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  2. AUSTRALIA

    There is a land where summer [?] Are gleaming with a thousand dyes, Blending in witching harmonies; And grassy knoll and forest height ...

    Article : 1,717 words
  3. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received January 1, 1.37 a.m.] THE CHINESE CRISIS.

    The Germans have [?] and [?]cattered 500 Chinese regulars to the north-west of Paoting-iu. ...

    Article : 36 words
  4. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received January 1, 1.37 a.m.] BOERS STILL AGGRESSIVE.

    The casualties (8 killed and 27 wounded) which occurred outside Greylingst[?]d, were among members of the small detachment which pluckily and successfully ...

    Article : 118 words
  5. NEW YEAR'S EVE.

    Peculiar significance was given to the first chi[?] of the clock at midnight on Monday by the fact that it [?] in not only a new year, but a new centary, and ...

    Article : 447 words
  6. DEATH OF MR. MARTIN BURGESS.

    The many friends of Mr. Martin Burgess will receive with regret the news of this death, which occurred early on Monday morning at his residence, Cross-roads, ...

    Article : 943 words
  7. TERMS OF PEACE.

    Telegrams from Pekin, which have been received in Paris, state that Prince Ching has informed the foreign Ministers at Pekin that the Emperor Kwang-su accept[?] ...

    Article : 213 words
  8. A TREASONABLE POLITICIAN.

    Intelligence has been received that on Saturday last a force of the Boers captured Helvetia, together with a strong position on the Machad[?]dorp and Lydenburg ...

    Article : 173 words
  9. FRANCE AND THE CHURCH

    The Pope, in a letter addressed to the Archbishop of Paris, states that foreign missionaries will gradually supersede those of French extraction, if France deals to the ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. THE BIRTHDAY OF A NATION.

    In most parts of the world to-day will be recognised as not only the first fay of a new year, but of a new century. In Austrilia it is Commonwealth Day, and in that ...

    Article : 477 words
  11. BOER PRISONERS.

    The total of the Boers who were captured while fighting and who are still prisoners is 14,838, besides 362 who are on parole. Captain A. Riggall, of the Tasmanian ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. THE FEDERAL POST-OFFICE.

    The interest generated by the arrangements for the speedy absorption of the State post-office[?] into the Federal [?] grows daily in official circles (says the ...

    Article : 225 words
  13. LAKE VIEW CONSOLS.

    The London Globe and Finance Corporation, which had arranged to borrow largely for the purpose of taking Lake View Consols off the market, and which at the last ...

    Article : 73 words
  14. THE TURKISH OUTRAGE.

    The Turkish Government have made amends to Mr. M. W. E. de Bunsen, who, with two other members of the British Embassy at Constantinople, was set upon ...

    Article : 44 words
  15. A THANKSGIVING SERVICE.

    A national thanksgiving service for the practical conclusion of the South African war and the return of Australian soldiers was held in the Town Hall on ...

    Article : 98 words
  16. THE FOUNDER OF "LONG CECIL."

    The British Government has awarded £1,000 to the widow of Mr. Labram, the American engineer, who constructed the "Long Cecil" gun during the siege of ...

    Article : 57 words
  17. FIRST FEDERAL MINISTRY.

    The following telegram was delayed on Sunday night owing to a telegraphic interruption:- Sydney, December 30. ...

    Article : 203 words
  18. THE "SUNBEAM" DINNER.

    At the dinner to [?]aifs and strays of London, which was given at Ho[?]ton by the South Australian "Sunbeam" Society, Sir John Cockburn, the South Australian ...

    Article : 52 words
  19. AFTER THE WAR?

    Mr. John Fr[?]st. [?]he member of the present Ministry in Cape Colony, who is representing South Africa at the Commonwealth celebrations, is a [?]all, wiry man, ...

    Article : 739 words
  20. NEW ZEALANDERS WOUNDED.

    A member of the New Zealand Rough Ride[?], named M. Macintyre, has been wounded in action at [?], and Trooper D. Spencer was shightly wounded at ...

    Article : 65 words
  21. SAN FRANCISCO TO NEW YORK.

    A record run is reported in connection with the conveyance of the Australian mails from San Francisco to New York. The mails l[?] San Francisco at 6 o'clock ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. IMPERIAL CIVIL SERVI[?]E.

    The petition to the Secretary of State for the Colonies given below has been recently signed on (behalf of the council of every university in Australasia, including ...

    Article : 285 words
  23. BRITISH CONVOY CAPTURED.

    Latest advices from the front convey the information that on Christmas Day a British convoy, with 25 waggons, was captured by the Boers to the west of Vryburg, a ...

    Article : 376 words
  24. THE DREYFUS CASE.

    M. Waldeck Rousseau, the French Premier, has refused to accede to the request of Captain Dreyfus that another enquiry into his case should be made. ...

    Article : 37 words
  25. THE COMMONWEALTH PRAYER.

    The following form of prayer, which was composed by Lord Tennyson, for use at the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia, and which was forwarded by his ...

    Article : 281 words
  26. FEDERATED AUSTRALIA.

    It is reported that Earl Carrington, a former Governor of New South Wales, has been offered the position of High Commis sioner in London for the Commonwealth of ...

    Article : 38 words
  27. MR. BARTON'S MESSAGE.

    "A greeting from the oldest State to all her sisters. May all our people in their great work of self-government be rivals in the high [?]vor to be just and partners in ...

    Article : 97 words
  28. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Breadstuffs.—The American visible supply of wheat is estimated at 87,928,000 bushels, as against 86,407,000 bushels last week, or an increase of 1,519,000 bushels. ...

    Article : 30 words
  29. Advertising

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    Advertising : 148 words
  30. Advertising

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    Advertising : 359 words
  31. THE NEXT VICTORIAN PREMIER.

    Sir George Turner having accepted a port folio in the Federal Government, it is expected that he will relinquish the Premiership of Victoria next month (says the ...

    Article : 137 words
  32. Advertising

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    Advertising : 75 words
  33. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 70 words
  34. Advertising

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    Advertising : 86 words
  35. THE COMMONWEALTH ACT EXPLAINED.

    A work which makes an opportune ap[?] just now is "The Annotated Con[?]titution of the Australian Commonwealth," by Dr. John Quick and Mr. R. R. ...

    Article : 702 words
  36. THE SHARE MARKET.

    The collapse of the market in Lake View Consols was the chief topic of conversation on [?]ange on Monday. Though the Exchange remain[?] closed most of the principal ...

    Article : 246 words
  37. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 302 words
  38. THE EARLY CLOSING ACT.

    For many years the shop assistants in Adelaide have labored unfinchingly for the statutory regulation of the hours of their labor, and last [?] the ...

    Article : 166 words
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