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ENTOZOA IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 April 1875

,ENTOZOLA IN CATTLE. From? report of Anaus: At the ordinary meoting of theo 1icros'6pical Society of; Victoria; Mr. T. S. RALPH, thorpresident, read ia paper on "" Somnie :Entozon found: in cattle " (identical with the 'eontozoa found in, cattle duriing the rindrpest; in 1865) accompanied by illustrations intd specimens. He said:-" In bringing before' the' Microscopicil Society the matter referred to, I am only making known two,pointsof information. One is,, that this parasite form never has as yet been noticed in'this colony; and the btlief id that'it'has occurred under cir cumetances which appeoar not to.have ,been enountered ,.heartoforq, ovdn during, thel cattl plnguo',in England dtil t' 6 htheyear 186: 'The dttbject of m pg i?.' sqtill an obscure one, kind cqim;;ng eoxtendeld olisqivation .rind inquiry in,?rder to bring to light whiat is needed':to 'bb kridown&-namely, the 'real nature and'oiigin of'this ontozoon. This pai'aslto has boon kn'own in a general way for 30 y...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 April 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. 'THE Mercury is published every Saturday, I Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their ~lace of business or residence will hbe charged' is. per quarter, payable in advance, for delivery. The Editor will be obliged for iniform ation-more especially relating to?iocal matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 5s. Od. Oltlicial and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch . .... 2s.o.6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Lot, Articles: for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Missing Friends, &o., Os. 6d. Ditto,'30 words ... ls. Od. Notices of Births, Deaths, and 1Marriages ... ... ... ls. Od.L I I E Mercury can be obtained from any of J the following agents :-Subscription ls.. per quarter. G. CARNELL. ... 167 Smith street. Mrs. Woonoursr... 96 Brunswick street. Mrs. CAMPBELL .. 81 Gertrude street, Mr. PHILPOTT .., Johnston street. Mr. O'KEEFE ... Heidelberg road.   Mr. NE...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 April 1875

iTrado A.B.vortisom a.on ts. H. J. CLARKE, Wholesale and Retail GROCER & PROVISION MERCHANT 110 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY.' Fresh Butter and Eggs daily. Families; waited on for orders. ,: Steam Cutlery .Works, 225 & 227' BrunsWick st., Fitzr'by.' J. GRAYN SON S,& O [iUTLERS, Grinders, Engineers and Tool U MIakers. Razors, Scissors, Knives, Shears and Tools of every description' ground and set. All kinds of damaged tools cleaned.: All orders punctually attended to.... COLLINGWOOD ZING AND GALVANIZED IRON; WORKS, & KEROSENE OIL & LAMP DEPOT, Established 1853. A.. P. ALLAN, , Plumber, Gasitter, Tinsmith, & Bath-maker, 202 & 204 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY;' (Fifth door below Moor Street) ''' " AS always on hand and made, and fixed. to order, a well-assorted stock of Cor rugated Iron, Half-round Spouting, OG Gut-' toring, Ridging. Piping, Water-heads, Shoes Chimney Pots, Baths, &o. Also Kerosene Oil' (best brands) Lamps, Globes, Oh...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 April 1875

MARRIAGES. SMITH-PRESTON.-On the 29th March, at the Free Church of England, Collingwood, by N. Kinsman, minister of the Church. Frederick James Smith, to Elizabeth Sophia Preston, both of Fitzroy. WARREN-STEPHENS.--On the 3rd inst. at the residence of the bride's father, Rupert street, by N. Kinsman, minister of the Free Church of England. James William Henry Warren, to Grace Stephens, both of Colllngwood., DUKE- HUMPHRY.-On the 8th inst. at the resi- dence of the bride's father, Nicholson street, by the minister of the Free Church of England, N. Kinsman. Charles James Duke, to Adelaide Anne, oldest daughter of Mr. Henry Humphry, of Carlton. BIRTH. HART.-On the 3rd inst. at her residence, No. 248 Napier street, Fitzroy, the wife of Hyam Hart, town clerk, of a son.

