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  2. VISITING LEGISLATORS.

    The party of visiting English legislators now in Melbourne were given an official welcome to the city at the Town Hall yesterday. The Lord Mayor (Councillor ...

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  3. HOME RULE CAMPAIGN.

    Informal suggestions are being put for ward that His Majesty the King should take the initiative in regard to the Home Rule conference proposed bv Lord ...

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  4. TURKS AND BULGARS.

    Delegates from Turkey and Bulgaria, who are meeting in Constantinople, have resumed their deliberations. The delegation from Bulgaria comprises Generals Savoff, ...

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  5. WARNING AGAINST STRIKES.

    Officials of the railwaymen's organisations in Great Britain are beginning to realise that too many sectional strikes will destroy their association. ...

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  6. ECHOES OF RAND RIOTS.

    A sensation his been caused by statements of the dangers that were faced by the Union Ministers dunng the Rand labour riots in July. ...

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  7. MR. WEBBER'S DISLOYALTY.

    Long befire the Richmond Council met last evening, all the seating space available for the public was occupied, and a massed throng of person's stood along the side wall ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Prince Albert Frederick Arthur George, second son of King Geroge, became a midshipman yesterday, we are informed by cable message from our London ...

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  9. EXPRESS TRAIN IN DANGER.

    A disaster to the "Flying Scotchman" express, on the Great Northern line, was narrowly averted. The train was travelling in ...

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  10. MEXICAN REBELS BEATEN.

    Heavy losses were inflicted on the rebels in a battle with the Federal forces at Chihuahua. The rebels lost 300 killed, and a large ...

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  11. ALPINE FATALITY.

    Another death his been added to the long list of Alpine-climbing fatalities Count Maurice Lihcnthal was the victim. He was an experienced climber, and, ...

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  12. DESCENT INTO VOLCANO.

    A descent into the crater of Vesuvius has been mode by Professor Malladra and two companions. They were lowered a depth of 1,200ft. ...

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  13. AVERAGE DAILY FLIGHT.

    Georges Fourny continues his successful flight in the competition for the Michelin Cup, which is given to the aviator flying the greatest distance in a given number ...

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  14. CHINA AND JAPAN.

    Although the Chinese Government has agreed to the Japanese demands regarding the extension of the Port Arthur lease and the military occupation of treaty ports ...

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  15. THE WORD "HELL."

    Dr. Walsh, of the Theistic Church, is advocating the elimination of the word "hell" from the Bible. He says that American revisers have ...

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  16. GRAND OPERA.

    The first performance of "The Valkyrie" a short time ago by Mr. Quinlan's Opera Company was admittedly a very fine one, but it was not as fine as the second ...

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  17. WHARF WORKERS' STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, Monday. — To-day another steamship was thrown idle in consequence of the strike of wharf labourers. The Wimmera, of Huddart, Parker's line, arrived a ...

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  18. FOOTBALLERS' HIRE.

    The football season has opened with fine prospects of a successful year, the attendances being good, and great interest being taken in the games. ...

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  19. SUFFRAGETTES AND FIRES.

    The suffragettes for the past week or two have contented themselves with minor outrages; but on Saturday they burned down Kenton railway station, at ...

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  20. GAS EXPLOSION.

    A sensitionnl gas explosion occurred at Berlin, resulting in the complete destruction of Coburg House. The building was blown into the air, and ...

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  21. CLERGYMAN ARRESTED.

    A sensation has been caused by the arrest of the Rev. Hans Schmidt on a charge of having awarded Anna Aumaller. The dismembered body of the deceased ...

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  22. TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE.

    KALGOORLIE, Monday. — Twenty five points of rain fell wednesday night, and it is reported that on Thursday morning portions of the trans-Australian railway ...

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  23. SUBURBAN TRAMWAYS.

    On the motion of Councillor Rowley, seconded by Councillor Maling, the Camberwell Council decided on Monday night to write to the Prahran and Malvern Tramway Trust asking upon what ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Advices from Somaliland state that the Mad Mullah, who led the Dervishes in their recent disastrous attack on the detachment of camel constabulary, continues to make ...

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  25. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    James Rodger, late of Burke's Flat, retired farmer, who died on July 31, left by will dated February 19, 1900, real estate valued at £2,036, and personal estate valued at £147 to relatives. ...

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  27. DEATH AT 107 YEARS.

    WALLACE, Monday. — Mrs. Bridget Blood, relict of the late Mr. Frederick Blood, farmer, of Ormond, died at her son's residence, Ormond, yesterday, at the ...

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  29. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    EDENHOPE, Monday.—The residence and furniture of Mr. O'Neil were destroted by fire last night. Nothing of any kind was saved. SUNNYSIDE, Monday. — An empty house, ...

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