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TERRIBLE MASSACRE. A NEW GUINEA TRAGEDY MURDER OF MISSIONARIES. THE REV. J. CHALMERS KILLED. SLAUGHTER OF CHILDREN. Thursday Island, April 21.

22 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 4

…Missionaries Reported Massacred in New Guinea Post Number: #8 by Globalization41 on 15 Nov 2013, 05:23 Massacre of Missionaries Reported in New Guinea, Captain of Mission Schooner Saw Bodies on Sandy Beach with Heads Cut off British Battleships Centurion & Glory Slightly Damaged in Collision Near China; Japan Proposes Overthrow of China Dynasty King Edward VII Confers Honors on Colonial Contingent Distinguishing Themselves During Campaign in South Africa Theological Students in Russia Caught Reading Socialist Tracts; Prominent French Warn Czar to Stop Shootings Congress of Scientific Investigators in Progress in Paris; "Mad Mullah" with 40,000 Followers Challenges British "Mad Mullah" Assuming Aggressive Posture by Raiding Anglo-Abyssinian Frontier; British Troops Concentrating in N. Somaliland Band of Outlaws Entrenched in Vicinity of Whitesburg Kentucky Surrender to Small-Sized Army Under Officer Wright Great Northern Pres. Says Railway Expansion Negotiations…

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ATTITUDE OF JAPAN. OVERTHROWING THE CHINESE DYNASTY. BOUND TO RUSSIA. London, April 20.

22 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 5

…Massacre of Missionaries Reported in New Guinea, Captain of Mission Schooner Saw Bodies on Sandy Beach with Heads Cut off British Battleships Centurion & Glory Slightly Damaged in Collision Near China; Japan Proposes Overthrow of China Dynasty King Edward VII Confers Honors on Colonial Contingent Distinguishing Themselves During Campaign in South Africa Theological Students in Russia Caught Reading Socialist Tracts; Prominent French Warn Czar to Stop Shootings Congress of Scientific Investigators in Progress in Paris; "Mad Mullah" with 40,000 Followers Challenges British "Mad Mullah" Assuming Aggressive Posture by Raiding Anglo-Abyssinian Frontier; British Troops Concentrating in N. Somaliland Band of Outlaws Entrenched in Vicinity of Whitesburg Kentucky Surrender to Small-Sized Army Under Officer Wright Great Northern Pres. Says Railway Expansion Negotiations in-Progress, Wants to Exploit Western Merchandise, Cotton, & Timber Canton Ohio Paralyzed by Worst Blizzard Ever Known,…

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[BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received April 22, 2 a.m.] WAR HONORS. DISTINGUISHED COLONIAL OFFICERS. LIST OF DECORATIONS. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ROLL London, April 20.

22 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 5

…Massacre of Missionaries Reported in New Guinea, Captain of Mission Schooner Saw Bodies on Sandy Beach with Heads Cut off British Battleships Centurion & Glory Slightly Damaged in Collision Near China; Japan Proposes Overthrow of China Dynasty King Edward VII Confers Honors on Colonial Contingent Distinguishing Themselves During Campaign in South Africa Theological Students in Russia Caught Reading Socialist Tracts; Prominent French Warn Czar to Stop Shootings Congress of Scientific Investigators in Progress in Paris; "Mad Mullah" with 40,000 Followers Challenges British "Mad Mullah" Assuming Aggressive Posture by Raiding Anglo-Abyssinian Frontier; British Troops Concentrating in N. Somaliland Band of Outlaws Entrenched in Vicinity of Whitesburg Kentucky Surrender to Small-Sized Army Under Officer Wright Great Northern Pres. Says Railway Expansion Negotiations in-Progress, Wants to Exploit Western Merchandise, Cotton, & Timber Canton Ohio Paralyzed by Worst Blizzard Ever Known, Snowfall Heavy & Wet, Drifts Pile High, Factories Closed Roaring Streams, High Winds, Heavy Precipitation…

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THE ANGLO-ABYSSINIAN FRONTIER. THE MAD MULLAH. AGAIN AGGRESSIVE. London, April 21.

22 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 5

…Massacre of Missionaries Reported in New Guinea, Captain of Mission Schooner Saw Bodies on Sandy Beach with Heads Cut off British Battleships Centurion & Glory Slightly Damaged in Collision Near China; Japan Proposes Overthrow of China Dynasty King Edward VII Confers Honors on Colonial Contingent Distinguishing Themselves During Campaign in South Africa Theological Students in Russia Caught Reading Socialist Tracts; Prominent French Warn Czar to Stop Shootings Congress of Scientific Investigators in Progress in Paris; "Mad Mullah" with 40,000 Followers Challenges British "Mad Mullah" Assuming Aggressive Posture by Raiding Anglo-Abyssinian Frontier; British Troops Concentrating in N. Somaliland Band of Outlaws Entrenched in Vicinity of Whitesburg Kentucky Surrender to Small-Sized Army Under Officer Wright Great Northern Pres. Says Railway Expansion Negotiations in-Progress, Wants to Exploit Western Merchandise, Cotton, & Timber Canton Ohio Paralyzed by Worst Blizzard Ever Known, Snowfall Heavy & Wet, Drifts Pile High, Factories Closed Roaring Streams, High Winds, Heavy Precipitation Prevail in Kentucky, Virginia; Fruit, Tobacco, Vegetable Crops Damaged Pennsylvania Overwhelmed by Blizzard, Street Car Traffic Badly Crippled, Trains Abandoned, Poultry Buildings Collapsed Flood & Fire on Monongahela: Tow Steamer Burns to Water's Edge, Releasing 30 Coal Barges; Runaways Sink Another Steamer Norfork & Western…

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THE PEKING FIRE. HOW GENERAL VON SCHWARTZKOFF WAS KILLED. DESTRUCTION OF ART TREASURES. London, April 19.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…The Boxer War, 1900-1901 Post Number: #9 by Globalization41 on 30 Dec 2013, 16:05 4/19/1901, Update, German General Schwartzkoff Killed by Falling Beam in Peking Fire, Fire Was Accidental 4/19,20/1901, British Admiral to Leave for Nagasaki, Japan Opposes Russian Intervention in China 4/19,20/1901, Berlin Praises British Budget for not Passing South African Campaign Costs to Germany with Increased Import Taxes 4/19,20/1901, Financial, British Colonial Stocks & Bank of England Returns Listed 4/20/1901, French-German Expeditionary Force Assembling to Push Chinese Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops…

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CABLEGRAMS. THE FAR EAST. CHINESE INTRIGUE. PRINCE TUAN AND TUNG-FUHSIANG COQUETTING WITH RUSSIA. London, April 19.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…4/19/1901, Update, German General Schwartzkoff Killed by Falling Beam in Peking Fire, Fire Was Accidental 4/19,20/1901, British Admiral to Leave for Nagasaki, Japan Opposes Russian Intervention in China 4/19,20/1901, Berlin Praises British Budget for not Passing South African Campaign Costs to Germany with Increased Import Taxes 4/19,20/1901, Financial, British Colonial Stocks & Bank of England Returns Listed 4/20/1901, French-German Expeditionary Force Assembling to Push Chinese Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops in S. Africa 4/21/1901, National league Standings 4/21/1901, Exercise of Political Influence in…

