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  2. CABLEGRAMS.

    According to the London "Standard" Zululand is threatened with a very serious famine, which has already made its appearance in certain ...

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  3. CABLEGRAMS.

    Numerous conflicts between bands of insurgents and Turkish troops are reported to be taking place in Macedonia. ...

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  4. CABLEGRAMS.

    A terrific explosion took place in Canton yesterday, when the powder factory connected with the arsenal was blown up. It is reported that 1500 ...

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  5. CABLEGRAMS.

    It appears that for a considerable time past large quantities of arms of German make have been clandestinely imported into China. ...

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  6. CABLEGRAMS.

    It is officially announced in Paris that King Edward will arrive at the French capital, on his return from the Riviera, on May 1, and will leave for ...

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  7. TELEGRAPHIC.

    On Thursday a fresh information against Richard Carlyon was sworn before Warden Hicks at Yalgoo, by Detective Pimblett. The information was ...

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  8. TELEGRAPHIC.

    An effort will made to secure the publication of the 1902 report on the administration of British New Guinea in time for the opening of the Federal ...

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  9. GERMAN CROWN PRINCE.

    The German Crown Prince, in the course of his tour, reached Constantinople yesterday. He was the guest af the Sultan at a dinner in the ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN SETTLERS.

    According to the "Daily Express," a dozen Australians who were prepared to invest £30,000 in farms in South Africa, are returning home in ...

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  11. INDIA'S FIRST STATUE OF KING EDWARD.

    There has just been unveiled at Madras the first statue of King Edward VII. erected in India. ...

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  12. STRIKE IN ROME.

    The Compositons' Union at Rome have advised all who struck in sympathy with them to resume work and leave them to fight their own battle. ...

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  13. KING OF SERVIA.

    The police at Belgrade have discovered the existence of a plot having for its object the assassination to-morrow of King Alexander of Servia. ...

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  14. PROHIBITION REFERENDUM IN KANSAS.

    The referendum just taken in Kansas, U.S.A., in the matter of the liquor traffic has resulted in an unprecedented overwhelming majority of votes in ...

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  15. OBITUARY.

    The death took place at Peking yesterday of General Yung-lu, an official who was deep in the confidence of the Dowager-Empress. He was a ...

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  16. A PRISONER'S STATEMENT.

    John Whacker appeared in the Perth court yesterday, charged with having created a disturbance. Constable Kootseveldt said that the ...

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  17. STRIKE IN HOLLAND.

    The Upper House of the Netherlands States-General are passing the Anti-Strike Bill as rapidly as possible. The leaders of the great strike, fearing that ...

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  18. AMERICAN CUP.

    According to a Reuter's message two attempts have been made recently to burn down Messrs. Herreshoff's shed at New York and with it the Reliance ...

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  19. DEATH OF STCHERBINA.

    M. Stcherbina, the Russian Consul at Mitrovitza, who was shot by an Albanian soldier in the recent attack on that town, has died to his wound. ...

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  20. LOSS OF THE STEAMER BAMBARA.

    It has now been ascertained beyond doubt that it was the French steamer Bambara, laden with explosives, which blew up off Cette, on the Gulf of ...

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  21. RUSSIAN WAR MINISTER.

    General Kouropatkine, the Russian Minister for War, is starting on a tour to the Far East. He will go Port Arthur first, and will then spend some ...

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  22. ATTACK OF FRAJANA.

    An army of 5000 rebels made a determined attack on Frajana a day or two ago. Rushing down the valley they assaulted the stronghold with great ...

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  23. TREASURY APPOINTMENT.

    Mr. Arthur Elliott, M.P. for Durham, has been appointed Financial Secretary to the Treasury in place of Mr. Hayes Fisher, resigned. ...

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  24. A WOMAN'S SUICIDE.

    An inquest was held in the Adelaide Hospital yesterday into the death, of Annie Gardiner, 24 years of age, wife of Geo. Gardiner, licensee of the ...

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  25. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    A man named Henry Jones was arrested in Perth to-day charged with having indecently dealt with a girl under the age of 13 years. The child ...

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  26. RUSSIA IN MANCHURIA.

    Japanese public opinion is much excited over the way in which Russia has systematically broken her definite promises to evacuate Manchuria, and the ...

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  27. ANTI-TRUST LEGISLATION IN AMERICA.

    Mr. G. W. Smalley, the "Times" correspondent at New York," states that the judgment given in the U.S. Court of Appeal at St. Paul, Minnesota ...

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  28. REBELLION IN HAYTI.

    Advices from Hayti state that there evolutionary gunboat Indpendencia helped the insurgents holding the capital Santo Donigo in their defence of ...

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  29. COLOMBIAN VOLCANO.

