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  2. CABLES.

    The French newspapers assert that the President has decorated Leandre, whose gross caricatures of the Queen aroused indignation in England. Sir ...

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  3. VAAL KRANTZ CARRIED WITH THE BAYONET.

    Later accounts of General Buller’s advance show that the Durham Light Infantry carried with the bayonet Vaal Krantz. ...

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  4. A BOER TACTIC.

    The Boers are reported to have burned the grass northwards from the Tugela and Modder Rivers. The object of this move is to provide a black ...

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  5. TO-DAY’S TELEGRAMS

    When a division was taken on Lord Fitzmaurice’s motion of censure in the House of Commons, 35 Government supporters were absent. The absentees ...

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  6. CABLES.

    The Australian troops on the Modder River are relieving the monotony of their soldierly duties by indulging in cricket matches. They are now ...

    Article : 46 words
  7. AN INDIAN PRINCE.

    The Maharajah of Jaipur, one of the native princes of India, has contributed a lache of rupees, about £75,000, to the Indian War Fund. ...

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  8. BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT PARIS.

    Sir Edmond Monson. British Ambassador at Paris, has gone either to Nice or San Remo, in the Reveira, on leave of absence. ...

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  9. THURSDAY’S CABLES

    General French continues to harass the enemy in the north of Cape Colony. Yesterday a strong force was sent to seize Norval’s Point. ...

    Article : 38 words
  10. ANGLO-AMERICAN RELATIONS.

    Russell A. Alger, late United States Secretary for War, has been interviewed by a newspaper representative regarding the Anglo-American ...

    Article : 73 words
  11. Fridays Gables.

    Information has been received at the War Office regarding the operations in Natal. They are most meagre. The official despatch merely ...

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  12. SPLENDID WORK OF THE BRITISH ARTILLERY.

    The British artillery is doing splendid work, raking the enemy’s trenches for miles. ...

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  13. THE GERMAN PRESS AND BRITAIN.

    The Vossiche Zeitung and Berlin Post are protesting against the Anglophobe tendency of the German newspapers. The same journals warn the ...

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  14. BOERS NEAR COLESBURG.

    Later intelligence has been received the effect that the Boers have been driven by a heavy iyddite fire from a strong position between ...

    Article : 35 words
  15. KRUGER SENDS 90 MORE GUNS TO THE FRONT.

    The Gape Argus irresponsible for the statement that Kruger has sent 90 additional guns to the front, denuding Pretoria. ...

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  16. ORDER FOR SMALL ARMS.

    The Imperial Government has placed an order with a small arms factory at Birmingham for delivery of 1200 Lee-Enfield rifles weekly. ...

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  17. THE ANGLOPHOBE NEWS-PAPERS CHAGRINED

    The Anglophobe French newspapers are greatly chagrined and mortified by the increasing popularity and influence of Chamberlain, whose ...

    Article : 38 words
  18. BRITAIN AND THE NICARAGUAN CANAL.

    A Renter’s despatch from Washington states that Great Britain has relinquished her right to exercise joint over the projected Nicaraguan ...

    Article : 42 words
  19. KRUGER AND STEYN’S LETTER.

    The Boer Presidents’ insolent description of the British troops as “ white brigands indulging in general devastation and violence and contrary ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. MISSIONARIES IN CHINA.

    Germany, acting in concert with other European powers, has presented a note to the Government of Peking insisting on adequate protection being ...

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  21. KRUGER AND STEYN.

    The Boer Presidents are greatly concerned at the inactivity of the Boer Army in Natal. Having made a complaint to General Joubert on this ...

    Article : 53 words
  22. LIEUT. HAWKER JOINS S.A. TROOPS.

    Lieut. Hawker of Adelaide, now in England, will, it is announced, shortly Join the South Australian troops at front. ...

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  23. BRITISH ARTILLERY.

    Speaking yesterday in the House of Commons Mr. George Wyndham, Under Secretary of State for War, declared that the British artillery in South ...

    Article : 36 words
  24. CHANNEL SQUADRON SAILS FOR GIBRALTAR.

    The Channel Squadron has sailed for Gibraltar. ...

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  25. BULLER’S PREPARATIONS.

    General Buller has prepared an immense convoy of stores for the garrison at Ladysmith. ...

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  26. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the House of Commons, yesterday the debate on Lord Fitzmaurice’s motion of censure was continued and concluded. In the course of the ...

    Article : 234 words
  27. MORE REINFORCEMENTS.

    Within the next week, reinforcements numbering 13,000 troops, 3000 horses and six guns embark for South Africa. ...

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  28. THE NICARAGUAN CANAL AGREEMENT.

    The United States jingoes are stoutly opposing the ratification of the Anglo-American Convention respecting the Nicaragua Canal. The ...

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  29. GATACRE’S AND KELLY KENNY’S TROOPS JUNCTION.

    The mounted troops forming the left wing of General Gatacre’s column, whose base is at Molteno, is functioned The bus with the right wing of ...

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  30. THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the House of Commons yesterday, Sir W. Harecourt, late leader of the Liberal party, supported Lord Edmond Fitzmanrice’s motion for an inquiry ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN TROOPSHIP ARRIVES AT DURBAN..

    Australian troopship Warrigal [?] W. “A” Battery on board [?] Durban on 2nd inst. ...

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  32. IRREGULAR TROOPS AT CAPE TOWN.

    Brigadier-General Bribant, lately appointed to the command of the colonial division of irregular troops, raised in Cape Colony, has started for ...

