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  2. KAMBALLIE, LADY'S ACHIEVEMENT.

    Certain statements made by a resident of Kamballie, W.A., Miss Alice O'Brien, concerning her experiences, were recently inquired into for purposes ...

    Article : 318 words
  3. LABOR QUESTIONS.

    The men employed by the Great Eastern Railway Company have secured the recognition of one of their important demands, namely, that, a week's work ...

    Article : 203 words
  4. Advertising

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  5. THE BOER WAR

    After the British occupation of Barberton General French was annoyed by the sniping tactics adopted by the Boers. ...

    Article : 57 words
  6. THE FAR EAST.

    Two hundred Chinese officials in Peking, and also the members of their families, committed suicide during the recent trouble at the Chinese capital. ...

    Article : 42 words
  7. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Her Majesty the Queen, will dissolve Parliament on Tuesday next. The new Parliament will be summoned to meet on November 1. ...

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  8. DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK.

    On the recommendation of Lord Salisbury, Her Majesty the Queen has been pleased to assent to the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York to Australasia, in ...

    Article : 208 words
  9. DEATH FROM PNEUMONIA

    James Bath, a storeman in Connell and Co.'s, Melbourne, broke his leg while handling raisins. He died in the hospital several days later from acute ...

    Article : 71 words
  10. SWIMMING.

    A race for the 220 yards amateur championship took place at Birmingham yesterday, and resulted in a splendid contest. ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At a meeting of the Y.M.C.A. to-day Mr. Virgo announced that he had received a cable message from the English National Council, again urging his ...

    Article : 61 words
  12. GARRISON SURROUNDED.

    The British garrison at Schweizer-renneke, 40 miles south-east of Vryburg, has been surrounded by the Boers for the last fortnight. The British are ...

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  13. BRITISH COMMANDERS.

    Colonel A. R. F. Dorward is in command of the British. Cavalry at Peking. Colonel Campbell succeeds to the command of the British troops at Tien-tsin. ...

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  14. JARVIS BEATS LINDBERG.

    In a 500-yards race at Glasgow, J. A. Jarvis, who conceded 30 seconds, defeated Lindberg, of Australia, by 48 yards. Jarvis's time was 6min. 45sec. ...

    Article : 32 words
  15. TRAGEDY IN ITALY.

    A shocking tragedy is reported from Caserta, a cathedral town in Italy, 17 miles north-east of Naples. A man named Gaetano Longo ...

    Article : 52 words
  16. PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Council to-night, the Franchise Bill, from which the progressive clauses were previously eliminated, passed the third reading. It is ...

    Article : 116 words
  17. PRINCE CHING'S POSITION,

    Prince Ching, who is negotiating with the Allies on behalf of the Emperor, does not appear to realise the position, as he thinks that the payment of an ...

    Article : 43 words
  18. LORD ROBERTS.

    The London "Daily Mail" states that Lord Roberts is to start for home on October 3. Before proceeding to England he will visit the Natal battlefields. ...

    Article : 62 words
  19. THE GALVESTON DISASTER.

    A large number of persons in Texas are in destitute circumstances, owing to the enormous destruction of property by the recent tidal wave. ...

    Article : 53 words
  20. RUSSIAN SEIZURE AT TIEN-TSIN.

    The Russians have seized some railway property at Tien-tsin, consisting of river frontages. They intend to establish a Russian settlement on the site taken, ...

    Article : 43 words
  21. THE COTTON TRADE.

    Owing to the short supplies and the bad prospects of the American cotton harvest, the Lancashire cotton mills are to close for a fortnight during October. ...

    Article : 37 words
  22. BOERS AT KOMATI POORT.

    All the heavy ordnance of the Boers is At Komati Poort. The army is mere broken disorganised rabble. Four trains laden with refugees have ...

    Article : 55 words
  23. LOST AT SEA.

    Mr. Pinch, who was reported as missing from the steamer Marloo yesterday, is Councillor Edward Pinch, of Glenelg, who went on a trip for the ...

    Article : 52 words
  24. PROGRESS IN THE EAST.

    Mr. Thomas Tate, of the firm of T. Tate and Co., of Perth, has returned from a two months trip to the eastern colonies. It is three and a half years, he states, since he left Sydney ...

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  25. WITHDRAWAL QUESTION.

    General A. R. Chaffee, the American Commander in China, has been given a free hand by the Washington, authorities in regard to the question of withdrawal. ...

    Article : 63 words
  26. BUOBNIC PLAGUE

    There have been five fresh cases of bubonic plague at Glasgow, but they are all of a mild character. ...

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  27. MONDAY'S GALE.

    The S.S.E. gale continued throughout the night, and at 1 a.m. it was accompanied by terrific hail squalls. Towards noon to-day it slackened, and is ...

    Article : 395 words
  28. NIGERIA.

    Two hundred men of the West African frontier force captured Limu, the stronghold of the Kedaris, a tribe in Nigeria. ...

    Article : 69 words
  29. PRESS DELIGHTED.

    The British press is delighted at the Queen's signal act of flavor to Australia. The "Times" suggests that the Duke ...

    Article : 59 words
  30. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Charles Cook, alias Charles Werner, was charged in the police court to-day with having obtained £99 from the National Bank by means of false ...

    Article : 93 words
  31. EX-PRESIDENT KRUGER

    Mr. Bennett Burleigh, the war correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph," sought an interview with ex-President Kruger at Delagoa Bay. ...

    Article : 154 words
  32. INTERCOLONIAL.

    The report of the Royal Commission concerning Scripture lessons in State schools, which, was handed to the Premier to-day suggests that three specimen ...

