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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 21, 1885, Winnipeg, Manitoba 21. 1885. NO. 398. HATES FOR CONDENSED ADVERTISEMENTS and CARDS run in and without 10 pw word per No Card inserted losa than pot CONDENSED Ou this pago such ea Situations Situations For 3alo, To Lost and So. words or ono Insertion 40 ouch Additional word two 30 worda ov insertion lor loss than one 2uo, word ono 30 worda or one wook word B 30 or under each subsequent additional word 3 Condensed ad- not Inserted SO worda or under 50 each 6aoh additional 2 No to account for loss than SITUATIONS Man Apply TS 19 WANTED A but a competent -A ddress P.O. 2123 FOR KOR OP- 8 good 1 Durham forward Jn driving i years Apply lo 1'h03. ht MB 3, i and Provincial Land and Civil city J. W. City 3urvayor. A. R. C and 16 4 T. A. Civil lor Private any part ot tho oh unite good and to or Farm to ply ftt once at the Central Livery and Sale of and dta 21 PROPERTIES WANTED TO house minutes walk at Brunswick Must bo to of Chambers bp 2023 A Scene In tbe The Fortage and take of the Woods A Tote or the to be Feb. A sensation took place in the of the House this M. made a attack on a of Mr. M oud CHEAP SOUTH ot St aad Kant of iha line of Colony St. Ulvo and term but absolute b Ad- dross M. J. Freo 1SNDOWMKNT Fund to to Hough AMOUNT OF vate to oa the Brophy 4l'J Main St. Teeth b extracted without pain by uso ot 3UK98OK Now Nitrous Oxide Qua lot painless over Drug Mala ami BOARD AND TWO BOOMS Ln a private or Without or with partial but those Free Proas R OOMS TO 06OD at Mais f or or Apply or and ninety tons of The extends westward ot the boat aft far at the eya dan All started for Grand Haven tins SALT The Alia S Air E eb The final relief party from Alta arrived to are brought in but ton a woman Mrs is among the Ust and is badly hurt but Will A Very Feb. T. of with rape on a gifl six years of was plead guilty to simple and was to one to Brydon SITUATIONS WANTED io In dry goods or soino light by an ex- Froo P HOUSES TO DES to Ur 3. directly opposite City KVery 10 preservation of tho natural on and Nitrons Oas ad- GOOD St to 310 Mala n arly the TOHN H. OFFICE 715 MAIN 7i Garry St. Telephone M. D. 0. ami Mca 138 Main ovar 71 Graham ft 9UBOKON, Late of the and tice ot Victoria late Bargeon Toronto Kvs Diseases ot tho Kyo and Kyoa roomed brick veneered Nos. and 1U8 SL Apply to G. D. TIO nor Alexander and Mary Sts well flu and Ap ply to Wi 47t Main or C. P. Jt ON wt 8t., Kate Portage A St. and St. Ap HOUSES TO to 3.' 4. 4ftd Main ft PROPERTIES IFOR WOR AND JT forty aires of land 8 miles from of per and sure ot large James 7 St. Kar a 63 Sc havo to 1 Qo ot of aud opposite Knoz F. AT etc. second del i P. A. J. D. FOB AND LOT ON nor Francis and Bannatyne For fur apply on 36 Francis 10-iN in the of Customs when Landry up r asked him if he wrote a certain in The latter said he did not want anything to do with he said Landry took up u he had in his the rolled around the handle twb struck Afr. witS tho of the Ihe hing more blows he thW sneaked into a for Beside Landry stood Mr. the chief of the rivet police at who also a wordy attack Mr. Trudel is a minion Mr. Dowell stodd and although he saw it all he denied doing so at the entered the and handed his Whip to hie friends with much The Inade for the was that Mr. him in his paper of living in opon tery with his The case will be in the Landry ia editor of the In tho House to day the act providing for the taking of the census in Manitoba and the passed the committee tind stands for third All the was spent discussing a measure to amend the law of giving evidence in A Narrow Feb. -An infernal was found in bhe basement of Frank's building to It Avas The Dominion Temperance Act In Stratford wishes to Become a Dr. of Chatham Be Badly Hurt while Toboc THE pended by wires and but wehl t had Feb. 2D. A majority of the licensed victuallers who were in the returned lost the Free A deputation front Toronto has inter- viewed Sir Leonard Tillby with a view of getting stool on tho free of Halfway J. H. of is here and Canadian Pacific in ol tho thay embarked on the steamer which takes them to to inspiring strains of from the bonds and to tho sweeter music of cheers from the throats of thousands of fellow American to Cut Afraid of the P. B. A. of JRood Axenta in Arrived THE