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Brief (Newspaper) - October 17, 1879, London, Middlesex RIE WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE WEEK'S NEWS 3 3 fin Epitome of the Press for the Home Circle, Travellers, & Residents Abroad. "Therefore,-since brevity is the soul of wit . . . I will be brief."-Shakespeare. . Vol. IV.-No. 103. 1 Registered at the &.P.O. at a NewBpaper.A FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1879. CPrice Twopence. By post, 2\d. THE HOLBORN RESTAURANT, 218, HIGH HOLBORN. ONE QF THE SIGHTS AND ONE OF THE COMFORTS OF LONDON. Dinners and Luncheons from Daily Bill of Fare. The Famous Table d'Hote, at Separate Tables, Every Evening, In the GRAND SALON, the PRrNCE'S SALON, and the DUKE'S SALON. Prom 6.30 to 8.30, 3s. 6d. INCLUDING- TWO 80tJP8, TWO KINDS OP FISH, TWO ENTREES, JOINT*, SWEETS, CHEESE (IN VARIETY), SALAD. &c, WITH ICES AND DESSERT. This favourite Dinner is accompanied by a Selection of high class Instrumental Music by a newly selected Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Augustus L. Tamplin. flir Anthony Musgrave says, " I do not wish for better _. Cigars." THE CIGARS OF THE FUTURE. GENUINE XAYMACA CIGARS. Grown by skilled Cuban Planters from the Choioest Havanna Seed in the Virgin Soil of Xaymaca-the richest in the world-requiring no Fertilizers or Artificial Stimulants. The result is a Cigar of fine flavour, which can be smoked with impunity, and to any extent, without ill effeetB, and of a quality equal to the Real Havanna sold at about double the prices. Highly commended by The Times, Court Circular, Mayfavr, Truth, Snorfahan, Brief, Ac, &c.: and by many of our leading Judges and Army and ITavy Officers. Price 18s. to 54s. per 100 (duty paid). A Sample Box containing seven selected sizes free by post on receipt of 2s. 6d. in stamp3, or P.O. order. Consigned direct from the Plantations to T. K . BE L LIS, 72, JEFFREY'S SQUARE, ST. MARY AXE, LONDON, E.G. Xf.B.-Great injury is done to these fine cigars by imitations made in London, $e., and sold as Jamaica. The only genuine cigars are branded T. K. BELLIS on every boxm Stokes on Memory.- Memory Extraordinary by Correspondence. Particulars post free of Mr. W11. Stokes, Teacher of Memory, of the Royal Polytechnic Institution. Residence, 15, Margaret St., Cavendish Square, London, W. Private Lessons by appointment. Class on Tuesdays at 3 and 8.30. " Stokes on Memory," 14 stamps. "Memory Globe," " Rapid Writing." "Rapid Musio," and "Rapid Drawing," 14 stamps [eaJjljypoBt free. Seven prize medals awarded. (ioodall's Household ^ SPECIALITIES. GOODALL'S YORKSHIRE RELISH.-The moat delicious SAUCE in the World.-This Cheap and exoellent Sauce makes the plainest viands palatable, and the daintiest dishes more delicious; and to chops, steaks, fish, soup, &o., it is incomparable. Sold by Grocers, Oilmen, Chemists, &o.> in bottles, (3d., Is., and 2s. each. Prepared by GOOD ALL, BACKHOUSE, & Co., Leeds. ' OOD ALL'S BAKING POWDER.- THE BEST IN THE WORLD.-The Cheapest, beoause the Best, and indispensable to every household, and an inestimable boon to housewives. Makes delicious Puddings without Eggs, Pastry without Butter, and beautiful Light Bread without Yeast. Sold by Grocers, Oilmen, &c, in Id. Paokets; 6d., la., 2s., and 6s. Tins. Prepared by GOODALL, BACKHOUSE, & Co., Leeds._' aOODALI/S QUININE WINE.