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  2. THE CRISIS IN THE FAR EAST.

    Telegrams from Tien Tsin, the port of Pekin, state that the secret conference at Port Arthur of M. Lessar. General Kuropatkin and Admiral Alexieff with the chief ...

    Article : 161 words
  3. THE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS.

    Investigations into the damage done by last night's earthquake reveal the fuel that it is much more extensive than on the occasion of the former shock, three months ...

    Article : 816 words
  4. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Hague correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" states that Mr. Louis Botha, who was commander in chief of the Boers in the war, is about to visit Holland ...

    Article : 163 words
  5. THE POPE'S ILLNESS.

    The bulletins issued by the Pope's physicians on Tuesday indicated that in spite of the bad night the venerable patient had passed he still retained a certain ...

    Article : 112 words
  6. FEDERAL POLITICAL NOTES.

    For four days the House had listened to scores of its naval experts talking in confident and technical terms of the defensive requirements of the Commonwealth--first ...

    Article : 1,625 words
  7. THE KING'S IRISH VISIT.

    The date of the visit of King Edward and Queen Alexandra to Ireland has been fixed, and a bank holiday for the county and city of Dublin has been proclaimed on ...

    Article : 269 words
  8. RETIRED ARMY OFFICERS.

    In the House of Commons last night Lord Stanley. Financial Secretary to the War Office, in reply to a question, said he was aware that in two instances Imperial ...

    Article : 114 words
  9. RUSSIA AND KOREA.

    The "Cologne Gazette," an influential West German paper, states that at the instance of England and Japan, the Korean Government has demanded the withdrawal ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. THE SENATE.

    The chief feature of the Senate yesterday was the prescu[?]e of the Vice-President of the Council. When Mr. O'Connor took his place in the plush covered arm chair at ...

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  11. FURTHER BOTHA CHARGES.

    Mr. Leonard Courtney, formerly M.P. for Bodmin, has sent to the "Times" a violently hostile letter written by Mr. Louis Botha to "a friend in England." This letter ...

    Article : 217 words
  12. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Prince of Wales yesterday went down by special train from London to Cornwall, to attend, as Duke of Cornwall, the opening of the nave of Truro ...

    Article : 76 words
  13. BRITISH WAR MEMORIAL.

    The Emperor Nicholas of Russia, who is honorary colonel in chief of the Royal Soots Greys (2nd Dragoons) has sent a subscription of £500 to the fund which has ...

    Article : 58 words
  14. JAPAN'S CASUS BELLI.

    Advices from Pekin state that it is understand there that Japan would regard a continuation of the Russian encroachments on Korea, at the Yalu, as a casus belli. ...

    Article : 35 words
  15. THE AUTO-CAR BILL.

    The second reading was yesterday carried in the House of Lords of the Government bill to empower county and municipal councils to authorise and control ...

    Article : 95 words
  16. THE COMMONWEALTH OPENING PICTURE.

    H.R.H. the Prince of Wales has given several sittings to Mr. Tom Roberts, the Australian artist, who is painting the historic picture of the opening of the ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. AMERICA'S TRADE INTERESTS.

    Mr. Conger, the united States Ambassador at Pekin, has gone to New-chang, the southern commercial port of Manchuria, to investigate the situation with respect to ...

    Article : 44 words
  18. MR. BARACCHI'S OPINION.

    Although the earthquake was not, as far as is known, felt by any person in Melbourne, the seismograph at the Melbourne Observatory recorded the shock, the time ...

    Article : 555 words
  19. A SYDNEYSIDE "SQUATTER."

    Detective Sergeant M'Manamny, hurried along Lonsdale-street yesterday afternoon, and, catching up with a comfortable looking white-haired old gentleman who was ...

    Article : 622 words
  20. LORD MILNER DESPOTIC.

    Mr. Louis Botha has been interviewed on the subject of his complaints. He declared that the criticisms of the English newspapers on his Heidelberg ...

    Article : 161 words
  21. RUSSIA AND AMERICA.

    As Russia has announced that she will punish the perpetrators of the outrage on the Jews at Kishineff, President Roosevelt has decided not to ...

    Article : 105 words
  22. BRIDGING A RUSSIAN STRAIT.

    The Russian Minister of Finance has accepted the principle of a scheme for the construction of a bridge across the Strait of Yenikale, in the ...

