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  2. Festivities Ended.

    With Saturday night practically ended the jubilations indulged in over the visit of the Imperial and Indian troops. The guests had gone, but the street decorations had been left, ...

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  5. Very Latest.

    The Boers recently captured a train containing mining material east of Balmoral, a township on the Pretoria Delagoa-Bay railway line, about 50 miles east of Johannesburg. ...

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    The news of Her Majesty's illness spread quickly yesterday. In several of the city churches special prayer was offered up, "God Save the Queen" being uttered with a ...

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  7. Transvaal War

    Further details of the engagement at Ventersburg state that the Australian Bushmen's Contingent participated in the victory of the New Zealanders, under the command ...

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  9. "It Might Have Been."

    A CELEBRATED poet has left us the appealing lines :-- "For of all sad words of tongue or pen The saddest are these, 'It might have been.'" ...

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  11. Family Notices

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  12. MAILS AT G.P.O.

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  13. Dutch Colonists Joining Boers.

    Sixty-seven Dutch colonists from the Aberdeen district in the south-central portion of Cape Colony have joined the standard of the Boer raiders. ...

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  14. Mr. Barton's Speech.

    ON another page to-day we publish the full text of Mr. Barton's speech at West Maitland. It is due to him as the Premier of the Commonwealth making his manifesto, to ...

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  15. Troops for South Africa.

    The transport Canada has sailed to Cape Colony with 1,300 British regulars and with 520 recruits for Major-general Baden-Powell's police, which is ultimately to have a ...

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  17. Attack on Delarey.

    Lieutenant-general Lord Methuen, who has been operating to the westward of Taungs (a station on the Capetown to Buluwayo railway line, 84 miles north of ...

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  18. Australian Casualties.

    The following Australian casualties are announced:-- Private F. B. Thorpe, of the Victorian Bushmen, has died at Pretoria from enterie ...

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  19. Canterbury Park Races.

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  20. Civilians to be Disarmed.

    The announcement that all civilians in the Cape Peninsula are forbidden to possess arms or ammunition after February 1 is stated to have come as a thunderbolt to the disloyal ...

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  21. Diary.

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  22. Paris Murder.

    News comes from Paris that Gabriells Bompard, who was connected with a murder in Paris committed over eleven years ago, has been released from prison on the ...

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  23. Boer Attack that Failed.

    It is announced that on January 5 a Boer force surrounded Danielskuil, and continued the attack for 5 days, threatening that unless the place surrendered they would destroy all ...

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  24. Her Majesty's Illness.

    ALL persons who have carefully scanned late cables referring to Her Majesty must have noted that something was being concealed; or that those about the Queen were ...

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  25. De Wet's Commando.

    A British trouper, who was recently captured by the Boers, and afterwards released, states that the commando under Commandant Do Wet (who has been giving so much ...

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  26. Imperial Troops.

    It is reported from the War Office that the steamship Britannic, with the Imperial Representative Corps on board, will remain in New Zealand from February 2 to February ...

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  27. Western Raiders Checked.

    The advance of the Boers who have been raiding in the western portion of Cape Colony has been checked, and the Boers are retiring to Calvinia, about 200 miles north-east of ...

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  28. Beet Sugar.

    Herr F. O. Licht, of Magdeburg, in his monthly circular states that the production of beet sugar for the past month has increased by 345,000 tons as compared with the previous ...

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  29. Grave Situation.

    The situation in the midland section of Cape Colony is stated to bo very grave. ...

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  30. British Commands Changed.

    Lieutenant-general Tucker has been appointed to the military command at Bloemfontein, Lieutenant-general Sir Archibald Hunter having been invalided. ...

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  31. Lieutenant-General Colvile.

    It is announced that Lieutenant-general Sir Henry Colvile, who was serving in South Africa last year, has been placed on retired pay as from yesterday. ...

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  32. Australian Casualties.

    Private J. M. Logan, of the New South Wales Bushmen, who was recently reported to have been wounded at Vlakfontein, has since died. He received a bullet wound in ...

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  33. Commonwealth Dinner

    The Commonwealth dinner in London, at which the Earl of Carrington (formerly Governor of New South Wales) was to have taken the chair, has boon postponed. ...

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  34. Portuguese Transporting Boers.

    The Portuguese authorities are transporting to Lisbon 900 Boer refugees who are now at Delagoa Buy in a destitute condition. ...

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  35. Indian Troops.

    Colonel Finn, military commandant, visited the Indian transport Dalhousie on Saturday morning, and expressed to the Indian troops the pleasure he felt at having ...

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  36. Voluntary Winding Up.

    In the companies (winding up) branch of the High Court of Justice to-day, Mr. Justice Wright gave his sanction to the voluntary winding up of the London and ...

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  37. Boer Outpost Captured.

    News is to hand that three squadrons of the Johannesburg Mounted Rifles attacked and captured a Boer outpost at Springs, about 25 miles east of Johannesburg. They ...

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  38. Queenslander Resumes Duty.

    Captain Joseph, of the Queensland Mounted Infantry, who had been invalided, has now resumed duty. ...

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  39. Death of Due de Broglie.

    The death of tho Due de Broglie is announced from Paris. Jacques Victor Albert de Broglie, Duke of Broglie, Prince of the Holy Roman Empire. ...

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  40. Returned Warriors.

    It was felt by the Premier that the men of the first contingent which went to South Africa, and have returned, were in a measure passed over last week in the honours due to ...

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  42. Appointment for Mr. Bevan.

    Mr. P. V. Bevan, son of the Rev. Dr. Bevan, of Melbourne, has been appointed assistant demonstrator in the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University. ...

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  45. Street Scrimmage.

    A man named Harold Conway reported to the police yesterday that he had been assaulted and robbed shortly after midnight on Saturday. He stated that he was walking ...

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  46. Street Collision.

    On Saturday morning a collision occurred at the intersection of Queen and Creek streets between a dogcart driven by Dr. Harding, of Clayfield, and another dogcart driven by Mr. ...

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  47. Acting-sergeant Kerr.

    From inquiries at the hospital this morning we learn that Acting-sergeant Kerr, who was the victim of the tram accident on Friday evening, necessitating the amputation of a ...

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  48. Share Markets.

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  51. Colmslie Hospital.

    To-morrow Colmslie hospital will have only a caretaker--the rest of the staff having had notice that their engagements are to terminate then. At the office of the Joint Board, only ...

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  52. Charters Towers.

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    Fortune Teller: "You will be very poor until you are 35 years of age." Impecunious Poet (eagerly): "And then!" Fortune Teller: "You will get used to it." ...

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