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  2. FAIR WITHOUT AND FALSE WITHIN.

    The next day was a Wednesday, and u Mr. William was dressing he remembered to his satisfaction that it was one of the days that Mr. Finch visited the Hall is order to ...

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  3. ST. PETER’S CHURCH, GLENELG.

    An-alteration which adds greatly to the appearance of St. Peter’s Church, Gienelg, has been made during the past few weeks. The eastern portion of the Church has been ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    There is notching so transports us to the days of our childhood as a circus. The brilliantly lit tent, the well-groomed horses, the wild animals, the equestrians and ...

    Article : 1,107 words
  5. THE SECOND AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT.

    Reyond receiving the names of those willing to go to the front and fight for Queen and country there was hardly anything doing with reference to the ...

    Article : 441 words
  6. THE TRAKSVAAL CAMPAIGN.

    The war correspondents who are accompanying General Buller’s forces state that the ben guns which were abandoned near Colenso on Friday last have not been ...

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  7. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    The last act in connection with the record cricket match between New South Wales and South Australia was opened at the South Australian Hotel on Thursday ...

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  8. FIGHTIN ROBS

    The appointment of Field-Marshal Lord Roberts to the position of Commander-in-Chief in South Africa gives fresh interest to Mr. Kipling’s verses in praise of that ...

    Article : 393 words
  9. MR. BARR SMITH’S NOBLE GIFT.

    In the Assembly on Thursday the Chief Secretary (the Hon. J. G. Jenkins) stated that he was in receipt of a communication from Mr. R. Barr Smith. In that letter ...

    Article : 1,370 words
  10. TREACHEROUS NATIVES.

    The steamer Moresby, which arrived at Sydney -to-day. brought particulars of an attack on a trading schooner by natives of the Admiralty Group, and the massacre of ...

    Article : 399 words
  11. NURSES FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    7 he citizens of Perth have resolved to send to South Africa twenty nurses, free of cost to the British Government. ...

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  13. MR. L. R. GORDON INTERVIEWED.

    Mr. L. R. Gordon, who has had considerable experience in South Africa, having served through the Zulu War and Umholnic [?] and. who is at present residing in ...

    Article : 520 words
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  15. MELBOURNE TOTALIZATOR PROSECUTIONS.

    The Chief Commissioner of Police has decided to transfer from the Criminal Investigation Branca Detective Police-constable. H. H. Wilson and T. Armstrong, who were ...

    Article : 83 words
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  18. CHRISTMAS THEE AT THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL.

    Through the kindness of subscribers who had sent in gifts, toys, and sweets the little patients at the Children’s Hospital had their annual Christmas-tree on Thursday ...

    Article : 200 words
  19. NEW ZEALAND TROOPS EULOGTZED.

    The following cable message has been received from Mr. Chamberlain:—“New Zealanders were most steady under fire at close range. I am glad my anticipations as to ...

    Article : 42 words
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