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  2. WAR IN CHINA.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Li Hung Chang yesterday announced that no messages could go to the Legations, owing to the allies advancing. ...

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  3. INTERNATIONAL NEWS.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Queen, in thanking the Coburg Municipality for their address of sympathy, said their heartfelt condolence would help and ...

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  4. Ministers on Tour.

    The Premier and the Chief Secretary, with Messrs. Phillips, O'Connor, Spruson, M'Donald, Archer, Anderson, and Ferris, Ms.P., and Black, M.L.C., arrived at ...

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  5. With Buller's Column in the Transvaal.

    Immediately after General Buller joined hands with General Clery's division at Lang's Nek, I embraced the opportunity, obtained the necessary authority from ...

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  6. The Naval Contingent.

    On Saturday night Commander Gardner entertained the members of the Naval Brigade and their friends at the Lyceum Hall, the social being given to mark the departure ...

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  7. TRANSVAAL WAR

    LONDON, Friday.—Commandant Liebeberg, on July 31, sent a flag of truce to Major-General Smith-Dorien, commanding the 19th Brigade, near ...

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  8. Funeral of the Late Prince.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The route of the Prince of Wales to the obsequies of the late Prince Alfred was changed at the last moment, owing to the fear of an ...

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  9. Another Boer Surrender.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Boers continue to surrender in large numbers to the British. A force of 750 Boers, in addition to those previously reported, ...

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  10. Prince of Wales' Assailant.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Belgian Government have replied to the representations of the British Government, stating that Sipide was entitled to ...

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  11. A Russian Success.

    LONDON, Saturday.—A force of Russians stormed Sansin, capturing twenty-five guns, including fourteen Hotchkiss. Their casualties were. ...

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  12. Assassination of King Humbert.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Bressi, the murderer of the King of Italy, remarked to the police that within two months all would be "free and equal," and that ...

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  13. Cape Colony.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Mr. Schriener, the ex-Premier of Cape Colony, anticipating a steady appeasement of the country, moved a new clause, enabling ...

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  14. Ministers Safe on the 30th.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Tsung-li-Yamen reports that the Ministers were safe on July 30, and were conferring with regard to the arrangements for ...

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  15. The Attack on the Shah.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Shah's assailant is named Francois Salson, an anarchist, who has been wanted for murder. Salson is a native of Aveyron. ...

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  16. WORK AT THE COLLIERIES.

    While there is such an enormous demand for coal, while the harbour is so full of shipping, and while the district is considering how to avert a crisis with the proprietors, it ...

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  17. Kruger and "Temporary" Concessions.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Mr. Chamberlain stated in the House of Commons last night that letters found at Pretoria, of a date anterior to the war, ...

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  18. Japanese Finances.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Japan has declined Britain's offer of financial assistance in the same friendly spirit in which it was prompted. ...

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  19. HIS VISIT TO ENGLAND ABANDONED.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Shah has abandoned his visit to England, ostenslbiy owing to the death of the Duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha. ...

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  20. The Surrenders to Hunter.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A total of 3348 Boers have now surrendered to General Hunter, along with 3046 horses and three guns. ...

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  21. MAIL STEAMERS TO CALL AT FREMANTLE.

    LONDON, Saturday—The Peninsular and Oriental Co.'s steamers call at Fremantle, commencing with the Himalaya. ...

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  22. The British Legation Safe on the 1st.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A resident of Weston-super-Mare has received a cablegram from his nephew in Pekin, stating that the British Legation was ...

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  23. Promise to Boers Who Hold Out.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A Reuter correspondent states that Botha and Kruger have circulated a statement to the burghers remaining in the field, that ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLES.

    The principal race at Goodwood meeting to-day resulted thus:—Mr. Douglas Baird's b c Mazagan, by Martagon— Maize, 4yrs, 1; Mr. J. W. ...

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  25. On the Way from Tientsen

    LONDON, Sunday.—Thirty thousand Boxers are concentrated a few miles north of Tientsin. It is believed that they will open the canal, in order to ...

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  26. The Boers Derail a Train.

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Boers derailed and burnt a train at Honingspruit, though flying the Stars and stripes, as the American ...

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  27. The Chinese Court.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Chinese Court is sending the Pelki Palace treasures to the old capital at Shantoo. ...

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  28. The British in Magalisberg.

    LONDON, Sunday.—It is officially announced that General Hamilton has ejected the enemy from Magalisberg, taking several prisoners. One of them ...

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  29. VICTORIA THEATRE.

    Arrangements have been anode by the Royal Dramatic Company to again produce the popular drama "The Irishman" at the Victoria Theatre this and to-morrow ...

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  30. Wholesale Massacres.

    LONDON, Sunday.—A refugee, who has reached Tientsin from Pekin, states that 2000 Imperial troops massacred 15,000 native converts at ...

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  31. DEPARTURE OF THE MEN.

    The men going on active service left for Sydney by the afternoon train yesterday. During the day the departing bluejeckets were the guests of their fellow brigadesmen, ...

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  32. Corrupt Portuguese Officials.

    LONDON, Sunday.—The Portuguese Government has dismissed all the Customs and railway officials at Delegoa Bay, owing to their dealings in ...

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  33. DIFFERENTIAL RAILWAY RATES.

    With reference to the deputation which waited upon the Railway Commissioners on Thursday from the Newcastle district relative to a bylaw recently introduced in regard ...

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  34. Seymour and the Viceroy of Nankin.

    LONDON, Sunday.—Admiral Seymour has exchanged friendly visits with the Viceroy of Nankin. The latter has agreed to the landing of 3000 ...

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  35. DEATH IN HOSPITAL.

    LONDON, Saturday.—Private J. kirkland, of the New South Wales Mounteds, died form dysentery at Bloemfontein. ...

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  36. DROWNING FATALITY AT WEST WALLSEND.

    Between 9 and 10 o'clock yesterday morning a man named John Allen reported to Constable Duffield, stationed at Cockle Creek, that he had found ...

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  37. MISSING.

    LONDON, Saturday.—West Australians, S. Reid and J. B. Campbell, are missing at Vredefort. ...

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  38. Army Contract Scandals.

    LONDON, Friday.—The War Office Contracts Commission in its report exonerates the officials, but urges stricter inspection. ...

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  39. NEWCASTLE CITY BAND.

    In the Newcastle rotunda yesterday afternoon the Newcastle City Band gave an afternoon's performance, and gave half the proceeds towards the Indian Famine Fund, his ...

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  40. SEND-OFF TO SUB-LIEUTENANT GILLAM.

    On Saturday night Sub-Lieutenant O. W Gillam, who is proceeding, to China with the naval contingent, was given a send-off by a number of friends at the Great Northern ...

    Article : 216 words
  41. STEAM-SAVING SPECIALTIES.

    There is probably not a steam user anywhere who has not been told at different times of the notable economies that he might effect if he would only adopt the ...

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  42. THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND FAIR

    The Fancy Fair at the Masonic Hall in aid of the Indian Famine Relief Fund was brought to a conclusion on Saturday night. When accounts are ...

    Article : 192 words
  43. Advertising

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