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CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES.

CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES.

The Budget. speech of the Hon. R. J. Cartwright, Canadian Minister of Finance, mentions some facts of considerable interest to English farm labourers and others meditating emigration. In Ontario, the largest and most populous province of the Dominion, precisely the same conditio
May 14, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 14, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
core continued, and those whose services will be dispensed with. Any annuity to which an officer is entitled may, however,

core continued, and those whose services will be dispensed with. Any annuity to which an officer is entitled may, however,

with his consent be at any time compounded for by a capital payment. In the execution of the provisions of the Act relating to allowances to directors, officers, and servants, the Commission shall act under the direction of the Treasury, and the accounts shall bo audited us the
May 30, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, MONDAY, MAY 18, 1874,.

THE GLOBE, MONDAY, MAY 18, 1874,.

THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (REUTEIeByELICORAMB.) THE FRENCH MINISTERIAL CRISIS. PARIS, May 18, The Journal des Dgbats of this morning announces that the efforts made by M. de Goulard yesterday to form a new Ministry completely failed. M. Magne, who was summoned to Versailles by Marsh
May 18, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FATAL ACCIDENT AT CHELSEA.

FATAL ACCIDENT AT CHELSEA.

Last evening, at half-past, six, a fatal accident occurred at the Peabody-buildings, Lawrence-street, Chelsea. to William Balharn, aged five years, the son of a cabman. It appears that the parents went out for a walk, leaving the deceased and another child in the care of a girl
May 18, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE SPORTS.

CAMBRIDGE SPORTS.

Our Cambridge correspondent writes :—The early college " halls " now enable the men to get afloat between four and seven in the afternoon. The first and second division races will have commenced by this time three weeks, and to-morrow or Monday will see some of the leading crews
May 1, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SECOND ISSUE, 1874,

SECOND ISSUE, 1874,

MITE of 2100 CERTIFICATitS tit CB4 PER OERTITICATE, with Interest Coupons attached, paying L 5 I9s per cent. per annum, in addition to a yearly cosh bon•te equal to lls ILL per Certificate, the total yield on tier amount invested lain; 10s, per rent. mr annum, with a bonus on re
May 1, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 6, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET 'PHIS DA Y•

MONEY MARKET 'PHIS DA Y•

May 6, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH ram) FLOWERS.

BRITISH ram) FLOWERS.

By common consent we all still look upon May as the month of flowers. We fancy that in this we are guided very much by the dicta of poets and other fanciful writerc, who have always made a point of adorning their descriptions of May with bright sunshine and a profusion of blosso
May 7, 1874 - Globe - London, London, England