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  2. TRAGIC ABDUCTION.

    'A' remarkable drama, which strikingly illustrates the condition of public morals in parts of Eastern Europe, has just been enacted in Bulgaria. ...

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  3. CASUALTIES.

    The five-year-old son of Mr. S. Richmonds of Rose Park, had the misfortune to break a thighbone on Sunday evening at Henley Beach. He had been along the beach ...

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  4. FIRE AT WHITELEY'S STORES.

    An outbreak of fire was discovered on Monday in a department of the great London stores in Westbourne Grove, of William Whiteley, Limited. ...

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  5. FEDERAL CAMPAIGN.

    In the course of his address in the Exhibition Hall last night the Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) dealt with the subject of new protection. Hi said competition was ...

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  6. INDIAN SEDITION.

    The Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal (Sir E. N. Baker) has issued an order for the confiscation of a quantity of native waist-cloths, the borders of which have been ...

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  7. NEARLY A RIOT.

    The resolutions carried at the town hall meeting last night in the teeth of the Socialists, who had convened the gathering, were as follows:— ...

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  8. A.N.A.

    The annual conference of the Australian Natives' Association was opened at Echuca to-day. Mr. A. A. Peverill (the President), in ...

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  9. HARPER CASE.

    Further evidence was taken at the City Court to-day in connection with the charge of conspiracy against Patrick Hill, pensioner; John Huxley; Robert Harper, ...

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  10. KNOCKED DOWN.

    JAMESTOWN, March 14.—On Saturday Mr. Charles Williams, working at Messrs. Richardson Brothers' farm, Bela? East, was assisting to rope young horses. Some ...

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  11. THE ARRESTED STUDENT.

    Vinaijah Savarkar, the Indian law student, who landed at Newhaven a few days ago, and was subsequently arrested in London on an extradition warrant, ...

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  12. BICYCLE ACCIDENT.

    TEROWIE, March 15.—George Rushforth met with an accident on Sunday. In company with other lads he was cycling from Yongala, and while he was ...

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  13. RIDING FATALITY.

    NHILL, March 14.—The 14-year-old son of Mr. Creek met with a terrible accident on Friday evening. He was admitted to a private hospital, but succumbed to his ...

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  14. TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA.

    In October last a deputation representing the leading manufacturers of Canada asked the Premier for a Government subsidy of £50,000 towards a direct Atlantic ...

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  15. LIBERAL CANDIDATE.

    Col. J. W. McCay, formerly a member of the House of Representatives and sometime Minister for Defence, was selected this afternoon as the Commonwealth ...

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  16. THE LATE BERTRAM ARMYTAGE.

    Sir Ernest Shackleton, in the course of an interview concerning the late Bertram Armytage, who shot herself at the Melbourne Club last Saturday night paid ...

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  17. DROWNED IN A FLOOD

    MACKAY (Q.). March 15.—George Arthur Hall went towards the Mirani Bridge, seven miles from Mirani, on a horse on Saturday and was not seen alive again ...

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  18. A TERRITORY CANDIDATE.

    Mr. W. T. Bournes, Labour candidate, addressed a large meeting at the town hall this evening. Mr. Barnes (Chairman of the Council) presided. Referring to a report ...

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  19. FOR FREEDOM.

    A fierce outbreak occurred upon one of the great Russian railway systems' at the end of last week. It is reported that while a gang of 14 ...

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  20. DISASTER AVERTED.

    NHILL, March 14.—A neighbour Was burning some stubble during the week, and the fire, getting out of control, entered Mr. Turrell's paddock. It then made for ...

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  21. SUDDEN DEATH.

    On Tuesday Mrs. Levack reported to the Port Adelaide police that her husband (William Levack), laborer, of Clare street, died suddenly on the previous evening ...

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  22. JAPANESE CRUISERS.

    Two Japanese training cruisers, the Aso and the Soya, arrived at Moreton Bay at about 6 o'clock on Sunday, and were boarded by a welcoming party including ...

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  23. BOY'S ESCAPADE.

    Alfred Owen Kelly, aged 16 years, pleaded guilty at the Ballarat sessions to-day to a charge of having broken into the residence of Mary Hodgeson, and demanded money. ...

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  24. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    The State Treasurer (Mr. Waddell) said to-day that until recently he had shared the fears of many that if the Federal Government had its power enlarged if might ...

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  25. WEEK-END WHIST.

    By order of the authorities, the police of London paid a well-planned and preconcerted visit to all the city cafes on Saturday night, and stopped the customary ...

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  26. INCOME TAX CASE.

    The High Court was engaged to-day in the hearing of an appeal, involving the construction of the Victorian Income Tax Acts. The appellant was T. Prout Webb ...

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  27. PORT OF MONTREAL.

    The Canadian Government has agreed to advance £1,200,000 to the Montreal Harbour Commission to pay for providing additional shipping facilities at that port. ...

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  28. DEATHS OF TWO GRAZIERS

    PERTH, March 15.—The Commissioner of Police received a telegram to-day from Wyndham to the effect that two well-known graziers of Turkey Creek district ...

