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  2. IRISH SITUATION. GOVERNMENT'S POLICY.

    At a great Unionist demonstration at the Queen's-hall last night Mr. Balfour, the leader of the Opposition, and other leading Unionist's vigorously attacked the ...

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  3. MURDERER'S PLOTS.

    More startling evidence has been given by Harry Orchard, the self-confessed murderer, in connection with the trial at Boise City, in the United States, of the union officials ...

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  4. CRIME IN THE CITY. SAFE ROBBERY ATTEMPTED.

    Still another safe robbery has been attempted. This latest case is clearly the work of amateur cracksmen, and, fortunately, their efforts were unsuccessful. Some ...

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  5. PERSONAL.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) will arrive at Fremantle on Thursday by the Orontes. He will reach Melbourne on the following Tuesday. Sir John Forrest (the ...

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  6. LORD DUNDONALD.

    Major-General the Earl of Dundonald, who has had a distinguished millitary eareer, and who from 1902 to 1904 had command of the militia in Canada, has decided to ...

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  7. ENGLISH MAIL SERVICE. GUARANTEE SCHEME.

    The following statement (type-written) from the Acting Prime Minister (Sir John Forrest) was made available for publication yesterday:— ...

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  8. STRENGTHENING THE LAW.

    Probably one of the measures that will be brought before the state Parliament early in the session will be that to enable the police to deal with criminals at large under ...

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  9. SIR JOHN FORREST'S RETICENCE.

    Sir John Forrest, on being interviewed said that he could make no statement, as if the Commonwealth had any locus standi before, it certainly had none now. ...

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  10. DISCHARGED PRISONERS.

    BENDIGO, Friday.—Superintendent Sainsbury, who is now at the head of the police force in the Bendigo and Northern district to-day referred to his prediction ...

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  11. CONTRACTORS NOTIFIED.

    The Melbourne representative of the contractors (Mr. W. H. Croker) has notified his principals in London of the decision of the state Cabinet, and has asked ...

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  12. CAMPAIGN AGAINST LANDLORDS

    The disturbed condition of Ireland was again a subject of reference in the House of Commons last evening, when the Chief Secretary for Ireland was questioned ...

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  13. POSITION OF VICTORIA.

    Speaking yesterday with reference to the proposal of the state Government to give the whole gearantee asked for by the new mail line syndicate, the Acting Premier ...

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  14. RESTLESS JAMAICA. ANOTHER SEVERE EARTHQUAKE.

    Kingston, the capital of Jamaica, which early in January was devastated by an earthquake, and has since suffered several minor shocks, has been again visited by a ...

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  15. DARING WINDOW ROBBERY.

    An interesting variation on the predominating theme of safe robberies is a case of shop-breaking, reported by Mr. John Gaul, pawnbroker, of Queensberry-street, ...

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  16. RUSSIA AND JAPAN.

    The Russian Government is evidently satisfied with the aspect of political affairs in the Far East. M. iswolsky, the Foreign Minister, has ...

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  17. MR. PRICE SHOCKED.

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—The Premier (Mr. Price) says he cannot understand, in view of the decision at the Premiers' Conference, why the Victorian Government ...

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  18. TEMPERANCE-HALL ROBBERY.

    The clever safe robbery at the Temperance-hall still engages the attention of Detectives Burvett and Hawkins. Though they have not yet closed their inquiries, it is ...

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  19. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Sir Henry Campbell-Rannerman, the Prime Minister, has intimated that the Government do not intend to bring forward a bill for the disestablishment of the Welsh ...

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  20. THE MINT ROBBERY.

    "We are still investigating the case," said inspector Gleeson last evening when asked if there were any developments in regard to the robbery at the Mint. "Not ...

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  21. FEELING IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. J. A. Paxton, chairman of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the Commonwealth, says:— "There has been probably more lying over ...

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  22. OLYMPIA HORSE SHOW.

    The consensus of opinion among those who have visited the great horse show at "Olympia" during the week is that the British hor[?]e is supreme. The success of ...

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  23. PROGRESS OF BILLS.

    The Factory and Workshop Act Amendment Bill, in connection with which the inspection of convent laundries was discussed, passed its third reading in the House ...

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  24. SHOCK IN CHILL.

    The Chilian seaport of Valdivia, which in 1837 was destroyed by an earthquake, has suffered in a less degree from a similar disturbance. The damage included the ...

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  25. PRIVATE HOUSE LOOTED.

    Mrs. Cecilia Cole, residing at No. 6 Bath-street. Abbo[?]ford, has reported to the Collingwood police that during her absence from home on Thursday afternoon her ...

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  26. THE STOLEN GOLD.

    BENDIGO, Friday.—Mr. E. M. Pascoe was seen on Friday by a representative of "The Argus," and was asked what he thought of the statement made to the effect ...

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  27. EXPLORER'S FATE.

    A Swiss mining explorer, Mr. Walter Wo[?] who has been carrying out an expedition in the negro republic of Liberia, in West Africa, has met a dreadiul fate. ...

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  28. THE RAND STRIKERS.

    The miners now out on strike from the gold-miner in the Transvaal are asking the assistance of the British Labour party. They have written to Mr. Ramsay ...

