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  2. CLARKE V. NORTON

    Before Mr. Justice Cussen and a jury an action was begun in the First Civil Court yesterday, in which Henry Lowther Clarke sued John Norton, proprietor of ...

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  3. ROOSEVELT ON THE SPOT.

    Mr. Roosevelt's spectacular advent at the National Republican Convention, which will meet on Tuesday, has aroused Republican enthusiasm to a high pitch. It ...

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  4. PORT OF LONDON STRIKE

    The utterances of the men's leaders at the usual Sunday strike meetins and the issue of another declaration by the strike dispute committee were the only ...

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  5. PERSONAL,

    His Excellency the Governor (Sir John Fuller), who is at present confined to his room with a severe attack of sciatiea, has been comelled, under medical advice, to ...

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  6. IMPERIAL CRICKET. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    The Australians commenced their second match with Surrey to-day, at Kenningtonoval. The first match was won by the Australians with seven wickets to ...

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  7. GRAND OPERA SEASON. "THE VALKYRIE."

    The Quinlan Opera Company gained another triumph last night—a triumph one can measure with that of "Tristan and Isolde." "The Valkyrie" was the work ...

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  8. FEDERAL POLITICS, MR. MAUGER'S SELECTION.

    A public meeting under the auspices of the Australian Women's Naitonal League was held in the Independent-hall, Collinsstreet, last night, and was addressed by ...

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  9. TO-NIGHTS OPERA.

    This evening "Aida" will be staged. with Jeanne Brola in the name-part, John Coates as Radames, Edna Thornton as Amneris, W. T. Sammell as Amonasro, Allen ...

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  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir.—"Corio Elector's letter of to-day affords an apt illustration of the truth of statements I have made in previous letters, and which I have laboured to impress upon ...

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  11. PEOPLING THE LAND. BRITISH EMIGRANTS.

    The number of emigrants from the United Kingdom in 1911 was 261,809, of whom 210,000 went to British possessions. The fignres for Australia and New Z ...

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  12. LABOUR CANDIDATES.

    A request for financial assistance in the condect of the forthcoming Federal elections was made on befalf of the Political Labour Council, at the meeting of the ...

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  13. THREE STEAMERS TO ARRIVE.

    Immigration officers will be kept busily employed to-day, passengers by two steamers —the Miltiades and the Kaikoura—being expected to report themselves at the burean. ...

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  14. THE SOUTH AFRICANS.

    The game between the South Africans and Somerset County, at Bath, was delayed through the continuance of bad weather. The wicket was soaked with rain, ...

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  15. SELECTIONS APPROVED.

    The selection of Senator E. J. Russell and Messrs. A. N. M'Kissock and J. Barnes as the Labour candidates for the next Senate elections was endorsed at the ...

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  16. NOTES BY OBSERVER.

    The Australians had a good fight for their last game, and losing it by 24 runs is distinctly no disgrace. The wicket was always bad, and by the third day must have been ...

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  17. CANDIDATE FOR WANNON.

    PORT FAIRY. Monday. — The Port Fairy branches of both the Women's National League and the People's Party have decided to nominate Mr. D. E. M'Lellan ...

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  18. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The chairman of the South Wales Minimum Wage Board (Viscount St. Aldwyn) has decided that the new rates for miners shall not operate after 63 years of age. ...

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  19. NAVY TO THE RESCUE.

    The Transatlantic liner La Provence. which was held up at Havere last week, owing to the strike of seamen for higher wages, began her voyage on Saturday. ...

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  20. TRAIN TRAGEDY.

    Jumping from a train at the Murrumbeena station yesterday evening, T. Dowker, a middle-aged man, fell between the carriage and the platform, and was crushed ...

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  21. GIPPSLAND ELECTORATE.

    SALE. Monday.—Requisitions are being signed in a number of places in the Gippsland electrate asking Mr. W. J. M'lean. son of the jate Mr. Allan M'Lean. to stand ...

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  22. TARIFF QUESTION.

    Sir,—Vietorian manufacturer are on the warpath claiming higher dutice. and cvideatly aim at the prohibition of import. With the aid of their friends in and ot of ...

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  23. TURKEY AND ITALY.

    The Turkish Government id continuing with the precautions against a raid by the Italians on the coast of Asia Minor, Sixty thousand troops have been drafted to the ...

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  24. DAY LABOUR QUESTION.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A deputation from the Sydney Labour Council has waited upon the Minister for Works (Mr. Gri[?]ith) with a request that the Government should ...

