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  2. MANCHURIAN CAMPAIGN

    The attack by the Russian cavalry and artillery on the Japanese garrison at Chiataitzu, between the Hun River and the railway, has failed. The garrison, at the ...

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  3. REVOLT IN RUSSIA

    The Liberal minority of the Moscow nobles, having failed to carry the Conservative majority with them in a resolution to the Czar asking for representative ...

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  4. THE BALTIC FLEET.

    A somewhat sensational announcement has just been made in connection with the voyage of Admiral Rozhdestvensky's fleet through the North Sea in October last. ...

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  5. FALL OF PORT ARTHUR.

    Supplementary to the graphic description of the fall of Port Arthur, which was telegraphed from Fremantle, and published in "The Argus" of Friday last, the ...

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  6. PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    HOBART, Tuesday.—"We have been sworn three ways not to divulge our debates," Mr. Reid remarked at lunch-time to-day, when the Premiers' Conference ...

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  7. The Argus.

    Imagination revels in the suppressed details of the proceedings in the Labour League Conference of New South Wales respecting the Isaacs-Lyne ...

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  8. DOGGER BANK INCIDENT.

    One of the foreign commissioners inquiring into the Dogger Bank incident in Paris has given an interview to a press representative, in which is contained a forecase of the ...

    Article : 134 words
  9. MELBOURNE HOSPITAL FINANCES.

    At yesterday's meeting of the Melbourne Hospital committee there was some discussion regarding the cost of maintenance of the Hospital, and the comments recently ...

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  10. CHINESE ON TH RAND.

    Speaking at Manchester soem days ago the Prime Minister (Mr. Balfour), in criticising generally the attitude of the Liberal party, said that the success of Chinese ...

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  11. PUBLIC SERVICE CASE.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The board of inquiry investigating the case of Nicholas Hart, an officer of the Postal department, charged with refusing to go to Bundaberg, ...

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  12. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Sir Gilbert Parker, M. P., the novelist, has been visiting South Africa, where for four months de devoted himself to an investigation of agriculture in the Transvaal ...

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  13. JEWS IN THE EAST END.

    Baron Rothschild, the well-known Jewish millionaire financier, is taking steps to relieve the distress amongst his co-religionists in the East End of London. ...

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  14. THE BELGIAN STRIKE

    There are now 16,000 miners on strike at Mons, the coal-mining town in Belgium, where the men have demanded an increase of 25 per cent. in their wages and a ...

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  15. INTERNATIONAL TENNIS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—For the proposed Australasian lawn tennis team to go to England and compete for the Davis Cup the New Zealnd association has nominated ...

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  16. IRRIGATION.

    The "Daily Express" mentions a great irrigation scheme projected by Sir William Willcocks, the well-known irrigation expert, who carried out the barrage works on the ...

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  17. ARGENTINE TROUBLE.

    Cables from the Argentine give a few additional particulars of the incipient insurrection which was quelled by the authorities there. ...

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  18. QUEEN VICTORIA STATUE.

    Opposite the Field Engineers' Depot, on an eminence overlooking Alexandra-avenue, stands a structure of corrugated iron, which marks the site of the Queen Victoria ...

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  19. HISTORIC MANSIONS.

    The residence of Sir Charles Tennant, Bart., The Glen, Innerleithen, Peebleshire, has been destroyed by fire. The disaster was due to the fusing of the electric light ...

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  20. AMERICAN EVANGELIST.

    The Rev. Dr. R. A. Torrey, the American evangelist, who visited Australia a few years ago with Mr. W. Edgar Geil, has, with Mr. Alexander, his choir leader, ...

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  21. AN AMERICAN HEIRESS.

    Mr. Lochhart, a magnate of the Standard Oil Combination, died recently, leaving a fortune valued at £30,000,000. He bequeathed to his daughter only £60,000, ...

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  22. NEWCASTLE COAL MINES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Negotiations are said to be satisfactorily proceeding between the Northern Colliery Proprietors' Association and the Miners' Federation with a view ...

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  23. AN AUSTRALIAN SINGER.

    Miss Hetty Holroyd, the Sydney soprano, made a successful appearance at the Chappell ballad concert in the Queen's-hall yesterday. ...

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  24. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Bar silver is quoted at 28 ½d. per ounce standard, being an advance of 1-16d. since Saturday. ...

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  25. MAIL STEAMERS.

    R.M.S. Ophir, homeward bound, arrived at Marseilles on February 5. R.M.S. Orizaba, for Australia, left Colombo on February 6. ...

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  26. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat.—The cargo of 5,091 quarters old Victorian wheat, and 5,143 bags old Victorian oats, per Blenheim from Melbourne October 8, has been sold; the wheat at ...

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  27. DR. ROTH'S REPORT.

    Sir,—I regret to find that when I addressed my letter to you which appeared in to-day's issue, for the moment I had quite forgotten that on my bookshelf I had a copy ...

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  28. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—Webster v. Shaw, Price v. Williamson, in the matter of Smith and others and the Stamps Act, Brown v. Lizars, in the estate of Leeson, deceased. ...

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  29. SHIPPING NEWS.

    The following arrivals are announced:— Turakina, s.s., from Wellington December 24; Germaine, bq., from Melbourne October 7; Banffshire, s.s., from Sydney October ...

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  30. A DAMAGED SHIP.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—The master of the barque Tasmania, which arrived on Monday, reported having on January 12, in lat. 41½deg. south, lon. 39deg. east, sighted ...

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  31. S.S. TAIYUAN AT THURSDAY ISLAND.

    THURSDAY ISLAND, Tuesday.—The s.s. Taiyuan arrived to-day from Hong Kong, with the following passengers:—For Sydney.—Mrs. and Master Bailey, Dr. Wilson, Messrs. Fearon, Cowen, ...

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  32. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Joseph Woods, Barongarook, farmer. Filed at Colac. ...

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