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  2. VICTORIA. RESTRICTIONS ON NEW SOUTH WALES STOCK.

    Mr. Morrissey, the Minister for Agriculture, received a deputation to-day from the landowners on the New South Wales side of the Murray, near Cobram, which urged the removal of the restrictions ...

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  3. THE TARIFF. AT THE CUSTOMS.

    Matters at the Custom-house proceeded more quietly yesterday, due no doubt in a great measure to the smaller number of people transacting business there in comparison with the crowds which attempt ...

    Article : 125 words
  4. DEATH OF LI HUNG CHANG.

    Reuter's Agency states that Li Hung Chang is dying. Nov. 7. The death is announced of Li Hung Chang, ...

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  5. THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. SUSPECTED MERCENARIES.

    Under martial law people arriving at Capetown are numbered according to their nationality. The numbering has shown that thousands ...

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  6. FRANCE AND TURKEY. FRESH DEMANDS THREATENED.

    A French Note to the Porte threatens fresh demands unless the Sultan immediately complies with the requests of France. [The claims of France were originally the ...

    Article : 161 words
  7. PRESENTATION TO BADEN-POWELL. SPEECH BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN.

    Major-General Baden-Powell wa[?] to-day presented with the sword of honour from Australia by Mr. H. Copeland, Agent-General for New South Wales. ...

    Article : 323 words
  8. COMMONWEALT NOTES. THE SENATE.

    After questions were disposed of this afternoon the Senate considerable the Public Service Bill in committee. Clause 5, which has provided much material for debate, was further discussed at great length. ...

    Article : 179 words
  9. CHIEF OF THE STAFF.

    Major-General Sir Ian Hamilton is proceeding to South Africa as Chief of the Staff of Lord Kitchener. ...

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  10. FACTORIES AND SHOPS COMMISSION.

    At a sitting to-day of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the working of the Factories and Shops Act the chief witness was Mr. Harrison Ord, chief inspector of factories. He said that, ...

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  11. FEELING IN BLIGH DIVISION.

    Lost night an executive committee meeting of the Bligh branch of the Federal Freetrade and Liberal Association was held at the rooms, William-street, under the presidency of Mr. D. R. Jones, J.P. Mr. ...

    Article : 78 words
  12. DECLINE ON THE PARIS BOURSE.

    In consequence of the action of Admiral Caillard there is a decline on the Paris Bourse. ...

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  13. REPORTS OF DE WET COLLECTING FORCES.

    There are persistent reports that Commandant de Wet is collecting mercenaries and straggling Boers in Damaruland and Bushmanland, in the north-west of Cape ...

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  14. ACTION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    The House of Representatives by a large majority has passed the Timber Export Bill, which provides that the Government may at any time by an order in Council cause a duty of 3s por 100 superficial feet ...

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  15. PAYMENTS BY THE PORTE.

    The Porte has sent to M. Bapst, the Chancellor of the French Embassy at Constantinople, customs drafts as payment for the claims of the French bankers, and has ...

    Article : 70 words
  16. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    Quite a number of "questions without notice " were addressed to the Ministers in the House of Representatives this afternoon. Most of them were unimportant, and the questioners would have ...

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  17. BOERS AT DE JAAGER'S DRIFT.

    Boers are still hovering in the direction of De Jaager's Drift, on the north-western border of Natal. ...

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  18. A STRANGE WILL.

    Mrs. Sarah Jane Perrin Wallace, of South Melbourne, who died on July 29, left a will dated September 3, 1874, in which there were some peculiar provisions. The whole estate is valued at £2864, of ...

    Article : 225 words
  19. THE UNITED STATES. NEW YORK ELECTIONS.

    Mr. Van Wyck (Tammany candidate), retiring Mayor of New York, has been defeated in the election for the Supreme Court Judgeship for the State of New York. ...

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  20. THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS.

    Lord Milner has visited the refugee camp at Harrismith, in the Orange River Colony. Mr. St. John Brodrick, the Secretary of State for War, in a letter to Dr. E. S. Talbot, ...

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  21. DEATH OF THE HON. S. H. HYAM, M.L.C.

