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|AUSTRALASIAN OFFICERS. LONDON, Nov. 23. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:22||Lieutenant F. Cox (of lho Neyy South Wales
Mounted Infantry), Licutonant G. Mooro (of
the Alolorian Mounted Infantry), Lieutenant
G. B. Banks, and Lieutenant M. II. Jones (of
tho (ith NowZeuland'MountcdInfantry) aro
convuloscont and have rosuined duty.
|Lieutenant F. Cox (of the New South Wales
Mounted Infantry), Lieutenant G. Moore (of
the Victorian Mounted Infantry), Lieutenant
G. B. Banks, and Lieutenant M. H. Jones (of
the 6th New Zealand Mounted Infantry) are
convalescent and have resumed duty.
|CAPTURES OF BOERS. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:20||In tho fights at Caledon Rix si, tho J'ongola
Bubb, \ ilhersdoip, and Piet Retief, 12 Boers
w ero captured
I [Hie Caledon River is in the cast of tho Orango
Rtv or Colon) and Villiorsdorn is m the north on the
Vaal Pongola BUBII and Piet Rotief aio tu tho
oxtremo south-cast of the Transvaal ]
. LONDON, Nov. 22.
|In the fights at Caledon River, the Pongola
Bush, Villiersdorp, and Piet Retief, 32 Boers
[The Caledon River is in the east of the Orange
River Colony, and Villiersdorp is in the north on the
Vaal. Pongola Bush and Piet Retief are in the
extreme south-east of the Transvaal.]
LONDON, Nov. 22.
|BOER TREACHERY. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:17||Boers at Leouwkop. Two oE tho Boers, after
surrendering, severely yvounded tyvo of the
British. They yvere handed to the Provost
|Boers at Leouwkop. Two of the Boers, after
surrendering, severely wounded two of the
British. They were handed to the Provost
|SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE ENGLISH MAILS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:16||IhcRMS Australia arrived this uftcinooii Hie
mails for tho eastern Stales vv ere despatched by
special tram this evening
On Satin day morning Messrs Gcoige Wills and
Co cleared the first sailing xv oolslnp this seuson for
London direct It xv_s tho Myilleholme, which ctu
ned in addition to other eatgoes 3)12 hales ot wool
|The R.M.S. Australia arrived this afternoon. The
mails for the eastern States were despatched by
special train this evening.
On Saturday morning Messrs. George Wills and
Co. cleared the first sailing woolship this season for
London direct. It was the Myrtleholme, which car-
ried in addition to other cargoes 3512 bales of wool.
|THE VICTORIAN SOLDIERS. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND SOCIAL REUNION. MELBOURNE, Sunday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:13||I The steamer Aberdeen, winch sails on tuesday for
South Alrica, yy ill toko a load of p lekuges fonvarded
to members of tho Arictonau contingents as Christ-
mas presents fiom ldalnes and fneilds
About 80 members of the Pirst A'lctorian Con-
tingent, yvhich piocoedcd to South Africa m Novem-
ber, 18uil, held a soci ii lcunion on Saturda} instit in
cclebiiitiuu of the anniy crail) oE the event Ca]ituin
Pendlebui), semor ofheer of the contingent, now in
A'lctoiin, piejideel, and tho guests included Colonel
Hoad, A A G , and Colonel Tom Pnco
|The steamer Aberdeen, which sails on Tuesday for
South Africa, will take a load of packages forwarded
to members of the Victorian contingents as Christ-
mas presents from relatives and friends.
About 80 members of the First Victorian Con-
tingent, which proceeded to South Africa in Novem-
ber, 1899, held a social reunion on Saturday night in
celebration of the anniversary of the event. Captain
Pendlebury, senior officer of the contingent, now in
Victoria, presided, and the guests included Colonel
Hoad, A.A.G., and Colonel Tom Price.
|CONSPIRACY AT JOHANNESBURG. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:09||hare been mude,
Owing (o the simultaneous arrest of the 20
leaders tho conspiracy yvas nipped in the
J-ONDON, Nor. 22.
|have been made.
Owing to the simultaneous arrest of the 20
leaders the conspiracy was nipped in the
LONDON, Nov. 22.
|GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:08||Mr. Hing Hedley, un Australian actor, has
given a successful dramatic recital al Storn-
|Mr. King Hedley, an Australian actor, has
given a successful dramatic recital at Stein-
|THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN. LONDON, Nov. 23. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:07||Tlie New Zealand loan of £1,500,000, bear- j
price being 9J, is quoted at \ premium.
|The New Zealand loan of £1,500,000, bear-
price being 94, is quoted at ¼ premium.
|EXTENSIVE FRAUDS. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:06||A sura of £250 lias been offered for tho
apprehension of Thomas Goudio, a book-
keeper of tho Bank of Liverpool. Goudie is
His alleged defalcations aro attributed to
I gambling on tho turf.
|A sum of £250 has been offered for the
apprehension of Thomas Goudie, a book-
keeper of the Bank of Liverpool. Goudie is
His alleged defalcations are attributed to
gambling on the turf.
|NEW STAMPS. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:05||Tho noyy issuo of stamps lins on tho face tho Uguie
of tbo King instead of that of tho lato Queen.
|The new issue of stamps has on the face the figure
of the King instead of that of the late Queen.
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