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  2. THE BOER WAR.

    A force of 600 Boers driving a herd of cattle rushed the British outposts at Bothasberg on Sunday night, with the object of breaking through the British lines. ...

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  3. CABLE MESSAGES.

    The Hon. H. Copoland, Agent-General far New South Wales, in the course of an interview, stated that the War Office, in order to insure a supply of suitable remounts ...

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  4. THE PREMIER IN THE NORTH.

    The Premier accompanied by a large party from Cairns, arrived here this evening, and in conjunction with Mr. J. Lyons, who is opposing Mr. Givens for the Cairns ...

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  5. THE FAR EAST.

    In connection with the indemnity to be paid by China to the Powers. Germany is now seeking to recover 10,000,000 taels for losses that were not included in the ...

    Article : 93 words
  6. GREAT BRITAIN.

    His Majesty King Edward was present at the Kempton Park race meeting yesterday, and saw Ambush win the Stand Steeplechase. ...

    Article : 38 words
  7. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the Senate to-day, Mr. O'Connor moved that henceforth during the present session, unless otherwise ordered; Tuesday in each week be a sitting day of the Senate, and ...

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  8. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    In the Senate to-day, Mr. Dobson (Tasmania), moved the adjournment of the House to discuss the visit to the Federal Capital sites. He took exception to the ...

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  9. ENVOY TO THE POPE.

    The Earl of Denbigh is being sent by his Majesty King Edward as a special envoy to the Pope to congratulate his Holiness on his Pontifical jubliee. ...

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  10. INFLUENZA AMONG MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    Influenza is now extremely prevalent in London, and twenty-five members of the House of Commons are at present laid up With the complaint. ...

    Article : 54 words
  11. GERMANY'S ATTITUDE.

    It has been announced by the official Press in Berlin that Germany intends to maintain her parity of position at Shanghai and on the Yang-tsze-kiang River, and will ...

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  12. NETHERLANDS CONSUL IN SYDNEY.

    His Majesty the King has formally approved of the appointment of Mr. Resch as Consul for the Netherlands in Sydney. ...

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  13. THE POSITION IN IRELAND.

    Mr. George Wyndham, Chief Secretary for Ireland, in a speech delivered at Dover last night, dealt principally with the situation in Ireland, and said it was the duty ...

    Article : 105 words
  14. LORD CHARLES BERESFORD ON THE NAVY.

    Rear-Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, lately second in command on the Mediterranean station, speaking at a meeting of the United Service Institution last night, ...

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  15. PLAGUE AT SHANGHAI.

    It is reported from Shanghai, the principal commercial port of China, that two deaths from bubonic plague have occurred there. ...

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  16. KING'S ACCESSION OATH.

    At a meeting of Roman Catholics held at Capetown, resolutions were passed protesting against the terms of the King's accession oath. ...

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  17. LORD ROSEBERY AT GLASGOW.

    The Earl of Rosebery is announced to deliver a speech at. Glasgow on the 10th March. ...

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  18. PERSONAL.

    Our special correspondent with the Premier wired from Cairns that the Premier arrived there yesterday morning, and left in the afternoon. He spoke at Mareeba ...

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  19. PRINCE HENRY IN AMERICA.

    Prince Henry of Prussia has become a great favourite in America, and is engaged in a round of endless festivities. President Roosevelt accompanied Prince Henry ...

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  20. SMALLPOX IN LONDON.

    There are now 1350 cases of smallpox under treatment in London, and sixty-four deaths from the disease occurred last week. ...

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  21. AFGHANISTAN AFFAIRS.

    News from India states that the Ameer Habibullah's agent at Simla and the Ameer's postmaster at Peshawur have been recalled on account of alleged ...

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  22. BRITISH CONVOY CAPTURED.

    Information has been received of a sharp engagement in the south-west of the Transvaal. A force of Boers from another district suddenly appeared to the ...

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  23. REGISTRATION OF MIDWIVES.

    A bill providing for the registration of midwives passed its second reading in the House of Commons last night. ...

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  24. THE TONBRIDGE MURDER.

    A young man named Harold Apted has been convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of a little girl named Frances Eliza O'Rourke, at Tonbridge, near ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. AUSTRALIAN FLOUR FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The War Office is inviting tenders for 500 tons of Australian flour for Durban for orders. ...

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  26. BREAKING THROUGH THE BLOCKHOUSE LINE.

    News is to hand that a party of Boers made an attempt to cross the line of blockhouses to the eastward of Tafelkop in the nortlh-east of the Orange River Colony. ...

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  27. SOUTHERN SPORTING.

    The following are the final acceptances for the Australian Cup, to be run at the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting on Tuesday next, 4th March:— ...

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  28. ARGENTINE MEAT FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The steamer Fifeshire Js now loading frozen mutton at the River Plate (Argentine) for South Africa for the new contractors for the army supplies, and she will ...

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  29. THE LAUNCHING CEREMONY.

    The New York correspondent of the "Daily Mall" reports that there was an immense crush of spectators at the ceremony of launching the German Emperor's ...