SOUDAN ol general Sir Herbert to If tt Lord lug With Arabo Abu Klea A Mot Feb. despatch says that pen. who began treat several days ihas been compelled halt at and his in position m order to defend himself against tha who IUQ gathering jn largo forces on hia line retreat Park and on behalf of the of On- the Ministers of complained that large meat into Canada are under of pork the to tend to the a of Feb. general freight agents of tho roads in the Northwestern Traffic Association and tho general agent Minneapolis held a meeting day at office tha purpose of considering rates should bo made for next summer on from Canadian points to in tp meet the af by way of Port Canadian was able mer to divert considerable at route from the American i by consistently cutting principal sufferer from is the LORDS AND la the Colonial Offers of Accepted Vote of Censure to lie Taken on Monday The 1 In 1'orsla, ait AH it sounded Itko turbulent fighting no notice taken of it. next on opening tho the clerk found a fresh completely as neatly ta have been dona by a akin wat but ull the other of the physical economy of the rat we gone except tie It t that WHS work of a which hod been aeon prowling about the of lio seems to be almost but at tho saino tinio ho is East AND V forty land 21 from abant 80 acres good balance arable and first hay only per aure A groat V St. East. 10 2f> FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT ON Two large corner lota sold three is tru ago at per loot ent about per A great S. A. Rowbotham 498 Main St. continually Menacing tha r on 3targeon WO Hoi Wire 200 raised 30 to Terms Full enquire Watson Market New 6, K. A. J. KRB Main 6, A. V. SUrTON IB AT oto corner A. L. P H. Mar etc. M. J. 9tanlej north Main on February tha beloved wile of aged 27 CHuton and Barrio THE for Free by 8t, M1 ALLAN g Offices Mala W J. H. Q. W. Joliu ft OBAW DAILY Pot the II lonr hoars ending at p. mi Feb. 14 2i Ijl Feb Fob 20................. criminal oases by Mr. The provides that a maa of oan give evidence on his ewu be- the third session this imre has boon The passed its second reading by a vote of 87 to 66. Royal against the Watson voted for it. A petition for a for a railway from Portage la Prairie to Lake of the Woods passed the standing orders committee Sir Richard Cartwright intends moving a vote of on the Government for loaning to tho Exchange bank knowing it to be in a rotten fore losing money when the bank The special Parliamentary Committee met to-day and decided that it was ex- that a provision be madss for undue by facility for the discharge of debtors not guilty of duct and who had mude a full disclosure of their Mr. of said it the Chambers of Commerce which wished the He did see that it was The same reported in favor of bringing in n Bankruptcy Act. A special despatch indicates that ley will to sends to Buller if the latter ia tu be rescued from hia Grave fears Buller Gen. Gordon unless speedily Another message says that General ler reports from Abu on Tuesday ua follows thirty of the cavalry around us all day on Monday entertained that Gen. may meet the fato 1 of the committee on privileges and this certified copies of the ment of the Court of Appeal in the East Simcoe case declaring the election of Charles Drury were laid before Hon. Mr. Frazor intimated that would claim the seat and move that he be notified to appear before the committee next which The of private bills committee this ing decided that before granting an act incorporating the town of Stratford as a 11 vote of the people on the question must be taken not later than March the 4Ui. Club The final competition for ithe Ontario between tho Hamilton Thistle and the Orillia Curling took place The result wan in favor of the latter by 8 BAR W V O ft HAMILTON over Imperial Main O. K. v A- W. H. Long. AjAM DUOPHY A. 0. Main sk O AND STORKS TO IN Main Apply McDonald St Co. Barometer 143. A Fatal Hallway Accident in and they were reinforced about an Hour before dark by infantry armed with crossed hills to the east of us and kept tip a well maintained but desultory This fire has thus far caused sixteen I am perfectly here against attack of even tt larger force but of course this long range ia k Gen. Wood at js Sending a transport of camels to Kuller as the fatter need some more transport e. Lord Wolseley also pate that on the arrival the