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  2. TASMANIA.

    A daring burglary was perpetrated at Latrobe early this morning, the railway station office being broken into, and an iron safe, containing £50 16s, being stolen. The residents were awakened at ...

    Article : 265 words
  3. EN ROUTE TO THE DELHI DURBAR.

    After leaving Fremantle the Australian Durbar visitors were a majority of the passengers on the P. and O. liner Oceana, and they began to get more acquainted with each other. The comparison of ...

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  4. PERSONAL.

    The sudden death of Captain E. R. Connor, C.M.G., was announced yesterday morning. News was received in the city at an early hour that he had been found dead at his residence in Cook-street, ...

    Article : 423 words
  5. THE DURBAR.

    In the amphitheatre at Delhi to-day wherein King Edward was proclaimed Emperor of India, there were 15,000 people, Unbroken sunshine prevailed. ...

    Article : 394 words
  6. VENEZUELA.

    The Caracas correspondent of the "Lokal Anzeiger" found President Castro lunching and dancing arm in arm with his mistress. During an interval President Castro was ...

    Article : 63 words
  7. SPECIAL CABLES.

    Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain yesterday visited Wagon Hill and cæsar's camp, positions connected with the siege of Ladysmith. In the course of a speech at Ladysmith ...

    Article : 58 words
  8. DEATH OF SIR FREDERICK SARGOOD.

    Sir F. Sargood died suddenly at Taihape while on the way to Rotorua early this morning. He was in New Zealand on a holiday visit with Lady Sargood. ...

    Article : 631 words
  9. REVOLUTIONISTS CLAIM A VICTORY[?]

    The revolutionists elaim a victory over President Castro's troops at Barquisimito. [A cablegram published yesterday stated that after three days' fighting President Castro had reoccupied ...

    Article : 33 words
  10. THE ISTHMIAN CANAL.

    Mr. John Hay, the United States Secretary of State, is embarrassed, as he suspects that there is a secret understanding between Nicaragua and Colombia to prevent the ...

    Article : 90 words
  11. THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 297 words
  12. SOUTH AFRICA.

    An ordinance issued at Pretoria confers the copyright for a period of 72 hours upon press telegrams from outside the colony. ...

    Article : 30 words
  13. QUEENSLAND.

    The revenue for December was £318,988, a decrease of £104,113 compared with December of last year. Railways show a drop of £16,000, miscellaneous receipts a decrease of £125,000, territorial ...

    Article : 124 words
  14. THE TRANSVAAL REVENUE.

    The revenue of the Transvaal for the current year is estimated at £4,000,000. ...

    Article : 19 words
  15. THE SOMALILAND EXPEDITION.

    Brigadier-General W. H. Manning, who is in command of the Somaliland expedition against the Mullah, has sailed for Obbia, the British base on the east coast of Somaliland. ...

    Article : 39 words
  16. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 1s 10?d per ounce standard. ...

    Article : 15 words
  17. RAINFALLS.

    During the 48 hours ended 9 a.m. to-day a few places in the north and south report rain. The following are the principal fails:—Cape York, 13 points, Cloncurry, 26; Hughenden, 15; Junction ...

    Article : 147 words
  18. VICTORIA.

    The matinee at the Princess Theatre this afternoon in aid of the fund for the relief of distressed actors attracted a crowded audience. Madame Melba assisted by singing the Ophelia scene, and aroused ...

    Article : 54 words
  19. THE REBELLION IN MOROCCO.

    In consequence of the disturbed state of Morocco, France has reinforced her garrisons on the Algerian land frontiers, and has increased the supplies of ammunition. ...

    Article : 38 words
  20. THE LATE DR. C. W. PARDEY.

    The remains of the late Dr. Charles Wilham Pardey, M.B., B.S., were interred in the Church of England portion of the Waverley Cemetery yesterday morning. The cortege left the deceased's late residence, ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. AN ALLEGED FATAL QUARREL.

    A quarrel took place at Stawell to-day between two men named Colin Campbell and Charles L. Kuhle. A number of men had been drinking together, and on setting out for their homes ...

    Article : 284 words
  22. PERSIAN FINANCIAL REFORM.

    Thirty Belgian officials have started for Persia, where they will reorganise the finances. A writer in the "Times" recently commented ...

    Article : 73 words
  23. THE PAST YEAR'S RAINFALL.

