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THE MAHDI SUING FOR PEACE.

WITH GENERAL EARLE'S COLUMN.

DIFFICULTY OF COMMUNICATING…

EFFECl OF LORD WOLSELEY'S…

EXPECTED RETREAT OF OSMAN…

ENGLAND, TURKEY, AND EGYPT.

EGYPTIAN FINANCE.

ACTIVE OPERATIONS IMMINENT.

RUMOURED DECLARATION OF WAR.

DEBATE-IN THE. FRENCH CHAMBER.

THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. |

THE FENIAN OUTRAGE IN NEW…

FURTHER FRENCH TROUBLES IN…

MR. VANDERBILT AND GENERAL…

GERMAN COLONISATION IN WEST…

PROPOSED BRITISH ANNEXATION…

THE ABYSSINIAN MISSION.

DECORATIONS FOR PRINCE EDWARD…

DEATH OF AN EX-AMERICAN VICE-PRESIDENT.

FRANCE AND GERMANY.

SOCIALIST MURDER IN GERMANY.

GERMAN CORN DUTIES.

--AUSTRALIA AND THE GERMAN…

THE DIVISIONS OF CARMARTHENSHIRE.

THE PROPOSED LOCAL LABOUR…

POPULATION AND REPRESENTATION.

F, ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES.…

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SUGGESTED CANDIDATES FOR WELSH…

A CAMBRIAN SOCIETY FOR SOUTH…

CORRESPONDENCE.

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DEATH OF THE EAKL OF !* A…

BRITISH FEEti TRADE TlON.…

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BRITISH FEEti TRADE TlON. j A special meeting of the Sheffield Chamber oA Commerce has been summoned to consider a re3.f lution by Mr. F. Brittain. The resolution is favour of a memorial being presented to the Prifp Minister praying that the Government will in^L. to conference, to be held in London, credited rep^ sentatives from all our colonies and dependent j for the purpose of considering the expediency establishing a Zoll Verein, or Customs' League, tr ¡ means of which absolute free trade might be est». lished between all parts of the British Empire, aO further, of considering upon what conditions V. produce and manufacture of foreign natio i should be admitted into the British Zoil Verein- |

KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW, LOJNDO^'f…

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