Publication Title: Mercury
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 April 1875

LOCAL NEWS. The magistrates did not ascend the bench at the Fitzroy Police Court last Monday until seventeen minutes past ten o'clock, and Mr. Templeton, P.M., was not present during the sitting, the chair being occupied by his worship the Mayor. A warrant has been issued against George Saunders and John Griffith for larceny from the orchard of Mr. Perry, i~t Fulham Grange, on the night of 25th ult. A young man named Thomas Job, who was implicated in the robbery, has turned approver. Sir Andrew: Clarke, of the Royal Engineers, formerly Surveyor-General of Victoria, has been appointed Minister of Public Works in India, at a salary of -09,600 per annum. It is satisfactory to notice that old colonists are so favorably recognized by the Imperial authorities. On Monday last a small boy, in Gold street, was crying out-" Full particulars of the races. Price Id." A little blue eyed, fair-haired urchin, on the opposite side of the street, cried out-" That's a lie 1" -an irritating remark whi...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, APRIL 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 April 1875

POLICE, FITZROY-MONDAY, APRIL 5TH. Before Messrs. Kneen (Mayor), Marsden, Hailes, Kidney, and Woodhead. Maclean v. Trainer.-Claim for £2 Os. 6d., for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for the amount, and 5s. costs. Jackson v. O'Keeffe.--Settled. Greig v. Rogers.-Claim for £2 10s, 6d. Verdict for the amount, with 5s. costs. Snell v. Lithell,-Claim for £3 9s, 6d., on work and labor done, and for storage. Mr.   Edwards, junr., for the complainant, and Mr. Smith for the defendant. There was a set-off, and counter summons for an illegal detention of property. The sum- mons against defendant had been taken out on April 1st, and the set-off was pleaded on the following day. On the application of Mr. Smith, their worships consented to defer their decision in the first case until they had heard the evidence for the   counter summons. The claim consisted of   money alleged to be due for accommodation, and storage of good since May, 1874, at 1s. per week....

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUNTIE KIRSTY'S VISIT TO GLASGOW. I. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

IAUNTIE KIRSTY'S VISIT TO GLASGOW. Bs TIM AUTEHOR OF: " MATTBHEW MOBBIION." I. I am an old bachelor, and have no near iel4tions in this world.' My _house leeper Nelly (Mrs. Pender the neigh bours and those we deal with call her, but to me she is only Nelly) is my oldest friend, with one exception, and indeed more. friend than-servant. ".Mr. Matthew,",; said, Nelly one evening-=for a she:. always keeps me company then if no friend has dropped in-" Mr Matthew, I:often wonder that we are 'such slaves' to habit.' If :we werena, what should hinder you and me. from going canningly, back to the old placeland ending our days there? I; often, find myself .yirning after it when the days.,"turn, long.,and: warm, and, thd:setting. :sun glints bonnily on. the craigs and Arthur's Seat; and then Imarvel at our folly in living on in a close stouty (dusty) town, when we might have green.grass and trees, and mayble a bit 'iiinning burn before our door; and a.bonnie garden with flowers and grdzzet (gd...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. ' We do not:necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. :T TOTHE ,DITOR OF TIEn KERouIaY. Sir-That jiiragraph you reprinted from the Globe on htitpzrday'last appears 'at first sight a capital'agumiient' in support of 'free trade, bitt I'vnture to say that if any, one will ttke',thd trouble' to look beneath the surface,; he' will find'itjust the reverse. 'In the first place; I am not inclined to take the figures there given as a truthful pejreo. sentition of the case. It' dos. not follow that because 'Russia sixteen years ago admitted that she could not make a locomo. tive a?t' less'than four times the price she could buy' one for ready-made, that tho' same condition of things exists to-day, when they have jtist completed'tho manu. facture of 200 of'theni. To say the least of it, it is highly improbable that such is ,the case. Lotting this pass, however, and supposing, for the sake of, argument, that' the statement is perfectly correct,'it does not by any ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

'COLtaNGWOOD," Ti.xat.h, AirIj8. I lBefo;o Xessrs.a.,Tompleton, P.Hs, W,, Kidney, G. B. Hailos, and J. K. Marsden.',.., Mary ,Field wds charged with having boonm found lying, on',Satnrday'?nighttiin' a' right-of-way ' off.. Gipps 'street,' Itth. h' :numbereof larrikins around her.; She had fiequentlybboon seen with:lartikins at all hour . of the night., The mother of the child appeared in court, and seeined to be much: affected.' She informed' the' borioh that she was unable to control her daughter, who was seventeen' yoars of age, and had' boon absent from home for a week;. The father was buried nine months:goe. The girl stated that she had boon employed at Mrs. Morrison's, In Regent street. She was sontoncod to six months' imprisonment. Hannah Brown, aged 22, was charged with having been helplessly drunk last Saturday evening, in Wellin ton street. She was a married woman, but'her husband would not live with her, anil'sh hatd boon convicted on October 10th, March 8th, and March 11...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ANOTHER GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

