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  2. THE NEAR EAST.

    Extraordinary unrest prevails over all parts of Macedonia. Major Niazi Bey and many other officers, all belonging to the "Young ...

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  3. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET.

    The Lancashire Cricket Club has initiated a movement to secure another meeting of the advisory county committee of the Marylebone ...

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  4. MEDICAL BIGAMIST.

    A medical man named Walker was arrested this morning in Huddersfield on the charge of having contracted bigamous marriages with ...

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  5. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    The Premier has again telegraphed to the Prime Minister, asking what funds will be available for the purpose of the celebration of the ...

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  6. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The "Times," in a leading article this morning, strongly deprecates a current opinion that the House of Lords ought either to reject or to ...

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  7. GOVERNOR-GENERAL AT MILDURA.

    The Governor-General was entertained at a smoke concert at Mildura on Thursday night. His Excellency said that the question of ...

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  8. "THE ROBB MILLIONS."

    In the Supreme Court an action commenced by Mrs. Margaret Sarah Muirhead, of Mount Lofty, South Australia, daughter of the late ...

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  9. COLONIAL CASES.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has refused an application for special leave to appeal in the New Zealand cases of Reardon ...

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  10. SYDNEY PREPARATIONS.

    At to-day's meeting of the Citizens' Committee in connection with the welcome to the American fleet some straight talking was done by ...

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  11. IMPERIAL SECRETARIAT.

    Addressing the Liberal Colonial Club last night. Mr. Harold Tennant, M.P. for Berwickshire, hoped that, under the wise guidance of ...

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  12. JAPAN IN KOREA.

    Between the 26th aud the 30th of last month the Japanese troops in Korea had about a hundred encounters with the Korean insurgents, of ...

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  13. TURKISH GENERAL.

    Yesterday an Albanian shot and bounded in the neck a Turkish officer, General Sadik Paeba, aboard the Messageries Maritimes steamer ...

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  14. BRISBANE MOTORISTS.

    A proposal is on foot that the motorists of Brisbane should form a party to proceed overland to Sydney, arriving there just prior ...

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  15. M.C.C. AND COUNTIES.

    Mr. W. E. Denison, who represents Nottinghamshire on the advisory committee of the M.C.C, affirms that, as the result of his ...

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  16. IMPERIAL PRESS CONFERENCE.

    Many newspapers warmly support a project to hold an Imperial Press Conference, and a committee has been formed to invite to it leading ...

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  17. FIJIAN NATIVE LANDS.

    In the House of Lords last night the Colonial Secretary, Lord Crewe, replied to a question put by Lord Stanmore about the tenure of ...

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  18. THEFT OF A PICTURE.

    Three months ago a picture entitled "Surry Hills," by W. B. Leuder, belonging to the city, and valued at £600, was mysteriously ...

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  19. SPY FOR THE SULTAN.

    At Salonika yesterday a Turkish officer killed a Turkish regimental chaplain who has acted as a spy for the Yildiz Kiosk in connection ...

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  20. LAWN TENNIS.

    The following matches will be played today, commencing at 2 p.m.:—Kalgoorlie "A" v. Boulder "B," at Boulder; Kalgoorlie ...

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  21. TURKEY AND THE TRIPLICE.

    The St. Petersburg "Novoe Vremya," says that the Sultan, fearing that Britain is aiming at the destruction of the Ottoman Empire, ...

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  22. AMERICAN FLEET.

    The American battleship fleet under the command of Admiral Sperry has been sighted off Molokai, one of the Sandwich Islands. ...

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  23. CANON NASH'S INCUMBENCY.

    The board of nomination for the selection of a clerk in full orders to fill the vacant incumbency of Christ Church, Geelong met in the ...

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  24. OLYMPIC GAMES.

    The final for the 400 metre swimming race at the Olympic games took place this morning, when H. Taylor, of England, beat ...

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  25. THE MELBOURNE MYSTERY.

    The coroner (Dr. Cole), opened an enquiry to-day into the deaths of Charles Alfred Groves and Mary Walkington, the victims of the ...

    Article : 126 words
  26. SAN FRANCISCO GRAFT.

    A Greek named Claudiano has confessed to the San Francisco police that he was promised a reward of £1000 if he would dynamite the ...

    Article : 136 words
  27. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES.

    The case of James Sherwood, otherwise, known as John Weddes, again ah Mathea, of Burtville, was concluded to-day. Damages were ...

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  28. BRITISH NAVY.

    The "Daily Express" learns upon good authority that the Government has purchased the three Dreadnought battleships now building in ...

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  29. TEN MILE WALK.

    The heats for the ten miles walking contest were brought off in the Stadium this morning. H. E. Kerr, of , New Zealand, was beaten in his ...

    Article : 61 words
  30. U.S. PRESIDENCY.

    A recent cablegram announced that the Federation of Labour in the United States, which is said to control two million votes, had ...

    Article : 115 words
  31. SHOPKEEPERS' EMPLOYEES.

    In a case of petty theft, in which Mr. Roe was called upon to adjudicate at the police court to-day, he stated that from his experience ...

    Article : 116 words
  32. ANTICIPATION OF FUN.

    A rumour of much alarm for Melbourne housewives is being circulated. There is said to be reason for the belief that, domestic servants are ...

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  33. CANADIAN COMMONS.

    The Dominion House of Commons has voted a sum of 15,000 dollars, about £3000, towards the expenses of Canadian athletes taking part in ...

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  34. TYPHOON AT MANILA.

    A pleasure launch left Manila yesterday bound for Corregidor at the entrance to the harbour. On the way a typhoon struck her and she ...

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  35. CYCLING.

    A committee meeting of the Boulder Cycling Club was held at the Shamrock Hotel last evening for the purpose of electing officials for ...

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  36. DIAMOND MANUFACTURER.

    Madame Lemoine has obtained from a Paris Court a divorce from her husband, the absconded French engineer who obtained large sums ...

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  37. LACROSSE.

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  38. LAY READER'S MORALITY.

    At the St. Kilda, Court to-day a young woman named Ada Elizabeth Davies, charged John George Robson, of Foster, with having left her ...

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  39. BRITISH NAVAL MANOEUVRES.

    A mimic fight is in progress between two squadrons of British warships, totalling between them 321 vessels, the one seeking to ...

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  40. AUSTRALIA AND SOUTH AFRICA.

    In the Legislative Assembly of Cape Colony yesterday Dr. Viljoen gave notice of his intention to move a resolution declaring that the ...

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  41. THE BRAYBROOK DISASTER.

    The charges of manslaughter in connection with the Sunshine disaster were mentioned in the Criminal Court to-day, when Mr. Corr asked ...

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  42. RAILWAY MEN'S CLAIMS.

    Yesterday the master of the rolls heard and granted an application made by the signalmen on the London and Great Western Railway for ...

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  43. BROKEN HILL TRANSACTIONS.

    In respect to the complaint of W. J. Hogan, of the non-notification of the receipt of £10,000 by the South Broken Hill Company from ...

    Article : 115 words
  44. DESTRUCTIVE KANGAROO.

    The graziers in the Strathford district are asking for a permit for month for the purpose of destroying kangaroo. At present their ...

    Article : 86 words
  45. ROSYTH DOCKYARD.

    The "Daily Chronicle" stated yesterday the Government had decided for naval reasons alone to abandon the Rosyth dockyard scheme, naval ...

    Article : 54 words
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  47. DETONATOR EXPLOSION.

    A Customs officer at Boston was trying yesterday to open with an axe a box of detonating caps landed from the Hamburg-American ...

    Article : 64 words
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