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Hillston Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

Hillston Municipal Council. ; The regular meeting of the Munici pal Council of Hillston, was held on Wednesday last, Jst inst, when there were present— His 'Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen Fullarton, Wilson, Kopke, and O'Donnell. The minutes of the previous 'meet ing-were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE Was read and dealt with as fellows From the Chief Inspector of Stock,. Mr. Alex. Bruce, dated 1 4th February, addressed to the Council Clerk, Hill ston, as follows : ' Sir,- — I have the honor to refer to my circular letter of 31st ultimo, reminding you that no reply had been received to my prev ious circulars, Nos. 505 and 519, and asking that without further delay you either recommend the re-establishment of the Pound under your control -or give a reason for the recommendation , not being made ; aud as no reply has yet reached mt I would again remind c you. that the matter is very urgent.' r A second letter from the same depart- ( ment, dated 22nd Feb , addressed to t R. W, Stew...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. On Sunday, the 26th February last, after the Sunday school service at the Presbyterian Church had concluded, Mrs. Jennings was the recipient of a handsome testimonial from the con gregation of the Church, consisting of a handsome .'silver tea and coffee ser vice and silver-plated oak tray. Mr. Boase. in making the presentation, oiilnmsurl Mrs. Jen ni tiers' work in the VUlVQL^v. — - ? ? o parish, and more particularly in con. nection with the Sunday school. He expressed great regret at the loss the congregation and the community in general would suffer by the departure of Mrs. Jennings, and asked her to accept their little present as a small token of their great esteem and re spect. He wished Mrs. Jennings health, prosperity, and happiness in the future. Mr. J. M. Fullarton also spoke in the highest terms of Mrs. Jennings and the great interest she had always taken in the welfare of her husband's congregation, and more par ticularly in connection with the Sab...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

OPEN COLUMN, ?We do no I' necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by oar correspondent Sin, — Would you, kindly allow me ?a little space in your journal to ex press it n opinion re the most .disgraceful way in which the poor horses are di iyenon the Carrathool mail line. It's a pitiful sight, to , see , them come in. The poor brutes can hardly stand when they arrive here, and last week one. of: them was so much, knocked up .that it fell down in tlie street, and had to be taker, out of the. coach and led up to the stables, and was av hip marks from head to tail.. But it is nothing new to see them come in in. that state. Surely there is an .'Inspector/ here 'for: the Prevention of Cruelty to 'Dumb Animals, and if he did his duty this state of things would not exist. If the contractors have, taken the mail contract at a starvation price the poor dumb animals should not be made to suffer for ;,t. ? If we get the long looked for raiu, what time will we get our mails un...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston District Court. BEFORE. HIS HONOR JUDGE ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

Hillston District Court. «'? ? iibrojfi J fi s Ho.vou Juuol Root', its. Morrison and wife v. J. 1.1 Officer. Claim of £10 l.o/S, rnadt! tip as follows Four monthi':. wages tit Ihe rate of £7f- per annum ; one. mouthy' w.ngea in lieu , of notice ;: ana -CIS 10/ - lus.v of time. Defendant, paid .CI jj odd into o-iurt, and gloadad' nor' indebted for' I the 'bxlancM. Before- ti. jury ?? consisting, of Messrs. *M-.; McCanu, D. G.)!- fiily, F. b£, Ivopke, and JSdi Sharum ' | Mr. Bolton appeared for the phin tiffs, and Mr. 'Raff for t,ho defendant, and the 'folio w-!' evidence wa-i taken,: — 1 ? ? ueorge lViorrHon rttyjosed : 1 am a station.' h-t ml, und uutil ,n;eBtitlv resided at. Yathon'gi; '- on tbe 1.8 tli Au«utit, 1898, I entered' into an a«rHe»«ei»ti- produced.': with Mr. Officer, of Y. athoug station = in accordance with the1 agreement, 1, jveut. from Sydney, by train to Oobar, Hnchtheti liy coach, to ihe.station, oil the 29,th August; last 'year ; my Wife com- , monced her work ae...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. ?vv. i r—yr — -s»- 'V 'Kr '-r 'V 'V -v ~v t ~*z~ 'V The Premier Market of ikaisfralasia. SaBes in The Vaaioaas CeBsSr©s? SsasgBras .1897-8.. Sydney .... ... ... . ... 44o,24.l .Bales ' Melbourne ... ... t.,. ... 2i5,92:- N Now Zealand ... ... ? 100,514 Geelong... ... ... ? 70,702 Adelaide... ... ? ... . ... 51,287 Sydnei' Wool Selling1 Brokers' Association:— Australasian IMort'jrai'O it Aaency. ' Co. ltd.- * John-Bridge «to Co., ltd. ' , Ooldsbrough, Murk & Co , ltd. Harrison, Jones, it Devlin, ltd. Hill,. Clark, it Co., Lid ? J. C. Young & Co. £? o'v Zealand Loan it Mercantile Agency Co., ltd; Pastoral Finance Association, ltd., Pitt, Son, & I5.idge.ry, ltd: Winthcoinbf), Carson it Co Wyly, Tn.'nchard it Co. ?? .ROCKDALE COLLEGE, Rev. C. T. FORSCUTT, B.A . j P i; IWL. Assisted by Kobiiluitt nbii-VisUiny/rMasteri ^'v TITE COLLEGE is charmingly situated in its own Park-like grounds of 13 acrps on . the heights of Kockdale, Sydney, overlooki...

