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   Echo (Newspaper) - July 27, 1900, London, Middlesex                                I THE JULY COVENT ROYAL OT ru at DON TANiNHAliSKlt Umnfflce open 10 till T JVAST TWO THK MliKUHANT OF IKV1NG j Miss TBIIBY at S precisely Nleht of the NANCJK TUB MKKCMANX Of Act at 1HB PIKATKS OF bv Gilbert tiid THE MATIN KB KVKUY at Uoxoflice 9 ta 11 UOsur GAIETY and GliUKUti NIUHT TOA OJtliOW at open a nuisiril entitled THE MKS SEflGKll open daily torn lOMll i and Still 10 Theatre will le for the Summer Vacation after TOMOttliOW iSntiirdivy Due notice will Sole Pro rtflar GHOKOB at M AllNJiJiKVJiUX SAlUKUAX Jiiuical Uuxofiioe ID till AVENUE At A MES6AUK FliOM CHAKLKS HAVVIiiKl as Horace 1rtcedcd at 8 by His W IKKS MATIMKK bVliKX at CHAKlKS FHOUMAJld pre i Il in David lielasitjs GET ON THE IDEA I am going to put a sentence right under this and I hope the printer will set this lower one in italic BO it will show up clear and Here it fifth and sixth lines in a womans After every meal for eighteen years had pain all over my and a horrible gnawing at the pit of the read that over halfadozen times not BO forward the Ministers cannot tscape if wi iu spite of Li 8 they KTO There is good hope that the threatened strike on Great Railway may bo averted through the friendly and in formal mediation the editor of the STAGE ON MUSICAL Glance down the advertisement columns and you will discover that just eight West end theatres propose braving the and keeping open door through sultry A second look will show you that four of it the Savoy is in are houses devoted to musical it into your It i8 an Daily not for the first The conclusion to be drawn time in disputes of this has such data is so obvious that it succeeded in bringing the opposing Ihe terms of accepted contemplated tenancy of the by the Directors and by the Amulga There is but one great and universally mated Society of Railway Servants as popular theatrical amusement the basis of a conference to he held in a is kind of which thte ppalling i few Provide that the mens dele The City gates shall be elected in full and open the holidaymaking the Even if the ladys memory mcetina t minimum num enterprising folk from the the e ne minimum num A QUITE WELLDANGER Canton Correspondent of the Daily wiring on the 24th via lipng PARLIAMENT YESTERDAT STOCK EXCHANGE AND CITY HOUSE OF The Speaker took the Chair at seven minutes past THE NOETH LONDON DIVIDEND Alfnp rmnrvncr fiia f 36 says that special couriers m answer to far the North London 1ms who have at the Yamen of to Chtal maintaining ite Viceroy TakSu bring reports it there had been provided at the old rate of per iiu the previous mes wnich were fully under the i Three justify the ina declare be true confirm the previous mes sages asserting that the foreign Ministers are safe at HVLil The Viceroy will tomorrow issue a pro clamation to the resident Consul worded as one by BejnS purely another by the subjected to the rt and the 91 which make Maharajah Scindia of lu tne but as an investment serves its pLace at the head oi the ALMOST soldiers arrested i Replying to Captain i THE NORTH EASiERN witha i Wyaonam said thai there wasjio i The North Kasttrn ded as j d b the 1 have the honour to inform you that tu nnniTrorf u TH ftaaajTft fh On fact somewhat which we and in each hare no reason to still it is grade that the Company shall accept the the Gaiety and kuidred A close imprisonment for the as fully representative and Nor is what meat for London held to A F shall not supplement them in any way be poison by extraMetropohtan play Musical is the fare e e same period were easier to How b ofcher and th fc seventeen could she have survived itP Are there delegates who declined to meet the many such cases in England If it Directors before are not to be tion for many provincial goef3 Jg 10 to leletilione jerrard H A P TE S B U B Y THE is more important to relieve if we These terms commend themselves to can than to promote any of the social and the Esecntive of the a and political reforms people make 8o 5f much of a todo cf the men for purpose has been composer Leslie ait length My so the lady writes on for Sunday evening next at Strat gocfc a vein of it8 gorodora the 14th day of was U to At Dalys andThe Gaiety