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  2. MAY DAY.

    May Day was celebrated in London yesterday by a demonstration in Hyde-park, in winch 60,000 socialists took part. Two thousand children, from 50 socialist ...

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  3. M. PAULHAN'S FLIGHT. SINGULAR INCIDENT.

    It has been learned that M. Paulhan, the winner of the £10,000 prize for the flight from London to Manchester, underwent a sensational experience in mid-air. The ...

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  4. ATTACK ON THE LORDS.

    Mr. Will Thorne, labour member for West Ham South, speaking at Nottingham yesterday, said that the House of Lords would not be easily abolished. He believed ...

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  5. SECTARIANISM AND INTRIGUE.

    Seven Labour members of Parliament attended the first anniversary of the Saturday half-holiday for shop assistants, which was celebrated by the Saturday ...

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  6. BATTLE IN A PASS.

    A decisive defeat has been inflicted upon the Albanian insurgents by Mahmud Shevket Pasha, the Turkish commander-in-chief. ...

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  7. CAMPAIGN LESSONS.

    BALLARAT, Monday.—The leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Deakin) delivered a telling speech in the Athenæum-hall to-night on the need for organisation as a ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Lord Islington, the Governor designate of New Zealand (our London correspondent cables) has been the resipient of presentations from the tenants of his estates at ...

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  9. WELCOMED BY COUNTRYMEN.

    On his arrival in Paris M. Paulhan was given an enthusiastic, welcome by an enormous crowd, which cheered him wildly on account of his splendid feat. He was ...

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  10. A SCIENTIFIC EXPLANATION.

    "While it is Known," said Mr.Hunt (Government meteorologist) last night, "that such currents as that described in the cable do occur, very little is known about these ...

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  11. FATAL BOXING MATCH. DEATH OF M'CARTHY.

    The additional particulars to hand concerning the fatal boxing match in San Francisco stale that M'Carthy whose death furnished so sensational an ending of the ...

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  12. NEW YORK POLITICS.

    Mr. W. R. Hearst, the millionaire newspuper proprietor, has instituted an action against the "New York Times," claiming 100,000 dollars damages for the publication ...

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  13. PROSPEROUS AUSTRALIA.

    "The current year," says the "Financial Times" in an article to-day, "promises to be one of unusual prosperity for Australian enterprises and it is now becoming a ...

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  14. NEW AVIATOR.

    Mr. Cecil Grace, in a flight at Sheerness, on a short Wright biplane, travelled 50 miles in 51 minutes. He reached a height of 1,500ft,in the course of his flight. ...

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  15. LEGISLATORS' PAY.

    An extraordinary controversy has been carried on in the Transvanl Parliament on the question whether members are entitled to £300 as salary for the present session of ...

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  16. WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC.

    A grand jury investigation in New York has fully established the revelations regarding the White Slave traffic which were contained in the report of the Immigration ...

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  17. JEFFRIES V. JOHNSON.

    The Methodist ministers of San Francisco have called a conference with the view of adopting a line of action that will force the State Governor to intervene for ...

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  18. AUSTRALIA'S FLEET. RECRUIT'S AT PORTSMOUTH.

    The Ausltralian officers and men destined to man the Parramatra and Yarra, the first two Commonwealth destroyers, have reached Portsmouth barracks, where some ...

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  19. THE CONGO.

    In his speech at the opening of the Colonial Exhibition in Brussels yesterday, King Albert foreshadowed reforms extending to the Congo a regine worthy of ...

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  20. BEHAVIOUR OF THE MEN.

    When the R.M.S Otranto, with the crews on board, reached Colombo, Lieutenant Warren posted back to Melbourne a report, in which he stated that the men were ...

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  21. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The International Hockey Board has decided that a tour of New Zealand is inpracticable. The growing importance of Germany's ...

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  22. BLACK REPUBLIC.

    A plot to depose General Simon, of Haiti, who was appointed in place of General No[?]d Alexis, after the revolution of November, 1908, and to proclaim Genral Firmm ...

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  23. LA MILO'S JEWELS.

    La Milo, the music-hall artist, whose real name was Pansy Montague was on trial yesterday at the Old Bailey Criminal Court on the charge on which she was arrested in ...

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  24. ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. SCIENTIFIC ARRANGEMENTS.

    People who are fortunate enough to be in southern Tasmania on Monday afternoon next will have a chance of witnessing the most imposing of all celestial phenomena, a ...

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  25. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    William Robinson, of Melton farmer, who died on March 13, left estate of the value of £6,453 It consists of £3,946 realty and £2,507 personalty, and, by a will dated February 6, 1908, is left to ...

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  26. OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

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  27. CANADA'S MINERALS.

    Sir Ernest Shackleton has announced that after the conclusion of the series of lectures on the Antaretic which he is now delivering he will settle in Montreal for four or five ...

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  28. TERRIFIC CYCLONE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Advices received to-day from Loyalty Group bring news of a terrific cyclone which devastated the islands toward the end of March. It states that ...

