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  2. LOCAL AND GENERAL

    FRANCIS Hart, whilom W.A journalist, and now nominally editor of the “Colonial Goldfields Gazette” has lost the use of one of his arms through a ...

    Article : 1,576 words
  3. THE CAPE-TO-CAIRO RAILWAY.

    The London Daily Telegraph has despatched an expedition to explore the route of the projected Cape to Cairo railway. ...

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  4. Agricultural Show at Dongarra.

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  5. TODAYS TELEGRAMS

    The cost, so far, of Great Britain’s preparations for the enforcement of Her demands in the Transvaal is estimated at one million pounds sterling ...

    Article : 44 words
  6. CAPRICIOUS CARPINGS

    I may premise the few remarks following, by pointing out that they by no means represent the opinions of this paper, but merely express the ...

    Article : 1,595 words
  7. THE PLAGUE IN PORTUGAL.

    The plague outbreak at Oporto in Portugal has extended to the neighbouring town. ...

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  8. SPORTING.

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  9. EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK,

    The New York citizens are wildly excited over the return of Admiral Dewey from Manila. ...

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  10. THE PRIME MINISTER AND THE NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT.

    Lord Salisbury has addressed a note to the Netherlands Government on the subject of the South African crisis. ...

    Article : 61 words
  11. INTERCOLONIAL

    The New Zealand House of Representatives has decided to offer a military contingent for service in the Transvaal. ...

    Article : 76 words
  12. Northampton Notions

    The weather for the past week has been fairly seasonable. A few light showers have fallen, and crops are looking promising. Hay is being ...

    Article : 220 words
  13. THE BOERS OFFENSIVE.

    The Boers are reported to be looting farmers on the Beehuanaland border, and molesting Chinese and blacks at Johannesburg. It is stated ...

    Article : 37 words
  14. A MINER KILLED.

    D. Sheehan, a miner, was accident ly killed in Bar One mine, at Omeo, yesterday. ...

    Article : 22 words
  15. TROOPS FROM INDIA.

    The first of the troops to embark from India are expected to reach Durban, the chief seaport of Natal, on Tuesday next, and five thousand ...

    Article : 32 words
  16. MISHAP TO THE BUNINYONG

    While oft Gabo Island on Wednesday afternoon, the steamer Buninyong broke her intermediate crank and was towed to port by the ...

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  17. ORANGE FREE STATE.

    The Volksraad of the Orange Free State has, by a unanimous vote, decided to instruct the Government to try and ensure peace without ...

    Article : 54 words
  18. LOCAL.

    The Bill to increase the capital of the Agricultural Bank from £100,000 to £200,000 passed its second reading in the Assembly yesterday. ...

    Article : 29 words
  19. THE BORDER REGIMENT FROM MALTA.

    The steamer Sumatra has been chartered to convey the first battalion of the Border Regiment from Malta to Cape Colony. ...

    Article : 26 words
  20. Colonial Wool Report

    We are favored by Messrs Ainsworth & Pope for the following extract from Buxton, Ronald & Co’s wool circular of August 22, 1899:— ...

    Article : 438 words
  21. THE TRAMWAYS OPENED IN PERTH.

    The Hay St. section of the Perth electric tramways was opened to passenger traffic yesterday. The cars are liberally patronised. ...

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  22. WAR OFFICE BUYING MULES

    The British War Office is buying twenty thousand mules in America and Italy. ...

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  23. STRIKE AT DONNYBROOK.

    A number of miners at Donnybrook have struck for a rise in wages from eight to ten shillings per day. ...

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  24. THE BOERS PURCHASING SUPPLIES.

    The Boers are trying to purchase large supplies of wheat and tinned meats in Cape Town. ...

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  25. FIRE AT COOLGARDIE.

    At Piccadilly, Coolgardie, yesterday, a store and its contents were destroyed by fire. The damage is estimated at £500. ...

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  26. MORE SOLDIERS FOR THE TRANSVAAL.

    Twenty-five companies of the Army Service Corps will sail for South Africa next week. These preparations are taken to ...

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  27. THE BRITISH COLUMN FIRED UPON.

    Two rifle shots were fired yesterday at the British column while on the march near Dundee, in North Natal. It is riot known by whom ...

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  28. FIGHTING SPIRIT OF THE BOERS INTENSIFIED.

    Mr Chamberlain’s last despatch to the Transvaal is said to have intensified the fighting spirit of the Boers. ...

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  29. PROBABLE DEMAND OF KRUGER.

    It is expected at Pretoria that President Kruger will demand of the British Government to cease sending reinforcements to South Africa ...

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  30. A RUN ON PRETORIA BANKS

    Owing to the unsettled condition of affairs in the Transvaal, and prospects of war, a run has commenced on the Pretoria banks. ...

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  31. MUTINY AT NATAL.

    A number of the Cape “boys” employed as muleteers by the military authorities in Natal have mutinied at Ladismith by refusing to go to the ...

    Article : 30 words
  32. THE VENEZUELAN ARBITRATION CASE.

    The Venezuela boundary arbitration case is closed. It is feared that the award will not be wholly favorable to Great Britain. ...

    Article : 26 words
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