Edwaxdea the policy of conciliation now hnppily has continued his wise pclicy of acute indigestion and As a entered upon will receive any ing the customary and mutually distinct rule I could not rest by Ivine down in The brighter outlook will be cordially entertainments respectively assooiated i WLull Ll3 two v n Til ILL lows If I down T Mr now unpreParecl toput up with themore and the duller it i down I felt as if choking the iDConvenience of a great railway while in Tlie Messenger we interference with traffic armngeme ts found in G OTTEEK At A HOSK involve endless trouble lo the in successor of The But outside and habitants of but we are menaced about at New Patriotic the prospect of a strike for a as compared Varielies b War and and Doors EMPLftii ol they perceived what ailed and Another Umptre liew lidi ci tie popular bound the JCowii did what in them lay for her relief VaiietitBby suffered still more from I had a great pain in the 1 so tired aud feeble I could scarcely a crisis n the coal the most cpmedv has been unhappy In tbis serious for many years which JPrinc of production at the condition my life general rise wages paricularly dis For many The poor woman consulted doctors to be and evevy i j cess which has al as anysane person no good offices is most conmanv gation to inquire alter the health atthe armei Wlth Oia Wustley lliciiards is able to pay on its and Martini rifles surrendered by the at the rateof 5f per which is rvni The Minister replied that all aud were without dlaxims or a sur J per below that for tha lirst half e and hoped for peace as early geOii anj hospital and only escaped last are aa by reason ot the ignorance On tlie following day a deputy from Ol tjie enemy as to the weapons with the i HOME tbe TsmigliYameii was sent to vwit the foICCt i Thfl npws of a possible and he meti all the foreign RAILWAY MENS ou the Great the u n rt rl and not one had been On his return he suggested that pro visions be sent them at and said that it would be well to transfer them under a special escort to Tientsin the In teply to a number of questions on declaration and and the the matter oi the Great Eastern Railway 7ally more favourable tone of the foreign Kitclue a letter which g effect Oi the Home he had addressed to the secretary of the Railway and since we last wrots 1 Amalgamated Society of Railway Ser Considerably the danger is now over in in which he said reading that and the Society we knew when we hinted in the nature Rails in tne nature to rwenne occonnt amonntto revenue accouni amount to TAK RTT JtXiX O j It is eminently proper to say that much ati of the proclamation must be taken rano foe t s thn folly lile nibC condition of any advice that to trust the Chinese officials hai nught offer in connection They rtgaid the Pe Dispute was mat any idea ot hghest attribute a Viceroy can cessation of work by the railway servants However TikSu corrohorates present Fhould be the Viceroy Li Hung Changs statements regard to the question in it was t0 not what ii should bo Many Chinese frankly declared that niade by the railway company to the ser nrn thetelesrrarus about the safety of the but how an between the Foreign Ministsrs at Pking received and their employees for a dis thj Viceroys Yuan Shi cussion of the at dispute be and are The chairman had expressed fre Some of the people at the Viceregal Ya UK willingness to receive deputations of with men Canton insinuate that the Minis their employees in but not col efforts ters have died of He was of that thia ej I The are as numerous Vvas a reasonable condition to by the four established theatres a3 they are Large sums of He had since had an interview with in i in Borneo a These show exceeded the on the i to be taken into vaiitiitB iy T A Artiiur j out to recognise a disease is one little Kloreuz Trouoeiaua Sjjarrow Uoora and quite ral artistic only to THE SHAHS trunuenui IJiai IUB DUUJ1U S11UU1U DrtIB INDIAS UITKBGAIIDBD NEED to patronise houses which aim at a fairl Lord The medical taS be derived by eiperienceond it is not either end cf tOie and wonderful that the public should prefer couriers from Pao ling Gcschen informed Sir Courley 1 the wire osteiisibly t wag not pmpoSed that there oa the occasion has been a net expenditure on capital of the and in including