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  2. SPAIN AND THE POPE. FRUSTRATED DEMONSTRATION.

    The prompt measures taken by the Spanish Government to suppress the attempted Roman Catholic demonstration at San Sebastian have been successful. The ...

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  3. "HOME RULE ALL ROUND."

    The manifesto issued by the Scottish National Committee urging devolution for Scotland, combined with a speech on the same lines by Mr. Birrell, Chief Secretary ...

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  4. JEALOUS FATHER'S GRIME.

    A tragedy of jealousy was enacted on the steps of the Palais de Justice, in Paris, on (saturday. Francois Medaille, an artist, had sought ...

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  5. WEEDING OUT A NAVY.

    The final announcement regarding the purchase by Turkey of German war-ships is that the battleships Kurfurst Friedrich Wilhelm and Weissenburg, each of 10,000 ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    Our London correspondent cables that on Saturday the King and Queen paid an unexpected visit to the Japan-British Exhibition, in London. Their Majesties ...

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  7. THE BENDIGO TRAGEDY.

    BENDIGO, Monday.—It is many years since Bendigo was so stirred as it has been by the shocking tragedy in Don-street on Sunday, when the woman Camellia ...

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  8. KOOYONG ELECTION. TOO MANY CANDIDATES

    In the course of speeches delivered by Mr. Davies, President of the Legislative Council, and Mr. Watt, State Treasurer, at the Institute of Accountants' dinner last ...

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  9. ALL-NIGHT FLIGHT.

    A daring flight in the darkness was made on Saturday night by Mr. Willows, an English aeronaut. Mr. Willows left Cardiff at 8 o'clock in ...

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  10. CARLIST CLUB RAIDED.

    The San Se[?]astian police raided a Carlist Club at midnight on Saturday, and arrested 152 persons, who were shouting seditiously. Among those arrested were 19 priests. ...

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  11. TRADE DISPUTES. THE CLYDE ARTISANS.

    Despite the announcement of the settlement of the trouble between the Clyde ship-building firms and their employees, arising out of a strike by caulkers and drillers at ...

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  12. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    The disclosure of a widespread conspiracy of sedition in Bengal has caused the authorities to make arrests in every quarter of the province. Among the accused persona is ...

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  13. SIR R. BEST'S CAMPAIGN.

    At a meeting of friends and supporters of Sir Robert Best, held at Box Hill yesterday evening, the chairman (Mr. J. Ingamells), after referring to the general ...

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  14. PARIS APACHES.

    The activity displayed by the apaches, or hooligans, of Paris since the execution of the murderer Liabeuf has caused the authorities to take measures for keeping ...

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  15. COTTON SPINNERS.

    The decision arrived at by the conference of representatives of Lancashire master cotton spinners and operatives, by which the demand of the employers for a reduction of ...

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  16. TRIANGULAR TESTS.

    The current issue of "Sporting Life," contains an article by Mr. E. Sewell on thesubject of the triangular cricket tests. "Considering the money that the ...

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  17. OKLAHOMA SCANDAL.

    The Congressional inquiry into what is known as the Oklahoma scandal continues at Washington. The scandal is based upon an allegation by Senator Gore, who is ...

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  18. CANADIAN FARMERS.

    Referring to the demonstration made by the western farmers in Canada, in favour of low duties, during Sir Wilfrid Laurier's tour, the Ottawa correspondent of the ...

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  19. GRAND PACIFIC STRIKERS.

    Fifty per cent. of the Canadian Grand Trunk Pacific Railway employees have been restored to the positions they left when they struck for higher wages. The ...

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  20. ENGLISH CRICKET.

    There were two interesting features of Saturday's cricket. Surrey, after a close game with Middlesex, gained a victory by two wickets. W. C. Smith, for Surrey, was ...

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  21. TO-NIGHT'S MEETINGS.

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  22. NEW POSTAGE STAMPS.

    "The Times" announces that the issue of postage stamps for the new reign is under consideration. It says that probably King George's head will be imprinted on the ...

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  23. "MADAM BUTTERFLY."

    Investigations have already been made into the diverse charms of the French-Japanese and the Australian-Japanese butterflies, and last night, at Her Majesty's ...

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  24. A GERMAN LOCK-OUT.

    A dispute in the German ship-building trade has been precipitated by the action of a private firm in deciding to lock-out 60 per cent., that is, 60,000, of its hands. This ...

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  25. RULE OF THUMB PAYMENT.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A significant warning was uttered by Judge Heydon in the Industrial Court to-day against the trade unions seeking to enforce payment of ...

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  26. CIVIL WAR IN PERSIA.

    A lively conflict has taken place in Teheran, the Persian capital, between Government troops and the revolutionary party. The revolutionists comprised the ...

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  27. AMERICAN CATTLE.

    The steamer Star of Victoria has left Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, for Liverpool, with a cargo of 20,000 carcases of cattle. This is the first shipment of the kind that ...

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  28. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Robert Mar[?]den Fitzgerald, of Rylstone, New South Wales, grazier, who died on January 24, left by a will dated December 15, 1908, personal estate of the value of £10,570 to relatives. ...

