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  2. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    In commenting upon the selection of Sir William Lyno by the Earl of Hopotoun to form the first Federal Government, neither the " Times " por the " Daily News " ...

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  3. THE TRANSVAAL

    Further particulars continue to be received of the reverse which Major-General Clements suffered near Krugersdorp. The hills of the Megaliosberg are strewn ...

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  4. SECOND EDITION

    The Konoowarra, from Sydney, which arrived at Brisbane to-night, reports having picked up the steamer Meto, of the Gorman New G[?]nea line, with her engines disabled. She towed the Moto into ...

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  5. SUPPLIES FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The following cable was received by the Premier yesterday from the Agent-General:—" Referring to your telegram of 14th instant, War Office accepts offer 200,000lb. corned beef or mutton, Rosewarne, ...

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  6. GRIEVE MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN.

    At Watson's Bay to-morrow afternoon the Minister for Defence, Mr.John See, will unveil a drinking fountain erected in honour of the late Lieutenant Gideon J. Grieve. Major-General French, ...

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  7. DEATH FROM PLAGUE AT ROCKHAMPTON.

    A boy named Olsen, aged 5 years, died suddenly this morning at his father's residence. Rockhampton. A post-mortem examination showed that the cause of death was plague. The boy went to bed last ...

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  8. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    Sergeant Livingstone and Trooper Dickson, who have returned from South Africa, arrived on Saturday night at 10 o'clock, and were met on the wharf by a large crowd of people from the town and ...

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  9. THE FEDERAL MINISTRY.

    It was to be taken for granted that the colleagues of the Prsmier would quite agree that the right and coustitutional course had been adopted by the Governor-General in summoning Sir William Lyne ...

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  10. RAINS IN QUEENSLAND.

    A message from Hughenden states that storms are becoming more numerous. One yesterday gave Colibah selection, eight miles from Hughenden, 75 points; but there was only a slight shower locally. ...

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  11. THE VICTORIA CROSS.

    The London "Standard " of November 14 contains the following extract from the " London Gazette.": —" War Office, November 13.—The Queen has been graciously pleased to signify her intention to confar ...

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  12. COMMANDANT DELAREY.

    Commandant Delarey, with 1500 men, is now near Major-General Clements. ...

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  13. ORMOND PROFESSORSHIP.

    It was thousht that finally had been [?]ouched in the Marshall Hall case by the action of the University Council in definitely appointing Mr.Franklin Peterson as Ormond Professor of Music, but the ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. "INDEPENDENCE OR DEATH."

    The Boers are wearing medals engraved, " Independence or Death." ...

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  15. FURTHER REFERENCE BY MR. REID, M.L.A.

    Speaking at a dinner given by the Mayor-elect of Sydney at the Town Hall last night Mr. Reid, M.L.A., who was one of the guests, said in response to a toast: With reference to the ...

    Article : 296 words
  16. REVIVAL OF BOER ENERGY.

    The rccentspurts of Boer energy in making attacks on British positions are attributed to the comparative inaction of General Lord Kitchenor, who, before making fresh ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. TURKEY.

    The Sultan of Turkey's persistent attempts to secure the Powers' assent to a Mussulman mission to the Mohammedans in China have failed. ...

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  18. MINING.

    The Golden Gate Nos. 3 and 4 South has had a slough clean-up of 687 tons of stone for 1929oz. of [?]old, valued at £5234. The sum of £4000 has been divided amongst shareholders. The crushing is ...

    Article : 65 words
  19. LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL.

    The London County Council has resolved to promote a bill imposing taxation on ground values. ...

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  20. SIR WILLIAM LYNE'S COMMISSION.

    The two morning papers take differant views in regard to the Governor-general sending for Sir William Lyne. The " Argus " regards Lord Hopetoun's choice as a great surprise and expresses ...

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  21. A PROBABLE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE.

    This afternoon the Premier (Mr. F. W. Holder) received a message from Sir William Lyne stating that be desired to consult him, and asking him to come to Sydney at once. Mr. Holder left by this ...

    Article : 153 words
  22. RAIDERS IN CAPE COLONY.

    Reports from Cape Colony as to the presence of Boer raiders are minimised in official circles in London; but it is admitted that several isolated groups of Boers have ...

    Article : 46 words
  23. CHINA.

    China has explained, in answer to the warning of France, that the movemont of Chinese troops in the direction of the Indochina frontier is for the purpose of ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Large pigeon lofts for military purposes have been established at Aldershot, the Crystal Palace, and elsewhere. Dec. 20. ...

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  25. OPINION IN COMMERCIAL CIRCLES.

    The news that the Governor-General had entrusted Sir William Lyne with the duty of forming the first Federal Ministry was, early yesterday morning, a matter of profound surprise in comma[?]rcial ...

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  26. NEW SOUTH WALES SOLDIERS.

    An Artillery officer at the front in regretting the return of the First New South Wales Contingent declared that the men possessed every soldierly quality, and were ...

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  27. MR. W. M'MILLAN ON THE SITUATION.

    Mr. W. M'Millan was yesterday asked by a "Herald" reporter what his views were on the most recent federal developments. He said the position was a delicate one for him to make any ...

