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BIRTHS,

BIRTHS,

BIRTHS , • rr —On the 18th inst., at the wife • • •nsnt-t-elenel Chichester, Re)al Artillery, o f a ;F • - 15th inst., at Borthwnog. Polgelley, .3, the wife of A. T. Nudge, of s daughter. Loc. , •• 15th inst., the wife of the Rev. J. H. i.:ar uf Preston, of aeon. —On the 18th ins
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
GERMAN GIRLS IN LONDON.

GERMAN GIRLS IN LONDON.

The Berlin correspondent of the Morning Post, sent the following telegram yesterday evening The German police have issued notices cautioning servant girls from listening to tempting offers of agents, and of emigrating to London under the pretext that good situations would be fou
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
I DO LY NOT. OrMISS ON AFRICAN KIND, WILT STCIPIFT, BUT IT POdITIILLT KILL; LLL INSECTS, EXTERMINATOR &ND IS S

I DO LY NOT. OrMISS ON AFRICAN KIND, WILT STCIPIFT, BUT IT POdITIILLT KILL; LLL INSECTS, EXTERMINATOR &ND IS S

TO ANIMALS. tated Dotes, at &L, &L, aad is., by Chemixta, *a., sad C. SIACDoNALD, 23, Hatton-garden. Landon. a THE HIRE SYSTEM FURNISHING COMPANY. I ..FFI . ,'Ei-223. TOTTENHAM COURT COAD, LONDON. 15:ND .•. I's Premium ... 4s. Wesley Hire „ ss. „ „ ... is. „ ... S. „ .. „ ... 10
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
J 0 iIN BENNETT'S AND CLOCK MANUFACTORY 66 and 64. ONNAPSIDg. LONDON.

J 0 iIN BENNETT'S AND CLOCK MANUFACTORY 66 and 64. ONNAPSIDg. LONDON.

August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
VARIETY THEATRE,

VARIETY THEATRE,

(Late Connaught Theatre, High Holborn.) QIGNOR ACIiILLE BIZZONI bon; to an. oounee that he hail thid day engaged for hi* oieason of and French Comic Opera the celebrated Italian Contie Arted , , M. ; the distinguished Italian Soprano, Milk. Rosins Reduzzi ; the celebrated Mezzo-
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
DEPLORABLE EFFECTS OF DRINK.

DEPLORABLE EFFECTS OF DRINK.

This morning, Mr. John Humphreys and a jury assembled at the Town Hall, St. Leonard's, Shoreditco, for the purpose of inquiring into the cause of death of Mr. Benjamin Atkins, aged 28, late of the Army Service Corps, who was found dead in his bed on Tuesday last.— Mr. Albert Pat
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
COXIIERCIAL NOTZS.

COXIIERCIAL NOTZS.

The advance the Bank Rate from 21 to 3 per cent. has created no surprise, nor would a further rate of + per cent. at an early date form • subject for much comment. The commercial demand for money has not increased any appreciable extent, and advances are still to be had at l per
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
Tin NEWS Will be posted to any address in the United Kingdom each evenuig upon receipt of the following SUMS

Tin NEWS Will be posted to any address in the United Kingdom each evenuig upon receipt of the following SUMS

in advance :—For three months, 69. 6d.; for six months, 13.. ; and for one year, 265. Cheques and Post Office Orders should be made payable to Mr. James Watkinson, The Evening News Offices, 83, 84 and 86, Farringdon Street, Ludgate Circus, E.C., where all business letters should
August 19, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
lAt MINING NEWS, VRIDAr b it EU 1881. _ _ MARKET AND CITY NEW& THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION. TKLEGRAPH.I Friday Morning.

lAt MINING NEWS, VRIDAr b it EU 1881. _ _ MARKET AND CITY NEW& THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION. TKLEGRAPH.I Friday Morning.

the sections sat this morning—the Mathematical and Physical Science Section sitting in two divisions, and having for each department much more work than it is probable they will get through. The Right Hon. M. E. Grant Duff's address, as President of the Economic section, was nia
September 2, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LOSS OF THE TEUTON.

THE LOSS OF THE TEUTON.

The following has been sent us from the Vice. Chairman of the Union Steamship Company : " Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen has telegraphed, through the Colonial Office, to the secretary of the Union Company, asking for further information relative to the sad loss of the steam
September 2, 1881 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England