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THE BRITISH BUDGET. FRUITLESS CUSTOMS CLEARANCES. London, April 19.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…4/19/1901, Update, German General Schwartzkoff Killed by Falling Beam in Peking Fire, Fire Was Accidental 4/19,20/1901, British Admiral to Leave for Nagasaki, Japan Opposes Russian Intervention in China 4/19,20/1901, Berlin Praises British Budget for not Passing South African Campaign Costs to Germany with Increased Import Taxes 4/19,20/1901, Financial, British Colonial Stocks & Bank of England Returns Listed 4/20/1901, French-German Expeditionary Force Assembling to Push Chinese Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops in S. Africa 4/21/1901, National league Standings 4/21/1901, Exercise of Political Influence in Appointments to Australian Federal Public Service to Be Prohibited by New Law 4/21/1901; Chicago-5, St. Louis-11, Attendance 11,000,…

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FINANCIAL. BRITISH CONSOLS. London, April 19.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…4/19/1901, Update, German General Schwartzkoff Killed by Falling Beam in Peking Fire, Fire Was Accidental 4/19,20/1901, British Admiral to Leave for Nagasaki, Japan Opposes Russian Intervention in China 4/19,20/1901, Berlin Praises British Budget for not Passing South African Campaign Costs to Germany with Increased Import Taxes 4/19,20/1901, Financial, British Colonial Stocks & Bank of England Returns Listed 4/20/1901, French-German Expeditionary Force Assembling to Push Chinese Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops in S. Africa 4/21/1901, National league Standings 4/21/1901, Exercise of Political Influence in Appointments to Australian Federal Public Service to Be Prohibited by New Law 4/21/1901; Chicago-5, St. Louis-11, Attendance 11,000, Kruger 3 Hits, Sudhoff 9 Innings 4/21/1901; Boston Marathon Runner Alleged…

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CABLEGRAMS. THE BOER WAR. LANCERS AMBUSHED. London, April 19.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…4/19/1901, Update, German General Schwartzkoff Killed by Falling Beam in Peking Fire, Fire Was Accidental 4/19,20/1901, British Admiral to Leave for Nagasaki, Japan Opposes Russian Intervention in China 4/19,20/1901, Berlin Praises British Budget for not Passing South African Campaign Costs to Germany with Increased Import Taxes 4/19,20/1901, Financial, British Colonial Stocks & Bank of England Returns Listed 4/20/1901, French-German Expeditionary Force Assembling to Push Chinese Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops in S. Africa 4/21/1901, National league Standings 4/21/1901, Exercise of Political Influence in Appointments to Australian Federal Public Service to Be Prohibited by New Law 4/21/1901; Chicago-5, St. Louis-11, Attendance 11,000, Kruger 3 Hits, Sudhoff 9 Innings 4/21/1901; Boston Marathon Runner Alleged to Have Been Drugged with Chloroform from Sponge 4/21/1901; Census Returns Show Sydney Population Totals 488,968, Increasing by 101,637 in Past Ten Years 4/21/1901, Chinese Minister in Washington Suggests China Should Follow Japan’s Adoption of Modern Methods 4/21/1901, Vancouver Bank President & Cashier Commit Suicide After Losing $81,000 of Bank’s Money in Stock Speculation 4/22/1901; Philadelphia Athletics Set to Play First…

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FEDERAL AFFAIRS. PUBLIC SERVICE BILL DRAFTED. ITS PROVISIONS. Melbourne, April 21.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 5

…Japan Opposes Russian Intervention in China 4/19,20/1901, Berlin Praises British Budget for not Passing South African Campaign Costs to Germany with Increased Import Taxes 4/19,20/1901, Financial, British Colonial Stocks & Bank of England Returns Listed 4/20/1901, French-German Expeditionary Force Assembling to Push Chinese Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops in S. Africa 4/21/1901, National league Standings 4/21/1901, Exercise of Political Influence in Appointments to Australian Federal Public Service to Be Prohibited by New Law 4/21/1901; Chicago-5, St. Louis-11, Attendance 11,000, Kruger 3 Hits, Sudhoff 9 Innings 4/21/1901; Boston Marathon Runner Alleged to Have Been Drugged with Chloroform from Sponge 4/21/1901; Census Returns Show Sydney Population Totals 488,968, Increasing by 101,637 in Past Ten Years 4/21/1901, Chinese Minister in Washington Suggests China Should Follow Japan’s Adoption of Modern Methods 4/21/1901, Vancouver Bank President & Cashier Commit Suicide After Losing $81,000 of Bank’s Money in Stock Speculation 4/22/1901; Philadelphia Athletics Set to Play First Championship Game Wednesday 4/22/1901; Railroads Recovering from Floods in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Ohio; Telegraph Lines to West Still Down 4/22/1901, Pittsburgh…

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POPULATION OF SYDNEY. Sydney, April 21.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 7

…Army Back into Shan-Si Province The Boxer War, 1900-1901 China’s Tragic Years, 1900-1901 The Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 Geo-Political Conflict from the First Sino-Japanese War to the Washington Conference, 1894-1921 Causes of the Sino-Japanese War 4/19,20,21/1901, The Boer War, 9th Lancers Ambushed, Onsland Editor Gets One Year for Libeling Imperial Troops in S. Africa 4/21/1901, National league Standings 4/21/1901, Exercise of Political Influence in Appointments to Australian Federal Public Service to Be Prohibited by New Law 4/21/1901; Chicago-5, St. Louis-11, Attendance 11,000, Kruger 3 Hits, Sudhoff 9 Innings 4/21/1901; Boston Marathon Runner Alleged to Have Been Drugged with Chloroform from Sponge 4/21/1901; Census Returns Show Sydney Population Totals 488,968, Increasing by 101,637 in Past Ten Years 4/21/1901, Chinese Minister in Washington Suggests China Should Follow Japan’s Adoption of Modern Methods 4/21/1901, Vancouver Bank President & Cashier Commit Suicide After Losing $81,000 of Bank’s Money in Stock Speculation 4/22/1901; Philadelphia Athletics Set to Play First Championship Game Wednesday 4/22/1901; Railroads Recovering from Floods in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Ohio; Telegraph Lines to West Still Down 4/22/1901, Pittsburgh & Western Mail Train Between Youngstown & Painesville Stuck in Snow Drift for 24 Hours 4/22/1901, Ohio River Reaches Highest Flood Stage & Begins to Fall 4/22/1901; Korea, Hermit Nation, The Russo-Japanese Bone of Contention 4/22/1901, Pirates Arrive in St.…

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THE STEEL TRADE. SOME INTERESTING COMPARISONS. INTERVIEW WITH MR. MEPHAN FERGUSON.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 2