Mft Hamilton earned a tri high testhetic and adhere pretty for bh statement on tly toadehnite kind Amerirau Diograpb and btata at the Boxomce irom il till Charles men knew malarial fever before the dis the Indian Sir Henry Fowler ccverv of oninine and tvsoole suffered characterised it as a masterly speech To discuss the nature of the enfertain ccvery oi ana people suttered thog and meat provided wouW be surely at this time pain centuries before they learned how to Thfi storv which the dfly of date and altogether Mr Booker and ogether dull it with Knowledge of the State for indfcW to I nature of lie disease is of no practical fold was serious and painful delights as are possible of i that Li Chan aval in uhe absence of a remedy should have led up to a proposal for an But it may be worth while lo note the anA m ime aosence 01 a r ju imnrovements or nhoiiaes a vear has 1 1 au Protesibant and Roman Catholic mission aries have been massacred in Ki Yuan Fn and the LI HUNGCHANG of the The storv which the day litile out of date and altogether IdL HUB IT CHANG Stae for to un The playgoer and HONG Julv opium far Y of btate tor incua naa to un tfl manasers supplies Ug many gensual mer here has received telesrraii statins at MESSENGER Replying to Gibson is It happened at says Bon for the Belief of the changes a a r j f can visitors taugut Ug mat it was possioie r m P8618 Sir Henry Fowlers coming from to infuse a little morj vivacity into this R Cool The exactly like my own being cured by Mother one who can be relied upon to take a foim of both Florodova and I began to use The j l 7ll L OK DON W G IWICii AT 2 ASD tlie most bUrtliug and amazing that London HeiifelerS PLOMU1NG LKAU KKLS THB P10N Cbildrra under 12 halfprice to all parts Amphi theatre exceptrd at Matinees Private 1 to 4 guineas BoXOSice 10 to 1C MADAME TUSSAUD3 EXHIBI Bakerstreet CKIS1S IK Itmlistic portrait of TJie Emperor of The UowajjirEinpress of and Li Hung Uuen Horn CAFE Twice at 4 and The Wonderful Okube Gee Madame in ADoubtiul Jleiiry Moore W Music Exhibitioar Fireworks Fireworks 11 Display by Df BruJn and Touiorrow A WORD TO THE It J ou enjoy sniohing a Good why pay the high prices charged for decent smokes when you can get the Weekly Times and Echo Cigars ior Two pence These Cifears will give you every fcatisfae if jou have not yet smoked one you will at the and We liavetietirniinrd to break down the Imye monopoly in cigars bv offering the public a really good Uigur at a small We know it good and every smoker agrees uith No cabbageleaf or We invite you and Echo Cigar hesitation as to the brand in future MessengeT Boy have happily example set in The Belle of T UAU juuu w i orK On TIA itIQ resirit was wonderful I was better in a ChanceUor of the Excuequer and the te the charmTng few and in a short time I was well Secretary of There should be a signs of tho San and in a lower and What a pity I did not learn payment made by Great Britain to her tOj8et about Mother Seigels Syrup long great dependency to help her inthis and okSr employed the 1 said Sir lou At all fonr the TT u How different then would my hfe ay say Inda does not need it But brightf concerted piece seems taking the Here is the idea between your thumb of the which is not likely to go and are many medi unregarded with the mass of our C0ntrive a brisk but in consequence trymen at the present Bnt the the musical side there but Mother Seigeis Syrup is a The JULY HDNXWOHTHS Miss Comp and Doors open at DAILY TIPANDRU1M After Buffering a number of pinpricliing Lord lloberts has now made a definite The march forward clcim of India is a of justice not merely of sentiment and Though we may urge the unprecedented drain on the Imperial Exchequer as a fesfeon against making the we cannot free the nation from its respon sibility with respect to the most devas tating famineof the But Sir Michael HicksBeach says there is no money to There is money with out limit for wars of and some would say for wars of Is there none at all for the nations debts of honour is much tobe said for the idea which Edwardes is of return ing to the old style of A story which is qirte familiar to the ern Hunan is JAPS GAIN A VICTORY NORTHEAST OP July 26 via Shang is reported that on the 22nd a Japanese force succeeded in landing at