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WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION.

WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION.

The Standard observes that the Workmen’s Compensation Bill read a third time the House of Lords last night, and now awaits only the final judgment the Commons on the modifications which have .been made during its progress through the Upper Chamber. The process of adjustment is n
30 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1897.

THE GLOBE, FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1897.

30 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CABINET.

THE CABINET.

The Committee of the Cabinet met at the Foreign Office this morning. Lord Salisbury, the Duke of Devonshire, Mr. Balfour, the Lord Chancellor, the Home Secretary, and Air. Chamberlain were present. PENDING ELECTION. LOUD C. BEBBSPOED AND SHEFFIELD. The Press Association states t
24 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
. JULY 24. 1897.

. JULY 24. 1897.

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24 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE DIAMOND JUBILEE.

THE DIAMOND JUBILEE.

Though the list of entertainments is not yet exhausted” the Imperial Jubilee has. remarks the Standard,” now been virtually brought to an end, and, looking back on all that has happened during the past fortnight, we may indeed congratulate ourselves the manner in which the 60th
05 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Need foe Delibeb&tion.

Need foe Delibeb&tion.

The “Chronicle” states;—Australian federation is sure, we tnink, precede Imperial Federation.” The separate Australian colonies will wait until they can approach the mother country with something of the collective dignity and force which Canada has attained. Such a work of state
05 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A PREMIUM ON SEDITIOUS WRITING

A PREMIUM ON SEDITIOUS WRITING

The reappointment by Lord Sandhurst, Governor of Bombay, of Gangudbar Tilak, of Poonab, the ovner an English and vernacular journal which bnvc been conspicuous for the use of incendiary language against those engaged in the suppression of the plague, to a seat in the local Legis
05 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY IN INDIA.

THE ARMY IN INDIA.

The Legislative Council of India, as we announced yesterday, lias passed the Bill by which the mischievous law adopted two yean ago with regard to the health of the Army is repealed. The regulations to which the new legislation gives effect are not, in our judgment, as have said
23 July 1897 - Globe - London, London, England