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I&S S In«h. Meal waa uochaaged in price, and alwilo* rf«.u ■ARKET.-Iho ride, to-da, m bri» Tfa the trade, and cunuet principally American deecnnii Pncc. are withenl aUeralion .ince Frida; lMt Uo ‘a
May 7, 1841 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SUGAR DUTIES.

SUGAR DUTIES.

Lord J. RUSSELL rose to lav before the house the precise terms of the amendment which he had given notice he should move on the resolution of Lord Sandon, respecting the sugar duties, being put from the chair, on the question that the house resolve itself into a committee of way
May 7, 1841 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
*Through Reuter's Ageney. WILLS AND BEQUESTS. LEGACIES FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.

*Through Reuter's Ageney. WILLS AND BEQUESTS. LEGACIES FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.

MIS WILLIAM WILAON-TODTh first baronet of Halnaby Hall, North Riding of Yorks. H.P. for the flowdenaltire Division of Yorkshire from 1892 to 1906, who died on April 10, aged 81, left estate valued at £56.1i0 10e. gwate, with net pemonalt y £46.691 9d. testator left £1,600 to the
June 15, 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

CROPS AND LIVE STOCK. The thunderstorms which were general throughout the southern part of the country last week caused considerable inconvenience and loss. Where the downpours were heaviest injury was done to mange's and potatoes, while the clovers and other hay were laid flat.
June 15, 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
NEW MISTRESS OF THE ROBES.

NEW MISTRESS OF THE ROBES.

The Queen has been graciously pleased to appoint the Ducheas of Devonshire to be Mistress ot the Robes. The Duchess of Devonshire, who as will be seen from the "Court Circular" was received by the Queen yesterday, is the elder daughter of Lord and Lady Lansdowne. She was born in
June 15, 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE R ETURN JOURNEY.

THE R ETURN JOURNEY.

At half-past 11 o'clock Mr. Hamilton started , 1 on the return flight to New York. He followed the Pennsylvania railway and passed dyer the station at Trenton, New Jersey. at , six minutes past 12. He was then flying at a height of about 400 ft. The special train , following him
June 15, 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE BUDAPEST MEETING.

THE BUDAPEST MEETING.

The conditions at Budapest on Sunday were so favourable an to allow the airmen to give flying demonstrations which meted live bouts. Baroness de Laroche on her A'obiln biplane rose to • height of 130 metres. and remained in the air for 20 minutes. The greatest altitude reached w
June 15, 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
LABOUR AND INDUSTRY. I1.•-THE STATE OF TRADE. (moat ova SPEC! COREMPONDENT.

LABOUR AND INDUSTRY. I1.•-THE STATE OF TRADE. (moat ova SPEC! COREMPONDENT.

The official returns of foreign trade show the following summary incremee in 1912 over 1911 :—lmports, 9.5 per cent.; experts. 7'3 per newt. ; re-export: , . 8.8 per cent. The month of December• taken alone., was* better in 1912 than in 1911 by 14 per cent., 7-4 per cont., and 6
February 21, 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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February 21, 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE GERMAN ROYAL BETROTHAL

THE GERMAN ROYAL BETROTHAL

A DYNASTIC RECONCILIATION. (mom OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BERLIN, FEB. 20. It is semi•officially announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland will pay a visit in the course of the next month to tho Emperor William and the German Empress at Potsdam. The German Empress and Prin
February 21, 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England