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  2. VITAL STATISTICS.

    In our issue of Monday last we publish the vital statistics for the quarters ending 31st March, 1907 and 1908, and in connection with the records of deaths. ...

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  3. INTERNATIONAL CABLES,

    A shocking domestic tragedy was enacted yesterday in New York. Mr. George Sterry, a multi-millionaire, was put to death by his own son. ...

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  4. THE CONDEMNED MAN.

    The fate of John Charles Mantling, who now awaits execution in the Beadigo Gaol for the murder of his wife, funned the subject of considerable discussion in the city ...

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  5. INTERNATIONAL CABLES,

    The debate on the motion for the second reading of the Government's Education Bill was continued yesterday in the House of Commons. ...

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  6. COMMONWEALTH AGRICULTURAL BUREAU.

    Mr. Groom, Federal Attorney-General, has prepared a memorandum of the proposed establishment of a Commonwealth Bureau of Agriculture. This was laid on ...

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  7. INTERNATIONAL CABLES, I

    The Foreign Office announces that King Edward is about to pay a State visit to the Czar. His Majesty will reach Reval in the Royal ...

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  8. SEDITION IN INDIA.

    The correspondent of "The Times" at Vancouver states that a seditions movement in India is being directed, through Van couver. ...

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  9. QUEENSLAND BATSMAN.

    Alan Marshall, the Queensland cricketer, who now plays for Surrey, continues to display fine form. Following up his batting and bowling ...

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  10. A NATIONAL THEATRE.

    Important action was taken to-day at a largely-attended meeting of the Shakespeare Memorial movement. The question of establishing a National ...

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  11. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The third series of wool sales for the present sensor was continued to-day in the Wool Exchange. There was a good attendance of both ...

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  12. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    A collision between two vehicles, fortunately unacecompanied by any serious resules, occurred in Pall Mall last evening about 5.30 o'clock. The traffic near the ...

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  13. THE KING'S COLONIALS.

    Detachments of the King's Colonial Volunteer Corps have been established at Oxford and Cambridge Universities. All the Rhodes scholars and most of the ...

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  14. MOROCCO.

    A sensational incident has occurred at Fez. which indicates the extremet suspicion with which German offieial action is regarded by the French in Morocco, and the general ...

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  15. TRAMWAY MISHAP.

    About 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, while a tramear was rapidly deseending the Ironbark Hill towards Long Gully, the Trolley pole left the wire everhead, and at the ...

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  16. SECOND READING AGREED TO

    In the House of Commons last night the second reading of the Education Bill was agreed to by 370 votes to 205 The minority included 61 Nationalists. ...

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  17. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    An international conference, held under the auspices of the Belgian Government, is meeting at Brussels, to consider the further exploration of the antarctic regions. ...

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  18. BOLD KAILWAY THEFTS.

    A daring railway theft was attempted at Manchester yesterday, and was nearly successful, owing to the simplicity of the method adopted. ...

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  19. PAINTER FALLS FROM A ROOF.

    About 5 o'clock last evening Mr. E. J. Curnow, the well-known planter and house, decorator, was donig some painting on top of a roof in View-street, when he slipped ...

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  20. MADAME MELBA.

    At Covent Garden Theatre last night Madame Melba, who recently returned from a visit to Australia, made a briiliant reentry on the London operatic stage, in ...

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  21. FRANCE AND TURKEY.

    The difficulty between France and Turkey with respect to the Herakha coal mines, near Nova Bazar, in Asia, has been terminated. Last mouth M. Constans, the French ...

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  23. WINCHMAN'S TERRIBLE DEATH.

    Donald M'Nell, a winchman on the steamer Ardova, lost his life in tragic circumstances at Port Piriee to-day. The stemer had just completed loading a ...

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  24. BEAUTIFUL BIRDS,

    A hill has been introduced in the House of Lords by Lord Avebury, the object of which is to cheek the wholesale destruction of birds for the sake of their plumage. The ...

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  25. INDIAN FRONTIER WAR.

    General Sir John Willcocks, who, with two brigades of troops, is operating against the Mohniand.s on the north-west frontier of India, is now starling for the least ...

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  26. THE EMPIRE'S OVERFLOW, I

    The Duke of Argyll, presiding at a meeting in London in aid of the funds of the Central Emigration Board, commended the example of the Commonwealth of Australia ...

