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  2. FEDERAL POLITICAL NOTES.

    This week's proceedings in the House of Representatives should be more interesting than those of last week. Although the Distillation, Postal and Legal Process Bills still ...

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  3. RUSSIA AGGRESSIVE.

    Indian telegrams report that Russian influence in Persia, exercised specially in connection with the rights of customs control granted some months ago by the Shah, is ...

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  4. CHINA AND THE POWERS.

    Shanghai telegrams report that great indignation is felt by the European residents, there at the manner in which the Chinese Imperial Court has dealt with the British ...

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  5. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    On Saturday afternoon, at the town hall, Sir J. Quick and Mr. J. H. M'Coll, M's.P., had a conference with a number of vignerons regarding the provisions of the Distillation ...

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  6. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    The Salvation Army claims to be a "move on" organisation, and certainly its career in Australasia has been one of continued progress. It marks the eras in ...

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  7. THE BOER GUERILLAS

    A train conveying British troops, proceeding from Waterval to Hamman's Kraal, 28 miles from Pretoria, on the railway line to Pietersburg, has been blown up by ...

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  8. GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The "Daily Chronicle" to-day states that it is extremely probable Sir Joseph West Ridgeway, G.C.M.G., who has been Governor of Ceylon, since 1895, will be ...

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  9. AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS IN LONDON.

    Sir A. Clarke, as an experienced military man, is among those who think that Australia could scarcely pay too high a price for the skill and Judgment which will be ...

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  10. THE CAPE RAIDERS.

    A small raiding commando, numbering 150 men, has traversed the Phillipstown district, north-east of De Aar, and has penetrated to Strydenb[?]rg, 60 miles distant. ...

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  11. A BALKAN OMEN.

    Alarmist statements with respect to the situation in Europe, especially in connection with the presumably disturbed Balkan peninsula, are made in leading Vienna ...

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  12. "VERY CHEAP AT THE PRICE!"

    Mr. Rudyard Kipling declares in his latest poem published in the "Times" this week, that what the war has taught concerning the deficiencies of the British Army is ...

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  13. RUSSIA AND THIBET.

    The Moscow correspondent of the "Times" corroborates the Shanghai reports that Russia is consolidating her influence in Mongolia, and is establishing closer relations with ...

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  14. NO OFFICIAL CONFIRMATION.

    No official communication has been received regarding the reported appointment of Sir J. W. Ridgeway as the Governor of New South Wales. The Premier ...

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  15. CAPTURE OF A LAAGER.

    Major F. S. Garratt, D.S.O., of the 6th Dragoon Guards, reports having surprised a Boer l[?]nger in the vicinity of Losberg, in the Potchefstroom district of the Transvaal, and ...

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  16. FRANCO-RUSSIAN NAVAL AGREEMENT.

    The London "Express" further, asserts that the alliance between France and Russia, has been extended so far as to include joint naval construction. It Is alleged that ...

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  17. ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN CRICKET.

    Mr. A. C. MacLaren continues to encounter serious difficulties in his endeavors to secure a strong English cricket team for his visit next month. It is now announced that Mr. ...

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  18. S. ALLSOPP AND SON LTD.

    The committee of experts appointed by the great brewery company of S. Allsopp and Son Limited, of Burton-on-Trent, to inquire into the position of the company, ...

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  19. TAKEN BY AUSTRALASIANS.

    Major Garratt's column, which successfully surprised a Boer la[?]ger near Losberg, comprised Queensland Bushmen and New Zealand Roughriders. The prisoners taken ...

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  20. THE CZAR'S TOUR.

    The Emperor of Russia and the Czarina Alix, with their children, have sailed from St. Petersburg for Copenhagen, on a brief visit to the King of Denmark. The Czar ...

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  21. EXECUTION OF REBELS.

    In pursuance of the policy recently adopted by the British authorities in the guerilla infested districts of Cape Colony of punishing with salutary severity rebels ...

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  22. MILITARY PAY COMMITTEE.

    The committee appointed by the Minister of Defence to devise a scheme of pay for the Commonwealth troops which should abolish, allowances and yet ensure a decent ...

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  23. DENATURATION OF WINES.

    The denaturation by the health officers of Mr. Deravin's wine at Bendigo has obscured in the public mind the fact that Mr. Deravin is not the only wine grower or merchant ...

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  24. STEEL TRADE COMBINES.

    As was announced a few days ago, the business of Crawshay Bros., iron and steel manufacturers and colliery owners, of Cyfartha, Merthyr Tydvll, South Wales, is ...

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  25. RAND MINES RESUMING.

    An addition has been made to the number of Rand mines on which work has been resumed. The requisite supplies of native labor having been secured by the joint action of ...

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  26. AN AUSTRIAN MISSION.

    With respect to the approaching visit of the Czar Nicholas to France and Germany, it is announced that Count Lamsdorff, the Russian Foreign Minister who will attend ...

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  27. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    Mr. C. B. Fry, the brilliant Sussex batsman, whose form has been exceptionally good this season, concluded another fine innings to-day against Kent, on the Brighton ...

