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  • CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    Sir George Le Hunte and the viceregal party left Broken Hill on Thursday morning by a special train. His Excellency one pressed himself highly gratified with the ...
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  • BOULDER PERSEVERANCE MINE. THE ORE RESERVES. STARTLING REVELATIONS. KALGOORLIE, June 23.

    A profound sensation was caused at Kalgoorlie this morning when it became Known that the exhaustive sampling of the Great Boulder Perseverance ore reserves, Which ... [Article] (456 words)
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  • SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL OFFICERS. EFFECT OF CLASSIFICATION. INCREASES AND DECREASES.

    The federal officers stationed in Adelaide were much exercised in their minds on Wednesday over the classification report, which was laid on the table of the House ... [Article] (1980 words)
  • THE HERGOTT SHOOTING CASE. AFGHAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

    At Port Augusta on Tuesday, before Mr. J. T. Keats, S.M., Shere Klian, of Hergott Springs, cameldriver, was charged, on the information of M.C. lrehand, with having ... [Article] (176 words)
  • THE WEST COAST MURDER. STEVE HART COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

    At Port Augusta on June 22, before Mr. J. T. Keats, S.M., Steve Hart, an aboriginal, was charged, upon the information of Sub-Inspector Clode, with having, about ... [Article] (112 words)
  • A DISPUTE SETTLED, CROWDED OUT OF ARBITRATION COURT. SYDNEY, June 23.

    A mass meeting of the Tramway Employes Union was held on Wednesday night night and to-day to consider certain proposals submitted by the Railway ... [Article] (153 words)
  • AN ARBITRATION ASPECT. LABOURERS' WAGES. SYDNEY, June 23.

    During the hearing of a dispute in the Arbitration Court to-day Mr. W. Stuart, a prominent building contractor, said that although the recognised minimum wage for ... [Article] (107 words)
  • THE WAR. THE HAI-CHENG BATTLE. STACKELBERG'S DESPERATE SITUATION. ENCIRCLED BY FOES. ANOTHER RAID FROM VLADIVOSTOCK. KUROKI'S MOVEMENTS. London, June 23.

    Reuter's special correspondent at Liaoyang confirms the report that a severe battle has been fought in the district between Tashi-chiao-the railway Junction a ... [Article] (140 words)
  • DISCONCERTING JAPANESE STRATEGY. RUSSIAN COMMANDERS OUTWITTED. London, June 23.

    Russian newspaper correspondents who witnessed the military operations in southern Manciuria admit that the Japanese strategists are adepts at planning and ... [Article] (145 words)
  • TERRIBLE RUSSIAN LOSSES. SHARPSHOOTERS PICKING OFF OFFICERS. London, June 23.

    Gen. Kouropatkin, in a despatch to the Minister of War at St. Petersburg, reports that the losses sustained by several Russian raiments engaged in the battle at Teic-sze ... [Article] (192 words)
  • RESERVE OFFICERS SUMMONED. London, June 23.

    The Minister of War at St. Petersburg has summoned all the Muscovite reserve officers in the Warsaw district to prepare for active service, as they will be required ... [Article] (44 words)
  • AMBUSHED BY ARTILLERY. RUSSIANS CAUGHT IN A RAVINE. London, June 23.

    The Daily Mail's representative at Niuckwang reports that on Sunday 8,000 Russians, under the command of Gen. Kondralovitch, were ambushed in the ... [Article] (74 words)
  • FRESH CONFLICT AT HAND. EXPECTED CATASTROPHE. London, June 23.

    The position of Gen. Stackelberg is exciting the utmost concern in St. Petereburg. In view of his own defeat at Tele-sze last week, and of the serious reverse ... [Article] (289 words)
  • AN UNEQUAL STRUGGLE. London, June 23.

    The Standard's special correspondent, telegraphing from the Japanese headquarters, via Fusan, says a large Russian, force in country north of FenG-huang-huan-elleng ... [Article] (85 words)
  • SKRYDLOFF'S TORPEDO BOATS AT WORK. JAPANESE LOSSES. ADMIRAL KAMIURA'S REPORT. London, June 23.

    Admiral Skrydloff, in a message to the Czar from Vladivostok, reports that a division of Russian torpedo boats under Capt. Vinogradsky was designated to the coasts ... [Article] (438 words)
  • USEFUL CAPTURES. London, June 23.

    The Japanese army which landed at Taku-shan reports that combined scouts of cavalry and infantry sent out on the night of the 18th inst, encountered the enemy ... [Article] (71 words)
  • MANCHURIAN BANDITS IN COREA. London, June 23.

    Seoul advices state that a large force of armed Manchurian bandits has entered northern Corea, and is marching to the district of Genson, which was recently ... [Article] (41 words)
  • WRECK OF A BRITISH STEAMER. BOUND FOR PORT ARTHUR WITH COAL. London, June 23.

    A Capetown telegram announces that the British steamer La Porte, 2,448 tons, laden with coal from Cardiff, foundered on Wednesday off Port Noliths as the result of an ... [Article] (107 words)
  • GERMANY AND CHINA. IMPORTANT CONCESSION CLAIMED. JAPAN REGREIFUL. London, June 23.

    The Tokio correspondent of The Standard says that Japanese official circles arc giving considerable attention to the action of Germany in persistently asking China for a ... [Article] (191 words)
  • THE MURDER OF GEN BOBRIKOFF. RUSSIAN POLICE DISCONCERTED. London, June 23.

