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  2. PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker took the chair at half-past 4 o'clock. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. The PREMIER in reply to Mr. Norton, ...

    Article : 1,671 words
  3. Meeting of Hetton Miners.

    The Hetton, Wickham and Bullock Island, and West Wallsend miners' lodges held meetings last night to consider the minutes of the last meeting of the ...

    Article : 1,471 words
  4. TRANSVAAL WAR

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Boers in the Middelburg district are longing to surrender, and are only deterred from doing so by the menaces of the ...

    Article : 70 words
  5. WAR IN CHINA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Dr. Morrison, the "Times" correspondent, who was believed to have been killed, is now reported as slightly wounded, and is ...

    Article : 549 words
  6. INTERNATIONAL NEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—In expressing coudolence in the House of Lords last night with Italy and its people upon the assassination of the King, ...

    Article : 48 words
  7. W. and B. Island Miners.

    A meeting of the Wickham and Bullock Island miners was held at the Terpsichore Hall, Islington, last evening. Mr. J. Middleby, sear., occupied the chair, and there ...

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  8. Further Anarchist Arrests.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Bressi has admitted that he had been designated to commit the crime. The police have arrested Quinltavlli and Lana, two ...

    Article : 74 words
  9. The Condition of the Hospitals.

    LONDON, Thursday.—During the inquiry into the condition of the hospitals, Lieutenant C. Lee, New South Wales, and Captain Thompson, First ...

    Article : 129 words
  10. The Death of the Duke of Edinburgh.

    LONDON, Thursday.—In a Court circular, the Queen states that she is much soothed and touched by the expressions of sympathy received by her ...

    Article : 85 words
  11. Legislative Council.

    The President took the chair at 4.30. On the motion of Mr. HUMPHERY, the Richmond Vale Cood Mine Railway Bill was referred to a [?] committee for ...

    Article : 446 words
  12. Death of Mr. Alfred Josephs.

    LONDON, Wednesday—Mr. Alfred Josephs, the Victorian bookmaker, died at the Hotel Cecil yesterday, the cause of death being apoplexy. ...

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  13. Surrender of 1200 Boers.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Lord Roberts reports that 1200 more Boers have surrendered to General Hunter, who expects that his total will be 4000. The ...

    Article : 73 words
  14. VICTORIA THEATRE.

    Having had five nights' successes with "The Irishman," Mr. J. B. Fitzgerald's Royal Dramatic Company made the first change in their bill last night, when they ...

    Article : 485 words
  15. A Railway Tampered With.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The enemy removed the rails near Frederickstad. A supply train was in consequence derailed, and the driver and 12 of the ...

    Article : 61 words
  16. Kruger at Lydenburg.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Kruger is trying to concentrate commandos at Lydenburg, which is telegraphically connected with Nelspruit, and ...

    Article : 41 words
  17. The Naval Contingents.

    Four companies have been armed and equipped at Fort Macquarie, and yesterday morning was occupied in rifle and bayonet drill, in fell marching order. Instructor ...

    Article : 282 words
  18. TREATMENT OF BRITISH PRISONERS.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Mr. G. Wyndham, Under-Secretary for War, stated in the House of Commons last night that the health of the British prisoners ...

    Article : 48 words
  19. The Latest Chinese Edict.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Li Hung Chang announces that an Imperial decree issued on the 28th declares that the foreign Ministers are safe in Pekin. ...

    Article : 33 words
  20. AN ENGLISHMAN SHOT BY BOERS.

    LONDON. Thursday.—The "Cape Argus" states that the Boers shot an Englishman named Cooper for destroying a bridge on the Delagoa ...

    Article : 28 words
  21. Opinion of the "Times."

    LONDON, Thursday.—The "Times" says that it now rests with the Powers to make China to understand that she will be held fully responsible for ...

    Article : 82 words
  22. STOCKTON MINERS.

    At a special meeting of the above lodge, held last night, it was resolved, by 29 votes to 26, to reject the delegate board minute favouring acceptance of the ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. COST OF THE WAR.

    LONDON, Thursday.—In the House of Commons yesterday, Sir M. Hicks-Reach, Chancellor of the Exchequer, stated that the cost of the war up to ...

    Article : 33 words
  24. INDIAN FAMINE FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 49 words
  25. NEW SOUTH WALES CASUALTIES.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Corporal W. Stinson and Private E. Osborne, New South Wales, were slightly wounded in the Bethlehem district. ...

    Article : 22 words
  26. THE VOTING POWER OF THE LODGES.

    Now that the acceptance of the proprietors' offer rests with the district lodges, it will not be out of place to explain that a decision of each lodge carries with it one ...

    Article : 324 words
  27. THE MINERS' CONGRESS.

    The International Miners' Congress, which has been sitting in Paris—although representative of France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, and Great ...

    Article : 231 words
  28. The Advance on Pekin.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Lord Salisbury, M. Deleasse, and Colonel Hay are agreed as to the urgency of an immediate advance. ...

    Article : 80 words
  29. "WE KEPT THE FLAG FLYING."

    Were the patriotic words uttered by that brave gentleman and gallant soldier General Sir George White, V.C., when addressing his war worn warriors at the ...

    Article : 244 words
  30. BLUE JACKETS FETED IN ADELAIDE.

    The Premier had a big surprise for Parliament to-day, when he announced receipt of the following cablegram:—"Owing to matters of Imperial moment her Majesty's ...

    Article : 204 words
  31. WITH BULLER IN NATAL.

    To-day we continue Mr. W. A. Squire's (our war correspondent in South Africa) interesting account of General Buller's great movement which culminated in the ...

    Article : 99 words
  32. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
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