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    Further information regarding the fighting near Dalmanuthu states that while General Sir Redvers Buller and Major-general Lyttelton, with two brigades of cavalry, operated ...

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  3. British and Foreign.

    American coal is being imported into France for the use of the French navy. ...

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  4. Queensland Casualties.

    His Excellency the Governor has received from the High Commissioner for South Africa the following cablegram, which is somewhat obscure, and which, therefore, is given as ...

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  5. Plague on a French Steamer.

    Three cases of buabonic plague have been reported on board a French, steamer which was passing Constantinople on tier homeward voyage. ...

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  6. Railway Collision at Glasgow.

    A railway-collision has occurred in Glasgow, by which four carriages were telescoped and 24 people injured. ...

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  7. Princes' Visits to Europe.

    Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, has placed a veto upon the repeated visits of native Indian princes to Europe, in consequence of the restlessness and extravagance encouraged ...

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  8. Barque Ashore.

    The barque Lula dragged her anchor during a heavy gale at Launceston yesterday, and went ashore. ...

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  9. Naval Orders for Coal.

    It is announced that the Admiralty haveplaced orders with Cardiff mine owners for 100,000 tons of steam coal for the use of the nary at the highest prices now ruling. ...

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  10. Samoa Claims.

    King Oscar of Sweden, and Norway has agreed to act as arbitrator on the various international claims for compensation in connection with the recent hostilities in ...

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  11. Buller at Standerton.

    The Standerton correspondent of the Cape Times writing on June 23 says: General Buller entered Standerton about. 10 o'clock this morning. The first British troops in the ...

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  12. Bulgaria and Boumania.

    In consequence of the strained relations between Bulgaria and Roumania, all the Bulgarian army reserves have been summoned, and ordered to be in immediate readiness for ...

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  13. British Channel Squadron.

    The British Channel Squadron has been considerably strengthened, and the Admiralty are also forming a reserve squadron for home defence. This will enable ...

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  14. Maharajah Dethroned.

    Lord Curzon, viceroy of India, has dethroned the Maharajah of Bhartpur, one of the Rajputuna States, because of his intemperance and the shooting of a body servant ...

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  15. Pacific Cable Tenders.

    Tenders have been opened for the construction and laying of the proposed Pacific cable between Vancouver and Australia. The lowest tender is that of the Telegraph ...

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  16. Massacre in Armenia.

    In connection with the recent massacre oz 200 Armenians by Turkish troops at Spaghank, in Kurdistan, information from Constantinople states that the Sultan has given a ...

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    It is understood that the Government of Queensland intends to take steps to ascertain the intentions of the Pacific Cable Board respecting the laying of the cable, and these ...

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  18. Ashanti Rebellion.

    News has been received from Accra, the capital of Gold Coast Colony, stating that two columns of British troops, numbering 1,800, are engaged in punishing the Ashanti rebels, ...

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  19. Lord Roberts's Resort.

    The British casualties in the fighting around Belfast and Dalmanutha were five killed and 58 wounded. Lord Roberts, in his report to the War Office, describes the ...

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  20. Returning Soldiers.

    The returned soldiers had an enthusiastic reception yesterday. They were welcomed by the mayor at the new market buildings, where there was a great crowd, with three ...

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  21. Parr's Bank Robbery.

    A man, formerly a clerk at Parr's Bank, London, was charged at the police court with the theft of £60,000 in notes from the head office of the bank on January 23, 1599. The ...

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  22. Boers Attack Winburg.

    Lord Roberts reports to the War Office that the Boers on Sunday last made an attack on Winburg, in the Orange River Colony, from three sides, but the enemy were repulsed with ...

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  23. Imperial Yeomanry Rescued.

    Major-General Bruce Hamilton also rescued 250 men of the Imperial Yeomanry and other mounted troops, together with 25 infantry, all belonging to Major-general Ridley's force, ...

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  24. Plague Rioters at Cawnpore.

    News has been, received that 20 of the Hindus and Mahometans, who took part in the plague riots at Cawnpore on April 11 last have been sentenced to death, one has ...

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  25. Nineteen More Invalids.

    In connection with the other returned invalids now on their way to Brisbane, Mr. J. H. Forrest writes. "Re invalids from South Africa, there are 19 men in the ...

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  26. British Occupy Vrede.

    Major-general Boyes, with the 17th Brigade (part, of Lieutenant-general Rundle's force) has occupied Vrede, in the north-east of the Orange River Colony. ...

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  27. Boers Surrendering.

    It is announced that 169 additional Boers have surrendered to the British commander at Harrismith, in the Orange River Colony, near the Natal frontier. ...

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  28. Return to the Rand.

    We (the London Daily Telegraph) have received from the Colonial Office the appended official notification:—The Secretary of State finds it necessary ...

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  29. Steyn's Visit to Kruger.

    Ex-President Steyn, of the Orange Free State, and Commandant Delarey are reported to have paid a visit to President Kruger, who was last reported to be at Barberton, but the ...

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  30. Kruger Strong Willed.

    The Daily Telegraph?s special correspondent telegraphed from Waterval Onger in July as follows: "I have just interviewed Mr. Reitz, the Transvaal State Secretary, who received ...

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  31. Wounded Murdered.

    News from Pretoria states that a native declares that the Boers have murdered a party of whites and blacks who were lying wounded near the Potchefstroom railway line, by ...

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  32. Australian Casualties.

    The following Australian casualties are announced:—Private T. B. Foster, of the Victorian bushmen's contingent, died from enteric fever ...

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