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  3. THE WAR.

    Parliament, which had met in special session to vote a war credit of L10,000,000 was prorogued to-day The Queen's speech congratulated ...

    Article : 168 words
  4. OUR CABLES.

    Lord Sandhurst, who has been Governor of Bombay since 1897, has retired from the position. He will be succeeded by Sir Henry ...

    Article : 42 words
  5. OTHER SERVICES.

    The Rev. Jacob Lenzer preached a sermon, dealing with the event, at the Albert street Synagogue to-day, and special prayers were offered. ...

    Article : 51 words
  6. THE RAND REFUGEES.

    In spite of the large sums raised by public subscription, both in England and in South Africa, and the efforts of the local relief committees in Capetown ...

    Article : 93 words
  7. ACCIDENTS.

    Mr John Irvine of Spencer street, was in the crush at the corner of blinders and Elizabeth streets, and was unfortunate enough to be knocked down by the ...

    Article : 175 words
  8. THE YACHT COLUMBIA.

    The American cutter Columbia which recently defeated Sir Thomas Lipton's yacht Shamrock for the America Cup, is to compete in European waters. ...

    Article : 48 words
  9. PRESENTATION.

    This morning, on behalf of the citizens of Footscray. Cr. Galfant presented Private W. Witman, of the Infantry unit, with a gold locket and chain, both ...

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  10. ENGLISH RACING.

    The Jockey Club Cup, of 400 says., two miles two furlongs and thirty five yards, was run at Newmarket to-day and resulted in a victory for Zarzagan [?] Mr ...

    Article : 59 words
  11. HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS

    Sir.--"Twilly Toes" is evidently a sensible fellow, and not wanting the courage of his opinions. He has touched up "Military Style" and on or two others to anger, but not one of ...

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  12. TO-DAY'S DISPLAY.

    "The Empire is peace." said Napoleon Hill on a memorable occasion. But the "Sphinx of Europe." when he thus broke silence. spoke the thing which was not. ...

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  13. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL

    The war. Another fight. The Boers worsted. Seven killed; many wounded. ...

    Article : 1,285 words
  14. IN THE STREETS.

    From an early hour to-day, our scouts were at work in the streets of the metropolis, noting the movements of the military and the arrangements ...

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  15. FOR OUR CONTINGENT

    To-day being the Jewish Sabbath, the occasion of the departure of the troops, was marked by special references during the usual Hebrew services. At the ...

    Article : 569 words
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  17. A BISHOP ON THE WAR.

    Sir,-- The Bishop of Adelaide is c[?] in both to-day's papers to have said at the place san Festival at Ball [?] that " a good deal had recently been said about M[?] Hill but [?] ...

    Article : 216 words
  18. SEVERE BOER DEFEAT.

    Colonel Plumer, who is in command of the Chartered Company's forces in Matabeleland, reports having replused a strong body ef Boers. ...

    Article : 94 words
  19. SOLDIERS TRUE.

    To trumpet-peal and bugle, to fife and beat of drum. From mountain and from valley our best and bravest come. ...

    Article : 337 words
  20. A BOER CONFESSION.

    The Boers who were taken prisoners after the decisive British victory at Elands [?] have been very communicative with respect to their experiences ...

    Article : 133 words
  21. SYMPATHY IN AMERICA.

    The old warships Trojan and Spartan have been fitted up by the Admiralty for service as hospital ships in South Africa. Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill. ...

    Article : 130 words
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  23. THE ARMY CORPS.

    The whole of the fifty thousand troops, constituting the army corps for the campaign in South Africa, have new been embarked. ...

    Article : 59 words
  24. THE DURBAN BANK SEIZURE.

    The seizure by British bluejackets of the Durban branch of the State-owned Transvaal National Bank has not been productive of much result. ...

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  26. FROM LORD BRASSEY'S ADDRESS

    "Come the three corners of the world in arms. And we shock them, Nought shall make us[?] If England to herself do keep but true." ...

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