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  2. THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST.

    The most successful series of meetings held in connection with the above were (writes our correspondent) brought to a final issue on Wednesday evening, March ...

    Article : 497 words
  3. EARLY VICTORIAN STORY.

    Forty-one years ago Jane Duff, a little girl seven and a half years of age, was the heroine in a bosh experience of an almost tragic character. She and her two younger ...

    Article : 375 words
  4. DIRECT CABLES

    It is reported that the French fleet will visit Spithead during this summer. ...

    Article : 23 words
  5. THE WAR.

    The officer in charge of the first Russian army reports that the Japanese troop have not moved from their position for a week. ...

    Article : 64 words
  6. MINISTER OF COMMERCE.

    A bill has been introduced into the House of Commons for the creation of a Minister of Commerce. The Minister's salary is to be £5000 per year, ...

    Article : 41 words
  7. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 71 words
  8. FREE OF ICE.

    The Liao River is free of ice. ...

    Article : 10 words
  9. NAVAL STATIONS.

    In the Dominion Parliament Senator Bower denounced the abandonment of the Halifax and Esquimalt naval stations, as tending to sever the ties ...

    Article : 39 words
  10. JAPANESE ENTER NIEUCHWANG.

    The Japanese transports and merchantmen have entered Nieuchwang. ...

    Article : 12 words
  11. PRISONERS FROM MUKDEN.

    Twenty thousand prisoners from Mukden have arrived in Japan. ...

    Article : 13 words
  12. AN AUSTRALIAN SONGSTRESS.

    Miss Ada Crossley's wedding has been fixed to take place on April 11th. ...

    Article : 16 words
  13. JAPANESE CASUALTIES.

    A revised estimate made of the Japanese casualties in the battles [?]ght at Mukden and Tielang gives the total sat 57,000. ...

    Article : 26 words
  14. DISAFFECTION IN CRETE.

    Advices from Crete state that much dissatisfaction prevails against the inhabitants of the island at the present form of Government in the island. ...

    Article : 81 words
  15. INDEMNITY STIPULATED BY JAPAN

    The Chronicle has published a statement to the effect that Japan will [?]late that the indemnity in connection with the peace negotiation ...

    Article : 34 words
  16. ALLEGED RUSSIAN CRUELTY.

    Asiatic newspapers publish articles [?]rting that the Russians were guilty [?] horrible cruelly to Japanese wounded [?] the battle of Kroton, fought on ...

    Article : 28 words
  17. RUSSIA'S TROUBLES

    The Czar's rescript directs that the Governor of Poland, while lawfully suppressing the riots, artificially supported the disturbances, and to ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. RUSSIAN GENERAL'S PROMOTION.

    General Dokhtouroff, septuage[?] who was recently appointed to General Kaulbar's staff, died suddenly from excitement and through running ...

    Article : 39 words
  19. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The Wimmera District Rifle Club's Union Prize Meeting was successfully opened at the Horsham rifle range on Wednesday. The weather was not altogether too favorable for ...

    Article : 491 words
  20. THE RUSSIAN FLIGHT NORTH-WARDS.

    The retreat of the Russian troops northwards in Manchuria still con[?]es. news of the hardships suffered by the Russians and the ...

    Article : 68 words
  21. COROKE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Goroke Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held In the Mechanics' Hall on Saturday last when a large number of members turned up to take ...

    Article : 949 words
  22. THE DEMAND FOR REFORM.

    The Daily Telegraph's St. Petersburg correspondent states that the Government do not intend to concede constitutional government, but will ...

    Article : 38 words
  23. DISTURBANCES IN SOUTHERN RUSSIA.

    A serious riot occurred at Yatta on the south coast of Crimes, yesterday. The bulk warehouses and vodka (Russian whisky) stores were destroyed ...

    Article : 47 words
  24. JAPANESE FLEET OF BORNEO.

