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  2. ITALY'S JUBILEE.

    Italy is celebrating the anniversary of the events of fifty years ago, which welded the nation into a kingdom under Victor Emmanuel. ...

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  3. GREAT EARTHQUAKE.

    A disastrous earthquake occurred in the Central American Republic of Costa Rica on Wednesday evening, but owing to the disturbance having cut off telegraphic ...

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  4. BRITISH POLITICS. SWAMPING THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

    The political situation was reviewed last night by Lord Curzon in a speech at Reading. He said that the country was shocked at the manner in which the Crown had ...

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  5. ILLNESS OF THE KING. SEVERE ATTACK OF BRONCHITIS.

    The apprehension which had been felt for some time past regarding the health of His Majesty the King was intensified by the news, which was published in a bulletin issued last night, that he is suffering from a severe bronchial attack. His Majesty's indisposition, it was announced, had confined him to his room in Buckingham ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor will be present this afternoon at the Caulfield races, and will lunch with the chairman and committee of the V.A.T C. ...

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  7. "ALL FOR IRELAND."

    A large national gathering of Redmondites is to take place at Cork on May 22. It is expected that many farmers who are followers of Mr. O'Brien will visit Cork on ...

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  8. MYSTERY OF A MURDER.

    In connection with the murder and mutilation of a woman named Van Damme, which occurred in the Rue Botzaris, in Paris, some months ago, an ex-convict named ...

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  9. MR. ROOSEVELT.

    Mr. Roosevelt met the Nobel Prize Committee at Christiania to-day, and delivered to them his address on international peace, a synopsis of which had been previously ...

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  10. ELECTION PETITION.

    The hearing has begun of an election petition against Captain the Hon. F. Guest, who was elected in the Liberal interest for East Dorset at the general election. The ...

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  11. MONARCH AND STATESMAN.

    If His Majesty were 20, or even 10, years younger than he is, an attack of brouchitis such as the present seems to be would excite no particular anxiety. But at 60 ...

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  12. COUNTY CRICKET.

    The position of Mr. J. N. Crawford, the ex-Surrey batsman, was discussed at the annual meeting of the Surray Cricket Club yesterday. During the visit of the ...

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  13. KING AND POLITICS.

    Colonel Seely, Under-Secretary for the Colonies, speaking at Henley-on-Thames, denounced any attempt to put the same fate upon the monarchy as upon the House of ...

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  14. COAL MINE DISASTER.

    A disastrous explosion has occurred in the Palos coal mine, near Birmingham, in Alabama, United States. A sheet of flame shot from the mouth ...

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  15. AVIATION.

    Great preparations are being made in Perth for an aviation meeting to take place there at the end of this month. The prize for the long distance flight will be £8,000 ...

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  16. BOXING CHAMPIONS.

    It is reproted that a deadlock had arisen between Jeffries and Johnson in connection with their approaching fight for the world's championship. The difficulty is in ...

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  17. FATAL BOXING MATCH.

    The circumstances in which Tommy M'Carthy, the San Francisco lightweight, met his death as the result of a boxing encounter with Owen Moran, the British ...

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  18. AUSTRALIAN APPLES.

    The shipment of Australian apples by the Somerset arrived in excellent condition, and at auction yesterday realised an average of 6d. a case above the Otranto's ...

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  19. PRINCE OF WALES.

    His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales spent the greater part of Wednesday and Thursday at Buckingham Palace. ...

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  20. CANADA AND AMERICA.

    The Ottawa Correpondent of the "Daily Mail" says that reciprocity negotiations with the United States will be impossible before October. ...

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  21. THE KING'S HEALTH.

    On January 27 last it was announced that His Majesty had been advised to visit Biarritz in order to avoid the trying winds of the season, but it was not till March ...

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  22. FUTURE ENGAGEMENTS.

    Arrangements had been made for a review of a gathering of Boy Scouts by the King at Windsor on June 18. It is expected that from 15,000 to 20,000 scouts will assemble. Their Majesties had also consented to open the Festival of Empire on May 24 ...

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  23. ALBANIAN REVOLT.

    The Turkish Chamber of Deputies, by 132 to 47, has adopted a motion of confidence in the Government in regard to its action in Albania. ...

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  24. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

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  25. THE LATEST NEWS.

    The following bulletin was issued at midday to-day: The King passed a comparatively quiet night. The symptoms have not improved, and the condition of His Majesty gives rise to grave anxiety. ...

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  26. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS.

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  27. INDIAN COOLIES.

    The Indian emigration Committee has unanimously reported against the importation by British colonies of Indian coolies for specific terms or purposes, or unless the ...

    Article : 90 words
  28. RUBBER MARKET.

    The shares in rubber companies on the Stock Exchange, which have been falling for the past couple of days, had a revival to-day. In many cases there were ...

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  29. THE MONEY MARKET.

    The open money market discount rate for three months' bank bills in London is 33-16 per cent., or 13-16 per cent. below the Bank rate of 4 per cent. The market rate ...

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  30. WILLS AND ESTATE.

    Hannah Harriett Osment, of Lyndhurst, Grandview-grove, Prahran, widow, who died on April 3. under a will made on December 18, 1908, left real estate valued at £13,300 and personal property ...

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  31. "GOD SAVE THE KING."

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Al to-night's session of the Presbyterian State Assembly, the Moderator, the Right Rev. Robert Jackson, prayed that a special blessing might ...

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  32. GOVERNMENT STOCKS.

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  33. THE COMET.

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  34. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE.

    The following information regarding the English market for Australian produce was received by the Premier's secretary (Mr. Short) by cable yesterday from Sir John Taverner, Agent-General for ...

    Article : 161 words
  35. MEDICAL OPINION.

    "The crucial point in drawing deductions from your cable messages," remarked a Collins-sheet doctor yesterday, "is the general condition of the King's health at ...

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  36. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    In the Melbourne General Sessions yesterday, before Acting-Judge Neighbour, Henry Tolson pleaded not guilty on a charge of having stolen an overcoat and other goods from the shop of W. R. Morrison, ...

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  37. PRIVATE ADVICES.

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  38. Advertising

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  39. MINING SHARES.

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  40. ERROR OF DESCRIPTION.

    Sir,—In your issue of to-day there appears a report, stating that George Williams, curator of the Footscray gardens, was charged at Prahran Court for the ...

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  41. ROYAL PERSONALITY.

    A leading Australian, who more than once came into contact with King Edward, gives the following interesting personal sketch:— ...

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  42. Advertising

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