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A South Australian Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

A South Australian Sensation Adelaide Friday.-— Sensational de velopments have taken place in connec tion with the arrest of a man named {Frank -Ward at Enunda on a charge of having goods in his possession sup posed to have been stolen. Ward stated lie got the goods from an Indian haw ker, and a party of police assisted by black trackers were out all day search ing tor the hawker. Lhis evening they found a. portion of a burnt turban about six miles north of Mount Mary, on tiie Schombury ' road. ' Then they discovered blood stains leading up to seme newiy dug ground which proved to be a grave. It appears that Ward was working for a farmer named Cloak at wood chopping. Che Indian took a. wrong road and caiiie aoross Ward one day last ''week. - The Indian .had been hawkine round Mt Mary for some time and sending ra obit-skins to Ade laide. He was an old man and crippled. Thirteen thousand persons at Van Turkish Armenia are starving. Admiral Dewey has Cabled tu the Washington Government...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

SKI M Ml f\l GS. 0\e pint of milk produces, ' V roughly sjieakino', one ounce of1 nutter. Mi? f Glowworms are niucli more 'ffiu: brilliant just before a storm »X^6 than at any other time u..- Sea-otter fur is now -worth '^y nearly £G0 a skin. 5:^' Ivnivos will take a brilliant polish if tj ey are rubbed in powdered charcoal, . Most of our misfortunes are more supportable than the ??? ? ? ? , . f* f- ? ' i ? . uuuimeiiw ox our tnends upon them. Our heaviest burdens are our f.iiends' good luck. In Servia dolls are often hung up inside the cottage windows to announce to way farers tliat a marriageable , daughter dwells iu the house A monster petition, signed by thousands of women of Con cord, N.H., begged the United States War. Department' not to enlist married men. The answer to the petition was : 'We prefer them ; they are used to fighting.' The largest , of the Egyptian pyramids was originally 481ft. high, with a base of 774 square -:v feet. Spurious coins are legally made in China....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Boot Trunk Tragedy. TWO PRISONERS FOUND GUILTY. SENTIENCE OF DEATH PASSED DR GAZE ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 March 1899

Boot Trunk Tragedy, ! TWO PRISONERS FOUND 0 U1LTY. S13NT15NCE OF DEATH PASSED DR GAZE ACQUITTED. . Melbourne, Saturday.— The trial of the, prisoners ' charged in connection ' with v the' ; boot , trunk tragedy was continued ;to-day; , at the Supreme Court, before his Honor the Chief Juntice aud a jury Vf 12. The Crown Prosecutor replied to the do-' fence speeches. He bad foreseeu, he said, ; the, difficulty raised by'Mr. Duffy with re tereuce to Dr. Gaze, but had felt, it his duty to present Dr. Gaze, aud believed that, he would convince them that Dr. Gaze wiis guilty of the cbairge made against him. He contend d that If the jury considered that there was clear evidence of an intention ou the part of the prisoners to procure an il legal operation, and death ensued, they must fiud a verdict of murder. He conten ded that. Dr. Gaze's evidence as to Madame Radnlyski asking him for a certain drug and the use of an instrument, showed that they were talking about what, was to be done for M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

