Hide Articles List

19 articles on this Page

-------THE BALTIC.

[No title]

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

HAVRE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.- The Gold Medal of the above exhibition has been awarded to Mr. George Borwick for his justly celebrated Baking Powder. MURDER NEAR READING.âAbout four o'clock on Tuesday morning two navvies knocked at the door of the Flowery Spring public-house, in the village of Sonning, near Reading, and required refreshment, which the landlady refused to supply. They then broke open the door, and a lodger in the public-house offering re- sistance, a fight ensued. The lodger was killed, and the murderers took to flight. Two navvies answering their description, at work close by on the repairs oi Sonning Lock, have absconded, and are supposed to be the perpetrators of this outrage.- Reading Times. "ENOCH ARDEN" WITH A DIFFERENCE.âA singular variation on the Enoch Arden romance is narrated as an incident of last week in a country town of Cork. The heroine of the adventure, married ten years ago, was shortly afterwards forsaken by her hus- band, who emigrated to America. At the end of nine years she married again, the second husband, like the first, belonging to the labouring class. Soon after this the return of the first husband was reported whereupon the woman, who had kept the fact of her first marriage a profound secret, immediately disappeared, and the I most diligent search by both husbands has failed to dis- cover her retreat.

THE COURT.t

---THE ARTS, LITERATURE, &c.

------_._----PIGEON EAGES…

THE BRITISH GbBN TRADE.

AGRICULTURE.

HIJSTTS UPON GARDENING.

I;j'" WHY DO THEY BIE ?

Facts and Facetiae, >-I

.... ATTEMPTED SUICIDE THROUGH…

NO EPSOM DERBY IN 1869?

NEW ZEALAND IN 1867.

A GALIFORNIAN WEDDING.

..-.L DARING BURGLARIES IN…

MADAME RAOHEL AGAIN.

-=--""'::"--: Our ivjLxcjcciiaiiy.

[No title]