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  • [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received January 11, 1 a.m] HOPEFUL SIGNS. NEARING THE END. LORD MILNER'S VIEWS. SITUATION STEADILY IMPROVING. London, January 10.

    Lord George Hamilton, Secretary of State for India, speaking yesterday at Ealing, stated that the Government's news with regard to the war was eminently ... [Article] (280 words)
  • COMPENSATION TO GERMANS. GERMAN ANGLOPHOBIA. "UNITED SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLIC." London, January 9.

    The compensation granted by Great Britain to Germans who were deported from South Africa, more than covered the material claims made, leaving something for ... [Article] (245 words)
  • PLOT IN JOHANNESBURG. SIXTY ARRESTS. London, January 10.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" correspondent reports the discovery of a plot at Johannesburg, hatched in December by some 300 foreigners, acting in conjunction with ... [Article] (128 words)
  • AUSTRALASIAN CASUALTIES. ANOTHER MISSING GUN RECOVERED. London, January 10.

    Private J. Conally has been accidentally killed at Naanwport. Lieutenant P. J. Bell, Private Dillon, and all the Victorian Mounted Infantry were ... [Article] (188 words)
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  • [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received January 11, 1 a.m.] FINANCIAL NEWS. BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. London, January 10.

    The returns of the Bank of England for the week ending on Wednesday, published to-day, show that the reserve of notes and coin held by the bank is £21,625,000, as ... [Article] (272 words)
  • MINING SHARES.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (34 words)
  • GOVERNMENT STOCKS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (153 words)
  • THE MONEY MARKET.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (28 words)
  • THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (16 words)
  • COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (246 words)
  • BOWEL COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN.

    During the summer months children are subject to disorder of the bowels, and should receive the most careful attention. As soon as any looseness of the bowels is ... [Article] (90 words)
  • [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received January 11, 1 a.m.] CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. London, January 10.

    The Canadian Manufacturers' Association have requested Sir Wilfrid Laurier to invite Mr. Barton to visit Canada on his return from the Coronation in June. They ... [Article] (58 words)
  • SMOKELESS POWDER. CORDITE ABANDONED. London, January 10.

    The departmental committee, which has been considering the relative merits of various smokeless powders, has recommended the disuse of cordite, a compound ... [Article] (87 words)
  • CHINESE AFFAIRS. A MILITARY SCAPEGOAT. London, January 10.

    It is reported that General Kansu, in pursuance of the orders of the Chinese Court, has arrested General Tung-fu[?] Siang, leader of the Boxers. He has ... [Article] (74 words)
  • THE LILLY WHITE CASE. London, January 9.

    A substantial grant has been made by the Government to Mr. Charles Lillywhite, of New Zealand, in view of the hardships he suffered as the result of a blunder ... [Article] (64 words)
  • SHIPPING. London, January 10. ARRIVALS.

    Diomed, steamer, 4,672 tons, at Liverpool, from Brisbane November 3. L[?]itrim, steamer, 4,284 tons, at London, from Sydney. November 4. ... [Article] (97 words)
  • NORTHERN TERRITORY. PORT DARWIN, January 10.

    The proposal to establish freezing works on the Victoria River is ridiculed locally. There are no cattle to keep the works going, and the locality is said to be ... [Article] (131 words)
  • A MAILMAN MISSING.

    Fears are entertained as to the safety of Mr. Stibes, who conveys the mails from Powell's Creek to Anthony's Lagoon. He was due at the latter place on December ... [Article] (48 words)
  • [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received January 11, 1 a.m.] CHILI AND ARGENTINA. THE DISPUTED TERRITORY. London, January 9.

    Sir Thomas H. Holdich, an eminent military surveyor and authority on geographical subjects, will visit Chili and Argentina on behalf of the British Arbitration ... [Article] (66 words)
  • THE PRINCESS OF WALES. PATRONISING BRITISH TRADE. London, January 9.

    The Princess of Wales has announced that it is her intention, as far as possible, to wear dresses of British make and British material only. ... [Article] (39 words)
  • ENGLAND AND GERMANY. COUNT VON BULOW'S SPEECH. BRITISH CRITICISM. GERMANS EXULTANT. London, January 9.

    Every newspaper in England, excepting journals belonging to the anti-Chamberlain group, condemns Count von Bulow for the speech he delivered in the German ... [Article] (142 words)
  • THE PERSIAN GULF. SULTAN APPREHENSIVE. RAILWAY EXTENSION. London, January 9.

    It is stated that the Sultan of Turkey, being apprehensive as to the future of Koweyt Bay, on the Persian Gulf, is expediting the negotiations for the extension ... [Article] (52 words)
  • NICARAGUAN CANAL BILL London, January 10.

    The Bill embodying the treaty between America and Great Britain with regard to the construction of the Nicaraguan Canal by the United States has passed its final ... [Article] (47 words)
  • VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 10.

    At a meeting of the Women's Hospital Committee to-day it was decided to write to Mr. R. Murchison, the president of the Melbourne Cricket Club, with the object of ... [Article] (241 words)
  • TWO GIRLS FOUND DEAD.

    After a two days' search the dead bodies of the two girls, Elizabeth Davis, aged 13, and Effie Hill, aged 10, who were reported missing at Sebastopol, have been ... [Article] (86 words)
  • THE ELSTERNWICK FATAL FIGHT.