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  30. GENERAL BEN VILJOEN.

    General Ben Viljoen who was captured near Lydenburg, in the north-east of the Transvaal, in January last, is to be sent to St. Helena as a prisoner of war. ...

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  31. CENTENARY OF VICTOR HUGO.

    A great celebration of the centenary of the birth of Victor Hugo, the famous French novelist (who was born on the 26th February, 1802, and died in 1885) is ...

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  32. FEDERAL MATTERS.

    The Prime Minister states that at a Cabinet meeting held this morning the question was discussed of appointing officers to command the troops in the several ...

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  33. BOER RECRUITS FROM CAPE COLONY.

    It is estimated that up to the end of November last Cape Colony bad furnished 11,300 recruits to the Boers, the Woodhouse district, (Mr. J. X. Merriman's ...

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  34. VICTORIA.

    A sad fatality is reworted from Glenburnie. Mrs. William Hammetit with her daughter, was driving to the spot where her husband and sons were at work when ...

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  35. THE GUEST OF MILLIONAIRES.

    Prince Henry of Prussia was the guest of Mr. Pierpont Morgan and 100. other American millionaires at luncheon yesterday, and he is to be entertained at a ...

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  36. A VISIT TO CANADA.

    The London "Dally Express" states that, on the tactful initiative of the German Emperor, Prince Henry will pay a visit to Canada before leaving America. ...

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  37. MILITARY MATTERS.

    Colonel Byron is expected to return to Brisbane on Monday next for the purpose of finally handing over his Queensland command to the officer next in seniority. ...

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  38. THE UNIVERSITY FRAUDS.

    Frederick Thomas Jamies Dickson. late accountant of the Melbourne University, who was convicted on a charge of fraud was sentenced to-day to five years' hard ...

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  39. MELBOURNE BETTING MARKET.

    The card for the Newmarket Handicap was read to-night. Drawbridge was supported to the extent of £2000 at 8 to 1 and 6 to 1; 80 to 10 was (booked about Aurous; ...

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  40. DULWICH HILL SHOOTING CASE.

    Charles Henry Lukins and Mrs. Rachel Baikio, the victims of the Dulwich Hill shooting affair, are still in a critical stato. Mrs. Baikie is not expected to recover; ...

    Article : 276 words
  41. PLAGUE IN SYDNEY.

    Two additional cases of plague were discovered to-day, and several suspected cases are under observation. Alfred Falkner, a coachman, residing in Windsor-street, ...

    Article : 269 words
  42. OVERLAND PASSENGERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 108 words
  43. DR. MAXWELL RETURNING TO BRISBANE.

    Mr. Kingston, being still detained in Adelaide through his son's filness, has been unable to keep his appointment with Dr. Maxwell, which was for the purpose of ...

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  44. "ALICE IN WONDERLAND."

    the sojourn, of the fairy pantomime "Alice in Wonderland" at His Majesty's Theatre is drawing to a close. As a pantomime this production more than fulfils ...

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  45. THE ROXANA DISASTER.

    The following additional subscriptions have been received for the benefit of Mrs. Beard, whose husband was drowned in the accident that overtook the sailing boat ...

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  46. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

    SYDNEY, February 27.—Arrived: Barrabool, s., South Australian, s., and Adelaide, s., from Brisbane; Ben Dearg, ship, from Liverpool. Sailed: Buninyong, s., ...

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  47. WOUNDED BY A MAUSER BULLET.

    In the Petrie-terrace school ground about noon yesterday, James Bryant, aged 12, of Guthric-street, Paddington, was playing with a Mauser cartridge which his fathe ...

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  48. A BEASTLY NUISANCE.

    This was the remark of a man who paid a long price for a badly-fitting suit. It was his own fault; if he knew enough to get out of his own way he would have gone ...

    Article : 144 words
  49. GIVEN AWAY,

    One extra pair of Trousers free with every Suit to measure from 50s. A splendid range of Suitings in fashionable colours just to hand. J. Pond, Queen-street only. ...

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  50. FASHIONABLE GREASE-PROOF HATS.

    B. Mounteastle and Sons, Hat Manufacturers and Importers, are celebrated throughout the whole of Australia for Fashionable Hats—silk Hats, Stiff Felt ...

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  51. IN THE MATTER OF

    Fashionable blue and white stripe suitings, consult A. Neuman, Tailor and Mercer, who now holds the largest assortment of these goods in Queensland. Also ...

    Article : 97 words
  52. THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Bonython asked if Major-General Sir E. Hutton in stating in Adelaide that he would consult the States with regard to ...

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  53. BRISBANE NORTH ELECTION.

    Committee Rooms, Elizabeth-street. Telephone 1342. Vote for Cameron and Forrest. Smoke EMPIRE Tobacco. ...

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  54. THE CORSET WINDOW

    At T. C. Beirne and Co.'s, the Valley, is well worth a visit of inspection. Corsets to suit every figure at special sale prices. Smoke EMPIRE Tobacco. ...

    Article : 61 words
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