ANOTHER GOLD -FIELD. TEE Madras governieni recentlyi had its attention .officially) diieted toe the discovery of a rich quaitz vein in theWynaad mountain range of Soutbhrn India, north-west of the : Neilglidrry plateau, between the coffee-district of Coorg and the -Neilgherry hills. Messrs. FOOTE and KIING,gbovernment geologists, have inspected .the district, and have sent in a favo rable reporti conacerning its aiuri fe~o e us eposits; besides which, LORD.?rERBERT, gvr nord of the Presidency, ,lias',yi'ste?dhe1 'neighborhood and confirmbd theprevlous :accoiint of its mineral, riChiiexs'l,. gold mining company under,the desig naition of Alpha, 'has' lntroidueCd i;id erected quartz mininga.machinery; while news reached us df wa Mr: RyAN, a capitalist, having c .mmonct','oiper. ations' on -an expensive scale, and' that several experienced Australian'dlgers *i are already on the ground. Now they existence 'of. auriferous deposits in several prov'ices .'of British India has1 been .no 's...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, APRIL 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

",rt ;;!( i*t o -, ' iP i . C. 'J-.- r " ' q .,Bo0'p.mesqrs. Delbo'rdgo,,izn thb.o.ch'r, Umflaq .Woodhead, ,..ta- o, Thomai ,:GeorgoiiDickenbofii, out 'doi'bthil was chaned-With dnlawful,,assault., itUhe oddm plaimhnt 'James Lamblwishod to 'withdraw; the information, but the police.-iesjeotod, when, 6ti the applldation ,of the .ddfdndant, th' case'W a adjournedrlutilinext bonrb day-! '"?,; i , ','' d " .:' i" *> n James Lamb 'was itheivehargdd .:by"the loedee', of the iLabour in! Vain:hotbl .with crbat?if a n' disturbaici6e ;andridaniaging property to theovalue oft'sl. i-This'caed wain dismidded;. and onb:lof! theonilgirtrdbos cautibned tbid prbbeoutor - to; condueot1 his house'inabeott6t manner.4 In v"s 4ll AlfrodnByine; wdas ohbared. by a ipoersbt rilmaedi Moony.mitBh haiin lfia'iia tond&ht ihis door, and then assaulted miimpiaboub twfo'block'oiiJSuni'dy in6rnigy.l )Def6?iddnt wast 'flnbdi,10.y Jbesidesatin'loted i in rlOs) daihages, or i committed, ,ihfidofamltyito! tt...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

COLIC NGWOOD=-FawaY, UA, i .o Before Messrs. J. B. Hallos, (ohalirman) and Nettleton ..--- Mary Ge.rgo, Who:;.0ad'been,'looked up since Tuysday for drunkenness, Was dis charged, ''' SEtho.r Donny' *a oharged' by Thimas Thurston' with obscene and i insulting languoge. . She had boon five time' previously eonvictod. Andrew Munroo was charged by his wife with haviing'i ttenpted, to commit duioide: The mian confessed to having been drinking for a' fortnight. He was remanded for 'ms week. Kidney 'Bros. v. C. P. Odgers.-Olaim f6r 38 18s. Od.: for goods sold and deliveroe.' Verdict for the amount,'with 5s. costs. Kidney Bros. 'v. James Irvine.-Olaim for I£7 7s.lld1, Verdict for the amount, with `:s. costs.., Distress varraint to be issued iiin Town Inspector V. William Sharp, JameW, D., ,Falvey, Peter MODoerinott, Williant' Evans.-ln those cases the proseouto' proceoodd agaiilstthe defendants severally 'forunregistered dogs, wandering cows, and, allowing a,' loeb to overflow. Fines wore: i...

