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  2. "AUSTRALIA FACING THE DAWN."'

    The above shows the design by Mr. H. E. Ross, engineer and architect, for Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan's proposed statue of "Australia Facing the Dawn." The following notes serve to explain ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 468 words
  3. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The "Fremdenblatt," a leading dully paper published in Vienna, welcomes the Australian Commonwealth as a new, force in the world of politics, and a ...

    Article : 72 words
  4. CHINA.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Feng-tien incident is semi-officially minimised, the statement being made that the Russian occupation of this, the richest province of ...

    Article : 158 words
  5. SOUTH AFRICA.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--It is reported from Capetown that 90,000 troops are engaged in guarding the lines of communication and doing garrison work. ...

    Article : 184 words
  6. THE EVENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 509 words
  7. A COMING BANQUET.

    LONDON, Tuesday.-His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales will attend the Australian Commonwealth banquet, which takes place in London on January 21. ...

    Article : 33 words
  8. IMPERIAL TROOPS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Colonial Office is supporting a request made by Mr. R. Seddon, Premier of New Zealand, that the Imperial troops, who visited Sydney for the ...

    Article : 50 words
  9. PEACE IN SHANG-TUNG.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Marshal Von Waldersee, appreciating the new Governor's energy in protecting Germans, refrains from sending European, troops on repressive ...

    Article : 74 words
  10. PRESS BANQUET.

    There was a great gathering of representatives of the press of Australasia at the Town-hall last night at the banquet given by the Government as a wind-up to the Commonwealth festivities. ...

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  11. MILITARY SPORTS.

    The ever-growing interest of Australians in military doings was shown by another enormous attendance yesterday at the Agricultural Ground, on the occasion of the second day of ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  12. TROUBLE IN CAPETOWN.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Owing to the discovery of a plot to destroy the Capetown Waterworks, on Table Mountain, the watershed is being strongly guarded. ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. THE GUNBOAT PROTECTOR.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.--The crew of the South Australian gunboat Protector were discharged from further Imperial service this morning, and before they were paid off the naval commandant ...

    Article : 103 words
  14. SEVERE WEATHER IN EUROPE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--A heavy fall of snow has occurred throughout England and upon various parte of Europe. Snow has oven stopped traffic in the streets of ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. THE GUERILLA STRUGGLE.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--A section of Major-General C. E. Knox's troops, about 120 strong, has had. a stiff encounter with a superior Boer force near Lindley, in the ...

    Article : 104 words
  16. AUSTRALIA'S SOLDIERS.

    There was an Imperial ring about the reception of the Australasian soldiers who returned yesterday morning from South Africa by the Orient, for the reason that the Fusilier group ...

    Article : 1,826 words
  17. VICTORIA.

    The representations of professors and others have failed to frighten Mr. Petersen, the newly-elected Professor of Music at Melbourne University, from assuming that position. The ...

    Article : 145 words
  18. AMERICAN SPECULATION.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--A lot of speculation took place at the Wall-street (New York) Stock Exchange on Saturday, when 1,500,000 railway shares changed hands at greatly ...

    Article : 75 words
  19. BRAVE MEN HONORED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The freedom of the city of Dumbarton has been conferred upon Lieutenant-Commander W. J. Colquhoun, of the Victorian Naval Forces, who won the ...

    Article : 61 words
  20. COUNTRY PREPARATIONS.

    FORBES, Tuesday.--At a public meeting last night, a strong committee was appointed to make arrangements to welcome the members of the Forbes contingents returning by the Orient, and ...

    Article : 164 words
  21. THE IMPERIAL ARMY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Three new batteries of Royal Field Artillery are being formed at Aldershot. ...

    Article : 23 words
  22. A BUTTER EXPERT ASTRAY.

    In view of a report in this morning's "Age," unfavorable to the New South Wales butter shipment, now in the Government cool stores, which, it is stated on the most reliable ...

    Article : 123 words
  23. THE PHILIPPINE WAR.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--General M'Arthur, commanding the United States forces in the Philippines, has sent General Del Pilar, four other insurgent loaders, and 13 subordinate officers ...

    Article : 49 words
  24. AUSTRALIAN TROOPS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Australian Commonwealth's generous response in the mutter of further contingents for active service in South Africa, has been unanimously ...

    Article : 45 words
  25. THE OUTTRIM MINERS.

    The strike at Outtrim colliery is over. At a mass meeting of the men this evening the terms recently submitted by the directors were lengthily discussed, and eventually it was ...

    Article : 97 words
  26. RETURNED NEW ZEALANDERS.

    The popularity of Lieutenant J. Gethin Hughes, the officer in command of a portion of the first South African contingent of New Zealand Mounted Rifles, now in Sydney, was ...

    Article : 386 words
  27. THE ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Right Rev. Dr. Alfred Earle, Suffragan Bishop of Marlborough, West and North-west London, has retired, but as his title cannot be resigned, the Rev. C. J. Ridgeway, ...

    Article : 66 words
  28. RECRUITS FOR THE BOERS.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--Dr. Leyds, M. Frieky Eloff (ex-President Krager's son-in-law), and M. Henri de Rochefort are actively despatching recruits for the Boers via ...

    Article : 42 words
  29. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The French mail steamers intend calling at Fremantle shortly. The first homeward-bound steamer will be the Polynesien to call at Fremantle on January 30. The first outward-bound ...

    Article : 386 words
  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Board of Trade returns of the trade of the United Kingdom during the month of December, 1900, show that the imports increased £5,707,766 on the previous ...

    Article : 43 words
  31. ENTERIC FEVER VICTIMS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Bugler C. Davis, of the South Australian Bushmen, and Gunner J. Withers, of the New Zealand Artillery, have succumbed to enteric fever at Pretoria ...

    Article : 32 words
  32. DRAFTS FOR THE FRONT.

    Major-General French says that the men to form the next New South Wales contingent of 1000 men will be required to be up to the usual standard as ridens and shots. The Commandant ...

    Article : 186 words
  33. THE PACIFIC GABLE CONTRACT.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Imperial Government have signed the Pacific cable contract. ...

    Article : 17 words
  34. DE. CREIGHTON'S ILLNESS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Right Rev. Dr. Mandell Creighton, Bishop of London, has undergone a second operation for the abdominal complaint from which he is suffering. The medical ...

    Article : 46 words
  35. DEATH OF MR. P. D. ARMOUR.

    LONDON, Monday Afternoon.--The death is announced of Mr. P. D. Armour, head of the great meat-preserving company at Chicago. ...

    Article : 27 words
  36. RETURNED TO BRISBANE.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--Lieutenant-Colonel Ken Hutchison, who left, here in command of the second contingent, and after seeing service la South Africa returned by the Orient, reached ...

    Article : 92 words
  37. ANTWERP WOOL SALES.

    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Antwerp wool sales, which opened yesterday and close to-morrow, show an advance in price of from 10 to 15 continue (from 1d to 1 12d) per lb, compared with ...

    Article : 74 words
  38. SELECTION OF THE MEN.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--The selected candidates tor service with the fifth Victorian contingent were put through the riding tests to-day. A number shaped indifferently, and several were ...

    Article : 63 words
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