    A Japanese fleet under the command Admiral Dewa, and consisting of the [?] Kosofi and Chitose, and the converted cruisers America Maru and ...

    Article : 55 words
  25. REVOLUTIONARY DOCUMENTS SFIZED IN PARIS

    In consequence of the discovery of a fresh plot a number of domiciliary visits were made simultaneonsly in various centres on the Continent ...

    Article : 47 words
  26. THE JAPANESE NEW LOAN.

    [?] has transpired that French inves[?] are eagerly and secretly subscrib[?] the new Japanese war loan of [?]00,000. The news has fallen ...

    Article : 36 words
  27. PEASANT DISTURBANCES SPREADING

    The disturbances on the part of the peasants in the Tula district of central Russia have been renewed. The troubles are now reported to be ...

    Article : 34 words
  28. RUSSIAN BULLION RESERVE

    The Russian Government recently announced that the bullion reserves in St. Petersburg amounted to [?]00,000 in addition to £12,000,000 ...

    Article : 154 words
  29. ARAPILES SHIRE COUNCIL.

    The ordinary monthly meeting was held on Tuesday. Present—Crs Keyte (president), Walter, Jackman, M'Clure, Laidlaw, Schmidt, Timmins, and Elliott. ...

    Article : 2,415 words
  30. SPORTING ITEMS.

    The annual gathering in connection with the Horsham Caledonian Society wall be held on April 26th. Nominations for the cycling and athletic events close to-morrow ...

    Article : 76 words
  31. GOLF.

    The annual meeting of the Horsham Golf Club was held in the own Hall on Monday evening, the president (Mr R. L. Kirk,) occupying the chair. The balance-sheet, ...

    Article : 156 words
  32. LATEST NEWS.

    In giving evidence to-day before de Tariff Commission, Mr. E. D. Williams, Chairman of the Castleraine Woollen Mills, said that the ...

    Article : 46 words
  33. NO DUTY PAID.

    James Dobell was fined £5 in the District Court to-day for having in his [?]ssion two tins of jam on which [?] not been paid. ...

    Article : 29 words
  34. SPORTS AT WARRACKNABEAL.

    The sports meeting on Wednesday at Warracknabeal, in aid of Werrigar Park, was very successful. The attendance was good, and the racing was splendid, ...

    Article : 345 words
  35. [?] BEFORE THE POOR HOUSE.

    Its evidence tendered at the inquest [?] on the body of Ferdinand W[?] who hung himself at Fitzroy, showed that the preferred death ...

    Article : 33 words
  36. LIGHT HORSE CAMP.

    The State Governor was delighted with the Light Horse Camp at at Koroit, but says there is a want of uniformity regarding the saddlery. His ...

    Article : 36 words
  37. DEUGUE FEVER IN BRISBANE

    Several members of the Brisbane Customs Office are ill with deugue fever. ...

    Article : 15 words
  38. THE CABLE SERVICE

    Sir George Turner, commenting on Press criticisms, re the loss of £30,000 to the Pacific cable, points out that the Commonwealth paid nearly as much ...

    Article : 41 words
  39. ASSISTED IMMIGRATION

    At the opening of the Chamber of Manufacture's new premises to-day, Mr Bent, the Premier, avoided all reference to politics, but expressed his ...

    Article : 35 words
  40. HOTEL COMPENSATION AWARDS

    Mr Duffus, M.L.A., states that Mr bent told him he would pay the North Melbourne Hotel compensation awards without delay. ...

    Article : 25 words
  41. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE AGE

    Members of the Ministerial party all agree that the Age account of the Yesterday afternoon is grossly Exaggerated though they all agree ...

    Article : 41 words
  42. RAILWAY EMPLOYE CHARGED WITH ROBBERY.

    Bruno Lychsen, train examiner, of Korongvale, has been arrested by Inspector Borsum and Consteble Dawkins, and charged with the larceny of 40 worth of jewellery. ...

    Article : 73 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,388 words
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