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FITZROY, THURSDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

~t, ;ifT7, T uiatmuAT, Aiudni15.k ,?,Fe o Js,1,ose ,ITempleton iP:M.,.KaEooI' ( ey or), Ijpiles, ,Thos; Kidney, ;Marsden, Rueha1Jisand Haokett,: -Jdteph We'wd a le harged irklthl't ahhatdn ingtd?~t:hiselwife't tlititt.' Tb thii' hi'ld bee fl> tt mbf i. lll t iroitt#<}tiik yare, Wt hd the prse6duti{z wifll.ed to i yhtir a*thd ashbi th'gibtA'itir rhuelJ&4 d'" n' i4bro dhltile, bdb Sthe hbfbHblbdtýhii ii' suo eiylf , 20; of, inidefadultpbil ho'~ith'l inipHidomlioitl "' b6S 'Diokean Wa. brought up on a dh ge of .asaulting Jit?ei Lamb, 6o wh6m th kw?as '' i6 appoikbhMi. This caso had bhbn'tbmardl1& from Ilst tMobt1tiy,' whbn proesdeidtd wished to withrt Irt, da?rd the defdaitdht n'd doniled 'having.: dbi conb corhed iii th''a ffair at d11, Discharbd.. William Tobin was 'olikred y J6lil Fit~'h with hiaing, assaulted him Wlthott p.iroVo~tl6~i liHit Tuestiiay ovning, P9libe. reii#nt Jiirniard Enuides produced a tnnbldi whichi liad booe finig at the p doeltr'shi...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. rIlHE Mercury is published '??Satui( -1 Morning. Persons wishingo have 4 -paper ig'ularly deliverud at theirpladeVof business or residence will be ohargeds.por quarter, payable in advance, for delvery. The Editor will be obliged for % form. ation--moro especiallt relating local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 5s. ,. Official and Election Advertisements, pant plices; Servants;-Houses and-'-.. LaziiG for Sale 'r!.t6'.Lot?t Aiii l6 " for - Sale or, Exchangpo, "iscel:-. ,~q i-aneoqus, Missing 'rieonds, &., . 0s. Od. Ditto,'30 words ... ... is. Od. Noplics -of ,,irths!si rDis aths' Id? s )?d H11E dMerctzry cant,bQ obtained frpm any of tlio w fdglowing aged . :-Sabscriptiorn i. por quarter. , Mr. cin ?iW"barv 1 S. '8ilimfath '9rot. Mrs. WOODRUPF.', 06 Blrtinh?l?Rk stree :' Mrs. CAMrmnE ..: 81 Gortrildd:e stit. M.Pi.j ro..,.... Johnston treqel .Mr. NEWAM ..:: Rae st ;-Nortl Fl?ziy. ?Nr. TimoiAs ....:. ..? Post office, Johnqtop-st 31...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnid Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

, UBLISHED EVERY SATURPAY, ;,0 r vi '.ti ýM (8d~b'' did` Vinýe'ai' . "' ' I Op 090RESPONDENTS. (f l?ejeblct omn?hinications cannot~ be rotur,?r ivner any ercurmstances whatever.; :; No noq4}o.cac, bo taken of ajonymo.r q conm. ,minlctims.i "'Evorjj.lette' must .be acco'n panied.by .the. ,amon.. and. address of the writer) not necessarily foi. publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid.inconvenience and delay to person, interested.te have to request that all business communications, including advertisementss ordeorsbfpr the paper, and remittances, be ad. dressei4 tpG?riu ,xk'. SPAvxN. and not to the Et ~l .? .. .... ADVERTIBEZnENTS, in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and oth?escominunicatio s nt9g for SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1875.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

THE GREAT: . SUMMER 'FAIR Persons requiring Mourning have an: excellent opportunity of procuring 'at' an unusually LOW. TARIFF. BLACK' FRENCHi MERINOES. BLACK, LUSTRES.& i BLACK CRAPE. BLAC: IMOURNING HATS BLACK CRAPE BONNETS. MARK FOY, always disposed to sell mourning goods chap,ha ip arke4 do*ni in pricebelow COST all suqh artcles. MARK FOY, Smith street, Colling odli , G. :ANSELL, I FASHIONAnLE 96 SIMPSON'S ROADj North Riohmondi"' Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots Sown, or Pegged, made t order . 'Good stook of English and Colonial Boots of every desuorition on halid fat Moderate Prices. Repairs neatly and cheaply done. THOMAS} SMITH;, .' ,WHOLESALE -; BOOT &,SHOE MANUFACTURER, Sackville st., Collingwood. Hawkeors and the Trade supplied at the lowest prices. MRS. ALLEN,., STRAW WORKER & PRESSER ,:, Late of Victoria Parade, ,successor to'" Mrs. Hunter. 76 Lonsdale ·t., Melbourne, (Opposite the Hospital). LEGHORN, Tuscan, Fanoy,, Felt, and ahd' Straw Bonnets and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

