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  2. NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ.

    The English mail per R.M.S. Chimborazo was delivered from the General Post Office at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. ...

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  3. INTERESTING DISCOVERY AT GIBRALTAR.

    A Reuter's telegram from Gibraltar says:—"A diver engaged in diving operations off the coast opposite Gibraltar, under Apon Hill, with the object of ascertaining the where abouts ot a recent wreck, has discovered at the bottom from ...

    Article : 107 words
  4. OUR LONDON LETTER.

    We have not yet had our Ministerial statement upon Egypt, for on Monday last Mr. Gladstone announced that it would be postponed to that day week, when ha would announce the result of the ...

    Article : 2,970 words
  5. THE MONTE CARLO SCANDAL.

    The Paris correspondent of the Times writes:—"The Senatorial Committee on Petitions, comprising such eminent men as MM. de St. Vollier, Albert Grevy, de Pressense Polletnn, and Scholcher, has unanimously decided on ...

    Article : 171 words
  6. THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.

    The Republique Francaise, in an article on the Egyptian question protists against any reduction of the interest on the Unified Debt. which it consideis cannot be reduced unless moral guarantees and material compensation be ...

    Article : 594 words
  7. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ, AT ALBANY.

    The P. and O. Company's R.M.S.Ballaarat, Captain Tomlin, arrived, from Colombo late last night with the following pussengers:- For SYDNEY: Mr, and Mrs. Provost, Mr. and Mrs. ...

    Article : 158 words
  8. THE DYNAMITERS IN PARIS.

    The following extract is taken from a letter received by an Irish gentleman who sympathises with the Nationalists, from a member of the Clan-na-Gael in Paris:—" Serious efforts are being made to amalgamate into one body the ...

    Article : 301 words
  9. GENERAL SUMMARY.

    Four thousand regular Chinese troops interchanged with artillery at Lang Sou in defiance of the treaty of May 11 requiring them to evacuate the place. They attacked on June 23 and the following day a col[?] ...

    Article : 553 words
  10. THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.

    June 18 being the anniversary of the battle of Waterloo, which was fought on June 18,1815, the oustom of decking the colours with laurel was observed in those regiments of the British Army which took part in the memorable ...

    Article : 170 words
  11. BELGIUM.

    M. Malon has formed a Catholic Cabinet and submitted its composition to the King. M. Malou is to be Minister of Finsnce; M. Moreau d'Anday, Minister of Foreign Affairs; M. Beer[?], Minister of Commerce; M. van den ...

    Article : 100 words
  12. TAWHIAO.

    The Mann King, with his attendant chiefs, has been much about London. They visited Westminster and were conducted over the Houses of Parliament by Mr. Gorst. M. P. The King was greatly delighted with teh grandeur of the ...

    Article : 278 words
  13. KIDNAPPING IN THE SOUTH SEAS.

    In the House of Commons, on June 16, Mr. J. Redmond asked the Undir-Serretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention had been called to the trial in Brisbane, Queensland, of teh master and crew of the labour schooner ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  14. DYNAMITE IN THE AIR.

    An Irish Extremist living in the Quartier Latin contemplates the commission of further outrages in england by means of balloons. He confidently hopes to be able to pass over and throw dynamite or other explosive substances upon ...

    Article : 173 words
  15. FEDERATION.

    A resident of Melbourne writes to the Fall Mall Gazette on May 2 (his letter appearing in that journal on June 17):—"Mr Service did not fail to bring the aubject of federation before the trades delegates. His ambition is that ...

    Article : 497 words
  16. THE LATE CANON STEPHEN.

    Sir,—I think but few of your readers who know anything of the leading, social, and philanthropic movements in the metropolis for the last 25 or 30 years, will be slow to admit that, in the lamented death of Canon Stephon, Sydney has ...

    Article : 327 words
  17. TYPHOID.

    Sir,—Why do not Frederick M. Smith, M.D., [?] "Health" attack typhoid instead of me[?] Is it rank [?] for a humble querist to doubt the unsound conclusions of a nameless correspondent, and to ask fro authoritative advice ...

    Article : 292 words
  18. THE VATICAN AND ENGLISH FREEMASONRY.

    The Moniteur de Rome publishes a leading article entitled "Leo XIII. and the English Freemasons." in which, under the pretence of answering Lord Carnarvon's dignified protest against tee Pope's En[?]lical, it reaffirms all those ...

    Article : 368 words
  19. THE RECIDIVISTE QUESTION.

    The report of the Senatorial Commission on the Recidiviste Bill is not yet published, but the proximity of the debate in the Senato is arousing a spirit of inquiry into the measure, which may exercise a very ...

    Article : 1,782 words
  20. SAMOA.

    Mr. J. Redmond in the House of Commons asked the Under-Secretary of Slate for the Colonies whether any, and if so what, decision has been arrived at by the Government with regard to the allotted seizure and sale by Movers. W. ...

    Article : 103 words
  21. ENGLAND'S EXPANSION.

    Professor Seeley (says the Home News), in two masterly lectures on the Expansion of England, truly save that the development of the Grout Britain beyoud the seas is a far more remarkable ovent than the growth in power of the ...

    Article : 266 words
  22. ALLEGED PLOT TO MURDER THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY.

    The Berlin Tageblatt gives circumstantial account of an alleged plot to murder the Emperor during his stay at Wiesbaden It is stated that a woman has been arrested at Elberfeld with a quantity of explosive substance in her ...

    Article : 138 words
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