camels at Abu Klea that General Buller will move STEWART Feb. General Sir Herbort who was wounded at tho battle of Abu died on the 16th at to which place he had been re- His death n gloom over tha entire British The stated that Gen. Stewart's wound was of such a character that recovery was from the Feb. A from Lord Wolseley advising the Government of the death of General says Stewart be burned at tho entrance of the valley leading to He will receive a soldiers funeral No bravar OT more brilliant loader ever wore the Queen's land ill afford to lose this young Feb. 21. Abu Klea de- spatch Three new forts havo been Lord Charles occupies Beat h of Mr. Feb. 20. A cablegram an- the death in India of Rev. A. V. of tho Canadian Baptist For- eign and the of are that the roads Association jom It in making low through m points to in aV to Uie rom getting tho bulk of tho was iu nil its it was admitted by tha ro- bhe lines some have to bo to the competition of the Canadian which is growing more active from year to But thoy would not to a pro rate as demanded by the St. Minneapolis being of the Opinion that the greater portion of the reduction should be borne by that Tho mooting finally adjourned without having reached re- Another mooting tor the name will probably bo held m a few A Forcer recently arrested for trying to get loan on forged was committed for trial Dropped Feb. George E. a prominent physician dead tins Suddenly was instantly killed day by a Jog rolling off a sleigh on Injured While In- a son of Col. county was run into at the toboggan last night and had hia right leg broken in five It will have to be CABLE A Mysterious Affair on the Burton the Dynamiter Turn Tbe for More era In ment for YOU WANT TO A 3IORK D or in 30 words 50 cents and M additional Ins. TIO AND and I stored In Opera ply B. and 30 words only 60 centa 1st lasci and 85 onta additional m Main Hird Block at J. of o and third tenant for whole Apply Civic BUSINESS CARDS Insured nt lowest Heal ond FOK The Pull Mall Gazette recently printed a detailed map of the west coast of which clearly the scramble which is going oh for sections of thu Dari Commencing with which is now in dispute between two or three though occupied by we como to which is Turkish and Turns is under a French Algeria ia by France and Morocco is in- though the French are in- for From rocco to Bianco iS a native strip of 755 miles hi which Spain though it is a desert From Cape 920 miles to this and below is claimed From this including Sierra ft distance of 80 ia The coast of in- stretches for 135 The Gold Coast is miles French and 250 miles for thirty-five miles is The Delta for a distance of ia held by the and then follows the 100 miles of where ihe Germans are now ex- tending their A strip of miles of native coast intervenes between tho and the where the French have 200 and fifty miles of native coast bring laa to tho whose rich valley now South of the there are meamer Michigan Safe in tbe Ice. the largest with the Naval the I oil TOo or Hat Portage AT tt dumber either Also AND M. M. of native 800 miles of Portuguese to the and 730 rniles From Cape Frio to Orange including Pequena and claimed by the Germans and recently South of the Grange River the English Dupe Colonies extend around Gape of Good Hope and northerly to tha ern line of The line A at A Negro the Alma Hanse at A Fetal Feb. ia reported that tho mail on tho ginia Midland ran into a freight train near and that several persona are The caia of the passenger train caught fire and are atill Both traino were badly and the shattered cars took the flames being fed by pet from two oil oars in the freight Thirty-three cars wero An Irew con- ductor of the freight is and several of the train men aro Seven nr eight persons are ol wife of Hon. J. B. a delegate in for died in the Providence Hospital here this A Colored a has confessed at tho investigation that lie set fire to the Blaekley Alms where twenty were and that ha was Engineers 21 report has just been received from Abu Bailer sent a of his including all the native to on tho 10th, which tha Arab scouts their appearance about Abu Buller thereupon dered new forts to be built and the strengthened with a view to against a possible First the Arabs arrived about 3 p. in. and theiir continually increased until wit hip two houra tho ridges on the Barber load fairly