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  28. NAVAL AND MILITARY YEAR BOOK.

    Just before the second meeting of the military commandants was held in Melbourne the suggestion was made in "The Age" that the conference should consider ...

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  29. BOER INGRATITUDE.

    The kindness with which the Boer prisoners of war are being treated in the Bermudas has it appears been very much misunderstood by them. The prisoners have ...

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  30. DISCUSSION AT BENDIGO.

    Regarding the statement by the Premier that Mr. J. T. Deravin was offered the opportunity to have his vineyard declared a bonded store, that gentleman denies that ...

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  31. THE CZAR AND KRUGER.

    It is reported that Dr. Leyds, Mr. Kruger's European "envoy," has made an attempt to utilise the forthcoming visit of the Emperor of Russia to France for the ...

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  32. A NEWFOUNDLAND SYNDICATE.

    The formation of a mammoth Newfoundland company with a capital of £5,000,000 is announced. The object of the syndicate is to acquire all the properties which Mr. ...

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  33. AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES.

    The War Office reports that the following casualties to members of the Fifth Contingent have occurred in an engagement in the Hlobane Mountains, near Vryhcid, in the ...

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  34. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    Mr. See wishes to emphasise the fact that he is doing all he can to expedite a decision in regard to the selection of a site for the Federal ...

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  35. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    At the Ballarat East police court on Saturday the deputy returning officer, Mr. H. Josephs, J.P., formally declared Mr. E. Morey re-elected a member of the ...

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  36. NEW STEAMER FOR AUSTRALIA.

    Messrs. Huddart, Parker and Co., of Melbourne, have placed an order with Messrs. Gourlay Bros. and Co., of Dundee, for the construction of a new steamer for the ...

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  37. THE MYRTLEFORD TRAGEDY.

    The Coroner's inquest concerning the death of Henry Coiney, the man who was last week shot dead by Constable Anderson in self-defence, was held yesterday. A ...

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  38. A WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ILL.

    Captain Alfred Brown, of the Fifth Western Australian Bushmen, is dangerously ill with enteric fever. ...

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  39. THE AMERICA CUP.

    Mr. T. W. Lawson, owner of the new yacht Independence, which he had specially built at Boston in connection with the coming America Cup race, and who challenged ...

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  40. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir, The statement by the Premier last night that I had refused the option of retaining my wine in bond is absolutely without foundation, and must have been made by ...

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  41. ROADS IN OMEO SHIRE.

    The article on the Highway to the Australian Alps, which appeared in a recent issue of "The Age," has been favorably commented upon in this district, as it gives ...

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  42. SUPPLEMENTARY CASUALTY LIST.

    The War Office has issued a supplementary casualty list, in which the omissions in previous returns, as ascertained by careful checking of the medical records and army ...

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  43. THE FEDERAL FLAG.

    The awards in connection with the Federal flag and seal competitions have been made, and the reports of the judges are now in the hands of the Secretary for the ...

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  44. NORTHERN PROVINCE.

    On Saturday at noon Mr. S. H. M'Gowan, J.P., the returning officer for the Northern province, formally declared Mr. Geo. Simmie re-elected to the Legislative Council. ...

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  45. THE LONDON MARKETS.

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  46. MILLIONAIRES WAGERING.

    Spirited offers of wagers on the result of the America Cup race are being made by several American millionaires, who are laying the odds of 5 to 3 on the Constitution, ...

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  47. RETURNING TO THE WAR.

    Mr. N. Wise, son of Mr. M. M. Wise, J.P., of Avoca, has joined Baden-Powell's South African mounted police, and leaves Victoria by the steamer Moravian on Wednesday. ...

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  48. BOURKE WEST ELECTION.

    Mr. W. A. Watt, ex-Postmaster-General, has been requested by a number of electors in various parts of the West Bourke district to contest the vacancy, caused by the death ...

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  49. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    AVOCA. Corporal Morris, who returned with the last contingent from the South African war, was welcomed home by the residents of Moonambel in the State school, and presented with a valuable ...

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  50. REVENUE RETURNS.

    The revenue for August showed a large increase on that of the previous month. It totalled £291,663, as compared with £242,833 in August last year. The customs and excise ...

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  51. SYDNEY TRAMS.

    Speaking at Lockhart yesterday, Mr. O'Sullivan, Minister of Works, intimated that the Railway Commissioners intended to give a trial to the system of running an ...

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  52. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Jacob Gaudaur, the champion sculler of the world, is a slightly better favorite in the betting than George Towns, of New South Wales, the champion of England, for ...

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  53. THE SHEARING SEASON.

    The shearers who struck at Yanga, near Balranald, recently are still on strike. They threaten to hold out until shearing in Victoria commences. The men are fighting ...

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  54. THE BENDIGO EXHIBITION.

    The Government has offered to the Zeehan committee for the Bendigo exhibition the spending of £100, provided that the Zeehan committee invites other mining centres ...

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