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  2. CHARGE OF ASSAULT.

    At the City Court to-day Acland Oronhyatekha, a medical practitioner, aged 33, was charged with indecently assaulting Elizabeth Alice James. Mr. Maxwell ...

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  3. NEW ZEALAND.

    There has been an advance of 1/ per 100 fit in the price of kauri. The Government have abandoned, for the present, their intention to impose an export duty on this ...

    Article : 120 words
  4. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The financial transactions of the State for November were of a satisfactory character, the outcome being a saving of £33,207. At the end of the preceding month the ...

    Article : 263 words
  5. QUEENSLAND.

    Colonel Finn will leave Queensland at the end of this month to take over his duties, as New South Wales Commandant. The Premier scates that the estimated ...

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  6. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received December 9, 11.30 p.m.] GOVERNOR OF QUEENSLAND.

    Major-General Sir Herbert Charles Chermside, G.C.M.G., of the Royal Engineers, has been appointed Governor of Queensland in succession to Lord ...

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  7. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received December 9, 11.30 p.m.] MISS EMILY HOBHOUSE.

    Miss Emily Hobhouse, who was prevented from landing in South Africa lately, and was sent back to England, has instituted legal proceedings in connection with the ...

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  8. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received December 9, 11.30 p.m.] THE KING'S COLONIALS.

    A large number of colonials, resident in London, are joining the "King's Colonials," of which the Prince of Wales is honorary colonel. So many have volunteered that ...

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  9. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received December 9, 11.30 p.m.] SOUTH AFRICA.

    The commandoes on the high veldt near Ermelo, in the Eastern Transvaal, are said to be constantly trying to break away to the northward, but they are being well ...

    Article : 387 words
  10. VICTORIA.

    While crossing Loch Garey on horseback a man, named J. Vale, was drowned. It is supposed he met his death through his horse falling over a submerged log. Up to ...

    Article : 442 words
  11. A PROPERTY TRANSACTION.

    The suit for the specific performance by Mrs. Emma Matilda Forbes, a niece of the late James Tyson, of an alleged contract to purchase from Fitzwilliam Wentworth a ...

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  12. UNITED STATES.

    In the House of Representatives at Washington, on Saturday, Mr. Hepburn introduced a Bill to authorise the construction of the Nicaraguan Canal, in ...

    Article : 84 words
  13. THE OCEANA CASE.

    The Full Court, consisting of Justices Williams, Holroyd, and Hood, delivered judgment to-day in the case, Kingston versus Gadd, in which the Minister of Trade ...

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  14. THE INDIAN FRONTIER.

    Vengeance has quickly [?]allen upon the turbulent Mahsud tribesmen, who for some time, have been giving much trouble on the Indian frontier. Early in ...

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  15. EXTENSION OF TERRITORY.

    In the House of Representatives, on Saturday, according to Reuter's News Agency, Mr. Gardner introduced a Bill providing for the purchase of the ...

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  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Two boys, aged 11 and 13 years respectively, were out together in the bush at Yass. One was bitten by a snake on the leg. A [?]igature was applied by the two ...

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  17. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

    President Roosevelt's Message to Congress has attracted a great deal of attention in Germany. By many of the leading newspapers the statement that "the ...

    Article : 82 words
  18. SILVER.

    To-day's price of bar silver is 2/1¼ per oz. ...

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  19. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The Australian Mortgage, Land, and Finance Company[?] London, advise:—"London wool sales continue animated, prices for good and fine crossbreds well maintained, ...

    Article : 106 words
  20. CHARTERS TOWERS MURDER.

    David Alexander Brown, who was sentenced to death for shooting Graham Hoggarth, at Charters Towers, was executed at Boggo-road Gaol this morning. The ...

    Article : 465 words
  21. CANADA.

    A serious [?]ailway accident, attended with loss[?]of life, is reported from British Columbia. For a considerable distance the Canadian Pacific railway runs alongside the ...

    Article : 77 words
  22. AUSTRALIA AND CANADA.

    A telegram from Ottawa states that Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Prime Minister of Canada, hag intimated to Mr. Barton, the Australian Prime Minister, that Canada is ...

    Article : 159 words
  23. A MUDGEE MYSTERY.

    Yesterday evening it was reported to the Mudgee police that a man named William Barrett had been found dead in his hut at Eurimberee.[?] Deceased when found was ...