and gained a great vic The Japanese Press is disquieted at the situation in and Korea argues that the Russian action in Manchuria en titles Japan to have a free hand in the prospective Korean ESCAPED IN A PRIESTS PERILOUS of the Post Office hd resulted not n a profit to the depart the balance of land sales and COAL In reply to questions by Harwood and Mr Firbank as to the from this country to foreign aval purposes said that r jj tO pif mere remains a credit balance of the export oi coal The cnrt a diTifen rate of 2 per per which will amount to its third reading in Bill wnich s tir the House cf Lords applied to coal as well as to other military In reply to General Bal four Baicl he had no accurate information ns regarded the grounds on wnicn tne GermBan Government had acted in regard to Canadian All the great ex and no retaliation e ADVICE TO All queries on financial subjects mostbs addressed to the City Echo They will be romptly answered in thu column free of You might take the profit You might average your little Chathams now if you can afford to wait for a Bon Main might be Gold j Trusts are a good I The people you mention are outside you would be well advised THE MURAVIFJF A RUSSIAN SPECIALTO THE A Russian gentleman well known in London and formerly acalieague has been caricatured warned him and can therefore be taken for i says that J and if that ii would r EUKOURS ABOUT Various rumours in circulation yester everv smoker ncreea with JSo tabDageieat or 7 ot tne lato nas ueen We invite you to trvtlie Weekly the fighting by the airy and mounted gving to an Echo representative nis and we have no infantry under French and Ilutton have view of tho mysterious death of Le your favourite of the recent the Tsars Foreign day House of These were promptly contradicted by bir Henry Campbelllianner mau himself in reply to an inquiry from one of the news and very effectively answered also by tbe loud cheers which greeted Henry from all quarters ot the Opposition benches when he rose in his place iu the House of they were revived ou the re port that a private meeting of Members ol tne front Opposition Bench had pen hdii after qucstious in House were disposed ntid had ueeu atteniied also f y 1 oiU lord anil Lord There is the Daiiy we may uothiug more that such consultations present and ot The WEEKLY TIKES ECHO CIGAR be obtained of sll entcrcnsinc tiolaccoiiiRts wv Sroughout the country i if j our local man cumiot seeing theirline of retreat for sensible he no ivasou whatever for upon jet them he does not know his Tell him broke and As thev It is now well known that tor such occurrences the winch were tkey usual precaution of dtuivag some time before his death Muravicif and of curiosity in the lobbies last iu in making a good il yon send us and we will send a box of post nill buy CASES GIVEW To every purchaser by post of a Box ot Cigars we nf Will GIVE FliBtl a HAMJSOMK LKAT11EU e ingthe telegraph wire to Mili an extent his Imperial master had not been the laboxofoo thlt we be kept for day or two on most corJial was ais SIEi tuuu YVC i covered by the Dowager Tsarina when he The Tuucs cleavogs in Lord Lootrts is exceedingly was u in ths Liberal party revealed by this cross I sparing of tie gives us no jjis mothers saggtstion Uio and lact ihat only 35 igth of younif Emperor transferred him to Peters bers ot the he ex the strena of the troops he is using where heeventually became tiie ouipie cf Sir Roury CainphellBunnermdn which WK have had apeiiallv made to bold nor Ot trie troops lie 13 using wue the Weekly Times aud Echo or we will jn pursuit butit is probable that stcoud man m he ot all Kne for this advance is in We n men the men the most of tend a containing free for Order i i o iu Make Cheques and Postal Orders to hear nothing more hesore Lord Kobtrts methcxls led io a coldness ie STBAM HEWSPAPKK and address all fa Ciaar Weekly Times and Clements Clements t 1 1 t Ml UiJ t v announces a victory at with tween protege aud treneral Lotha in full retreat upon as a political mid i With Ian Hamilton threatening his had beci anf success eve anu walkf d out when the d vision was is faicl to hav been tha principal of dhcuosiou at a ot PX Miniiters at the back ci tlie Chair fled to the Six other priests Father Stephano hid in the mountains