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WEEKLY PAPERS.

WEEKLY PAPERS.

WEEKLY PAPERS published in the evening receive full supplies of news by subscribing for Services Nos. 4,5, and 7, which are supplied one day per week for 2s. 6d. on a twelve months' order. published in the morning, say at 3 . a.m., W E EKLY PAPERS p will receive full supplies of
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL PRESS TELEGRAMS

CENTRAL PRESS TELEGRAMS

MR. DIXON, ,M.P., ON ARMY EXPENDITURE Mr. George Dixon, M.P., having received a letter from several of his constituents at Birmingham, urging him to y resist the Government proposal for increased outlay upon armaments, has replied : " It affords me much pleasure to assure you th
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TELEGRAPH CObIPAIHES.

TELEGRAPH CObIPAIHES.

Pd Pd 100 75( 761 10 Groat Northern,Nthern .... 111 111 . 76' 6 6 Great 10 (L) 127 130 Japan Extension.. 8 81 130, 29, 81 5 Indo-European (L).. 12 14 100 Atlantic — 10 Marseilles, Algiers, 100 1)0 — and Malta (L) .... 62 72 A ustraln (Ll 42, 3-16 10 Mediterrn Ex (L ) .. 41 51 10
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH CABLE.

THE IRISH CABLE.

The ladies' bathing place, on the shiugley beach at flown, County Dublin, was on Wednesday last invaded, much to the wonderment of the natives, by the party of electricians who have gone over to lay the new Irish cable. The occasion was, however, understood generally to be one o
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ARTISTS' ORPHAN FUND.

ARTISTS' ORPHAN FUND.

• The Committee of the Artists' General Benevolent Institution have inaugurated a Movement to raise an Artists' Orphan Fun tin order to secure the support and education of the children of meritorious artists. It is proposed to educate the recipients of the bounty by placing them
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FEEDING THE PARISIANS.

FEEDING THE PARISIANS.

The feeding of the population with British bread and cheese is going on apace. I visited the Bon Marche, and found M. Boucicault and his whole establishment serving out provisions to delighted crowds. He was assisted by about 50 of the young men and women who in ordinary times a
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE GERMANS IN PARIS.

THE GERMANS IN PARIS.

It is confirmed that Orsini bombs have been seized in Paris, and other signs lead to fear that bloody conflicts would take place, despite all the efforts and precautionary measures taken by the French authorities, should the Germans enter Paris. It is, therefore, believed that t
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKING COMPANIES.

BANKING COMPANIES.

Pd 10 Agra Bank ILI A ~,, 9) 10 Im p erial Ottoman 25 Alliance IL) 10 Anglo-Austrian . 1 epm 20 Lou Char of Austrlia 24 25 20 Anglo-Egyptian (1), 221 23 20 Loudon and County 501 511 23, 21 15 London Joint-stock 78 79 50 British N American 52 53 38}, 8,1, 8 20 Ch of India, Austrl
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE,

NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE,

AGITA. AMARELLA. restores the Human Hair to its pristine hue, no matter at what age. JOHN GOSNELL and CO, have at length, with the aid of one of the most eminent Chemists, succeeded in perfecting this wonderful liquid. It is now offered to the public in a more concentrated form,
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. BROWNE ON PERFIDY.

MR. BROWNE ON PERFIDY.

When all the world is laughing, and half the world is chuckling, at the results of that unfortunately comic action for breach of promise, " Currie v. Currie," Mr. G. A.. Browne comes forward to claim his share in the pleasant notoriety. He regrets extremely that he was not put o
February 25, 1871 - Sun (London) - London, London, England