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  2. PECULIAR WEATHER.

    For several days and nights strong but cool south-east winds have been blowing on the Adelaide plains, breaking boughs of trees, scattering leaves and flowers and young fruit. ...

    Article : 983 words
  3. THE "SUNBEAM" PICNIC.

    One of the greatest events in the children's year is the "Sunbeam" picnic. Not only the members of the Sunbeam Society, but their elders—their parents and friends ...

    Article : 2,652 words
  4. THE WASHAWAYS ON THE NORTHERN LINES.

    The Railways Commissioner, Mr. A. G. Pendleton, on Saturday morning received a telegram that the ballast train had just passed over the first washaway on the Broken Hill ...

    Article : 1,026 words
  5. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    The match betweene the cricketers of Victoria and South Australia was resumed on Saturday in circumstances that were neither pleasant nor favourable to a display of ...

    Article : 1,596 words
  6. THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT

    Mr. W Redmond, Parnellite member for East Clare, moved an amendment in the House of Commons to the Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Opening Speech, urging that an ...

    Article : 342 words
  7. THE FAR EAST.

    When the British warships ordered to the Chinese Station to reinforce Sir Edward Seymour's command shall have arrived in those waters Great Britain's preponderance over the ...

    Article : 77 words
  8. AFRICAN AFFAIRS.

    A bluebook has been issued dealing with seven despatches which havee passed between the Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain and Mr. W. Conynham Greene, C.B., the British ...

    Article : 142 words
  9. THE DREYFUS SCANDAL.

    The trial of M. Emile Zola, the famous novelist, who is charged with having made false allegations affecting French military officials, was continued yesterday. ...

    Article : 153 words
  10. FRENCH AND GERMAN DEMANDS.

    The Chinese authorities have satisfied the demand of the French Government for the payment of an indemnity for the kidnapping of a French subject by Tongking bandits. ...

    Article : 81 words
  11. THE BECHUANALAND RISING.

    The Bechuanaland chief, Galishwe, has been found guilty, and sentenced to ten years' imprisonment in connection with the late rising. ...

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  12. ASTOUNDING SCENES IN COURT.

    At the trial of M Emile Zola in Paris yesterday. General Billot, the French Minister of War, repudiated the charge made by M. Henri Rochefort, the well-known politician ...

    Article : 217 words
  13. A CONCESSION TO GREAT BRITAIN.

    The Chinese authorities have granted to Great Britain the right to extend the railway from the Burmese frontier through the Province of Yunnan. ...

    Article : 32 words
  14. THE ABYSSINIAN TREATY.

    In commenting upon the treaty recently entered into by Mr. Rennell Rodd, C.M.G., with the Emperor of Ethiopia, the Italian Press states that the arrangement made on ...

    Article : 85 words
  15. "SHADOWING" A RUSSIAN CRUISER

    It is believed that the British battleship Victorious, belonging to the Channel Squadron, which has been ordered to reinforce the fleet on the China Station, is shadowing the ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes advises that the States of British South Africa should federate like the Transvaal and the Orange Free State for the settlement of important ...

    Article : 40 words
  17. LONDON COMMERCIAL.

    KAURI GUM.—At yesterday's auction sales of kauri gum 1,734 cases were offered and sold. The competition was brisk. Prices averaged from 5s. to 10s. advance. Fine ...

    Article : 115 words
  18. THE BRITISH ARMY.

    The Woolwich Arsenal is working both night and day day in producing ammunition for the army and in the manufacture of armament. ...

    Article : 74 words
  19. SPAIN AND THE UNITED STATES.

    With respect to the publication in New York of a letter alleged to have been written by the Spanish Minister at Washington to a Spanish Editor, in which he attacks the policy of Mr. ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. THE BREADSTUFFS MARKET.

    WHEAT.—The American visible supply of wheat and breadstuff's is estimated at 50,105,000 bushels, as against 54,105,000 bushels a week ago. ...

    Article : 27 words
  21. STRENGTHENING THE FORCES.

    The Standard states that the Government proposes to spend a million pounds in obtaining 119 field guns and raising six additional battalions of infantry. ...

    Article : 29 words
  22. BREAK UP OF THE DROUGHT.

    Telegrams received during Saturday report a splendid rainfall, in which nearly the whole of the colony shared, The downpour will do incalculable good, not only in finally ...

