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ESTABLISHED 1823.

ESTABLISHED 1823.

Claims PaM, Conus Declared, j£5537»00& ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.
March 11, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
French Opinion on the Disaster.

French Opinion on the Disaster.

French Opinion the Disaster. Paris, Tuesday.—The “Figaro” thinks that whatever may be the patriotin feeling of the English Government and people, it will be considered even London that the Dutch Cabinet, taking the initiativ* in the peace proposals, was sen ing not only the inter
March 11, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT AMMUNITION FIND. Colonel Rimin.qjton Clearing the Country. Tafelkop, March 7. —Colonel Rimihgton's column has made a great march

THE GREAT AMMUNITION FIND. Colonel Rimin.qjton Clearing the Country. Tafelkop, March 7. —Colonel Rimihgton's column has made a great march

through the country from Elands River-bridge over the valley to the ilge River, his front on the line of marching covering a distance of fifty miles. 'J he districts Vrede, Reitz, and Frankfort have been thoroughly scoured, and the result of the great sweep has been that the Roe
March 11, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
SERIOUS FIRE IN PARIS.

SERIOUS FIRE IN PARIS.

Paris, Monday.—A fire broke out at ten o’clock at the Linoleum Company’s premises in the Rue Montmartre, the whole building being .soon in, flames, M. Mesureur, a Deputy, occupying apartments in the house, had to escape the roof. Up to the present two persons have been injured,
March 11, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
FIELD’S FIELD’S

FIELD’S FIELD’S

Toilet Soapm FIELD’S Night Lightm J. C. & J. Field, Ltd., Lambeth, S.E. Established 1642,
March 15, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTES.

NOTES.

Ix)RD Cadogan explained at a meeting in Dublin yester- Explaining the day the reasons which led to the abandonment of the Reason. King’s intended visit to Ireland this summer. expressed some doubt a day or two ago whether even if the incident in Parliament had never occurred wou
March 15, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
Members of the Royal Family.

Members of the Royal Family.

Members the Royal Family. The King and Queen and Princess Victoria, with their entourage, left Marlborough House at a few minutes to ten in State carriages, and drove the Palace, under escort of a detachment of the Ist Life Guards, with Standard. The Prince and Princess of Wales
March 15, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
['March 15, f 902.

['March 15, f 902.

March 15, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE ANACHRONOUS FRENCH CANADIAN.

THE ANACHRONOUS FRENCH CANADIAN.

The habitant, or French-Canadian peasant, is an anachronism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He l>ears alxiut with him (writes Jessie Tremayne in Crampton’s Magazine the atmosphere of the Middle Ages, that is to say in his life and surroundings, not in his dress; that
March 4, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
Manchuria.

Manchuria.

The Chinese are also showing more resolute front in dealing with the Russian demands, says the ‘•Times’’ correspondent. They persist requiring that the (vac.uation of the three sections of Manchuria shall l, e effected ’)n three successive periods of four months from the late <
March 4, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England