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  2. SENSATIONAL PLOT.

    There was an exciting session of the Russian Duma on Friday, when the discovery of a sensational plot was announced by the Premier (M. Stolypin). It was followed by ...

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  3. CRIME IN THE CITY.

    The inquiries made by the police during the past two days have satisfied them on one point, that Thomas Brenan, who was arrested in Sydney under the Influx of ...

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  4. HOUSE OF LORDS. THE GOVERNMENT ATTACK.

    Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, the Prime Minister, in the House of Commons yesterday gave notice of the resolution which the Government proposes to carry as a ...

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  5. LABOUR ON THE RAND. GOVERNMENT INTENTIONS.

    On the reaseembling of the Reansvaal Parliament yesterday, General Botha made an important statement of Government policy on the labour question. ...

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  6. PORTARLINGTON SENSATION

    PORTARLINGTON, Sunday.—Great excitement was caused here this afternoon. A fisherman named Dominick Turraboucha has been annoying for a week Mrs. Mitchell, a ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    Last night Dr. Fishbourne was able to pronounce Mr. Graham, M.L.A., out of danger from the attack of pneumonia with which he is suffering. The fever has now ...

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  8. THE MAIL CONTRACT. POSITION OF STATE GOVEENMENT

    "Would we not have preferred New South Wales to do exactly what we have done, and give us six months in which to decide if we would come in on equal terms?" was a ...

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  9. MESSAGE FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The following telegram was received by the Acting Premer (Mr. Davies) on Saturday morninng from Mr. Price, the Premier of South Australia:— ...

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  10. THE MEN ON STRIKE.

    The mine-owners on the Rand affeted by the strike have had an interview with General Botha. the Transvall Premier. They offered to leave the matters in ...

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  11. PROVISIONAL AGREEMENT.

    To-day the Acting Premier and Mr. Croker will meet for the purpose of settling the final details of the agreement between the state and the contractors. There ...

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  12. LORD NEWTON'S BILL.

    When Lord Newton's bill for the reform of the House of Lords was before that Chamber last month, it was partly sbelved by the carying of a resolution in favour of ...

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  13. QUEENSLAND'S POSITON. I

    Sir.—Recent developments with regard to the English mail contract, and especially in its relation to Queensland, suggest, "Is the existence of a Federal Government a mere ...

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  14. SOUTH AFRICA.

    In the course of a Government statement which he made on the reassembling of the Transvaal Parliament yesterday, General Botha (the Premier). said that the ...

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  15. WHAT THE GUARANTEE IS.

    Mr. Davies disagrees with the contention of "The Argus" that the state Government might find itself ivolved in a greater expenditure than £125,000 a year. He said ...

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  16. RUSSIA AND JAPAN.

    An agreement has been concluded between the Russian and Japanese Governments regarding the working of the railways which were formerly under Russian management, ...

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  17. ROYAL VISITORS.

    Their Majesties King Frederick and Queen Louise of Denmark, who have been on a visit to King Edward and Queen Alexandra during this week, left to-day on their ...

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  18. KIA ORA WRECK.

    WELLINGTON, Saturday.—Further accounts of the Kia Ora wreek show that before he went down with his vessel Captain Blacklock did his best for those on board. ...

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  19. JAPAN AND AMERICA.

    The Japanese resta[?]rant-keepers who have been attacked and had their promises damaged by the hoodlums, and in some cases by members of labour unions in San ...

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  20. PRINCE IN THE DOCK.

    The public prosector of Berlin has ordered an investigation into charges against Prince Philip, of Eulenburg, of having been guilty of an unnatural offence. A ...

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  21. THE MEDIC DAMAGED.

    The White Star liner Medie-sister ship of the ill-fated Suevi[?]—which left Melbourne on April 16 for London via the Cape. has met with a serious accident. ...

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  22. SCANDAL IN THE ARMY.

    Serious scandals arising from gambling and consequent money-leading transactions are being investigated in connection with the German army. The Kaiser has ordered ...

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  23. UNREST IN IRELAND.

    The extent to which society in some parts of Ireland is permeated by the spirit of agitation is shown by the fact that two resident magistratest at Birr, in King's ...

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  24. WHO NEGOTIATED?

    Mr. Davies stands to his position that the state has deak entirely with Sir John Forrest, and not with Mr. Croker. The prooisition was brought before the ...

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  25. BUTTER FREIGHTS.

    In London Mr. Bent has had brought under his notice the claims of the FederalHoulder-Shire line to be alloted a share of the butter freights from Victoria. The ...

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  26. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The National Rifle Association has concluded the selection of the team of rifle shots which is to visit Australia. The names of the members are as follow:— ...

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  27. DIVORCE CASE.

    Mr. Harold James Keckitt (son of Sir James Reckitt of Reckitt and Sons Limited, who is noted for his philanthropy and for his great gifts to the city of H[?]ll). ...

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  28. MR. REID'S DOUBTS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Mr. G. H. Reid, M.H.R., in regard to the mail contract said. in the course of an interview. "Although I have said nothing to embartiss the ...

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  29. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    The following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's market quotations, based on actual sales of not less than 100 car[?] of mutton or lamb or 25 quarters of beef of ...

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  30. "THE MIKADO."

    The prohibition against the naval and military bands playing selections from "The Mikad[?]," which was enforeed during the visit to England of Prince Fashion, has been ...

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  31. THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday,—Sir Joseph Ward arrived by the R.M.S. Mooltan yesterday accompanied by Lady Ward, Miss Ward. Mr. Cyril Ward, and Mr. Hislop (private ...

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  32. NEW ZEALAND BOWLERS.

    Another defeat has to be recovered against the New Zealand bowling team, who are making a tour of England. They played a match against the Newcastle Westend ...

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  33. MR. ARCHIBALD FISKEN.

    In the course of his sermon at Seats Church yesterday morning, the Rev. Dr. Marshall made sympathetic reference to the death of Mr. Archi[?]ald Fishen, and spoke ...

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  34. MOTORING.

    Nazzaro, the Italian motorist, in a Fiat car, has won the first international race and the Kaiser's Cup, at Hamburg. The distance was 300 miles, and he covered it in ...

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  35. INTERNATIONAL CHESS.

    In the Chief or "Champions'" Tourney at Ostend, the winner of the first prize was Dr. S. Tar[?]asch, who scored 12[?] points out of 20 (the possible). Herr Carl ...

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  36. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    To-day's quotation for bar silver is 30[?]d. per ounce, an advance of [?]d. since Tuesday. LONDON, June 15. ...

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  37. A BARQUE ASHORE.

    AUCKLAND, Sunday.—The barque Woolahra, while on a voyage to Kaipara. went ashore on Friday night, on the west coast of New Zealand near Kapara ...

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  38. ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM.

    Mr. F. S. Jackson, the famous Yorkshire amateur, has announced definitely that his business engagements will prevent him accompanying the English cricket team to ...

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  39. SALE OF PICTURES.

    Messrs. Gemmall, Tuskett, and Co. report having held, at their Fine Art Gallery, a most successful auction sale of pictures. The following were some of the prices resulted:—"The [?]ler [?]." by ...

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