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  2. STATE POLITICS. THE FINANCIAL QUESTION.

    One subject on which questions will be asked when Parliament meets next week is as to tho exact state of the finances, and it is stated in Parliamentary circles that queries are being framed with a view of ...

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  3. SECOND EDITION] FIRE AT MORTLAKE.

    At an early hour this morning a fire occurred in a four roomed weatherboard cottage m Edwin-street, Mortlake. The Burwood, Ashfield, Marrickville, and Leichhardt Brigades were quickly in attendance, but ...

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  4. THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE CONDUCT OF THE CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. St. John Brodrick, Secretary of State for War, stated in the House of Commons that the "Daily Mail's " description of Lord Ritchener's intentions in connection with the ...

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  5. SPECIAL CABLES. FROM THE "HERALD'S" LONDON CORRESPONDENTS.

    Owing to Anglo-Russian differences in regard to the payment of the indemnity by China the negotiations are at a deadlock. The Chinese have consented to the Itailian ...

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  6. COMMONWEALTH NOTES. IN THE SENATE.

    In the Senate this afternoon Senator O'Connor, replying to Senator Stewart, gave some interesting information as to the cost of several items in connection with the sittings, of Parliament. The average weekly ...

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  7. MR. HOLMAN, M.L.A., ENTERTAINED.

    A complimentary social was tendered to Mr. Holman, M.L.A., last night in the Excelslor Hall. There was a very large gathering. The Mayor was in the chair, and in presenting an address to Mr. ...

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  8. FIRE AT GLEBE POINT.

    At an early hour this morning a tire was discovered in a dwelling-house occupied by Mr. Gui scott, at No. 17 Wigiam-road, Globe Point. The Globe Volunteer Fire Brigade was quickly on the scene, ...

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  9. BOER PROTEST AGAINST THE EXECUTIONS.

    General Louis Botha has protested to Lord Kitchener against the execution of rebels by the British. ...

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  10. DEPARTURE OF TROOPS.

    Reuter's agency reports that the order for the departure of the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry Regiment from Tientsin has been countermanded, and that the strength of the British ...

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  11. CAPE RAIDEERS.

    Eighteen of the 31 prisoners (most of whom were rebels) captured in Commandant Scheeper's laager at Camdeboo, Cape Colony, have been sent to Graaff Reinet, ...

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  12. VICTORIA.

    The Rev. S. Theodore Marshall, of Edinburgh, the commissioner of the Church of Seetland to the Presbyterian Church of Australia and Tasmama, arrived by the Omrah this morning. He has arranged to ...

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  13. FIRST STATE ELECTION.

    Last night n banquet was given by the Mayor of Annaudale (Alderman Allen Taylor) in the Colonnade Hall, Annandale, to celebrate the first State election. The Mayor presided, having on his right the State ...

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  14. BOER PROCLAMATION.

    A Boer proclamation at Losberg authorises Boers to surrender in batches, to get recruits at the refugee camps, and then to rejoin the commandos. ...

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  15. BRITISH POLITICS.

    In a remarkable letter to the City Liberal Club, Lord Rosebery, declaring that he will never voluntarily re-enter party politics, states that tho cleavage in the Liberal party is ...

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  16. THE REITZ CAPTURES.

    Among the prisoners captured at Reitz in addition to those already announced were Mr. Brebner, secretary of the Boer Treasury; Mr. Acton, Director of Telegraphs; and ...

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  17. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    Sir J. L. Bonython (S.A.) presented to the House of Representatives this afternoon a petition from South Australian shipowners who objected to certain clauses of the Inter-Stats Commission Bill. ...

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  18. THE REFUGEE CAMPS.

    In the House of Lords Lord Raglan, Under-Secretary for War, stated that the Government was sending a committee of ladies to report on the refugee camps in ...

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  19. THE CANTERBURY ELECTORATE.

    Last night there was a large gathering at the Enfield Hall, when Alderman T.F.H. Mackenzie, M.L.A., the recently elected member of Parliment for Canterbury, entertained his local committee and ...

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  20. QUEENSLAND.

    Mrs. Hannayaee, residing at Cairns, was reported plague-stricken on Monday night, and was removed to the quarantine station. In all branches of trade where timber is required ...

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  21. HORSES AND MULES.

    A shipment of 2300 horses has left New Orleans, U.S.A., for South Africa. Large purchases of mules have been made in the United States. ...

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  22. UNITED STATES.

    Advices received at New York state that the strikers at three of the subsidiary companies of the Steel Trust at Pittsburg, who number 100,300, are playing for high ...

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  23. MRS. SCHALK BURGER.

    The wife of Mr. Schalk Burger, the acting Boer President, has been taken to Pretoria. ...

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  24. STATE PARLIAMENTS. VICTORIA.

    In the Assembly the Premier told Mr. Graham that he was considering the advisability of amending the law so as to ennble Victorian auctioneers to take out licenses in New South Wales. The Premier told ...

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  25. "OUIDA" AND OLIVE SCHREINER.

    The novelist " Ouida " (Miss Louise de la Ramee) in the " Daily News " pleads the cause of Olive Schreiner (Mrs. Cronwright), whom she represents as being imprisoned in a ...

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  26. CHANGES IN THE CROWN LAW DEPARTMENT.

    Keepecting proposed changes in the Department of Justice and the office of the Attorney-General, "Juridieus" writes that misgivings, are entertained by many members of the community with respect to ...

