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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Friday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-31 00:56 Mi Aithui Morrison, ineinhor of tho llon«o of
Rcpicseulatives for Caversham is dead
Jhrco children named Edwnids havo bren binned
to (leatli in a Uro which destroyed Ilion parents' re-
sidence nein AVuiptiwu
Tho Noithorn stiwmilleis btiy that tim removal of
tho Commenwealth dutv on butler bo\ timber will
not lomovo tho necessity for tho f-iovcmoi ni
Connell imposing an e\noil dut} on logs, us inithoi
îHcd li} Pin hann ut
-«-..
AVELLÏNGTON, Friday.
Mr. Arthur Morrison, member of the House of
Representatives for Caversham, is dead.
Three children named Edwards have been burned
to death in a fire which destroyed their parents' re-
sidence near Waipawa.
The Northern sawmillers say that the removal of
the Commonwealth duty on butter-box timber will
not remove the necessity for the Governor in
Council imposing an export duty on logs, as author-
ised by Parliament.

WELLINGTON, Friday.
APOLOGY OF THE ''DAILY NEWS." LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-31 00:52 APOLOGY OF TUE ''DAILY NEWS."
The "Daily Neus' SIIJB that the Gciman
Government has boen driven to take an un
usual course Ihut Goiornment is conscious
the opinion of the parukcrs in i powerfully
and angrily expresse I agitation which lins
doubtless been conducted willi some injustice
to the British Army
APOLOGY OF THE " DAILY NEWS."
The " Daily News " says that the German
Government has been driven to take an un-
usual course. That Government is conscious
the opinion of the partakers in a powerfully
and angrily expressed agitation which has
doubtless been conducted with some injustice
to the British Army.
WARNING BY THE " STANDARD." LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-31 00:50 "WARNING BY THE " STAND ARD.'/
Chronicle " wurn Gormany of the danger of
tolerating unlicensed abuse of Great Britain,
WARNING BY THE " STANDARD."
Chronicle " warn Germany of the danger of
tolerating unlicensed abuse of Great Britain.
THE KING. LONDON, Nov. 21. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-31 00:49 Dr. Traves, P.R.C.S., speaking nfc London,
been better thnn it was at present.
Dr. Treves, F.R.C.S., speaking at London,
been better than it was at present.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-31 00:48 I SOUTH AUSTRALIA. |
In tho Assembly )csteiday tho Pinnaroo Kalina)
Rill was read a second limo and taken into com-
mittee Progiess wa« reported on rlauso J Tho
Outer Harbour and Cio« u Lands Rill was debated»
but no decision waa talon Ik Homo adjourned
at 10 p m uutd iuesday.
'"ADELAIDE, Friday.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
In the Assembly yesterday the Pinnaroo Railway
Bill was read a second time and taken into com-
mittee. Progress was reported on clause 2. The
Outer Harbour and Crown Lands Bill was debated,
but no decision was taken. The House adjourned
at 10 p.m. until Tuesday.
ADELAIDE, Friday.
UNITED FREE CHURCH. LONDON, Nov. 21. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-31 00:45 Professoi Marcus Dods, D D , ig tho Mode
nitor elect of%the United Fice Church
Professor the Roi Marcus Dods D D , xiasborn
in 18.il at Biltonl Noithumbeilaiid, and is tho
youngest son of the Rov Murous Dods of the Scotch
Chuich, Belfoid Ho lins tduuitcd at tho Edinburgh
Academy and Ulm orsity, ii hero ho took lus M A
degroo m 18dt Aflu foin ) eais' curriculum in the
Theological I riiimug College of the Freo Chinchín
Eduibuigh ho waa in l8 iS licensed to pi each Six
xeiiis latoi bonus ordained on miumtoi of Renfield
irco Chinch, Glasgow, xvhoro ho remained until
ippointcd Professor of Now Testament I xogesm in
tho Now College, Ldmliurgh Frulcssor Dods is a
theological xiritor ot noto
Professor Marcus Dods, D.D., is the Mode-
rator elect of the United Free Church.
Professor the Rev. Marcus Dods, D.D., was born
in 1834 at Belford, Northumberland, and is the
youngest son of the Rev. Marcus Dods, of the Scotch
Church, Belford. He was educated at the Edinburgh
Academy and University, where he took his M.A.
degree in 1854. After four years' curriculum in the
Theological Training College of the Free Church in
Edinburgh he was in 1858 licensed to preach. Six
years later he was ordained as ministor of Renfield
Free Church, Glasgow, where he remained until
appointed Professor of New Testament Exegesis in
the New College, Edinburgh. Professor Dods is a
theological writer of note.
THE PLAGUE. LONDON, Nov. 21. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-24 01:43 Pivo hundred deaths' from plugue have
occurred at Moscow, Odessa, and Kiefl"

Five hundred deaths from plague have
occurred at Moscow, Odessa, and Kieff

FRENCH RELIGIOUS ORDERS. LONDON, Nov. 21. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-24 01:42 The populnee of Lisbon, the capital of
Portugal, stoned Iß members of the French
religious orders, who thereupon ro-embarked
The populace of Lisbon, the capital of
Portugal, stoned 16 members of the French
religious orders, who thereupon re-embarked
A BRITISH SYNDICATE. DEVELOPING CANADIAN RESOURCES. LONDON, Nov. 21. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-24 01:41 Sir Christopher Furness, M.P., the head of tho
with a capital of £25,000,1)00, for the purpose
manufacture, nnd the railways and the steam-
Sir Christopher Furness, M.P., the head of the
with a capital of £25,000,000, for the purpose
manufacture, and the railways and the steam-
THE GALWAY ELECTION. A NATIONALIST VICTORY. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-24 01:39 the Hon. M. H. K. Morris, to the peerage on
return of Colonel Lyuch (Nationalist), an ox>
oiuccr of the Boers, by 774. votes over the
Hon.'H. C. Plunkett (Unionist). The polling
was :
Colonel Lynch (Nationalist), T2.7,
Tho Hon. H. C. Plunkett (Unionist), 473.
Tho Hon.' TI. C. Plunkett is Vico-Piesident of the
Board of Agricultuio in Ireland. His defeat at the
last guucral election for Dublin County South was
due to the same cause as that to whichhis present
dofcot is attributed. The polling for Galway City
at the lastgeneral election was :-The Hon. M, H. P.
Morris (Conservative), 881 ; Mr. E. Loamy
the Hon. M. H. F. Morris, to the peerage on
return of Colonel Lynch (Nationalist), an ex-
officer of the Boers, by 774 votes over the
Hon. H. C. Plunkett (Unionist). The polling
was :—
Colonel Lynch (Nationalist), 1247.
The Hon. H. C. Plunkett (Unionist), 473.
The Hon. H. C. Plunkett is Vice-President of the
Board of Agriculture in Ireland. His defeat at the
last general election for Dublin County South was
due to the same cause as that to which his present
defeat is attributed. The polling for Galway City
at the last general election was :—The Hon. M. H. F.
Morris (Conservative), 881 ; Mr. E. Leamy

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