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THE SITUATION IN UGANDA.

THE SITUATION IN UGANDA.

BSPLY OF THE BRITISH EAST AFRICA COMPANY. ~ Pans, Monday (Beu*ar).—The situation in Uganda and the cclcts between the hotestants and the Cathdia there sea warmly diamaawi by morning's journals. The "Figaro* expresses the hop© that the French Government will able obtain sstiarfac
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ITALIAN CRISIS.

THE ITALIAN CRISIS.

Rome, Monday (Center —At the opening to-day's i sitting of the Chamber of Deputies, Signur Bianchen 1 aasiun«-d the Presidency orf re-election to that post. taking his seat, the President addressed fow words to the House, strongly recommending concord and moderation. Hi.* remark
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BERLIN SOCIALISTS AND THE POLICE.

BERLIN SOCIALISTS AND THE POLICE.

Berlin, Monday (Hunter). —Yesterday Herr Pen*. Socialist writer, was conveyed gaol undergo six months' imprisnnment whioh had been vntpaopd, when the conduct hi* napporters, numbering several hundreds, who him, became agxnessive that the polk** were com- to disperse tii«n with d
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RUSSIAN JEWS.

RUSSIAN JEWS.

St Petersburg, Sunday (iieuter).—The Minister the Interior has issued circular explaining that tlx* L'kase 14*87, Jews authorised to reside anywhere the empire have also the right of engaging in commercial and industrial undertakings. The Cabinet has grant various immunities Jew
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE QUEBEC SCANDALS.

THE QUEBEC SCANDALS.

Quebec, Monday (Renter). —The investigation another series accusations the Mender, Ist) Premier the province of was opened there to-day. The charge* were that Mr. was guilty in connection with the susjeidiue granted to the Kay Chalenrs Railway The first count taken was one charg
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A great fire occurred on Sunday at the manufacturing town of Enschede (Netherlands;. An important steam cotton mill, comprising 12,000

A great fire occurred on Sunday at the manufacturing town of Enschede (Netherlands;. An important steam cotton mill, comprising 12,000

spindles, was totally destroyed. This throws 150 hands out of employment'
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LABOUR CONGRESS IN ROME.

LABOUR CONGRESS IN ROME.

Bome, Monday - Republican 'Laboor Congveae to-day adopted a favour the eatabliahment Federation the Italy, and appelated a committee carry the decision into effect. t
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROPOSED ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS FOB HULL.

PROPOSED ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS FOB HULL.

A special meeting the Hull Town Council was held yesterday, consider an agreement which the Works Cummittee proposed should entered into with a syndicate for the establishment of electric tram-cars ; the borough. The Mayor (Mr. E. Roteon) was in the chair.— Aid. Larard (Chairman
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Some particulars as to ths earnings of hotel servaata are given article iu Casaell's Saturday Journal. who 44 run" big

Some particulars as to ths earnings of hotel servaata are given article iu Casaell's Saturday Journal. who 44 run" big

eatablishmsnts this kiad want managers, and managers can command from £100 to £500 a year ; more exceptional cases. Tn«n, with regard to cooks, competent women can be had from £20 £80 year; ehefi require from £100 to £350, and aome £500. Even the heads of departments large hotel
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Suoo.—At meeting of Unionist electors held yesterday Sligo, Col. Ffolliott and Mr. Owen Wynn were unanimously to contest the North

Suoo.—At meeting of Unionist electors held yesterday Sligo, Col. Ffolliott and Mr. Owen Wynn were unanimously to contest the North

and South divisions the county at the general election. T. C. Edwards Moss, Conservative Member for Widnee Division of T .sera shire, yesterday intimated that owing to ill-health will not seek re-election. The resignation was accepted with regret meeting of the Executive Committ
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England