…Adoption of Modern Methods 4/21/1901, Vancouver Bank President & Cashier Commit Suicide After Losing $81,000 of Bank’s Money in Stock Speculation 4/22/1901; Philadelphia Athletics Set to Play First Championship Game Wednesday 4/22/1901; Railroads Recovering from Floods in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Ohio; Telegraph Lines to West Still Down 4/22/1901, Pittsburgh & Western Mail Train Between Youngstown & Painesville Stuck in Snow Drift for 24 Hours 4/22/1901, Ohio River Reaches Highest Flood Stage & Begins to Fall 4/22/1901; Korea, Hermit Nation, The Russo-Japanese Bone of Contention 4/22/1901, Pirates Arrive in St. Louis, Glad to Leave Cincinnati, Clarke to Keep Three Catchers 4/22/1901, Traveler Returning to Australia Says American Steel Manufacturing Will Overtake British Production 4/22/1901, Australian Royal Commission Submits Reports on Railway Department Fraud 4/22/1901; Shipping Report; White Star Line Supplies Information on Steamer Celtic, Largest Vessel Afloat 4/22/1901, Second West Australian Contingent Returns from South African War, Welcomed by Band & Cheering Crowd 4/22/1901, Fatal Accident on Jarrahdale Timber Co.’s Rail Line in West Australia Kills Engine Driver 4/22/1901, Turkish Officials Attribute Rebellion in Arabia to British Intrigues Globalization41.…

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THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE RAILWAYS. REPORT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION. COMMENTS BY THE GENERAL MANAGER.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 3

…Losing $81,000 of Bank’s Money in Stock Speculation 4/22/1901; Philadelphia Athletics Set to Play First Championship Game Wednesday 4/22/1901; Railroads Recovering from Floods in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Ohio; Telegraph Lines to West Still Down 4/22/1901, Pittsburgh & Western Mail Train Between Youngstown & Painesville Stuck in Snow Drift for 24 Hours 4/22/1901, Ohio River Reaches Highest Flood Stage & Begins to Fall 4/22/1901; Korea, Hermit Nation, The Russo-Japanese Bone of Contention 4/22/1901, Pirates Arrive in St. Louis, Glad to Leave Cincinnati, Clarke to Keep Three Catchers 4/22/1901, Traveler Returning to Australia Says American Steel Manufacturing Will Overtake British Production 4/22/1901, Australian Royal Commission Submits Reports on Railway Department Fraud 4/22/1901; Shipping Report; White Star Line Supplies Information on Steamer Celtic, Largest Vessel Afloat 4/22/1901, Second West Australian Contingent Returns from South African War, Welcomed by Band & Cheering Crowd 4/22/1901, Fatal Accident on Jarrahdale Timber Co.’s Rail Line in West Australia Kills Engine Driver 4/22/1901, Turkish Officials Attribute Rebellion in Arabia to British Intrigues Globalization41.…

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SHIPPING. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVALS.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…Athletics Set to Play First Championship Game Wednesday 4/22/1901; Railroads Recovering from Floods in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Ohio; Telegraph Lines to West Still Down 4/22/1901, Pittsburgh & Western Mail Train Between Youngstown & Painesville Stuck in Snow Drift for 24 Hours 4/22/1901, Ohio River Reaches Highest Flood Stage & Begins to Fall 4/22/1901; Korea, Hermit Nation, The Russo-Japanese Bone of Contention 4/22/1901, Pirates Arrive in St. Louis, Glad to Leave Cincinnati, Clarke to Keep Three Catchers 4/22/1901, Traveler Returning to Australia Says American Steel Manufacturing Will Overtake British Production 4/22/1901, Australian Royal Commission Submits Reports on Railway Department Fraud 4/22/1901; Shipping Report; White Star Line Supplies Information on Steamer Celtic, Largest Vessel Afloat 4/22/1901, Second West Australian Contingent Returns from South African War, Welcomed by Band & Cheering Crowd 4/22/1901, Fatal Accident on Jarrahdale Timber Co.’s Rail Line in West Australia Kills Engine Driver 4/22/1901, Turkish Officials Attribute Rebellion in Arabia to British Intrigues Globalization41.…

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BACK FROM THE WAR. RETURN OF MEMBERS OF THE SECOND CONTINGENT. ARRIVAL IN PERTH.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Ohio; Telegraph Lines to West Still Down 4/22/1901, Pittsburgh & Western Mail Train Between Youngstown & Painesville Stuck in Snow Drift for 24 Hours 4/22/1901, Ohio River Reaches Highest Flood Stage & Begins to Fall 4/22/1901; Korea, Hermit Nation, The Russo-Japanese Bone of Contention 4/22/1901, Pirates Arrive in St. Louis, Glad to Leave Cincinnati, Clarke to Keep Three Catchers 4/22/1901, Traveler Returning to Australia Says American Steel Manufacturing Will Overtake British Production 4/22/1901, Australian Royal Commission Submits Reports on Railway Department Fraud 4/22/1901; Shipping Report; White Star Line Supplies Information on Steamer Celtic, Largest Vessel Afloat 4/22/1901, Second West Australian Contingent Returns from South African War, Welcomed by Band & Cheering Crowd 4/22/1901, Fatal Accident on Jarrahdale Timber Co.’s Rail Line in West Australia Kills Engine Driver 4/22/1901, Turkish Officials Attribute Rebellion in Arabia to British Intrigues Globalization41.…

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FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE JARRAHDALE LINE. AN ENGINE DRIVER KILLED.

22 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 7

…Train Between Youngstown & Painesville Stuck in Snow Drift for 24 Hours 4/22/1901, Ohio River Reaches Highest Flood Stage & Begins to Fall 4/22/1901; Korea, Hermit Nation, The Russo-Japanese Bone of Contention 4/22/1901, Pirates Arrive in St. Louis, Glad to Leave Cincinnati, Clarke to Keep Three Catchers 4/22/1901, Traveler Returning to Australia Says American Steel Manufacturing Will Overtake British Production 4/22/1901, Australian Royal Commission Submits Reports on Railway Department Fraud 4/22/1901; Shipping Report; White Star Line Supplies Information on Steamer Celtic, Largest Vessel Afloat 4/22/1901, Second West Australian Contingent Returns from South African War, Welcomed by Band & Cheering Crowd 4/22/1901, Fatal Accident on Jarrahdale Timber Co.’s Rail Line in West Australia Kills Engine Driver 4/22/1901, Turkish Officials Attribute Rebellion in Arabia to British Intrigues Globalization41.…

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WEST AUSTRALIAN BLACKS. SIR JOHN FORREST INTERVIEWED.

22 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…4/22/1901, Millions in Property & Merchandise Lost, Fruit & Cotton Ruined 4/22/1901, French & Chinese Agree on Boundries, Germans March West & Threaten Chinese 4/22/1901; $50,000,000 British Loan Placed in U.S., in J.P. Morgan & Co., New York Life Insurance, & National City Bank 4/22/1901, Berlin Police on Guard Against Possible Assassination Attempt on Emperor 4/22/1901, New York Stock Exchange Feverish, Trending Upward 4/22/1901, Missouri Pacific Railroad Authorizes Increase of $30,000,000 in Capital Stock 4/22/1901, Treatment of West Australian Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901;…

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A GALLANT RESCUE.

