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  2. THE WAR. MORE JAPANESE TROOPS.

    General Kuropatkin, the Russian commander-in-chief, reports that Japanese transports are anchored in the Gulf of Chingtaitoze, 25 versts (about l6 miles) to ...

    Article : 171 words
  3. LAST NIGHT'S DIVISION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 426 words
  4. MINISTERS DEFEATED MAJORITY OF NINE.

    The Parliamentary career of the Deakin Administration was brought to a close in the House of Representatives last night at 11 o'clock, when the adverse amendment ...

    Article : 394 words
  5. The Argus.

    "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." TO CORRESPONDENTS. ...

    Article : 4,698 words
  6. SIR REGINALD TALBOT.

    The arrangements for the reception of the Governor-Elcet of Victoria (Sir Reginald Talbot) and Lady Talbot, who will arrive in the Peninsular and Oriental ...

    Article : 1,152 words
  7. LOSS OF THE PETROPAVLOVSK

    Telegrams from St. Petersburg published in Berlin newspapers state that the Czar has telegraphed to Admiral A1exieff that the Petropavlovsk disaster would have been ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. THE CAPTAIN OF THE MANDJUR.

    Amongst those on board the Petropavlovsk was the captain of the gunbont Mandjur, which was recently dismantled at Shanghai. The crew returned to Russia on ...

    Article : 51 words
  9. NOTES ON THE DEBATE.

    "On the morning of the execution the condemned man ate a hearty meal." In just the same spirit, though with no doubt a clearer conscience, the Prime Minister ...

    Article : 1,666 words
  10. OFFICIAL RETICENCE.

    The uncommunicativeness of the Russian Government is the subject of a good deal of comment. The "Novoc Vremya" and the "Grashdanin" (a St. Petersburg weekly) ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. THE LIQUOR TRADE.

    Mr. Akers-Douglas the Home Secretary, introduced into the House ot Commons yesterday and moved the first reading of the new Licensing Bill. The measure ...

    Article : 394 words
  12. MR. WATSON.

    Immediately after the House rose, Mr. Watson, leader of the Labour party, made the following statement:— "I have nothing to say beyong this, that ...

    Article : 339 words
  13. USE OF ETHERGRAMS.

    In connection with the threat by Russia to treat as spies and shoot all persons using wireless telegraphy for the transmission of war messages, a circular has been issued to ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. VALEDICTORY REMARKS.

    After the formal progress report, Mr. Deakin said:—"In moving that the House do now adjourn, in order that the Government may take the action that is called for ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. SOUTH AFRICA.

    In connection with the recent arrest at Lydenburg, in the Northern Trans[?]aal, of a number of Boer ex-burghers, who were attempting to sow disaffection amongst ...

    Article : 240 words
  16. DISAFFECTION IN RUSSIA

    The disaffection in Russia, which has been marked among the students at the universities, has now spread to the girls in the higher schools. In St. Petersburg alone ...

    Article : 61 words
  17. MR. DEAKIN'S OPINION.

    After the House rose, the Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) said:—"The majority aganist the Government is composed of three sections. The first ...

    Article : 489 words
  18. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

    It is reported that the NorddentseherLloyd Company a Kaiserin Maria Theresia, which is one of the vessels of the German auxiliary squadron, has been sold to ...

    Article : 78 words
  19. NOTES ON THE CABLES.

    In marked contrast to the Japanese official communication of yesterday assuring tourists that the war had in no way disturbed the usual routine of affairs in Japan ...

    Article : 623 words
  20. MINISTERS RESIGN TO-DAY

    The Prime Minister will hand his own resignation, and that of his colleagues, to His Excellency the Governor-General this morning. In saying that Ministers would "have ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  21. IN THE FEDE[?] GALLERIES.

    The sitting of the Senate yesterday lasted only half an hour. If was agreed that it was useless to proceed, in view of the impending defeat of the Government, and ...

    Article : 100 words
  22. A DISASTROUS FIRE.

    A most disastrous fire occurred yesterday in Toronto, the second city in the Dominion of Canada. It broke out in the quarter of the town in which the wholesale houses are ...

    Article : 96 words
  23. THE MISSION TO THIBET.

    The troops attached to Colonel Young-husband's mission have destroyed the towers and gate of the Gyangtse fort. Scores of human heads, which had ...

    Article : 46 words
  24. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Thomas Watt Allwright, of Commercial Hotel, Curzon-street, North Melbourne, gentleman. Causes of insolvency—Pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, £423/1/; assets, ...

    Article : 72 words
  25. THE NIHILIST TRAGEDY

    The victim of the explosion at the Hotel du Nord, in St. Petersburg, has not yet been identified. He was supposed to be the son ot M. Kazanoff, a state councillor, ...

    Article : 154 words
  26. A RAILWAY STRIKE.

    The H[?]garian state railway system is at a standstill owing to a strike of the employes. The men demanded a higher wage, and when it was not con[?]ded they ...

    Article : 105 words
  27. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    Mr. Justice Holroyd will take chamber business at half-past 10 a.m. Practice Court. Mr. Justice Hood will resume the hearing under ...

    Article : 170 words
  28. MR. REID'S VIEWS.

    When seen after the House rose, Mr. G. H. Reid, the leader of the Opposition, said:— "In my experience of politics in Australia ...

    Article : 739 words
  29. S.S. AUSTRALIAN AT THURSDAY ISLAND.

    THURSDAY ISLAND, Thursday.—The steamer Australian arrivedto-day from Hong Kong. Passengers:—For Sydney—Mrs. Langdon, Misses Jones and M'Culloch, Messrs. Grant, Bosenthall, ...

    Article : 41 words
  30. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    Six plague-infected rats have been found in an overhaul of a disused seed store, opposite the Belmore markets. ...

    Article : 30 words
  31. MAIL STEAMERS.

    F.M.S. Dumbea left Suez for Australia on the 20th inst. ...

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  32. S.S. KUMARA AT HOBART.

    HOBART, Thursday.—The steamer Kumara arrived to-day from London. Passengers:—For Melbourne.—Messrs. Cathrie, Groe[?]k, Pettit, Hutchinson, Pouting, Sibley, and J. Williams. For ...

    Article : 38 words
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