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  2. LETTERS FROM THE FRONT

    Private J. H. Shearer, of the First Contingent, writes from Norval's Pout under date April 3:—"We left here with 9,000 troops under General Clemonts. A march ...

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  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 283 words
  4. RELIGIOUS.

    Chunk of England Lay-readers' Association.—There was a good attendance at the Church Office on Tuesday evening, when the annual meeting of the Lay-readers ...

    Article : 1,147 words
  5. THE WINE-GROWING INDUSTRY.

    On Tuesday evening, at Perdrix's cafe, the vignerons of South Australia tendered a complimentary dinner to Mr. E. Mazuie, of Auldana, on the eve of his departure ...

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  6. THE TRANSPORT SLAVES.

    The steamer Dongola (writes our Port Pirie correspondent), which arrived from Albany on Saturday, prior to her visiting the colonies made two trips to South ...

    Article : 322 words
  7. THE COMMONWEALTH BILL.

    The Commonwealth of Australia Bill was introduced into the House of Commons by the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. Chamberlain, this afternoon. There ...

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  8. CRUSADE AGAINST RATS.

    A meeting of the representatives of the Metropolitan Board of Health was held in the Adelaide Council Chamber on Tuesday evening to devise a scheme for the ...

    Article : 246 words
  9. THE PLAGUE.

    Considerable attention is being given by various firms at Port Adelaide to the instructions issued by the Local Board of Health for the destruction of rats, the ...

    Article : 182 words
  10. SOLDIERS AND TEMPERANCE.

    At a meeting of the Army Temperance Association a Bloemfontein on April 3 Lord Roberts (says Julian Ralph, in the "Daily Mail") pointed out to the soldiers ...

    Article : 160 words
  11. IN THE OTHER COLONIES.

    In the list of plague cases yesterday a patient was registered as James Dallas it should have been Dallas James. Bow You, a Chinaman, died in his hut ...

    Article : 397 words
  12. SUPPING REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS.

    On Tuesday afternoon a large and representative gathering of shipowners and wharfawners met the members of the Port Adelaide and Semaphore. Local Boards of ...

    Article : 2,646 words
  13. THE RISING IN ASHANTI.

    The preparations by the British authorities for the relief of Kumasi, the capital of Ashamti, are progressing satisfactorily. On April 29 a force of 10,000 Ashtmtis ...

    Article : 124 words
  14. GENERAL BULLER.

    The following is an extract from a letter written by a resident of Durban:—"General Buller is generally supposed in England to have fallen very short of the ...

    Article : 109 words
  15. WHERE ARE "OUR BOYS?"

    Sir—Some time ago you published a statement from one of your correspondents at the front to the effect that Lord Roberts ?had shown great interest in the Australian ...

    Article : 160 words
  16. ENGLISH AS SHE IS HATED.

    The Africander Bond started a crusade against the English tongue in Southern Africa. The following extracts are taken from articles which appeared in 1882 in ...

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  17. A BOUNDARY QUESTION.

    The "Daily Telegraph" states that one thousand German 'troops during April seized 3,000 square miles of the Congo Free State, to Ririzi River, and north to Lake ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. FEDERATION.

    Sir—Mr. Jessop as hopeless; yet it would not be polite if I did not bow him out. I am, Sir. &c," J. H. SYMON. ...

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  19. To the Editor.

    Sir—Many of us in this colony cannot but be sorry at the angry feeling that appears to exist between some of our friends concerning the abolition of the appeal to ...

    Article : 522 words
  20. VICTORIA.

    James Brown, 23 years of age, died in the Melbourne Hospital to-day from injuries received through falling a distance at 7 ft. at Cohen Brothers' warehouse in ...

    Article : 340 words
  21. A NEW NAVAL COMMANDANT FOR AUSTRALIA.

    It is reported that Rear-Admiral Arthur William Moore, a Lord Commissioner of the Admurulty since 1896, has teen appointed to succeed Rear-Admiral ...

    Article : 86 words
  22. A DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED.

    Cabinet to-night dealt with the ease of Samuel Erusor, who at the last Circuit Count at Broken Hill was sentenced to death for the murder ef Eilen Emma ...

    Article : 95 words
  23. ABSENT-MINDED BEGGARS.

    Recently an announcement appeared in a city newspaper that certain articles were to be raffled for the benefit of the wife and children of one of the New South ...

    Article : 170 words
  24. PARIS MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    The result of the scrutiny of the polling in connection with the Paris Municipal elections shows that the Nationalists have secured the majority of die seats. There ...

    Article : 51 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Henry Copeland, the recently appointed Agent-General for New South Wales, has arrived in London, and has entered upon his new duties. ...

    Article : 55 words
  26. TASMANIA.

    Mr. Herbert R. Nicholls was elected to-day to the House of Assembly, vice Captain Miles, resigned. The Council or Agriculture at a meeting ...

    Article : 172 words
  27. PRESENTATION TO MR. F. BASSE.

    A pleasing ceremony look place on Tuesday evening at Mr. Rasse's well-known Jewellery establishment, on the eve of his leaving for the old country on a business and holiday tour. The ...

    Article : 234 words
  28. COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

    British. Consols are quoted at £101. Wheat.—The market is 6d. per quarter lower this week. ...

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  29. THE WOOL SALES.

    The London wool sales were continued to-day. There was an inferior selection, and the sale was of a dragging character. The prices were unchanged. The following sales ...

    Article : 64 words
  30. OVERSEA SHIPPING.

    London.—City of Agra, barque, Kaipara, New Zealand, January 8. DEPARTURES. For Sydney.—Algea Bay, barque, from ...

    Article : 46 words
  31. MILITARY.

    At a meeting of the members of "G Company, Scottish," last week it was decided to show in some tangible way the appreciation ot the corps for the manner in which the drill instructors have ...

    Article : 178 words
  32. THE SYDNEY CORPORATION.

    Since the outbreak of plague and tie revalations which, followed the inspection of certain portions of the city, there has been quiet but inceasing agitation for much ...

    Article : 147 words
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