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  2. A THREE GUINEA TRAGEDY

    Last week's [?] on the tragic-case of the young married woman, whom a doctor refused to attend without his fee, and who died as the result of ...

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  3. LATEST CABLE NEWS

    Recently a Frenchman named [?]esbron attempted the murder of a Canadian doctor named Herbert in a lonely villa at Fonta[?], France. Subsequent investigations led to the discovery that Cesbron. Herbert, and a Frenchwoman named Pesnel, had been concerned in a shady ...

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  4. Copper Mine Re-opened

    The Kapunda, copper mine resumed work this morning, after 25 years of idleness. It has been taken up by a strong ...

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  5. TELEGRAMS

    A telegram received from Port Darwin states that the wrecked steamer Australian has been abandoned by the underwriters. ...

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  6. INSURANCE POTHER

    The insurance tariff war is going [?]pace. Agents are searching in every hole and corner for business, and prospective clients are rushing eagerly to ...

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  7. Another Victorian Loan

    Mr. Bent intends to ask Parliament next week to authorise a loan of £1.250,000 for railway construction abd repairs and Crown lands ...

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  8. Young Norwegian Sailor

    A young Norwegian sailor named [?]sen was remanded at the City Court to-day on a charge of having obtained £35 by false pretences from William ...

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  9. The Austral Meeting

    The Austral Wheel Race meeting opened to-night, and will extend over three Saturday nights. The clubs are relying chiefly on ...

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  10. Millionaire Philanthropist

    The estate of the late Mr. Herring, a London philanthropist, was valued at £1,370,000. Of this amount, the Hospital Sunday Fund received ...

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  11. Workmen's Compensation Act

    In connection with the Workmen's Compensation Act now before Perliament the Home Secretary, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, agreed to an ...

    Article : 82 words
  12. Thorn-Greenshields Fight

    In reference to the letter which Frank Thorn, the well-known boxer, was stated to have published, approving of Mr. John Wren's attitude in ...

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  13. A Westraiian Fugitive

    In the City Court to-day Albert Money Fisher was further remanded till Thursday on a charge of having stolen£75, the property of the W.A. ...

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  14. A Russian Scandal

    It was reported the other day that a Russian gaming-house proprietor had obtained a contint for supplying starving Russians with bread, and ...

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  15. THE GOLD YIELD

    The gold returns for November just issued by the Mines department show a shrinkage as compared with those of October. Compared with the same ...

    Article : 127 words
  16. New Canadian Tariff

    The new Canadian tariff contains no less than 1209 items. Important changes are to be made in the iron and steel duties, generally in favor ...

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  17. Yarra Tragedy

    A shocking tragedy occurred on the lower Yarra this afternoon, when the four-oared championship was to be rowed. ...

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  18. Wool Sales

    There is good competition in classes at the wool sales, and prices remain unchanged. ...

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  19. JUDGE ROOTH AGAIN

    Amazement and indignation are freely expressed in Kalgoorlie at Mr. Justice [?]ooth's sentiences in two manslaughter cases that came before him ...

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  20. BOGUS AGENTS

    One of the results of the insurance war of rates has been that several householders, anxious to get their properties insured at the earliest ...

    Article : 79 words
  21. The Metal Markets

    Copper on spot, £102 10s., £102 15s.; do., forward,. £103 10s., £103 15s. Tin, spot. £196 15s., £197 5s.; ...

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  22. Canadian Commerce

    Earl Grey, Governor General of Canada, speaking at Toronto, said that Canada would have to look to the Orient to provide a market for ...

    Article : 106 words
  23. Engineman's Fate

    At about 6 o'clock this morning Jas. Pares was getting up steam on a donkey engine in a barge alongside the ship Bardowie, at Port ...

    Article : 94 words
  24. GERALDTON TELEGRAM

    There has been a good deal of discussion in the House over the alleged bogus telegram published in the "Geraldton Express" on the day of the ...

    Article : 78 words
  25. America and Japan

    In connection with the trouble which has occurred over the Californian authorities refusing to admit Japanese children to the public schools, ...

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  26. "'IT 'IM BILL"

    There isn't much science on exhibition. It's a sort of fight one sees among Chinamen in a back street in Shanghai. Don't cover yourself but ...

    Article : 177 words
  27. Melbourne Public Library

    The trustees of the Public Library intend closing the reading-room next year on Sunday afternoons, owing to the poorness of the attendance. ...

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  28. Sir John Madden

    Sir John Madden, Chief Justice of Victoria, sails for New York on December 5. He will catch the Aorangi at Vancouver early in January on ...

    Article : 37 words
  29. GOOMALLING-DOWERIN LINE

    The Governor, accompanied by several members of Parliament, will, make an official inspection of the Goomalling-Dowerin line to-morrow The train ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. Roburite Explosion

    Later reports regarding the explosion in a roborite factory at Written, Westphalia, states that two thousand people are homeless, and it is feared ...

    Article : 81 words
  31. Rhodesian Immigration

    The British South Africa Go[?] has offered General Booth a million acres in Rhodesia for the purpose of establishing a colony. ...

    Article : 48 words
  32. Advertising

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    The Melville Park Perry Service draw particnlar attention to the fact that the 8 p.m. trip to-day will leave the William-street jetty instead of their ...

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  34. The Customs Frauds

    Frederick Wm. Forwood was further charged, on remand, at Port Adelaide to-day with forgery in connection with the Customs frauds. ...

    Article : 126 words
  35. The Congo Troubles

    The Belgian Chamber continues to heatedly discuss the Congo troubles. The Socialists declare that the rights of the natives have been treated with ...

    Article : 72 words
  36. Obituary

    The death is announced of Sir Edward James Reed, K.C.B., at the age of 66. Deceased was Chief Constructor of ...

    Article : 52 words
  37. "THE GOLDEN WEST."

    R. Clarke Spear announces on another page that this rear's issue of his special illustrated annual. "The Golden West," will be published by all ...

    Article : 57 words
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