    At an inquest to-day concerning the death of a blacksmih, J. H. Chegwidden, alleged to have been caused by injuries received in a fight with another man, Robert ... [Article] (60 words)
  • A YOUTHFUL DESPERADO.

    At Bendigo, Samuel Hanke, aged 18, acknowledged at the Police Court to-day that, having armed himself with a revolver, he bailed up a Chinaman in the latter's store ... [Article] (68 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 10.

    Mr. Kidd, Minister for Mines and Agriculture, will attend the conference of State Ministers for Agriculture, to be opened at Hobart on January 30. The conference is ... [Article] (45 words)
  • THE GOVERNORSHIP.

    The State Premier to-day received a cable message from the Agent-General to the effect that the Secretary of State for the Colonies was doi[?] he could in ... [Article] (55 words)
  • THE UNEMPLOYED.

    The Labor Commissioners report that up to December 31, 1901, the total number of men registered since September 1, 1900, was 11,371, exclusive of those whose names have ... [Article] (64 words)
  • A SERIOUS ASSAULT.

    Gerald La Touche, aged 36, one of the members of the Victorian quota of the Federal Contingent, was found this morning lying on City-road, South Melbourne, ... [Article] (63 words)
  • WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, January 10.

    The R.M.S. Oruba did not reach Fremantle until 3.30 this afternoon, having been delayed by heavy weather, experienced during the last two days. On board ... [Article] (46 words)
  • THE POLITICAL POSITION.

    Political matters are now quiet, although seething below the surface. It is not expected that there will be any developments until next week. The ... [Article] (158 words)
  • A ROMANCE AT SEA.

    A peculiar romance is related by the passengers of the R.M.S. Oruba. Among the third-class passengers were a married couple, but the husband left the boat at ... [Article] (145 words)
  • A COASTAL VESSEL FOUNDERS.

    A telegram received at Fremantle tonight announces that the coastal trader Two Sons foundered in Sharks Bay yesterday, but no one was drowned. ... [Article] (28 words)
  • THE CONTINGENT. THE VICTORIAN QUOTA. Melbourne, January 10.

    The Victorian quota of the Federal Contingent comprises 15 officers (all of whom have seen service in South Africa), 278 returned soldiers, 42 men from the Defence ... [Article] (124 words)
  • THE SYDNEY BATTALION. Sydney, January 10.

    Matters in connection with the Australian contingent are proceeding very slowly. Only 12 men were passed by the doctors to-day, and everything, points to a rush at ... [Article] (104 words)
  • TASMANIA. HOBART, January 10.

    The Federal Select Committee, enquiring into the possibilities and necessities of improved steamship communication between Tasmania and the mainland, commenced ... [Article] (112 words)
  • THE SCIENCE CONGRESS.

    Twenty-seven papers were read at the Science Congress to-day. During the afternoon die members of the congress were entertained at a garden party at the ... [Article] (41 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, January 10.

    The difficulty in regard to the command of the Eighth Contingent has been cleared away. Colonel Davies has accepted the position. ... [Article] (27 words)
  • A DARING OPERATION. Horsham, January 9.

    Dr. R. H. Ritchie, of Horsham, has performed an operation at the Horsham Hospital, so far completely successful, under original and interesting circumstances. ... [Article] (357 words)
  • A SERIOUS CHARGE. ASSAULTING A BLACK GIRL. THE OFFENDER ARRESTED.

    On November 8 last M.C. Johnson, of Arltunga, telegraphed to the Commissioner of Police brief particulars of a most serious case of criminal assault on a black girl ... [Article] (340 words)
  • THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL. DEFENDS THE PARLIAMENT. THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. Kalgoorlie, January 10.

    Responding to the toast of his health at a complimentary ba[?]quet tendered by the citizens of Kalgoorlie last night, Lord Hopetoun expressed amazement at the growth ... [Article] (683 words)
  • FEDERAL AFFAIRS. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. Sydney, January 10.

    The State Premier to-day referred to the remarks of Mr. Barton regarding the selection of the Federal capital, in which the Prime Minister stated that the New ... [Article] (130 words)
  • FEDERAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE.

    Mr. Mason, the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Victoria, indignantly denies that there is any trouble regarding the appointment of a housekeeper at the ... [Article] (111 words)
  • THE TOWITTA TRAGEDY. VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. MARY SCHIPPAN IN CUSTODY. INTENSE EXCITEMENT IN THE DISTRICT. SOME STARTLING EVIDENCE. THE CORONER DEEPLY AFFECTED. "I DID NOT DO IT, MOTHER!" (From our Special Representatives.) Towitta, January 10.

    Directly the inquest into the cause of the death of Bertha Schippan was adjourned at 7.45 o'clock on Thursday night, the fatigued jury and still more weary police ... [Article] (958 words)
  • THE INQUEST RESUMED. Towitta, January 10.

    The inquest was resumed at 8 o'clock this morning, and the first witness examined was Corporal Rumball, who had been called on the previous evening, but was unable to ... [Article] (72 words)
  • CORPORAL RUMBALL'S EVIDENCE.

    Corporal Rumball gave a description of the rooms as they appeared when he saw them. He identified a large number of blood-stained articles, ... [Article] (97 words)
  • MARY SCHIPPAN IN THE BOX.

    Mary Augusta Schippan, who was attired in a brown dress, and wore an apron and a black hat, was the next witness. She was composed and collected as she [?]ook ...
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