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SWEDEN, AND RUSSIA. The WILSON LINE of First-class Splendidly-fitted PASSENGER STEAMERS, with Saloons and Sleeping Accommodation amidships. HULL to BERGEN and STAVANGER, Every TUESDAY;and from 2-‘?rd Juno August, al«o Every SATURDAY. „ CHRISTIANIA and CHRIST!ANSAND FRIDAYS. „ DH
May 26, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ROSEBERY JAM.

ROSEBERY JAM.

The discomfort of the Prime Ministers position, the irk of his untitoess for the new rAle for which Fate has cast him, has reacted on his oratory all round. In his efforts after the unfamiliar art "persuasion, he has lost (says a writer in the “National Observer”) the onoe famil
December 1, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CBUBCS NOTES.

CBUBCS NOTES.

The appointment of I>r. Geo to the vacant I canonry at St George’s, Windsor, was announced on night; the Westminster caused deatli Canon Prothero yet unfilled, nor has any appointment been made of successor to Dean Kitchin at Westminster, though rumours have been current, which
December 1, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
3fFJV MATTERS.

3fFJV MATTERS.

MATTERS. politician is probably the worst person m the world instruct people upon the duties of citizenship, for 10 always have eye to the susceptibilities his This view is upheld a perusal of Mr. speech the Hugh Myddelton School, Clerwell. advice that teachers should cultivate i
December 1, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(IN PARLIAMENT-SESSION 1895.1

(IN PARLIAMENT-SESSION 1895.1

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December 1, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE AVEATHER.

THE AVEATHER.

The Weather Forecast issued at the Meteorological Office for the 24 hours ending at noon to-morrow, ears, for the South England (including London and the Channel) may expected wind likely to back southwest ; warmer at iirst, then showery and very uncertain ; most probably rain.
September 7, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ITEMS OF GENERAL NEWS.

ITEMS OF GENERAL NEWS.

M. Lahovary, Roumanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, has arrived at Lemberg greet the Emperor Francis Joseph. Sir E. N. C. Braddon has finally accepted the of Agent-General for Tasmania in London, thus vacating the Premiership. The Library Association has concluded its sittings B
September 7, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN STOCKS.

FOREIGN STOCKS.

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June 28, 1895 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LA DUSE AT THE SAVOY,

LA DUSE AT THE SAVOY,

Last night, Signora Duse begun series performances in Italian the Savoy Theatre, and opened with her version of Hen* Sudermann’s play, “Heimat” or “Magda,” which has had the distinction being played London in fewer than three languages during the past week. dealt so fully o.ily
June 28, 1895 - Globe - London, London, England