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    In the House of Representatives on Tuesday the Conciliation and Arbitration Hill was further considered in Committee. The remaining clauses ...

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    A telegram received from Mukden reports that the Russian right flank at Port Arthur, on the 3rd and 4th instants, assumed the offensive and drove the ...

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    DOG AND POULTRY SHOW.—Into ding exhibitors are reminded that entries for all classes in the schedule for the Dog and Poultry Society's show, to be held ...

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    A dreadful crime was committed this morning at the residence of a baker named Veitch, carrying on business at Clifton Hill. The biker left his home ...

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    Mr. Edward. Barnett, president of the Chamber of Commerce, who went to Perth last Wednesday as the accredited representative of the Albany Town Council, in ...

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  7. British Politics.

    Sir Henry Campbell-Bannennan, leader of the Opposition, has given notice in the House of Commons of his intention to move the following motion: ...

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  8. An Italian Conspiracy.

    The secretary and several officials and members of the Itsliau Gymnastic Club at the Austrian seaport of Trieste have been arrested in consequence of the ...

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  9. Suspicious Death.

    Practically all doubt as to the cause of the death of Mrs. Piper, at Stoney Creek, was set at rest to-day when the body, after exhumation, was examined. ...

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  10. The Strike in America.

    A crowd in Chicago attacked a number of negroes on leaving the stockyards where they had been working in defiance of the strikers. Several were badly ...

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  11. Cholera in Persia.

    Fightful mortality from cholera is reported from Teheran, in Persia. On some days as many as 9.0 hare been recorded. Corpses accumulate faster ...

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  12. The south-West Diocese.

    At St. George's Cathedral, Perth, on Sunday, in the presence of a vast congregation that comprised the chief leaders of public life, the new Bishop of Bunbury, ...

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  13. A Sailor's Death.

    The steamer Pilbarra, which arrived at Fremantle yesterday, reported having lest a man overboard while passing Breaksea on Sunday morning. The ...

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  14. The Mission To Tibet.

    Colonel MacDonald is advancing on Lhassa with 76 officers, 576 British troops and 2,000 native troops. In the House of Commons yesterday ...

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  15. Collision at Sea.

    The cargo steamer Hirondelle, belonging to the General Steam Naviga tion Co., collided with the British torpedo destroyer Haughty, off Harwich, ...

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  18. Strike Settled.

    The Marseilles dockers, who have been engaged in a protracted strike, have resumed work. The employers have conceded the strikers' terms. ...

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  19. Polo Fatality.

    Marquis de Viliavieje, a Spanish nobleman, was killed white playing polo at Ostend by an opponent's stick striking him on the held. ...

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  21. Britain and Spain.

    King Alfonso XIII, of Spain will visit King Edward in November. ...

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