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  2. TEST CRICKET.

    The dates and places for the five test cricket matehes between next year's Australian Eleven and England have been fixed as follows:— ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    On Saturday evening His Excellency the Governor-General (Lord Dadley), who had during the day visited Flemington and the Victorian Rille Association's meeting at ...

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  4. THE RICHMOND OUTRAGE.

    Detectives Bear and Kiely, after two days' ferreting in the streets near the East Richmond railway station have suececded in elering up the shooting affair ...

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  5. THE DERBY.

    Derby Day this year was a ladies day. That distinction is usually reserved for Oaks Day, but it has been appropriated by. Derby Day this year. There was ladies' wenther— ...

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  6. NEW MINISTRY.

    The formal acceptance by the Governor of the resignations of Alessrs. Swinburne, E. H. Cameron and Sachse from the state Ministry, took place at a special meeting ...

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  7. FLOODED TELEPHONE TUNNEL.

    About ten or twelve days ago a [?]in. service pipe leading from the 5in, main which runs along Little Collins-street developed a leak. This eroded the soft soil below the ...

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  8. SUNDAY TRADING.

    The question of Sunday trading was dealt with in connection with the discussion of the Licencing Bill in the House of Comanons yesterday. Thee outcome was the ...

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  9. AUSTRIA'S ANNEXATION.

    Russia's attitude, in regard to the annexation by Austria of Bosnia and Herzegovina is being keenly discussed in connection with the Balkans question and the ...

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  10. THE KAISER'S SENSATION,

    There is no abatement of the excitement caused in Germanv by the publication in the "Daily Telegraph" of an interview which the Emperor William gave to "a ...

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  11. THE EXHIBITION.

    Reglet is expressed by "The Times" that the Franco-British Exhibition at Shepherd's Bush is being closed to-day. The exhibition, "The Times" remarks, has been a great fact ...

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  12. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Bar silver was quoted to-day at 23 1-16d. per ounce standard, a fall of [?]d. since yesterday. LONDON, Oct. 31. ...

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  13. NEW STEAMER.

    In addition to the new steamet for the Huddart Parket and Adelaide Steamship lines, another for the Australian trade has just been launched. This is the kapund, ...

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  14. MINING SHARES.

    The following prices represent the lowest and highest range of values on the Stock Exchange yesterday, and from them the middle prices may be computed: ...

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  15. PAPER STRIKE,

    The disturbed conditions of labour in American paper mills, which for several weeks threatened senous lnterferenec with the production of newspapers, continue. ...

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  16. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

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

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  17. POSTAL PROHIBITIONS.

    The Postmster-General (Mr. Mauger) has issued orders which were gazetted on Saturday, prohibiting the delivery of any postal article received within the ...

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  18. SHIPPING LAWS.

    A blue book has been issued which contains the oflicial correspondence that passed between the Colonial Oflice and the Governments concerned relating to Australation. ...

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  19. ALLEGED RUFFIANISM.

    A young man, who gave the name of John Jenkins was admitted on Saturday to the Melbourne Hospital by Dr. Gray suffering from concussion of the brain and ...

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  20. MASSACRE OF AUSTRALIANS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A few details of the massaerc of Peter C. Greig and his daughters Ada Joyce, aged 17 years, and Elizabeth Mirion, aged 16, in the New ...

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  21. SUNSHINE RAILWAY DISASTER.

    It was said by the Premei (Sir Thomas Bent) on Saturday that by the time the whole of the claims had been dealt with the cost of the Sunshine railway disaster to the ...

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  22. MOTORING TO ADELAIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—Mr.and Mrs. E. E. Wagstaff, Mr. E. E. Pollock, and Dr. Levin arived in Adelaide today, having successfully motored from Melbourne in a ...

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  23. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

    The Republican and Democratic candidates in the presidential election, to be held in the United States on Tuesday, have issued manifestoes to the people. ...

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  24. BARQUE ASHORE.

