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  2. THE BOER WAR.

    A convoy proceeding from Kroonspr[?] to Frankfort, in the Orange Free State, was attacked by a party of 50 Boers, who were, however, kept in check ...

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  3. AFFAIRS IN CHINA.

    M. Delcasse, the French Minister of Foreing Affairs announces that he includes among the matters in which France is interested in China, the railway line from ...

    Article : 382 words
  4. THE CORONATION.

    The Admiralty has announced that anchorage room will be found for many foreign ships at the Portsmouth Coronation review. It has also been arranged ...

    Article : 427 words
  5. IMPORTANT WAR NEWS.

    The announcement has just been received from Pretoria that the principal members of the nomined Government of the Transvaal arrived in that city by train ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. The Argus.

    The animating spirit of the present reform movement is that it is felt that far too much money is being taken from the people. It is realised that the ...

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  7. THE BALLARAT MINING DISASTER

    The magnitude of the difficulties which confront the rescue parties in their endeavours to reach the bodies of William Hunter and John O'Keefe at the Cardigan ...

    Article : 950 words
  8. ECONOMY.

    The question of economy touches the producers of the state nearer than it does any other class, and hence it is that the subject has been taken up ...

    Article : 276 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    Her Excellency the Countess of Hopetoun will preside this afternoon at the annual meeting of the Order of the Daughters of the Court, in the Independent-hall, ...

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  10. SIR HERBBERT CHERMSIDE.

    His Excellency Sir Herbert Chermside and Lady Chermside made their official entry into Brisbane this afternoon. The streets were bedecked with bunting and ...

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  11. RUSSIA IN THE EAST.

    The fact that Vice-Admiral Alexieff, the eommander-in-chief of Eastern Siberia, with his headquarters at Vladivostock, has been granted several months' leave of ...

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  12. THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    Count Bulow, the German Chancellor is at present paying a holiday visit to Italy, and will have a meeting with Signor Prinetti, the Italian Minister of Foreign ...

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  13. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    The bubonic plague is raging with much severity in the Punjaub in India, half the province being infected. The deaths number no fewer than 2,000 ...

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  14. MR. CECIL RHODES.

    The general condition of Mr. Cecil Rhodes is much weaker. LONDON, March 24. Mr. Rhodes continues in a very weak ...

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  15. LANDSLIDE IN NEW ZEALAND.

    A remarkable landslide occured nine miles beyond Masterton, in th Wairarapa district, where the whole of a hillside, covering between 40 and 50 acres, has ...

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  16. THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    Commenting to-day on the proposals made by Mr. Seddon for the consideration of the Premiers' Conference which is to be held in London at the time of the ...

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  17. BURGLARIES AT KEW.

    Yesterday morning a startling story was told of the apperance of armed and masked burglars at the houses of two well-known residents. They made ...

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  18. THE SYDNEY FIRE.

    The inquest concering the death of Belle Pye, widow who lost her life by being buried beneath the wall which fell during the fire at Her Majesty's Theatre ...

    Article : 701 words
  19. FATAL MINING ACCIDENT

    The Prince of wales and Bonshaw mine, at Sebastopo was the scene of a fatal accident this afternoon, the victim being a casual battery enginedrive named John ...

    Article : 214 words
  20. THE UNITED STATES.

    Senator [?]'s bill for the protection of the person holding the position of President against attacks upon his life has passed the Senate by 52 votes to 15. ...

    Article : 171 words
  21. A HAYTIAN CRIME.

    Recently a Frenchman named Gabriel came into conflict with a policeman in Hayti, who was attempting to arrest him on a charge of treson. During the ...

    Article : 93 words
  22. ACCIDENT OR FOUL PLAY.

    It is stated that the body of Charles M'Gregor, which was found in the Colo River, in the Windsor district, last week, is to be exhumed, and further inquiry ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. MAIL STEAMERS.

    I.G.M.S. Weimar left Suez for Australia on the 19th inst. F.M.S. Australian arrived at Marseilles on the 23rd inst. ...

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  24. A STRIKE RIOT.

    A labour strike, which has occurred at Batoum, the Russian port on the Black Sea, has given rise to a serious conflict between the military and a body of rioters. ...

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  25. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    John Neill, of Punt-road, Windsor, formerly licensed victualler, now out of business. Causes of insolveney—Refusal to renew license of Corner Hotel, St. Kilda, ...

    Article : 93 words
  26. COLONEL GRIMM'S TREACHERY.

    It has been announced that Russia has communicated to France the extent and importance of the military secrets sold by Colonel Grinum to Germany. ...

    Article : 135 words
  27. LARGE FIRE IN QUEENSLAND.

    A disastrous fire occurred at Childrens, 40 miles south of Maryborough, last night. The whole of the northern side of Mainstreet, with the exception of ten buildings, ...

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  28. EASTER HOLIDAYS.

    The postal authorities announce the subjoined arrangements for the Easter holidays:- Friday, 28th March (Good Friday).—Postal and ...

    Article : 328 words
  29. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At half-past 10 a.m.—Perpetual Executors, &c., Co. v. Angove (part heard), Smith v. President, &c., of Warr[?] palmer v. Bourke, Cantwell v. [?] and Northern District Trustess, &c., ...

    Article : 169 words
  30. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The steamer Hurobian, of the Allan Mail line, is 27 days overdue at St. John's New Brunswick, from Liverpool. LONDON, March 24. ...

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  31. BUSINESS PEOPLE ON JURIES.

    To-day, in dealing with an application by certain jurors for relief on the ground of urgent private business, Mr. Justice Cohen said that in a considerable number ...

    Article : 110 words
  32. THE BURNS MEMORIAL.

    Mr. W. He[?] Maclennan, secrertary Caledonian Society of Melbourne, has received the following additional subscriptions on behalf of the Burns Monument:—Amount previously ...

    Article : 191 words
  33. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    By the Australian Mortgage, Land, and Finance Company Limited, dated 21st:—"The sales continue very animated. Prices for the better classes of wool are rather higher, but interior and faulty ...

    Article : 66 words
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