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  2. JAPAN'S NEED.

    Remarkable proof of the public desire to assist the stricken people of Japan is the fact that, despite the half-holiday, contributions received at this office on Saturday ...

    Article : 3,282 words
  3. JAPAN'S VICTIMS.

    All estimates of the damage and the number of victims in the great catastrophe in Japan arc still highly speculative owing to the difficulties of communication, but it is believed that 150,000 persons were killed and 300,000 were injured in Yokohama and Tokio combined. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,221 words
  4. COLLECTING BOXES.

    Sir,—In reference to the question of street collections, mentioned by "Presby," which doubtlessly will be inaugurated in due course by the City Council. It might ...

    Article : 135 words
  5. JAPANESE APPRECIATION.

    Sir,—Through your paper, we, the Melbourne staff of our f[?]m,, beg to express our hearty thanks far the profound kindness of the citizens of Victoria and the ...

    Article : 269 words
  6. THEORIES AS TO CAUSE.

    Various theories as to the precise cause of the catastrophe have been formed. The central observatory at Tokio has just announced that the first earthquake on ...

    Article : 1,489 words
  7. A DIGGERS' FUND.

    Sir,—What has happened to the Japanese might have happened to boatlo[?]ds of Australian diggers but for the s[?]ccessful convoying by Japan. Perhaps the ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. FOOD FROM CHINA.

    Sir.—Enclosed please find a small subsciiption to your fund for the relief of the Japanese people who have suffered so much through the terrible earthquake. As it is ...

    Article : 451 words
  9. SERVICE AT GEELONG.

    GEELONG, Sunday.—The Rev. W. Edgar Wood conducted an in memoriam service at St. Paul's Church on Sunday for Messrs. T. S. Hawkes and Russell ...

    Article : 256 words
  10. STREET SCENE IN YOKOHAMA.

    This is a typical view of a street in Yokohama. The ramshackle buildings that line the thoroughfare are stated to have collapsed like a toy house bu[?]t from a pack of cards. [W. Norton [?]mwade, photo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  11. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 187 words
  12. YOKOHAMA PIER.

    A busy [?] at Yokohama [?]er is illustrated. From this pier many re[?]gees were [?] [?] [?] i[?] port. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2 words
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