swarmed with While n row of defense walls was tho infantry eral and firod a volley at the killing many of them and pre- venting them from coming nearer than Lord Beresford also fired tha which wore placed in the this time tho enemy made no but at p. without they opened a well directed tire from 500 Remington Bullets now rattled ill over the camp No 0., Feb. 20. -In the House tho for woman suffrage was thrown out by 14 to 9. have been received from Otta im to enforce tho Dominion liquor It is believed that the Provincial and tity authorities will resist with the polici i as the law has been declared vires by the Supreme Court of gated to it by Peter J. one and there Was no After sunset an intermission till occasional volley was Cabinet Factory G. Scott's cabinet factory wan to Doctors Burned buildings owned by and Dr. Bice were burned this LOBS ly Confederation of the Bin pi Feb. M. M. said to-day that if England say her colonies wero marshalled to face her confederation tho Empire would bo an accomplished It only required the politicians to clothe the now embodiment in a formal He did not advocate too great n hurry but he should like to see the agents of tho colonies allowed to speak in Parliament without He said ho believed that the bulk of tho colonists entertained jealousy in regard to Germany's colonization Sir Tupper and others spoke in of a tion A Sensible Thu Roman Bishop of bury has issued a vigorous pastoral letter denouncing the dynamiters as scourges and enemies of God The The departure of the steamship for Halifax was until 12 30 this Tho delay waa caused entirely by the insubordination among the Canadian voyageurs aboard the transport which brought thorn from Tho Canadians objected to being moved to the ovarian hurried and it was not until military aid been dispatched to the that order was Even then it was not without great trouble that nil tha 208( aboard tile A Monument lot The Lord Mayor will preside over a great meeting loon ta be held in to promote the work of securing a tional memorial to General Leading Liberals havo expressed the opinion that Gladstone will cease to be the Premier throe His doctor warned him he must choose between life the sacrifice of A On tha arrival of tho steamer Celtic from New the that when the steamer was three days out a mail bag was found in the saloon which had boon out open and tho including dispatches from the English consul to this consul hod boon torn and the House of Lords to-day Loid presented the culling out servea tlie pf the militia m view of the de- fence of Egypt and the protection of the In the of Lord Secretary of State for tho said that tho deeply indebted to tho for the public ed in which they had come for- ward with offers of aid to tho The in Chief of Ihe expressed the pleasure that tho Queen's military would have forward any an proposed by the to aid the country in the work on in Lord Derffy said that the Government was in communication with the colonies as to matters of all of which would doubtless soon be These otters of aid possessed an mural The Earl of Morley and Duke of bridge paid high tributes to the memories of General Earlo and General Stewarti In tha HOUBO of Commons tho Marquis of tho of State for the War said that Prince Harsen had been appointed of tha Soudan at the request Lord and that would bo under ity of General Tbf alfio stated that the Government ed that Lord Wolsoley will have received ono volume of tho remaining ones it is five in. were on the way to After he had tho Marquis lie would be bettor able to state whether or not the contents would bo Mr. Gladstone said the offer of New South Wales of aid for Egypt had boon He announced that the tion of granting an allowance to ily of General Gordon was receiving the attention of the Tlie Premier fixed Monday for the debate on Lord motion ol and tho Queen's the would also bo con- that Lerd Secretary uf tho Foreign that liad failed to reply to request to withdraw the Russian fiom Puli pending of tho Afghan Frontier He stated that it was not true that tho Vice of India had asked tho dispatch of British troops to India Queens does not call out tho orders the soldiers who otherwise bo entitled to retiro hi remain in active Gen. Buller reports that the firing of the rebels continued all Monday and two men were killed and four TUB STORY Of A All The Year Round There is a