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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

Xiismore. [piiom our correspondent.] November 4.— We will banquet the Minis terial visitors on Friday noxt.. Mr. Ewing and Mr. Garvan (Minister for Justice.) have been in town since Saturday evening last. Miss Edith O'Gorman lectured to. an extraordinary large assemblago last even ing. The greatest quietness onBued. There woro 20 constables and over 100 sworn-in special constables present, but, fortunately, their' services wero hot re quired. All the hotels were closed daring tho day. Great crowds of people from all parts of the district wero present at the lecture, and everything passed off quietly. [Through pressure of space a consider able portion of this correspondence is held over.; Ed. Hekat.d.]

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

: Corretipondence. Tho Editor doos not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. TO TIIH llniTOR OV TIIR RIOIIMOJTD IlIVKB IIKRAIiI-. THAT PUNT AGAIN. Sin. — Cohiplaints aro daily made of tho dangorous stato of tho punt and it# applianoos. Would it not bo advisablo to tako our visitors aboard tho loaky oraft ami leave thom in mid-stream until thoy havo promised to remedy tho oxiflting dangorous stato of things ?' charon; Sin, — Tt would bo wanton injustioo on ray part to allow tho -romarlcs, probloms, puzzlos, and diroet aoousations against mysolf porsonally and tho publio generally, whioh appoar in your issuo of tho 29th October nnd signed W. L. Murphy, withoiit tho shadow of foundation but tho fovorod stato of_ his own oxcitod imagination, char acteristic of his former ablo ingenuity to climb up tholadilor of famo by making an uncallod for attack ou a roprosontativo and publio institution, whilo publicly and constitutionally advocating its superior claims ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Cricket Match, Married v. Single. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

Cricket Match, ltKarrlcd v. Mingle. I Tiid above match, whioh promisos to bo ono of tho most interesting over playod in in tho distriot, will tako plaoo on Tuesday noxt, nnd a glanoo at tho list of playors on oitlier side will couvinco tlio most sooptioal that it will not bo ' all boor and skittlos' for oithor tontn. In nddition to its boing tho birthday of tho hoir npparont to tho throno of England nnd Etnpiro of India, othor and loool inducoments havo boon offered to not only attract visitors but to make our bonodicts and baoholors do thoir lovol best to vnn up n good scoro, Mr. Mobbs, of tho Conimorcinl Hotol, givos a host bat to tho.playor making tho highest batting avorago during tho match ; Mr. M'Noill, of Lismoro, givos a bassinobto to tho highest scorer on tho married sido; Mr. G. Cooper of tho Post- offico Stores, givos a splotidid meerschaum pipo to tlio bowler taking tho most wickots ; Mr. J. Bonaud, watohmakor, of Richmond Torraco, givos a lmndsomo gold-plated hunting wa...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

,v School of' Arts.- ! TnE usual monthly' mooting of the committeo of the Sohool of Arts was hold at the institution on Monday evening last, whon , there were present— Messrs., P. Clifford (in tho chair),,] J. M'Aughoy, A. Yabsloy. W. J\ M'Aughoy, H. S. Pergusson, W. L, Murphy, and P. B. Watts, hon. sec. The minutes of tho provious meeting wore road and confirmed. Tho Chairman submitted tho cost of a stamp for the uso of tho Institution for the purposo of stamping book3, periodicals, &c., and it was rosolvod on tho motion of Mr. JYM'Aughev, seconded bv Mr. 'VV. J. M'Aughoy, that the Chairman bo requested to procure suoh stamp. Tho Secretary reported that he had ordered chess and draught boards from Sydnoy. , It was .rosolved on tho motion of Mr. H. S. Fergusson, '? That tho use of the hall of the institution be granted freo of cost on the occasion of tho Ministerial luncheon.' A-ppocimon shoet of tho library catalogue was then submitted, and approved, and on the motion of Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

