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  2. LATE DUKE OF SAXECOBURG.

    It is announced that, at the instance of her Majesty the Queen, the interment of the late Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Prince, Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh), which ...

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  3. ASSASSINATION OF KING HUMBERT.

    News from Rome states that Bressi, the anarchist who assassinated King Humbert, has admitted that he was designated to commit the crime. ...

    Article : 129 words
  4. The War in South Africa.

    With regard to the surrender of General Prinsloo and a portion of his force in the vicinity of Fouriesburg, near the eastern boundary of the Orange River Colony, a ...

    Article : 143 words
  5. Situation in Peking.

    Information has now been received that Dr. G. E. Morrison, the "Times" correspondent at Peking, who was recently reported to have been murdered at that place, ...

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  6. WOOMBYE SHOW.d

    In the history of Woombye, yesterday was undobtedly a red-letter day, and one which will long Le reme[?]bered by the resident[?] who rolled up in goodly [?]mbers to witness ...

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  7. THE HEALTH BILL.

    Mr. FOXTON, In moving the second reading of this bill, referred to the criticisms as to the want of organisation in health matters as scarcely fair to the Central Board ...

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  8. COMMENTS OF THE "TIMES."

    In an article commenting on the present situation in China, the "Times" declares that it now rests with the Powers to make the Chinese Government understand that ...

    Article : 101 words
  9. TREATMENT OF POLITICAL ASSASSINS.

    In a message of condolence sent to Italy by Lord Salisbury, the Premier, and Lord Kimberley, leader of the Liberal party in the House of Lords, in connection with the ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. WEST AUSTRALIAN REFERENDUM.

    Mr. Throssell, Minister for Lands, who was one of the anti-federal leaders, in the course of an interview to-day, said he woul loyally accept the unmistakable ...

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  11. DEATH OF MR. ALFRED JOSEPHS.

    Mr. Alfred Josephs, a prominent Australian bookmaker (known as the "Victorian Leviathan"), died suddenly at the Hotel Cecil, in London, yesterday, from ...

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  12. MINISTERS DECLARED SAFE.

    The Viceroy Li Hung Chang has announced that an Imperial decree was issued on the 28th July, declaring that the foreign Ministers at Peking were then safe. ...

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  13. THE ADVANCE ON PEKING.

    It is announced that Lord Salisbury, the British Premier, M. Delcasse, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, and the Hon. John Hay, United States Secretary of State, ...

    Article : 116 words
  14. OPERATIONS IN THE TRANSVAAL.

    Information has been reserved that the Boers removed the rails from the line near Frederickstad, and a supply train was in consequence derailed, with very serious ...

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  15. THE CAPE CABLE SCHEME.

    Mr. Warren, manager of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company, has asked if the Government are likely to reopen negotiations in regard to the Cape cable. He ...

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  16. ANOTHER REPORT.

    M. de Cartier, the Belgian Charge d'Affaires at Shanghai, has telegraphed a report stating that the Europeans at Peking have taken refuge in the inner Imperial ...

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  17. EXPLOSION ON A STEAMER.

    On the arrival of the Norwegian steamer Nordfarer it was reported that an explosion of naphtha had taken place on the voyage between Adelaide and this port. A ...

    Article : 139 words
  18. THE A.M.P. SOCIETY.

    The result of the ballot of policy-holders In the Australian Mutual Provident Society on the question of the extension of the society's business operations was publicly ...

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  19. DESPATCH FROM SIR C. MACDONALD.

    The British Commander at Tak[?] has announced the receipt of a despatch from Sir Claude MacDonald, the British Minister at Peking, dated 25th July, in which he ...

    Article : 60 words
  20. COLONIAL REVENUE RETURNS.

    The consolidated Revenue of New South Wales for the month just closed totalled £778,385, showing a decrease of £25,106 as compared with the returns for the ...

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  21. ASSISTANCE FROM THE COLONIES.

    The volunteers from the naval forces for service in China will be drafted into four companies of fifty men each, and when the officers are selected each company will have four allotted to it, ...

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  22. AN AMERICAN REPORT.

    The "Chicago Record" publishes a message alleged to have been received from Peking, and dated the 21st July, which states that all the Legations, with the ...

    Article : 134 words
  23. BOERS LONGING TO SURRENDER.

