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  2. PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND.

    The Prince of Wales is exhibiting a pleasantly paternal interest in the approaching visit of his son and heir to Australia. On Monday last His Royal Highness journeyed ...

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  3. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    On Monday morning Mr. Justice Bundey resumed the hearing of the Boveric-Hellas collision case, which was interrupted a fort-night ago owing to His Honor having been ...

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  4. VICTORIA.

    Mr. Justice Holroyd to-day decided that James Fisher, a retired public servant, was entitled to recover from the Crown £468, which had been deducted from his salary ...

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  5. WAR NOTES.

    Apparently the Russians, in their eagerness to obtain supremacy in the Chihli province, have belied their character for diplomatic caution. The ...

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  6. THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN.

    Advices from Johannesburg affirm that Major-Generals Geoffrey Barton and C. W. H. Douglas have occupied Klerksdorp, the oldest Transvaal town ...

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  7. TROUBLED CHINA.

    The latest message from Tientsin indicates that the hold of the Russians upon the railways in the province of Chihli is to be relaxed. It is stated ...

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  8. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL

    Cable advices from Calcutta state that the health of the Earl of Hopetoun, who was recently ill with dysentery, has greatly improved. ...

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  9. UNITED STATES AND FRANCE.

    Col. John Hay, Secretary of State at Washington, is endeavouring to allay the excitement caused by the report that the United States officials in ...

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  10. BOER ACTIVITY.

    The northern Boer commandos, with large herds of cattle, are trekking south over the high veldt in the direction of Ermelo. ...

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  11. THE POWERS' DEMANDS.

    Dr. G. E. Morrison, the "Times" correspondent at Pekin, telegraphs to the effect that the foreign Ambassadors, influenced probably by Russia and the ...

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  12. THE CZAR'S ILLNESS.

    The latest bulletin concerning the Czar is to the effect that his temperature is lower and he sleeps well. ...

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  13. THE BOER CONFLICT.

    The notorious Abel Erasmus, whom Viscount Wolseley strongly denounced some years ago for his cruelties to the. Kaffirs, is at the head of 2,000 Boers in ...

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  14. THE FRENCH RAILWAY DISASTER.

    In the railway accident at Dax the Countess Canevaro, of Peru, was the worst sufferer. Her husband, the Duke of Canevaro, Peruvian Minister at ...

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  15. QUEENSLAND.

    capricious rains have laden throughout the colony. The fall south from the tropics and east of the meridian of Roma was general, mostly in connection with ...

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  16. THE BLOEMFONTEIN GARRISON.

    General Sir Archibald Hunter has relieved General Kelly-Kenny of the command of the garrison at Bloemfontein. ...

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  17. OATHBREAKERS AT THE CAPE.

    British residents of Cape Colony express great indignation at the fact that many Boer prisoners, who were generously released on parole, are preaching ...

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  18. MILITARY OPERATIONS.

    It is stated that 23,000 Chinese troops are gathering on the western borders of the province of Chihli, in order to resist any advance by the allies in the ...

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  19. THE AUDIT REPORT.

    We have received the following from, the Premier:—I have noted the press comments on the Audit Commissioner's report. ...

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  20. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Over 1,000 acres of feed was destroyed to-day near Northam by a bush fire. A large fire also occurred in the Meckering district, where one farmer lost his ...

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  21. THEATRICAL DIVORCE CASE.

    The petition of Richard Goldsborough Row, wool expert, for the dissolution of his marriage with Eleanor Stewart Row, otherwise known as Kellie Stewart, actress, was ...

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  22. MR. KRUGER'S VISIT TO MARSEILLES.

    Despite the efforts of the French Government to prevent anti-British demonstrations,' the mayor of the important city of Toulon has announced that ...

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  23. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    At a meeting of the local district council on Tuesday, Cr. Hendrie was elected chairman, vice Mr. Herbert, resigned. A pearling lugger. belonging to Mr. ...

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  24. THE SUSPICIOUS DOWAGER-EMPRESS.

    The Viceroy Chang Chih-tung hints that if General Tung Fuh-siang is really engaged in inciting the Chinese in the northern provinces to rebellion ...

