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1 JohnWarren 3,415,162
2 NeilHamilton 2,432,299
3 annmanley 2,112,998
4 noelwoodhouse 1,962,323
5 maurielyn 1,526,934
...
7 culroym 1,229,489
8 JudyClayden 1,223,589
9 C.Scheikowski 1,211,114
10 mrbh 1,158,287
11 kayoung 1,137,726
12 RogerE 976,284

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THE HARWICH COLLISION. THE SALMON BEACHED. STOKERS IMPRISONDS. LONDON, Dec. 4. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 6 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 17:59 STOKE1ÎS IMl'BISONED.
The torpedo-boat destroyer Salmon, whnh
was in follibion w ith the steamer Cambriilce
oft Harwich on tlio night of December 2, did
not sink, but was toweditito Harwich haibour
mid beached.
thnt the bows of tho Cambridge crushed Hilo
the stokehole of tho Salmon, wii'ckim; the
boilers. Tho steum escaping, four btokers
wert; imprisoned. A sailor gallantly rescued
two of them through n manhole. Tho two
others were drowned. >
LONDON, Doo. 4.
STOKERS IMPRISONED.
The torpedo-boat destroyer Salmon, which
was in collision with the steamer Cambridge
off Harwich on the night of December 2, did
not sink, but was towed into Harwich harbour
and beached.
that the bows of the Cambridge crashed into
the stokehole of the Salmon, wrecking the
boilers. The steam escaping, four stokers
were imprisoned. A sailor gallantly rescued
two of them through a manhole. The two
others were drowned.
LONDON, Dec. 4.
QUEENSLAND. THE SAN FRANISCO STEAMERS. PROBABLE CHANGE OF ROUTE. BRISBANE, Wednesday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 17:46 ?

QUEENSLAND. THE SAN FRANISCO STEAMERS. PROBABLE CHANGE OF ROUTE. BRISBANE, Wednesday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 17:46 .' QUEENSLAND.
THE SAN FBANOISCO STEAMERS.
Mr. B. 0. Ramsay, the general passenger agent
foi tha Oceanic Steamship Company, is at present in
'townsville. Hustiifcs that thaiois evoiy likuliliood
of tho company changing tlio 1011(0 from S)ilnov to
Sin Fianeisco, so Hint Ibu sternums will proceed to
Biislmio fium S)dnoy, thon ou to Nunnie i and Fiji,
tliouee la Honolulu and Sun Francisco, The va)age
w ill ocuupy about 20 du) s fiom S) liney, mid IS da) 1
fiom Brisbauo. _
BRISBANE, AVednesdny.
QUEENSLAND.
THE SAN FRANCISCO STEAMERS.
Mr. R. O. Ramsay, the general passenger agent
for the Oceanic Steamship Company, is at present in
Townsville. He states that there is every likelihood
of the company changing the route from Sydney to
San Francisco, so that the steamers will proceed to
Brisbane from Sydney, then on to Noumea and Fiji,
thence to Honolulu and San Francisco. The voyage
will occupy about 20 days from Sydney, and 18 days
from Brisbane.
BRISBANE, Wednesday.
PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTENSION. WENTWORTH, Tuesday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 4 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:42 PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTEN-1
Messrs Denne and Rennick, Engineers-in-Chicf of
Itailwi) s in _« ow South W iles and Victoita lespee
tiveli arm ed at Wentw orth last night Tho Ala) or
(Mr Bon ring) called a publie meeting to talk 0101
matters m connection with the. proposed dotation of
tho Yella railwa) intotho town of Wentwoith There
?was a very ¿ood attendance, tho Ma) or presiding
.-1
PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTEN-
Messrs. Deane and Rennick, Engineers-in-Chief of
Railways in New South Wales and Victoria respec-
tively arrived at Wentworth last night. The Mayor
(Mr. Bowring) called a public meeting to talk over
matters in connection with the proposed deviation of
the Yelta railway into the town of Wentworth. There
was a very good attendance, the Mayor presiding.

