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Death of the Oldest Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

Death of the Oldest Australian. The prevailing disease influenza, has removed from our midst a very old re sident of the Ryde district, Mr. Wm. Small, at the ago' of 96 years. At the time of his death he was the oldest Australian in the colonies. He came of a family of extraordinary longevity, but being so far advanced in years he fell an easy victim tn the scourge. He was born in a farmhouse at Ryde on December 14, 1796, a few years after the arrival of the first : fleet, his father haying reached the colony with the first batch of cpnvipts as a gaol warder. In his yputh he was taught boottnaking, and worked for Mr. Pope, of By-Je, but his health bei.ntr bad he was advised to seek spme pther occupation. He, there fore entered the police force, and after 10 years' service, during, which time he rose to the rank of inspector, he. again changed his occupation and sotight to earn his livelihood as a tiller pf the soil. Captain Rossi, of Goulburn (the father of the present Captain Rossi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. H. M. Stanley in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

Mr- E- M. Stanley i& lEdtouno The R.M.S. Arcadia reached Williams rmvn pior on Wednesday morning last ut half-past 9. Mr. H. M. Stanley was met by Mr. It. S. Smythe, liaron von Mueller, and several members, of tho Geographical Society of Victoria, who accompanied htm to Melbourne. Thu Opera lnuso was crowded otnno occasion 01 ins nrxi ici-luiu, ?' Him I found Livingstone.' The lecturer received an immense ovation, tho audience geotini; hia appearance with rounds of ap plause. As soon as this lulled, Baron von Mueller, with the members of tho Geo graphical society, presented the explorer with an address. The lecture was received with marked ntUinrion and frequent cheers. At the conclusion, the Governor went on tho stagp n,nd was introduced to Mr. Stanley.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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"La Grippe." THE SYMPTOMS OF THE DISEASE, [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

'La Grippe.' THE SYMPTOMS OF SHE DISEASE. Unfprtunutoly the symptoms of the dis ease are only too well known. First there are chills, speedily accompanied by head ache and tightness across the forehead ; tendorness and watering from the eyes, and discharge from the nostrils. The bodily temperature is raised, the pulse becomes quick and moist. The digestive orcans bocomc impaired, anpotite is parti ally Inst, and thirst, vomiting, and peca sional diarrhoea are induced. Speedily the whole physique is weakened and the spirits depressed, this lasting for two or three days, when convalescence begins, unless the. attack be of unusual severity, or the person be eld and feeble. On the appearance of tho disease in England, the Pall Mall Gazette interviewed the three loading London medical men in such dis eases, viz. : Sib Oscaii Clayton, Sib MORELL McKESZIE AND D». ROBSOif Rosse, and enoh prescribed stimulating oritonic treatment. La Grippe is a con stitutional matter, it is not merely local...

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The Contrast. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

The Contrast. The Municipal Association of New South Wales, which lioldg a well regardert session every year, is a body of some weight and promise. Admitting the small comparative extent o£ municipal government in this eomny, but also looking at the sparse ness of population, we think that it will he obvious that the much-decried Municipalities Act of a quarter of a a century ago has done good work. And. this work, as well as its extension and constlidation, is represented by the 162 gentlemen who, from one end of the colony to the other, come tp repre ent the affairs of their districts in the annual meeting of the association. That meeting is rnore and more coming to be regarded as the Parliament of municipalities, as it is the standing counsel to them ; and, though its decisions have np legal authority as such, they should carry much weight in Parliament, and among all who hope for the advance of the self-governing spirit in. the rural populations. In fact, Parliament could do wor...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Fashionable Gambling. ADVICE TO POLITICIANS. WHAT BISHOP MOORHOUSE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

Fashioaa'blo Oramtting. : ADVICE TO POLITICIANS. What Bishop Moorhouse Says. The Bishop of Manchester (Dr. Moor house) has been speaking out again on Bocial matters. He warned his hearers that, if the multitude asked the poli tician to take up an opinion which, tested by Christ's standard, he bad seen to be false, or to. do. an action which by that test' he bad proved tp be unjust, let him set Ihb face like a flint against the multitude, and cry with the pro phet of old, 'Let God be true and every man a liar.' To the m,en of society the Bjshpj- said ;— '.' Bring the fashionable gambling and. Sabbath hreaking of the present day to tho test of reason and Scripture. Ask your-, self about gambling, if it does not flow forth from the sin of covetousness ; if it is not a great stimulus to selfishness and unnatural excitement ; if it is not the deadliest foe to. steady industry, un blemished integrity, and general health iness of bod; and mind.' And of the fashionable Sabbath - breaking, w...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