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  27. CYCLIST COLLIDE.

    A boy named Claude Odgers, residing at Campheils Creck, was this afternoon cycling towards Custlemaine when he collkled with great force with another cyclist consing in ...

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  28. NOTES FOR TO-DAY.

    [?] compe[?], Royal Princess's [?] 2 p.m. [?] Council, 3.30 p.m. [?] Council, 5.45. ...

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  29. RESOLUTION BY LABOR WOMEN.

    A meeting, consisting for the most part of ladies, was hold at the Trades hall, Melbourne, on Wednesday night, to discuss the advisability of holding a fair in aid of the ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT.

    The shipments of apples by the steamers Telamon and Suevie realised from 5/6 to 11/ per case, the bulk selling at about 7/6. A few Tasmanian (Cox's) brought from 18/6 ...

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  31. THE PREMIER SEEN.

    The Premier, on being seen yesterday, was informed that petitions for the reprieve of Manning were contemplated. "Oh, is that so?" said Sir. Bent, ...

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  32. MINER'S LUCKY ESCAPE.

    One of the employes at the Cumberland dredge, named Joseph Joms, had a marrow esoape from being killed by a fall of earth. He was working near where a large bank ...

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  33. RACING IN ENGLAND.

    Tlie race for the Newmarket Stakes took place to-day at the Xewrnarket Second Spring Meeting. It resulted in. a victory for Mr. W. Raphael's St. Wolf, with ...

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  34. PRICE OF MILK.

    The Dairymen's' Association to-night decided to increase the price of milk by 1st per quart. The price of cream will also be raised at the end of this month. ...

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  35. FAMOUS NAVIGATOR.

    A memorial has been crected at West Coker, a small parish in Somerset, in honor of William Dampier, the famous navigator, who was born there in 1652. ...

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  36. AUCTION SALES.

    [?] hazaar, Hargreaves[?] [?] Wallis and Wallace will [?] of exceptionally good [?] and goldings, also their usual ...

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  37. SHALL WE HANG A MADMAN?

    Under the above heading, last night's "Herald" comments in its editorial co[?] as follows:—"Does the Bem. Ministry seriously intend to hang a madman: The ...

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  38. SLUDGE DIFFICULTY.

    A conference will be held in Ballarat on 22nd June relative to the proposal to form a Sludge Trust amountst the Ballarat district municipalities. The mining ...

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  39. DROWNED IN A MINE.

    Mr. William Gay, aged [?] years, a married man with two children, met his death in a tragic manner this morning. Mr. Gay, who was manager of the Old Jubilee mine, ...

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  40. OBITUARY.

    Mr. John Mitchell, a very old resident of Harcoart, where for marly 50 years he carried on farming and dairying, died in Melbourne on Wednesday, in his 75th year ...

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  41. DISAPPOIMTED BRIDE.

    Ballarat, 21st May. [?] [?]nation was caused [?] circle of a Ballarat [?] lady name. Harriet Dauneey ...

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  42. GENERAL NEWS.

    Mr. J. C. Williamson's American theatrical company, which is to play "Mistress Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," and Miss Margaret Anglin and her company, which ...

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  43. THE WEATHER.

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  44. FATAL TERMTNATION.

    Hedley Bell was employed liftingr barrels yesterday at, St. Kildu, when one of them, slipped and fell upon him. He was taken to the Melbourne Hospital,where ...

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  45. DISPLAY OF FLAGS.

    In the House of Commons yesterday Captain Craig, Conservative member for East Devon, proposed to introduce a bill providing for the display of flag on certain ...

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  46. DEATH UNDER CHLOROFORM.

    A boy, fear year of age, named Leslie Sebley, died under chlorofor at Dr. Forguson's surgery, 51 Collins-street, to-day. The deecased, who had resided with a ...

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  49. SURPRISE IN MELBOURNE.

    The decision of the State Executive Council on Wednesday, confirming the death sentence passed on John Charles Manning for the murder of his wife at Golden-square, ...

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  50. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

    A deputation of the Liberal members of the House of Commons who favor women's suffrage waited on Mr. Asquith, the Prime Minister, yesterday. ...

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  51. SOUTH BULLI TRAGEDY.

    The inquest concerning the death of Thompson Bennett, the driver of the coach which was smashed by coal train on the South Bulli Colliery line, was concluded ...

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