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  2. THE LATE KING.

    A magnificent and imposing ceremony will take place to-day, when the body of the late King will be removed from the throne room in Buckingham Palace to Westminster ...

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  3. COLLISION IN A FOG. DESTROYER ON HER TRIALS.

    The torpedo-boat destroyer Viking, which has just been constructed at Newcastle-onTyne, was making a trial trip to-day for the testing of her steering gear, when she came ...

    Article : 99 words
  4. MILLIONAIRE'S MURDER.

    The jury in the trial of Dr. Bennett Clarke Hyde at Kansas City, on a charge of murdering his wife's uncle, Colonel Swope, and attempting to kill other ...

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  5. STRIFE IN TURKEY. THE CRETAN TROUBLES.

    The situation in Crete does not show any signs of clearing. The Christian inhabitants persist in their desire for innexation with Gieece, which the Turkish Government ...

    Article : 129 words
  6. PERSONAL.

    Among the passengers by the R.M.S. Osterley, which reached Fremantle yesterday, was Her Excellency the Countess of Dudley[?] She is accompanied by Lord ...

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  7. BOX HILL BURGLAR.

    The appeals of the police to the public in regard to the Box Hill bank robbery on Sunday morning have been productive of a number of alarums and excursions. Many ...

    Article : 548 words
  8. THE COAL TOWN. FREEHOLD LAND SALE.

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  9. SEVEN LIVES LOST.

    The fishing trawler Windsor Castle has been run into in the North Sea by the steam cutter Cleopatra. Seven of the trawler's crew were drowned. ...

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  10. A CHRISTIAN CRUSADE.

    A party of 250 members of the British Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Brotherhood has set out upon a Whitsuntide Christian crusade through France and Belgium. ...

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  11. ALBANIAN TROUBLE.

    There is a likelihood of the Albanian insurrection ceasing owing to a common cause elsewhere. Notable Albanians in Constantinople are ...

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  12. SULTAN OF MOROCCO.

    The anti-European attitude of the Sultan of Morocco, together with the growing dislike of Mulal Hafid by the increasing numbers of independent tribesmen, has ...

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  13. CONCILIATION RECOMMENDED.

    Mahmud Shevket Pasha, Minister of War, who was Turkish commander in the recent operations against the Albanian insurgents, has been negotiating with the ...

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  14. PROGRESS OF DEVELOPMENT.

    POWLETT, Tuesday.—The Powlett branch of the A.N.A. has protested against the proposal to alter the names of railway stations between Nyora and Wonthaggi. ...

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  15. ALLEGATIONS AGAINST THE TURKS.

    A complaint was published in a Londo[?] paper a fortnight ago to the effect that th[?] Turkish troops in their warfare on the Albanian insurgents displayed all the ...

    Article : 120 words
  16. SIGNOR CARUSO.

    In March last it was announced that Signor Caruso, the famous operatic tenor, had received the unwelcome attention of members of the Black Hand Society in New ...

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  17. WAGES IN AMERICA.

    The decision of some of the railroad companies operating east of Buffalo, to make a percentage increase in the wages of their employees, was followed by demands for ...

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  18. AMATEUR POLICEMEN.

    Mr. Ernest Battersby states, in connection with the recent incident at Camberwell, when a party of residents allowed two housebreakers to escape from a house on ...

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  19. PERILS OF THE SEA. LOCH KATRINE'S SIGNALS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Captain Martin, of the dismantled barque Loch Katrine, complained on the arrival of his vessel in Sydney that his distress signnls had not been ...

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  20. FIRE IN A STOCKADE.

    A horrible fatality is reported from Centreville, Alabama. A negro convict set fire to the stockade, with the result that 35 of his fellow-prisoners, all negroes, were ...

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  21. NEW ZEALAND PRODUCTS

    One of the striking exhibits at the JapanBritish Exhibition in London is the New Zealand pavilion. It contains displays of meat, butter, cheese, and apples in a ...

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  22. AMERICAN FREETRADE.

    Interesting figures are available as the result of an examination of the trade between the United States and the Philippines for the first eight months since ...

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  23. "A NEW PROVINCE."

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—A report which the Minister for the Northern Territory has just received from Mr. L. C. E. Gee, the goldfields warden at Tanami, throws new ...

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  24. HALLEY'S COMET. CONTACT WITH THE EARTH.

    Upon the last glimpse obtained in Melbourne of Halley's comet during the early hours of Sunday morning, the rapid approach toward the earth had enormously ...

    Article : 430 words
  25. SAILS BLOWN TO RIBBONS.