Agricultural Education. In a pamphlet on ' Agricultural Educa tion,' which has been recently published, Professor M'CopneH, of England, suggests the following as being the methods be3t calculated to oxtend agricukural education among the rural classes : — 1. Gileses held at elementary schopls or elsewihero. under the. Science and Art Department should.' be encouraged by giving lnonjey. prizes to the pupils earning the. highest parks', and by. subsidies to tne teachers ; and other schools should, be induced to. take tho subject up. 2. Local prizes or scholarships should be.' offered to. pupils in the higher, schools 4-/\ i'nr1n/ia 4-knrrt i-f\ efniiTT tViio onliiOAf. QMI tip] b' 'e' oppn to. all under, say, seventeen years, of, age, 3. Eichibitions or scliolarships of at least £50 per annum, should be offered locally, open to all young farmers between eighteen and twenty-five years of age, and who have' worked on a farm for at least two years, to enable, them to prosecute, a course o...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

Brief Meatioa. Tho oddfellows sports held on Monday last at Npwra, were a financial success. The member for Shoalhaven, a convert to prohibition. The influenza epidemic, has reached the township of Numba. Mr. Robert Benuie, Mrs. Bannie, arid two of the family being . Mr. W. Clark, of Barrengarry^ had a hearty send off on his. leaving that district, he was an old and respected resident of some years standing. Our contemporary seems, nervous as to how bur P.M. should deai out justice^ its strikes us that thp PM. should be the best judge. Messrs. Stewart apd Mortpn, auctioneers, Nowra, have had large and commodious sale yards erected for the convenience of their customers. The Berry, Jasper's Brush and Fox ground dairy factories paid suppliers 2jd per gallon for the I&st month ;' and the Gerringong factory paid 2Ad per gallon. . Messrs. James Condon, G.. Armstrong, D. Barron, and J. Pollock have been eiecceu ajxeuiura ui uiu utuuiauuj^ uulldit faotory, X$ is expected that on Pa...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Jindiandy dairy Co., Ltd. GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 14 November 1891

JiaSi&5i3.y Dairy- Co., Lt&- GENERAL MEETING. A very successful meeting was held at the Fuctory on Fiid.-iy, 30th Oct. Mr. John Houston presided, and a satisfactory report and balance was adopted. For the b'ik months ending the 20th October, 208, 933 gallons has been separated, producing 91,620 lbs butter, iivcraginR 22^ lbs. of milk to lib. of butter. Suppliers were paid at the rate of-6d per gallon. Income —Agents, Sydney, £5,407 lls Od ; total income, £5,795 5s 'Jd. Expenditure — Cheques paid to suppliers, £5,0.17 4s Id ; wagos and expenses, £628 Is Od j total ex penditure, £5,6i§ 5s Id, reducing the over draft in bank £150 0s Qd. Ballot for the election of four directors returned Messrs. James Condqn, G. Armstrong, James Pollock, and D. Barron. Messrs. Armstrong and Condon replied and thanked the shareholders for tfhe support tb,ey had given them, hoping that they would still further the interest of J.D.O. Messrs. Lecming and Walsh were re-elected audi tors for t...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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An Australian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

An Australian GhurcL The Rev. B. Smith who visittc( Nowra as a temperance advocate some fwelvo months ago, writes ns 'follows : 'Anew church of' the people has been organised at Ijeichhai-at, 27 adults joining tlie night of its inception, to be called 'The Aus- tralian Church.' This church Will seek to unite men 111' a society held together, not for firmal creeds, but by the religions and tlie aims 'of practical Christianity.' Tho church while being free frmn dogma, and wisely unhampered by ancient creeds and tradition, will deal with any subject that has for its aim and obiect tho betcerment of' the proletariat, political, social, or religious. The goneial basis of union, not intended to fetter, but simply indicating the general aim of the Australian, is as follows: 'Tho worship of ftod in spirit and truth ; the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ; and the' -promotion' and practise of the religious life of faith, hope, and love.' A children's church lias also been started in co...