village in re- mote I used to know very There ia a line in the venerable of tho at gave underneath Out hated Dr. of the mouths This window with the r i with a burglary j. the house where it old j I manorial for t haloid rector Was a Feb. been living in and OP TIIE OF The Bank of England originated ia the brain of William a better as the and leader of the ill-fated Darien It in 1C94, its was in the tirst in- for elewa years bearing date July 27 of that The charter has been fiom time to tune re- the last having takon place in 1844. The capital of bank was but and it earned on business in a single room in with a staff of four Prom ao a beginning has grown tho present gigantic which covers nearly and in town and country nearly All bank of notes lire printed in tho bank Six printing presses are in constant tho same printing first the of and then the number of the notes in consecutive The printing ses are so constructed ua to register noto so that the machine itself indicates automatically how many notes have passed through it. The average prod of notes is a and about tho name number are presented in Uie saino time for payment Tho or cancelled notes oro not to bti confounded with tho bank library pro. per situated iu tho bank and we aro indebted to the courtesy of the benk note for tho following and interesting statistics ing his Tho stock of said notes for five period during as before tho notes are reserved for about in number Thoy boxes about 18 10 wide and n As each day adds about fifty thousand notes to it is necessary to find some means of destroying those which theic allotted term Tint is done Their Departure from to Cheered on the Route to Another specially of Tint u Jone by od was but ft is not known if about four hundred thousand notos boing This Main St. FHB further Box 703r Wl on U D. H. R clerk the and tn over P. O. Box YOU WANT TO BUY OU A it la Ite a 1st ami of tho west coast is olf whick 2 COO are 1J55 730 800 3B In other Europe haa over west ia not vet. On the east from the English up lo which is is The is now struggling the its principal being in the handa of the From Zanzibar tho mouth of the Red Sea ia ahd The Sea littoral is occupied nt points by It- France and It haa been announced recently that Germany haa also a large atrip the Tho only of rica not yet seem to be the Desort of it ia only a of time hpw the equator itself will be It it will only be it ia too hot to given in favor of the which was sued by the hen Ontario Navigation on steamer lost in Lake The Union Insurance Company of Continental of New and Insurance Company of tho State of Pennsylvania are similar all of which J pending final disposition The insurance by the this leaving the rectory The old jector had married an ar- by the in all of which been continued of will be bound of 3 years wanted la A. Wan ia paying a year in sions to 000 alleged survivors of Sam Houston's command in the wot of 1835- Feb. 20.- dull and un- Wheat a ruled and advanced weakened under lack of demand and closed at Jo under the Balea FeBruary Lard QUiet and nearly unchanged V BUSINESS HOTE and 37. applications are coming in all tho tima fourteen were received in one day legislature is trying to repeal tho law on the ground that half or of the chums now ba- ing paid aro Among other wonders revealed by the microscope are muscles in pillar Wd mirrors in the eyes of the are as small as a grain of SOUTH of tho Grand which so been ia lying twenty miles a little to the north of The clerk and steward fifteen pf the crew crossed worked exceed ngly and by-and-by came the lable The qld at this tin of could not the noise of tl p and took himself off to a seperat a room of his One in the vary the infant made a precocious which awoke the young She attended to her child and then went to tke window arid drew up to a look nt tho as people To her r there was an looking man standing on the caught her in her off to her husband's Presently there was a crash of and the followed by two other had dashed her I remember she hnd looked the bedroom on the other side but was broken through by the She awoke her on hearing the state of lighted a candle by the produced a Tlie three men appeared The oU re c tar presented his and said if they advanced another step ha should One of the men advanced the his pistol and tho man by the Prince of on the Route Blen qf third battalion