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  25. A NEW REPUBLIC.

    Commandant-General Louis Botha has proclaimed the establishment of a new Boer republic at Roossenekal, a village 125 miles north-east of Pretoria. ...

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  26. PRESENTATION TO MR. G. H. REID.

    There was a large gathering at the town hall to-night to witness the presentation of an illuminated address to the Right Hon. G. H. Reid, conveying appreciation of his ...

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  27. ROBBERY ON THE BARRIER.

    An impudent and successful sate robbery occurred on Saturday night, between 8 and 10 o'clock, when Mr. Albers. baker, Blende street, was victimized. His private house ...

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  28. COMMONWEALTH CELEBRATIONS.

    Arrangements nave been completed to horse, house, and feed the thousand Imperial troops who will form the guard of honour to the Governor-General in his procession ...

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  29. PROPOSED WHOLESALE DEPORTATION OF BURGHERS.

    It is reported at Durban that Kitchener's visit to Natal is in connection with a scheme which he is formulating for the deportation of the bulk ...

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  30. INAUGURATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The Bishop of Adelaide, Right Rev. Dr. Hurmer, his sent to us the following letter addressed to him by His Excellency toe Governor, and prayer to be used on the ...

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  31. TELEGRAPH COMMUNICATION.

    The telegraph services for private messages in the Transvaal and Orange river Colony have been partially restored. ...

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  32. THE DIOCESE OF CARPENTARIA.

    The Bishop of Carpentaria was installed in the Quetta memorial church, Thursday Island, yesterday. The steamer Merrie England arrived from New Guinea yesterday ...

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  33. ANOTHER QUEENSLAND DIVORCE CASK

    Another suit for divorce, in which damages are claimed, was tried at the Supreme Court to-day. The plaintiff was Irvine Perel. a journalist, who sought dissolution ...

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  34. A MILLIONAIRE AND HIS MONEY.

    Among the witnesses examined to-day in connection with the Tyson succession duty case was Mr. W. H. Groom, M.L.A. for Toowoomba Mr. Groom stated that at ...

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  35. COMMONWEALTH PRAYER.

    (For this time of the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia). O Lord God Almighty, high above all height. Whose lifetime is ...

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  36. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    At a meeting of the New South Wales Cricket Association to-night the date for the return match. New South Wales against South Australia, was fixed to begin on ...

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  37. MAYORALTY OF PERTH.

    The excitement over the mayoral elections at Perth to-day was unprecedented. It surpassed that of any previous legislative or municipal contest. Hundreds of ...

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  38. COMMEMORATION DAY SPORTS.

    The preliminary meeting in connection with the annual commemoration day sports was held in the Glenelg town hall on Monday evening. In the unavoidable absence of ...

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  39. VICTORIAN RIFLE MATCHES.

    The rifle matches of the Victorian rifle association were opened at the Williamstown ranges.to-day in cold, wet weather. The members' match, the principal event ...

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  40. INTERCOLONIAL TENNIS.

    Play in the intercolonial tennis snatches was continued to-day, but recent rain had soddened the ground, which interfered considerably with the game. In the New ...

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  41. SHAMEFUL DEPRAVITY.

    A shocking case of depravity was exposed at the Richmond court to-day when a man of respectable exterior was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment for keeping a ...

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  42. A SNAKE'S VITALITY.

    A remarkable instance of a snake's vitality was revealed on. Friday during the process of dismounting the calyx drill, which for some years has been used in ...

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  43. SUICIDE AT BROKEN HILL.

    A miner named Christian Manni, 36 years of age, living with his wile, who keeps a boarding house in Mica street, cut his throat' with a razor on Saturday evening. ...

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  44. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Adelaide branch of the A.N.A. was held at the exchange during rooms, Pirie street, on monday evening. Mr. A. Poynyton, M.P., presided. After the ordinary ...

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  45. JAM FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The steamer Yarrawonga, which sailed to-day, took 2,006 cases of 1 lb. tins of jam for South Africa, shipped by Messrs. H. Jones and Co. in part execution of the ...

    Article : 70 words
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