22 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…4/22/1901, Millions in Property & Merchandise Lost, Fruit & Cotton Ruined 4/22/1901, French & Chinese Agree on Boundries, Germans March West & Threaten Chinese 4/22/1901; $50,000,000 British Loan Placed in U.S., in J.P. Morgan & Co., New York Life Insurance, & National City Bank 4/22/1901, Berlin Police on Guard Against Possible Assassination Attempt on Emperor 4/22/1901, New York Stock Exchange Feverish, Trending Upward 4/22/1901, Missouri Pacific Railroad Authorizes Increase of $30,000,000 in Capital Stock 4/22/1901, Treatment of West Australian Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World…

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THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OUTPUT FOR 1900.

22 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…& Cotton Ruined 4/22/1901, French & Chinese Agree on Boundries, Germans March West & Threaten Chinese 4/22/1901; $50,000,000 British Loan Placed in U.S., in J.P. Morgan & Co., New York Life Insurance, & National City Bank 4/22/1901, Berlin Police on Guard Against Possible Assassination Attempt on Emperor 4/22/1901, New York Stock Exchange Feverish, Trending Upward 4/22/1901, Missouri Pacific Railroad Authorizes Increase of $30,000,000 in Capital Stock 4/22/1901, Treatment of West Australian Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice…

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PATRICK CONWAY'S DEATH. TRIAL OF MRS. SMITH BEGUN TO-DAY.

22 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Chinese 4/22/1901; $50,000,000 British Loan Placed in U.S., in J.P. Morgan & Co., New York Life Insurance, & National City Bank 4/22/1901, Berlin Police on Guard Against Possible Assassination Attempt on Emperor 4/22/1901, New York Stock Exchange Feverish, Trending Upward 4/22/1901, Missouri Pacific Railroad Authorizes Increase of $30,000,000 in Capital Stock 4/22/1901, Treatment of West Australian Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross…

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IN PRETORIA. THE CAMPS. REFUGEES AND SPIES.

22 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 8

…& National City Bank 4/22/1901, Berlin Police on Guard Against Possible Assassination Attempt on Emperor 4/22/1901, New York Stock Exchange Feverish, Trending Upward 4/22/1901, Missouri Pacific Railroad Authorizes Increase of $30,000,000 in Capital Stock 4/22/1901, Treatment of West Australian Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, &…

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THE MINIMUM WAGE.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…Assassination Attempt on Emperor 4/22/1901, New York Stock Exchange Feverish, Trending Upward 4/22/1901, Missouri Pacific Railroad Authorizes Increase of $30,000,000 in Capital Stock 4/22/1901, Treatment of West Australian Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement…

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The New Guinea Massacre. FURTHER PARTICULARS. DIFFICULTY OF OBTAINING NEWS

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…Blacks 4/22/1901, Captain O’Farrell, Victorian Contingent , Australian Imperial Regiment, Describes Skirmish Near Orange River Colony Orange River Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption…

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MINING.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 8

…Colony Affairs of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony South Africa 4/22/1901, Figures for the State of New South Wales Mineral Industry Output in 1900 Released 4/22/1901, Trial of Mrs. Jane Smith, Charged with Poisoning Patrick Conway with Strychnine, Begins at Darilnghurst Court 4/22/1901, Pretoria, from our Special Correspondent, February 18, Boers Ambush Train 4/22/1901, Casual Employees of Harbors & Rivers Department Hold Meeting to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes…

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GENERAL NEWS. CONFIDENCE MEN IN SYDNEY.

23 April 1901, The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser (NSW : 1868 - 1931), page 1

…to Consider Seeking an Increase in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The…

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MRS. SMITH'S TRIAL. MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from Monday's first edition.)

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…in Minimum Wage 4/22/1901; Brooklyn-3 Philadelphia-9; White Scatters Six Hits in Debut; Flick-HR 4/22/1901; No Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He…

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MARITIME MISCELLANY.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 2

…Proff of Missionaries’ Massacres, but After They Disappeared Ashore, Natives Became Restless 4/22/1901, World News Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed.…

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THE COAL DUTIES.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Briefs 4/22/1901, Mining Reports 4/22/1901; Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary…

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BREVITIES.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Middlefield Bridge Washed Out; Elk & Kanawha Rivers at Charleston, West Virginia, Begin Falling 4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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PATRICK CONWAY'S DEATH. MRS. SMITH ON TRIAL. SECOND DAY.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…4/23/1901, McGraw Signs Lefty Pitcher Seymour, Orioles Practice at New Park on York Road 4/23/1901, Milwaukee Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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THE MURDERED MISSIONARIES. A LOCAL TRIBUTE TO THEIR MEMORY. FIRST WHITE TEACHERS KILLED THERE.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…Baseball Team Leaves for Opener in Detroit, Treasurer Gross Hopes for Good Weather 4/23/1901; Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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POLICE BEATERS SENT TO GAOL.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…Express Train of Choctaw, Oklahoma, & Gulf Railroad Robbed, After Leaving Memphis, at Bridge Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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MONDAY'S COMMERCIAL. SUSSEX-STREET TRADE.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…Junction, Arkansas 4/23/1901, Confidence Men in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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THE SHARE MARKET. MONDAY'S QUOTATIONS.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…in Sydney 4/23/1901, Opening Statement Alleges Mrs. Smith Purchased Poison at Christchurch & Motive Was Conway’s Money 4/23/1901, How the Increasing Cost of Coal Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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BACK FROM CHINA.

23 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…Affects Steamships & Increasing Consumption of Modern Craft 4/23/1901, German Scientist Opposes Cremations 4/23/1901, News Briefs, Sydney Collects £7,686 Customs Revenue Monday, Gospel Temperance Mission Concludes, Etc. 4/23/1901, Witness Testifies Mrs. Smith Seen with Mr. Conway on Steamer Talune Prior to His Poisoning 4/23/1901, London Missionary Society Believes Missionaries Were Massacred, They Wanted to Civilize New Guinea 4/23/1901, Drunk Hooligans Who Beat up & Kicked Three Policemen Sentenced to Hard Labor 4/23/1901, Sydney’s Sussex-Street Commercial-Trade Report 4/23/1901, The Share Market, Monday’s Quotations 4/23/1901, Charles Winternitz Accused of Fraud in Harbaugh Settlement, Says He Thought Everyone Knew what He Was Doing 4/23/1901, Imperial Transport Chingtu Due into Sydney Wed. from China, Will Undergo Necessary Quarantine & Fumigation Globalization41.…

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EXPANSION OF TRADE WITH CHINA.

23 April 1901, Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915), page 2

…New Baseball League to Make its Initial Bow Post Number: #11 by Globalization41 on 08 Jan 2014, 10:09 4/23/1901, Expansion of Trade with China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St.…

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SUPERFLUOUS BOERS FOR AUSTRALIA. To the Editor of "The Mercury."

23 April 1901, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 2

…4/23/1901, Expansion of Trade with China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of…

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RUSSIA AND JAPAN AS RIVALS. BOTH COVET COREA. WAR CONSTANTLY THREATENED.

23 April 1901, Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916), page 39

…4/23/1901, Expansion of Trade with China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase…

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The Wonderful Caucasus.