Afterwards the he was not a and were4 frigkfened i1JQse at carrying a but ultimately they on promise of a a hazardous journey and many ad A LOST LETTER FEOM FIGHTING The of Nether Locha Maiestvs reced datd lllla tf AXUiXy i i J l i1 i J1 1 i from General Hector wiiu gives our great Dependency at the present that the plamtitt m an account of loss ota convey tcod To fiom the JohannePbarg which the General says my be lai ignorant at the door of the High tihe Brigade was atWinberg Soutfcar ard Sir Wedder and we were a join us at The i nr its deit for the benefit instead of going to Kreonstad Inoll 1 sA 11 by way ofVentersburg and L adley after queens At infor wllile detatclTedcompanies The iiiil which attended by ever Lord Lrcrd S r Henry most businesslike of the Building THE BUILDING JiVEBY PRICE I llrtl 1 JwlUllfcVlI j l t t PnoF Hwnpral wilt nhlp to do little the days of the Giajtoiurkith War Mr anu of the Chinese Henry rcpcrtjd more than retreat in a direct and e n days later we should licar of a njfnt at tjle in Belfast and an advance on where President Kruger now Botha is FOH KEAKLY FIFTY YBAHS THB BUILDING of rt HBWS has been tbe leading Architectural and no tactics of De et llts Building It has the Largest the Best plan is to hold Lord Itoberts at bay as i and the Most Hews U is read jonK M withdraw ing along the by all classesby Art Tuiags went until to have txprtssel Limsalt very day of the Peacj impjss biiity of Koding in the eupheinstic language of met wita a suceee dcstime or in other was a colossal The Gentleman it bLvn induced to to v ctoiy a party which uses tu fall unrler Leadership ct tbe Opposition railwav The retreating sterns to form by all lad CrattsmeB of the I a lurffi The charge for Competition and Contract Adver Public and was i T Kussian date taedechne of Jn the Housc of Commons Muravi ff trcm tiie udni ttcd iaihire of tha official advertisements is per line ot uiuht dnntlv had and it ii part in the pfogrammu tlian vi uie gradual authoruy sim iar to uvourite nor did the Tsar 1101 intervene to fall ot her ioimer i rchnqirish ng eit lu k THE SERVIAN TSAKS A desp tch irom BeUjruile states that the religious ceremony of marriage between escape as Ue Wet Das itis long in his inclined to venture ot and Aiaschiu of more than six insertions can be ascertained at Pretoria has been too fieeiy on the dangerous sen of tbeie The dattot the an application to the but it is ovtr at UlBrriae fins not inarched by the to cnmp frin the Govenimp1 ihtconvoy luulir oi one T ahali ot with the re of the Tdin suit that it Perhaps the Tp fon opnoe1 the motion on th c i n I T i r ttro a n nr Tn n commandant wa unUer ur icrs t ami that rema7id to be seen JSui T wLJi you and otheis to knew chat tuo b unitris none ot our I uii much e cannot escape tlie ignuraiu blaming THB BOER The Eoer delegates hi Paris have called on the iresident ot ihe to whom Torn 1 A accord 112 votes e Viy Tlp rrFolvrion ar onsed in The adjourned at SUICIDE AT PUBLIC An inquest was held last evening at j labour in the Builainn fftre n tne Oranee River Colonv to tluak indupsnsable to ins Im be Russian Oharg at Le Situation advertisements 24 n Pna you may take il from yesterday io iving Alexander tlie con lad for every eight words Seems about to come 10 un uun Qn the eVtf dropping teieaiaptied by the to Advertisements lor the current week must reach the implacable spirits nave hesn dis pilot when the pilot The the office not later than on beat fronds ue rvjar forgave Muraviefi the uni A Ukase issued yesterday nt Belgrnde makes ot ihe conclude Loa who le the nght before bv shootig hm A vw A Avnotbiw JJJUIAA u v LOAC KHoc loBUGU VcDbrtUav iu uianro j i TJ i i 1 agreed that their oi warfare vocally admitted failure of the famous Ke the ft can serve neither sidethe task of soiipt Nwlher coiild he his those in Mate thing and it no t 1 kcly cation will a of declined to U Go perly Till then ilseamo hope gnate to mMau to ohuria Tlir result cf this careless policy o has boen that the world now perceives that 1 nation Iwed to play the ui iic uvwDyauma euntiuue titac ijiju 11 i i ln not words of encouragement to the W n s presents to the travelleia a uiarter of fact his recer The lather ot the deceased gne had a contemplation m miiid that sue a marter oi