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OLD SONGS BEFORE THE QUEEN.

OLD SONGS BEFORE THE QUEEN.

A very pleasing innovation was introduced this week in a musical programme rendered before the Queen at Osborne House a night or two since, which, the London correspondent of the Birmingham Post thinks, deserves note. Madame Nordica and Mr. Plunket Greene were the vocalists, wit
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
A NEW FEATURE-THE ARMY PAY CORPS.

A NEW FEATURE-THE ARMY PAY CORPS.

A most important Ro)al Warrant has been promulgated by Sir Redvers Buller, Adjutant-General of the Army, defining the rates of pay and the regulations as to appointment and service of soldiers employed as clerks in the pay offices of the army. A new corps is formed, to be styled
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
LOCAL OFFICIALS FINED.

LOCAL OFFICIALS FINED.

For being drunk while in charge of a horse and trap, C. J. Humphrey, an L.C.C. veterinary inspector, was yesterday tined 40s. at the South-Western Police-court ; and at Marylebone, Mr. H. H. Bridgeman, a St. Pancras vestryman, was ordered promptly to remedy a defective drain in
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
BOOKS RECEIVED YESTERDAY.

BOOKS RECEIVED YESTERDAY.

BIACKMORE, R. D. "Lorna Doone : a Romance of Exmoor." (Sampson Low.) Pp. 517. Price 2s. 6d.—The new cheap edition. Contains an excellent photogravure portrait of the author. BEACH, GEORGE, MA., LL.D. "Standard V. aad VI. Historical Reader." (W. H. Allen.) Pp. 228. Price ls. 3d.—
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
CONTINENTAL REPORTS.

CONTINENTAL REPORTS.

Bale's Radix, fine morning. 57 ; lisrsse, blue sky, warm sun, 57; Balsas Maoliss, fire morning, 57; Brunei-, lovely morning, 55; Brussels, fine, some clouds, 59; fine. some clouds, no wind, moderate sea, 62 ; Cass, lovely morning. 57 ; a, blue sky, warm sun, 61; Listens', fine,
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CARRIER-PIGEON CONTEST.

THE CARRIER-PIGEON CONTEST.

Telegraphing from Beriin last night the Standard's representative says : "The first of the Berlin carrier pigeons that started at Vienna on Monday only arrived here at 40 minutes past seven this morning. It was, moreover, in a very bad condition. With a large number of other Ber
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
AUGUST 4, 1893•

AUGUST 4, 1893•

August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
TESTED FOR PURITY, NON-SHkINKING, AND STRENGTH.

TESTED FOR PURITY, NON-SHkINKING, AND STRENGTH.

from Chill in all Climates. TRA DEA MAML
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
PLEASURE TRIPS. &c. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. BURNHAM BEECHES. A SERVICE of OMNIBUSES rune DAILY between SLOUGH STATION and BURNHAM BEECHES

PLEASURE TRIPS. &c. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. BURNHAM BEECHES. A SERVICE of OMNIBUSES rune DAILY between SLOUGH STATION and BURNHAM BEECHES

in direct communication with certain trains from and to PADDINGTON. Return fares : London and Burnham Beeches, Ist clam, en.; 2nd class, Se.; 3rd class, 3s. 6d. Similar tickets are issued from certain station( on the METROPOLITAN, DIsTRICT, and NORTH LONDON RAILWAYS. For full pa
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONG LEASEHOLD PREMISES, in commandin position in Covent Garden dis. trict, TO BE S OLD. Very suitable for Bank Insurance

LONG LEASEHOLD PREMISES, in commandin position in Covent Garden dis. trict, TO BE S OLD. Very suitable for Bank Insurance

Company, any business requiring bold, handsome building. Fee partkular , apply X. V. Z.. Advertisement Depirtillellt, WESTIN IN GAZIITTS Office, Tudor Street, Black friar% E.C.
August 4, 1893 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England