23 April 1901, The Clarence River Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1949), page 4

…4/23/1901, Expansion of Trade with China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later…

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SAFE ROBBERY.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…4/23/1901, Expansion of Trade with China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area…

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…4/23/1901, Expansion of Trade with China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New…

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DOEST'T KNOW WHERE SHE LIVES.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 2

…China, Largest Unopened Markets in the World Are to Be Found in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta…

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BOER PRISONERS AT ST. HELENA.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 2

…in the Great Chinese Empire 4/23/1901, Letter Writer Agrees with Mother-Country Proposal to Intern Boer Prisoners in Australia 4/23/1901, War Between Russia & Japan Threatened by the Granting of Authorization for a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where…

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MRS. SMITH'S TRIAL. TUESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from Tuesday's first edition.)

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…a Russian Naval Base in Southern Korea 4/23/1901, The Wonderful Caucasus 4/23/1901, William Humphrey & William Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British,…

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THE NEW GUINEA MASSACRE. ANOTHER CABLE. NEWS NOT YET CONFIRMED.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…Johnson Sentenced to Seven Years Penal Servitude for Stealing Safe from Railway Station 4/23/1901; Agricultural Reports, New South Wales: Bombala, Lithgow, Gundagai, Lockhart, Corowa 4/24/1901; New Baseball League, the New American League, to Make its Initial Bow in Baltimore, Orioles vs. Bostons 4/24/1901; Lost, Elderly Woman of Weak Intellect Wanders into Police Station 4/24/1901, Boer Prisoners at St. Helena Saint Helena Island, South Atlantic Ocean, 1,200 Miles from Africa, One of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr.…

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A PETTY THIEF TRAPPED.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…of the Most Remote Locations in the World Map, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean 4/24/1901, Conway Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney…

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A BRUSH WITH THE BOERS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…Murder Trial, Mrs. Smith’s Purchase of Strychnine & Later Onboard Steamer Talune with Conway 4/24/1901, Thursday Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations…

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SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Island Government Resident Doubts Missionary Massacre; Natives in Aird Delta Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany…

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"SACRED AND OTHERWISE."

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Area Reported to Be Savages Report on the Affairs of British New Guinea from 7/1/1900 to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore…

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MILD METHODS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…to 6/30/1901 Thursday Island, Queensland Thursday Island Map, Thursday Island Map, Daru Island (Officer in Charge at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists…

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AN UNSUCCESSFUL BURGLARY.

24 April 1901, The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), page 3

…at Daru Believes Massacres Likely Took Place) Map, Aird Delta Area (Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901;…

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STRUCK OUT. THOSE CASES AGAINST AN M.L.A.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…(Where Massacres Suspected & Where Natives Considered Savage) Map, Fly River (Where Natives Considered More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported…

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THE NAVAL CONTINGENT.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…More Passive) 4/24/1901, Alick Brown Sentenced to Four Months at Hard Labor for Stealing Pocket Chance at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of…

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THE ROYAL TOUR. SYDNEY CELEBRATIONS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…at Work 4/24/1901; Trooper Brossi Describes Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races…

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THE ROYAL VISIT. MEETING OF CITIZENS.

24 April 1901, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

…Battle Near Dullstroum, South Africa, Between Australians & Boers; British, Boers Negotiate 4/24/1901, Free Trade Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents…

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FOREIGN WARSHIPS ON THE WAY.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Wins Out Over Protectionism According to Editorial 4/24/1901, Professor Spencer & Mr. Gillan Study Habits, Customs, & Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole…

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THE OPHIR EN ROUTE TO ALBANY

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…& Superstitions of Australian Native Aborigines 4/24/1901, 20,671 Refugees in Transvaal (South Africa) Concentration Camps, British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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PRECAUTIONS AT MALTA. WORKING OF THE WIRELESS TELEGRAPH.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…British Taxpayers Feed & Cloth Boer Dependents 4/24/1901, Attempt to Blow Open Safe at Unguarded Railway Station Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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OUR BUSHMEN. SOME HEAVY FIGHTING. DEATH OF CORPORAL CURRIE. OTHER BUSHMEN WOUNDED. (From Trooper W. Ridley, S.A. Bushmen.) Klerksdorp, February 22, 1901.

24 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 6

…Unsuccessful 4/24/1901, Danial O’Conner Charged with Willfully Interfering with the Comfort of a Railway Passenger 4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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ON CHINESE SERVICE. CAUCASIAN AND CELESTIAL. THE WHITES OUTWITTED. LIES AS DIPLOMATIC WEAPONS. AUSTRALIANS COMING HOME. (From our Special Correspondent.) Pekin, February 25.

24 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 7

…4/24/1901, Troop Ship Should Arrive Thursday Night at Port Jackson, State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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LIFE IN HONOLULU. A VERY MUCH MIXED POPULATION. JOHN CHINAMAN. SOME AMUSING INCIDENTS. (Christchurch Press Correspondent. HONOLULU, February 26.

24 April 1901, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 5

…State Premier Will Likely Be Present 4/24/1901, Sydney Prepares for Royal Visit 4/24/1901; Hobart, Tasmania, Holds Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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OUR LONDON LETTER. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDNET. LONDON, March 15.

24 April 1901, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 6

…Public Meeting on Requisition of Funds for Decorations During Royal Visit 4/24/1901, Russian Cruiser Gromboi Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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The Brisbane Courier. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1901. THE BRITISH BUDGET.

24 April 1901, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…Arrives at Albany & German Cruiser Hansa at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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SOUTH POLE. FURTHER EXPLORATIONS. THE "GOOD SHIP DISCOVERY."

24 April 1901, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 5

…at Freemantle for Royal Celebration 4/24/1901; The Royal Party Leaves Singapore on the Ophir for Albany, Escorted by Two Warships 4/24/1901, Royal Party on World Tour, Anarchists Disguised as Monks Arrested in Malta, Escort Ships Using Wireless 4/24/1901; From Trooper Ridley, February 22; Heavy Fighting Between South Australian Bushmen & Boers Reported 4/24/1901, Chinese Peace Negotiations, Peking, Via Special Correspondent, February 25 4/24/1901; History of U.S. Annexation of Hawaiian Islands, February 26; Various Races Imported for Sugar Production 4/24/1901; Letter from London, March 15; Spirit of Invincible Distrust Prevents Solution of Chinese Problem 4/24/1901, British Budget Burdened by Boer War 4/24/1901, British National South Pole Expedition, New Ship Discovery Constructed for Polar Exploration Globalization41.…

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THE TENTERFIELD TRAGEDY.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…4/23/1901, Frightened Chinese Villagers Flee Advancing German Troops, French May Withdraw from China 4/23/1901 (Continued), Germans Complain of U.S. Guards Left in "Forbidden City" After Departure of Americans 4/23/1901; Six Masked Men Hold Up Train Near Memphis, Shoot Negro Porter, Steal $3,000 4/23/1901, Flooding Ohio River Receding Above Mouth of Kanawha River 4/23/1901; Drunk Beats Up Sister, Causing Her Death 4/23/1901, Cubans & Spaniards Left Behind After War of 1898 Want Cuban Independence & End to U.S. Occupation 4/23/1901, Steamer Merrie England May Be Sent with Punitive Party to New Guinea to Investigate Missionaries Disappearance 4/23/1901, Mining Production Reports 4/23/1901, On Board the Ophir with the Duke & Duchess of York & the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's…