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  29. DOUBLE SUICIDE.

    'A' pathetic story is that which has been tabled from Philadelphia concerning the death of a well-known American physician, Dr. Benson, and of his wife. ...

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  30. FIFTH TEST.

    The South Africans, who had to follow on in the fifth test against the visiting M.C.C. Eleven, compiled in their second innings 327, of which Faulkner made 99. ...

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  31. MR. DEAKIN IN QUEENSLAND.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) addressed a meeting at Gympie to-night. On the question of unemployment he said there was a running sore here, as in all ...

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  32. BIBLE IN SCHOOLS.

    The Rev. Henry Howard, of Adelaide, speaking at the annual meeting of the British and Foreign Bible Society to-night, said he came from a place which did some ...

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  33. GARDENER DROWNED

    SYDNEY, March l5.—Owing to excessive rain in the northern portion of the State rivers are rising rapidly and washaways have again taken ...

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  34. TASMANIAN LAND CHARGES.

    The royal commission appointed to enquire into the charges made by Mr. Jensen, M.H.A., in regard to the purchase of land for the Scottsdale-Branxholme ...

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  35. CRUSHED FOOT.

    In the District Court to-day Theresa Branie sought to recover from the Chief Railway Commissioner £400 for injuries caused through falling under a train. The ...

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  36. THE BARRIER.

    Mr. W. Nulty, ex-President of the A.M.A. and President of the combined unions during the strike, was recently charged by the Socialistic members of the A.M.A. with ...

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  37. THE FINANCIAL AGREEMENT.

    The State Ministry will to-morrow issue a pamphlet on the financial agreement "to the Federal electors in Victoria." It is prefaced with the statement that the ...

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  38. FOOTBALL.

    A football match in accordance with the Association rules was contested on Monday between representative English and Welsh teams. England scored one ...

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  39. SYME V. SWINBURNE

    Judgment was delivered by the High Court to-day in the appeal by defendant in the libel action Swinburne v. David Syme & Co., arising out of statements made ...

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  40. FRENCH FRAUD.

    A Reuter source supplies the interesting facts that the assistant and accomplice of the notorious French embezzler, M. Duez, is M. Martin Gautier, and not just plain ...

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  41. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    Sgt. Cutler. a member of the Australian rifle team, said be considered New Zealand marksmen among the finest shots in the world. He certainly had not shot ...

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  42. AMERICAN TARIFF.

    President Taft. Mr. P. C. Knox (Secretary of State), and Mr. Charles M. Pepper (three members of the United States Tariff Board), and Srs. Aldrich and ...

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  43. COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

    Silver.—The price of standard silver to-day is 1/11 fb, a decline of 1-l6d. since Saturday. Wool Sales.—The market was very firm ...

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  44. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS ON A REEF.

    Mr. Peace, the local agent of the Royal Dutch Packet Company, advises that the Van der Hagen, which got on to Ripon Reef, 120 miles north of Cooktown, has ...

    Article : 136 words
  45. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Acting Premier (Mr. Wilson) has made available a special joint report on the corrosion of the steel main of the goldfields water supply. The following ...

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  46. SHIPPING COAL

    Shipping coal at Newcastle was resumed in earnest to-day. Several trainloads came in from the collieries to-night. There were 14 crews at work. Most of the ...

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  47. KING'S AND EMPIRE MATCHES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 82 words
  48. TROUBLED TIBET.

    In connection with the flight of the Dalai Lama from his capital of Lhassa, it has been announced that China's interference at Lhassa was due to the Grand ...

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  49. ALSACE-LORRAINE.

    In the Berlin Reichstag on Monday Dr. Bethmann-Hollweg (Imperial Chancellor) gave notice of the introduction of a Bill to develop the Constitution of ...

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  50. MARMORA AT FREMANTLE.

    The R.M.S. Marmora, from London, arrived this morning with the following passengers:— For Adelaide—Messrs. Blair and Corbin. ...

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  51. Advertising

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  52. MAIL SERVICES.

    In the course of a speech at Long Gully the Postmaster-General (Sir John Quick) referred to the extension of the mail services in country districts, and touched on ...

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  53. FRENCH OLD FOLK.

    The French Senate has decided, in connection with the recently framed measure affording old-age pensions to the working people of France, that only wage-earners ...

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  54. MR. ROOSEVELT.

    Mr. Theodore Roosevelt (ex-President of the United States), who has been engaged in a protracted "big game" hunting expedition in British East African territories, ...

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  55. OVERSEA SHIPPING.

    At London or in Channel.—Uganda, steamer, from Port Wallaroo, January 1: Corinthle, steamer, from Wellington. January 29. Indian Monarch, steamer from ...

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  56. MURRAY WATERS.

    In regard to the report of the_ Victorian Royal Commission on Murray Waters, the Minister for Works (Mr. Lee) is of opinion that the commission has ignored the ...

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  57. QUEENSLAND.

    The Premier (Mr. Kidston) will leave on Friday on a tour of the downs. Mr. Appel is recovering from his illness, and hopes to be able to leave on Saturday to ...

    Article : 43 words
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