? Sires of the Season. TO STAND THIS SEASON, ?' NEAU OonAKt, .' ?! «. ; \4 J*'1 0 Tho Thoroughbred Horso WELCOME,. WELCOME is a dark Ohcsnut, by Warliko (imp.) ; dam Topsy, by Wlialebono ; g dam lioHcbiid, by Pitaford (imp.) TERMS ? .C'2 'is singlo maro. Two or moro mares tlio property of samo owner £i ouoh'. Good grass aiid-plonty -of water, 'and every caro taken of marcs, but no responsi bility inourred. - .. '; v ! Ail mares must bo romovod aud paid for by tho 1st- January, 1SSV... V r ; MATITIN DOR AN. rno STAND THIS' SEASON; X At Cmlringtbn,' M . . ' ? atid trayol tho suvvouudiug. district, . , « Powerful Draught Ilorso PLANTATION,; By Plantation (imp.) ', dam by Lincoln (imp.) ; g dam by Essex (imp.) ; g g dam by Shortlogs (imp.) ; g g g dam by Dray man (imp.) TERMS. ? £2 10s. por maro. . A liberal reduction mado for two or moro maros tho property of samo person. ' Good accuro paddocks 'provided and evory c.'ivo tii ken of niaves, but no responsibility in-, curred. igjg* Royal...

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Prince of Wales' Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

Prince of Wales' Birthday. A meetino of the Exocutivo Committeo in connection with tho above,, was hold at Mobbs' Cnmmorciiil ; Hotel on Monday ovening last, when tho following gentlomen wero present.— Mesrrs. II. 8. Fergusson, F. Clifford, W. Mobbs, G. Balzor, and Dr. Connor, hon. soo. Tho Secretary read a letter from Mr. M'Noil, of. Lismoro, stating that it would not ..bo -possible for two jnmnbers of the band to. stay -to play at tbo Cricketors' Ball on 'Tuosdiiy .'night, tho 9th instant, and rocommoriding Mr. Scott. Mr. M'Noil also intimated his intention of presenting a bassinottd to the highest scorer amongst the married mon. The Secretary was requested to com municate with Mr. M'N.oil, thanking him for his kind attontion and offor. After some discussion as to ways and moans it was docidod that Mr. Mobbs bo requested to provide refreshments at the ball at a cost not exceeding Is Gd per head. The meeting then adjourned.

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The Science of Silence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

The Science of Silence. j He who has learnt the science of silence may hide ignorance, and even aquiro a reputation for knowledge and wisdom. A story is told of the painter Zeuxis, how he reproved a certain high priest of Great Diana of the Ephesians, who dis- I coursed of pictures in tho artist's studio with so reckless an audacity of ignorance that the very lads who were grinding colours could not refrain from giggling, whereupon Zeuxis, said to his too eloquent friend, ' As long as you kept from talking you were the admiration of ! these boys, who were all wonder at your rich attire, and the number of your servants; but now that you have ven tured to expatiate upon the arts of which you know nothing, they aro laughing at you outright.' Denouncing the vapid verbiage of shallow praters, Carlyle exclaims, 'Even Triviality and Imbe cility, that can sit silent; how respectable are they in comparsion 1' It was said of one who was taken for a great man so long as he held his peace, ' Th...

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Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

MiiiiMtcrial Visit. A mbetixo of tho Reception Committoo wns hold nt the cninniittod room of the School of Arts on Saturday ovoning. last, whon tlioro . wer6 prosent — Mossrs. W. Yabsloy, J.P. ,(in tho chair). Dr. Connor, W.' Mobbs, F. ! B. Watts, K. Nolan, A. Yabsloy, and E. M. D. Spring and F. Clifford (hon. sees ) A numbor of tolograms woro road from L. E. Copo, hon. soc. Cnsino Committoo and E. Hogan;, Esq., J1.P.,.iie Ministerial visit, stating that the visitors would loavo Sydnoy by a Govornmont stoamor,, visit Ballina on Thursday, Lismore on Friday, Casino on Saturday and Coraki on Mon day. ,; Mr. E. M. D. Spring moved, and Mr. W. , Mobbs, secondod,— ',,That on tho arrival of the Parliamentary party thoy bo presented with an addross of welcome, to bo draftod by, Messrs.' F. Clifford, Dr. Connor and the mover, and to be proparod for presentation by tho former. The Secretaries wore requested to send a telogram to tho Minister for Public Instruc tion, asking that the Coraki and ...