    The Government Astronomer (Mr. H. C. Russell) yesterday issued his weather chart and report for the year just ended. The rainfalls at all the principal stations in the State have already been published in ...

    Article : 257 words
  24. NEW YEAR'S DAY.

    The Lieutenant-Governor has received New Year greetings and best wishes for the prosperity of South Australia from the Governor-General and the Governors of New South Wales, Victoria, and ...

    Article : 120 words
  25. MR. A. R. FREMLIN.

    A complimentary picnic was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fremlin on the occasion of their golden wedding on Thursday, January 1, by the members of the Strict Baptist Church who meet at the ...

    Article : 152 words
  26. THE ROYAL SCANDAL IN SAXONY.

    The prompt action taken at Dresden to secure an early judicial separation or divorce by the Crown Prince of Saxony from the Crown Princess Louise is due to the serious ...

    Article : 48 words
  27. THE HOLIDAY IN THE COUNTRY.

    The Caledonian gathering was held yesterday[?] The takings were a record. The concert was crowded. The 5th Regiment pipe band attended. Results: ...

    Article : 597 words
  28. THE VACANCY IN THE SENATE.

    The death of Sir Frederick Sargood creates the first vacancy in the Senate, and interest will be felt in the selection of a successor. Briefly, the position is this: Unless there is a general election ...

    Article : 199 words
  29. SYDNEY WATER SUPPLY.

    The flow of the rivers on the Prospect catchment area during the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. yesterday was as follows:—Cataract, 3,678,000 gallons, a falling-off of 614,000 as compared with the previous ...

    Article : 343 words
  30. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The report of the Committee of Inquiry appointed to consider whether, without imparing the efficiency of the Educational Department, stringent economies could not be introduced was published to-day. It ...

    Article : 247 words
  31. PROFITS OF AMERICAN CAPITALISTS.

    The great Steel Trust of the United States is offering 168,000 of its employees great facilities to acquire shares in the Trust. Owing to the Trust having had an exceedingly ...

    Article : 102 words
  32. LORD CURZON'S SPEECH.

    Lord Curzon, in a singularly impressive and eloquent speech, delivered with great dignity and elocutionary effect, emphasised the grandeur and the advantages of British rule. ...

    Article : 156 words
  33. MR. C. C. KINGSTON.

    The Minister of Customs, Mr. Kingston, returned from Adelaide to Melbourne by express yesterday. ...

    Article : 19 words
  34. QUEENSLAND MINISTERS.

    The Queensland Minister for Railways, Mr. J. Lea[?]y, leaves Brisbane on Friday next on a visit to New South Wales and Victoria, where he will make inquiries into irrigation questions. It is understood ...

    Article : 842 words
  35. SERVICETON RAILWAY STATION.

    In reference to the statement that the Victorian Minister for Railways intended to make a claim upon the South Australian Government for £40,000 as its share of the cost of the Serviceton railway station, ...

    Article : 675 words
  36. THE BISHOPRIC OF MELBOURNE.

    The Bishop of Wakefield (Dr. Eden), in presenting the Rev. Dr. Lowther Clarke, the Bishop of Melbourne, with a testimonial and a purse of 260 guineas, described the see of ...

    Article : 55 words
  37. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Lionel Walter Patchett, aged 24, employed as a clerk in the A[?]M.P. office, committed suicide this morning by shooting himself with a revolver through the head in one of the outhouses at the ...

    Article : 178 words
  38. THE HOMAGE OF PRINCES.

    When Lord Curzon had concluded the feudatory princes and chiefs each paid homage to the Viceroy as representative of the Emperor. The Nizam of Hyderabad, the ...

    Article : 122 words
  39. SOUTHWARK POISONING CASES.

    The publican at Southwark, London, who adopted the name of George Chapman, and who has been charged with the murder, by poison, of Maude Eliza Marsh, employed ...

    Article : 136 words
  40. REVENUE RETURNS.

    The gross revenue of Western Australia for December was £366,944, and after deducting the expenditure of transferred departments, £333,690 as compared with £289,629 for December, 1901. The ...

    Article : 62 words
  41. PARRAMATTA DISTRICT.

    On New Year's Night or early on Friday morning the business premises of Mick Simmons, Church-street, Parramatta, were entered, and a large quantity of goods, valued at £100, were stolen. The stolen property consisted ...

    Article : 150 words
  42. A MUNIFICENT GIFT.

