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  2. THE FAR EAST.

    LONDON, Monday.--Letters from Vladivostok have reached Tokin. containing news of a very grave character. It is stated that Russian marines landed ...

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  3. THE PRICE OF BREAD.

    A correspondent directs attention to the price of bread in the spring of 1900 and points out that now, notwithstanding the bountiful harvest, the price has been doubled. Thus, be ...

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  4. DEATH OF SIR GRAHAM BERRY.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.-- The illustrious career of Sir Graham Berry was ended to-day, when the veteran Liberal passed peacefully away at his home in Balaclava. For some ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. IN THE WHEAT BELT.

    WAGGA, Monday,--There is not much beauty about "number 10"--on the map. But in reality It is the richest patch of agricultural country in the State. ...

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  6. IMPERIAL FISCAL POLICY

    LONDON, Monday.--The Duke of Bedford has informed the Liberal Unionists of Bedford that he is a supporter of Mr. Chamlain's policy, as being the best means of ...

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  7. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Sir John Forrest says that for himself he is determined that the capital site question shall have a chance of being dealt with during the coming session. ...

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  8. PROFESSOR ASHLEY'S VIEWS.

    LONDON, Monday.--Professor W.J. Ashley, the well-known authority on economic questions, lecturing in London, said that he had not unbounded confidence in the ellieacy ...

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  9. WOOLLEN GOODS FOR JAPAN.

    It has been mentioned that the Minister for Agriculture. Mr. Kidd, has a cable from Mr. Suttor, the Government Commercial Agent now at Tokio, stating that blankets are wanted for ...

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  10. ANOTHER PACIFIC SIGN.

    LONDON. Monday Afternoon.--M. Bezabrazoff. Russian Minister for Finance, has been sent to Port Arthur to assist in the negotiations at present proceeding. ...

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  11. LORD WIMBORNE RESIGNS.

    LONDON. Sunday Afternoon.--Lord Wimborne is resigning from the position of president of the East Dorset Conservative Association. ...

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  12. THE THIBETAN MISSION.

    LONDON, Monday.--A general and a number of Lamas met the Younghusband mission in Thibet, and proposed impossible conditions, threatening opposition it the advance was ...

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  13. SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

    LONDON, Monday.--German newspapers complain that the British War Claims Commission. in connection with the South African war, has only awarded Germans the ...

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  14. JAPAN ABSOLUTELY DETERMINED.

    LONDON. Monday Afternoon.--The Tokio correspondent, of "The Times" states that the minors as to Russia's pacific intentions are not credited. ...

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  15. FLOODS IN PENNSYLVANIA.

    LONDON, Sunday Afternoon.--The Alleghanny River, in Pennsylvania (U.S.A.), has risen 28 feet, and is gaining in volume hourly. Several bridges have been destroyed, and ...

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  16. 'OFFICIALLY POSTED."

    LONDON. Monday Afternoon.--Though the reported Japanese occupation of Masampho has not been confirmed, the St. Petersburg correspondent of the New York ...

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  17. HOME RULE.

    LONDON, Monday.--The Irish "Freeman's Journal" states that there are at least 50 constituencies in Britain where the Irish are able to render the same service to Home ...

    Article : 54 words
  18. THE CAPE ELECTIONS.

    LONDON. Monday.--The Afrikander Bond organs lament the sweeping victory of the Progressives in the Capetown elections, after the Bond had strained every nerve to return labor ...

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  19. COUNT HAYASHI INTERVIEWED.

    LONDON, Sunday Afternoon.--Count Hayashi. Japanese Minister in London, states that the situation in the Far East is unaltered. ...

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  20. A HURRICANE OF FLAME.

    LONDON, Sunday Afternoon.--Several deaths have been reported in connection with the disastrous fire at Aalesund, in Norway. The Customs House and 20 small houses are alone left ...

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  21. VICTORIA.

    A cable message was received from the Agent-General to-day by the Agricultural Department, asking for quotations as soon as possible for 2100 tons of Australian oaten bay chaff c.i.f. ...

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  22. THE COST OF LABOR.

    The secretary of the Operative Bakers union throws some light upon the maintenance of existing prices. "In 1900," he says, "the period mentioned by 'The Daily Telegraph' ...

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  23. LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER GAUNT.

    LONDON, Sunday Afternoon.--The Italian Navy League is organising a reception to Lieutenant-Commander Gaunt. who, as commander of H.M.S. Mohawk, recently took stops lo avenge ...

