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January.— The weather waa genial. The Mutual Insurance Society for shipping celebrated its Jubilee. The assistant drapers holidays were regulated. Installation of Bros. J. B. Cockburn as W.M. for Doyle Lodge and of L. J. Nicolle for the Mariners' Lodge. Meetings for the abrogati
December 31, 1889 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
CORRESPONDENCE, tec.

CORRESPONDENCE, tec.

No Notice can be taken of anonymous communi- cations. Whatever is intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication but as a guarantee of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected com- munications ; nor a
December 31, 1889 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
JEKSEY.

JEKSEY.

A BOAT SET ON FIRE ON GOREY PIER On Sunday morning, at about 6.45, the Swn^ ° W T_s ed by Ca P tain C. Pallot, acting Harbour Master, was perceived to be Jnfn,?_? Pl^ The > at been hauled up for the winter and placed on the ground adjoining the Post Office and belonging to the E
December 31, 1889 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
ILLNESS OF MR. T. E. ELLIS, M.P.

ILLNESS OF MR. T. E. ELLIS, M.P.

Mr. T. E. Ellis, M.P. for Merionethshire, who ia now on a visit to Efrypt, is lying ill of fever in tbat con ft try. A telegram from Cairo has been received from Mr Brmmer.M.P., stating that -Mr. T. E. Ellis, ?? who is lying ill w,th fever at Luxor, on the Nile, if better. Mr. B
December 31, 1889 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. GLADSTONFSBIRTHDAY

MR. GLADSTONFSBIRTHDAY

THE EX-PREMIER INUNDATED WITH CONGRATULATIONS. w LETTER OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Mr. Gladstone has written for publication the following letter of thanks : — "I am under a necessity, even more imperative than heretofore, which obliges me to invoke your friendly aid in conveying my war
December 31, 1889 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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December 31, 1889 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
A HU-N'GAT.IAX CILVNCERY.S-UIT.

A HU-N'GAT.IAX CILVNCERY.S-UIT.

A HU-N'GAT.IAX CILVNCERY S-UIT. ?? ocr roBRi-s_s.T->__rr.) FEt-TH. __ oamaT ?? Aa art-am ißi—y lawsuit, which comaeaced ca the 15th of B-ptt _ hei, 1763. haa just been wa haled, after hasting one ha— -hed aad ?? years, la the year 141.) Bishop l-ss-_.iidi of Keatra. in _.<it.h_ra
December 31, 1889 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
INQUESTS

INQUESTS

Mr. S. F. Langliaiu. tho City Ca.ror.cr. helc an inquiry at St. *>:ir"holor_ew"3 Hospital, yesterday into the circumstance- attending tire death of Hermans Kohl, aged 35, a cabinet make., lately Evicg at 63. Geir^e-street, Enston-road, who was kii.'ei oa thi Metropolitan Railway
December 31, 1889 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
the standard; -

the standard; -

December 31, 1889 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE KING OF PORTUGAL,

THE KING OF PORTUGAL,

(THE-TTOH I_-OTEE'S ?? LISBON, Dec. 30. At the State banquet given last evening in honour of King Carlos' Proclamation, his Majesty proposed the toast of " Ihe Portu- guese Army."
December 31, 1889 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England