Saturday th« Duke of Camtiridge icspectcd the troops Shoruclilto Camp. Subsequontly His Royal Hijrliness visited the School of Musketry at Hythe, and witnessed firing practice the Banqe, special attention beintfpaid to the Maxim gun.
October 15, 1888 - Globe - London, London, England
The Exchange Telegraph Company is officially informer! of the following scratching# i -Ceinrewitch, Silktuinster and Dan Dancer; Decision out of all engagements; Am. a mite and Balderdash out of Epsom Autumn ami Kcmptou Park October engagemeats; ail Mr. Douglas Baird’s and Mr. Y
The acting British Vice-Consul Rarotonga has been instructed to proclaim British protectorate over that island and over the remainder the Hervey Group. It is intended to issue the proclamation regards Rarotonga on the 20th last., and afterwards for the other islands. the Royal E
This mighty metropolis seldom suffers from a few successive days of that atmospheric condition which Mr. Guppy described as a “London Particular without having its daily papers deluged with accounts of accidents and disasters of every sort and kind. Life and property both suffer
December 19, 1888 - Globe - London, London, England
Mr. John Haro has performed tardy act of justice to Mr. A. W. Pinero. He has publicly confessed that the “happy ending” (if it can be called snshjj siren to “Xhe Profligate.” at Mr. Hare’s theatre, was the result of personal entreaty addressed by the manager to the author. Mr. P