    Article : 445 words
  28. DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK.

    Sir John Gordon Sprigg, Premier of Cape Colony, has invited the Duke and Duchess of York to visit the Cape, believing that their visit will assist in realising pacification in ...

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  29. LADY HOPETOUN.

    Lady Hopetoun, who is accompanied by Captain Duff, A.D.C., is a passenger by the R.M.S. Rome, which arrived here to-day. Lady Hopetoun contracted a slight chill two days ...

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  30. VICTORIA.

    The disabled barque Moel Eilian returned to Hobson's bay at 1 o'clock this afternoon, in low of the Lady Loch, which steamer picked her up at 9 o'clock on Wednesday morning close to the ...

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  31. CHARGES AGAINST AUSTRALIANS.

    Mr. Bryn Roberts, M.P., who in the House of Commons charged some Australian troops with striking when they found that they were not to return home, has written a letter to ...

    Article : 107 words
  32. THE CELEBRATIONS.

    If attractive surroundings, comfortable quarters, and accessablity to modern improvements in camp he will conduce to the enjoyment of the troops which are to be quatered in the Royal Agricultural ...

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  33. THE VENEZUELAN BOUNDARY.

    Holland does not accept the award of the Paris arbitration tribunal as to the boundary between British Guiana and Venezuela as far as the Dutch frontier is concerned, and has ...

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  34. BOER PRISONERS.

    Six hundred Boers who had surrendered and who could not bear transportation have been transferred from the transport at Durban to the military camp at Ladysmith. ...

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  35. FRANCE.

    The French Chamber of Deputies passed the Amnesty Bill after an all-night sitting. A turbulent scene occurred upon Commandant Cuignet asserting that the forged ...

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  36. THE ORMUZ-ISMAILA COLLISION.

    The Court of Marine Inquiry sat again to-day and took further evidence boaring on the Ormuz-Ismaila collision. Alfred John Coal, commander of the Ormuz, said that if the Ismaila had taken the course ...

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  37. MR. KRUGER AT AMSTERDAM.

    Mr. Kruger, in defiance of the wishes of M. de Beaufort, the Dutch Minister for Foreign Affairs, has visited Amsterdam, where he received an ovation. Mr. Krnger is ...

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  38. OPINIONS IN POLITICAL CIRCLES.

    Ministerlalists, Oppositionists, and labour memebers who were spoken to yesterday in regard to the political situation were not disposed to adversely criticise the action of the Governor-General in "sending for " ...

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  39. GENERAL NEWS.

    Lioutenant Jackell, of the New Zealand Rough Riders, has obtained a commission in the Garrison Artillery. ...

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  40. NEW PEERS

    The Right Hon. G. J. Goschon (ex-First Lord of the Admiralty) and the Right Ho Sir M. White Ridley (ex-Home Secretary), who it was recently announced had been ...

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  41. ANOTHER NEW ZEALAND CONTINGENT.

    It is understood that the Cabinet will decide to send more men to South Africa. ...

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  42. MELIBOURNE VIEWS.

    The Melbourne run public being so frequently assured during the last few months that Mr. Rarton was to be the first Federal Premier, and that to him more than to any other man belonged the credit of ...

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  43. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S SOLDIERS.

    A month's pay from the date of discharge will be paid as a bonus to all returned officers, non-commissioned officers. and men who proceeded with the first and second contingents to South Africa and have ...

    Article : 67 words
  44. WRECK OF THE GNEISENAU.

    The Emperor William, in thanking Vice-Admiral Sir J. A. Fisher, Commander-in-Chief of the British Mediterranean Squadron, for sending assistance to the German ...

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  45. LATE PRIVATE T. C. ROBERTSON.

    Private Thomas Cunningham Robertson (New South Wales M.I.), who was killed in South Africa on November 21, was 31 years of age and a son of the late Mr. Robertson, solicitor (at one time a ...

    Article : 171 words
  46. R.M.S. ROME AT FREMANTLE.

    The R.M.S. Rome arrived from Colombo at 11.20 a.m. to-day. The passengers in the saloon are:- For [?]re[?]ntle: Mrs. S. Burt and 2 children, Miss Burt, Mr. Hewitson, Mr. R. S. Warlon. ...

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  47. DOCKERS' STRIKE AT ANTWERP.

    Dock 'labourers at Antwerp to the number of 13,000 have struck work. They insist on double pay when working on Sundays or at night. The employers offer a 50 per cent. ...

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  49. WELCOME TO TROOPER F. S. PORTER.

    T[?]oper F. S. Porter, of the New South Wales Mounted Rifles, who recently returned by the Harloch Castle from active service in South Africa, was tendered a welcome home by the members of the ...

    Article : 113 words
  50. SIR JOHN FORREST.

    It is rumoured here that Sir John Forrest has been offered a portfollio by Sir William Lyne, The P[?]mier will not make any statement. ...

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  51. OPINIONS FROM THE COUNTRY.

    When the news arrived last night that Sir William Lyne had been offred the first Federal Premiership there was much pleaseure expressed, and general satisfaction at this colony having the honour of ...

    Article : 667 words
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