    Article : 997 words
  23. A MARINE DISASTER.

    The iron screw steamer Marbella, 801 tons, owned by Rasburn &. Verel, collided with H.M.S. Galatea, first-class cruiser, 5,600 tons, at the Humber yesterday. ...

    Article : 56 words
  24. AUSTRALIAN MEAT.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 166 words
  25. THE INDIAN FRONTIER.

    Despatches received from General Sir George Stewart White, G.C.I. E. K.C.B., V.C., Commander-in-Chief in India, pay a high compliment to Major Des Voeax for his ...

    Article : 66 words
  26. MADAME MELBA.

    Madame Melba has made arrangements for a London season in opera. ...

    Article : 15 words
  27. FIRE AT SEA.

    A fire was discovered in the after-hold of the Monowai, bound from Melbourne to Hobart, at 8 p.m. on Thursday. Steam was forced down the hold to put out the fire. ...

    Article : 351 words
  28. THE QUERN AT NETLEY HOSPITAL.

    Her Majesty the Queen visited the great military hospital at Netley yesterday, and condoled with 400 of the wounded solider returned from India. ...

    Article : 32 words
  29. METAL STATISTICS.

    The total quantity of lead imported into the United Kingdom during the month of January was 11.968 tons, of which amount 2,708 tons was Australian. The exports during the same ...

    Article : 42 words
  30. THE VICTORIAN BUSH FIRES.

    Further details of loss caused by bush fires a Foster show that the destruction of sheep and cattle has been heavy. W. Gardner lost over forty head of stock, and even those that ...

    Article : 259 words
  31. SILVER.

    Silver 13 now quoted at 2s. 2d. per oz., being a fall of 1½d. since the quotation for February 8. ...

    Article : 24 words
  32. VICTORIA.

    The action of the firemen on the steamer Bulimba in refusing to "fire-up" that vessel as she was leaving port on Sunday, some weeks ago, resulted in their dismissal from the ...

    Article : 237 words
  33. LONDON SHARE MARKET.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 133 words
  34. DISSATISFACTION AT BROKEN HILL.

    Intense dissatisfaction is expressed locally at the terrible muddle made at the washaways at Pine Creek, in South Australia. Only about thirty men were employed on the ...

    Article : 398 words
  35. ACCIDENTS AT KALGOORLIE.

    A fatal Accident occurred early this morning at the Cruses Proprietary Mine. A miner, John Leamar, was firing two shots at the bottom of the shaft, which is 310 ft. deep. ...

    Article : 312 words
  36. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A middle aged man maned John Hobbs, employed by Messrs. Kidman yesterday Brothers, of Black Hill, was found drowned yesterday in a small creek three miles from Silverton. He ...

    Article : 217 words
  37. GALE IN VICTORIA.

    The gale which blew yesterday and to-day proved exceptionally sevcere along the coast and in Hobson's Bay, and threatened danger to shipping. Throughout Saturday ...

    Article : 112 words
  38. THE BRUNSWICK ORANGE DEMONSTRATION.

    The Magisterial proceedings in connection with the prosecution instituted by a certain section of the Roman Catholic against five members of the Orange fraternity, who are ...

    Article : 178 words
  39. THE ALLUVIAL QUESTION.

    A meeting was held at Cue on Saturday night to consider the alluvial question. Resolutions were carried calling on the Government to instruct the police not to ...

    Article : 99 words
  40. THE A.N.A. ART UNION.

    Following are the principal winning numbers in the A.N.A Art Union:—First prize [?]; second, [?]; third, 11,311; fourth, 111,267; fifth, 95, 393; sixth, 181,089; ...

    Article : 52 words
  41. CURRENT TOPICS.

    The principal topic of interest id the increased sales of Ogden's Guinea Gold Cigarettes. The popularity of these whiffs is the talk of the hour. Mild and fragrant. ...

    Article : 36 words
  42. Advertising

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    Advertising : 804 words
  43. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A meeting of music teachers held in Perth on Saturday approved of the proposals laid before them by Mr. C. R. Hodge, Registrar of the Adelaide University, for the ...

    Article : 67 words
  44. THE MAIN NORTH RAILWAY LINK.

    On Saturday morning the following telegram was received by the Adelaide Railway Department from the officer in charge of the repairing staff working at the washaways on ...

    Article : 185 words
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