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HOPE STILL ENTERTAINED.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…4/23/1901, Frightened Chinese Villagers Flee Advancing German Troops, French May Withdraw from China 4/23/1901 (Continued), Germans Complain of U.S. Guards Left in "Forbidden City" After Departure of Americans 4/23/1901; Six Masked Men Hold Up Train Near Memphis, Shoot Negro Porter, Steal $3,000 4/23/1901, Flooding Ohio River Receding Above Mouth of Kanawha River 4/23/1901; Drunk Beats Up Sister, Causing Her Death 4/23/1901, Cubans & Spaniards Left Behind After War of 1898 Want Cuban Independence & End to U.S. Occupation 4/23/1901, Steamer Merrie England May Be Sent with Punitive Party to New Guinea to Investigate Missionaries Disappearance 4/23/1901, Mining Production Reports 4/23/1901, On Board the Ophir with the Duke & Duchess of York & the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush…

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MINING.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…4/23/1901, Frightened Chinese Villagers Flee Advancing German Troops, French May Withdraw from China 4/23/1901 (Continued), Germans Complain of U.S. Guards Left in "Forbidden City" After Departure of Americans 4/23/1901; Six Masked Men Hold Up Train Near Memphis, Shoot Negro Porter, Steal $3,000 4/23/1901, Flooding Ohio River Receding Above Mouth of Kanawha River 4/23/1901; Drunk Beats Up Sister, Causing Her Death 4/23/1901, Cubans & Spaniards Left Behind After War of 1898 Want Cuban Independence & End to U.S. Occupation 4/23/1901, Steamer Merrie England May Be Sent with Punitive Party to New Guinea to Investigate Missionaries Disappearance 4/23/1901, Mining Production Reports 4/23/1901, On Board the Ophir with the Duke & Duchess of York & the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait…

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THE OPHIR'S PASSENGERS.

23 April 1901, Albany Advertiser (WA : 1897 - 1950), page 3

…4/23/1901, Frightened Chinese Villagers Flee Advancing German Troops, French May Withdraw from China 4/23/1901 (Continued), Germans Complain of U.S. Guards Left in "Forbidden City" After Departure of Americans 4/23/1901; Six Masked Men Hold Up Train Near Memphis, Shoot Negro Porter, Steal $3,000 4/23/1901, Flooding Ohio River Receding Above Mouth of Kanawha River 4/23/1901; Drunk Beats Up Sister, Causing Her Death 4/23/1901, Cubans & Spaniards Left Behind After War of 1898 Want Cuban Independence & End to U.S. Occupation 4/23/1901, Steamer Merrie England May Be Sent with Punitive Party to New Guinea to Investigate Missionaries Disappearance 4/23/1901, Mining Production Reports 4/23/1901, On Board the Ophir with the Duke & Duchess of York & the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular…

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THE RABBIT PEST.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…Merrie England May Be Sent with Punitive Party to New Guinea to Investigate Missionaries Disappearance 4/23/1901, Mining Production Reports 4/23/1901, On Board the Ophir with the Duke & Duchess of York & the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers…

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PATRICK CONWAY'S DEATH. MRS. SMITH ON TRIAL THIRD DAY.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…4/23/1901, On Board the Ophir with the Duke & Duchess of York & the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901,…

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MAIL BOATS IN AND OUT.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…& the Royal Party on World Tour 4/23/1901; National League; Boston-3 at Philadelphia-5, Orth Scatters Ten Hits; Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney…

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MINERS' DEMONSTRATION.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Pittsburgh-4 at St. Louis-10 4/24/1901; National League Standings; Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine,…

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BREVITIES.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 4

…Milwaukee at Detroit in American League Opening Today 4/24/1901, New American League Official Baltimore Orioles Baseball Schedule Released 4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined…

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ITEMS BY MAIL.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…4/24/1901, Team Photo of John McGraw's New Baltimore Orioles 4/24/1901, First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight…

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THE PLAGUE AT CAPETOWN

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…First American League Championship Game Ever in the East to Be Played Today, Washington at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray,…

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THE MORMONS IN MEXICO.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…at Philadelphia 4/24/1901; Australia Deals with Rabbit Pest; Phosphorised Pollard a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering,…

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THE NEW HEBRIDES. FRENCH RESIDENTS' APPEAL. A LABOR DIFFICULTY.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…a Treat to the Bunny, but Brush Fires Feared from Bait 4/24/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Investigator Describes Questioning Mrs. Smith About Conway's Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa…

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QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…Poisoning 4/24/1901; American Mail Steamer Now at Circular Quay, Sydney; Encountered One Storm & Two Minor Engine Problems 4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture…

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FATALITY AT BULLI MINE.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 5

…4/24/1901, Miners' Demonstration & Picnic Expects 10,000 Persons 4/24/1901, News Briefs, British Transport Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes…

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FRUIT.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…Princess Arrives in S. Africa with Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901,…

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WARNING TO VEHICLE DRIVERS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…Australian Troops, Sydney Mission Assists 3,420, Etc. 4/24/1901; Mining Operations in & About Johannesburg, South Africa, Resume 4/24/1901; Moslems at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the…

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THE DETECTIVE OFFICE. AUGMENTING THE STAFF. NO TIME FOE HOLIDAYS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…at Capetown Prevent Removal of Plague Patients of Faith, Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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A REDFERN ROBBERY.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…Upon Religious Grounds 4/24/1901, Mormons Purchase 5,000,000 Acres in Mexico to Establish Colonies 4/24/1901, French Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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ISLAND SEWS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…Colonialists in New Hebrides Appeal to Paris for Laborers & Complain of British Missionaries New Hebrides Vanatu, Formerly New Hebrides 4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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12,653 APPLICATIONS FOR BILLETS.

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 7

…4/24/1901, Meeting of the Committee of the Queen Victoria Memorial of the Prince Alfred Hospital Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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SALVATION ARMY LECTURE

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 8

…Held in Sydney 4/24/1901, News Briefs, 14-Year-Old Fatality at Bulli Mine, Two Prisoners Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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FROM THE FRENCH. These English!

24 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 8

…Attempt Escape, Etc. 4/24/1901, Tasmanian Fruit Yields & Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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South Africa. What Might Have Been. A Dutchman's View.

24 April 1901, The Muswellbrook Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1955), page 4

…Prices 4/24/1901, Man Driving Pony & Sulky Fined for Blocking Tram, Passenger Fined for Obstructing Constable Sulky: Light-Weight Two-Wheeled Cart 4/24/1901, Two Detectives Added to Sydney's Criminal Investigation Department 4/24/1901; Garnet Gray, 18, Awaiting Trial; Charged with Horse Stealing & Breaking, Entering, & Stealing 4/24/1901; Norfolk Island, April 13; Return of Local Troops Who Went To South Africa with New South Wales Bushmen Celebrated 4/24/1901, 12,653 Applications Submitted for 1,100 Vacancies in Various Branches of the Victorian Railway Department 4/24/1901, Religious Lecture by Salvation Army Commandant Herbert H. Booth Draws Full House 4/24/1901, Frenchman Describes Typical House of Commons Proceedings 4/24/1901, Dutchman & Boer Sympathizer in South Africa Impressed with the Strength & Stability of the British Empire Globalization41.…

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Chronology of Victoria's Reign.