    Article : 91 words
  33. ACCIDENT AT SUNG-CHAU.

    While destroying a powder factory at Tung-Chau, 10 miles east of Peking, 16 British, Chinese, and Indian, soldiers were killed, while 22 others were ...

    Article : 36 words
  34. SHIPPING.

    Arrivals.—Nairnshire, steamer; Tekoa, steamer. Departures.—For Melbourne—Inversuaid, barque; Lonsdale, ship; Loch ...

    Article : 43 words
  35. CAPTURE OF LIANG.

    A German, naval force, assisted by the Bengal Lancers, captured Liang. Five hundred Boxers were killed. The Bengal Lancers rescued a ...

    Article : 51 words
  36. THE NEWS IN PARLIAMENT.

    When the Legislative Assembly met yesterday afternoon the Premier read the copy of a cable message which had been sent by Mr. Chamberlain to Lord ...

    Article : 63 words
  37. THE FEDERAL TARIFF.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night Mr. Meagher questioned the Premier regarding the excise duties and its operation in the uniform tariff. He had ...

    Article : 140 words
  38. DEATH OF DR. GRAY.

    Dr. Gray, the assistant medical officer of the Health Department, died at his residence, Toorak, to-day, from, pneumonia. ...

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  39. ALLIES' RETIREMENT.

    Reuter telegraphs there are strong indications that all the Allies will retire to Tien-tsin. Dr. Morrison, the Peking ...

    Article : 49 words
  40. COMMERCIAL.

    The monthly circular of Mr. F. O. Licht, the Magdeburg expert, states that the production of beet sugar in; Europe during August, the tenth month ...

    Article : 100 words
  41. VICTORIA CROSS.

    Two members of the Canadian Roughriders Corps, which was organised and sent out to Sooth Africa at the expense of Lord Strathcona, Canadian ...

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  42. TRAMWAY EXTENSION.

    It is likely that, very shortly, the Melbourne Tramway Company will extend the Prahran tramway to Armadale and Malvern. Electricity is to be adopted ...

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  43. THE NEWS IN VICTORIA.

    Mr. Chamberlain's despatch to Lord Tennyson about the visit of H.R.H. the Duke and the Duchess of York to Australia was read in the Legislative ...

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  44. RUSSIANS TO WINTER AT PEKING.

    Some of the Russians will winter at Peking. The repairs to the Tien-tsin-Peking railway will be finished in November. ...

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  45. TASMANIA.

    A shocking tale of cruelty was told in the Queenstown Police Court yesterday, when a woman named Mary Harrington was charged with, cruelty to her ...

    Article : 75 words
  46. COLONIAL TROOPS.

    Captain Bourne and Lieutenant Cameron, of New Zealand, were among the prisoners released by General French at Barberton. ...

    Article : 61 words
  47. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    At a special meeting of the life governors of the Melbourne Hospital to-day, a recommendation from the executive committee, recommending the appointment ...

    Article : 47 words
  48. THE BARQUE EUPHRATES.

    The barque Euphrates, which was damaged, through colliding with the steamer Perth, during a storm in Gage Roads on. Monday morning, was towed ...

    Article : 260 words
  49. MURDERS BY BLACKS.

    Information was received to-day that the Governors broke into Mr. Smith's house at the head of the Williams River, and took provisions, etc. ...

    Article : 52 words
  50. VICTORIAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the Victorian Cricket Association to-day decided, with a view of reducing the expenditure, that in future the allowance to players in ...

    Article : 40 words
  51. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Federal Electorates Bill, with its new scheme for country and city electorates, was before the House to-night. It was adversely criticised by several members, and eventually ...

    Article : 282 words
  52. SIR WILLIAM J. LYNE INTERVIEWED.

    When seen to-night the Premier said that about two months ago he caused a cable message to be sent to London asking that a Royal personage might visit ...

    Article : 198 words
  53. MICHAEL DAVITT.

    Mr. Michael Davitt declares that his visit to Sooth Africa has disillusionised him as to the character of the Boers. He describes the selfishness and greed ...

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  54. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

    This morning a fire occurred at Alberton, resulting in the Ringarooma Gold-mining Company's battery being burned to the ground, and also serious ...

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  55. IMPORTANT SHIPMENTS.

    The gold shipments in the R.M.S. Orizaba totalled £92,144 ia value. The steamer Duke of Norfolk, finished loading for South Africa to-day. Her cargo ...

    Article : 42 words
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  57. NEW ZEALAND.

    The quarantine restrictions, which had been imposed on vessels arriving from Australia, since the outbreak of bubonic plague, were removed to-day. ...

    Article : 32 words
  58. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    At a meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society, held this afternoon, it was stated that the credit balance in connection with the recent show was £3,201. ...

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  59. RETURNING WESTERN AUSTRALIANS.

    Privates Green, Campbell, and Ansell, the invalided soldiers who returned to Melbourne in the steamer Nineveh, were passengers in the steamer ...

    Article : 38 words
  60. DUNEDIN WATER SUPPLY.

    The ratepayers of Dunedin have agreed to borrow £65,000 to improve the city water supply. Fremantle Hospital.—Owing to the ...

    Article : 77 words
  61. THE ATTEMPTED ROBBERY AT OAKLEIGH.

    John Wilkinson, 26, a wood-cutter, was arrested in Melbourne to-day on suspicion of having been connected with the attempted robbery under arms at ...

    Article : 80 words
  62. N.S.W. BUSHMEN KILLED.

    Sir Alfred Milner has sent a cable message, stating that Lieutenant R. J. L. White, and Lance-corporal King, of the New South Wales Bushmen, were ...

    Article : 50 words
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