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  3. Late War News

    The blue-book on the concentration camps in South Africa shows further that the Boer mothers have refused, and continue to refuse, to obey the doctors and nurses in the manage- ...

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  4. War News.

    Lord Kitchener, in recent despatches, mentions the good services of the following members of various colonial contingents and others:— ...

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  5. Asia Minor.

    Reports are to hand that 50 distinct shocks of earthquake have teen experienced at Erzeroum, in the north-east of Asiatic Turkey. Some of the shooke were 80 violent ...

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    Southern inconsistents arehorribly gnashing their teeth at the prospect of the abolition of lascars upon all boats under mail contract with Australia. They dolorously urge that ...

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  7. Gun Explosion.

    The court of inquiry held in connection with the recent bursting of, a gun on the battleship Royal Sovereign, one of the vessels of the Mediterranean. fleet,' by which several ...

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  8. Boxing Match.

    A boxing match for the heavy weight championship of the world, between James Jeffries and Gus Ruhlin, took place at San Francisco yesterday, and was won by ...

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  9. Reducing Numbers.

    Redds no the number of members of Parliament is a task so difficult and disagreeable that all Governments ever fear to face it. It is before as here; it is before the ...

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  10. Boer Leaders Banished.

    News has been received that twelve more of the Boer leaders have been banished from South Africa, including the landrost of Zout-pansberg, North Transvaal. ...

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  11. Walter Kitchener Resting.

    It is announced that Major-General Walter Kitchener is about to visit England, having been ordered to take a rest. ...

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  12. English Cricketers.

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  13. Railway Collision.

    During the dense fog which prevailed today a train collision occurred oh the South Eastern and Chatham Railway. The collision occurred at Brixton, Loudon, and 15 persons ...

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  14. Kanaka Deportation.

    The Federal Premier evidently does not intend to stick at trifles in his triumphal career over the prostrate interests of Queensland. He expresses emphatic intention to de- ...

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  15. Italy and the Plague.

    Reuter's agency reports that the Government of Italy' have abrogated the decree issued because of the plague on March 8, this year, regarding arrivals from Australia, ...

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  16. Danger of Dutch Recruits.

    Advices received from Cape Colony indicate the danger involved in enlisting Dutchmen of doubtful loyalty who have offered their services to the British authorities. It is ...

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  17. Obsolete Battleships.

    It is announced that the battleships Invincible, Neptune, and Iron Duke have been removed from the British navy, because they have become obsolete. ...

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  18. Crippling the Boers.

    Despatches written by Lord Kitchener in July and August last have just been published. In these despatches the Commander- in-chief in South Africa states that he is ...

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  19. Canadian Railway.

    It is reported that an American millionaire is making heavy purchases of the stock of the Canadian Pacific Railway. ...

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  21. Family Notices

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  22. Leonid Meteors.

    A great shower of Leonid meteors bus been observed from Cape Hatteras, on tho coast of North Carolina, U.S.A. ...

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  23. Mobile Columns.

    Lord Kitchener bus despatched several specially mobile columns of British troops, giving the commanders a free hand, to operate against the Boer commandoes in different ...

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  24. TO-MORROW.

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  25. Yeomanry Patrol Captured.

    A force of 300 Boers surrounded a patrol of Imperial Yeomanry at Brakspruit, in the Megaliesborg Range, to the westward of Pretoria, killing six and wounding sixteen. ...

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  26. Antarctic Exploration.

    Twenty-five Canterbury pastoralists have agreed to contribute ten sheep apiece towards replenishing the stores of the British .Antarctic expedition ship Discovery. Suggestions ...

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  29. Boers Captured.

    Reuter's Agency reports that 24 Boers have been captured at Waterberg, in the Northern Transvaal; and that Colonel plumer has made a number of captures in the south-east of the ...

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  30. Diary.

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  31. King's Coronation.

    When the Prince and Princess of Wales were here, they invited Mr. Carroll, the Native Minister, to be their guest, if he visited England at the time of the coronation. It ...

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  32. Exhibition Expenses.

    OUR cables inform us that the West Australian Government are being petitioned to pertioned in the exhibition of colonial products, which in March next is to be opened ...

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  34. Two Natives Shot.

    The "Times" correspondent at Middelburg, in Cape Colony, reports that Lieutenant Theron, who is second in command to Commandant Fouche, and is a son of Mr. T. P. ...

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  35. Umpire Dispute.

    An informal conference was held at the cricket ground on Saturday afternoon between Messrs. Shute and Noble, representing the New South Wales Cricket Association, and Mr. ...

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  36. End of the Session.

    If it was a State secret on Saturday morning, it was public property on Saturday night that the House will rise in a fortnight. Up todate there have been 62 sittings. ...

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  37. Fight Near Heilbron.

    Lord Kitchener reports that a body of Kitchener's Fighting Scouts, forming the rearguard of Colonel Byng's column, had an engagement near Heiibron, in the north of ...

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  38. Plague at Alexandria.

    As the result of observations by the Board of Health into the ease of a man from Alexandria suspected to bo suffering from plague, it was announced on Saturday afternoon that the ...

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  39. Constable Wounded.

    A constable when running on Friday night to the assistance of another constable, who was endeavouring to arrest a couple of men, slipped and fell. His revolver went off ...

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  41. Cape Parliament Prorogued.

    The parliament of Cape Colony, which has not met since October 13, 1900, inconsequence of the situation caused by the war, has been further prorogued to January 15. ...

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  43. Bargain and Sale.

    These is not the slightest doubt that the assertions made concerning tho huckstering between the federal labour party and the Federal Government are all too likely to be ...

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  44. Concentration Camps.

    A blue-book on the Boer concentration camps in South Africa has just been published, and it shows that the earnest efforts of the British authorities to raise the sanitary ...

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  45. Earthquake Shock.

    A very severe earthquake shcek was felt at Wellington and in South Island at 7.45 on Saturday morning. The direction was from north-east to south-west. The only .serious ...

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  46. S.A. Parliament.

    In the Legislative Assembly on Friday the Constitution Bill was further discussed is committee. Several new clauses were in sorted, consequent upon previous amend ...

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