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    Alderman O'FIynn, owing to the illnees of the Mayor, welcomed the returned soldiers last Wednesday, when about 2000 were present. The town was gaily decorated with bunting. Lancers ...

    Article : 656 words
  3. The Sugar Industry.

    Mr. Barton addressed a large meeting at Newtown last night, and made special reference to the sugar industry. He said if they put equal import and excise duties on this article, they wonld speedily ...

    Article : 1,533 words

    So far all theories for the Sydenham railway accident are quita conjectural. The man who was in the train and escaped, the man near at hand on lerra firms, the man down in Sydney, and ...

    Article : 269 words
  5. The Federal Campaign.

    Mr. R. E. O'Connor, who is a candidate for the Senate, opened his campaign at Paddington on Tuesday, when be addressed a large andience. He said on the eve of this contest he thought it was ...

    Article : 1,117 words

    Australian Bushmen and the New Zealand Roughriders, under Brigadier-General Plumer, followed De Wet from Philipstown to Houtkrasl, until darkness and rain set in. Friend and foe were ...

    Article : 957 words

    The Banerolent Home is undergoing renovation. Dr. Leyds lost some important documents relating to the Boer cause. Easterly winds, with fine weather, prevailed on ...

    Article : 1,463 words
  8. Going Back to Tarana.

    The Sydenham accident is the first great railway catastrophe in this State since the Tarana one a few years ago. The latter provided a terrible Sensation, and resulted in something of a scandal, ...

    Article : 504 words
  9. The Imperial Parliament.

    In the House of Commons Mr. John Dillon moved the adjournment of the House as a protest against a long-standing rule of this leader of the House, Mr. A. J. Balfour, that the Foreign ...

    Article : 749 words
  10. Captain Conroy on the War.

    Captain J. M. Conroy, who left Sydney twelve months ago with the N. S. Wales Bushmen, returned here on Sunday. As may he remembered he went to South Africa as a special service officer ...

    Article : 355 words
  11. And Then—Weyler!

    After the above, it is "nice" reading to note the following extraordinary bit in "Reynolds' Weekly" (a seditions English papar) under the heading "General Weyler Condemns our Brutality." ...

    Article : 241 words
  12. Coloured Labour Question.

    Mr. J. G. Drake (Federal Postmastar-General), who was well received at Mr. O'Connor's meeting, said that he would stand for the Senate in Queensland, and he fully appreciated the very important part ...

    Article : 2,076 words

    An edict from the Emperor Kwang-heu declares that the Princes and the officials are relisting the proposals to suppress the Boxers, and that the Court has thus been imperilled. The edict admits ...

    Article : 417 words
  14. A Nice Witness.

    A woman was before one of our judges yesterday as a witness. She gave her evidence intelligently enough, but when it came to cross-examination her mind was a blank. "What's the ...

    Article : 120 words
  15. That Backward Pay.

    The pay-to-members-of-past-contingents scandal increases. Last evening a meeting of members of contingents who have returned from the war decided to interview the Colonial Secretary and ...

    Article : 135 words



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