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The Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

The ministerial Visit. It behoves all those' who have the interest, of the district at heart to roll up on Monday, on th'c occasion of the Ministerial Visit to Coralci, and accord those gentlemen, and the Members of Parliament accompanying them a cordial greeting.'. Not /perhaps ' so much on account of what they have done for the district, but foK'.wliak.they have left! undone, and, alt.hough.this may appear! somewhat parado.vical'-yet -it, will be1 acting scripturally jit^all events, byi heaping coals of fire, -in' the guise of a| sumptuous luncheon , backed by a hearty; welcome, on tlie 'heads'of our visitors.1 Therc.iiis, .of .course, another, reason; why all who can should attend at the landing and at the luncheon afterwards,; a(jidq ti^at-.isj ^an.; ppportunityr,.will .^be given' them of affording'sucli local information to tlie'Ministers and others' as i\iay. be of, advantage to the, district in the/near future, 'andsi'giiidc to those sontlcmen when legislating therefor.; Ther...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 5 November 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [FROM OUH OWN CORUEBl'ONDENT.] ? SYDNEY, W EDNEHDAY. i , , Tlio cricket match, English v. South ' Australians, ftt Adelaide, onilod in a draw. Tho latter in thoir first innings scored 132, and in thoir second 127 for 8 wickets. In tho cricket match, English v. South Australians, tho former concluded their first innings for 329. Tho stoamor Tin, from Wellington to Foxton, was wrecked at Cook's Straits ; the crow and passongcrs being landed by boats. Tho P.M. of Lismoro has sworn in 100 spccial constables, and closcs all. hotels at H o'clock a.m; to prevent riot. Employment has been found for over' 1000' unemployed,' in road making in: tlio various districts of the colony. ? At a meeting of tho . Protectionist! Demonstration Committee it was rnftolved: to march - in procnsBion on Saturday the, 13th, and hold a meeting at Prince Alfred Park, when four' speakers willj address andionces from different plat-; forms. Sir. Tames Marl.in is to bo asked! to preside over tho meeti...

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The Birthplace of Abraham. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

T4ie Ilirtliplacc of Abrahnm. Not far from Aleppo is situated the little town of Orfsih (the ancient Ur of the Chaldees) which is of great historical interest, it having beon. the birthplace of the patriarch-Abraham. There aro. few Jews in the place, but the Arabs still point out a, small building, lying, outside tho- town ..which, tl^r dcclare , to be: the tho :h'-u?0 wherein Abraham first saw the light, and' which they .therefore term Beit El-Clinlil (the house of the' friend of.God). It is almost improbable that the. actual house. should have .stood for thousands of years,., but. the building ? in question is -of great: antiquity., .-By—its present owner,1 aipArab peasant,' as' well as the Arabs generally, it ls held'in the utmost veneration, the more so since it is feared that within a few years it will fall, to the ground.— Jewish. , Qhroimla. ?

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The Water Conservation Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

The W ater Conservation I ' Commission. I The Water Commission toolcitlie follow ing evidonco at the- Courthouse, Casino, on Saturday.;— y ? : ?, ?Thotnas Ilyndes Green, forest rangel' forithe Cusino, district, ^stated that he had been n' resident much 187 5 ; -tho; rainfall in the district had fnllon-'qir ; d ti ring the last two, or, th'r'eo voars : -in Donnmlmi-. Jnnnnry, and 'Mnroh the residents usually looked for,: rains,' the .heavier rains provailingiduring.the onrly months of the yoar j in' tho' event of no winter rain .fulling ploughing was cxcee'dingly difficult'} the soil was greatly adapted to agriculture, . and on-tlio-nortlbaiul south arms of. the Kichmond Ixiv'er' a large quantity of ground was under cultivation, but in no: proportion-' to the 'area ; t]„. holdings varied.1 from ,40' nefes,; ari'd, rousjhly speaking, .within a 20, miles radius of ? Casino loO'to 200. ; settlers resided ; probably 'tlio most inferior land was at L-iwt ence, but on the whole there was l...

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Important Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Important Cereiuioiiy. TiiE ceremony of christening' the' first battery; erected : at the Fairfield G-oldfield took place last week.- About 600 were present,..including,the mayor and alder men, 'police/magistrate; and other distin guished visitors ' from' Teriterfield and Sydney;5-'' Mr. ^rackniell'^ 'superintendent of telegraphs, was' also present. The machinery, ; av15-head stamper battery, has been .erected by. the Adeline Gold mining 'Company, the proprietors of the prospectors', claim. The first steam - was turned on by Mr.' Solomons, of Sydney, and the cermeony of christening was.per formed. by Miss Adeline Smith, daughter, of onb'of the prospectors, and who will be married to-day, and then .proceed to Sydney. About 100 guests then attended a, banquet given by the directors. The usual loyal toasts and ' Success to the Adeline Claim' were proposed. Miss Smith, was the recipient of a; handsome Bet of plate given by the 'directors, i Mr. John- Reid, 'of the -Tent Hill Smelting Wo...