    News was received in Sydney last evening of the death of the Hon. S. H. Hyam, M.L.C., which took place yesterday at his residence, Woodlands, Katoomba, at the age of 64 years. The late Mr. Hyam was a ...

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  22. ALL REFORMERS ELECTED.

    The Republicans and the Reformers of New York elected all their candidates in the recent election. The plurality of Mr. Seth Low, who was ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales to-day representatives of the Riverina catalogue attracted a large attendance of buyers, and for all merino wools competition was very brisk. The market was firm at the level of prices ...

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  24. AN INTERPRETATION.

    Mr. Chamberlain's speech was delivered immediately after a long Cabinet meeting. The speech is interpreted as a direct and authoritative reply to the pro-Boer suggestion that ...

    Article : 257 words
  25. BOER PRISONERS.

    One thousand Boor prisoners have been shipped from Durban to Bombay. ...

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  26. OTHER ELECTIONS.

    Mr. Schmitz, of the Union of Labour, has been elected Mayor of San Francisco. Massachusetts, Iowa, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and New Jersey returned ...

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  27. BOER LOSSES.

    The Boers who were killed, captured, and surrendered during 1901 number 13,338. ...

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  28. REBATES ON REDUCED DUTIES.

    It was generally expected among importers that the Government would arrange for a refund of differences where the duties proposed in the tariff are reduced by Parliament. This, it appears, has ...

    Article : 204 words
  29. THE STEAMER BERNICIA.

    The steamer Bernicia, which left Newcastle (N.S.W.) on September 28, with a cargo of 1800 tons of coal for Durban, is at Delagoa Bay. Her cargo has become heated. ...

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  30. PREVALENT FOGS.

    A fog is general throughout England, and one hundred vessels are weatherbound. It was cabled on Wednesday that a fog at London lasted three days, paralysing traffic. ...

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  31. LATE LIEUTENANT A. EBSWORTH.

    A monument has been elected in Belltrees Church of England grounds to the memory of the late Lieutenant Alfred Ebsworth, Bolltrees Troop First Australian Horse, who was killed in action near ...

    Article : 179 words
  32. THE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON.

    At the expiry of Lord Charles Boresford's services as Rear-Admiral of the Mediterranean Squadron in February, Rear-Admiral Burges Watson, now Superintendent of the ...

    Article : 36 words
  33. FEDERAL COUNTRY PARTY.

    A meeting of the "country part " of the House of Representatives was called for to-day. Owing to the shortness of the notice and previous engagements entered into by several members, the attendance was ...

    Article : 155 words
  34. FUNERAL OF THE LATE MAJOR JAMES.

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  35. CONSOLS.

    Consols are 91?g, a rise of ¼ since Tuesday. The cause of the fall on Tuesday was due to the influence of the intimation of Sir Michael Hicks-Beach of a new issue of consols, and ...

    Article : 194 words
  36. SIR REDVERS BULLER.

    Mr. Miller Magere, an army, coach, states that Sir Redvers Buller heliographed to Sir George White, the commandant of Ladysmith:—"If unable to resist for a month, ...

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  37. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    The steamer Suevie arrived to-day from Capetown, via Adelaide, with 40 returning Australian soldiers. The men were entertained at lunch at the barracks. ...

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  38. PREFERENTIAL DUTIES.

    Early in the year, when the Commonwealth Government was considering the question of creating a system of preferential duties in favour of Great Britain, attention was drawn to the fact that Canada ...

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  39. STATE PARLIAMENTS. VICTORIA.

    The Assembly sat at half-past 4. Mr. Prendergast, for. Mr. Kirton,moved for a return of the appointments, temporary and permanent, to the State " Hansard " staff, and the salaries paid during the last 12 months. ...

    Article : 157 words
  40. A WARNING FROM CAPETOWN.

    The Premier, Mr. Peacock, has received the "following message from Mr. J. W. Ra[?]l, who is acting as honorary agent for Victoria:—"Bear Mr. Peacock,—Can you warn everyone in Victoria (using my ...

    Article : 82 words
  41. THE LABOUR PARTY'S PROPOSALS.