2 February 1901, The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), page 2

…Australians Protect Locals in China Post Number: #13 by Globalization41 on 11 Jan 2014, 15:57 Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News…

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS IN SOUTH AFRICA. WITH THE IMPERIAL BUSHMEN. PURSUING DE WET.

20 April 1901, Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), page 2

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901,…

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The War Flame in South Africa. THE ORANGE STATE A DREARY WASTE, DOTTED WITH BRITISH GRAVES. JOHANNESBURG YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE FOR "CATHOLIC PRESS." Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. March 12, 1901.

20 April 1901, The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942), page 7

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in…

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THE FOREIGN SITUATION. (From, our Special Correspondent.) London, March 15, 1901. THE NICARAGUA CANAL.

20 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 10

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception…

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The Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1901. THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

22 April 1901, The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), page 4

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St.…

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THE Warwick Argns TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1901.

23 April 1901, Warwick Argus (Qld. : 1879 - 1901), page 2

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24,…

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THE ROYAL TOUR. THE FAREWELL CELEBRATIONS AT PORTSMOUTH. DEPARTURE OF THE OPHIR. THE KING'S PARTING MESSAGE. LONDON, March 22.

23 April 1901, The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), page 3

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun…

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THE CHINA WAR. AUSTRALIANS PRAISED. ORDERED HOME AGAIN. THE FEVER FOR LOOTING. BEHEADING BOXER CHIEFS REMOVING THE SIGNS OF THE SIEGE. (From our Special Correspondent.) Pekin, March 5.

25 April 1901, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), page 7

…Chronology of Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun Practice Past Malta H.M.S. St. George, Specifications & Photo H.M.S. St. George, Edgar Class of Cruisers Globalization41.…

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1901.

25 April 1901, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 4

…Victoria's Reign 4/20/1901, Orange River Station, February 27, South Australian Soldiers in South Africa, Pursuing De Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun Practice Past Malta H.M.S. St. George, Specifications & Photo H.M.S. St. George, Edgar Class of Cruisers Globalization41.…

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25 April 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 4

…Wit 4/20/1901, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa, March 12, The War Flame in South Africa 4/20/1901, London, March 15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun Practice Past Malta H.M.S. St. George, Specifications & Photo H.M.S. St. George, Edgar Class of Cruisers Globalization41.…

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THE ROYAL VISIT. THE FIRST WELCOME. RECEPTION AT GIBRALTAR. WITH THE CONVOY. (FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE "LONDON STANDARD" AND THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.") GIBRALTAR, March 14.

25 April 1901, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 5

…15, The Nicaragua Canal, China, South Africa, Canada, France, Count Tolstoi 4/22/1901, The English Language Now Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun Practice Past Malta H.M.S. St. George, Specifications & Photo H.M.S. St. George, Edgar Class of Cruisers Globalization41.…

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THE VOYAGE TO PORT SAID. SUEZ, March 24.

25 April 1901, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 5

…Spoken Habitually by 130,000,000 People 4/23/1901: The Cost of Wars in South Africa, China, Cuba, and the Philippines 4/23/1901: London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun Practice Past Malta H.M.S. St. George, Specifications & Photo H.M.S. St. George, Edgar Class of Cruisers Globalization41.…

…London, March 22, The Royal Tour, Farewell Celebrations at Portsmouth, Departure of the Ophir 4/25/1901, Australian Contingent in China, March 5, Protecting the Locals from German Looters & Gangs of Armed Robbers 4/25/1901, News Headlines, Boer Prisoners Landed at Bombay, Australian Farmers Encouraged to Settle in Rhodesia, Etc. 4/25/1901, Lord Rosebery Preaches to London the Gospel of Commercialism & Technical Education in Modern Trade Warfare 4/25/1901, Gibraltar, March 14, The Royal Visit, The First Welcome, Reception at Gibraltar, With the Convoy 4/25/1901, Onboard the H.M.S. St. George Escorting the Ophir & the Royal Party on World Tour, March 24, Suez 4/25/1901 (Continued), Sailing the Med. from Gibraltar to Suez Onboard the St. George, Gun Practice Past Malta H.M.S. St. George, Specifications & Photo H.M.S. St. George, Edgar Class of Cruisers Globalization41.…

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THE NEW GUINEA MASSACRE.

25 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…Search Party to Look for Missing Missionaries Post Number: #14 by Globalization41 on 12 Jan 2014, 21:01 4/24/1901, Small Detachment to Be Sent to New Guinea to Look for Missing Missionaries 4/24/1901, British Capture Two Capitals in West Africa After Heavy Fighting & Release Thousands of Slaves from Terrorist Emirs 4/24/1901; More Filipino Insurgents Surrender & Swear Allegiance to U.S.; Army Commissary Fraud Investigation Progressing 4/24/1901; William Jennings Bryan Arrives in Chicago, but Declines to Talk Politics William Jennings Bryan 4/24/1901; Flooded Home Owner Fears Steamer Wake, Shoots & Kills Crew Member; Kanawha, Elk, & Coal Rivers Receding 4/24/1901, Georgia Governor Hostile to Visit From Wealthy New Yorkers Looking into Negro Education How long does it take to build a smooth-running democracy? For the United States it took about two centuries.…

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MRS. SMITH TRIAL. WEDNESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

25 April 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 3

…of being evil racists would be politically misleading and diversionary. Where did racism come from? Racism is due to evolution. Humans evolved from wild pack animals. Racism is an instinctive trait that can only be gradually and incrementally attenuated. 4/24/1901, New American League Formally Opens in Chicago, Patterson Limits Cleveland 8-2 Before 8,000 4/24/1901; N.L., Chicago-9 Cincinnati-10, Outfield Flooded but Game Still Played; Pittsburgh-5 St. Louis-4, Two Triple Plays 4/25/1901, Baseball Rooters Disappointed, Rain Causes Postponement of Parade & Opener in Baltimore 4/25/1901, St. Petersburg, April 11, Most Student Protesters Accept Czar's Appt. of General Vannoffsky as Minister of Education 4/25/1901, Mrs. Smith's Trial, Conway Seen With Woman Resembaling Mrs. Smith Onboard Talune Just Before He Became Ill Globalization41.…

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ABYSSINIA.

19 January 1901, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 10

…British Being Squeezed Out of China Post Number: #15 by Globalization41 on 14 Jan 2014, 06:36 1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents,…

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'A MAN IN TEN THOUSAND."

19 January 1901, The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal (NSW : 1888 - 1954), page 1

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells…

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GENERAL CABLES.

22 January 1901, Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916), page 16

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1…

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The Prince of Schemers. How Muravieff Prepared for War Through peace.

22 January 1901, Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915), page 3

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901;…

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A CHRONICLE OF ITS PRINCIPAL EVENTS.

24 January 1901, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 5

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some…

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army…

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A PARADISE FOR WOMEN.

25 January 1901, The Carcoar Chronicle (NSW : 1878 - 1943), page 1

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial…

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BYSTANDERS NOTE BOOK

26 January 1901, Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), page 5

…1/19/1901; Abyssinia Running Considerable Trade Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901;…

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REMINISCENCES. QUEEN VICTORIA AND THE HAND OF TIME.