nis lecep HOW TO MAKE A a fully illus trated series of Articles giviiu details and measurements from which any Engineer can make B and uptodate Motor tn carry two for SIXTY Thus tlie ENGLISH which revived the Cycle in tho rixtiesi will place the AnloMotor within the ranfii people of moderate j EVERYBODY SHOULD BUY fimAiah and 1U5AD KEGULAKLY the and Comprebensivu Journal Europeans ITor the Student tnrer AND WORLD OP SCIENCE wbo yturs risjorous CHINA There is DOW no mystery in tbe Chinese alld to twenty linve been remit ten tbeir The Arch ttiB Zivkoviteh aud verninent is not belrajung the ia n n part of European Peace is in aud editor ol tbe It is at once chi dishly and OT AH this to xears1 The policy w to hold the Peking you with a key to what you the safVty over the heads of tbe WBl eondeoined to years nijtlc tweuty he student in the Hie Workman in bit Pov7er8 as a hostage for good disgrace was a matter of a little the Mechanic in his theMauufac uo tt r i will MIR a kuialr fate intervened aid atttici r in liis uuBinessiu for m Any advance on says will be tUe pated disgTace by j signal Ior a lour laroean hni his Sentence commutJd to and iu CorrespondcDts and Contributors are tbe lirst and in their res j signal Ministers are quite he in ellect they are only being As for your fellowcountrymen who were not they are of no We think the civilised world will require more than Lis word for the BOOKS London and By Emily Con aco 3rd 5s Wangollen Darlington and THREE MILLION for Insertion Jnurt be to tlie KDITOB OF TIIK at Bride and be authenticated by the name Meanwhile is address of the Mo notice ran lie no notice Will be altogether to accept Nothing communication with tho them selves can be satisfactory and in any case letributiou for the wrong already done must be the portion of guilty to be hoped that taken of the threat ukui of anonymous itejocted to massacre the foreigners in case of an cannot be returne lue foreigners would he no TKIIMS OF One copy post Twelve months J Six months Tbiec xL For other period copiw will wnt on runcipt tiei inclu Anywhere in Kuroue except JlueBia 1welvc months Mlnnm Four months safer if the indemnification of all China were pronouncedby the The Viceroys in thu provinces have followed Lis and now announce that guarantee order ap able to IlltKBV be pay they will not if the warships put in nn pearanco this really means the warships arrive the Viceroys will rantee a J Jut they swm powurkss to check the though they may be abie to incite wo learn that Canton always one of the most turbulent cities is getting Anarchy is clearly uppermost in a state of affairs with beyond the rescuo of SUBJECTINDEX OF A colossal the prepara a tion of a subject index of all Problem in China and the books in the British Museum By Archibald 2s P iron the very remotest times down to the present is shortly to be lakeii in When it is reuiemljerFd i that there are 41 miles of shelves covered with books in the great and gome three million volumes in no one knows tho exact will be seen what a tremendous task such a sub jectindex would King and The Pianists Primer and Guide By For syth Advice to 20th Century Business By Second Edi fHorace Great with Part of the Special Paris Exhibition Thoughts Monthly Art Journal In according to Fortescue keeper of printed books at the who spent 15 years of his life providing such au index for the years 188095 it wiH take fully a generation to accom and only with the help Two complete sets of Mafeking siege each comprising and an with three MafeJdng siege stamp aud two cyclist siege realised yesterday at The first meeting of the creditors of William the welUknown play and was adjourned at the London Bankruptcy Court witu a view to a proposal to pay in tho Tin Commissioners of Her Majestys Prisons have made a very important iicm They order that when a prisoner is to be rearrested on his discharge from lie may be so as to give him an opportunity of communicating his Hitherto a prisoner was knpt in ignorance that he would be again of aii enormous The task of been essayed but only in the case of small The on0 big one that ever at tempted it was the Bibliotheque Nationals in but after completing the index of the History of France aud the History of Fortesciie is not certain of the French institution