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MESSRS. FOLEY BROTHERS' WEEKLY REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

Messes. Foley: Buothers' Weekly Eepobt. Butter. —Supply increasing ; selling fairly well. Cheese., — Market much easier this week ; price slightly receded. Bacon. — The demand for good hand cured impronug. Eggs. — Plentiful ; prices much easier. Butter, factory, 0s 9d to 0s Od per ib. „ dairy, Os 8d to.Os Od per. lb. Bacon, hand-cured, Cd to 7d per ib. „ machine-cured, 5d to 5£d per Vb. Hams, hand-cured, Sd to 9d per ib. ,, inachine:curedj;6d to 7d per ib Lard, bladder, 4d to 5d per Vb. Cheese, 5d to ti^d per.lb. Eggs, Is Od to Ib Id per doz. , Pigs, 4d to 4]td per fii. Calves, 6s to 25s each. Calves Skins, 0s 9d to'lB Od oach H--ney, 4s to 0b 5d per lb. Tallow, £20 to £21 per ton. Fowls, 4s Od to 4s 3d per pair Ducks, 4s Cd to 5s Od per pair. Geese, 6s 6d to 7s Od per pair. Turkeys, 10s Od to 12s Od per pair. Maize, 2s Id to 2; 2d per bushel Wheat (chick), 5s Od to Os Od per bushel. Oats, feed, 2s Od to 2s Id per bushel. „ seed, 2s Od to 0s Od per bushel. Barley, Cape, 2s 2d toOs O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

'' Diseased NatviTe oftentimes bre forth in strange eruptions,'— Act !'? *'**' To. the Public SQJtEpatienU suffering from nervous affections are afraid from sheer bash fulnpss and modesty to Pjsesokally con ptriM medicaj nmn^uther patients have not th@ self pos»esBion and coolness when Su the QomnjKing room, to accurately (leserjbfjtheip fymptoms-their habits; 'of life, JH'J the Wture of the disease they ? offer from. „ ., . ,, Let suph persons (he or she) Bit quietly flora in the privacy of their own apart ments, «md with calm minds describe clearly each symptom of their case, a clear statement thus written, and laid before pie, is far preferable in kwvoot diseases ?to a personal ooncultation. Where, how ever, a disease is of a peculiar and excep tional character, a personal consultation jnftjr become necessary ! but m7 successs jn correspondence is so threat, that of the thousands upon thousands whom I have tmtei by letter during the last 32 years, not* single mistake has ever occ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

Public Notice, 1 I BEG t-i intimate (hat in future I I shall KEEP MY STORE | OPEN on WEDNESDAYS until ,6 I p.m., instead of closing at 1 q'clock I as hitherto. I J. E. BOND, ? Cash Exchange, I Nowra. ? [A CARD.] I MES. Griffiths, while returning hel thanks to ladies who already harl employod her as nurse, begs to inform them and others of the surroundinl district, that it is her intention to continul to attend in cases of accouchement. I AH correspondence addressed to Thfl Cottage, Chapel-street, Terara, will havB prompt attention. I Notice, I THE undersigned -wishes to inform thfl Public of ohoalhaven, that ho hal purchased' the whole of Mil. WOODl WARPS oyster leases on the Sboalhavefl Biver. Any persons found tresp/issiiJ on same will bo prosecuted. ? GEQRGE HA1ZER, ? Groonwell Point, m Nov. 10th, 1891. ? Government Notice- ? fT^END.ERS will bo received by the uH 3 deraigued up to 9 a.m. on MondiflJ the 23rd, of November, for the followiH work : — IJ ReD.ecking and General Repair...