    The Maharani of Jaipur has given a lakh of rupees to the Indian People's Famine Trust Fund. [A lakh of rupees is worth £6666.] ...

    Article : 30 words
  43. FREMANTLE HARBOUR TRUST.

    The control of Fremantle harbour was assumed on Thursday by the recently appointed Harbour Trust, of which Captain Laurie, M.L.C., is chairman. ...

    Article : 26 words
  44. SHOCKING ACCIDENT TO A JOCKEY.

    A shocking accident happened during the Hurdle Race at Rosebrook races, near Horsham, on New Year's Day. Four horses started. One named Monti, ridden by Walter F. Gordon, in taking a ...

    Article : 159 words
  45. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

    The National Rifle Association matches were fired under extremely difficult conditions as regard wind and light. The King's prize was won by W. Minette (Peak Hill R.C.) with 189, and the championship ...

    Article : 42 words
  46. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT BY A MINING SECRETARY.

    The Government of Portugal has agreed to extradite William Parker Owen, formerly secretary of the Premier Sunrise (New Zealand) Gold-mining Company and the ...

    Article : 57 words
  47. NEW ZEALAND.

    Colonel Gudgeon, the British resident at Raratonga, has informed the Government of New Zealand that the traders of the Cook Group have been greatly inconvenienced by the withdrawal of ...

    Article : 52 words
  48. ORCHARD NOTES.

    So far as the season has good the result has, on the whole, been very satisfactory, and good prices have been realised for the early summer fruits. A few, however, who thought to keep their fruit back for another week, ...

    Article : 163 words
  49. IN OTHER STATES.

    About 280 of the poor of the city were entertained at dinner on New Year's Day at the Latrobe-street West Branch of the Central Methodist Mission. The traffic at each of the three metropolitan stations ...

    Article : 80 words
  50. COLLIERY ON FIRE.

    A fire occurred at the Uspensk Colliery, Ekaterinosla[?], Southern Russia. Fifty-eight of the miners perished. Eleven others who were entombed three days, and 21 for five ...

    Article : 38 words
  51. WESTERN MINERS' DEMANDS.

    A conference of the representatives of the coal owners and the miners will be held next Friday, January 9. In June or July last year the miners asked for a conference with the proprietors, but the ...

    Article : 117 words
  52. THE SOUTH AFRICAN ARMY MEAT CONTRACT.

    Mr. Seddon is communicating with the Officer Commanding in South Africa aud with Lord Milner on the subject of the South African Army meat contract. The Agent-General is also communicating with ...

    Article : 53 words
  53. THE CASTLE HILL SHOOTING INCIDENT.

    The two wen who were shot at Castle Hill in the early morning of New Year's Day are [?] in the hospital. They are in about the same condition, and the only danger to be apprehended is that blood-poisoning might supervene, but ...

    Article : 90 words
  54. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Delightful weather provailed yesterday. The S.A.J.C. races and the annual sports at Brighton were largely patronised. The various places of amusement and resorts were largely attended. ...

    Article : 35 words
  55. THE WRECK OF THE ELINGAMITE.

    A diver named Warwick, who has had experience in the Torren St[?]its fisheries, is leaving for the wreck of the Elingamate to endeavour to recover £617,000 worth of gold which was lost with the ...

    Article : 46 words
  56. STOCK MOVEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 90 words
  57. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The West Broken Hill Rifle Club fired a match against Mount Gambier, Mount Gambier scored 734, Colour-sergeant Hayne being top with 84. The West Broken Hill Club scored 717, G. West being highest ...

    Article : 71 words
  58. A TRAIN BURIED.

    The Verona-Munich erpress train has been buried by an avalanche at Gorsensuss, in the Tyrol. ...

    Article : 24 words
  59. NARROW ESCAPE.

    On Friday afternoon a man named Michael Walsh, a telegraph [?] repairer, residing in Elizabeth-street, Sydney, had a narrow escape from being killed whilst attending to his duties. He was engaged repairing the line at ...

    Article : 120 words
  60. "THE MAN FROM GUNDAGAI."

    by "Banjo" Peterson, Read "The Commonwealth Annual," price 1s. N.S.W. Bookstall Co.—Advt. ...

    Article : 22 words
  61. SIREN SOAP, SIREN SOAP.

    Washes linen white as show. SIREN SOAP. SIREN SOAP.—Advt. ...

    Article : 19 words
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