Joseph Ballinger, BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER; 105 Gore Street, Fitzroy. All kinds of repairs done. Smoky chimneys cured, and general jobbing executed. MISS VMCIKEY, GrENERAL DRAPER, .81 GERTRUDE.. ST,, FITZROY. Millinery, Mantles; Costumes, Hosialery; Feithers, Flowers, Cu?fs, &c. The Showroom is under the managemdni of Miss M.cKei. GROCERY ,& GREENGROCERY STORE, 222 SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD. GI-. 3PER0S S'P.?IE Has taken the above premises, where he carries on the business of a General Grocer and Greengrocer, and seeks the further patronage of the friends who supported him at the old establishment. FIRE INSURANCE. The National Insurance Company Of Australasia (Limited), MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM. DIRECTORS, Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vioe.Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. .T, L. M'Cluro, Esq, Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. lion, O. J. Jenner, M.L.C, Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stophenson, Esl. Horal Office I No. I Market.square, Collins st., Melbourne, WM. MACOREDI...

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OUR INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

OUR INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. A riceit tinumbr of' the Victorian Sli e. Gazette contalined fiveo pngbs filled with the namos ,of. 490 deofaulters tp.lhoState, for arrears npproximitting an amount of .,12,00, duo towards the maintdnntico of neglected and crim. in??" childrqli. in our. Industrial and Reformatory Institutions. The revela. tLon' Il not a gratifying one, hut wllat are wo to do? Theo periodical statistics of our solhal condition proclalim the priovaln'ce in this colony of an nlminot Incredible amount of crime and piuper ism, and it wits only the other (dny that Mr. GREta, t11e uporintlndent of what is erroneously c!lled the Tmmigr?ute' Hlomol,but Whoau more I ppi'oprlllitb ahp'ellation wouldl be that of a Poor .louso, had an intorviow with the Minister of 1~P'bluc-Works, respecting .h?, expediency of, having another birilding con ?'ti ed for;, the reception of the casual poor. This colony ex ponds sometling like £600,000 sterling per annum, or educational purposes, :d as ignora...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

The Fitzroypolice'havreoceiveed instruc. tions 'to maintain a vigilance over some of the inhabitants of St. David's street, in corisequence of a recent disturbance created 'there by two resident families, respectively 'dimed sEdwards and Laurie. The acoustic properties of, the Fitzroy Police Court are so defective, that it is with -extreme difficulty the witnesses can be 'heard, and last Monday Mr. Edwards, junr., suggestedi that the centre :table, which is usually appropriated to the accom. modation of the bar and the press, should be removed. nearer, to the, bench,, to. give the legal 'gentlenien an opportunity of hearing better. A' evory' good 'idea, but whether it will be adopted is qilestionable. The 'd Is' ! '6ri consideration connected with rad'lterated beer' whiih 'appears 'to havo:Oscapd, official: cognizauce and public notice. i i pakers.wlh supply us,all with bread usually procure their yeast from local breweries. .Now, if the beer be adulterated the yeast that is efferve...

Publication Title: Mercury
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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 17 April 1875

MISCELLANEOUS NEVtS.'"; " 'ilhii Nortl' ''ina ! "ddetee' amfliimcn that the Getiian fleBit"Will6sýbn be vbirtli''bf f the Germaseempire. ,I t has been deciddd tp raise;tAe;ironolad fleet to, eight frigates, sit qqqeteo , two, monitqrs, and .twq id 'derv idd"llb9i; r WIU1 becoihb thiie "yar, ind~ ono'in 1876. ' 'All aio flrst-class aesdbl?, eaidsritovhav'enibeený:designeaiby sh·Ji J: Keed,,,qith 101qoh:,plates,. and,?eirrabosod qasemenfslon ýheldoeý- aro, in€fji.ot, Iqt., idghftkised.' Tley cari riams. and 'iave dti %iid £a'b'8, 0O hbaBirebýo~bo9 'Oidf'`ho'dii vetes,+,iouli-nbo fitnidhed,':a idboWtf d'f id batteries,1ivhile thieb monitors with;8blio plates, a yingoach 9peo p-3centimeto, gan will Te o m nced this ar. he diiralty io;f 'tbodg" iwi: awiaro of''thi progressa of Ltheeb, 'sýe$ý , w whiofi)' whh' b'ilb'd. will ikkke',Gbrmidnti'the'beedndtii rtiuiie Powdr, :and, give 1 her coniplete ascbndancy in ylo, Iltjp,l whqreo, iie vital to?her talbb free?d, "P?v.r ana iniiuence, no ,le...

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