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  29. MR. CHAMBERLAIN.

    Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, who lately returned to England after spending several months in the south of France for the benefit of his health, has gone to his home at ...

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  30. CRICKET REFORM.

    The special committee of the Victorian Cricket Association, which was recently appointed to inquire into the condition of Victorian cricket and to suggest any means ...

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  31. WATCH-SNATCHERS AT WORK.

    Mr. William Randall was one of a crowd that gathered outside the Ballarat Star Hotel last evening to witness the arrest of two inc[?]ted Hhinu[?]. Suddenly he felt ...

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  32. QUEENSLAND'S ATTITUDE.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Although no information is available in Brisbane in the matter of the mail contract, it is believed that an answer has been sent to Sir John ...

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  33. NAVAL FATALITY.

    An explosion occurred yesterday on the submarine [?] 8 at Portsmouth. The effect was to throw Licutenant Hart, who was in charge of the vessel, bredlong among the ...

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  34. RED CROSS SOCIETY.

    An international conference of delegates from Red Cross societies is being held in London. The work of the societies is to furnish aid to the sick and wounded in time ...

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  35. CHINESE CANNIBALISM.

    Awful sufferings are being endured by the inhabitants of the famine-street districts of China, who have been reduced to the most horrible practice in the straggle to ...

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  36. MR. THONEMANN IN EXPLANATION.

    Sir,—As my name has been mentioned in connection with this matter, it is only fair that I should clearly state my position, I undertook that, on the Government ...

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  37. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Samuel Stevle, late of Stawell, who died on April [?], under a will dated January 22. P[?]7, left estate valued for probate at £7,[?] including £2,165 [?]ty and £3,025 personalty, to his daughters. ...

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  38. SPRUNG A LEAK.

    The barque Hans, 376 tons, which left Melbourne for Fabmouth on March 11 with a cargo of which, has put into Durban, having spring a leak. The cargo has sustained ...

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  39. MR. CARRUTHERS INTERVIEWED.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Premier (Mr. telegi.iin ft oin Mreceived the followingmg Pi.. I mier of Victoria:— ...

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  40. ENGLSH ELEVEN'S VISIT.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Mr. M'Elhone, secretary of the b[?]rd of controd, has received a letter from the Marylebone club stating that Jackson and Fry have been invited to join ...

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  41. MR. FISKEN'S PUNERAL,

    The high esteem in which the late Mr. Archibald Fisken was held by the community was shown by the very large gathering of repre-entative citizens present at the ...

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  42. INDIAN UNREST.

    The Indian Government is continuing its energetic policy of suppression rendered neccssary by the existence of sedition among the native population. ...

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  43. CHARWOMAN'S PURSE STOLEN.

    What looks like a contemptible crime is reported from Wellington-street, Kew, On the evening of the 7th inst a young man called at the residence of Mrs. Rudge, ...

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  44. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    The county match, Glou[?] v. Northampton, which has ended in an easy victory for Glouacester, has been remarkable for the low scoring of the Northampton eleven, ...

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  45. LOSS OF MEMORY.

    About 11 o'clock on Thursday night, Constable R. Condon observed a young woman walling along Queen's parade, Clifton Hill, in an aimless manner, which, led him to ...

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  46. MEAT CARGO SPOILED.

    When the steamer Banffshire, which left Melbourne for London on May 9, reached Cape Town, it was found that portion of her cargo of frozen ment had been spoiled. ...

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  47. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Robert Treviss Moore, of Collins-street, Melbourne, mining investor. Compulsory sequestration. Caused of insolveney—Losses in mining investments. Liabilities, £20,814 ...

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  48. TANNER'S ARK SAFE.

    WELLINGTON, Friday.—The fears entertained for the safety of Felix Tanner and the five men who put to sea with him in an "ark" have been set at rest by the news ...

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  49. LAWN TENNIS.

    Norman E. Brookes, the Melbourne lawn tennis champion, has scored another success at Manchester, where he won the singles, and was runner-up in the doubles a few ...

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  50. "HANDS UP OR I'LL STIFFEN YOU."

    An alarming story is told by Mr. Olsen, a night attendant at the Melbourne Hospital. Monday night is Mr. Olsen's evening off duty, and last Monday evening he ...

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  51. COLONIAL FRUITS. EXHIBITS IN LONDON.

    An excellent show of colonial fruits has been made at the Horticultural Societies' Exhibition in London. The South Australian Government and ...

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  52. RENEWAL OF LOVE.

    WELLINGTON, Friday.—Thomas M'Kay, the [?]ealous lover who bit off a girl's [?] at Duned[?], has been ordered to keep the pease for six months. The parties are ...

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  56. CARGO OF APPLES SOLD.

    The consignment of Australian apples by the s.s. Hector, which left Melbourne on April 13, has been sold at Liverpool. The bulk brought 7/ to 9/3 per case. New York ...

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  58. POOR-BOX STOLEN.

    A variety of crimes [?]s daily reported, but none quite so contemptible as that committed in the Royal Oak Hotel, Swanston-street, last evening. In the front bar of the ...

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