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  29. MILITARY INCIDENT.

    PERTH, Monday.—The refusal of an officer at the North Fremantle fort to signal, at the request of a Perth official, a message to the mail steamer which brought ...

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  30. LEPERS RUN AMOK.

    An outbreak of violence occurred yesterday in a leper settlement on Robben Island, off Cape Town. Some of the lepers found a 64-gallon keg of rum washed up on the ...

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  31. DEATH OF LADY MICHIE.

    General regret will be felt at the announcement of the death of Lady Michie, which took place yestetday at her residence, 158 Alma-road, St. Kilda, Lady Michie was a ...

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  32. CHICAGO MEAT TRADE. BUSINESS LANGUISHING.

    The Chicago correspondent of the ''Pa0l Mall Gazette" states thal the shortage of the meat supply in the United Slates has brought the extract business in Chicago to ...

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  33. EMPIRE DAY. EIGHT THOUSAND SERMONS.

    Religious services are to be a prominent feature in the celebration of Empire Day this year. Already 8,690 sermons have been arranged for. ...

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  34. SENIOR CADETS.

    In connection with the Empire Day celebrations, there will be a parade of the Senior Cadets from the Geelong Secondary Schools on the estate of Mr. perey ...

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  35. TYPHOID FROM MILK.

    Two cases were reported to the health authorities yesterday is due to tainted milk from the quarantined farm at Pakenham. This brings the total cases from this source ...

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  36. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Major-General Hart-Synott, a well-known Irish officer: Miss Lottie Collins, music-hall sniger; and Mr. John Quincy Adams Ward, American ...

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  37. AT BRUN[?] ISLAND.

    HOBART, Monday.—Good progress has been made by the Australian party at Bruni under Mr. Baracchi, all the instruments having been placed in position. The final ...

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  38. MAJOR-GENERAL HART-SYNNOT.

    Major-General Hart-Synnot, whose father was a soldier, had served in the army with distinction for a period of nearly 49 years. He was engaged in the Ashanti war, 1873-4; ...

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  39. AUSTRALIA'S OPPORTUNITY.

    Mr. R. Crowe, superintendent of exports, expressed the view yesterday that there was a bright future before the frozen meat trade of Australia. He pointed out that ...

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  40. FALLEN SOLDIRES.

    On the Sunday before Empire Day there will be a special ceremony, near the Victoria Barracks, as a memorial to the Australian soldiers who fell in the South ...

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  41. TRAMWAY TRAFFIC.

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  42. STATE LAUD TAX.

    WODONGA, Monday.—At the last meeting of the Wodonga branch of the Political Labour Council, the following resolution was carried:— ...

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  43. MISS LOTTIE COLLINS.

    A well-Known music-hall singers. Miss Lottie Collins jumped into fame by introducing the song "Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay," which had a remarkable vogue, and for a ...

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  44. ACTION BY BRIGHTON COUNCIL.

    The annual notification of arrangements for celebrating Empire Day in State schools was received from the Education department at Monday night's Bringhton Council ...

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  45. KILLED THROUGH CHIMNEY.

    BEECHWORTH, Monday.—News was received on Saturday of the death by misadventure of a former Beechworth resident named Charles Allen, aged 29 years, whose ...

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  46. MR. JOHN QUINCEY WARD.

    Many of the principal statues in the United States were executed by Mr.John Quincey Adams Ward who was in his 81st year. He had a studio in New York nearly ...

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  47. TRIUMPH OF WIRELESS.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Mr. Pike, the Wireless telegraphic expert, has just eclipsed all his previous achievements by taking messages from Fremantle, a distance of ...

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  48. CHARITABLE APPEALS. JENNINGS CARMICHAEL.

    By permission of the Lord Mayor (Colonel Burston) a meeting will be held in the Town-hall (room 4) on Wednesday, 11th inst, at 4 o'clock, to consider the pitlable case of the Jennings ...

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  49. FELTON BEQUEST PICTURE.

    Sir,—There is some mistake in the comment on the cable message in "The Argus" of to-day. The author of the drawing, "The Industrious Pupil," lately acquired for the ...

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  50. DRAWN INTO CHAFFCUTTER.

    BUNGAREE, Sunday.—Mr. J. M. Pattinson, a well-known farmer of Navigators, met with a shocking accident on Saturday, which proved fatal. Mr. Pattinson was ...

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  51. DAVIS CUP.

    The qualifying lawn tennis contest for the Davis Cup, between the United States and Britain, is to be played at Wimbledon. ...

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  52. INVALID CHAIR.

    As a contribution in response to the appeal of the mayor of Richmond for funds to purchase an invalid's chair we have received 2/6 from D.L. ...

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  53. CONCESSION TO BUILDERS.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—The trouble which threatened in the building trade, as a result of the demands of the builders' labourers for an extra shilling a day, is ...

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