ap parently found tfat ii had had and did not with tbe Nothiig is so fur settled in regard to the British As a matter of fact the alphabetical ralaloguo of authors is viclence that he was very happy at aid no monetary or love II and he tcll his mother that be had been mspsarng Fom casements his irul h w s whethei some of the fniptoais of any inclination to depart c had kTr frnin Hi pniitSA rn wnipn 11 hn5 rnniis i tently ever since the war in South Africa broke The ituyal b them yesterday the of the Midland Ixanway company ijuarn and Ii was an adjourned application to tUe of siu ng charges siiou d bu by lur ucks ut sidings over longer p l ur The louiad u f vuur cf iie y content on that sixpence pur truck per day should be w k for several Gaprj of sad that floitli wa due to a wound in the On one of urns lie found several wounds cliv to open a All tlis fsctly The jury returned a verdict cf Suicide iluring temporary The spacal expenditure also been carried to lands and property Comparing the reFeaas of 1893 it will be found that in that vear the revenue in apart from land was only whereas in tia year nnder review it amounts to 919 comparing the net results of 189J and it will be seen whereas there was a deficit in the foiiner year of PROMISE shoufd not suggesc the adoption SUBD FOK a course as making this a In the Queens Bench Division yesterdiy issicn till the necessity f05 Darling aad a common jury heard the case ol liaigiiton for three then some converts Committee on the an action to recover possession of certan and carried him to the river in a coffin j Revenue and L9rd incluaing a Klondyke as Thev nlaeed him a presented the Indian which it was alleged that the now a married had wrongfully riTTTinDrn In the the THB damages for breach of promise of Iii Indian Budget to the marnage House of Lord Hamilton Ihe uetendant denied the alleged wrong ventnMathiSuetfoted converts brought him gbnTCed had it not been for the charges ful gods was he took a steamer by tjjb famine the finances of not tne piooerty of pLi but were to says that the Hunan would have been in a satisfactory a As to tts breach of promise ta province is aflame with Ani but ab the result of recent re troops for Hong with deficit of was anti and said that if she did make suca cioated He proposed to invite tenders promise it was made by the false repre for a loan of three millions to help to meet that the plaiiitiif was a man of the navments necessary between now and which he was the eui oi If they were unable lieieadaut jurtner pleaded to utilise their esisting they would appeared tor unhesitatingly appeal to the Imperial and Lewis ihomas represented Treasure and to the assistance of Her Jeienciant ireasnry uiiu tu GOLDEEEFED Sir Fowler hrid that we ought to help It appeared from counsels ui went W mVbe in his be one of the Amsterdam to learn and came to the Bn wisest things that the Government coiud where he was introduced to the than a young girl living it ad now iu of but tit young man of thought he pompom ammunition to Smalldoal rail me liit prepared to According wav and a day or two later half a stricken t p to his story the young lady wha company of Argyll and Sutherland High The of the Exchequer seeing him off at Waterloo for British landers with ciTptured arms and ainmiiii doubted whether this country could be re to remain He re that they the preenr crisis to ILS turned trorr Klondyke in and thi J1i 4u benefit of marriage was A BROKEN broke off tie ea rn an of wished to acquire hei The question in lespect of the jeweller was as to whether the articles were given and the nation Only nominal damages were asled or in respect ofthe breach of XUi The in the course of his evi said that the lady persuaded him tp go to Klondyke with her brotherin on the condition that if he did not njty have been prceonieci by n he conversation would appear to have TT somewhat ana althonsh uo ArUur Jrsdencs aged ci m nx months particulars have as yet leaked r I0la e ana go to South he said that at the tims was going to become his He in sjstcd the presents which he nade not birthday but presents t her as his future The further hearing was a PARRS BUY the extraordinaiy general the g oi their no u v r at Parrs Bank at 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