Two special criminal courts for serious offences have been established in the Transvaal, the proceedings to be translated in the English language. ...Article : 422 words
Including 85 Europeans, there have been 366 cases of bubonic plague at Capetown, of which 135 proved fatal. ...Article : 23 words
Frederick Locke, commonly known as Paddy the blackfellow, who abducted a girl on March 25 last, was charged yesterday at the Windsor Police ...Article : 103 words
The sale of land in the county of Douglas Parish of Telemon, Hughenden district, was held by Messrs Cameron Bros to-day. In all 111 lots, ...Article : 85 words
The Anglophile Paris newspaper, the "Siecle," which has been strongly pro-British during the progress of the present South African war, has gone into ...Article : 50 words
Count Tolstoi, it has transpired. wrote a dignified letter to the Czar in December last, in which he pleaded religious toleration as relieving the ruler ...Article : 41 words
Replying to a deputation in connection with railway matters at Rockhampton to-day, the Minister for Railways made frequent references to ...Article : 154 words
A preliminary inquiry touching the wreck of the Karrakatta was held at Broome to-day, and the result completely exonerated Captain Talboys ...Article : 51 words
France is supporting Emir Wada[?] against Senassi, a great Mahomedan leader in the Soudan, in the Hinterland of Algeria. ...Article : 27 words
Mr. Moreland Agnew, of the firm of Thomas Agnew and Sons, estimates the value of the Gainsborough Portrait of the Duchess of Devonshire (which was ...Article : 83 words
The officers on the coastal and intercolonial steamers have formed a Union under the Conciliation Act, and it has an adherence of 200 members. ...Article : 81 words
The Duke of Norfolk, the Duke of Argyil, Sir R. Temple, and Cardinal Vaughan, have appealed for sunscriptions towards the Victorian Nurses ...Article : 48 words
The case against Jas. Exton, charged with having stolen a necklet, the property of Arthur Coningham, was concluded at the Water Police Court ...Article : 44 words
M'Intyre, the convict who escaped from the Fremantle gaol, has been sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment for assaulting the police on the night ...Article : 36 words
The police in New York have arrested several notorious forgers of foreign bank notes and have seized false plates for the notes of the Banks of ...Article : 40 words
The full intensity of living is reached only by the perfectly healthy. Sickness discounts the capacity for enjoyment. Where a paino is badly out of ...Article : 335 words
The transport Ulstermore with the sixth conti[?]gent, has sailed. Search by the police revealed 68 stowaways. The captain [?]ued 26 aboard. The ...Article : 39 words
The German warship the Kaiser Frederick which recently ran aground and took fire, sustained damages which will cost 3,000,000 marks (£146,875) to ...Article : 31 words
A man named Robert Kennedy, aged 38, residing at Paddington in Brisbane, and employed as a casual fireman on the steamships, died in the ...Article : 44 words
President Loubet has inspected the Gustave Zede, the French submarine war vessel and declared his amazement at the exhibition of its remarkable ...Article : 30 words
The Moscow correspondent of the "Standard" states that the Russian War Office directly ordered massacres at Blagovestchenk, in Northern ...Article : 66 words
The fourth series of wool sales for the year 1901 will commence in London on July 2nd with a limit of 350000 bales. ...Article : 73 words
The ceremony of turning the first sod in connection with the Grafton—Casino railway was performed by the Premier, the Hon J. See, at Grafton ...Article : 74 words
The market rate of discount in London for three months bills is 3¾ per cent. SUGAR. ...Article : 55 words
King Edward intends to retain Sand[?]ingham, his former residence, and the Duke and Duchess of York, in consequence, will have to use Balmoral ...Article : 38 words
Wm. Davis, aged 14 years, while out shooting with three younger lads at Bathurst yesterday gave a pea rifle to Wm. Elliott to hold, Elliott, not ...Article : 55 words
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