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  25. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    [?] We[?], of Faraday-street, Carlton, [?], who died on May 13, left, under a will [?]Jone [?] [?], personal cotate valued at £8,442 to her children. ...

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  26. MR. BRENNAN. M.H.R. AND THE BRISBANE STRIKE.

    Sir.—The words used by me at Clifton Hill with reference to the Brisbaue strike were. I do not intead to say anything about the strike itself iurther than to ...

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  27. HUNGARIAN POLITICS.

    The Hungarian House of Magnates has adopted the Army Bill, which gives the King unlimited power in calling up reserves in time of peace, by 174 votes to 33. It ...

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  28. RECORDS.

    Sir.—Mr. Gcore Noy. in his letter today. quotes the words a feat without parallel in test cricket as applying to Secondiy, they took all the wickets, [?] ...

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  29. CORONATION DAY.

    His Excellency the Governor of Victoria will hold a levee at the State Parliament-house. Exhibition-buildings, on Monday, June 2[?], at noon, in honour of the ...

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  30. INSPECTING SCHOOL CHILDREN.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.). Monday.—The Government has decided to all applications for the positions of male and remale medical officers for the inspection of children ...

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  31. CRISIS IN PORTUGAL.

    Senhor Augusto Vasconcellos, who succeeded Senhor Chagas as Premier in November last, has resigned, and the President (Dr. Manoci Arriaga) has appointed Dr. ...

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  32. WIRELESS IN THE NORTH.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—A tender has been accepted for the election of a wireless station at Pinkenba at a cost of £1,307. The eretion of other stations at Port Moiesby ...

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  33. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    At the meeting of the Footscray City Council last night, the treasurer's report showed that the receipts for the past fortnight amounted to £9,9[?] 10 [?]1. The rates received to date this year amount ...

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  34. POLITICAL ORGANISATION. WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE.

    A large gathering of members of the Oakleigh and Murrumbead branches of the Women's National Leagus was held in the Mechanics hall to hear sddresses by [?] J. A. Boyd. Frank ...

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  35. GREATER MELABOURNE. PRAHRAN APPROVES OF SCHEME.:

    At the meeting of the Prahran Council has evening the linamce committee brought up a tecommundation that the council approve of the schrane for the ...

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  36. HOME FOR THE BLIND.

    In connection with the appeal made by the Lady Mayoress of Melbourne for funds in aid of the Home for the Blind, Mr. Kenneth Sutherland and Miss Muntz waited ...

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  37. PEOPLE'S PARTY.

    BENALLA, Monday.—Mr. A. Gregerson, who has been identified with public matters in [?] for a number of years, being in turn president of the agricultural society, member of the shire council. ...

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  38. DISPUTED TUG-OF-WAR.

    A difference of opinion as to which team is entitled to the first price in the Druids' Gala tug-of-war has led to an action at law, in which the Carlton Brewery team is ...

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  39. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.

    MORNINGTON, Saturday. — During the last two months several thousand sheep from drought-stricken parts have been sent into the Mornington Peninsula for agistment. Two thousand more ...

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  40. MALVERN ATTITUDE.

    The Greater Melbourne scheme was dis[?] at the Malvern Council last night. Councillor Cornwall moved that the [?] be considered item by item. ...

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  41. PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY.

    TOOBORAG. Monday At a [?] meeting held by the [?] Luldat Party it was deided to form an elcetoras commtter for the [?] of Eebucs, for the purpose of nominating or ...

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  42. RABY BONTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE [?]

    Sir,—I have [?]red a family of 14 from the sweat of my brow, and consider myself an authority on the subject. I say it is the [?] [?] act that has ever been ...

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  43. CHARITABLE VOTE.

    At the meeting of the Fitzroy Council on Monday evening the recommendation of the he[?] ient committee that the annual charitable vote, amounting to £310, should be distributed as ...

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  44. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—J. P. Combes, in answering my letters, makes are of the words "glbly" and "[?]" Let me tell him than say [?] has been a stern reahty of selt deatasls. ...

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  45. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    BEECHWORTH, Monday. — Between 2 and 3 o'clock this morning a weatherland dwetling occupied by Mr. Victor Ostiund and his family, and situated at Newton, Beechworth, was destroyed ...

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  46. RRIGHTON COUNCIL.

    The question of a Greater Melbourne founil was before the Brighton Council meeting last night. when, after disenssion, a [?] decided, on the motion of COunecillors ...

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  47. COUNTRY OPINIONS.

    WINCHELSEA, At a meeting of the Winchelses branch of the people's party held on Friday resolutions were passed supporting the exceutive in the selection of ...

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