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  2. WIST INDIES DISASTER.

    It is reported that 50,000 people, are homeless in the island of St. Vincent, as a consequence of the eruption of the Soufriere volcano. ...

    Article : 119 words
  3. THE BOER WAR.

    Advices received from Pretoria by bo[?] the "Times" and the "Daily Mall" are less reassuring as regards the results of the deliberations of the conference now ...

    Article : 102 words
  4. KING ALFONSO OF SPAIN.

    In connection with the ceremonies attaching to the coming of age and accession to the throne of King Alfonso XIII. of Spain, who attained his legal majority ...

    Article : 204 words
  5. CABLE MESSAGES.

    Some interesting details in connection with the Anglo-Chinese agreement regarding the control of the northern railways of China, which has been signed at Peking, ...

    Article : 264 words
  6. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    The following team has been selected to represent Leicestershire in the match with the (Australian cricketers, which is to commence at Lolcester to-day:—De Trafford, ...

    Article : 168 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN INTERESTS.

    Discussing Lord Hopetoun's resignation, of his appointment as Governor-General of the Australian Commonwealth, the "Pall Mail Gazette" considers it would be nothing ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. GREAT BBITAIN.

    The Right Hon J. Chamberlain, in a speech delivered at Birmingham on Saturday evening, referred to the commercial policy of foreign nations and their ...

    Article : 90 words
  9. QUEENSLAND.

    The result of the appeal cases against the Land Court's decision with retard to V[?]k, Strathmore, and Dunbar brought by the Bank of New South Wales, was a total reduction in the first ...

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  10. RESCUE FROM AN ABANDONED SHIP.

    The steamer Drayton Grange, from Brisbane and other Australian ports, has arrived at Durban, in Natal, and reports having picked up a boat from the barque ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. THE BANK-NOTE FORGERIES.

    The six men, Henry Davenport, Thomas Brown, Friedman Levey, Thomas Gibbons, Morris Freeman, and Alfred Hurley, who were charged with uttering forged £5 ...

    Article : 54 words
  12. VAN DIDMEN'S LAND COMPANY.

    The Van Diemen's Land Company has declared a dividend of 10s. per share for the past year, and carried forward a sum of £252. ...

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  13. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

    SYDNEY, May 19.—Arrived: Glaucus, from Devonport; Weymess Bay, ship, from Port Elizabeth; Oswestry Grange, s., from Durban; Mildura, s., from ...

    Article : 76 words
  14. EPIDEMIC BOARD.

    A special meeting of the Administrative Committee of the Epidemic Board was held yesterday morning, principally to consider applications for the post of assistant ...

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  15. SURRENDER OF JACK HINDON.

    Jack Hindon, the notorious train wrecker, has surrendered to the British authorities at Balmoral, in the Transvaal. ...

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  16. THE MARTINIQUE DISASTER.

    Reports from Martinique state that fifteen violent detonations, accompanied by Vivid lightning, were experienced there early on Saturday morning. ...

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  17. IRRIGATION AT BUNDABERG.

    At a largely-attended meeting of the Chamber of Commerce to-night, Mr. J. White's motion to approuth the Woongarra and Barolin Divisional Boards with a view ...

    Article : 315 words
  18. RESUMED DUTY.

    The following colonial officers, who had been invalided, are now convalescent and have resumed duty:- Lieutenant H. R. Richards, of the 9th ...

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  19. PLOT AGAINST THE KING.

    A plot against King Alfonso is reported to have been discovered in Madrid. Gabriel Lopez, an insurance company's messenger, was arrested, and nine dynamite ...

    Article : 82 words
  20. NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Hon. J. Leahy (Queensland Minister for Railways), accompanied by some of the officers of his department, visited the Tweed Heads on Saturday after inspecting ...

    Article : 135 words
  21. SWEDISH STRIKE ENDED.

    News from Sweden states that the strike which was organised by the Socialists in support of the claim for universal suffrage, and which had become general, all trades ...

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  22. SAILED FOR ENGLAND.

    Lieutenant J. F. Hawinks, a West Australian officer, has sailed from South Africa for England. ...

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  23. AUTOMOBILE RACE.

    The automobile road race from Paris to Arras and back was won by M. Farman, who drove his Panhard motor with alcohol, and averaged a speed of forty miles an ...

    Article : 40 words
  24. A NEWSPAPER SUPPRESSED.

    A Spanish newspaper wnich published a manifesto by Don Carlos, the Legitimist Protender to the throne ot Spain, emphasising the loss of the Spanish colonies, has ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. MR. SEDDON WELCOMED AT DURBAN.

    The Right Hon. R. J. Seddon, Premier of New Zealand, who is on his way to England to attend the Coronation ceremonies, arrived at Durban, in Natal, ...

    Article : 164 words
  26. TICK INSPECTION.

    Messrs. Bartlett, Daley, and Walker, the delegates from the Tweed and Lsmore Stock Board, who have been appointed to visit the tick-infested centres in Southern ...

    Article : 62 words
  27. A NEW RUSSIAN LOAN.

