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DOVER HARBOUR.

DOVER HARBOUR.

The Harbour Board have given notice, that on and after Monday next, a toll of one shilling will be charged on all persons leaving and entering Dover from the Continent. It will be chargen in the railway fares.
July 29, 1892 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
A PROPOSED AFRICAN COUNCIL.

A PROPOSED AFRICAN COUNCIL.

The London correspondent of the Manchester Guardian writes: There is, I hear, talk in some official quarters of the establishment of an African Council on somewhat similar lines to that of the existing Indian Council. African affairs have in recent years assumed so much importan
July 29, 1892 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
It is reported that it ii the intention of the United States Government to establish at the Chicago Exhibition grounds

It is reported that it ii the intention of the United States Government to establish at the Chicago Exhibition grounds

complete post-offloe, equal in capacity to that required by city of 200,000 or more innabitants, and to operate it, not only during the fair, but for several months previous to opening and after the dosing. It is believed that the number of exhibitors will be between 160,000 and
July 29, 1892 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DISCIPLINE IN THE POST OFFICE.

DISCIPLINE IN THE POST OFFICE.

DISMISSAL OF 60RTKRS. The following order has been issued at the General Post Office: The attention of the Postmaster-General has been called to the proceedings of the sorters Clery and Cheesman, who describe themselves respectively as chairman and secretary of the so-called " F
July 29, 1892 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
FITS or EPILEPSY.

FITS or EPILEPSY.

GIDDINEBS, BENBATIONS, FAINTS. I will demonstrate to the whole world how that most dreidful of all complaints, " Epilepsy," which has been hitherto considered incurable, can be permanently cured the of fail»rt). Write with ful hope aud confidence the •♦Secretary," Burwood Horn B
July 29, 1892 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE ACCIDENT TO A SAILOR.

THE ACCIDENT TO A SAILOR.

The inquest on the body of the Swedish 6ailor who was brought ashore badly injured, from the ship 'German's,'on Monday, the 11th instant, and who died at the hospital on Wednesday last, was held at the Town Hxll, last Friday afternoon, the borough ooroner, Sydenham Payn, Esq. Mr
July 29, 1892 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The Council of the Yorkshire College are appealing to the public for £40,000 to enable them to erect new buildings

The Council of the Yorkshire College are appealing to the public for £40,000 to enable them to erect new buildings

for the medical department, and also college, library, and examination ball. Of this sum the council are prepared derote £25,000 the building and equipment of the department of medicine, and £15,000 to the erection of the college, library, and examination ball. Since the recogni
February 28, 1890 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE NATIONAL PROVIDENT INSTITUTION.

THE NATIONAL PROVIDENT INSTITUTION.

The fifty-fourth annual report of this remarkably active and well-appreciated institution discloses another year's steady and satisfactory progress along the soundestof lines. No less thsn.l6o7 new policies have been issued carefnlly selected lives, tbe aggregate amount newly as
February 28, 1890 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE LIVES OF CAR WHEELS AND OF MEN.

THE LIVES OF CAR WHEELS AND OF MEN.

Railway men apeak of the "life" a rail or of a jar wheel, a» though these metal things were ictually vital. What they mean is, how long they -an be used before they are worn out. This an point in the estimate of the cost of keeping ap a railway, and it based on an average of use
February 28, 1890 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England