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Another Peaceful Invasion. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

A nolher. Peaceful In vasion. TilE working men of this country had better be; on the qui vivo. The London correspondent of the JSaho says: — A company is being formed, under the title of the Emigrants' self-supporting Emigra tion Society, Limited, with- the object of. carrying out a scheme of emigration to Australia and New Zealand on tl very liirge7scale. The' company proposes to sSirt with a capital of 1,000,000 -sterling, : only half of which will, however,' he called for at once: ' The Capital is c to be| raided by; the js's'ue of hnlf a million ini preferred' shares of £10 each, and; 10,000,000-' onei shillingy shares, with e i migrant's ; apriority tcouppns; .attached. There will be a periodical- ballot amongst, the holders of tho_.tl.iese ' shilling ' shares, ! janjd^the ? winners of , the;f.prij!es. -will, be: entitled to a free pkssnge to th^*co1om^i: and nn allotnient'of two acres of land,! together -withf agricultural ;implements. Each emigrant. a will, have , to 'sign an...

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Lord Tennyson's Exhibition Ode. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Tennyson's l2xlilbUloii Ode. I ' '^RD'Tensyson's new ode, composed by liiin in connho*noration of tho'opening of tho Colonial , nncl'IndintV Exjiibitiiin, and 'which wag ''delivered on 'tlie '4th inst-., is ns tinner : — * Welcoiho,. Wulcotriti 1 With ono voieo, Iu j'our wolt'nro wo rojoico ; i.. ; ' ? Sons and, dnughturs that huvo sont, ? , From islo utiil iuipo nnd contiiumt, ? Prodni-.o of your Held and food, ^lountrnnd mino ntul primal .wood, ? jyorks.^oL subtle brnin nnd hand, Spleiulo.irs of tlio-inoniinir's land, Gifts frofn every British zono—'''* ] Briton's hold your own 1'' i .Majy^wo find'ngbsirun;5 ? ?«.?» /. . j } i Tho uiollior fodtui-od in tho son ; ' 1 An^nia^-j^urs.for over bo i Thiit ol'd strongtliViuil ennstanoy Which litis made your fnthors groat ' Xn-onr anwdiitiislnnd^Stato ;i \ And wlioro'or.hnr llag.mnv,ll\T, j . Glorying bhtwo'on son and sky, ^ Makes tho might.of ^Britain kuowu — Britons, hold your own I - Britain fought of -yore, v ' ' B'ritiiii^fnilpd, dhd...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Drlef Mention. j Roll up to tho ccmatory mooting. Now boat to bo provided for tho Coraki punt. Tho approaches to bo put iu order and mado less proaipitous. Wants a fouoo on either sido of the punt approaches. At Arolier's death his tally of wins stood at 146 agaiust Woods' 125. A l'l'osneotuu of tho Fairfield Gold-Mininir Contpauv. of 2(1,0(10 shares of £1 each appears in tho S. M. Herald. White buttorflies in thousands, al' going duo north, pnsocd over Coraki last Saturday. Tho Rocky Mouth bakers insist on thoir brend bills being paid monthly. Thero is a counter movement on the part of the customers. Mr. Ewing in his speech at tho banquet at Lismoru said ho was prepared to voto for protection if required. Mr.. Hogan said Mr. Ewing and himself were known in Sydney ns tho Siamese twins. Mr. Targett advocated tho establishment of a model farm on the Kiclunond. Mac's war cry when he is nt the wicket is ' Conio on you ? ' Ho means angol possibly. Mr. W. Laird, the onco enorgetic secreta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Sires of the Season rpo STAND THIS- SEASON, X NEAK CoilAKI, Tlio Thoroughbred Horao WE 1, COM 15 ill n dark Chesnut, liy Warlike (imp.); dam Topay, by AVlialobono ;gdam Kosubnd, by Pimford (imp.) ' ??'?TERMS £- r-s singlo mni-o. . Two oi- moro marsi, tlio property of a'ntno owner £2 eacli.^ Clued grass null plenty of .-water, nnd cvm-y onro taken of mures, 'but . lioirosponai bihly.. incurred. ; All mares mufitbo removed nnd pilid- for by tho 1st , .limitary, ISiw. , - 1 , ? MARTIN. .DOUAN. ,.. , rno STAND THIS SEASON JL At' Codington, , , nnd truvol tlio s-iinounding district, * l&g3lS|—'WS-)Tlio Powerful Draught liorso PLANTATION, ? . By Plantation (imp.) ; dam by Lincoln (imp.) ; gdam by Essex (imp.) g g dam by Shortlcgs (imp.) : ggg dam by Dray 1111111 (imp.) ' i t ? i TERMS.;.. ...£2 10s. por mare. , : - A lilioral reduction liindo for . two or moro marcs the properly of samo person. , ? Good securo : paddocks provided nnd every, caro taken of maros, but no responsibili...

