Hide Articles List

14 articles on this Page

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

A WONDERFUL BLIND CARRIER.

[No title]

WESLEY AN MISSION TO OHINA.

A WILL CASE.

.------_--__-_-.-----BURNING…

ONLY A LARK.

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

THE CASE OF TOOM-ER.âA letter has been re- ceived from the Homo-office,, by Mr. W. R. Bartlett,.o Reading, solicitor to the father of Neville Maskelyne Toomer (the circumstances of whose case are well-khown) informing that gentleman that the Right Hon. S. H. Walpole, her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, having given a most careful and anxious consideration to the whole matter, feels it to be, his duty to recommend her Majesty to remit the remaining .por- tion of Toomer's sentence. "NOTHING NEW UNDER THE Sü." It is said that international exhibitions are not modern in- ventions after all, and that the first effort .in .this direc- tion was made some 1,800 years ago by the Emperor Nero, of whom Seneca says in one of his letters :1 was preseiit-the other day at the .solemn exhibition of the riches of Rome, where I saw marvellous chefs d/micvre; there were also exquisite cloths, hangings and costume,s, which had come from beyond the limits, of the Roman frontiers." Roman frontiers."

[No title]

\ SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A…

' COUNSEL'S FEES IN THE STATE…

--",,-----------------_-----.…

CONVICTION OF ~A GANG OF BURGLARS.

-."----_-_ THE FENIAN TRIALS.