    When shown the telegram stating that the Federal Labour party had decided to move for a reduction of certain lines of the tariff, providing for a remission of duties, the State Treasurer, Mr. Butler, said to-day ...

    Article : 183 words
  42. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A petition signed by all Customs agents and importers of Port Adelaide and representatives of various shipping firms was presented to the acting Collector of Customs to-day. Objection was taken ...

    Article : 324 words
  43. OBITUARY. MR. R. CULME SEYMOUR.

    The death is announced of Mr. Reginald Culme Seymour, the stroke of the Oxford crew in the last University boat race. ...

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  44. NEW BATTLESHIPS.

    The Admiralty contemplates relying on the competition of the great private shipbuilding firms as regards designs for new battleships. ...

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  45. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Assembly to-day the Pastoral Leases Bill, which passed through committee late lost night, was read the third time. Mr. Givons moved for a return showing the average humidity of atmosphere during ...

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  46. KING'S BIRTHDAY. POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH ARRANGEMENTS.

    The following arrangements will be observed in the Postal and Electric Telegraph Department on Monday next, the 11th instant:—At the General Post Office the delivery office will be open from 8.45 ...

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  47. MR. CAMPBELL PRAED.

    The death is announced of Mr. Arthur Campbell Praed, formerly of Queensland. Owing to the mutilation of a word in the telegraphic message, the announcement was yesterday ...

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  48. THE BARTON BURTHEN.

    Sir,—I notice in yesterday's issue of your paper a letter signed " James Dalton," in which the writer states that Mr. Barton's recent victory will be a heavy burthen for the masses. I wish to make it ...

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  49. RUSSIA AND PERSIA.

    The Shah of Persia has declined Russia's offer of 1000 Cossacks as guards of the Shah's palace. ...

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  50. QUEENSLAND.

    A severe thunderstorm occurred at Childers last night. An inch of rain was registered. A tornado was experienced at North Isis, where the dwellings were damaged. Roofs were blown off and trees ...

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  51. ATTEMPTED BANK ROBBERY.

    The man who attempted to rob the Kennington Park branch of the London and Southwestern Bank on November 4 has been identified as a railway fireman named Porter. ...

    Article : 60 words
  52. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly yesterday consideration of the Constitution Bill in committee was resumed at 7.30 p.m., and a long debate took place on it. The deadlock clauses, similar to those in the ...

    Article : 134 words
  53. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 310 words
  54. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 236 words
  55. OCEAN EXCURSIONS.

    On Monday next the Newcastle and Hunter River Company have the steamer Namoi going to Cowan Bay and the steamer Sydney to Careel Bay. Cowan Bay is considered one of the most picturesque places ...

    Article : 79 words
  56. PAVING TIMBERS.

    The works committee of the Westminster Corporation, in a report, justifies the use of American red gum timber for paving contracts, and asserts that the ratepayers' ...

    Article : 227 words
  57. NEW ZEALAND.

    Owing to the lateness of the session the Government finds it impossible to pass the bill to compensate the Midland Railway debenture holders and shareholders. ...

    Article : 84 words
  58. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly on Tuesday Mr. Piesse read a letter received from the manager of the National Bank stating the bank had no information that would lead them to believe or suspect that Mr. ...

    Article : 204 words
  59. THE HAYMARKET FIRE.

    Under the auspices of the Loyal Excelsior Lodge, N.I.O.F. (Marrickville branch) subscription lists were recently opened in Marrickville in aid of the relatives of Messrs. Clegg and Brett, who met their ...

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  60. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    At the Supreme Court to-day a man named George Anderson was charged with having shot his mate, Thomas Johnson, at Busselton, last month, after a drinking quarrel. Anderson was found guilty of ...

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  61. PROPOSED VISIT OF A NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALL TEAM.

    The New Zealand Rugby Union has decided to inform the New South Wales Union that there is no prospect of a New Zealand team visiting New South Wales before 1903, and to inform the Queensland ...

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  62. ARCHBISHOP KELLY.

    Archbishop Kelly, condjutor Bishop of Sydney, who come to Australia in the Omrah and proceeded overland from Adelaide to Melbourne, continued his voyage to Sydney to-day in the Omrah. During his ...

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