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  2. BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. NO INTEREERENCE.

    There is no possibility of any further alteration in the arrangements for holding the boxing championship at Reno, Nevada. The Governor of the State (Mr. D. S. ...

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  3. CANADIAN ELDORADO.

    A wonderful discovery of gold is stated by the Toronto correspondent of "The Times to have been made by a party of engineers employed by the Grand Trunk ...

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  4. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Davidson) administered the rite of conformation to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at Windsor Castle to-day. ...

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  5. SHOOTING AFFRAY.

    A sensational afray, recalling the exploit of two foreigners, Hefeld and Jacob, who committed a robbery at Tottenham in January, 1909, and when pursued by the ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    Lady Gibson Carmichacl will preside at a public meeting arranged by the National Council of Women, to be held in the Chapter-house, St Paul's Cathedral ...

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  7. TRIPLE TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A shocking tragedy, the lives of three people being involved, took place at Lismore last night, but it was not discovered by the Police until this ...

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  8. LABOUR AND CAPITAL. SHERMAN ANTI-TRUST LAW.

    Arising out of a decision of the United States Supreme Court, that a boycott instituted for the purpose of incereasing wages or shortening hours is tantamount to a ...

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  9. IN UNKNOWN WATERS.

    After her adventurous cruise into boisterous and little-known regions far to the south-east of South Africa, the steamer Wakefield has found a temporary haven in ...

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  10. SHOOTING MYSTERY.

    DIMBOOLA, Saturday.—This morning a farmer named Paul Herman Melke, who resides four miles away, was brought into Dimboola, suffering from a bullet wound. ...

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  11. EDWARD MEMORIAL.

    The "Standard of Emprie" has put forward a scheme for the establishment of a suitable memorial to King Edward in the shape of training farms for boys in Great ...

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  12. FIGHTERS AT RENO.

    New from Reno with regard to the charmpion boxers states that Jeffries arrived there on Wednesday. He began his gymnasium work immediately, and was not ...

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  13. CANADIAN RAILWAYMEN.

    The employees of the Canadian Grand Trunk Pacific Railway have followed the example of the Canadian Pacifie employees in rejecting the award of the Conciliation ...

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  14. LAKE COMO MURDER.

    The arrest in New York of Charlton, who has confessed to the murder of his wife at Como, in Italy, has raised the question of his extradition. The accused man ...

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  15. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Reference to the conference between parties on the veto question was made by Mr. Birell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, in a speech at Bristol on Friday. ...

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  16. BENDIGO RICHES.

    BENDIGO, Saturday.—A deputation arranged by the mayor (Councillor Andrew) will wait upon the Acting Minister for Lands (Mr. Watt) in Melbourne on ...

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  17. "GRAFT" SCANDALS. CANADIAN PUBLIC SERVANTS.

    A serices of "graft" seandals have come to light in connection with the Government Printing Burcau at O[?]tawa. Three officials and four employces have been dismissed or ...

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  18. BURGLARS AT SEDDON.

    About six months ago a series of robberies occurred at Yarraville and Seddon. It would now appear that another gang of robbers has paid the locality a visit. ...

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  19. THE HOLIDAY. TO-DAY'S ARRANGEMENTS.

    The unexpected public holiday to-day will not be very widely observed. As a consequence of the heir apparent (Prince EdWard) being created Prince of Wales on his ...

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  20. BRITONS OVERSEAS.

    An Englishwoman's view of the people of the great self-governing dependencies is contained in a statement by Miss Talbot, secretary of the Victoria League, which is ...

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  21. UNITED STATES CASE.

    Another case of alleged corruption in American polites has been made public. Senator T.P. Gore, of Oklahoma, announced in the United States Senate that ...

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  22. FEATHERWEIGHTS MEET.

    A contest between two leading featherweights, Abe Attell (of San Francisco) the champion of the world, and Owen Moran (the British boxer) took place ...

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  23. CHOLERA RAGING.

    The positiion at Rostov-on-Don, in Southern Russia, is becoming every day more appalling as the result of the cholera epidemic. Three hundred fresh ...

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  24. WAR OF TARIFFS.

    The German Government has announced that after June 30 it will impose the maximum duty on imported champagne and cognac. France has accepted the ...

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  25. POET AND HORSEMAN.

    Saturday was the fortieth anniversary of the death of the Australian poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon. In connection with this fact it is interesting to note that an old ...

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  26. WOMAN SUFFRAGE.

    The militant suffragettes are indignant at Mr. Asquith's decision not to bring in a Government measure for woman suffrage, but to leave the question to some private ...

