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THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

I 7rCTY OFFICE, Chsnge-aUeyj COorntiV. Ifonday, One o'ock. The fortnightly settlement commenced to-day in the Stock Markets, and, so far as was ascertained in the early hours, there was generally a scarcity of stock, a condition of the markets which was confirmed by the steady m
14 September 1874 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASioNAL NOTES. IThe controversy which is now going on on the subject of the recent torpedo experiments seems to us to raise two questions which the dis- putants have not been sufficiently careful to keep distinct-the question of the utility of these experiments to ourselves, a
14 September 1874 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
A NATURALIST'S REVERIE.

A NATURALIST'S REVERIE.

Lisso-u willow wands clothe the banks of the rocky stream, hazel and primrose braes taking up the picture beyond. Here on the margin of the stream the redpoles nest, and a pretty spot it is. The silver birch-the lady of the woods-lifts her frail form, and hangs out her green cat
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE TRUTHSEEKERS' SOCIETY.

THE TRUTHSEEKERS' SOCIETY.

THE TRUTHSEEKERS' SOCIETY 11R. DANIEL MCEWEN sends us the following "proposal for social and educational co-operation." His proposal is, we understand, likely to take form this winter in Scuth London:- At the last annual meeting of the Co-operative Guild, Mr. Thomas Hughes pointe
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CATHOLIC VOTE AT THE SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

THE CATHOLIC VOTE AT THE SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.

THE CATHOLIC VOTE AT YErE SCHOOL BOARD - ELECTIOzV. CARDINAL MANNING has just concluded a series of three sermons at the Pro. Cathedral on " Education," in the course of which he has pretty fully stated his views upon the much vexed School Board question. The Act of 1870, which w
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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This Evening's News.

This Evening's News.

?? -CM-be?liaxlj ?? ENGLAND -AND BURIAHI. REPORTED FIRING UPON. EUROPEANS. Tile Jrralu'taY with two steaan'latinehs, left Rangoon yesterday for the 1lurmese frontier. It is renorted in Rangono that the steamer D)-wocnw, withn Europeans on board. has been fired upon from the I.inh
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

THIS DAY'S MONEY MARKET.

I Crry 0rrt3c, 2o, Bwhktersanrp, BC. Trhmudsaj,, Trvcve o'clock. The directors of the Bank of England at their meeting to-day made no change in the Bank rate. Dealings are not very brisk on the Stock Exchange this morning, atten- tion still being directed to the arrangement of t
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE STORY OF THE SECRET COMMISSION.

THE STORY OF THE SECRET COMMISSION.

TIHE STORY OF TIHlE SECRET COMMISSION. MR. STEAD'S DEFENCE AT THE OLD BAILEY. TI1E following is the su Stance of Mr. Stead's speech to the jury at the Old 3aidcY yesterday _ T£tE LIZ OF' I:)EIENCE. I ?? to set forth my case as briefly as I can by telling von a plain, straightfurw
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

GOVERN M ENT PROSECUTION MR. STEAD AND MR. BRAMWELL BOOTH, AND THEIR ASSISTANTS, DEFENCE FUND. TREASURERS.-ALEXANDER McARTHUR, Esq., M.P.; Professor STUART, M.P. Subscription does oat imnply approval of all she means adapted by Mr. Stead and his friends, nor any opinion On the me
29 October 1885 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
At Home and Abroad.

At Home and Abroad.

ITU Vaurt ifnlr q-brialf. Full reports have now been received of the Italian defeat near Massowab. According to these the Abyssinian force numbered nearly 20,0a0 men, while the fialians, according to previous accounts, mustered about 8go. The Italians received the enemy in square
14 February 1887 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England