    The London "Daily Telegraph" an nounces that, after the return of M. Loubet, the French President, from his visit to the Czar at St. Petersburg, a ...

    Article : 53 words
  28. MOUNT GARNET LINE.

    Messrs. Willcocks and Overend, contractors for the Mount Garnet line, left for the South to-day, having completed the contract. The time for the completion of the ...

    Article : 91 words
  29. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    It was reported to the health authorities in Saturday morning that a Chinaman named Ah You, who died suddenly on Friday evening, suffered from plague. The ...

    Article : 106 words
  30. THE MURDER OF M. SIPYAGHIN.

    Balschanett, the Russian student who assassinated M. Sipyaghin, Russian Minister of the Interior, on the 15th April, has been hanged. ...

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  31. BOARD OF WATERWORKS.

    The ordinary meeting of the Brisbane Board of Waterworks was held in the board's office yesterday morning. There were present: Messrs. J. Hardgrave ...

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  32. GERMANY AND AMERICA.

    To commemorate the occasion of the recent visit of Price Henry of Prussia to the United States, and the great reception accorded to him, the Emperor William of ...

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  33. IRRIGATION AT FAIRYMEAD PLANTATION.

    In connection with the bores recently put down at Fairymead, concerning which a paragraph appeared in our last issue (says Saturday's "Bundaberg Star"), we ...

    Article : 288 words
  34. "THE SORROWS OF SATAN."

    Mr. George Musgrove's English Dramatic Company will open a season at His Majesty's Theatre to-night in Somerset's adaptation of the works of George Augustus ...

    Article : 574 words
  35. TEACHERS FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Imperial Government recently communicated with the Federal Premier, asking that forty lady teachers should be appointed to work for twelve months in ...

    Article : 213 words
  36. MR. CARTWRIGHT'S DETENTION.

    The War Office has informed the Right Hon. John Morley that Lord Kitchener thinks it unnecessary to further detain Mr. Cartwright, late editor of the "South ...

    Article : 353 words
  37. REVOLT IN FRENCH INDO-CHINA.

    The correspondent of the London "Daily Mail" at Bangkok, the capital of Siam, states that it is reported there that 20,000 Lao natives in French territory, on the ...

    Article : 47 words
  38. THE NERANG-TWEED RAILWAY.

    The Minister for Railways (Hon. J. Leahy), with the Aoting Railway Commissioner (Mr. Thallon), and the Engineer-in-Chief for Railways (Mr. Pagan), ...

    Article : 299 words
  39. PROMOTION OF A QUEENSLANDER

    Nows from the seat of war brings the announcement of the promotion of Captain M. A. T. Bell to the rank of major, and his appointment to the important post of ...

    Article : 339 words
  40. SYDNEY, MAY 19.

    The sentence of death passed upon Charles Henry Lukins for the murder of Mrs. Batirte has been commuted to penal servitude for life. ...

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  41. A DERELICT SHIP.

    On arrival at Fremantle this morning, the steamer St. Mary, bound from Algoa Bay to Fremantle (Captain A. Scott), reported having run across a disabled ship about ...

    Article : 350 words
  42. THE FEDERAL FORCES.

    The fifth battalion of the Commonwealth Horse was inspected, to-day by General Hutton, the Federal Commandant, who, in addressing the troops, took occasion to ...

    Article : 211 words
  43. DEPARTURE OF THE CUSTODIAN.

    The transport Custodian left the Pinkenba Wharf sharp at 6 o'clock yesterday morning, with the assistance of the tug Beaver. There was no demonstration on ...

    Article : 52 words
  44. PRAYERS FOR RAIN.

    Sir,—My opinion is that "Thinker," in your Friday's issue, is barking up the wrong tree when he attributed the seeming non-success of the above requests to ...

    Article : 285 words
  45. THE DIVORCE LAWS.

    The Technical College Literary and Debating Society held its usual fortnightly meeting on Saturday evening last at the college rooms, Ann-street. Mr. J. T. ...

    Article : 234 words
  46. HELMETS AND SUN HATS.

    B. Mountcastle and Sons have an Australian reputation for Helmets and Sun Hats Beware of imitations of their standard gooda. Quaid's Patent Kapri ...

    Article : 138 words
  47. NEW FARM SCHOOL CONCERT.

    A concert to raise funds for the removal of the debt on the New Farm school will be given at the Protestant Hall, Ann-street, on Wednesday, evening, under ...

    Article : 181 words
  48. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.

    Charles Gilbert does not pretend to give something for nothing but he does claim to give the best value obtainable in the Commonwealth in Tailoring, Mercery, or ...

    Article : 118 words
  49. SULKS. SILKS. SILKS.

    Special purchnse.—6200 yards of 21in. Japanese Silk, in white, cream, and all leading shades, usual price 1s. 3½d., our price 10½d. T. C. Belroe and Co., Valley. ...

    Article : 115 words
  50. BOYS KNICKERS.

    A Job lot of Lined Tweed Knickers, Sizes, 1 to 10, 1/11 and 2/6 per pair. T. C. Beirne & Co., the Valley. Smoke YANKEE DOODLE Tobacco. ...

    Article : 48 words
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