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  27. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Last night while the steamer Corowa was proceeding down the Murray River, a few miles from the Murray Bridge, a dock hand, a young man named Watchow, fell overboard and was drowned. ...

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  28. CASUALTIES.

    Corporals H. H. Hutchinson and N. M'Coy, of the Victorian Mounted Infantry, were severely wounded at Bethel. Private W. Newland, of the New South ...

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  29. FRANCE.

    The Polish Countess Olzewsky, with the object of seeking to attract attention, fired a shot at M. P. B. Baudin, the French Minister for Public Works, whom she mistook for M. ...

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  30. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Vincent,of the London " Times" and Mr. Le Sags, of the London "Daily Telegraph," arrived to-day. They were met at the station and welcomed by the Mayor. Subsequently they were accorded a ...

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  31. SIXTH IMPERIAL BUSHMEN.

    The Imperial Bushmen's reception commutee met last night to arrange final details of tho public welcome to be given to the contmgent to-morrow night at the Town Hall. It has been arranged that the ...

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  32. LIBEL ACTION.

    The "Daily Mail" has been ordered to pay £2500 damages for stating that Miss Hettie Chattel, the actress, was the mother of Miss Rosie Boote. The evidence showed that ...

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  33. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Assembly the debate on the Address in Reply was resumed by Mr. Browne, leader of the Opposition.He held that the late Treasurer was mainly to blame for the existing depression, in ...

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  34. NEW ZEALAND.

    A bill to control the exportation of arms was read a second time to-day in the Legistative Assembly. It is specially directed against the export of arms to the Pacific Islands. ...

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  35. ALDERMAN OAKES'S COMMITTEE.

    On Tuesday Alderman C. W. Oakes, M.L.A., entertained his election committee at Sinnott's Town Hall Hotel, Paddington. There was n large gathering. Those present included Alderman W. F. ...

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  36. CRICKET.

    Mold the cricketor, who was recently noballed by Phillips, has written a letter to the press stating that 19 umpires are willing to testify that his delivery was fair. Export ...

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  37. ERADICATION OF THE RABBITS.

    Respecting the rabbit plsgue Dr. Andrew Ross writes from Parliament House:—"The above question is probably one of the most important and perplexing problems that the newly-slected Sate ...

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  38. THE LABOUR PARTY.

    Mr. Richard Sleath, M.L.A., addressed a large meeting in the Town Hall last night, and dealt particularly with the recent dissensions in the Labour party. He was well received. ...

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  39. TASMANIA.

    A barque, supposed to be the Leif, from Durban, cbartered by Messrs. Gray Brother to load piles for Dover, was sighted off Adventure Buy this morning, and at 4 this afternoon was off Wedge Island. ...

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  40. A DOUBLE SUICIDE.

    Miss Ida Yeoland (who was Miss Evelyn Millard's understudy in " The Adventures of Lady Ursula"), and Miss Edith Yeoland (a member of the company now playing ...

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  41. ELECTION ANALYSIS.

    With regard to the analysis of voting in tho late election, as given in the "Herald," it is worthy of note that Shoslhaven voted higher than any other electorate in the Sate. There are 2012 voters on the ...

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  42. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Parliament will be opened to-morrow. It Is understood there is no opposition to the Han. J. L. Stirling as President of the Legislative Council in succession to Senat[?] Sir R.C. Baker. ...

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  43. COLONEL LASSETTER.

    The following cablegram was received by Mrs. Lassetter yesterday from Colonel Lassettor:— "Arrived Zesrust all well. Expect to reach Klerksdorp on July 19." ...

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  44. WOOL SALES,

    At the sales to-day the market was firm, and there was strong competition. July 17. At the wool sales yesterday the following ...

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  45. MR. R. G. D. FITZGERALD'S APPOINTMENT.

    Mr. R. G. D. Fitzgerald's appointment to the Legislative Council has given general satisfaction throughout Robertson, all the representative residents being greatly pleased at the Government's ...

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  46. THE FLOCK TRADE.

    With reference to certain evidence given before the Royal Commission from Victoria which is inquiring into shops and factory legislation, relating to the flock trade, Dr. Tidswell, of the New South Wales Health ...

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  47. TROOPS FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    In view of the number of inquiries being received as to the prospects of service in South Africa, the Government have opened un communications with the Imperial authorities to learn what is required by Lord ...

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  48. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Assembly was engaged yesterday in a debate on the Loan Bill, which was not concluded. On a motion by Mr. Connor the management of the railways was discussed. Charges were said by the mover ...

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  49. THE TALLOW MARKET.

    At the auction sales of Australasian tallow held to-day 1625 casks were offered and 500 casks were sold. Prices of all kinds were unchanged. ...

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  50. BANQUET TO MR. W. W. YOUNG, M.L.A.

    A complimentary banquet was tendered last night to Mr. W. W. Young, member for Balhurst, by his supporters. The Mayor, Alderman W. J. Macphillumy, occupied the chair, and about 90 persons were ...

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  51. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Australian racehorse Clean Sweep, the winner of the Melbourne Cup, 1900, has arrived in good condition. Clean Sweep, who was purchased by Mr. W. ...

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  52. WHEAT.

    Wheat, exbarqe Lola, from Geelong March 25, sold at 27s 10½d per quarter. ...

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  54. MILITARY COMMANDANTS' REPORT.

    The report of conference of military commandante, with the dra[?]t of the Defence Bill prepared by them, was laid on the table, of the House of Representatives yesterday. It shows that the ...

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