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  27. TO THE ANTARCTIC.

    I have just had the pleasure of reading the leader in "The Argus" of to-day on the forthcoming British Antarctic expedition of 1910, and, while I cordially agree ...

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  28. ARE THERE TOO MANY?

    Commenting on the recent complaint of the Chief Justice (Sir John Madden) that there are too many public holidays, the Premier (Mr. Murray) on Saturday said that ...

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  29. JUDGE ON BOOKMAKERS.

    AUCKLAND, Sunday.—Judge Chapman, in passing sentence of four years' imprisonment on two young men convicted of embezzlment for gambling purposes, said that ...

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  30. STAKEHOLDER IN LONDON

    Interviwed in London by "Sporting Life," Senator T. D. Sullivan, othenvfee "Big Tim," who is the official stakeholder, said:— ...

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  31. ARCHDUKE'S ADVENTURE

    A sensational experience befell the Archduke Joseph of Austria yesterday while ballooning at Vienna. A storm was encountered, which swept the balloon into the ...

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  32. SWIMMING FEAT.

    A remarkable performance was carried out by Jules Gautier, a French swimmer, in the Thames on Saturday. With his arms and feet securely bound he swam from ...

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  33. COST OF LIVING.

    The committee of the United States Senate, which has been investigating the cost of living, has funished a report on the subject. It declares that the new tariff ...

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  34. MOTOR-CAR HITS POST.

    GEELONG, Sunday.—Mr. Sol Green and a party of six friends, who were motoring from Melbourne to Warrnambool in a 50horse power Minerva car, had a sensational ...

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  35. VICTORIA'S POPULATION.

    Between the Commonwealth statist (Mr. G. H. Knibbs) and the State statist (Mr. A. M. Laughton) there is a difference of over 6,000 in the estimates of the population of ...

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  36. BELLS OF ST. MARK

    The restoration of the Campanile of St. Mark's, Venice, which collapsed on July 14, 1902, after an existence of 1,014 years, has been completed after seven years' work. ...

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  37. JUMPED FROM THE PIER.

    The St. Kilda pier was the scene of an exciting incident between 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday. Ernest Ireland, of 31 Canterbury-road, St. Kilda, walked up the pier, ...

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  38. A STATE'S NEEDS.

    PERTH, Sunday.—In proposing "The Ministry" at the Chamber of Manufacturers dinner last night, the president (Mr. Haydon) said that £5,000,000 was invested by ...

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  39. HEAT WAVE.

    To-day was the fourth day of the heat wave in the Eastern States of the United States. The distressing feature of the heat is its excessive humidity. ...

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  40. AIRSHIP PASSENGERS.

    The new German airship, Zeppelin VII., yesterday inaugurated a passenger service from Dusseldorf to Dortmund, in Westphalia, and back, a distance of about 100 ...

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  41. FATAL STROKE OF LUCK.

    KALGOORLIE, Sunday.—Edward Goulder, employed by Mr. J. Morris as barman at the Home from Home Hotel, attended the Boulder races yesterday, ...

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  42. CHAMPION SCULLER.

    Before embarking for South Africa, Ernest Barry, who is on his way to meet R. Arnst on the Zambesi for the sculling championship of the world, sent the following ...

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  43. BLIGHT IN POTATOES.

    The authorities of the Department of Agriculture are investigating reports regarding the occurrence of Irish blight in a part of the State previously thought to be free ...

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  44. LOST HIS WIFE.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—Shortly before 10 o'clock to-night a visitor from the country who, with his wife, had been making some purchases, was unconsciously ...

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  45. NEW INSOLVENT.

    Thomas Peel Denton, of Harrow, labourer. Causes of insolvency—Sickness, losses on contracts, and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £111/18/9; assets, £3. Filed at ...

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  46. BAPTISM BY IMMERSION.

    At St. Peter's Church, Eastern Hill, last evening about 30 men and women were baptised and received into the church during the service by the Rev. E. S. ...

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  48. EASILY BROKEN LEG.

    The medical authorities at the Melbourne Hospital state that the accident by which Mr. Leslie Bear was forced to ride for four hours on a tramear on Friday night was due ...

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  49. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Catherine Leverett, of Howe-crescent, Albertpark, widow, who died on May 9. left by a will dated May 13,1999, realty valued at £4,100 and personalty £488 to her children. ...

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  50. YACHTING.

    The principal event at the Kiel Regatta, at which the Kaiser was present, was won by Mr. A. S. Cochran's American yacht Westward. The Emperor's Meteor IV., ...

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