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PROFESSOR MAX MULLER AT BIRMINGHAM.

OPENING OF FIRTH COLLEGE BY…

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THE FIGHT WITH THE UTE INDIANS.

THE EARTHQUAKE IN HUNGARY.

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT BY FIRE…

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MR. GLADSTONE INTERVIEWED.

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THE ACCIDENT ON THE MICHIGAN…

PEASANT PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND.

THE MASSACRE AT CABUL.

FREE TRADE M AMERICA.

ARTIFICIAL BREEDING OF FISH.

THE LATE CONSUL HOPKINS.

SCIENTIFIC AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

DINING EN ROUTE.

A HOG-SCRAPING MACHINE.

■ & The FOREIGN COAL and IRON…

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■ & The FOREIGN COAL and IRON TR^^ In the Belgian coal trade large orders offered by Belgian ironmasters, who feel present circumstances, they cannot ensure coal for too long a period in advance. Contract* t years have been offered but have been steadiJX^f by Belgian coal-owners. Seferal BelgianooWprf, J* prietors have attempted an advance of lOd^pt^W^ for industrial coal; the rise haB been K i? regards small quantities, but it has not lished with equal readiness as regards imP liveries. Domestic qualities of coal ba^^d^Jw' strong demand in Belgium, and a rise has lished in these descriptions without muc» ^PyjCl The Belgian iron trade continues to mation. The reports current are rather co eJJj in some respects but still they show tb» tfr J been upon the whole a very marked According both to producers of J forgemasters, the rise is gaining strength j day. Most of the works in the CharleJ0 1 now engaged with orders for sever** f J advance. —g s