THE above plan may assist our readers to understand the conditions under which the first blow in the war—if it is to break out—will be struck. The range which runs along the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,158 words
THE Marquis of Hartington, Secretary of State for War, stated in the House of Commons last night that the reply of the Russian Government to Lord Granville's despatch ...Article : 257 words
SIR,—I observe that the Commissioners in Queensland for the Colonial and Indian Exhibition to be held in London in May, 1886, have issued, through their secretaries, an ...Article : 1,798 words
A MEETING of the operative house-painters and decoratots employed in Brisbane was held last night to consider the somewhat strained relations at present existing between them and ...Article : 1,604 words
BUT little of interest has taken place to-day, the men being engaged chiefly in settling down into their quarters and attending the ordinary routine drills. To-day's experience only ...Article : 881 words
THERE is a gleam of hope in the London telegrams this morning. The Daily News has told its readers that the long-delayed message from St. Petetsburg is of a ...Article : 4,522 words
A WELL-FOUNDED rumour was current last night that one of the channels leading into Sydney harbour is to be blocked by means of torpedoes. It was also understood that a ...Article : 1,078 words
THE Daily News to-day publishes a telegram stating that the reply of the Russian Government to Earl Glanville's communication of the 16th instant is now on its way to England. ...Article : 970 words
TELEGRAPHING from Aden on Thursday last the special correspondent of the S. M. Herald says:- The passage has been a most enjoyable one, ...Article : 739 words
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