGN.

    Torrential rains are falling in Manchuria, and the Japanese advance has consequently been checked. The roads to the south of Haicheng, on the railway line, are flooded ...

    Article : 185 words
  26. MINING SHARES.

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  27. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Peel River Land and Mineral Company has declared an interim dividend of 2 pet cent. It has been arranged that a French ...

    Article : 194 words
  28. PLEA FOR THE HAWKERS.

    Sir,—I went to see some friends off at Prince's-bridge railway station. They intended to take fish with them, but the trucks had all disappeared, in obedience to ...

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  29. STRENGTH OF THE RIVAL ARMIES.

    There is a wide disparity in the different estimates of the strength of the two armies. French advices are that General Kuropatkin has only 70,000 men at his disposal, ...

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  30. DISTRESS AT OUTTRIM.

    A demonstration was held in the Collingwood Town-hall yesterday afternoon, under the auspices of the Collingwood and Abbotsford branches of the P.L.C., in aid of the ...

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  31. R.M.S. MONGOLIA.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—The P. and O. liner Mongolia, which will take up the running of the R.M.S. Australia, arrived from London at a quarter to 1 o'clock this ...

    Article : 264 words
  32. NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT.

    WELLINGTON, Saturday.—Speaking in the House of Representatives yesterday, Mr. Duthie, member for Wellington, sharply criticised the action of the Government in ...

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  33. THE RECENT NAVAL FIGHT.

    An official account has at length come to hand, through Admiral Alexieff, regarding the naval fight of last week at Port Arthur. The admiral merely transmits the report of ...

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  34. BAD RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.

    Sir,—I was one of the many unfortunates who were obliged to travel by the Sydney express yesterday. I am rather an able-bodied, active lady, but yesterday it availed ...

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  36. R.M.S. DUMBEA DELAYED.

    PERTH Sunday.—The French mail steamer Dumbea arrived at Frimantic from Largs Bay today, three days behind time. The vessel met with rough weather, and in ...

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