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The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

$he CJwaelieB. -! U^DEE OF SERVICES T0-M0RR0 W. Church of Exula^id.— Nowra 11 a.m. and 7.30Ip'Hi.;sBev. J. Best. Canibe ttur a 11 A.m'.'(h.c.) Rev. Luke Parr. ' ' Wbsleyast.'— Nowra, 11 a.m. and 7..30 n.nCand'Nfl«ra'Hill 2.30 p.m., Rev; E. King. Fullfe Creek 11 a.ni.;-Mt.- R. Crawford.'- ? JVest'Canibewarra,- 11 a.m., Mr.*Wni. Coukc. -'??????? :l 1 Prtsbvtctiai:. — Nowra, 11 a.m., and r.30' i-.V»' ' GreenweH Point, ' 11- a.m. iJtrmba,'3p.m.' Tomerong; 3 p.ui;

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Wollongong Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, 17TH Nov., 1891. (Before Judge Murray.) ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

'Wollongong' Quarter Sessions. Tcesdat, 17t,h Nov., 1891. (Before J ud|»o Murray.) ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Mary Hapgood, an elderly woninn with a carefurnowed countenance, pleaded guilty to an attempt to eiid her life at Milton: John Collins, from Kiama, also pleaded guilty, as did Wni. Kirineklly, a' sturdy Trishmanj' in the prime of life, who came from Berry. His Honor remanded them forsent'erice, and in congratulating' the district on the lightness of the calendar, qualified it by observing that he was sorry to see that riu'ch a large proportion sought to do away wi^h themselves. He thought at the present' time persons disposed might well leave it to the chances of la grippe.' ''?''??? riOESE MAIMING. Herbert Arnheiin and Geo. Murray, two' young men of well-connected appearance, we.^e charged with docking the tails of two horses in Milton last August. Ernest HobbSj a young man,' deposed that he rode his brother's horse' into ililtoh cm' t\)o evening' o£ the crime, and put it into the ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

^'' I.9.C AL STEWS, A Post-office has been established at Omega', between ?Gerringong'and Kiama. '? ??it'iiEJiTfsa of the oommittoe of the Shdalli'aveii Agricultural Sbciety-wns held m JS.oVr.Hou Tuesday,, last, but tho little BiisirioBS 'transacted ' was or' 'no -public' . _ rrtipurtanci;. ???'?' ? ' - --ll . ? - '? ?; '?'' Jaspees Brush Dairy Co. — Thus com :'.. pally received' for last'month (October) , 60,271 gallons of milk, -giving an- average ?-??''? production of ' butter of lib: fr&m-'251b. '?:?,? loz. of milk. ' Sup'pliers were pard'3d. per '. gaHou'. ''? ????,???!'?. i. ????:- * - ?? ?? ? . '' Land Court Appeal. — The L_and Court r ;? of N.S.'Wi, -which-isto'sitin' Sydney Hext ^Monday,- 23rd ins t.,- will hear an appeal -,' . . ' by George- Millard agamst :the proposed ': ;. ; li'irfeiture-by the Ulladulla'Ijand Board of -' j' . liiscouditidiialpurchase^NoiflO-l, Milton: 1 BANKROPTcr.' — A second account and - plaiiof aistribiitionni the estate of Wdliain ? Booth;...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

Epitome of News. Sydney MunicipaT'Ot^jhcll is about to publish a list of defiiultiiig-rajfejfiayora. ' T. H. Notley, l.vto of Kaii'gafoo Valley., has purchased Emley's cordial''factrtry at* Bega. ' ' ........... At the Wesleyan District Meeting in Sydneyrecently, a grant of £87 was re commended lor a parsonage' at Berry. ? v The regular 'fortnightly meeting of tho NoWi-a Municipal 'Council 'convened for Monday \apsed for want of a quoru\n: ' ' iilr ' J . S. Allan, Forest Ranger for the Shoalhavcn, Broulee, and Monaro dis trict, has now under his supervision 114 reserve's, giving a' total area of 339,308 J acres'. ' The consignment of Australian butter by the Cuzco lias landed in London in excellent bbndition. The bulk of the parcel realised from. 108s to 116s., and the best up to 120s per cwt. ? Miss M. McLean, daughter of Mr. N. McLean, of Berry,1 has been accepted for Zenann. mission work. TI19 young lacly took her departure last week, and; was testimouialised by the people of. Be...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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A Singular Disqualification. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN NEWS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

