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PAbSE.VOLR SAILINGS. I From , Mu- C« v Pas concert b««oiiiar. Tons. for CHINA 7,812 -- t'eb. 2- Australia,lau»A,Chins,&C. Feb.

PAbSE.VOLR SAILINGS. I From , Mu- C« v Pas concert b««oiiiar. Tons. for CHINA 7,812 -- t'eb. 2- Australia,lau»A,Chins,&C. Feb.

26 Mur. 4 ana Kurrw u«m>. S,/o8 KeO. 20 Colombotubi OMcutUk o,aBa al.tr. 4 Mar. 11 AisimUa, i(idia,Cuinn,Ac. oLA,\iiA. .... Mar. •trait*. Ohiua, «nu'Japan. >t*j 7.612 Alar. 11 Mar. 18 and KurrandiM. SUMATRA . 4,cu/ alar. Caioutta. MAKaiOilA.. iJ,525 1. dar.2s -knitraun,iiidLt.Cn
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED AND TO

FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED AND TO

TSRIQHTON. 13, NOBFOLK-SQUARE. WELL-FURIS NISHSD and decorated. Near pier and lawns. Three reception. bedrooms, bath and c.). Perfect aaniUllon. Terms moderate. TbICHAiONp AND THE BIVBB.—For all tha best FURNISHED HOUSAo, Mil. PENNINGTON, F.A.I. Railway Stations, Richmond, Stra
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LOOKING GLASSES, Fiat* Glass Mirrors, in black bean frames, by IQs.; 42in. 24m., 125.; 48m. bj 2-nn., 13s. 6d.; 6Ctn.

LOOKING GLASSES, Fiat* Glass Mirrors, in black bean frames, by IQs.; 42in. 24m., 125.; 48m. bj 2-nn., 13s. 6d.; 6Ctn.

k?di., 175.; 72iu. by 24in., 205.; 72iu 39:u., 255.; by iliu., 6Cs.; 72m. 4Sln.. 405.; other s.xea equally cheap. Also Shop F.Ltings. Counters, Glass Cases. Desks, etc.—Frederick Maund, Shop Fumtsher, Old-street tCity end), near St. Luke’s Church. London, E.C. —M
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CASE OF MB. HARRY FOSTER.

CASE OF MB. HARRY FOSTER.

The Court of Appeal yesterday diamutod an application Mr. Harry Seymour Foster, ea- M.P., to expedite the bearing of an appeal had entered from the verdict and judgment entered against him m an action brought by the trustees of the will of the late Ur. Frederick Soameo. „ _ The
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
WHO ARE THE MODERATES?

WHO ARE THE MODERATES?

But for the School Board the Moderates would have been helpless in the coming contest, since the Central Conservatives have refused to be drawn into the fight. From School Board members the Moderate party has secured no lewcr 17 candidates. For the rest their new men are militar
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
DAMAGES AND A RAILWAY COMPANY.

DAMAGES AND A RAILWAY COMPANY.

In the Court Appeal yesterday, before the Master of tho Rolls and Lord Justice Bonier, matter cf Ncwstead and Another v. Laucashiro and Yorkshire Railway Company was again mentioned. Mr. Rufus Isaacs, K.C., said he appeared for the railway company, and he asked, ex parte, that t
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
THE NAVY SURPLUS.

THE NAVY SURPLUS.

The Appropriation Account of the suras granter Parliament tor Navy services for the year ended 31st March, 1903, was issued yesterday, together with statement of the surpluses and deficits upon the grants for Navy services for the year. They show all case in which the Navy Depar
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
BURNS MEMORIAL HOAX.

BURNS MEMORIAL HOAX.

The perpetrator of the Burns Temple hoax, who paid the sum £5O to the Kilmarnock In- firmary as some for the trick played upon the town, is not—if he can brought into the light of publicity—to allowed to escape so easily. Feeling runs very strongly on the matter. The name of pro
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TABLE TALK.

TABLE TALK.

In th« event of the persevering Lord Mojv pcth, who was nominated for South Birmingham yesterday, meeting with his usual luck will still have a vacant scat to fall back npon in St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin, where the Unionists no doubt would contrive to make room for a gentleman
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MOBS MILLIONS FOB WAB.

MOBS MILLIONS FOB WAB.

The House went into Committee of Supply on a Supplementary Vote of £2,700,(W0 for additional expenditure in respect of Army services. Mr. ARNOLD-FORSTER explained that the yote was a sweeping up of the outstanding accounts of the late war, supplemented by certain items which had
23 February 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England