of the Grenadier Guards started JOE kiln Previous to their setting Windsor they were addressed lay the of He naid ho well remembered the day thirty-one years ago this same battalion departed for and ha recalled the thoy bore their part in that In the campaign upon which they now entered he felt sure they uphold the honor of the In conclusion he wished them God and and speedy return to After this the shook hands heartily with the while the men raised enthusiastic The Queen commemorated the occasion any thing This violation of the postal laws must be- fore the steamer left New It is surmised that it Waso Fenian attempt to the the despatches to the Government or else a bold attempt ftt mail tile Two batteries of and ments of infantry aud one being an regiment been that n. portion of the militia will be used to garrison The Vate of A large body of Liberals will be absent from Abont or eight 01 ale aro said to voting against the Tho Irish are but is believed that they be plumped against the Ministry if tho Tories should give them u guarantee not to gerrymander tlie Ulster Parliamentary ono tima in a specially for that from some peculiarity in the ink with which the notes were tho mated notes burnt a solid blue but the composition of the ink has boon ond tho paper burnt fine gray The of tho ing paper are extremely denao and gent and to prevent any ing from tho process of tion in carried out at dead of when tho city m comparatively in oidor to tho density of tho they are to ascend through n shower of falling the chimney shaft being with a. special for thu The of gold in thu bullion vault varies from one lo three million pounds Tho fide by Bid o on small bucks 01 cuiry formerly sue an Bending an autograph letter to the She assured thorn of heir good and Alter the was the Guarda the the Thp through which they passed were brightly ated with flags and Crowds of thronged tho walks and cheered the marched At they quickly the train brought An immense crowd had col- here and tho arrival of the train nas greeted by tremendous Ihe wives of the were admitted to the platform to bid their ind the pathetic scenes of when the Guarda took were again When tlie last partings were ovor tho train The whole house was now and tho men made taking their wounded ing 100 bars lu A of Who HOW Inter- est. Thu anthropological of havo just received from of London an paper on the of Egyptian prepared by A. 11. a of the intitule This paper throws light upon the characteristics of and predatory people under a lender of am dis- tuting tho occupation of territory oho of tlie most formidable nations of Tlie states that or of tho applies to whole between the Atlantic Hid the Ked Sen. und from the Sahara and Egypt tho Ethnically it is the of transition between the of the north and the of South Africa The coat tho ol the military the Writer ia thn converging point of all In giving the distribution of races he the Nilo connecting Lake and Albert Nyanza flows Bantu Tho Jebel Luke Albert and the iu held by The White Kile between Bobat and tlie BUo Nile and tho main stream nor is occupied on thu loft chiefly by Semites on tho right by From Dongola lo on tho Egyptian tho valley between the Libyan and Arabian is held by Tho whole region caat of thia far as tho lied Sea and between the Abyssinian highlands ind tho coast round to and south to the equator is huld by TUB WASTES and of the Nilo are held un- tirely by the Semite while outlying province of and Darfur Sera and ami aro Thus along tho of the Kilt tho writer shown that tho occupy the Semites and the centre and Nubians Ilia Although included in tian province of tho equator tho uf this tho have never They have exclusive session of tho southern half of tho con- except tho region of the tots and und to five degrees north of Iho They arc negroid rather than shou a that the negro is numerically the most important ment in Soudan nnd erto has hold almost undisturbed Within tho area of the countless of tho White Nile m this of tho Soudan ia con- ono tho population of the whole Nilo from tho equatorial lakes to tho and embraces an estimated population of forty millions of Thin includes fill negro nations still amoving political ns t lo and Monbuttu Holic of these regions within In Nilotic peoples the of aro less promi than Although lalain has made eome j tho bulk of people aio nature When preparing