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  2. GENERAL BULLER'S ADVANCE.

    The report sent by war correspondents that General Butler was crossing the Tugela River for the second time is now officially confirmed. ...

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  3. ON 'CHANGE.

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  4. SPORTING.

    The Albany meeting commenced to-day. The seaside town was full of visitors this morning, and a large attendance was anticipated. ...

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  6. THE WAR.

    The Cape "Argus" is responsible for the statement that President Kruger has aunt ninety additional guns to the front, thus denuding Pretoria of ...

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  7. THE VOTE IN THE COMMONS.

    Further particulars in regard to Lord Fitzmaurice's amendment to the Address-in-Reply show that thirty-eight of the Government's supporters were ...

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  8. CANNING PARK RACES.

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  10. LONDON MARKET.

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  11. THE PRESIDENTS COMPLAINING OF INACTIVITY.

    President Kruger, of the Transvaal, and President M. T. Steyn, of the Orange Free State, sent a joint despatch to General Joubert, complaining of his ...

    Article : 86 words
  12. LORDS ROBERTS AND KITCHENER.

    Lord Roberts, the Commander-in-Chief in South Africa, and Lord Kitchener, his Chief of Staff, have left Cape Town, but their destination is not ...

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  13. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S POPULARITY.

    A Paris telegram, referring to the result of the no-confidence motion in the House of Commons, states that the French press and public are much ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. SHOOTING AFFRAY.

    The police at Bunbury telegraphed to the Commissioner to-day that a case of shooting, with intent to murder, occurred about 12.30 this morning on ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. THE YEOMANRY VOLUNTEERS.

    It is stated that the reason, why the Yeomanry regiments recently raised in England for service in South Africa have not yet been despatched is due to ...

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  16. ADELAIDE MARKET.

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  17. GENERAL GATACRE'S MOVEMENTS.

    A Cape Town despatch states that General Sir William Gata[?]e's mounted men are in touch with Major-General Thos. Kelly-Kenny's troops at Thebus ...

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  18. SIGNIFICANT.

    The "retirement" of Sir Edmund Monson, the British Ambassador, from Paris, after President Lo[?]bet had decorated Leandre, the caricaturist of the Queen, ...

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  21. FALL OF EARTH.

    A telegram received by the Commissioner of Police from Kalgoorlie states that a fall of earth occurred in the Paddington [?] Try It mine, Broad ...

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  22. FIRE AT CUE.

    The Commissioner of Police received information this morning that a fire broke out at 3.30 this morning at the Cue railway goods shed. The building ...

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