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    Adelaide, s., was timed to leave Sydney yesterday for Brisbane, en route for Cairns. Albany, s., left Towneville on Thursday for Sydney, via ports. She is due here on Monday. ...

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  4. Federal Minister.

    The Federal Minister for Customs and Trade, the Hon. C. C. Kingston, present Premier of South Australia, arrived in Brisbane last evening. The Hon. ...

    Article : 203 words
  5. Commonwealth.

    At the Executive Council of the Commonwealth yesterday, the Governor-General presiding, it is understood matters of a formal nature were principally dealt with. ...

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    The "Government Gazette" yesterday notified that the outward wharfage rates on wheat have been abolished. Further particulars of the hush fires in the ...

    Article : 329 words
  7. Imperial Troops.

    Our lately honoured guests have gone away overseas. The pageant has been, witnessed. People have seen the Life and Foot Guards, representatives of famous line and other ...

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  8. Chief Under Secretary.

    Inquiries this morning concerning the health of Mr. H. S. Button, the chief Under Secretary, disclosed the fact that his condition is still bad, although be passed rather a ...

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    The butter exported from Victoria during the six months ended December 31 totalled 26,223,084 lbs., valued at £1,026,726. The quantity of wool exported during the last six ...

    Article : 175 words
  10. Fire by Electricity.

    A fire caused by the electric lighting wires occurred in the servants' hall at Government House yesterday, and a portion of the ceiling was burned before the fire could be extinguished. ...

    Article : 81 words
  11. Jimmy Governor.

    Jimmy Governor, since his imprisonment, has been fairly cheerful and he has exhibited strong religious feeling. Towards the end he was reading with avidity books upon religious ...

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    The temperature yesterday was 106.4 in the shade, and 156 in the sun. On Monday, when the schools reassemble, the peace medals obtained for "Peace Day" ...

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    Mr. G. A. Waller has been appointed the assistant Government geologist, and Mr. Curtin assistant inspector of mines on the west coast. ...

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  15. Shipping Goods.

    At Fort Adelaide Police Court yesterday a steamship company was fined the minimum penalty of £10 for having shipped goods for exportation--namely, a ...

    Article : 81 words
  16. Tantanoola Tiger.

    The Tantanoola tiger scare, which created much excitement in this district about three or four years ago, has (says the Melbourne Argus Linton correspondent) again been ...

    Article : 392 words
  17. Quiet Weddings.

    It is at this season of the year (says the Daily Mail of December 3) that the quiet wedding is prevalent. Sensational affairs usually happen in June and July, but to the ...

    Article : 460 words
  18. Wonders of 1900.

    Over 20,000 new patents have been registered this year (says the Daily Mail of November 27). The majority are improvements on existing patents, many are absurd, and ...

    Article : 394 words
  19. Seaforth Estate.

    At the meeting of the Executive Council yesterday, approval was given to the proclamation throwing open to selection as agricultural farms on and after March ...

    Article : 143 words
  20. Troops for South Africa

    Major Boon, the enrolling officer for the South Africa contingent, passed 115 applicants for inspection by the medical officer yesterday. Of this number 13 were rejected. ...

    Article : 235 words
  21. Children's Hospital.

    It is gratifying to learn that the sum of £28 was received for seats at the Bank of Now South Wales on Thursday, the money to be given to the Children's Hospital. ...

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  23. After Seven Centuries.

    Among the things which all who are interested in the cause of science have cause to regret is the looting of the famous Pekin observatory by the allies (says the Daily ...

    Article : 261 words
  24. Produce Report:

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  25. Up Mont Blanc by Rail.

    A Geneva telegram, dated December 5, says: The construction of a railway to the summit of Mont Blane, similar in all respects to the Jungfrau line, is under consideration. ...

    Article : 217 words
  26. Finds in Rome.

    The excavations in the Forum between the Temples of Vesta and Castor have given important results. The fountain of Juturna has been discovered and identified. Near the ...

    Article : 210 words
  27. Smith Was Not In.

    A certain builder in London greatly disliked seeing commercial travellers, and gave orders to his, clerk to say he was not in whenever one called. ...

    Article : 159 words
  28. What "Bobs" Found.

    In the last grim days of Pretoria, when Paul Kruger had fled with every chipping of gold he could sweep from the vaults of the Mint, the Hollander officials went after him ...

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    Mr. Jincks: "I don't know how you will feel about it, sir, but the fact is my wife, your daughter, is a dreadfully hard woman to live with." Mr. Slinks: "I can ...

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