    Article : 202 words
  24. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    The House of Representatives spent nearly the whole si[?]ting to-day on the galvanized iron duties. After a long struggle the duties on both plain and corrugated ...

    Article : 186 words
  25. DUTCH RED CROSS PRISONERS.

    Baron Merril van Lij[?]don, general secretary of the Court of Arbitration, and Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Netherlands, speaking in the Second Chamber, ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Dr. Ledingham was married yesterday to the widow of the late Mr. M. Mason, of Darling Downs. A reception was held after the ceremony at the ...

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  27. AUSTRIA.

    The movement against duelling has now spread from Germany to Austria and Hungary. The recent retirement from public life of Herr Wolff, the leader of the ...

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  28. LARGE CAPTURES OF STOCK.

    Latest advices from the front state that Lord Methuen's column have captured 1,200 head of cattle and 12,000 sheep ...

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  29. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BEER.

    Sir—Messrs. Barrett Brothers' quotation from the Beer Materials Committee's report that "It is generally admitted that [?] the present state of scientific ...

    Article : 768 words
  30. FRANCE.

    The French Senate on Saturday passed the new Loan Bill for raising 265. million fran[?]s on the security of the Chinese indemnity. The Bill having now passed both ...

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  31. A REBEL PUNISHED.

    The Graaff Reinet Treason Court has sentenced Hendrik Albertyn, corporal of a rebel commando, to imprisonment for life for marauding and incendiarism. ...

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  32. THIRST: A REMEDY.

    Sir — "Doing a thirst," or "Doing a perisher," are bushmen's terms, expressing the exhaustion, often ending in death, from need of water, an experience usually ...

    Article : 450 words
  33. FRANCE IN AFRICA.

    News has been received in Paris that a French force has arrived.at Gujba, in the British Nigeria hinterland, from the French Congo country, where they deposed a ...

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  34. COST OF THE WAR IN LIFE.

    It is stated that since its commencement the war in South Africa has cost Great Britain 18,798 lives. ...

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  35. NOTES FROM MELBOURNE.

    A movement is on foot to arrange for the adjournment of the House of Representatives on Saturday next at midday. This, it is urged, would enable members, ...

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  36. A DASH SOUTHWARD FOILED.

    It is reported that a commando of 400 Boens recently made a dash southward [?]rom the Standerton district, with the evident object of reaching the Orange River ...

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  37. THE COPPER MARKET.

    Heavy speculation in copper shares is going on in Wall-street. New York telegrams state that efforts are being made to "corner" Mr. Lawson, a well-known ...

    Article : 52 words
  38. THE TEST MATCH.

    A. C. MacLaren was at the practice nets on the Sydney Cricket Ground to-day, and looks very fit. He has apparently recovered from the chill he contracted during ...

    Article : 117 words
  39. MORE BOERS VOLUNTEERING.

    Increasing numbers of the better class of Boer burghers are showing anxiety to volunteer against their countrymen. They are utterly disgusted with those who still ...

    Article : 71 words
  40. BROKEN HILL.

    At the sessions to-day John Jones was charged with cattle-stealing, and was sentenced to three years' imprisonment. The evidence showed that the cattle were taken ...

    Article : 121 words
  41. MURDER AT BENDIGO.

    An extraordinary and at present quite inexplicable murder occurred at Quarry Hill, Bendigo, at a very early hour this morning, when Andrew Thomas Jones, aged ...

    Article : 443 words
  42. THE AUSTRALASIANS.

    Trooper John Dellars, of the seventh New Zealand contingent, has been slightly wounded at Standerton. ...

    Article : 21 words
  43. THE FEDERAL TARIFF.

    Messrs. Goode, Durrant, & Co. have received the following telegram from Mr. Wollaston, Comptroller of Customs of the Commonwealth:—"Re exemptions ...

    Article : 130 words
  44. ANOTHER CONTINGENT SUGGESTED.

    Mr. McCulloch, the State Minister of Public Works, who, as Minister of Defence, sent the first Victorian Contingent to South Africa, says he has something to[?] ...

    Article : 249 words
  45. FIJI.

    Captain Marks has been elected warden of Suva, beating Mr. Reimer Schneider by 38 votes. The main question at the election was federation with New Zealand, which ...

    Article : 70 words
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