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  2. GRAND-STAND FOR 18, 00[?]

    Special trains are already be[?] to arrive att Reno. Nevada, bringing [?] nds of spectators for the world's cham[?]ip light on July 4. ...

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  3. AIRSHIP WRECKD.

    Zeppelin VII., the huge German air-ship which was completed a few days ago and had just begun a passenger service between Prussian cities, has shared the fate of its ...

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  4. CANDDIAN GOLD RUSH. EXCITEMENT AT FEVER HEAT.

    A big rush of prospectora to Northern Bntish Columbia has set in, following upon the sensational discovery of a huge gold-bearing reci in the neighbourhood of ...

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  5. MORE PEOPLE.

    During the decade of 1880-1890 we were —broadly but aecurately enough as a statement of the general result—well ahead of Canada both in our mum ...

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  6. COST [?] GOVERNMENT.

    Legislation in [?]cent years has penetracted into the b[?]paths of industrial and social life. As the general knowledge of the community on matters relating to ...

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  7. KING'S GO[?] NEW FORM OF OATH.

    In accordance with the intimation made a fortnight ago, the Prime Miniser (Mr. Asquit), in the House of Commons yesterday, introduced a bill pro[?]ding for the ...

    Article : 290 words
  8. PERSONAL.

    His Majesty the King (our co[?] ondent cables) has consented to bec[?] patron of the Royal Life saving Societ of which Lord Desborough is president. ...

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  9. HEALTH OF BISHOP GOE.

    The death from heart failure is announced of Bishop Goe, who was Bishop of Melbourne from 1887 to 1901. His lordship was found dead in a chair at his home at ...

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  10. THE BOXERS' DOINGS.

    News from Reno regirding the approaching fight for the world's chnmpionship is thnt the differences between Jeffries, J. L. Sullivan, and J. J. Corbett have been ...

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  11. SETTLING VICTORIA.

    Mr. M'Kenzie (Victorian Minister of Lands) and Mr. Elwood Mend (chairman of the Water Supply Commission), who are seeking desirable settlers for the State, ...

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  12. [?]REVIOUS OATH.

    The form of oath subseribed to by King Edward was as follos:— "I do solemnly and sincerely, in the presence of God, profess, testify, and declare ...

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  13. NO OFFICIAL NEWS.

    Owing to the interest excited by the report of the discovery of a gagantic quartz reef in North-West Canada, the AgentGeneral in London of British Columbia ...

    Article : 630 words
  14. CITY VALUES RISING.

    Two days' sales of properties in the estate of the late Mr. J. B. Watson realised a total of £331,420. The sale was brought to a close yesterday in the upper ...

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  15. NATIONAL DEFENCE.

    Four hundred war-ships of all classes were mobilised on Tuesday in order to take part in the approaching naval manceuvros, in which the Mediteimuan, Atlantic, and ...

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  16. INTENSE EXCITEMENT.

    The police of the State of Nevada are assembling in Reno, in order to protect the fighters against any outbreak caused by race haired. It is feared that if the negro ...

    Article : 108 words
  17. THE RIVALS' DE[?]

    The "Daily Mail" publishes a [?] sage[?] from its Reno correspondent concerning the two fighters. Jeffries told the correspondent—"For a ...

    Article : 95 words
  18. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    John Seanlon, of Yannathan, grazier, who died on May 29, left, by a will dated Sepetember 27, 1909, realty valued at £119. and personalty valued at £2,079, to his widown and children. ...

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  19. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The Irish Nationalist members of the House of Commons met yesterday to discuss the political situation. They expressed themselves is extremely averse from the ...

    Article : 98 words
  20. LAND SETTLEMENT.

    The Water Supply Commission and the Closer Settlement Board no showing an active cooperation in the acquirement of private land in the new Rochester ...

    Article : 239 words
  21. UNREST IN EGYPT.

    The execution of Wird in the murderer of Boutros Ghali Pasha (Premier of Egypt) passed off without any demonstration on the part of the Egyptian Nationalists. A ...

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  22. FINNISH AUTONOMY.

    The Russian Council of the Empire has adopted the bill which recently pissed the Durna providing a new constitution for Finland. Under the new conditions the ...

    Article : 127 words
  23. PROSPEROUS STATE. EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND.

    The annual Queensland dinner was held last evening at the Holborn Restaurant. One hundred and fifty gentlemen attended, among those present being Admiral Sir ...

    Article : 288 words
  24. WATCHING FOR SMUGGLERS.

    An incident, which has a strong flavour of a practical joke upon the Customs department, occurred in Hobson's Bay yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 289 words
  25. "TWO-CHILD STANDARD."

    The "two-child standard," which has for many years been a serious evil in France, has become a menace, with which the Berlin authorities are endcavouring to combat. ...

    Article : 103 words
  26. GREECE AND ROUMANIA.

    The difficulty between Roumania and Greece, which was caused by the action of Greek subjects in looting a Roumanian steamer, on which were two members of ...

    Article : 69 words
  27. SUBSIDISING STEAMSHIPS.

    In connection with the Sydney proposal for the subsidisation of a line of steamers by the Federal Government, the Prime Minister (Mr. Fisher) stated yesterday that ...

    Article : 147 words
  28. GERMAN POLITICS.

    Futher changes are taking place in the Ministers of Germany and Prussia. Within the past few weeks Herr Dernburg the German Colonial Secretary, resigned; and ...

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  29. LAW OF EXTRADITION Undershirts.

    The mental condition [?] 2/11; singers to murdered his wife [?] Pants, 3/6, Singlets Lake Como, is [?]ess Cashmere Finished leading alienists [?]rs for 1/3 ...

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  30. CHURCH OF ROME.

    The ceremony of consecrating the Roman Catholic cathedral at Westminster is being held to-day. In connection with it the celebration is also being held of the 60th ...

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  31. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. SOUTH AFRICAN VIST.

    The Victorian members of the Board of Control For intenational cricket in Australia (Messrs. E. E. Bean, H. R. Rush, and A. A. Aitken) had an informal meeting ...

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  32. A RICH ISLAND.

    PORT DARWIN, Wednesday.—Two weeks ago a Government exploring party comprising the Government surveyor, the curator of the Botanic-gardens, a police ...

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  33. TEXT OF THE MESSAGE.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—The message from the Premier, read by Sir Thomas Robinson at the Queensland dinner, was as follows:— ...

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  34. BOY SHOOTS UNCLE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Bert Miller shot his uncle, James Miller, either by accident or design at The Hill, in the Ballina district, and then cut his own throat. He was ...

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  35. NO GUARANTE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. C. Sinelair, hon, secretary of the Board of Control, has received the opinions of the delegates in the different States upon the able message ...

    Article : 54 words
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  37. ALFRED HOSPITAL APPEAL FUND.

    The hon., treasurer (Mr. J. Rogers, 40 Donaldstreet, Prahran) desires to acknowledge the following additional donations to the above fund:— E. Rohner, £2/2/; Loyal Good Intent Lodge ...

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  38. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day.)

    At 10 O'clock.—In the matter of Cook and Webb Precce (judgment). Chamber b[?] and probate and insolvency business. INSOLVENCY CO[?] ...

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