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  2. FATAL BOXING MATCH. M'CARTHY KNOCKED OUT BY MORAN.

    A boxing contest, between Owen Moran, the British light-weight champion, and "Tommy" M'Carthy, of America, which took place at San Francisco on Friday night, ...

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  3. AUSTRALIA'S FLEET.

    The Australian officers and men who were sent to England by the R.M.S. Otranto to man the two destroyers, Parramatia and Yarra, have arrived. The draft has ...

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  4. ACADEMY BANQUET.

    The Royal Academy banquet was held on Saturday evening, and attracted a large assemblage of artistic and literary notabilities. ...

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  5. BISLEY TEAM. DEPARTURE ON WEDNESDAY.

    The Australian rifle team for Bisley will leave Melbourne by the R.M.S. Omrah on Wednesday. The Queensland and New South Wales representatives, ...

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  6. LIMITING THE VETO.

    The Parliament Bill, which embodies the Ministerial proposals for limiting the veto of the House of Lords, has been issued. The preamble foreshadows an ultimate ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Gibson Carmichael returned to Melbourne on Saturday afternoon on the termination of their visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ...

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  8. STATE LAND TAX.

    The negotiations between the two sections of the State Ministerial party for the determination of a course of procedure that will bring them into harmony on ...

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  9. BACK AGAIN. LABOUR MINISTERS IN OFFICE.

    Labour Ministers, with the exception of Mr. Tudor (Minister for Trade and Customs), formally took charge of their respective departments on Saturday morning. So ...

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  10. AN INSTRUMENT OF REFORM.

    In the course of an address at the Collingwood Methodist Church yesterday afternoon, Mr. W. Judkins dealt with the question of social reform. ...

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  11. JOHNSON-JEFFRIES FIGHT.

    The "Observer" says that in consequence of M'Carthy's death an effort will be made in America to secure a declaration that the forthcoming Jeffries-Johnson fight is ...

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  12. REASSURING VIEW.

    Dr M'Call, Agent-General for Tasmania, speaking last night at the banquet of the Ironmongers' Company, expressed his belief that the new Labour Government of ...

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  13. EMPIRE GOVERNMENT.

    Lord Milnor, speaking at a gathering of the Compatriots' Club last evening, gave his view regarding the future political government of the empires as a whole. ...

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  14. THE HORDERN MILLIONS.

    In the New South Wales appeal case, Hordern v. Hordern, judgment has been reserved by the Privy Council. Counsel for respondent was not called on. ...

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  15. ARISTOCRACY OF LABOUR.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.—At the May Day celebrations to-day, Mr. H. Beard, M.H.R., said that the Labour Party intended to build up a huge aristocracy in Australia. ...

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  16. AUSTRALIA AND ART. THE FELTON BEQUEST.

    Under the terms of the Felton bequest the representatives of the trustees have bought William Hunt's "Industrious Pupils," at the Royal Academy Exhibition. ...

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  17. SOUTH AFRICAN UNION. THE RACIAL QUESTION.

    The Belfast-Lydenburg railway, in the Transvaal, was opened yesterday by the Premier, Mr. Louis Botha. the line has been built entirely by white labour. ...

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  18. NORTHERN REPRESENTATIVES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The New South Wales and Queensland members of the Bisley team left yesterday by the Omrah, and a farewell was given them by a number ...

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  19. INTRIGUING DENIED.

    GEELONG, Saturday. — Mr. Ozanne, M.H.R., who was unable to be present at the declaration of the poll for Corio, addressed a meeting of 700 of his supporters ...

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  20. ANARCHIST'S AVENGERS.

    The sympathisers and friends of anarchists and dynamiters in Russia continue to pursue those who are responsible for bringing evil-doers to justice. ...

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  21. FIRST GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    Viscount Gladstone of Lanark, the first Governor-General of South Africa, accompanied by Lady Gladstone, left yesterday by the Walmer Castle for Cape Town. ...

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  22. HOOLIGANISM.

    The knife as a weapon of offence and defence appears to be coming into favour amongst the Melbourne hoodlums. Last week three men were admitted to the ...

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  23. A POLITICAL TOWNSHIP. MINERS' LETTERS HOME.

    POWLETT, Saturday.—Some interesting particulars regarding the growth of the business in the township post-office were given by the postmaster (Mr. A. Davies) ...