    The village of Tioji, near the bay of Galera de Zamba, on the north-west coast of Colombia, was yesterday destroyed by the eruption of a ...

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  30. TRADE AND FINANCE.

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  31. JAPANESE FLEET.

    The Mikado reviewed a splendid fleet of 69 Japanese warships at Nagasaki yesterday. ...

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  32. FIRE AT LEEDERVILLE.

    A three-roomed house at Leederville was burnt to the ground last night, the occupant, a man named Searing, having a narrow escape. Searing only sold ...

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  33. FRENCH PRESIDENT AT ALGIERS.

    As there is some difficulty in the way of a fleet from Malta proceeding to Algiers, King Edward has directed that a division of the Channel fleet shall ...

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  34. DAIRYING IN AUSTRALIA.

    In a memorandum which Mr. R. Crow, of the Agricultural Department, has submitted to the directors, he reflects upon the statements made by ...

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  35. RIOTING IN TRINIDAD.

    Affairs in Trinidad do not appear to have become so settled as reported a couple of days ago. The rioters attempted to blow up a ...

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  36. CANNINGTON SHOOTING AFFAIR.

    Patrick Griffin appeared on remand at the Perth court on Saturday, charged with attempting to kill James Fawkner at Cannington on April 7, by ...

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  37. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Colonel Stuart, who recently retired from the active military forces, and Mrs. Sturart left in the R.M.S. Rhein on Saturday on a visit to Europe. ...

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  38. MOROCCO REBELLION.

    Several German newspapers are claiming that Germany is entitled to territorial expansion in Morocco should the present rebellion there result in a ...

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  39. CONSOLS.

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  40. THE ANATOLIAN RAILWAY.

    Advices from Berlin state that the number of members of the international (French and German) committee of control of the Anatolian ...

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  41. THE CASTLES SISTERS.

    The Misses Amy and Dolly Castles have returned to Paris. Both are well, and have resumed their musical studies under M. Bouhy. He ...

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  42. DISCOUNT RATE.

    The bank rate of discount for three months' bills has been fixed at 3½ per cent., as against 3 5-16 per cent. a couple of days ago. ...

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  43. EMBEZZLEMENT FROM A FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

    In passing sentence on Richard Smell grove for the larceny as a servant £425, belonging to the Ancient Order of Foresters at Fremantle, Mr. ...

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  44. DEATH OF A SOLICITOR.

    Mr. R. J. Hewitt, solicitor, of Northam, was discovered dead in bed on Good Friday. Mrs. Hewitt was absent from home on a holiday at the ...

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  45. MR. AND MRS. CHAMBERLAIN.

    A cablegram from Danvers, Massachusetts, says it is reported there that at the end of the summer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain will pay a ...

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  46. FREE BREAKFAST TABLE.

    A deputation representing the Co-operative Congress waited yesterday on Mr. C. T. Ritchie, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and asked for a ...

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  47. AUSTRALASIAN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 277 words
  48. MONGOLIAN EXCLUSION.

    In spite of the veto placed by the Dominion Parliament on its previous attempts to exclude Asiatics, the Parliament on its previous attempts to exclude Asiatics, the Parliament of British Columbia has ...

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  49. VICTORIA.

    At Korumburra on Sunday J. S. Mitchell, fruiterier, was arrested on a charge of criminal assault on a girl of 13 years. The girl was employed by ...

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  50. ASSAULT AND ROBBERY.

    Mrs. Morris, a resident of Mangere, in the Auckland district, 80 years of age, was found unconscious in her house to-day with severe wounds on ...

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  51. MARKETS AND PRICES.

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  52. POCKET PICKING IN PERTH.

    A man named John Lynch, whilst walking in the city on Saturday, had his pocket picket of £38. He at once placed himself in communication with ...

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  53. "THE TICKET OF LEAVE MAN."

    To-night, at the Mechanics' Institute, Boulder, the Austral Dramatic Co. will reproduce tom Taylor's exciting drama, "The Ticket of Leave ...

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  54. SILVER.

    Standard silver is quoted at 22 13-16d per ounce. ...

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  55. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Arrivals: Whakatane, Friedrich der Grosse, Jumna, Derwent. Departures: Tellus, Salamis, Ripingham Grange, for Sydney; Colbert ...

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  56. MARKET STATISTICS.

    The lead imports for last month were 19887 tons, of which 5088 came from Australia, and the exports were 3719 tons. ...

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  57. LABOR DIFFICULTY AT COLLIE.

    Owing to the refusal of the men employed in the Collie Proprietary coal mine to return to work, the owners have decided to advertise for fresh men ...

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  58. Advertising

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  59. Advertising

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  60. Advertising

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