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. ; SIXTY YEARS A60 AND AFTER.

BRITISH SHIPPING.|

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AN INDIAN PLOT. .

TO BATTLE WITH AIRSHIPS.

KHARtOUM CATHEDRAL. --"

.ALPINISTS IN.PERIL.

" AN AMERICAN TRIUMPH."

,MEAT TRUST INQUIRY. .'-

CZAR AND BRITISH M.P.%.

AMERICAN FOOTBALL -'

LAND-TAX DROPPED.

WELSH COUNTRY . HOMES. .

NEW BUKHARA UNREST.

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NEW BUKHARA UNREST. Russians Asked to Restore Order. St. Petersburg, Wednesday.-A telegram from New Bukhara "of yesterday's date says that in the course of one day isolated murders occurred in different parts-of the town of Kush. The Bey is collecting influential members of both parties to induce them to calm their co- religionists. The people are greatly excited against him and the shiahs who are intimate with him. No excitement against the Emir is perceptible. The-8annis are hostile to Russians living at New Bukhara on the ground that they are well disposed to the shiahs and also to Russian troops. Many persons, however, beg that the Russians will restore order in the town. Banks and several offices are sending gold and notes away. and Russian subjects are' leaving the town under the escort of Cossacks. If order is not restored soon Russian troops will occupy the town.-Reuter. Odessa, Weduesda-Y.-Russian infantry and Cossacks have quelled the religious rioting in New Bokhara. It is officially announced that the fighting between the Sunnite and Shiite resulted in 217 being killed and 339 wounded.

LATE KING'S SECURITIES.

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DANCERS SHOT DEAD. .

GRAND DAME'S PRECEDENCE.

MEMORIAL TO CARDINAL MANNING,

THE THAME8 DREADNOUGHT.

PRINCE LEOPOLD'S- ILLNESS.

THE ISSUE OF JE1 BANK NOTES.

' WELSH GLEANINGS. .