-The Best, Cheapest, and most Agreeable Tonio yet introduced. The Best Remedy known for Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, General Debility, Tic, &o.; Restores delicate Individuals to Health and Vigour. Sold by Chemists, Grocers, Oilmen, &c, at Is., Is. l%d., 2s., and 2a. 3d per bottle. Prepared by GOODALL, BACKH0U8B, & Co., Leeds. /^.OODALL'S CU8TARD POWDER.-For vX making delicious Custards without eggs, in less time and at half the price. Unequalled for the purposes intended. Will give the utmost satisfaction if the instructions given are implicitly followed. The proprietors entertain the greatest confidence in the article, and can recommend it to housekeepers generally as a useful agent in the preparation of a good CuBtard. Give it a trial. Sold in boxes, 6d. and' Is. each, by Grocers, Chemists, Italian WarehonBemen, &o. shippers and the Trade supplied by the 8ole Proprietors, GOODALL, BACKHOUSE, & Co., Whitehorae Street, Leeds. it VOWEL 5> WASHING MACHINERY. Wringers. Mangles. Drying Closets. Laundry Stoves. Table Cloth Presses. Sewing Machines. " Whitson'Mce Safes. " Midfeather " Churns. " Declivity " Churns. Butter Workers. " Slicer " Bone Mills. " Master " Boot Cleaner. WaUring Stick Telescope. "Steady Boy"CaskStanda And every requisite for the House, Garden, Dairy, or Laundry. Illustrated Catalogue Free by Post. T. BRADFORD & CO., 140 to 143, High Holborn, London, and at Liverpool, Salford, and Manchester. OSLER'S TABLE GLASS, CHANDELIERS in CRYSTAL, BRONZE, and ORMOLU. MINTON'S and WORCESTER PORCELAIN and STONE CHINA. Duplex and other Lamps fitted with Patent Extinguisher. Mess, Export, and Furnishing Ordew, promptly executed. Birmingham-Manufactory and Show Rooms, Broad-street. London-Show Rooms, 45, Oxford-street, W. . ESTABLISHED 1807. WHITEFRIATtS GLASS ISRTOBKS, TEM2I.E STKEET, LOHBOW, E.C. JLAMES POWELL X SONS. TABLE GLAS3, Chandeliers, and Mirrors. STAINED GLASS and Stamped Quarry Glass. MOSAICS and WALL PAINTING, in the new Opus Seotile. SANITAS DISINFECTING FLUIDS, POWDERS, AND SOAPS, Are used by more than 200 Sanitary Authorities. SAN ITA S is non-poisonous; Gives no Sta^^iiiii<^,is. .,^0a^A/^'l'^',l^M/. ' To be had of all Chemists, and of THE SANITAS COMPANY (LIMITED), Three Colt Lane, Bethnal Green, E. MUSIC. UNIVERSAL MUSIC. CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD. IWILL pay �5 to any person, not blind, and in full possepsion of their faoo.lties, who fails to play a Piano or Harmonium by my system IMMEDIATELY, without the SLIGHTEST KNOWLEDGE OF MUSIC or of the INSTRUMENT itself. Full Instructions Post-free for 12 Stamps. F. 0ALDER, TOTTERDOWN, BRISTOL. COLOURED SCRAPS, BELIEF SCRAPS, TRANSFER PICTURES, PHOTOS, OLEOGRAPHS, OXFORD & GILT FRAMES. For Prices see Advertisement, Page VII. "Royal Polytechnic.- A V 0 U RRIED PRAWM S, written by F. O. Btonand, introducing the New and Marvellous Illusion METEMPSYCHOSIS, given daily at 4 and 9, by Mr. Gbobgh BuoKtAini.-FLASHING SIGNALS and the HELIOGRAPH, by Mr. j. L. Kino.-POPOEAR SKHTOH LECTURES on NATURAL HISTORY, by Rev J. G. Wood, M.A., F.L.8:, Ac.-THE ZULU WAR. by Mr. W. B. Mat.-OAVE8 AND CREVICES, a Geological L�oture, by Mr. T. 0. Hbpwobth.-T HE WATCH AND IT8 HISTORY, by Mr. A. J. Oabtbb.