LONDON, March 26.—It is understood that if the International Labor Conference at present sitting in Berlin should adopt the whole programme advised ...Article : 717 words
LONDON, March 26.—The select committee appointed to consider the provisions of the bill for granting constitutional Government to West Australia, met again to-day, ...Article : 740 words
LONDON, March 26.—The election to fill the vacancy in the Parliamentary representation of the Ayr Burghs (Oban, Irvine, Campbelltown, Ayer, and Inverary) caused ...Article : 266 words
LONDON, March 28.—A disastrous cyclone has occurred in the United States. Its worst effects were felt in the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Illinois, where ...Article : 527 words
LONDON, April 1.—Mr. Hermiker Heaton, M.P., has had two most important interviews with Mr. Goschen, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, upon the question of ...Article : 69 words
PARIS, March 26.—Her Majesty Queen Victoria landed at Cherbourg yesterday evening, and immediately afterward started for Aix-les-Bains, where her ...Article : 893 words
LONDON, March 27.—The Irish Land Purchase Bill introduced by Mr. Balfour, Chief, Secretary, for Ireland, in the House of Commons yesterday, and under which ...Article : 249 words
LONDON, March 30.—Prodigious efforts have been and are still being made to avoid another great scandal in high life by inducing the wife of a prominent member of ...Article : 127 words
LONDON, April l.—During a riot at Eton College yesterday a number of the collegians, led by a young nobleman, crossed the bridge over the Thames into Windsor, ...Article : 47 words
LONDON, April 1.—The new telegraph cable to be laid between Madras and Penang, has been snipped[?] ...Article : 21 words
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