J. F. Jackson, v. Mrs. Coller. Mr. G. Hall stated that Mrs. Coller had written him a letter In which she explained that the child had been ill several weeks. Second ...Article : 305 words
Present—The president (Cr Cookson), and Crs. Lamont, Payne, Sampson and Wheeler, The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ...Article : 1,579 words
Reuter's cablegram from Calcutta state that the rejoicings in honor of Her Majesty's Jubilee were held throughout the Indian Empire on Wednesday. ...Article : 81 words
A special telegram in a recent issue of the "Standard" announced the fact that tenders for the construction of the railway from Yea to Cathkin and thence to the ...Article : 2,517 words
The Emperor William is suffering from a severe attack of influenza. ...Article : 17 words
Prince Hohenlohe, Governor-General of Alsace and Lorraine, has issued a manifesto appealing to the electors in those provinces to return members to the Reichstag who ...Article : 2,507 words
Sir,—I am very glad your able correspondent, "Balaam," has turned his caustic pen to the exposure of a very present evil in our midst. The method of appointing Justices of ...Article : 330 words
"Experiences in the Now Hebrides, and observations among the Kanakas in Queensland, is the title of a series 6f lectures that were commenced in the Alexandra Presbyterian Church ...Article : 789 words
The committee of the above met on Saturday last, there being present—Messrs. Lamont (President), P. Dunn, and A. Dobson (Vice- Presidents), J. Coghill, J. Dunn, H. Fox,. W. ...Article : 1,700 words
News must be extremely scarce, when your own" in the metropolis has to commence his letter with a disquisition on the old stock topic "the weather." But it has been the only sub ...Article : 831 words
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