    Article : 48 words
  33. WHAT IS BULLER DOING.

    Considerable doubt exists even yet as to Bullers movements in Natal. The definite reports which reached Durban yesterday intimating that a ...

    Article : 39 words
  34. SCARCITY OF TRANSPORTS,

    The scarcity of transports is seriously delaying the despatch of the Imperial. Yeomanry to the seat of war. ...

    Article : 27 words
  35. THE SECOND VICTORIAN AND N.S.W. CONTINGENTS.

    Lord Roberts yesterday visited the Australian troopships Euraylus and Warrigal, having on board respectively the second Victorian contingent and ...

    Article : 76 words
  36. INTER-COLONIAL.

    Over £8000 has been subscribed in South Australia towards the Bushmen’s Corps Fund. ...

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  37. MR. CHAMBERLAIN REPLIES.

    Replying in the House of Commons to the attacks made by Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice Sir Wm. Harcourt and others upon the South African policy ...

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  38. GREAT MILITARY EVENT PENDING.

    A Cape Town despatch states that a great military movement is pending. Lord Roberts and Lord Kitchener have left Cape Town. No mention ...

    Article : 360 words
  39. GENERAL FRENCH’S OPERATIONS.

    General French has, it is started, despatched an overwhelming force to seize. Norval’s Point. The object of this movement is to cut off he Boers’ ...

    Article : 59 words
  40. EX-PREMIER KINGSTON RESIGNS HIS SEAT.

    Mr Kingston has resigned his seat in the South Australian Parliament. ...

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  41. A SHUNTER KILLED.

    An employee of the Adelaide railway station yards, named Paris Hansen, was killed yesterday during the shunting operations. ...

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  42. GREEK SYMPATHY FOR ENGLAND.

    Egerton, British Minister at Athens, in the Quern’s name thanked the Greek Government for their expressions of sympathy towards Great ...

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  43. WARRIGAL ARRIVES AT CAPETOWN.

    The troopship Warrigal, with the New South Wales “A” Battery of Artillery, has arrived at Cape Town. ...

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  44. LOCAL

    It is estimated that the season’s output of West Australian wine totals 125,000 gallons ...

    Article : 21 words
  45. THE TIMES CORRESPONDENT ON BULLER’S ADVANCE.

    The correspondent of the Times, who is accompanying the Ladysmith relief army, has furnished that journal with an interesting account of the situation ...

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  46. GERMANY AND BRITAIN.

    The Continental correspondents of the London newspapers agree as to the futility of the efforts of the French press to persuade Germany to lead an ...

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  47. MOVEMENTS ON THE MODDER RIVER SIDE.

    The Standard’s correspondent a Modder River reports an important movement in connection with the British operations on the west of the ...

    Article : 128 words
  48. FIELD BATTERY FROM INDIA.

    Another field battery of artillery from India has been landed at Durban. ...

    Article : 16 words
  49. A NEW NAVAL GUN.

    A new 4.7 inch naval gun has been successfully tried at Colenso. ...

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  50. CAPTAIN OF A GERMAN BARQUE ARRESTED AT BUNBURY.

    The captain of a German barque at Bunbury has teen arrested on a charge of shooting one of the crew with a revolver. The latter is in hospital in a ...

    Article : 49 words
  51. CHAMBERLAIN’S RECENT SPEECH.

    Chamberlain’s recent speech in the House of Commons produced a great impression in Germany and Austria. The Berlin and Vienna papers pronounce ...

    Article : 65 words
  52. BULLER’S ADVANCE UNCONFIRMED.

    The reported advance of General Buller to the relief of Ladysmith is still unconfirmed. ...

    Article : 18 words
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  54. AUSTRALIAN BUSHMEN’S FUND.

    The Australian Bushmen’s Fund, promoted by the N. Z. Agent General, reaches over £10,000. ...

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  55. HELIOGRAPH MESSAGE FROM KIMBERLEF.

    A heliograph message from Kimerbley states that the Boers have burned English homestead at Platfontein. ...

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  56. THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT PARIS.

    The British Ambassador at Paris did not as previously reported, formally protest against the action of the French President’s decoration of the ...

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  57. BANK CLOSED AT JOHANNESBURG

    Kruger has directed the closing af the Johannesburg branch of the Robinson’s Banking Coy. ...

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  58. BULLER’S ARTILLERY.

    It is stated that Buller used seventy two guns. The British casualties are estimated at 250 in killed and wounded. ...

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  59. KRUGER AND STEYN ADDRESS LORD ROBERTS.

    Presidents Kruger and Steyn have addressed Lord Roberts a communication in which they complain of the destruction by British soldiers of Boer ...

    Article : 68 words
  60. BOER PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM SIMONSTOWN.

    A das patch from Cape Town tells of a rather sensational occurrence at the British naval station Simons Town, where a number of Boer prisoners were ...

    Article : 69 words
  61. THE NICARAGUAN CANAL CONVENTION.

    The New York correspondent of the Times states that no recent agreement between Britain and the States is likely to prove comparable with the ...

    Article : 76 words
  62. CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY.

    Mr. Bernard Abraham, London, a solicitor, with three others, has been arrested on a charge of conspiracy. The alleged conspirators charged ...

    Article : 39 words
  63. ENEMY SHELL BRITISH FROM SPION KOP.

    General Wynne’s column during the attack was shelled by the enemy’s artillery from Spion Kop. ...

    Article : 21 words
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