    The barque Annesley owned by Shaw, Savill, and Company, has met mth a disaster while on a voyage from Dalhousie, New Brunswick, at Canada, to Melbourne. ...

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  25. LOYAL ORANGE SERMON.

    An address on "Martin Luther" was given by the Rev. S. Pearce Carey at a service held yesterday afternoon at the Baptist Church, Collins-street, under the auspices of ...

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  26. THE FLAMING BORE.

    ROMA, Sunday.—The heat and the illu minations of the bore fire continue unabated Residents complain of the nerveshattering effeet of the noise of the flaming ...

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  27. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    Both the Australian League and the "Willibics" football teams played matches on Saturday. At Dewsbury the Austraban League were ...

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  28. COMPANY PROMOTION.

    ThE litigation which was carried on in Melbourne in respect to the flotation ot the Wheal Ellen Gold-mining Company No Liability is the subject of comment by the ...

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  29. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    The following private advices have been received:- By Dalgety and Co. Ltd.:—"Frozen Meat.—Market unfavourably affected by the warm weather. ...

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  30. MISSION BOAT CAPSIZES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday—While a boat belonging to the Roman Catholic mission in New Hebtrides was returning irom Ambrym to Wallicallo, it was straek by a sudden ...

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  31. NEW QUEENSCLIFF LIGHTS.

    The Minister for Home Affairs (Senator Keating) has finally settled the terms of the contract with Messrs. Wilson, and Sly, of Melbourne, for the erection of an ...

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  32. S.S. HAWEA ASHORE.

    WELLINGTON, Sunday—The Union Company's steamer Hawea, which is ashore at Greymonth breakwater, is expected to become a total wreek. She had 750,000ft. ...

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  33. LAW KOTICES (This Day).

    At 10 o'Clock.—In the matter of the Trademarks Act 1800 and Lever Bros and Mowling (judgment);the King [?] the Licenses Reduction Board, on parie startin and Godfrey (judgment); Shackell, ...

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  34. MR. ARMES BEAUMONT.

    At a well-attended meeting at Allan's last Friday, it was decided to arrange a concert on behalf of Mr. Armes Beaumont, on his 69th birthday, which will occur carly, in ...

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  35. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    The Lord Provost of Glasgow declares that a large propoition of the applicants for relief in that eity, where the alleged unemployed have made imposing ...

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  36. LITTLE CHILD'S DEATH.

    NEERIM SOUTH, Saturday.—A fouryear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mason, of Jindivick, was killed almost instantly on Friday, Mr. Mason was leaving the ...

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  37. AMERICAN FLEET.

    The American fleet, on its departure from Japan, split into two divisions. The first squadron, under Admiral Sperry, is proceeding straight to Manila. The ...

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  38. SCHOOL TEAOHFR'S WONDERFUL PURSE.

    KAYEION, Saturday.—At the police court on Friday, Alf. W. Jaekson and Tilly Toohey were charged with the larceny of a purse at Footseray. Miss Phillips. ...

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  39. RBMEMBER OUR NAVY.

    Sir.—Now that the visit of the American fleet is a matter of history, and every eredit is due to all concerned for the manner in which it was received and welcomed, it ...

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  40. YOUNG WOMAN'S MARRIAGE.

    RUTHERGLEN, Sunday.—At the Rutherglen Police Court on Friday a young woman named Ruth Woodward was charged with having nnde a false declaration of age ...

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  41. CHARITABLE APPEALS.

    We have received the following additional dona tion in response to the appeal made in "The Argus" of October [?] by Mi. G. Chomjey, on behalf of the widow and children of the Rev. A. A. ...

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  42. SALE OF TALTOLKA HOMESTEAD.

    BROKE[?] HILL, Saturday.— Daigety and co. have gold Tai[?]ka [?]mestead lease, comprising 10.210 aeres, on the Darling River, near Menindie, to Mr. A. M Ginnis, who owns an adjoining block. The ...

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