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  24. AREAS FOR SETTLEMENT.

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  25. "LOOKING BACKWARD."

    LONDON. Sunday Afternoon.--The "Republic Franeaise," a loading Paris daily, states that after the Japanese victory over the Chinese the Russian Admiral proposed ...

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  26. PRICE OF SILVER.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--Silver has further declined, and is now quoted at 2s 1[?]d. ...

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  27. THE BALKANS.

    LONDON, Monday.--Bulgaria is indignant at the Porte's "Communique" to the Powers, implying that Bulgaria is responsible for the non-execution of reforms in Macedonia. ...

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  28. QUEENSLAND.

    The Minister for Agriculture has decided to send to the Hobart Show in April next 20 cases of citrus fruits and 20 cases of pineapples. ...

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  29. PREFERENTIAL TRADE SCHEME.

    Last week the Chamber of Manufactures received a letter from Mr. Philpots Williams, who wrote from Liskcard, Cornwall, suggesting that the Chamber should send representatives to ...

    Article : 126 words
  30. A GENTLE REMINDER.

    LONDON. Monday.--The Tokio correspondent of the "Daily Mail" states that Japanese reports allege that on the occasion of the New Year reception, the Czar ...

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  31. MEAT EXPORT COMPANY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 116 words
  32. CHINESE ON THE RAND.

    LONDON, Sunday Afternoon.--The Transvaal Importation Association's referendum petition, in favor of Asiatic labor for the Rand mines, has been signed by 45,100 adult white males. ...

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  33. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    R.W. Durdin was cycling from Henley Beach to-night, when he came into sharp collision with a vehicle being driven in the opposite direction. The impact was so severe that the shaft of the ...

    Article : 166 words
  34. POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT.

    Mr. Browne, Minister for Mines, was accorded a warm reception at Croydon. He said the Government would stake its existence on electoral reform. They would do everything ...

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  35. "READY FOR ACTION."

    LONDON, Monday.--Most of the ships attached to the Russian fleet stationed outside Port Arthur Harbor are ready for action. ...

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  36. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,--You do well to call public attention to the price of bread. in the spring time of the year 1900 the price of bread in Sydney was 1[?]d per 21b. loaf over the counter, and 2d if ...

    Article : 284 words
  37. URUGUAY REVOLUTION.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--The revolution in Uruguay has been suppressed, the Government troops defeating the rebels near Melo. The rebels had 200 killed and 300 wounded, ...

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  38. GREAT MORTALITY AMONG THE TROOPS.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--Defective sanitation and bad food are causing great mortality among the troops in the Far East. ...

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  39. TRIAL SHIPMENT OF MALTING BARLEY.

    It will not be possible to prepare a trial shipment of 50 tons of malting barley, as proposed to send to England in time for shipment by the Moravian, which leaves this week. ...

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  40. EASTERN OPINIONS.

    PORT DARWIN, Monday.--The Hongkong exchanges by the steamer Australian to January 13 are full of interesting comments on the Eastern crisis, but there is nothing more definite ...

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  41. KILLED BY A TRAIN.

    A shocking accident occurred on the Gloncig railway line this evening. James Tillbrook (36), of Brighton, a corporation employee, with his wife, were driving across the line in a buggy ...

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  42. NEW ZEALAND.

    There have been no cases of smallpox at Christchurch for the week. The scare has ended. Flaxmilling has not been previously so brisk ...

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  43. "COLONEL" ARTHUR LYNCH.

    LONDON. Monday.--"Colonel" Arthur Lynch, who was elected to represent Galway in the House of Commons, and was subsequently sent to gaol for high treason, has been released on ...

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  44. BRUTAL ASSAULT ON A CHILD.

    The police have been informed that on January 17. at Mount Lofty, a swagman, about 60 years of age, attempted to criminally assault a girl aged 12. Hearing someone approach, he ...

    Article : 122 words
  45. SALE OF GRAZING PROPERTY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 122 words
  46. DRURY-LANE THEATRE UNSAFE.

    LONDON, Monday.--The committee appointed by the London County Council to inquire into the safety of the theatres has submitted a report condemning the Drury-lane theatre as ...

    Article : 41 words
  47. THE SEASON'S PROSPECTS.

    COROWA, Monday.--Good progress is now being with the harvesting, which, with fine weather, will be completed by the end of January. ...

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