    Reports from the Transvaal state that the Boers in the Middleburg district, to the eastward of Pretoria, are longing to surrender to the British authorities, and they ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. THE BREELONG MURDERERS.

    Although a large number of police and civilians, including some expert white and black trackers, are at work searching for the Breelong murderers, the blacks are ...

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  25. RETURNING QUEENSLANDERS.

    The following are the names of the invalid Queensland soldiers from South Africa who are returning by the Persic, which is now between Albany and Adelaide, on her way ...

    Article : 84 words
  26. KRUGER'S PAPER MONEY.

    It is stated that the enforced paper currency issued by (President Kruger since his flight from Pretoria has ruined numbers of the burghers, who are in consequence ...

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  27. A BRISBANE MOTOR CAR.

    The recent meeting held at Longreach with the object of forming a company to undertake the carriage of goods in the West by means of traction engines, brings the ...

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  28. A MINING FATALITY.

    It is feared that two men have lost their lives through a sudden rise of water in the Great El Dorado mine at Gaffney's Creek. James Paton and John Tisdale were at ...

    Article : 135 words
  29. MESSAGE FROM DR. MORRISON.

    The "Times" this morning publishes a long message received from Dr. Morrison, its correspondent at Peking, dated 21st July, in which he describes the unwavering ...

    Article : 446 words
  30. BUNDABERG RACES.

    The races to-day were poorly attended, owing to the unfavourable weather. The course was very sloppy, and three horses came down in the Second Hack Handicap, ...

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  31. KRUGER'S LATEST ATTEMPT.

    Reports are to hand that President Kruger is now trying to concentrate the various Boer commandoes at Lydenburg, which place is connected by telegraph with Nelspruit (a ...

    Article : 111 words
  32. BY THE A[?]ERDEEN.

    The steamer Ab[?]r[?]een arrived from South Africa to-day with eighty invalided soldiers on board. Among the number are twenty-nine, for Queensland, three of them ...

    Article : 201 words
  33. GUNBOAT PROTECTOR ACCEPTED.

    The Premier stated in the legislative Assembly this afternoon that he had received a cable message from the British Admiralty, stating that they had reconsidered their decision regarding the offer ...

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  34. SOUTHERN SPORTING.

    The following scratchings are announced:- Melbourne Cup.—Auric and Medal. Caulfield Cup.—Dutch Admiral, Auric, and Medal, ...

    Article : 28 words
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  37. COLONIAL CASUALTIES.

    Private J. W. Harrison, of New Zealand, is reported to be missing at Rietvall. Corporal W. Stinson and Private E. Osborne, of New South Wales, were slightly ...

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  38. MELBOURNE BETTING MARKET.

    Odds of 10 to 1 are offered on the field for the Caulfield Grand National Hurdle Race, Rosemount, Aquarius, Valdis, and Crysalite all figuring at that price; while at the Victorian Club to-night 100 to ...

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  39. THE SHOW.

    Of the show itself, fruit was the strong point. In this respect, competent judges averred it was one of the best ever held in the colony. The display of oranges was ...

    Article : 278 words
  40. NEW ZEALAND INVALIDS.

    The invalided soldiers who returned from South Africa by the steamer Karamea arrived to-day, and were given a hearty reception by the public. They were ...

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  41. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

    The "Cape Argus" publishes the statement that the Boers have shot an Englishman named Cooper for having destroyed a bridge on the Delagoa Bay railway line. ...

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  42. THE QUEENSLAND CONTINGENTS.

    It is understood that the following, are the members of the Queensland contingents now serving in South Africa who have been recommonded by his Excellency the ...

    Article : 148 words
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  44. THE BRITISH PRISONERS.

    Replying to a question in the House of Commons last night regarding the British prisoners who were removed to Nooltgedacht from Pretoria when the latter place was ...

    Article : 77 words
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  46. HAY WANTED FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    Our Wellington correspondent wires, under yesterday's date:—The Premier announced in the House of Representatives to-day that the Imperial authorities had cabled, asking if the colony could ...

    Article : 52 words
  47. COST OF THE WAR.

    Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Chancellor of the Exchequer, stated in the House of Commons last night that the total cost of the war in South Africa up to the present ...

    Article : 42 words
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  51. THE HOSPITALS INQUIRY.

    The commission recently appointed by the Government to inquire into the treatment of the sick and wounded in the military hospitals in South Africa has been taking ...

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