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  3. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, November 19, 3.45 p.m.—The brigands who captured Miss Ellen M. Stone, the American missionary, and a lady companion, in Macedonia, now insist upon a larger ...

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  4. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, November 19, 2.45 p.m.—The "Daily Chronicle" to-day exposes a cabal on the part of the pro-Boers to capture the National Liberal Federation. ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. LETTER FROM CAPTAIN CHAPMAN

    Mr. R. A. Price, M.L.A., has received the following letter from Captain A. H. Chapman, late of the 2nd I.R., who is at present serving in South Africa. Ten miles from Kroonstadt ...

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  6. ANGLOPHOBIA IN GERMANY.

    LONDON, November 19, 2.45 p.m.—Students are mainly responsible for the anti-Chamberlain movement in Germany. At an anti-Semitic meeting at Berlin ...

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  7. MR. ESPINASSE'S BENEFIT.

    The benefit to be tendered to Mr. Bernard Espinasse, who was for two years "house" dramatist to Mr. J. C. Williamson, will be given in Her Majesty's Theatre to-morrow ...

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  8. LEYDS'S LATEST.

    LONDON, November 19, 2.45 p.m.—Dr. Leyds declares there can be no peace without independence. ...

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  9. Storm at Wollombi.

    WEST MAITLAND.—Particulars are to haul this morning of a terrific storm, which wrought considerable destruction yesterday, in the town of Wollombi and district, some thirty miles west ...

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  10. THE GERMAN ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION.

    LONDON, November 19, 3.45 p.m.—The German Antarctic Expedition is six weeks overdue at Capetown. It is thought probable that the expedition is ...

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  11. PRINCE RADZIWILL WOUNDED.

    LONDON, November 19, 3.45 p.m.—During the recent fighting with Commandaut De Wet's force, Lieutenant Prince Radziwill, of Kitchener's Fighting Scouts, was dangerously ...

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  12. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    LONDON, November 19.—It is announced, that King Edward will open Parliament in person on January 16. Queen Alexandra will also be present. ...

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  13. CAPE RAIDERS HARD DRESSED.

    LONDON, November 19.—Commandant Fouche, who is north of Jamestown, is retreating rapidly towards Barkly East, in the north-east of Cape Colony. ...

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  14. BRITISH INDUSTRY.

    LONDON, November 19, 3.45 p.m.—A striking article upon the present crisis in British, industry is published in the "Times" to-day. Ir reveals the extent to which the trade ...

    Article : 62 words
  15. FATAL DUEL.

    LONDON, November 19.—A duel between Lieutenant Blaskowitz and Lieutenant Hildebrandt, of the German army, has been fought at Insterburg, East Prussia, with fatal ...

    Article : 104 words
  16. A BAD LOT.

    John Dwyer, 32, laborer, was before the Central Police Court to-day, charged with stealing a pair of boots, and a pocket knife, value 10s, the property of Robert Stewart. It appeared that accused ...

    Article : 172 words
  17. CHINA.

    LONDON, November 19.—Prince Ching has been instructed by the Emperor to proceed with the negotiations with Russia for concluding a treaty with regard to Manchuria. ...

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  18. A HOTEL-KEEPER VICTIMISED.

    At the Water Police Court to-day, George Maddocks, a man of middle age, and of the honest farmer or selector type in appearance, was charged with having, by means of a valueless ...

    Article : 313 words
  19. SKIRMISHES AND CAPTURES.

    LONDON, November 19.—Lieutenant Hall, of the Bedfordshire Mounted Infantry, chased and captured 20 Boers at Vlakfontein, in the Transvaal. ...

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  20. THE ISTHMIAN CANALS.

    LONDON, November 19.—Lord Pauncefote (the British Ambassador at Washington) and Colonel Hay (the United States Secretary of State) have signed the Isthmian Canal treaty. ...

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  21. LONDON WATER SUPPLY.

    LONDON, November 19.—Mr. Walter Long, President of the Local Government Board, speaking at a Unionist banquet last night, announced that in the next session of Parliament ...

