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  2. Newcastle Orchestral and Choral Society.

    In the Lyceum Hall last evening the Newcastle Orchestral and Choral Society's second concert provided at musical treat for a fairly large audience. The programme, ...

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  3. Salvation Army Rescue Work.

    The old warehouse in Scott-street, opposite the railway station, which some months back was secured on lease by the Salvation Army, at a rental of £250 per ...

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    LONDON, Wednesday.—Lord Roberts has arrived at Bloemfontein. He was warmly welcomed by the inhabitants. ...

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  5. The Firing of Natal Coalmines.

    LONDON, Thursday.— In connection with the firing of several coal mines in northern Natal by the Boers, it is reported that coolies extinguished the ...

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  6. The Plague in Sydney.

    Another case of plague was reported to the Board of Health this afternoon, bringing the record of cases to the present up to twenty-one. The patient is a man named ...

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    LONDON, Wednesday.—At Gatwick March meeting yesterday, the Wickham Hurdle Handicap, two miles, resuited thus:— ...

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  8. The Queen's Visit to Ireland.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Queen will arrive in Ireland on April 4. ...

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  9. London Clubs Expel the Duke of Orleans.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Three London clubs have expelled the Duke of Orleans, one of the Royal aspirants, for complimenting M. Willette, the ...

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  10. The Boer Presidents' Despatch.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The general verdict on the Presidents despatch is, that it is canting, hypocritical, and insolent, while Lord Salisbury's clear, ...

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  11. Slump in Tin.

    LONDON, Thursday.—There has been a heavy slump in tin. ...

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    At the sales of Australasian tallow 543 casks were offered, of which 64 were sold. Prices of all kinds were unchanged ...

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  13. The British Flag Over the Presidency.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Lord Roberts telegraphed to the War Office on the 13th just:— "By the help of God, and the bravery ...

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  14. Kruger Cables to a New York Journal.

    LONDON, Thursday. — President Kruger telegraphed to a New York newspaper on the 13th:—The burghers would fight to the death. We are ...

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    We have been handed the following extract by a correspondent from an Australian "youth now in South Africa, and the contents, we think, are well worth perusal ...

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  16. The Boer Prisoners at Simonstown.

    LONDON, Thursday.—At Simons-town the Boer prisoners have received a watermelon containing messages plotting for their escape. ...

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  17. Lord Roberts Entry Into the Capital.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The London "Daily Chronicles" correspondent was the first to enter Bloemfontein. He reports that on a Monday General ...

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  18. The Boers at the Orange River.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Twenty-eight guns, are bombarding the Boers in their position across the Orange River. ...

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    Thinking it well to be armed in time, the Mayor (Alderman Errington) has caused application to be made to Chief Inspector of Stores, Sydney for ...

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  20. Remounts for South Africa.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—In the House of Commons to-day, Mr. George Wyndham, Parliamentary Secretary to the War office, stated, in answer to a ...

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  21. The Siege of Mafeking.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Colonel Baden-Powell, in command at Mafkeing has warned commandant Synman, the Boer leader, that unless he ceases ...

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  22. The Queen Overjoyed at the News.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Queen was overjoyed at the receipt of the news of the capture of the Free State capital, and ordered the intelligence to ...

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  23. Railway Communication Opened.

    LONDON, Monday.— The railway is now working to 30 miles north of Kimberley. ...

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  24. Another N.S. Welshman Dead.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Private A. L. Cameron, of the New South Wales Contingent, has died at Naauwpoort from fever. He belonged to the 7th ...

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  25. Striking Up the Pipes.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Major General Hector Macdonald, commanding the Highland Brigade, ordered the pipers to play as the troops were ...

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    The entertainment on Wednesday night at the Lay Methodist Church was a success in everything but in numbers. The church was nicely ...

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  27. The British Successes.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The London "Daily Telegraph" called the news from its correspondents in the European capitals, and says that the ...

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  28. Steyn's Flight.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—After the Boer defeat at Driefontein, President Steyn fled to the north. LONDON, Thursday.—Mr. Steyn, ...

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    The Mayor and his officers continue to lake the most stringent measures is their efforts to enforce cleanliness in the city, Alderman Miller being anxious to ...

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  30. General Gourko and the British Infantry.

    LONDON, Thursday.—General Gourko has cabled to the Czar that has been perfectly amazed at the energy in action and the endurance of the British ...

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  31. Garrisoning Cape Colony Towns.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Cheshire Yeomanry and the Canadians have proceeded to Prieska, about 80 miles west of the Orange River station. ...

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  32. Lord Methuen at Boshof.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Lord Methuen, who is at Boshof, has seized several Boer gnus and 70,000 rounds of ammunition. ...

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    Mr. Dick, M.P., has received the following letter from Mr. Critchett Walker, Principal Under-Secretary:—" Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th March, 1900. Sir,— ...

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  34. The Australian Mounted Rifles.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Colonel Rankin, a Queenslander, is second officer of the Australian Mounted Rifles, who ore now at Norval's Pont. ...

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  36. The Burghers' Wives.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The burghers' wires are auxious for their husbands to return home. ...

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