S. M, RAFF, ! SOLICITOK, ETC. ? ? j COMMISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVIT j FOR S. S. WALi-o AND VICTORIA, j ? ? | Local Agent Foe — A. M. P. Society : j Norwich Union Fire Insurance Co., and i Mercantile Mutual Fire Insurance Co. SWALLOW and AR SELL'S /COMPRESSED Vegetables. S ? ? ? ? ? ? ? j EASY OF TRANSPORT. Tn Swallow and Arieli's Compressed Vegetables the water only is extracted ; the origihaL flavor and the whole of the valuable natural anti-scorbutic properties remain. One Pound of Compressed V-s«}3tallk5S iy equal to about 1.0 .lbs. weight of fresh vegetables ; and there is absolutely no waste. Put up in :j_- lb. tablets, and- packed in I -lb., 2-1 b., 3-lb., and 4-1 b. air-tight tins, with soldered , and detached lids. Full directions for cooking on each tin Will retain their quality for practically any length of time. Cheaper and better than inferior Fre«h Vegetables. j Compressed Mixed. — A Speciality comprising a .justly-proportioned mixture of Vegetables for use in Soups, Stews, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

There are 35,000 casss of influenza in Mexico. j yfe'jJIjtated Nervous RESTORED TO ITS NATURAL VIGOR, THE CASE OF . Pilrs. Wii!iam HanciieU. [From the Wmdsir, Xiti. W., 'Ah /urn. ) ?.!? ? - ; (by ook 1 si ? lie i a i j ?? itui1 o kt ? : i : V ' No one. knows . how I .ve snIiorctlV' ? said ? Mrs. Haucliett, oi Maequar:e':--ti!eet, Windsor, New potion .,\V nles, to a. i-.-portCf ?troni the ? Windsor ami Richinoi.il ,,ti u ho waited upon her with a riev- o ohtam ing an account .ot her, ailmci ;. . utul. hiii recovery. i- ' From what did you suffer, Mrs.. Hini 1 cliett, '' ? 1 - ' ' From , . i , B!ooci!essncss and Ncrvcuo HCSS; ' m.-i'v.-.- ?. ?also from awful nervous hcadse !: s. .Fiisl: niy appo- lto began -to- go. till ? ? ! i. - n i: (-arc , if J. never saw food. Thou iiu- l.i:;iilaeli(^s same otr, generally twice a el . , ;i d nisung ..'.n lioiu- ot- more at a time. -- i:i jsi:-- vli'ey ? -lasted; the -pain can only 1 r di-M.-i iheil - as ? ..iigonisi ugc - ? 'My -head was- fa: r I...

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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

Wool and Produce Kepcrts. The -Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' As- | 80ciati0n(i,fo' tho wp.ek endintr March lih, ,1890, leport as follows : — V/cOij — No auctions have been held i hi? week, but considerable priva'e transactions Lave taken place iu passed-in aud scourers parcels.. The market is practioblly unchan ged, and a good demand exists. Iniereea row-centres iii the m-.xt London fairs open, ing on.Tuesday, ,7th inst,, whore there if an uuusually. small qunutity avsulnble. In ,J lerence to the wishes of buyers the t.ix? auction sales in Sydney have been pn.t poued till 14th and 15th iust., to .-juir, i|!t. sailings of, 'the French ai' Oerman wteatners. Hence- forward owing to reduced supplies Bales will only be held monthly, ihe Ap-il sales taking place on tho 11th aud 12th of that month. Sheepskins.— Catalogues con sisted almost exclusively of etanon and but chers' lines, aud the supply wac bv no means equal, to requirements. Prices for all classes we.-e therefore kept, firmly ut...

