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  2. THIRD EDITION.

    The final stage of the King's was fired in a heavy gale of wind having a velocity varying from 25 to 40 miles an hour. The grand aggregate was won by Lieutenant ...

    Article : 102 words
  3. AUSTRALIA WINS THE RUBBER.

    Intense satisfaction will be felt at the news of the victory of the Australian Eleven at Manchester. Four of the five test matches which had been arranged have now been ...

    Article : 2,096 words
  4. THE GINNINDERRA TRAGEDY.

    The Redfern tragedy has been the cause of another, which though differing entirely in circumstances, is not less terrible in its results. An innocent man has been shot dead while the police were endeavouring ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  5. THE BISLEY RIFLE MEETING.

    The second stage of the King's was fired yesterday. The silver medal for the aggregate of the first and second stages was won by Mr. Kerr, of Dumbarton, with an ...

    Article : 439 words
  6. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    The Imperial Conference resumed its sittings yesterday. Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, presided, and there were also present Sir Wilfrid Laurier ...

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  7. ST. GEORGE'S CHALLENGE VASE.

    In the St. George's Challenge Vase Match at Bislcy Mr. P. Further (Victoria), 113, won £9; Mr. W. Bullingerr (New Zealand), 111, £8; Mr. King New Zealand), 110, £7; Mr. ...

    Article : 76 words
  8. THE KING.

    The King sat up in a chair on the yacht Victoria and Albert on Thursday. His Majesty will hold a Council meeting on board the yacht on Saturday. It is expected ...

    Article : 259 words
  9. MEDICAL TESTIMONY AS TO DEATH.

    Dr. Sydney Langdon Richardson, swonrn, deposed: I am the Government medical officer for the district of Queanbeyan. I saw the body of [?] in the gaol hospital in the presence of the jury. Since then ...

    Article : 343 words
  10. ADDRESS BY LORD ROBERTS.

    At the conclusion of the King's match at Bisley yesterday Lord Roberts inspected the colonial teams. He congratulated the winners, and said he hoped that colonial teams would ...

    Article : 46 words
  11. THE KING.

    The King yesterday presided on board the Victoria and Albert at a meeting of the Privy Council, and afterwards signed the Coronation proclamations as well as the proclamation ...

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  12. AUSTRALASIAN PRIZE-WINNERS.

    At Bisley H. Hawthorn (N.Z.) headed the first stage in the George's Challenge Vase, making 33 at 500 yards and the possible (35) at 600 yards. Mr. ...

    Article : 201 words
  13. IDENTITY OF DECEASED.

    The police learnt on Saturday that the two men— deceased and his companion Nicholls—were at Yass on the night of the murder of Constable Guilfoyle. That morning Inspector Gramger, of ...

    Article : 188 words
  14. SIR EDMUND BARTON'S PARTY.

    Sir Edmund and Lady Barton, Sir John and Lady Forrest, and Mr. A. Chapman, M.P., will catch the R.M.S. Aorangi, which will leave Vancouver for Sydney on September ...

    Article : 50 words
  15. THE COLONIAL PREMIERS IN EDINBURGH.

    Sir Edmund Barton, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mr. R. Seddon, Sir A. Hime, and Sir R. Bond visited Edinburgh yesterday, and had an enthusiastic reception at the University. ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. KING'S HOSPITAL FUND.

    King Edward has handed to the King's Hospital Fund Committee the donation of £10,000 given by Mr. Lucas Tooth. ...

    Article : 25 words
  17. THE BELGIAN CUP.

    The New Zealand team which won the Belgian Cup on Thursday has been disqualified on the ground that its members were improperly uniformed and equipped. ...

    Article : 79 words
  18. LORD KITCHENER'S GIFTS.

    The Corporation of London has accepted Lord Kitchener's gifts of a Long Tom gun and Mr. Kruger's fully equipped ox waggon. ...

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  19. DECEASED'S COMPANION RELEASED.

    The police court at Queanbeyan was opened before Mr. John Gale, J.P., yesterday morning. The case of John Nicholls, on remand, charged with being concerned in the murder of Constable Guilfoyle on ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. EARL BEAUCHAMP'S MARRIAGE.

    The marriage of Earl Beauchamp, formerly Governor of New South Wales, and Lady Lettice Grosvenor, sister of the Duke of Westminster, was celebrated yesterday at ...

    Article : 56 words
  21. SOUTH AFRICA.

    Many Boers have applied to be members of the parties which will tour Australia. The Government will make a careful selection of the most intelligent, and one member of each ...

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  22. SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC.

    The smallpox epidemic at London has ended. The smallpox epidemic in London first attracted notice about the end of September last year. The ...

    Article : 67 words
  23. THE LATE JOSEPH HEAPS.

    Joseph Heaps, the victim of the fatal mistake made at Ginniderra, was 27 years of ago. He was born in England, and was about 5ft. 8in. in height, and of strong physique. He was regarded as a ...

    Article : 376 words
  24. EXCITEMENT AT YASS.

    Great excitement prevailed here yesterday when the news of the Ginninderra tragedy reached the town. Doubts were raised as to the identity of the men. Ginninderra ia 31 miles from Yass ...

    Article : 156 words
  25. OPERATION UPON LORD METHUEN.

    An operation which has been performed upon Lord Methuen for the injury which he sustained to one of his thighs when he was taken prisoner in South Africa has been ...

    Article : 51 words
  26. YORKSHIRE COLLIERIES.

    Pit boys in the Yorkshire collieries are striking for an increase of wages, and 10,000 of them threaten to cease work, rendering 80,000 miners idle. The men will receive ...

