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  3. THE BOER WAR.

    LONDON, November 13.—General Sir Redvers Buller, the Commander-in-Chief in South Africa, has decided to relieve Ladysmith at the earliest opportunity. Four thousand troops are ...

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  4. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, November 13.—The "Daily Chronicle" states that Great Britain, with the warm support of Colonel John Hay, the American Secretary of State, secured for the United States, ...

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  5. SUICIDE AT MAITLAND.

    WEST "MAITLAND, Tuesday.—A sensation was caused this morning by the finding of the body of Mr. Percy M. Claye, who has been telegraph master at West Maitland for ...

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  6. OPINION OF SIR W. DES VOEUX.

    LONDON, November 13, 3.50 p.m.—Sir G. W. Des Voeux, formerly Governor of Fiji and High Commissioner in the Western Pacific, in the course of an interview to-day, said that Australia ...

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  7. THE GRAND COMMONWEALTH FAIR.

    On Saturday next the opening of the Grand. Commonwealth Fair will take place. For months past meetings hare been held of people of all denominations in order to bring ...

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  8. CABLE TO THE GOVERNOR.

    Lord Beauchamp yesterday received the following telegram from the Secretary of State: "Referring to my telegram of November 8, the interests of Australian trade will be maintained in ...

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  9. ALIWAL NORTH ABANDONED.

    LONDON, November 13.—Aliwal North, on the Orange Free State border, has been abandoned by the British. It is believed the Boers will occupy the town. ...

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  10. THE DEATH OF COLONEL KEITH-FALCONER.

    LONDON, November 13, 3.50 p.m.—Colonel C. G. Keith-Falconer, the officer commanding the 1st Batlalian Northumberland Fusiliers, was killed by an ambushed party of Boer sharpshooters. ...

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  11. RECEPTION TO M. LEON CARON.

    The rooms of the Professional Musicians Association in Pitt-street were densely crowded with enthusiastic artists on Monday night, all bent upon welcoming back to Australia the popular ...

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  12. ANGLOPHOBISTS IN FRANCE

    LONDON, November 13, 3.30 p.m.—The Paris police have raided the headquarters of a religious sect, "The Assumptionists," for evading payment of the monastery tax, and seized £72,000 belonging ...

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  13. THE BOERS' DESIGN.

    I LONDON, November 13, 3.50 p.m.—Colonel Adolph Sehiel, who was in command of the German Legion, and who was captured at Elands Laagte, states that the original intention of the ...

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  14. SIR, JULIAN SALOMONS.

    LONDON, November 13.—Sir Julian Salomons, Agent-General for New South Wales, has been elected a Bencher of Gray's Inn, London. (The Benchers are the governing bodies of the ...

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  15. RUSSIA AND JAPAN.

    LONDON, November 13, 3.50 p.m.—Japan resents Russia's claims to Masampo in Corea. ...

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  16. LIGHTING NEAR KIMBERLEY.

    LONDON, November 13.—Lieutenant-Colonel Kekewich, the British commander at Kimberley, reports that the enemy has been repulsed at Kenilworth, near Kimberley, with heavy loss. ...

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  17. RANDWICK TRAINING NOTES.

    Although the course proper was open this morning, the doings were rather uninteresting, due to the fact, no doubt, of its being a race day. Earnshaw was one of the first to work, and sent ...

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  18. THE KAISER'S VISIT.

    LONDON, November 13.—Count Von Bulow, the German Minister for Foreign Affairs, will accompany the Emperor William on his visit to the Queen at Windsor Castle. ...

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  19. THE BOER PRISONERS.

    LONDON, November 13.—Colonel Adolf Schiel and other Boers who were taken prisoners and sent to Simon's Town have written to Pretoria acknowledging the kind treatment they have received from the British. ...

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  20. POOLEY. THE CRICKETER.

    LONDON, November 13.—The report as to the death of Edward Pooley, the Surrey wicket-keeper, has been contradicted. ...

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  21. THE FAMILIES OF THE RESERVES.

    LONDON, November 13.—A bureau has been established in London for the purpose of finding employment for the wives and families of the men of the reserves who have been summoned for active ...

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  22. PLAGUE IN LISBON.

    LONDON, November 13.—The plague has broken out in Lisbon. ...

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  23. BOERS AT BELMONT.

    LONDON, November 13, 3.50 p.m.—The Boer forces are strongly posted at Belmont, where they will resist the advance of the British to the relief of Kimberley. ...

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  24. THE OBERON ASHORE.

    LONDON, November 13.—The barquentine Oberon, 1054 tons, while proceeding from Liverpool to Glasgow to load for Fremantle, West Australia, went ashore in Ardrossan Harbor, ...

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  25. CAPE IMPORT DUTIES.

    LONDON, November 13.—The duties on the import of meal into Cape Colony have been suspended. ...

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  26. DEATH FROM EATING WAX MATCHES.

    EUGOWRA, Monday.—Rowley Herbert, infant son of Edward Herbert, of Fairfield, died on Saturday morning last through eating wax matches. On Tuesday last the boy by some means ...

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  27. THE DEFENCE OF MAFEKING.

    LONDON, November 13.—The total number of the enemy around, Mafeking is estimated at 7000 men. The excellent formation of the trenches at ...

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  28. RITUALISM IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, November 13.—Dr. Creighton, Bishop of London, has threatened to suspend from office for two years clergymen persisting in the use of incense and processional lights in public ...

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  29. DEPARTURE OF THE LANGTON GRANGE.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.—Owing to a delay in the arrival of the horses by rail, the departure of the Langton Grange has had to be postponed till Wednesday. Up till 4 o'clock yesterday ...

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  30. BAR SILVER.

    LONDON, November 13.—Bar silver is quoted at 2s 3¼d per ounce standard. ...

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  31. HELLINGS MEMORIAL FUND.

    The moonlight excursion and concert tendered by the Sydney Dingey Club in aid of the Hellings Memorial Fund will be held to-night. The saloon steamer Lady Hampden has been engaged for the ...

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  32. SYDNEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

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  33. MILITARY MATTERS.

    With the departure of the contingent and the absence of the Stac at Newcastle yesterday, a lull has settled down over the barracks for which many of the subordinates, who have had any ...

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  35. THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

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  36. INVASION OF CAPE COLONY.

    LONDON, November 13.—The Free State forces at Bethulie Bridge, on the northern frontier of Cape Colony, are awaiting the arrival of Transvaal troops before invading Cape Colony. The ...

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