    WELLINGTON, Tuesday.—The barque Marjorie Glen has arrived at Wellington from Liverpool, after a stormy passage. The fore hold was slightly leaking. The ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    In the early part of February news was received of a disaster to a Trench native detachment in the Sahara. It fell into an ambush, and was almost completely ...

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  27. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    James Dowling, of Colac, grazier, who died on April 6, left estate of the value of £4,991. It consists of £4,450 realty and £541 personally, and by a will dated August 4, 1897, in left to his ...

    Article : 188 words
  28. CHILIAN NITRATES.

    The owners of nitrate fields in Chili are endeavouring to renew the Nitrate Trust which came to an end several months ago. At a meeting held at Valparaiso they ...

    Article : 61 words
  29. UNIVERSITY TRAINING.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Dr. Hackett, chairman of the Royal Commisison appointed to consider the establishment of a University in Western Australia, has submitted a ...

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  30. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Caledonian and Australian Mortgage and Agency Company Limited have declared an interim dividend of 1 pet cent. ...

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  31. CHURCH READER SHOT AT.

    ROCHLSIER, Tuesday.—Mr. W. H. Shelley, stipendiary render of Holy Trinity Church of England was driving a gig from the Warragamba church to the Bamawm ...

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  32. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. M. A. Noble, referring to the balance-sheet of the Australian Eleven, published in "The Argus" to-day, said that as far as he could ...

    Article : 230 words
  33. EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS.

    His Excellency the Governor-General (Lord Dudley) has been informed by the Seeretary of State for the Colonies that Empire Day celebrations need not be abandoned ...

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  34. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat and Flour Afloat.—The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 4,335,000 quarters, against 4,255,000 quariters a week ago and ...

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  35. EIGHT HOURS ART UNION.

    One hundred oil paintings were offered as prizes in the Eight Hours Art Union. The first three are convertible into cash, and their value was put down at £500, £100, ...

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  36. MOTHER KILLS BABY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A demented mother murdered her baby at Araluen this morning. Mrs. Keys awoke her husband at 5 o'clock, ...

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  37. DE BORT'S TUBE.

    During the Commonwealth meteorologist's (Mr. H. A. Hunt) tour last year he visited the laboratory of M. Teisserenc de Bort, in Paris, when M. de Bort stated that he had devised a vessel which ...

    Article : 202 words
  38. THE INLAND CITIES. SAND-LIME BRICKMAKING.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—In connection with the movement to extend Ballarat industries, a suggestion has been made by Mr. Wilson, engineer to the shire of ...

    Article : 163 words
  39. CHURCH DISCORD.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—The disagreement between a section of the congregation of the Neil-street Methodist Church and the minister, the Rev. A. Cuthbert, is reflected ...

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  40. SHIPPING NEWS.

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  41. FIRE AT PRAHRAN.

    An outbread of fire practically destroyed the wickerwork and chair factory of Mr. P. Holt at 35 Charles-street, Prahan, last evening. The inflammable nature of the ...

    Article : 231 words
  42. PAYMENT BY POST.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—In the Full Court to-day the Chief Justice (Sir Samuel Way) delivered judgment in the case of Acraman v. the South Australian Gas ...

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  43. STRIKE LEADERS RELEASED.

    SYDNEY, TuesdaY.—D. Hutton W. O'Connor, and J. Butler, three of the strike leaders, were released from the Maitland gaol this morning, and left for Neweastle. ...

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  44. INDUSTRIES FOR BENDIGO.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.—The special committee appointed in connection with the industries for Bendigo movement has inspected the co-operative boot factory in ...

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  45. CHRISTIAN AS PATRIOT.

    BALLABAT, Tuesday.—Arrangements have been made by the Y.M.C.A. for a scries of "Practical Talks to Christian Men" by Ballarat clergymen. The first of these ...

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  46. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At Half-past 10.—The trial of Patrick Hill (part heard). (Before Mr. Justice Hood.) At Half-past 10.—The trials of William Madden ...

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  47. RATE-COLLECTOR SUSPENDED.

    DANDENONG, Tuesday.—At the meeting of the Shire Council on Monday the ratecollector (Mr. Harry Renfree) was suspended during the pleasure of the council ...

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  48. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The following private advices have been received:— Messrs. Dalgety and Company Limited have received a cable from their London office, explaining ...

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  49. JENNINGS CARMICAAEL'S CHILDREN.

    Towards the fund being raised for the assistance of the children of the late Jennings Carmichael we have received the following additional contributions:—"J.," 5/, "Bairnsdale," 2/6. ...

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  50. ALFRED HOSPITAL.

    The Sceretary of the Alfred Hospital has received the sum of £2/2/ from Mr. E. L. Vall, and £2 from Mr. H.C. Crofts, in response to the special appeal. ...

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