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Advances to Settlers. THE BILL INTRODUCED. MR. COPELAND AND MR. CARROLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

Advances to Settlers T,H:E, BILL INTltUD UOED. - ^ MR. COPE LAND AND Mil. | v - ? ? CARROLL..; , v;'; . i AT' the conclusion *jt' the proceed- i injjs iu connection with the Federal Enabling. Bill last week, ithe -Minister for Lands asked leave to introduce the. promised hill, authorising the. making', of temporary advances to settlers, r Mr. Carruthers. .moved; tj,ie',:jsuspen sionof the Standing Orders to enable' him to bring in the bill. . ' Mr. Edden said ithat the Oovern ? : ,ment, having departed from their original intention to reserve the session soieiy ior ijecieral matters, to neip the settlers, it was equally their .duty to help other classes. He believed that it was necessary, to help the settlers, but it was . also absolu tely necessary that another measure should be dealt with; He referred to the bill for the settlerrent of:: labor disputes. The passage of this measure would be the means of preventing ;! widespread and ^disastrous struggle. Mr. 5egan. claimed that ther...

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RELIEF TO SETTLERS £500,000 TO BE GRANTED. MAXIMUM ADVANCE, £200. MONEY TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY A BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

RELIEF TO SEITLEKS-; ^oiY) -00 TO BE (.Ml ANT D. :M VXi vilJM tVDV/VNCIi, £200. MON'RV.TC) lUH DISTIi I IUJTHD l-'Y A HOARD. ( thdlij Telwjvaph ) . ? ? A deputation. composed of speci ally-selected representatives from tiie : ? 1 ? - various brandies of: thevFarruers- and and Settlers' Association of New Son til Wales, -waited on the Premier at - . ? Parliament -Bui Mings-- last week l;o ask that consideration should be- extended 1 to seltlet'^aiid others 'whose positions ] have -been- sad ly interfered witli by j the successive droughts of the'. past , few years. - - .* . Mr. T. Itftzpaoriok,' M.. P.. introdu ced the .deputation, and about . - 20 country .-members of Parliament were present, ? ?Mr. .1. .J. Miller (Oootamundra)' saia that, owing to thi successive bad seasons, both , the small and large hol ders of land were suffeiing. Up t-o the present the Railway Commission ers had -rendered .much assistance by carrying stock to mountain districts at cheap .-rates,' but; they want...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

PROGRAM M E OF CONCERT. Friday Evening, March \l 1898. i i x I O'DONNELL'S HALL. ...... OVBR.TU RE. ...... Opening Chorn- ... , . , . ?' Distant Chime«' Convent. School Pupils. In-uunipni ill Duct. ... Banjo Hi'd Pianoforte D Davies and Mr. L uiden. Son (-elt-r'ed) ....... . . , Mr- Merion. Sonu — ' Waiting' ....... . Miss Brissenden. Song iu character — ' Excelsior' ... Misses L. Chan Jler M. H urst and Master Tom Ryan. Song — ' Molly Mavourneen' Mrs. Kennedy Song (selected) ? ? Mr. «T. Witcombe Masher Impersonation ? ' Tbe Don,' Mr. Kennedy. 'The Hat McGuinness Wore' — Masters Tim . Ryan, Jack Massey, and Tom Ryan INTER VAL OF TEN MINUTES. j Chorus (with violin obligato) — ' The Wearin' o' tbe Grreeu' .... Couvent Pupils. Instrumental .Duet (flute and piano) — Mr. Volckmann and Miss Woodd. Sung 'Dreamland' ? .Mrs. Mataey Song— ' My first wife ' .... Mr. Kennedy. Duet (with cornet accompaniment) ' What are the wild waves saying ' Misses Chaudler tk. MeC nn. Soi'.g — Comic, (iu cbar...

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DISTRIBUTION OF SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

DISTRIBUTION OF SEED WHEAT, The deputation that waited upon the Premier to request assistance for dis tressed settlers also interviewed the i Minister for Mines ( Mr. Cook) with regard to the distribution by the Guv eminent of seed wheat. Mr. Smith (Narrandera) stated the case for the farmers. He said that in his district the crops had been an al most total failure. In the Whit ton district, where 7000 acres were' under whe;it, only J.o2 bags had been sent ! from the railway station. At- Orong Grong, the area under cultivation was about 10,000 acres. In 1898 the yield was 12,000 bags, this year it was 250. At Cudal, the yield last year was .1-3,000 bags, and this year, 1500 j At Narrandera, where the usual yield ! was between thirty- and forty thou \ sand bags, so far not a, single bag had j left the railway station for the mills, j The farmers asked that the Govern ment should distribute the seed wheat through the Farmers' Union, and appoint us representative a local magistrate or ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

