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  9. THE WAR.

    It has now been ascertained that the fighting which was reported to have occurred ten miles from Port Arthur, and which lasted for four days, was of a desultory character. ...

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  10. WAR IN THIBET.

    Some further details of the unsuccessful attack made by a Thibetan force on the small British garrison at Khangma, 25 miles to the south of Gyangise, have ...

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  11. ASSASSINATION.

    An attempt has been made to assassinate M. Jadovski, the Russian Minister at Berne, Switzerland. A Russian, named Hnitzki, fired a ...

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  12. JAPANESE HOSPITALS.

    Two English ladies, who had experience of the working of hospitals during the Boer war, have inspected the field hospitals established by the Japanese at ...

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  13. KUROKI'S TROOPS.

    General Kuroki, who commanded the Japanese forces at the Yalu, and whose headquarters have lately been at Fengh-wangeheng, is now co-operating with ...

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  14. SOLDIER V. MINISTER.

    A serious dispute has arisen between Lord Dundonald, the Commandant of the Canadian military forces, and Mr S. A. Fisher, Minister for Agriculture in ...

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  15. MINISTER OF COMMERGE

    The departmental committee which has been inquiring into the organisation of the Board of Trade, recommends that the Board shall, in future, be controlled ...

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  16. RUSSIA'S POLICY.

    Professor Harrison Moore writes:-- I am anxious to correct some misunderstanding of my views on Admiral Alexieff's reported proclamation contained ...

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  17. BLOOD-DYED WATER.

    A grimly sensational episode of the terrible fighting at the base of Naushan Hill, which the Japanese assaulted, and captured on the 26th ult., has been made ...

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  18. MANCHU BRIGANDS.

    The Chunchuses, or Manchurian brigands, large forces of whom, under Japanese leadership, have been converging on the railway north of Makden and ...

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  19. THE WITTON CASE.

    The case of ex-Lieutenant Witton, who is undergoing imprisonment in England in connection with the murderous shooting of unarmed Boers by the Bushveldt ...

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  20. WARNED OFF.

    The National Hunt Committee, one of the turf authorities of the United Kingdom, has under consideration the case of Robert Standish Sevier, who was ...

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  21. BOYCOTTED.

    A remarkable situation has arisen in connection with the United States representation at St.Petersburg. Mr Robert S. M'Gormack,- the United ...

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  22. MADAME MELBA.

    Madame Melba, the famous Victorian vocalist, last night sang before the King and Queen at Buckingham Palace. Their Majesties presented Madame ...

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  23. SAMACHI AFFAIR.

    Some particulars regarding the forces engaged at Samachi, about 40 miles north of Fenghwangcheng, from which town the Russians have just been driven ...

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  24. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    The war, Near Port Arthur. Four Hays' desultory fighting. No general engagement has taken ...

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