PECULIAR CASE AT WYALONG. DISCOVERY OF A CHILD'S REMAINS. WYALONG, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 26 November 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:40 Ihoiur) brought ni a yerdict to tho effect that
onI\oyember 10 that such nifiiit yyas bom nhyo,
and wns tho child of June Maitin, but thora yyas not
suihetent eyidcuco us to how death cunio about
Ihoy further believed thut tho yvomeu Hall mid
Harris attended the confinement of Jane Marlin and
Hint Hains disposed of tho body bj throyyingit
down a bindi A udor yyas addod complimenting
Seigeant Peterswald on the able manner lu ^ich he
lind conclude I the case
Mr» Hains Alis Hull and Jane Martin have
been arrested on a charge of concealment of birth
Ihevroinen Heaslip (formerly Harris) Hill, ind
Juno Mallan were committed for trial to day on u
cb trgo of concealing tho hirth of a child J?ho re
mniiib^rcrc diacov ci ed by the police ni an abandoned
shaft ii shoit time ago, and n ere the subject of an
inquest held ou Triday and Saturday last Bait was
allow ed
Later
The jury brought in a verdict to the effect that
on November 10, that such infant was born alive,
and was the child of Jane Martin, but there was not
sufficient evidence as to how death came about.
They further believed that the women Hall and
Harris attended the confinement of Jane Martin, and
that Harris disposed of the body by throwing it
down a shaft. A rider was added complimenting
Sergeant Peterswald on the able manner in which he
had conducted the case.
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Hall, and Jane Martin have
been arrested on a charge of concealment of birth.
The women Heaslip (formerly Harris), Hall, and
Jane Martin were committed for trial to-day on a
charge of concealing the birth of a child. The re-
mains were discovered by the police in an abandoned
shaft a short time ago, and were the subject of an
inquest held on Friday and Saturday last. Bail was
allowed.
Later.
A NEW ZEALAND OFFICER. LONDON, Dec. 4. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:28 A NIÎW ZEALAND OFFICER.
Lieutenant J. N. Hamer, oí the New Zea
lund Mounted Infantry, hus sailed lor Eng-
A NEW ZEALAND OFFICER.
Lieutenant J. N. Hamer, of the New Zea-
land Mounted Infantry, has sailed for Eng-
GENERAL BOTHA. HIS FORCE REFUSES TO FIGHT. LONDON, Dec. 4. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:27 HIS FORCE REFUSES TO FIGHT. '
General Botha, with 1800 men, is at Klip
stapol. He is anxious to light, but his mon
rivlipstapcl is in tho South-eastern Transvaal, 10
miles north bj' oast of Ermelo, with which it is con-
nected bj' a road.J_ I
GENE.«AL BOTHA..
. LONDON, Deed.
HIS FORCE REFUSES TO FIGHT.
General Botha, with 1800 men, is at Klip-
stapel. He is anxious to fight, but his men
[Klipstapel is in the South-eastern Transvaal, 10
miles north by east of Ermelo, with which it is con-
nected by a road.]
GENERAL BOTHA.
LONDON, Dec. 4.
THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS. LONDON, Dec. 3. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:24 THE CONCENTRATION CAMPá.
An agitulion has been started in Holland in
and children who aro now in the concentration
vernment believes that Great Brituiii will not
object to tho proposal, but hesitates acting in
' LONDON, Deo. 3.
THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS.
An agitation has been started in Holland in
and children who are now in the concentration
vernment believes that Great Britain will not
object to the proposal, but hesitates acting in
LONDON, Dec. 3.
ANGLOPHOBIA ON THE CONTINENT. LONDON, Dec. 3. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:22 The Boor agents on the Continent are dis
tn Dilling medals inscribed " A bas Angle-
terre " (" Down willi England '').
LONDON, Dec. 3
The Boer agents on the Continent are dis-
tributing medals inscribed " A bas Angle-
terre " (" Down with England ").
LONDON, Dec. 3.
MEMBER OF THE CAPE PARLIAMENT CONVICTED. LONDON, Dec. 3. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 5 December 1901 page Article 2015-09-01 02:21 MEMBER OP TUB CAPE PARLIA-
Cape Colony) convicted Mr. J. II, Schooman,
a member of the Capo Colon)' House of
Assembly, ol allowing a horse to fall into the
hunos of the enemy and oE failing to report
that tho enemy hud been on hil farm.
[Mr. Johunnos Hendiik Schoeman is one of tho
tluee members foi Oiidtahooin ni tho Cape Colony
House of Assembly ]
MEMBER OF THE CAPE PARLIA-
Cape Colony) convicted Mr. J. H. Schoeman,
a member of the Cape Colony House of
Assembly, of allowing a horse to fall into the
hands of the enemy and of failing to report
that the enemy had been on his farm.
[Mr. Johannes Hendrik Schoeman is one of the
three members for Oudtshoorn in the Cape Colony
House of Assembly.]

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