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  2. THE BOER WAR.

    General Botha, the commander in chief of the Boer army, with a force of 800 men, is in longer on his farm, some 25 miles northeast of Vryheid, in the south-eastern ...

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  3. JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA.

    The attitude of the Australian Commonwealth to Japanese immigrants is attracting much attention in Japan, particularly since the conclusion of the treaty between ...

    Article : 98 words
  4. FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

    His Majesty the King, who will during the summer, spend some time at Nice, contemplates stopping for two days in Paris. It is probable that on the occasion His ...

    Article : 87 words
  5. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The formal steps for the transfer of New Guinea to the Commonwealth are being taken, and His Majesty the King has directed his Royal Letters Patent to issue ...

    Article : 1,337 words
  6. THE LAKE NAGAMBIE FATALITY.

    Mr. T. Hewlett, M.R.C.S., and Mrs. Hewlett, who narrowly escaped death in the boating accident at Lake Nagambie on Saturday morning, when Mr. Hewlett's ...

    Article : 1,177 words
  7. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor will pay his first visit to Ballarat to-morrow week. He will arrive by special train at 11.45 a.m. Subsequently he will be received at the ...

    Article : 1,667 words
  8. MONEY FOR HIGH TARIFFISTS.

    Evidence was recently given in one of the law courts of the existence of a secret fund for the election purposes of the High Tariff party during the recent campaigns. ...

    Article : 378 words
  9. THE POPE'S JUBILEE.

    The Earl of Denbigh, a prominent Catholic peer, who was deputed by the King to visit Rome and convey His Majesty's congratulations to the Pope on ...

    Article : 73 words
  10. THE FAR EAST.

    The rebellion which Prince Tuan is leading, at Nanning, in Kwangsi, one of the southern provinces in China, is spreading. At Kaichu, one of the principal towns in ...

    Article : 268 words
  11. SITUATION IN ITALY.

    The situation in Iitaly, which had assumed a serious aspect on account of a threatened general strike, has been relieved. Signor Giolitti, the Minister of the ...

    Article : 79 words
  12. POLO.

    There was a very large attendance at the Kooyong polo ground yesterday, when the final lie of the tournament for the Madden Cup was played off. The Colac team, ...

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  13. AFGHANISTAN.

    The Ameer Habibullah, anticipating that trouble would arise from the projected visit of the financial priest, the Haddi Mullah, to Cabul, has induced him to defer his visit. ...

    Article : 56 words
  14. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.

    The committee of the Victoria Amateur Turf Club have had under consideration the conditions of several events to be decided at Caulfield during next and the ...

    Article : 529 words
  15. BETTING IN ENGLAND.

    The Betting Committee appointed list year by the House of Lords, under the presidency of the Earl of Durham, has been reconstituted, and has commenced the ...

    Article : 191 words
  16. SUICIDE OF MR. C. Y. O'CONNOR.

    A painful sensation was created at Fremantle when it was learned this forenoon that Mr. C.Y.O'Connor C.M.G., engineerin-chief, had been found dead in the water ...

    Article : 454 words
  17. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.

    A remarkable outrage is reported from Kilrush, a town in the county Clare, Ireland. Some mounted men, with masked faces, rode up to the house of a Mrs. ...

    Article : 421 words
  18. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Pierpont Morgan, the American millionaire, has become the possessor of the famous collection of old Chinese porcelain formerly owned by Mr. dames Garland, of ...

    Article : 145 words
  19. TATTERSALLS SWEEPS.

    The opinion of the Federal Attorney-General is being obtained on "Tattersall's" plan to circumvent the law with regard to sweep promoters' correspondence. The ...

    Article : 211 words
  20. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A sawmill owned by Mr. T. Jones, at Gilgandra, was destroyed by fire yesterday. The manager's house was burned to the ground, and a large stock of rough and ...

    Article : 292 words
  21. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    The momentary scare caused by the recent infection of a wharf labourer with bubonic plageue has subsided, as day after day has gone by without any fresh cases ...

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  22. QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS.

    The state elections will take place tomorrow. In several electorates the Ministerial vote will probably be split owing to there being more than the required number ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Parliamentary libel case, Tucker v. Hutchison, will be taken before a jury at the Civil Court to-morrow. The Cabinet to-day appointed a board, ...

    Article : 82 words
  24. ALLEGED INCENDIARISM.

    Students of criminology would find a subject worthy of their attention in George Martin, a middle-aged man, living in North Fitzroy, who has acknowledged himself ...

    Article : 525 words
  25. FATAL LIGHTNING FLASH.

    During the progress of a thunderstorm at Mudgee this evening, Frederick Deale and his son were struck by lightning. The son was killed, and the father rendered ...

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  26. CRUISE ROUND THE WORLD

    For some days past a look-out has been kept at Port Phillip Heads for the Canadian yacht Tillieum with her venturesome master, Captain Voss, on board. ...

    Article : 254 words
  27. NEW ZEALAND.

    The (Government have finally accepted the tender of the Blue Star Company of Liverpool for a direct service between New Zealand and South Africa. Some doubt ...

    Article : 129 words
  28. A MINING EXPLOSION.

    Two miners, Richard Rowlands and Robert Wallis, were seriously injured at the south Glenfine mine, Hollybush, to-day. They were working below on the 400ft. ...

    Article : 142 words
  29. STORM AT MILLTHORPE.

    A phenomenal storm was experienced at Milthorpe in the Bathurst district to-day, Very heavy hail fell for nearly an hour. The hailstones were nearly as large as ...

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  30. THE PREMIER AND POLITICS.

    The state Premier, speaking at the mayoral [?]uncheon to-day, stated that it was his intention to make social legislation concering the health and the well-being of the ...

    Article : 71 words
  31. NATIVE RELICS AT NUMURKAH.

    The Authropological Society in Sydney have made application to Mr. Willam Baxter, of Wania, for the skeletcris of the two aborigines discovered by him on his farm ...

    Article : 143 words
  32. THE AUXILIARY SQUADRON.

    The Premier (Mr. Seddon) speaking at Dunedin, contended that the time had arrived when the Australasian squadron should be strengthened, and he would ...

    Article : 91 words
  33. CITY NEWSBOYS.

    Sir,—May we, through the medium of your columns, ask for donations for the annual prenic of the city newsboys. By the kindness of Messrs. Howard Smith and ...

    Article : 140 words
  34. SHOT BY THE POLICE.

    William Clarke, who was shot by a policeman early on Saturday morning, died at the Sydney Hospital to-day. It appeared that in his dying depositions Clarke stated ...

    Article : 132 words
  35. AN EX-CRIMINAL AS JURYMAN.

    At the Quarter Sessions, to-day Judge Heydon, referring to a criminal case recontly tried, said he had been given to understand that one of the jurymen who ...

    Article : 143 words
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