THREE OYSTLES CIGARETTES. In the choice of a cisrarette the cjiiHlitie* to ( be desired ore purity aud llavor. The1 'Three Castle-. '? possess both these essen tials in tbe highest degree. Made from the best Virriuiaii tobacco tbey emit; a f'i'liunic aroma imd are delicious smoking.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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FURTHER CONCESSIONS ON THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

FURTHER CONCESSIONS ON THE RAILWAYS. The Railway Commissioners recent ly intimated that they had determined to; grant the concession of -half^ratcs for seed, wheat sen t to districts where the crop? had failed during the late season. In view of the extremely low rates in operation on the up journey it was proposed to confine the 'conces sion to the down journev — that is. the journey from Sydney to the country. The Commissioners have been informed by residents in country centres, and by the Agricultural Department, that the distinction wn press inequitably on those who wi!) obtain supply in the up direction, and it has now been tie termined that the same rebate slud be given to both directions — that is, half miscellaneous rates in truckloads, or half 'A' races ?-»r smaller quantities.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

TESL.VS WONDERFUL TORPEDO. ' ? — o ? Mr. Nikola Tesla of New York (says the Scientific American), ; has invented what is known in nava science as a dirigible torpedo — that is to say, a torpedo, which iuatead of being self driven and self steering, like tho Whitehead and the Howell, now in usj in our tiavy, is driven and steered by an. opera- tor ou shore, who conirolls tbe torpedo through electrical connections. Wonderful a« Tesla's torpedo is, still more wonderful is the narrative of Mrs. M. B.. Copier who re sides at Cherry Tree Hill, near Ilfor i in the j Mudgeo district, N.8.W. It is of particu. i lar intereit to all mothers and other mom- ! bers of the family. Mrs. Cosier is well known to a large circle of friends and acquaintances in tbe Mudgeo distficv, and has spent her life time in tba Ilfordlooality. She is 36 years of age, and the mother of seven children, the youngest, a fine pair of twin girls, Aunie and Bella, now 15 months old. The story recently told by Mrs. Cosier ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

PRO B0N0_PUBLIC0 W. P. RITCHIE HAS plfiisuru in announcing to the pubiiu of Hillfir.' « uiiti District that in; lias (yuroliHSf.'ci t hf Bakery and Grocery Business* Mutely carried on by Mr. Frank Steven son, urni will (shortly open with a. new and (arffu slook --f STATIONERY. FANCY GOODS, TO BAOCO. CIGARS. ami AfLSOF.L.. LANEOUS GOOJ:jS. A HAIR-DRESSING SALOON WILL also bo opaned mid pluood under (.lie oburge of a competent tradosman. T3rend and small gooi1.-: always on hand. B*ll.s ami 'Parties catered tor. W. P. 1-iJ.TCH.lF,, Bnker, Irancy CfooiU Votidor, etCc, opposite TaitersaH'w Hold. A. GENT FOR THE Massey-Harris Bicycles. ALL SL-NDR'IFS ON HAND,

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

LONDON, Thursday. j The Imperial navy estimates this year 'aire about twenty-eight millions sterling, showing an increase of three millions, - which will be devoted chiefly 1 to ship building. The number of sea men will be increased by 5,000. Che total expenditure for the year is esti mated at one hundred and -cwelvp millions. j ? The ?: Oh ine.se authorities are ; inclined to declare Saumun Bay an; open port. i t is reported that G reat Britain has i offered to assist China in tin.1 event or J Russian aggi ession in connection with j the IS ieu (Jhwang loan, !t,nU that Eng- | land- tnreatens to retaliate if China j yields to the .Russian demand .for re pudiation of the loan agreement. Lord Salisbury regrets that the French action with regard to Muscat should iiavf necessitated publicity as it. is likely to create ill feeling The Paris journals maintaiu that British states men have not refuted Delcasse's asser tions. The French Minister for War admits that the Fr inch army is inferi...

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