    Article : 323 words
  22. THE DOCTORS' LIBRARY.

    James Byrne, 66, cook, was before the Central Police Court to-day, charged with attempting to steal two books, the property of Harriett Biffin, and six books, the property of Ellen Wood ...

    Article : 647 words
  23. AUSTRALASIAN CASUALTIES.

    LONDON, November 19.—Private Nathaniel Paterson of the 7th New Zealand Mounted Infantry, died of enteric fever at Newcastle, Natal. ...

    Article : 96 words
  24. THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    LONDON, November 19.—M. Coloman de Szell, the Hungarian Premier, speaking in the Diet yesterday, stated that the Triple Alliance was the best possible alliance into which ...

    Article : 86 words
  25. BOER LOSSES.

    LONDON, November 19.—Lord Kitchener telegraphs to the War Office:—Since my last a week ago, columns report the following: 43 Boers killed, 16 wounded, 291 prisoners, 6 ...

    Article : 33 words
  26. CLAIM FOR COMMISSION.

    In the Metropolitan District Court to-day, H. Arnold Mola (trading, as H. Arnold Mola and Company), of King-street, Sydney, brought an action against Edward Summerhayes, of 13 ...

    Article : 86 words
  27. THE DESIGNING OF WARSHIPS.

    LONDON, November 19.—The German Emperor, addressing the Congress of Naval Engineers at Charlottenburg, said that Germany was the first Power to appoint a captain on ...

    Article : 85 words
  28. MORE REINFORCEMENTS.

    LONDON, November 19.—By the middle of January the columns of Lord Kitchener will be thoroughly freshened. There will also be an abundance of remounts. ...

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  29. DEPORTATION OF MRS. STEYN.

    LONDON, November 19.—Advices received from Brussels state that Mrs. Steyn, the wife of President Steyn, and their five children have been deported from South Africa. ...

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  30. PILOT STEAMERS.

    The pilot steamer Captain Cook returned to Sydney this morning from Newcastle, and will take up duty at the Heads forthwith. The steamer has been relieving the Ajax at the northern port ...

    Article : 309 words
  31. THE MONROE DOCTRINE.

    LONDON, November 19.—Dr. Von Holleben, the German Ambassador at Washington, has assured President Roosevelt that the reports that Germany is seeking coaling stations in ...

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  32. COPPER.

    LONDON, November 19.—Copper on spot is quoted at £67 per ton, and for three months at £66. ...

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  33. FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, November 19.—Lord Salisbury, in acknowledging a vote of confidence at a meeting at York, said that England was the only country where, during a great war, eminent ...

    Article : 48 words
  34. CHOLERA IN JAVA.

    LONDON, November 19.—An epidemic of cholera is raging in Java. The cases number 120 daily. ...

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  35. SMALLPOX IN LONDON.

    LONDON, November 19, 8.45 p.m.—There are now 410 smallpox cases in London. ...

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  36. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    LONDON, November 19.—The arrivals of number 268,000 bales. Of these, 68,500 have been forwarded direct to manufacturers, and there are available for the coming sales ...

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  37. MORE TROOPS FOR S.A.

    A letter has been received by the Premier from Mr. J. S. Horsfall, of Widgiewa Staion, enclosing a copy of the suggestion made to him by Major the Hon. Rupert Carrington, that more New ...

    Article : 184 words
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    The damage done by the collision of the two trains at Walloway Siding, South Australia, on Saturday, is estimated at £10,000. A sad feature of the disaster is that Brodie, one of the firemen ...

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  39. THE GALWAY ELECTION.

    LONDON, November 19.—Mr. J. E. Redmond, M.P. (Nationalist), who is now in New York, urges Galway to elect a soldier of freedom as their representative. ...

    Article : 28 words
  40. N.Z. AND A. LAND COMPANY.

    LONDON, November 19.—The report of the New Zealand and Australian Land Company shows a profit of £71,485. The sum o f £3985 is carried forward. ...

    Article : 27 words
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