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  5. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL

    The Transvaal. Interesting cable messages. Warlike stores going from England. A couple of transports have been ...

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  6. OUR CABLES.

    The prospects of a peaceful solution of the Transvaal difficulty are not so bright. In addition to the large reinforcements ...

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  7. OUR BOYS

    The match between the Australians and the Midland Counties was continued to-day at Birmingham. Although slight ralu had fallen during the morning. the ...

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  8. THE MARINE MISHAP

    The most seriously injured of the illfated Excetsior's passengers remain in the Melbourne Hospital, and are receiving the benefit of all possible skill and ...

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  9. THE MARINE BOARD

    To the Marine Board of Victoria falls the duty of Inquiring, or Instituting an Inquiry, Into the cause of the collision between the steamers Edina and ...

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  10. DUM DUM BULLETS.

    Tho resolutions passed by the Peace Conference condemning the use of the Dum Dum bullet in the British Army have already begun to take effect, ...

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  11. RAND GOLD YIELD.

    The gold yield from the Witwaterstand fields in the Transvaal, for June has been exceptionally great. The total output amounts to 445,763oz., ...

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  12. SALVAGE OPERATIONS.

    The owners of the Excelsior. Messrs Huddart, Parker and CO., have abandoned the sunken steamer tot the underwriters. Yesterday evening Captain Wynark, of ...

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  13. AN EXPLOSION.

    A shocking accident is reported from Magatslaud, in the Transvaal. While a number of Roer artillerymen were being exercised in one of the forts, ...

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  14. NOT ALL AUSTRALIANS

    Further particulars have been received with respect to the terrible accident at the Jageisfontein diamond mine, In the Orange Free State. ...

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  15. BRITISH WARSHIPS

    It was recently announced that much agitation had been excited in the Transvaal by the report that several British warships were crulsing in the ...

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  16. THE EDINA IN DOCK.

    After having discharged her cargo yesterday afternoon, the Edina was taken into Wright and Orr's dock, and there today she is to be seen with her injuries ...

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  17. IF THE EDINA HAD SUNK.

    At the first blush one is appalled at the thought of what terrible loss of life there might have been had the Edina also sunk with the rapidity that the Excelsior did. ...

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  18. FINANCIAL.

    Quotations of Australian securities compare with those of a fortnight ago as follows:-- Bank of Australasia--L58, being 5s ...

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  19. UGANDA.

    Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston, K.C.B., Consul-General at the Regency of Tuais, has been appointed Commissioner and Consul-General of the Uganda ...

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  21. MAJUBA HILL.

    Public feeling in England is practically unanimous in favor of the policy adopted by the Salisbury Government towards the Transvaal. ...

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  22. WHEAT AFLOAT.

    The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 2,730,000 quarters, as against 2.822,060 quarters a week ago; and for the Continent. 1,330,000 ...

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  23. WOOL MARKET.

    The fourth series of London wool sales for the current year was continued this afternoon. There was a good sale, and prices ...

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  24. THE GEELONG TRADE.

    Yesterday morning there were three steamers regularly playing in the Geelong and Melbourne trade. To-day there is but one, and only one will there be for ...

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  26. CAPE MINISTERS.

    Mr W. P. Sehreluer, Premier of the Cape Colony, and Mr J. H. Hofmeryr, a ...

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