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  29. LAWN TENNIS. ANOTHER WIN FOR WILDING.

    At the Ostend lawn tennis tournament, A. F. Wilding (New Zealand), the world's champion, won the singles, b[?]ating Trasenster, 6—2, 6—2, 6—1. ...

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  30. LINER IN DISTRESS.

    SYDNEY, Monday—The French mail steamer Salazic, from Marseilles, was in distress off Jervis Bay early this morning. Captain M'Donald, of the steamer Karoola, ...

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  31. CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The international chess championship tournament has been concluded at Hamburg. The winner was Dr. Schlechter, with 11½ games. He wins ...

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  32. "AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND.

    In the final for the Hampshire lawn tennis championship, played at the Bournemouth tournament yesterday, G. A. Thomas defeated S. N. Doust (Sydney), 6—3, 7—5. In ...

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  33. COUNTESS TARNOWSKA.

    The condition of the remarkable criminal, the Countess Tarnowska, who was convicted in Venice at the end of May of murder, is giving rise to fears for her sanity. ...

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  34. KING EDWARD MEMORIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  35. THE CHANNEL SWIM.

    Another unsuccessful attempt to swim [?]cross the English Channel, from Dover to Calais, a distance of 22 miles, was made on Saturday by James Mearas, the English ...

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  36. ARMED MAN AND SLEEPER.

    BROKEN HILL, Monday.—Mr. Kernot, superintendent of permanent-way for the Silverton Tramway Company, has reported to the police that on Saturday ...

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  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The "Observer" published an article on Sunday applauding the proposal which has been put forward to celebrate the centenary of the Treaty of Ghent, by which peace was ...

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  38. MR. APPLETON'S SPEECH.

    Between 400 and 500 persons attended a meeting in the Town-hall, Malvern; last night, when Mr. W. T. Appleton, one of the candidates for the Kooyong seat, ...

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  39. CHARGES AGAINST DIRECTORS.

    PERTH, Monday.—In the Criminal Court, before Mr. Justice Burnside, the second trial of John Wrixon Black on a charge of having stolen three sums of £30 ...

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  40. STAGE COACH ROBBED.

    The stage coach to Silver City, New Mexico, has been "held up" by a gang of robbers. The driver, who resisted, was killed. "The robbers made the extensive ...

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  41. GIRL DELAYS TWO STEAMERS.

    PERTH Monday.—When the R.M.S. Morea arrived at Fremantle, in March, the medical inspection of the passengers was delayed by the action of a young Victorian ...

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  42. EXPLOSION ON SUBMARINE.

    The crew of the British submarine Al, who were injured by an explosion of petrol on board the vessel at Portsmouth, have recovered consciousness, and are making ...

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  43. HORSE ON FOOTPATH.

    A young lady named Elma Highett, who, however, did not appear, was on Monday, at the Malvern Police Court, charged before Messrs. Cohen, P.M., Holmes, Dunlop, and ...

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  44. GAMBLERS LAST THROW

    Having lost the bulk of his fortune in betting on the racecourse, Lieutenant Karl Coldschmidt, an Austrian hussar, resolved to make a bold bid for its recovery. He ...

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  45. FALSE RETURNS ALLEGED.

    WELLINGTON, Monday.—Two fresh informations have been laid against Bowron Brothers, fellmongers, of Christchurch, whose case was recently dealt with by the ...

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  46. GAMING CLUB RAIDED.

    A gambling [?] at Narragansett Pier, near Newport, Rhode Island, was raided last night by a force of armed police. Thirty persons, who are well known in American ...

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  47. TOWN-HALI POST-OFFICE.

    A branch post-office is likely to be established at the Town-hall. Application has been made to the City Council by the Deputy Postmaster-General (Mr. C. E. ...

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  48. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

    A fire which swept across portion of the township of Cochrane, in the Alberta district of Canada, destroyed 19 shops. It is estimated that the damage amounts to ...

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  49. THE DESECRATING TRAM.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—A deputation representing the Adelaide Park Lands Preservation League waited upon the Premier (Mr. Verran) today to protest against ...

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  50. FOOTBALL SAVAGERY.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—In a football match between Hampden and Cloncurry, at Cloucurry on Sunday, Augus M'Callum sustained a fractured skull, and died the ...

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  51. Advertising

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  52. CAUGHT NAPPING.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The difference between the amount of work done by men under ordinary conditions and the amount they will do when their object is to ...

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  53. AN EXAMPLE IN CHARITY.

    WELLINGTON, Monday.—During the last five days the people of Wellington, at the invitation of Mrs. Wilford (mayoress), and assisted by the Hugh Ward Comedy ...

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  54. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    William Richard Church, of Queen-street, Melbourne, valuer and agent. Causes of insolvency—Pressure of mortgage creditor and adverse judement. Liabilities, £1,820 ...

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  55. THE BIBLE HOUSE.

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  56. CHARITABLE APPEALS.

    Towards the fund which is being raised to provide for the children of the late Jennings Carmichael we have received the following additional subscription:—Pupils of Corndale State school, ...

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