    Advices from Finland intimate that the Russian police have been prevented by a clever ruse from establishing the, theory that M. Schumann, the Government official ... [Article] (215 words)
  • CHINA'S RULER. SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS. London, June 23.

    The Dowager Empress of China celebrated her seventieth birthday this week. The venerable monarch, signalized the auspicious occasion by granting free ... [Article] (219 words)
  • STATE ITS OWN INSURER. NEW SOUTH WALES SCHEME. SYDNEY, June 23.

    It has been staled that the Treasure; introduced the system of state insurance with a view to cover risks on Government property in the event of damage or ... [Article] (179 words)
  • LEGISLATOR AND MINING INSPECTOR. HOBART, June 22.

    The commission of enquiry concerning the charges made by Mr. J. J. Long member of the House of Assembly, against Mr. C. Curtain (Inspector of Mines), that ... [Article] (98 words)
  • MOROCCO CRISIS. AMERICA'S DETERMINATION. "PERDICARIS ALIVE OR RAISULI DEAD." London, June 23.

    Col. John Hay, Secretary of State at Washington, has forwarded, through Mr. Gummere, the United States Consul-General at Tangier, a despatch to the Sultan of ... [Article] (137 words)
  • TURKISH MISRULE. THE REVOLT IN ARMENIA. London, June 23.

    The Odessa correspondent of Tho Standard telegraphs that, according to trustworthy advices from Tiflis, the rising in Turkish Armenia was wholly engineered by ... [Article] (362 words)
  • NAVAL MILITIA IN CANADA. London, June 23.

    The Canadian Government has definitely decided to adopt the principle of a naval militia as part of the Dominion defence force. ... [Article] (29 words)
  • PATRIOTIC WAR FUND. NEEDY FAMILIES OP SLAIN SOLDIERS. London, June 23.

    The administrators of the Royal Patriotie Fund have issued an appeal for additional assistance for the widows and young children of British soldiers who were killed ... [Article] (74 words)
  • GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, June 23. —A Successful Recital.—

    Madame Antonia Dolores, the popular vocalist, made her reappearance in London on Wednesday night, when she gave a recital in St. James's Hall. The concert ... [Article] (179 words)
  • ENGLISH CRICKET. MIDDLESEX V. SOUTH AFRICA. London, June 23

    In the cricket match at the Crystal Palace between London County and the South African Eleven, the home player scored 272 in their first and 225 in their ... [Article] (59 words)
  • QUEENSLAND'S PROSPECTS. A ROSY OUTLOOK. BRISBANE, June 23.

    In connection with the annual dinner of the Queensland colonists in London the Premier has sent the following message to Sir Horace Tozer:—Drought thoroughly ... [Article] (80 words)
  • SPORT. London, June 23.

    Mr. R. H. Henning'a horses, trained by J. E. Brewer, won three races at the Gatwick Meeting. ... [Article] (22 words)
  • BRITISH POLITICS. THE TOBACCO DUTIES. London, June 23.

    The House of Commons, in Committee of Supply on Wednesday, adopted the Chancellor of the Exchequer's revised duties on tobacco, but the Government's ... [Article] (106 words)
  • KING AND KAISER. NAVAL MANOEUVRES AT KIEL. London, June 23.

    Naval manoeuvres on a large scale have been arranged by the Emperor William in honour ol King. Edward's visit to Kiel. Twelve ironclads. 10 cruisers, and several ... [Article] (186 words)
  • SALVATION ARMY. ROYALTY INTERESTED. KING EDWARD CONVERSES WITH GEN. BOOTH. London, June 23.

    The Court Circular notifies that His Majesty the King on Wednesday received in audience the Rev. William Booth, Commander-in-Chief of the Salvation Army. ... [Article] (187 words)
  • COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, June 23. 4.55 a.m.

    Mining Shares.—On the Stock Exchange Mount Lycils are selling at 15/6. Antwerp Wool Sales.—The next series will be held on June 29. June 30, and July ... [Article] (169 words)
  • THE NEW GUINEA SUICIDE. THE MERRIE ENGLAND AFFRAY. MELBOURNE, June 23.

    The minister for External Attain (Mr. Hughes) received a message last night dated from Port Moresby, New Guiner. It was sent by a steamer from there to ... [Article] (188 words)
  • THE QUEENSLAND CRISIS. PROSPECTS OF DISSOLUTION. BRISBANE, June 23.

    The whole of the discussion in political circles to-day was regarding the likelihood of a dissolution. The Ministry and the Government members generally contended ... [Article] (199 words)
  • POPULATION PROBLEM. DIFFERING VIEWS. INTERESTING DISCUSSION. MELBOURNE, June 23.

    In the House of Representatives this afternoon Mr. Deakin called attention to the cable message in newspapers of a me remarks of Sir Horace Tozer on London. He ... [Article] (818 words)
  • FEDERAL QUARANTINE. CONFERENCE OF COMMONWEALTH OFFICIALS. MELBOURNE, June 22.

    The conference of health officers from the various states, convened by the Minister of Customs for the parpose of formulating a system of federal quarantine and health ... [Article] (350 words)
  • BEVY OF BAD BOYS. HUMOROUS EXPLOITS. BROKEN HILL. June 23.

    Ernest Holzberger, aged 15 years, Thomas George Day (13), and Frank Kerin (11) broke into a shooting gallery on June 12, and secured three pec rifles and 500 cartraders ... [Article] (177 words)

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