    Article : 76 words
  23. FIRE ON A STEAMER.

    The fire which broke out in the hold of the steamer Karamea while lying at the Albert Docks, thus delaying her departure for Australia, destroyed nearly 1000 tons of ...

    Article : 46 words
  24. AMERICAN RULE AT MANILA.

    The American official who holds the office of Collector of Customs at Manila has excluded from landing in the Philippine Islands a British clerk sent to join the ...

    Article : 97 words
  25. CAPE ELECTIONS CAMPAIGN.

    Dr. Leander Jameson, member for Kimberley in the Legislative Assembly of Cape Colony, has been chosen leader of the Progressive party, and he made his first ...

    Article : 126 words
  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The latest news received from Berbera with respect to the Somali expedition states that active operations against the Mollah are not likely o be resumed until October, ...

    Article : 217 words
  27. SHARP SHOCK AT PORT FAIRY.

    A severe shock of earthquake was experienced last night about 8.30 o'clock, and many of the buildings shook, causing people to rush into the street. A rehearsal ...

    Article : 196 words
  28. AMERICA'S GERMAN TRADE.

    American trade returns show that the exports of "packed" or tinned provisions for the United States have during the past year decreased £5,000,000 in Value. This ...

    Article : 61 words
  29. THE ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM.

    The Marylebone club has invited the Lancashire captain, A. C. MacLaren, to join the team now being chosen by the club for a visit to Australia under the captainship ...

    Article : 236 words
  30. BRITISH LOCOMOTIVES.

    Further information has transpired with respect to the success of a Glasgow engineering firm in securing a contract for 20 locomotives for the Canadian Pacific ...

    Article : 71 words
  31. GIDDINESS AND NAUSEA CAUSED.

    A distinct shock of earthquake was felt here last night at 8.30, and many persons indoors were greatly alarmed, and in some cases experienced giddiness and nausea. ...

    Article : 61 words
  32. PROFESSOR GREGORY'S OPINION.

    Professor Gregory, who has been making inquiries into the cause, was in Ballarat today, and was interviewed by "The Age" representative as to the probable causes of ...

    Article : 498 words
  33. HOUSES ROCKING AT KOROIT.

    A severe shock of carthquake was felt here last night about 8.30 o'clock. Houses rocked, windows rattled, and hanging lamps swayed violently, while the bells in ...

    Article : 93 words
  34. ORANGE DEMONSTRATION.

    The 12th of July celebrations were continued by the local Orange lodges in the Masonic Hall this evening, when a monster tea, followed by a public meeting, was ...

    Article : 401 words
  35. THE CANADIAN RAILWAYS.

    Mr. Andrew Blair, the Canadian Minister of Railways, has resigned his portfolio, owing to the fact that the Grand Trunk railway of Canada is running parallel to ...

    Article : 59 words
  36. EXPORT OF PRODUCE.

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  37. EFFECTS IN PENSHURST DISTRICT.

    A slight earthquake shock was experienced at 8.30 last evening, and was distinctly felt by a number of residents. The shock, which was accompanied by a ...

    Article : 151 words
  38. THE MOAT FARM MURDERER.

    Ex-Sergeant Dougal, of the Royal Engineers, the perpetrator of the Moat Farm murder, was hanged this morning. Dougal, who had previously pretended ...

    Article : 51 words
  39. THE LONDON MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 325 words
  40. SMALL-POX IN TASMANIA.

    The small-pox patient. Wm. Bracken died at the isolation hospital to-night. His had been regarded as a bad case from the first. Another case, that of a young girl ...

    Article : 52 words
  41. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 118 words
  42. A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATOR.

    Among the passengers by the R.M.S. China, which reached Fremantle yesterday, was Mr. J. Darling, M.H.A. of South Australia. In an interview he said there was ...

    Article : 164 words
  43. THE COPE COPE VOLCANO.

    In connection (with the earthquake shocks, a statement of interest to seismologists is made by Mr. J. M. Erhart, of Dandenong. In 1878 he was taking a team ...

    Article : 712 words
  44. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    P. and O. Co.'s R.M.S. Rome arrived Plymouth, from Australia, 13th inst. F.M.S. Australian, homewards, reached Marseilles 13th. ...

    Article : 23 words
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