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  3. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    Casino, steamer, from Portland. Hawrkes's Bay, steamer, from London. Yarrawonga, steamer, from Sydney. Sailed—22nd November. ...

    Article : 45 words
  4. THE BOER WAR. AUSTRALIAN APPOINTMENTS.

    The following commissions in the Imperial Army have been given to Australian soldiers:—Sub-lieutenants, Royal Field Artillery— ...

    Article : 62 words
  5. THE PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY.

    It required a very slight exercise of the perceptive faculties when the Presbyterian Assembly met this morning to note that the breath of yesterday's sensational discussion was still in the ...

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  6. MAILS OUTWARD

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  7. ACCIDENT TO LORD HOBERTS.

    News from South Africa states that whilst out riding on Sunday last, Lord Roberts's horse fell with him, and threw the Commander-in-Chief from the saddle. ...

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  8. BRITISH OUTPOST SURPRISED.

    Advices have been received that a British outpost south-west of Balmoral was surprised by a strong force of Boers. Six of the British were killed, five wounded ...

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  9. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

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  11. GUERILLA WARFARE.

    Lord Roberts reports that 800 Boers are now near De Wet's Dorp, half way between Reddersburg and Wepener, in the southeast of the Orange River Colony. ...

    Article : 52 words
  12. KRUGER AT MARSEILLES.

    The arrival of the Dutch warship which conveyed ex-President Kruger to Marseilles, was delayed owing to a heavy gale and a thick haze. ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. THE RETURNING TROOPS

    The meeting of the Fourth Battalion have made arrangements to proceed to Melbourne to join in the welcome to Colonel Price and the returning Victorian soldiers. They will leave ...

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  14. NOTES FOR TO-DAY.

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  15. VETERAN SERVTCE MEN TO TAKE PART.

    The Government has decided that the veteran service men living in the colony will be allowed, as on the occasion of the send-off to the first and second contingents, to take part in the ...

    Article : 71 words
  16. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET.

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  18. INVALIDED HOME.

    The Lieutenant-Governor yesterday received a cable message from the General of Communications at Taku, intimating that C. W. Gordon, 166, of North Melbourne, and Mark Pope, No ...

    Article : 75 words
  19. MATRICULATION EXAMINATIONS

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  20. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The Municipal Association of Victoria has forwarded a circualr to the town clerk. setting form the desirability of the whole of the municipal councils, of Victoria joining together in ...

    Article : 164 words
  21. THE TROUBLES IN CHINA. AMERICA'S ATTITUDE.

    Mr. G. W. Smalley, the Washington correspondent of "The Times," states that the speeches of leading politicians in the United States seem to imply the belief that the ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. GERMAN PRESS SATIRISED.

    During the progress of the debate in the German Reichstag oh the appropriation for the military operations in China, Herr Bebel, the Socialist deputy, referred to the ...

    Article : 55 words
  23. THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. OPPOSING THE RETURN OF MINISTERS.

    Another meeting of the committee; appointed by the Opposition to bring out candidates to oppose the election of members of the Government was hold to-day. but the ...

    Article : 190 words
  24. COUNTRY STOCK SALES.

    Messrs. John Warden and Co. report having conducted their usual fortnightly stock sale on Wednesday, when the total yardings comprised about 6000 sheep and CO cattle. The attendance ...

    Article : 169 words
  25. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Mr. Max Hirsch is already in the field as a candidate for the Echuca electorate in the F[?]ral Parliament. During last week he delivered addresses in the northern part of the electiorate ...

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  26. GERMAN RETALIATION.

    General Gossler, Minister of War, defended the Emperor for his firm attitude in China, and declared that what the German troops were doing was merely a retaliation ...

    Article : 56 words
  27. THE WARLIKE ORDER.

    The warlike order recently issued by the Empress Dowager is generally attributed to Tung-fuh-Siang, who is said to control the Chinese Court. ...

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  28. TIED PUBLIC HOUSES.

    At the Temperance Hall last evening a number of representatives of temperance organisattions in the district met for the purpose of [?] ing Mr. A. S. Bailes, M.L.A., explain the [?] ...

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  29. NEW GERMAN CONSULATE.

    It has transpired that Germany is about to establish a consulate at Nanking, the capital of the province of Kiang Fu. ...

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  31. MR. LANCASTER DECLINES TO STAND FOR RODNEY.

    Mr. Samuel Lancaster has during the past week been strongly urged to oppose the re-election of the new Minister for Agriculture, Mr. John Morrissey, but has declined ...

    Article : 121 words
  32. VISIT TO YANG-TSE FORTS.

    Sir Edward Seymour, British commanderin-chief on the Chinese station, and Mr. Warren, the Dritish Consul at Hankow, have left Shanghai to visit the Yangtse forts. ...

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  33. VICTORIANS TO REMAIN OVER THE WINTER.

    After taking office as Premer. Sir George Turner sent a cable message to Mr. Chamberlain through Sir John Madden, the Lieut-Governor, conscuting to the Victorian Naval ...

    Article : 100 words
  34. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "NINER."—Your letter on the Saturday early closing question does not open up any new phase of the question, and as the matter has now been settled we do not think its ...

    Article : 41 words
  35. THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER

    A LITTEL more than 12 months has passed since Australia sent her first contingents of soldiers away from these shores to represent on the battlefields of South Africa the ...

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  36. THE CHILTERN STRIKE.

    The secretary of the A.M.A., Mr. J. Praed, was present at the Miners' Association meeting last evening, and, in reference to the strike at the Chiltern Valley mine, ...

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  37. INTERNATIONAL CABLES. WEST AUSTRALIAN LOAN.

    Tenders are invited on behalf of the West Australian Government for a loan of £880,000, at 3½ per cent., the minimum being fixed at par. Tenders will be opened ...

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  38. THE IRISH NATIONALISTS.

    It is announced that the Irish Nationalist members will not attend the December session of Parliament, preferring to be present at the Nationalist Convention, which is to be ...

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  39. AUSTRALIAN REMOUNTS.

    In response to the representations made by Mr. Henry Copeland, Agent-General for New South Wales, to the War Office in connection with the purchase of Australian ...

    Article : 55 words
  40. THE DUCAL MARRIAGE.

    It is announced that Mr. Zimmerman, tin father of Miss Helena Zimmerman, who recently married the Duke of Manchester without obtaining her parents consent, has ...

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  41. LORD HOPETOUN VERY WEAK.

    The Earl of Hopetoun sailed from Bombay for Colombo yesterday. His recent severe illness has left him so weak that he had to be carried on board the ...

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  42. BRITAIN IN EGYPT.

    An Anglo-Egyptian expedition has started for the Bahr-el-ghazel province, on the White Nile in Africa, for the purpose of establishing military posts and generally ...

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  43. THE BLACK OUTLAW.

    Jimmy Governor, who was outlawed in connection with the Breelong tragedy, was placed on his trial in the Criminal Court today before Mr. Justice Owen, on a charge of ...

    Article : 137 words
  44. A FEARFUL TORNADO.

    A disastrous tornado recently swept over the State of Tennessee and the northern part of the Mississippi. It is known that 100 persons lost their ...

    Article : 32 words
  45. EARLY CLOSING AND CHARITY.

    Sir.—We re-echo the closing sentiment of Mr. Harry Davey's letter as published in your issue of the 22nd inst., viz.—"When my business grows as cld as theirs now has done, I hope to ...

    Article : 126 words
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  48. THE PACIFIC CABLE.

    The Postmaster-General has received a cable from the Imperial Government. stating that it has accepted a tender for the laying of the Pacific cable. ...

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