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  2. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Colonel Allenby, who recently reported that a few days previously there were 1000 Boers at Kroondraai, near Krugersdorp, which is 18 miles by railway from ...

    Article : 97 words
  3. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The Caulfield Grand National Hurdle Race will be run to-day. The report of the Victorian Post and Telegraph Department for the year 1900 ...

    Article : 1,393 words
  4. THE LESSER EVIL

    Kenneth and Beryl were sauntering along the shore in the morning sunlight. They had been loitering with Others of the party, assisting in the erection and ...

    Article : 3,412 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES.

    The following casualties are reported:- Private W. P. Kelly, of the New South Wales Bushman, died at Zeerust of pneumonia; Private J. Muston, of the New ...

    Article : 78 words
  6. FARMING AND HORTICULTURAL NOTES

    The English Board of Agriculture's official statement for the year 1900 shows that the total value of fruit imported into Great Britain during that year was £6.481,562. ...

    Article : 771 words
  7. THE STRIKE OF STEEL WORKERS.

    The younger operatives in the steel tracts are disposed to reject the compromise agreed to by the United States Steel Corportaion and the Unionist Amalgamated ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. A NEW CUNARDER.

    The Cunard Steamship Company, Limited, of Liverpool, proposes to build an Atlantic liner capable of steaming at the rate of 25 knots an hour. ...

    Article : 31 words
  9. LETTERS FROM THE FRONT.

    Major M'Night, of Cheltenham, in a private letter, narrates his experiences in the Wilmansrust disaster. He was in command of the Victorian Mounted Rifles, ...

    Article : 755 words
  10. SHE WOULD HAVE HER WAT.

    Should one yield to the wishes of others, or insist upon having his own way? It depends; there is no rule to go by. Differing in opinion as to which was right ...

    Article : 526 words
  11. POLLUTION OF WATERCOURSES.

    The Tullaroopshire Council on Thursday afternoon dealt with a letter from the Wangaratta Borough on the matter of rivers and watercourses of the State being ...

    Article : 332 words
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