Hide Articles List

11 articles on this Page

IMEMORIAL TO THOMAS CLARKSON.

[No title]

THE (PROPOSED PARTIAL DISABMA.!…

FARMING IN SCOTLAND.

THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER ON…

Advertising

THE BISHOP OF BEDFORD ON "BOOKS,…

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

A Berlin telegram says that, in consequence or the high price of corn and other articles of consumption, it is doubtful whether the German Government will adhere to its original proposal of levying the corn duties from the 1st of next January. Sir John Heatbcote Amory, M.P., of Tiverton, has Informed his tenants that 20 per cent. will be allowed off thtir rents In the case of all who pay at his half-yeariy audit early next month. Ou Tuesday a conference of the Miners' Associations of the United Kingdom was opened at Leeds Mr. A Macdonald, M.P presided over the meeting, and delegates representing the mining interest in all parts of the kingdom were prssent. OQ Wednesday the Conference was resumed under the presidency of Mr A. Macdonald, M. P Fifteen delegates, representing 160,000 miners, were presmt Tfie emigration scheme was uuder discussion, and it was decided thit it should take a national form, and be wotked eutireh free from any existing institution. The funds raised by the Society will be expended in grants of six pounds each to men who go to the United States, and of twelve pounds to emigrants to the Australian Colonies. Members of six months' standing are tope eligible to ballot for the grants.

GYMNASTICS BY STEAK POWER.

MR. W. E. FORSTER, M.P., ON…

[No title]