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Coraki Police Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

Cornki l'ollcc Court. I Monday, November 8in, 1886, Bf.fouk Messrs. J. Bray, P. Jr., nnd H. Williams, J.P. Fjiaudulknt Tnsot.venot. W. J. M'Aughoy ou romnnd, and on bail, chargcd wit.h fraudulent insolvency, was agniu brought beforo tlio Court, when tno followiug ovidonoa was taken. Mr. Allingham appoared for tho prosocution, nnd Mr. N. I. Simmons for tho defeuoo. James Bray, on oath, stated : I am tho District. Commissioner in Insolvonoy for tlio Richmond Riverdistrict.; I produce M'Aughny's original schedule and tlio Chief Commissioner's fiat doclnriug M'Auirliey insolvent; tlio siuuaturc Georgo Hibbtrt Doffell is tho signature of tho Chiof Commissioner ; I know it well. James Rogers, on oath, stated : I am a oonstablo of polico, at Coraki ; I produco an 0 'iginal summons for Robert Dawson, lato of Coraki ; Dawson was in the omploy of Murphy and Wliito, of Coraki ; tho original summons is signed by Grin'go Larkin, J.P., and datod 24 th October, 188G; I served a oopy of tho summons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

General Notices. WANTED, 1000 COOPER'S STAVES. Apply at tho CLUB HOTEL, Coraki. 0ORAKJ. CEMETERY. Thoso intorosted in tho CLEARING of tho CORAKI CEMETERY aro desired to moot tho Committoo at Nolan's Hall TO-MORROW (Satur day) EVENING, at 7.30 o'clock, so that tho work may bo proceeded with at onco. rpo BUILDERS. TENDERS are invitod for the Erection of a SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE (labour only). Plan and specification may bo seen at Mas. P. CLAFFEY'S Residence. Tenders to close on the 20th of this month. jyj' INISTExilAL VISIT. A MEETING of tho RECEPTION COM MITTEE will bo hold at the School of Arts THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7.30 o'clock, to close accounts in connection with the above. Accounts must be sont in to the under signed not later than 4 o'clock. FREDK. CLIFFORD, ) Joint E. M. D. SPRING, j Hon. Sees. rp (T T H E PUBLIC. In reference to an advertisement which appeared in last week's issue of the Herald, notifying me to complete the contract of Jefferies Building, I beg to state that ...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 12 November 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. The French Government maintains the agreement entered into with Great Britain, regarding the New Hebrides, in 1878. A Russian warship has arrived at Bourgas with 1200 infantry.' ' , Fred Archer, the English jockey, shot himself dead while suffering from pneumonia. The Ticeborne claimant has been arrested at New York for personating an army pensioner. Hanlan was stroke of the four-oared crew on the Thames which won the champion four-oared race. A Russian spy has been arrested at Vancouver's Island while sketching the harbours. Russia aud Turkey support France in the demand for the British evacuation of Egypt. Austria and Germany are neutral]. The Lord Mayor's procession passed off orderly. The Socialists attempted to hold a meeting ia Trafalgar Square, but were frustrated by tho police, assisted by a detachment of Horse Guards. The Bulgarian Regency have ordered the release of the Russian conspirators at Bourgas. The Marquis of Salisbury maintains that th...

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