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  2. NEWS BY THE MAIL, VIA SUEZ.

    Th[?] mails per R. M. S. Malwa, via Suez, were delivered in Sydney yesterday morning, one day in advance of due date. The English mails were mape up in London on March 26. ...

    Article : 41 words
  3. ELECTION RIOTS.

    A mob of roughs broke into the committee-rooms of Mr. Richardson, the Home Rule candidate for county Armagh, at the Town-hall, Portadown, put out all the lights, seized four of Mr. Richardson's prominent supporters, and with ...

    Article : 337 words
  4. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

    At the present moment the British Isles are without either Queen or Parliament. Her Majesty has gone to Baden and Darmstadt, to see her relations, and to visit the tomb of her daughter; and Parliament was ...

    Article : 4,052 words
  5. MR. GLADSTONE AND AUSTRIA.

    Mr. Gladstone made a violent attack upon Austria declaring that she had always been on the side of oppression and abuse, that there was no spot in the world where a man can say, "Here Austria has done 'good,' "and that the ...

    Article : 336 words
  6. ACCIDENT TO AN ITALIAN IRONCLAD.

    One of the hundred-ton guns on board the Duilio burst during the firing practice on March 6, and the inner steel bore was shattered. Two officers and seven men were wounded, but nobody was killed. The turret was slightly ...

    Article : 175 words
  7. THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

    The Oxford and Cambridge boatrace has been held under circumstances never before realised since it became an institution. The day fixed for the contest was Saturday, March 20. The morning was fine but very foggy, the ...

    Article : 256 words
  8. MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES.

    Sir,—In the beautiful story of "The Talisman," Sir Walter Scott describes an adventure in one of the deserts of the East, where the "Knight of the Leopard" suddenly found himself beset by a splendidly-mounted Saracen, who ...

    Article : 697 words
  9. THE AURORA CASE.

    BURNS V. NOWELL,—This case, which came before the Supreme Court of Appeal at Westminster on March 16, turned upon the construction of the provisions of the Kidnapping Act, 1872, and a still larger and far more important ...

    Article : 834 words
  10. We take the following extracts from our English, files to the 26th March:— THE QUEEN'S DRAWING-ROOM.

    On March 12 her Majesty held a Drawingr-room at Buckingham Palace, at which their Roval Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Boatrice, the Dake and Duchess of Connaught and Strathearne, Princess ...

    Article : 215 words
  11. AUSTRALIAN MEAT.

    The Home News says:—Enterprising Transatlantic meat-shippers appear to be a little taken aback by the success of the Strathleven experiment. Hitherto they have had nearly a monopoly of the trade, and have certainly ...

    Article : 286 words
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  13. COLONIAL POLICY.

    The Morning Post observes that in the issue that has been placed before the country at the general election it is impossible that the relations between the United Kingdom and the colonies should be lost sight of. It might be difficult to ...

    Article : 214 words
  14. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The European Mail of March 26 says:—Having noticed in one of the Cape papers that the Prince of Wales was to be invited to look in upon the Cape Colony on his way to Australia, it may be of interest to our readers to know we ...

    Article : 1,022 words
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