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  24. SALON EXHIBITORS.

    A number of Australian artists are exhibiting at the Old Salon in Paris. They include Harriet Halsted, Roland Wheelright, Arthur Streeton, Hayley Lever, ...

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  25. MORAN'S RECORD.

    Owen Moran first entered the English ring in 1900, and fought for four years before he suffered a defeat. In 1905 he went to America, where he beat Monte ...

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  26. MR. SCULLIN'S WIN.

    BALLARAT, Sunday. — Speaking at a Labour meeting to-night, Mr. J. H. S[?]ullin said that he had gained the representation of the most squatter ridden constitueney ...

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  27. LORD ISLINGTON.

    The "London Gazette" publishes a correction of its announcement that Sir John Dickson-Poynder, the Governor-designate of New Zealand, has taken the title of Lord ...

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  28. CARDINAL MORAN'S VIEWS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— Cardinal Moran presented the prizes won at St. Patrick's Day sports yesterday, and made a brief reference to the recent federal elections. ...

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  29. FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND. THE LEAGUE MATCHES.

    In the league championship football matches, which have concluded, Aston Villa came out on top with 53 points, Liverpool being second with 48 points. The Chelsea ...

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  30. LABOUR DAILY ASKED FOR.

    PERTH, Sunday.—During the election campaign the Australian Labour Federation distributed 400,000 leaflets and postcards in Western Australia. In their ...

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  31. CONQUEROR OF THE AIR. LONDON TO MANCHESTER FLIGHT.

    M. Louis Paulhan, who achieved the remarkable feat of aeroplaning from London to Manchester, was presented on Saturday with the "Daily Mail" prize, a cheque for ...

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  32. STREETS NAMED AFTER POLITICIANS.

    The construction of the State township of Wonthaggi, at the Powlett coalfield, is, the Minister for Mines (Mr. M'Bride) says, proceeding apace. Fourteen streets have ...

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  33. THE MARGIN OF SAFETY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Houdini made a record flight in his aeroplane at the Rose--hill racecourse yesterday. A crowd of several hundreds gathered, and shortly after ...

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  34. "ZOO" LIBEL SUIT.

    WELLINGTON, Sunday.—A further order has been made by the Chief Justice (Sir Robert Stout) in connection with the libel action of Albert Ernest Louis Bertling ...

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  35. NEW THERMOPYLÆ.

    One of the divisions of the Albumin insurgents, numbering 6,000, is in a serious position. They occupy the Katchanik defile, which is described as another Pass of ...

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  36. ASSOCIATION WINNERS.

    Newcastle United, the winners of the Football Association Cup. the final of which was played at Liverpool on Thursday, received a warm welcome on their return ...

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  37. ANOTHER CASE.

    A fatal boxing encounter occured at Wonderland early in March, when "Girlie" Watson, formerly champion middle-weight of the British navy, was knocked out and ...

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  38. VIGOROUS DENUNGLATION.

    Sir Robert Perks's denunciation of boxing contests, in his address to the Methodist Social Union in New york, is attracting only less attention here than in America. ...

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  39. LAWN TENNIS.

    The covered courts lawn tennis doubles championship was played on Saturday. S. N. Doust and L. O. S. Poidevin beat A. W. Gore and H. Roper Barrett (holders), 6-3, ...

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  40. PRICE OF COAL.

    The Minister has received a number of letters from housewives, who are anxious to give the first order for coal from the State mine. Mr. M'Bride points out that, ...

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  41. "AN IGNORANT PEOPLE."

    "I venture to say we are an ignorant people." Mr. Samuel Mauger was giving an address in the Central Methodist Mis sion Church yesterday afternoon when he ...

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  42. ANOTHER £10,000 PRIZE.

    The "Daily Mail" offers another prize of 10,000 for a flight in Great Britain. It is understood that the conditions require a flight from London to Edinburgh and ...

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  43. FIVE THOUSAND COLLECTORS. SYDNEY HELPS THE HOSPITALS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Hospital Saturday collections were taken up yesterday throughout the city and suburbs. The weather was beautifully fine, and the ...

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  44. MUSIC-HALL MURDER.

