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  2. EMPIRE DAY. CELEBRATIONS IN BRITAIN.

    Six thousand schools in Great Britain alone kept up Empire Day. The Australian National Anthem was included in the musical programme. ...

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  3. VIEWS OF LEADING CITIZENS.

    Most of our leading citizens had something to say to-day regarding the "day we celebrate." Sir John Madden, as everyone knows, is a strong Imperialist, and he ...

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  4. COURSING.

    The coursing season was inaugurated yesterday afternoon at the Echuca Plumpton. The weather was fine, and the attendance moderate. The ground was hard. Results:— ...

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  5. AT CASTLEMAINE.

    The local celebration of Empire Day was a great success. Banting was displayed from all the business places and Government offices. At 11.30 the children of the North ...

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  6. BARONESSES COMMUT SUICIDE.

    From Klagenfurt, in Austria, a remarkable tragedy is reported. Three sisters, the Baronesses Zinu von Zinnenburg, the last survivors of a very old family, lived in ...

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  7. CELEBRATION IN BENDIGO.

    Yesterday was Empire Day, and was [?] tingly observed in Bendigo. It is hardly necessary to explain that the date—24th May—was that of the birth of the late Queen ...

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  8. SPORTING.

    The Kyneton races will take place tomorrow. A mixed train will leave Bendigo at 9.30 a.m., and Castlemaine at 10.30 a.m. FOOTBALL. ...

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  9. SERVICE AT ST. PAULS.

    At a quarter to 5 o'clock this afternoon a religious service was held in St. Paul's Cathedral as part of the Empire Day celebrations. There was a large and ...

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  11. OLD LADY'S SLEEP-WALK.

    As a policeman was passing along Fairhazel Gardens, West Hampstead, in the small hours of the morning, he saw a lady in night attire rapidly raise a window at No. 4 ...

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  12. EAGLEHAWK.

    Last evening a pleasant social, under the auspices of the Eaglehawk Five Brigade, was held at the fire station. Mr. T. Turnbull acted as M.C., and the music was supplied ...

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  13. CHILDREN'S DEMONSTRATION.

    The day's celebrations were brought to a conclusion by a monste[?] children's demonstration in the Town Hall to-night. The hall was crowded with an audience [?] ...

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  14. WOES OF MATCHMAKERS.

    Ten years ago there were forty firms engaged in the English matchmaking business. At the present time there are only nine. The managing director of the well-known match. ...

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  15. IN THE COUNTRY.

    CHEWTON, 24th May.—Empire Day was loyally celebrated at Chowton State School, The Board of Advice entertained the children by providing them with amusements ...

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  16. INTER-STATE TELEGRAMS ACTION AGAINST A TRADES UNION.

    The trial of the trades union case, Hoggiversus the Brisbane Shipwrights Provident Union was brought to a close in the Supreme Court this afternoon. when, after exhaustive ...

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  17. EAGLEHAWK CELEBRATIONS.

    Empire Day was celebrated in a comparatively quiet, yet joyful, way at Eaglehawk, and the thousand bright and happylooking children who took part in the ...

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  18. END OF A TRAGIC LIFE.

    A crime of 43 years ago was recalled by an inquest in London oh Ferdinand Muller, who was found dead in an outhouse. His brother was the murderer of a man named ...

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  19. £6/4/ A MINUTE.

    Following the expulsion of "The Times" correspondent, the authorities at St. Petersburg have now confiscated the Russian "Whitaker" because it contains a table of ...

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  20. GIRL CHARGED WITH MURDER.

    In the Supreme Court at Townsville to-day. Ruly Vickery, aged 15. was charged with the murder of her infant —, John Ida Brook, at Bowen, on 23rd February. Medical ...

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  22. THE SLATTERY CASE.

    In the Full Court to-day. Mr. Walsh (Prothonotory) reported that Thomas Michael Slattery, one of the solicitors on the rolls of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, ...

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  23. AT KANGAROO FLAT.

    At the Kangaroo Flat State School, the programme arranged for the day by the Education department was carried out by the head teacher, Mr. Williams, bat owing to ...

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  24. CELEBRATIONS IN MELBOURNE.

    Though no public holiday had been declared, and the great majority of our citizens were consequently at work, the city to-day presented a gala appearance. Flags ...

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  25. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    There was a dramatic episode in the remarkable criminal trial at Perugia to-day. in which Lieutenant Modugno is charged with having murdered his wife after ...

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  26. THE LEVEE.

    The attendants at the levee held by his Excellency the State Governor in the State Parliamentary Buildings facing Rathdownstreet. Carlton, was well attended. His ...

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  27. ADELAIDE DEMONSTRATIONS

    A Royal salute was fired by the Garrison Artillery at noon to-day, and in various ways the celebration of Empire Day was heartily carried out. Queen Victoria's statue was ...

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  28. FIGHT FOR TWENTY MILLIONS.

    Twenty million pounds is the sum involved, says a Philadelphia telegram to the Paris "Herald," in a contest which will shortly begin between Mrs Anna Walker, of ...

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  29. THE SYDNEY CELEBRATIONS.

    The celebration of Empire Day was favored by delightful weather. Numerous flags are flying thoughout the city, and in the harber many fine displays are made by the war. ...

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  30. CONGRATULATORY CABLEGRAM.

    The Earl of Meath. who has been largely instrumental in bringing about the general observance of Empire Day. forwarded to the Stale Premier to-day the following ...

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  31. BLOWN THROUGH A RIVER.

    While 22 men were working in the [?] East River tunnel this morning a remarkable incident occurred. Richard Creegan, a workman, was blown by compressed aid [?] ...

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