A Singular Disqualification. [TO THE EDITOll OP THE SHOALHAVEN -'EWS.] Sir,— I am told that some time ago the collective wisdom of the Shoalhaven Agri cultural' Society, :it the -request of the Minister of Agriculture, undertook the nomination of persons resident in this dis trint; whom thev' deemed : Qualified for re: commendation ?? to' the Department as National Show judges. A list of such gentlemen was forwarded to the Minister and also made public through tho local press' 'Ono gentleman, 'who is'acknbw edged to be olio of the best blood horse judges we have amongst ug.in-facf one of the best to be -found. /in the colony, was suggested ; but it was thought advisable not to include him in the recommendations because hecouid. not writ?. Is any comment needed. Mr.' Editor? What would the Minister of Agriculture sa^ i thiB'ridicu Ioub ground of' disquaUfipatiqn were made known' to Ijim.' ? Supposing the tabooed pBrson was an important Urown witness in a court case, whatju'diciary da...

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Commercial. F. L. BARKER AND CO., CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

Commercial F. L. BAEKEB AND CO., CIRCULAR QTJAY, SYDNEY, KEPORT. Tliden. — Market firm for all descriptions, prime extra heavies realizing 2Jd to 3d ; Ordinary heavies. 2|d to 2jjd : sloppy and ill-conditioned, 2ijd to 2£d ; medium weights, 2|d to 2^d ; best light, 2id to 2f d ; ordinary, 2£d b, 2|d per Ib. Calves. — The supply is still ample for requirements, consequently prices during the past week have had very little chance at improving. Four to C months old venlers realized from 30a to 45s per head, l-'igs have been forward iu very small numbers since my last report, so that the market has had an opportunity of again hardening. Best porkers made 5d per lb ; other sortts, 4d to 4-id ; bacon sorts, firm at 3£d per lb. Sheepskins. — Market for full fleeced skins and butchers' pelts maintained late prices, but other sorts wore lower. Quo tations : Best full fleece skins, 4d to 5|d ; second, 3d to 3|d. Butchers' grcenskins : tops, 57s to 05s ; firsts, 49s to 53s ; seconds and pelts,...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Nowra Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

ITowxa Rifle pint. FpVJowing is the Handicap for ptize shooting- Wednesday he*t,'25Ch Nov. :-i ; 'Napier, W. Armstrong, F. Taylor, J. U!' Arthur, -Capt.- Marriott, scratch; J; Evison, S. Blow, 4 ; ?* Stanley, B ; T. R. Peak,' Jf Flannory, J.. Watts, 7 ? G. Lee1, 8 ; J. Blow,- P. ' Horgan, W. WaUord, R. Patt-ersbn,' 10 ; 1. Scotchmer, 11 ; A Pnrson,' .L Hodgkinson', J. Graham, P. Mohaghan, H, Knight, 12 ; J. M'Grath, 14;'Wr'Clo«se, J.' Gibson, 15 ;'K: De Mestre, B. Joseph, A. S. Turner, W. J. Miller, J:VH. Nesbitt, J. E. Bond; G. S, Roberts, E. O. 'Hewlett, John M'Lean, R.TJ: Thorburn, 18'i:M. F.'Mortari, 22 5 J. Harper, 25 ; O; Blacker, 12; F. W. , Flatt, 27. ; Q. 3. B. Watson, 30: ? ? ? (*') Assumed names.

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What the Cable Says LONDON, Nov. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 21 November 1891

What the Cable'Says LosnoN, Nov. 17. A Russian journal declares that Ger many is preparing to strike while the lat ter is in the throes of. famine. Owing to rumours of,, a coming war in Europe, the Mussulmans are leaving tlio Debrudscha in thousands.' ' ' '' ' The Spanish Government, with a view, to retrenchment, intend to disband a portion 'of the standing army. ' ' ' ' The epidemic of influenza is spreading, extensively in' the city of ' Edinburgh, and several deaths' have occurred. Tho German Budget shows tho largo deficit of nearly £8,000,000. Their Dibbs proposes to cover tho deficiency by tho issue of loans. Five thousand more colliers have struck in 'the north of France. Several conflicts have taken place between the gendarmes and the strikers. Prince George of 'Wales became infected with enteric fever in the Dublin Barracks, while on a visit to his brother, the Duke .of Clarence.' ' ' It is officially announced that it will be impossible to continue the work in connect tion ...

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