    A swift tragedy, the result of a desire for revenge, was enacted at the Empire Music-hall, Cumberwell, at midnight on March 28. Thomas William Jesshope, formerly ...

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  45. THE BEAUFORT DISASTER.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—The two railway employees, who have been notified of their transfer to Newport, as a result of the evidence given at the Beaufort railway ...

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  46. S.S. CARPENTARIA.

    The Federal-Houlder-Shire liner Carpentaria, from Australian ports to London, regarding the safety of which some anxiety was felt, is safe at Durban. ...

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  47. RATES OF WAGES.

    The criticisms which have been passed on the rates of pay observed at Powlett are not, the Minister considers, justified He thinks that the miners are not paid too ...

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  48. DOUBLE SUICIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—What appears to be a case of double suicide is reported from Kadina, where a married couple, aged between 35 and 40 years, named Ludwig ...

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  49. JENNINGS CARMICHAEL.

    Sir,—I enclose £1/1/ for the "Jennings Carmichael Fund," and am hoping to see that a meeting will be held, and something decided about getting those poor children ...

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  50. DISASTROUS FIRE.

    A disastrous fire occurred yesterday at Cornwall, Ontario. Nine persons perished in the flames, and the damage to property amounted to £50,000. ...

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  51. WOOD DEARER THAN COAL.

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday.—Owing to the scarcity of wood in the district the woodcarters propose to make a further rise in prices, and 35/ per ton for stove wood is ...

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  52. SALE OF ALLOTMENTS.

    The sale of the right to lease 50 businesses and 2[?] residential allotments in the township of Wonthaggi (State coal mine) will take place in the Masonic-hall, ...

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  53. JEWISH SINGER. OBJECTED TO IN RUSSIA.

    Madame Selma Kurz, a Viennese singer of note, who has sung at Covent Garden, has been refused admission to St. Petersburg, Where she had been engaged to ...

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  54. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At 11 O'Clock.—Admission of barristers and solicitors; in the matter of Income Tax Acts and in the matter of the objection by the Australian Deposit and Mortgage Bank Ltd., to assessments ...

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  55. LABOUR IN MINES. PENNSYLVANIA STRIKE ENDED.

    A strike of soft-coal workers in Pennsylvania, in which 40,000 men participated, has ended. The men have received an advance in wages, and other concessions. ...

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  56. CHARITARLE APPEALS.

    Towards the fund in aid of the three children of the late Jennings Carmichael, we have received £1/1/ from "An Admirer." ...

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  57. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL EFFORT.

    PERTH, Sunday.—The Children's Hospital Saturday and Sunday collections in the metropolitan area amounted to over £400. The inland collections are expected ...

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  58. POISON BY POST.

    Lieutenant Hofrichter, the Austrian army officer who was convicted in February of sending poison by post to fellow officers, has now confessed that he made an attempt to ...

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  60. MDDLE. SOREL SCEPTICAL.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—"Yes, I know Mdlle. Kurz," said Mdlle. Bel Sorel, French prima donna of J. C. Williamson's Grand Opera Co., this evening. "She was singing at ...

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  61. A MILITARY CANARD.

    PERTH, Sunday.—A report appeared in an evening paper last night to the effect that the artillerymen at Fremantle had mutinied against the order to tu[?]n out and ...

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  62. ENPENSIVE STRIKE.

    The strike of Northumberland coal miners over the system of shifts, introduced in the working of the Eight Hours in Mines Act[?] has already cost the Miners' ...

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  63. THE NICK OF TIME.

    DAYLESFORD, Saturday.—This after noon D. Sullivan, a miner, employed at the New Adelaide mine, had a remarkable escape from death. As the cage ascended ...

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  64. DEATH FROM THIRST.

    PERTH, Sunday.—The body of a man, named Donald Innes, has been found 31 miles south of the Gaseoyne River, in the Murchison district. It is presumed that ...

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  65. FITZROY EXPLOSION.

    The donation of £2 towards the fund for the sufferers in the Brunswick-street explosion, formerly acknowledged as from R. Callan, should have been from k. M'M. Callan. ...

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  66. S.S. YAWATA MARU AT BRISBANE.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—The s.s. Yawata Maru arrived at Pinkenba this afternoon. Throughout the voyage from the East she experienced pleasant weather. Her passengers are:—For Sydney:—Misses ...

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