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  2. THE COMMONWEALTH

    LONDON, Saturday, Night. — Herr Paul Von Buri, of Sydney, has been gazetted German Consul-General for Australasia. ...

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  3. SOUTH AFRICA

    LONDON, Friday Night. — The local Dutch are pleased with the appointment of progressive Afrikanders in the Transvaal civil courts. ...

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  4. AUSTRALIA'S FIRST FEDERAL TARIFF

    Viewed in the light of our present day experience, it will be of some interest to note the state of opinion on this subject in 1887, when the colonial ...

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  6. THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT

    SYDNEY, Saturday. — The name of Mr J. M. Chanter (Protectionist member for Riverina) has been added to the list of candidates for the position of ...

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  7. THE BOERS LOSE HEAVILY.

    LONDON, Friday Night. — The Kimberley-column fought an action between Jacobsdal and Kalbfontein with the Boers, who lost heavily. ...

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  8. TASMANIANS SURPRISED.

    LONDON, Friday Night. — One well concealed Boer surprised six Tasmanian Bushmen near Petersburg. Lieutenant Walters and Sale Were killed with two ...

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  9. MEETING OF THE CABINET.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday. — The Federal Cabinet sat for two tours this morning, all members being present except Sir George Turner and Mr Barton. ...

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  10. MINING

    QUEENSTOWN Sunday — A development has taken place at the Jukes Congo's which should well reward those of its shareholders who have been paying calls ...

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  11. A FIGHT AT DEWETSDORP.

    LONDON, Friday Night. — Colonel Monrs and Bethune's Mounteds had two hours hard fighting with the Boers near Dewetedorp. ...

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  12. RUSTENBURG RELIEVED.

    LONDON, Saturday Night.— A strong convoy has reached Rostenburg, which has been loosely invested by the Boers since January. Nine hundred of ...

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  13. LONGFORD RAGES

    There was a moderate attendance at the autumn meeting of the Longford Racing Club on Saturday. The weather was favorable, the course in splendid order, and the ...

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  14. NOTES BY "FREELANCE"

    The Easter vacation has precluded much business in stocks and shares, but the market has reopened with a healthy all-round feeling and a decidedly better inclination ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES.

    LONDON. Saturday Morning. — Troopers Williams and Lewis, of the Victorian Bushmen, were severely wounded at Pietersburg. ...

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  16. BOERS SENT TO PRETORIA.

    LONDON, Saturday Morning. — The inhabitants of Nylstroom, to the north of Pretoria, have been sent to the capital. ...

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  17. APPOINTMENT OF THE PARLIAMENTARY STAFF.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Mr Barton conferred yesterday afternoon with Messrs. Blackmore and Jenkins concerning the offices requisite for the proper ...

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  18. CHINA

    LONDON, Saturday Morning. — The "Standard" reports that on Wednesday Chang Chih Tung will review 20,000 foreign drilled troops, who are ready ...

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  19. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS

    MELBOURNE, Saturday. — The returning-officer states, that about 10,000 informal rotes were given in connection with the recent Senate elections. An ...

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  20. EPSOM RACES.

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  21. GREAT BRITAIN'S POLICY.

    LONDON, Saturday Morning.—"The Times" correspondent at Shanghai states that Viceroy Liukingui has received a letter from the British Government, ...

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  22. THE SYDNEY DIVORCE CASE

    A meeting of citizens was held in St Francis Xavier's school-room yesterday afternoon in reference to the recent divorce case in Sydney, in which Rev. Dr. ...

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  24. THE CLAIMS OF RUSSIA.

    LONDON, Saturday Morning. — The "Daily Telegraph" states that Russia claims expenses for maintaining 123,000 troops in China, and losses in connection ...

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  26. DR. M'CALL AT ULVERSTONE.

    Sir,—I am sorry to trouble yon with corrections of your rather lengthy report of my Ulveratones meeting. I know how these errors creep in, the ...

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  27. SPORTING

    The annual meeting of the City Football Club will be held at the Royal Hotel on Thursday evening next. Owners' attention is directed to the ...

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  29. GOLF

    Some 200 people accepted the invitation of the Tasmanian Golf Club, and attended She opening of the club's new links at King's Meadows on Saturday afternoon. ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN SPORTING

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—The autumn meeting of the Australian Jockey Club was concluded to-day at Randwick in fine weather. There was a large attendance. Some ...

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  31. DEVONPORT

    At the Devonport police court on Saturday morning, before Mr P. C. Maxwell, a man named F. Forrest, alias Scotty, was fined 10s or three days' ...

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