Inr Iho infant and tho ing victim on to bo trampled by tho warriors marching to flit in a staple uf Tho cure for future tho of the slain in battle and preserve their prisoners for Tha Nilotic in many are SKILLED IN as agi iron and and manufacture of Thu and ornamental designs of their display artistic while their iron have u tamper superior that of European They arc and yet a Binl devotion tu tlie Tho or stack of Northwestern ari as and Iho or Since tho of clement lins become pre- dominate and it is 1 ho disturbing ence which inspires promotes dealing in and without it would bo DO no Egyptian question to perplex Uie of statesmanship and to break up In the of paper of them aa owners horses and robbers and Tho life of the men ia Iu for hunting and while the women iilt Uie Tho Arab tubes aio an powerful com inn ud ing among tho and often defy tha supremo authority or com- pel it to accept their conditions in tho administration of East em Tho same paper of the the iu their boing recent from Tho or northern tho most occupy Mid thoir in operations before and tho of Itl They on wf or of or type of with crisp Calling in ringlets over the They are ed; as this General of who recently Lord as Viceroy of linn demanded that shall ho sent to as He the demand on the ground that the British and Gold troops are absurdly weak in view of tho of a on by way of It is stated that under an accomplice of for causing Tower to turn in- Burton is actually ill froni resulting from his nnd has indicated a disposition to give the Government the be noli 1 of all tion in his possession concerning the recent dynamite It is denied now that Gladstone will leave inet of three The man whose corporeal vault is soon a portion of the paid by King of consisting of gold short of standard Tlie guards against either by force or are and At bio by an ample In the of attack from thoro are can bo put from aud which able n ly of sharp shooters tw raka Hve all fow are tho of within walla a but is n 1780, Tho occupied with camel breeding and us caravan governed by tary like their are for their personal bravery and tovO of From the third to the century of tho present era they in- the frontiers of though of ton defeated by to outlying of umpire and ully to withdraw the Roman garrison from the region oi the thorn by tho during which tho moved out from the station amid renewed compel him to between cheers from the and Iwo advertising signs and perambulate with by the blood were traced marks on tlie The the ice to f man with The clerk exhausted five j received long miles from but help wap rendered from some of the and he was carried the remainder of the They report thirteen men with number of in the world every year is said to be ed to At all the stations on the way crowds were assembled and en- cheers greeted the It iraa a constant ovation from Windsor to The though touched Iff ftp and were remarkably high Hinging war song after war song with At Gravesend an en- reception awaited the street deserves a good deal more pathy than he When Lloyd's was established in HB presort form fifty years thp largest its was tho of toria Now thera are 195 vessels of over tona one of City of more than six times as large as the George bank was attacked by a called attention to tho for strengthening itl Competent advised that an adjoining rejoicing in appropriate namo of St. WM itt military senao a source of and an act ol parliament WAR passed to thp directors to the church and its The old tastefully laid now forma what is known as the bank the handsome room or abutting on one of its Thoro ia a ono of tho largest in tho centre of tho and tradition under this treo a former clerk of the feet liea like tribes from tho groat of in Tho then to an account of of venerable now known us the which cradled in over settled in the and valley of tho Nile about In they embraced nnd formed the African kingdom off which lasted 700 years and WM by tho Arabs and came tho dominion of Tho Nile live in settled and medan communities and aro treated oa an in whore bers us free A noise was heard m an drawer at drug in by one of clerks at a late hour one night nnd in They urn strong and warlike and and generally excel the the Mahdi is a Nubian of hut baa found his own but among the m oro converted end tho and of Kordofan other of eastern
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