29 January 1901, The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), page 3

…Deficit; Exports Include Coffee, Gold, Ivory, Civet, Wax 1/19/1901, Captain Welby Discovers Tribe of Seven-Foot Giants in Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill.…

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A Land of Wonders.

30 January 1901, Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail (SA : 1898 - 1918), page 4

…Abyssinia Known as the Tirkana 1/22/1901, Cashier at First National Bank, N.Y., Gets 13 Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England &…

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RETROSPECT OF THE CENTURIES. HOW EMPIRES ROSE AND FELL. AGE-LONG CONFLICT OF RACES. NINETEENTH CENTURY EVENTS. IV.

2 February 1901, Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), page 65

…Years for Embezzlement, Germans Experiment with Military Balloons 1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast &…

…1/22/1901, Russia's Foreign Policy Under Czar Nicholas II Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony,…

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Some Wars of the Reign.

2 February 1901, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 2

…Examined 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M.…

…Part 1 1/24/1901; The Complete History of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study…

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Army and Navy.

2 February 1901, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 3

…Reign, Part 2 1/25/1901, Abyssinia Far Ahead of Europe & America in the Matter of Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies…

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Industrial Progress.

2 February 1901, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 3

…Woman's Rights 1/26/1901, Listing of 41 Wars Fought During Queen Victoria's Reign, Nine Wars Fought in India Leads the List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness…

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Science, Discovery and Invention.

2 February 1901, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 3

…List 1/29/1901, Queen Victoria's Reign Saw 17 U.S. Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British…

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Politics.

2 February 1901, The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), page 3

…Presidents, Ten Viceroys of Canada, & 15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being…

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Mr. T. B. Hill's Travels.

2 February 1901, The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), page 2

…15 Viceroys of India 1/30/1901, Dr. Donaldson Smith Tells Royal Geographical Society of Expeditions to Africa & Antarctica 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England…

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BACK FROM THE WAR. SMOKE CONCERT TO MAJOR FIASCHI.

8 February 1901, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 8

…History of the 19th Century, Part 1 2/2/1901; History of the 19th Century, Part 2 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman…

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SOME FIELDS FOR FUTURE EXPLORERS.

16 February 1901, Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), page 17

…Victoria's Reign, Part 1 2/2/1901; Some Wars of Queen Victoria's Reign, Part 2 2/2/1901; The Army & Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on…

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THE MESSENGER FROM KHARTOOM CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED.

22 February 1901, Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902), page 3

…& Navy Under Queen Victoria, Navy Improves from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on Evidence from Natives 4/24/1901, Plow Manufactures to…

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THE TEMPERANCE FIELD DAY. CHILDREN'S GATHERING. CONFERENCE AND DEMONSTRATION.

18 March 1901, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 9

…from 129 Vessels to 500 2/2/1901; Industrial Progress Under Queen Victoria, 1837-1897; Imports from 55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on Evidence from Natives 4/24/1901, Plow Manufactures to Combine Interests to Control U.S. Market 4/25/1901, Victoria Accepting Applications for Forrest Conservator, Forrest…

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THE TOTAL ABSTINENCE. "GENERAL CONFERENCE." TO THE EDITOR.

19 March 1901, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 6

…55 to 435 Millions, Exports from 42 to 295 Millions 2/2/1901; Science, Discovery, & Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on Evidence from Natives 4/24/1901, Plow Manufactures to Combine Interests to Control U.S. Market 4/25/1901, Victoria Accepting Applications for Forrest Conservator, Forrest Conservation in N. America, Russia, & India Compared 4/25/1901, John Armstrong Sentenced to…

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A PAINFUL CONFESSION FOE THE BRITISH OTHER POWERS BOUNCE THEM OUT OF THEIR GREAT CONCESSIONS IN CHINA. WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN THE MAGNIFICENT YANG-TSZE VALLEY.

21 April 1901, Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1930), page 7

…& Invention Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901, Political Matters Under Queen Victoria 2/2/1901; Mr. T.B. Hill. Well-Known Druggist & Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on Evidence from Natives 4/24/1901, Plow Manufactures to Combine Interests to Control U.S. Market 4/25/1901, Victoria Accepting Applications for Forrest Conservator, Forrest Conservation in N. America, Russia, & India Compared 4/25/1901, John Armstrong Sentenced to Ten Years in Penitentiary for $145 Robbery on Street Car 4/25/1901; Woman, Who Had Not Prospered in the…

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CAN GERMANY BE TRUSTED?

22 April 1901, The North Queensland Register (Townsville, Qld. : 1892 - 1905), page 6

…Chemist, Returns to Australia After 11 Month Trip to England & Scotland 2/8/1901; Major T.H. Fiaschi, Wine Enthusiast & Active in the Wine Trade of the Colony, Returns from South African War 2/16/1901, Sir Henry M. Stanley Offers Exploring Expedition Tips for Providing Useful Study & Accurate Monographs 2/22/1901, The Sights & Sounds of Bombay 3/18/1901, Demonstration by Various Societies Begins a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on Evidence from Natives 4/24/1901, Plow Manufactures to Combine Interests to Control U.S. Market 4/25/1901, Victoria Accepting Applications for Forrest Conservator, Forrest Conservation in N. America, Russia, & India Compared 4/25/1901, John Armstrong Sentenced to Ten Years in Penitentiary for $145 Robbery on Street Car 4/25/1901; Woman, Who Had Not Prospered in the World & Begged for Handouts to Feed Her Kids, Locked Up For Being Drunk 4/25/1901; McKinley…

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VICTORIAN FORESTRY. THE DUTIES OF A CONSERVATOR WHAT IS DONE IN OTHER COUNTRIES.

25 April 1901, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…a Revival of the Aggressive Movement for Temperance 3/19/1901, Temperance Conference Attendee Believes Abstinence Restricts Liberty & Happiness of the Public 4/21/1901, Shanghai, February 12, British Sphere of Influence in China Being Squeezed by Russia, Germany, France, & Japan 4/22/1901, Can Germany Be Trusted in a New World Alliance with England & the United States? 4/24/1901; Halifax, N.S., Elects Pro-Liquor Hamilton to Third Term as Mayor; Pro-Temperance Hubley Defeated for Alderman 4/24/1901, Anti-Military League of Liberals in London Hears Dutch Can be Arrested in South Africa on Evidence from Natives 4/24/1901, Plow Manufactures to Combine Interests to Control U.S. Market 4/25/1901, Victoria Accepting Applications for Forrest Conservator, Forrest Conservation in N. America, Russia, & India Compared 4/25/1901, John Armstrong Sentenced to Ten Years in Penitentiary for $145 Robbery on Street Car 4/25/1901; Woman, Who Had Not Prospered in the World & Begged for Handouts to Feed Her Kids, Locked Up For Being Drunk 4/25/1901; McKinley to Meet with Cubans; Reprieve by McKinley for Hanging of Train Robber Turns Out to Be Forgery 4/25/1901; Alleghany Court, Accused of Showing too Much Mercy, Sentences Woman to Three Years in Prison for Stealing Coat 4/25/1901; Eastern League to Open, but Players Out of Shape Due to Bad Weather; National League Standings Through 4/24/1901 4/25/1901, Elderly Woman Complains Her Sons…