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  2. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. VIA SAN FRANCISCO.

    The Pacific Mau steamship Zealandia arrived in Port Jackson late on Monday night, and her mails were delivered in Sydney yesterday morning. She brings intelligence from ...

    Article : 48 words
  3. RUSSIA.

    In celebration of the signature of the definitive treaty of peace a parade, followed by a thanksgiving service, was held on Sunday in the Winter Palace. The force paraded consisted exclusively of representative corps of the Guard ...

    Article : 486 words
  4. THE DISTRESS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

    It is now universally admitted that an industrial and commercial crisis of unparalleled severity is passing over Great Britain, the end of which is not even looming in the future. That it will lead to a modification of the ...

    Article : 623 words
  5. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

    The dullness of Parliament is unparalleled. The very opening hours of the session are like those last and terrible days when the dog-star rages. The benches are empty, the speeches few and trifling, and things ...

    Article : 2,920 words
  6. THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD.

    The form which William Elliott, of Blyth, displayed in Monday's race has once more drawn attention to the fact that the highest aquatic title, the Championship of the World, still remains with Edward Trickett, of Sydney, ...

    Article : 502 words
  7. GERMANY.

    On the 19th February the German Parliament discussed the quostion which has arisen respecting the right to arrest Herr Fritzsche and another Socialist deputy who have returned to Berlin in consequence of the assembling of the ...

    Article : 423 words
  8. VISIT OF THE EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA TO IRELAND.

    Her Imperial Majesty the Empress of Austria (travelling as the Countess of Hohenembs) arrived at Dover on February 21, and proceeded at once to Holyhead, where she arrived at 9 p.m., and at once proceeded on board the ...

    Article : 283 words
  9. EXECUTION OF PEACE.

    On the 25th February this notorious burglar and murderer was hanged at Annley gaol. At 20 minutes to 8 the members of the Press and those provided with passes were admitted within the gaol walls, and, after ...

    Article : 861 words
  10. PROTECTIVE TARIFFS.

    On the 14th February M. Grevy received a deputation from the Association of French Manufacturers, who laid a statement before him declaring that the manufacturing interest is in a most critical position, and calling upon him to ...

    Article : 283 words
  11. PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON.

    The Prince left for Natal on the 27th February, having obtained leave to go with the troops to the seat of war in Zulu. He will probably be attached to the Staff of Engineers. The Bonapartist papers publish the following letter ...

    Article : 542 words
  12. CENTENARY OF CAPTAIN COOK.

    On the 14th of February the centenary of Captain Cook was celebrated by the French Geographical Society at their fine new building, on the Boulevard St. Germain. The walls were hung with maps and views of Hawaii, and in ...

    Article : 121 words
  13. TROOPS FOR THE CAPE.

    The 91st Highlanders and the 60th Rifles were the first of the reinforcements for Zululand to leave this country, and the greatest enthusiasm was manifested on February 19, at the ports of their embarkation. The 91st, ...

    Article : 361 words
  14. OPENING OF THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Dominion Parliament was opened at Ottawa on 14th February by the Marquis of Lorne, who, accompanied by, her Royal Highness the Princess Louise, occupied the Throne. His Lordship, in his opening speech, expressed ...

    Article : 426 words
  15. THE EASTERN QUESTION.

    The commission for the delimitation of the TurcoHellenic frontier decided to sign a Protocol stating that the negotiations were broken off, the Turkish Commissioners refusing to negotiate on the basis of the Treaty of Berlin. ...

    Article : 412 words
  16. FRANCE.

    M. Grevy received the bureaux, of the Paris Municipal Council and the Council General of the Seine. Replying to an address he said that, as long as he was President, he would cause the Republic to be respected, but much ...

    Article : 421 words
  17. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF ENGLAND.

    This great event took place on the Tyne on the 17th February. The report below is abridged from Bell's Life in London, of the 22nd of that month. The stakes were £200 aside, and the contest was for the Championship of ...

    Article : 631 words
  18. SERIOUS RIOTS IN EGYPT.

    On the 18th February, at Cairo, the official residences of the President of the Council of Ministers and the Minister of Finance were surrounded by a number of disbandted officers demanding the arrears of pay due to them. Nuba[?] ...

    Article : 607 words
  19. OPENING OF THE BULGARIAN ASSEMBLY.

    On the 22nd February the Bulgarian Notables assembled, in the Old Turkish Konak at 10 o'clock. The hall was plentifully decked with flags, the new Bulgarian colours, white green, and red being conscpicuous. At half-past 10 ...

    Article : 905 words
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