    Article : 39 words
  27. THE NEED OF THE NAVY.

    Mr. R. Seddon, speaking at the dinner of the Marine Engineers last night, said that if Great Britain's trade and commerce were allowed to collapse the Navy ...

    Article : 119 words
  28. THE WAIKATO.

    The steamer York Castle sighted the steamer Waikato on the 22nd instant in latitude 29[?] south, and longitude 12[?] east. The shaft of the Waikato had then been repaired ...

    Article : 52 words
  29. RHODESIA.

    There is a growing feeling in Rhodesia against the British South Africa Company's management since the death of Mr. Cecil Rhodes. There is a local movement for the ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. QUEENSLAND FINANCES.

    At the invitation of the Premier a number of citi[?] were entertained on a trip down the river aboard the Lucinda yesterday. About three hundred people were present, including a number of Ministers, ...

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  31. THE NEWS AT COOMA

    Further information received to-day by Subinspector Le [?]outillier shows that the man shot near Queanbeyan was not young Foster, of Cooma, as was supposed, because the dead man was aged about ...

    Article : 155 words
  32. UNEMPLOYED AT JOHANNESBURG.

    Hundreds of ex-irregular troops are among the unemployed at Johannesburg, and refuse to accept an offer of 5s per day with rations for work in the mines. ...

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  33. CHINA.

    Great Britain and China have settled the terms of a new commercial treaty. ...

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  34. FIGHTING CHOLERA AT CAIRO.

    The Caisse de la dette Publique at Cairo has granted a sum of £200,000 to finance the measures which are being taken against the spread of cholera in the city. ...

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  35. THE BODY TO BE BROUGHT TO SYDNEY.

    In accordance with arrangements made by the police authorities on Suturday the funeral of Mr. Joseph Heaps, the victim of the shooting episode in the Queanbeyan district, was to have taken place ...

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  36. THE BRITANNIC IN HOBSON'S BAY.

    The troopship Britan[?] arrived in Hobson's Bay to-day with a large contingent of returning troops. No time was lost in landing the Victorian detachment and taking in some stores, and the ...

    Article : 49 words
  37. BOXING.

    Jefferies in a boxing contest at San Francisco knocked out Fitzsimmons in eight rounds. ...

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  38. THE RUSTICATIONS AT SANDHURST.

    Earl Roberts, the Communder-in-Chief, yesterday visited Sandhurst, where a number of cadets were recently rusticated on account of the name of an incendiary not being ...

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  39. OFFICIAL MESSAGE.

    The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. E. Fosbery, C.M.G., on Saturday morning received a telegram from Superintendent Grainger at Queanbeyan, stating that the Sydney witnesses, on viewing the body of the ...

    Article : 85 words
  40. FRANCE.

    M. Combes, the Premier of France, in his circular stating his intention of enforcing the Religious Associations Law, exempted from its operation charities, orphanages, and ...

    Article : 66 words
  41. LONDON MINING MARKET.

    On the London Stock Exchange yesterday the following were the quotations:—Associated Gold Mines, £1 17s 6d; Broken Hill Proprietary, £1 12s; New Chillagoe, 2s 6d; ...

    Article : 64 words
  42. THE INQUEST.

    The inquest was formally opened on Friday afternoon, but only for the pulpose of empanelling a jury. The practical part of the inquiry was begun on Satruday morning at 10 o'clock at the Coroner's ...

    Article : 289 words
  43. VISIT TO THE HOME OF THE DECEASED.

    A representative of this journal yesterday morning paid a visit to the home of the Heaps family, No. 15 Redwm-street, Newtown, in order to gather some information respecting the movements of Joseph ...

    Article : 1,631 words
  44. THE GOVERNOR AND RETRENCHMENT.

    Sir Herbert Chermside has goiven another proof of his desire to enter into the troubles of the people over whom he has been called to preside by volunteering to share in the retrenchment policy on the ...

    Article : 185 words
  45. A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE.

    The unfortunate incident has brought to light a remarkable coincidence, and that is the fact that the deceased, as well as the man known to have murdered Constable Guilfoyle, both bear on one of their ...

    Article : 484 words
  46. THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC IN CAIRO.

    The epidemic of cholera at Cairo is still extending. One hundred and eighteen fresh cases have been reported. ...

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  47. THE WOOL SALES.

    The wool sales yesterday closed exceedingly firm. Merinos and fine crossbreds were 5 per cent. above May rates; low crossbreds were 5 per cent. above opening rates. ...

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  48. ENGLISH BOWLING TEAM.

    Mr. Yelland is unable to arrange for an English team of bowlers to visit Australia this year. ...

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  49. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the wool auctions to-day there was a steady sale at late rates. July 26. At the wool sales yesterday the following ...

    Article : 58 words
  50. TO-DAY.

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  51. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Empire Coronation Banquet Committee has handed the balance of £75 from the banquet to the Colonial Troops Club. ...

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  52. CHILDREN LOVE ARNOTT'S

    Milk Arrowroot Biscuits, because they are so delicious, light, wholesome, and easily digested. They are made for children.—Advt. IF YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY, go to ...

    Article : 50 words
  53. CONSTABLE MADDEN'S EVIDENCE.

    William Joseph Madden, sworn, deposed[?] I am a police constable stationed at Ginninderra. On Thursday night, 24th instant, I started out on duty at about 7.30 o'clock. I went up to the men at the ...

    Article : 2,357 words
  54. PERFECTION

    fairly describes Arnott's Milk Arrowroot Biscuits— because they are made by the most perfect machinery from perfect ingredients.—Advt. ...

    Article : 22 words
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