-STOKES on MEMO BY, &o., &o. Admission to the whole, Is. Open 12 till 5, and 7 till 10. J]agle Insurance Company. Established 1807. (Fob Lrvss ohxy). No. 79, PALL MALL, LONDON, S.W. GEORGE RUSSELL, Esq., Chairman. CHAS. JELLICOE, Esq., F.R.G.8., Deputy.Chairman. Thos. Allen, Esq. Charles Bischoff, Esq. Thomas Boddington, Esq. .The Right Hon. Sir James Fergusson, Bt., K.C.M.G. The Hon. Thomas F. Fre- mantle, M.P. Wm. A. Guy, M.B., F.R.9. Ralph Ludlow Lopes, Esq. Henry Paull, Esq. Sir Phillip Rose, Bart. Actuary If Sec-GEORGE HUMPHREYS, Esq., M.A. Accumulated Funds.............:...................�3,068,214 With a Share Capital of upwards of......... 1,600,000 Imperial Fire Insurance COMPANY. Established 1803.. 1, Old Broad Street, E.G., and 16 and 17, Pall Mall, S.W. CAPITAL, �1,600,000. PAID UP AND INVESTED, �700,030. Insurances against Fire on Property in all parts of the world at moderate rates of premium. Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Claims. Policies falling due at Midsummer should be renewed before July 9, or the same will become void. E. COZEN8 SMITH, General Manager. Civilians and OFFICERS proceeding abroad can effect assurances and loans' in connexion therewith, on moderate terms, with the' STANDARD. LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, by applying at the. office*of Company in London, Edinburgh, or Dublin. H. JONES WILLIAMS, Gen. Seo. for England, 82, King William-Btreetj_E.O. JOHN O'HAGAJN, Res. Seo., 3, Pall-mall East. Edinburgh, 3 & 5, George-street; Dublin, 66, Upper Sachville-Btreet. London Chartered Bank of AUSTRALIA (incorporated by Royal Charter) Paid-up Capital, One Million. LETTERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS granted on the Bank's branohes in Victoria and New South Wales. Bills negotiated and collected. Deposits for fixed periods accepted at agreed rates of interest. Apply at the London offices, No. 88, Cannon-street, E.C. _ CHARLES GUTHRIE, Secretary. Print and Paper.-Wyman & SON87 Print NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS, PAMPHLETS,' CATALOGUES, PRICE LI8T8, SHOW-CARDS' and ev�ry description of Commercial Letterpress ana Lithographio Work in the Best style, and at moderate charges. A large assortment of Stationery and Office requirements. 74, 75, & 81, Gbbat Qubbh Stbbet Londoit, W.C. Pianofortes, �19.10s. AMERICAN ORGANS, JB9. 5s. HARMONIUMS, .�5. 15s. Perfection in tone and touch, Workmanship Warranted. Our high-class instruments supplied to the Public AT WHOLESALE CO-OPERATIVE PRICES 20 PER CENT. DI8COUNT FOR CASH. Before you decide on purchasing, write for desoriptive Price Lists and Testimonials to G. Linexbad, Manager, OOBDEN PIANOFORTE COMPANY, 18, BVERBHOLT BT., CAMDEN TOWN, LONDON, A London PUBLISHING FIRM are prepared to estimste for the entire production (Printine, Publishing, Advertising, Binding, &o.) of BOOK8, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, &o. Address-ALPHA. S. Crawton, 49, Holloway-road, London. T.awn Tennis. - Jefferies & CO. beg to call attention to their large and superior STOCK of CRICKETING and LAWN TENN.IS MATERIAL, especially to their new Regulation-covered Balls, weight ana size in accordance with the hew M.O.O. and A..E.O. and L.T.O. rules. Also to their registered �' University" and "Windsor" Lawn TenuiB Shoes, their sets of Lawn Tennis, with polished press, and net and balls of regulation Bize as required by the new roles, and their " Champion" Lawn Tennis Bats, as used at the great tournamen'S. " Hint9 on Lawn TenniB," with latest rules, by Julian Marshall, author of " Annals of Tennis," price Is. Id., post-free. Price-Lists on application, l, Lowbb Wood. Stbbbt, Woolwich.
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