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JOSEPH Clliom STEEL PENS.

JOSEPH Clliom STEEL PENS.

Numbers for use by BANKERS:-Barrel Peas, 225, 226,261 Slip Pens. 3,52, 909. 287, 166, 404. Fine, Medium, and Points.
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS.

FASHIONS.

pETER ROBINSON pEGENT-ST. (252 to 264). TTAKKBKOTHEK, ELLIS, EGER, TUW, GALSWORTHY CO. will liOiU bALLS by o» FKEKUOLU and Leasehold Keveruon-t, iiuneals, Ac., the Mart, Tokenhouac-y iird, opposite il»c Sauk o and, on (he .oituwtug uaics. Other nlmcnta for intermediate Sa svii>
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CONDITION OF UGANDA. STATEMENT BY THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

THE CONDITION OF UGANDA. STATEMENT BY THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

Major T, Ternan, D. 5.0., Deputy Commissioner in Uganda, has just arrived from the protectorate, having left Port Alice immediately on the conclusion of the fighting in Budu. In an interview with a representative of Reuter’s Agency, and in reply to questions, Major Ternan said :
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE FRENCH AND ZANZIBAR

THE FRENCH AND ZANZIBAR

M. Hanotaux has received a letter from M. Louis Brunet, in which the deputy for Reunion informs the Minister for Foreign Affairs his intention to question him in the Chamber regarding the state of things in Zanzibar, where, M. Brunet declares, French subjects no longer receive t
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE. THE HOTEL CECIL RESTAURANT.

ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE. THE HOTEL CECIL RESTAURANT.

7Ae most delicate Cuisine in Europe. THE RENDEZVOUS OF THE CONNOISSEUR. Magnificent Suites of Rooms for Private and Public Banquets. G. P. BERTINI, Manager. The St. James’s Gazette. THIRD EDITION. THE RECONQUEST OF THE SOUDAN. CAMPAIGN TO BE RESUMED JANUARY. The Cairo correspond
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
MORE OFFICERS FOR LAGOS.

MORE OFFICERS FOR LAGOS.

A number of officers sail to-day from Liverpool in the British and African Company's steamship Accra. All are going to the Lagos hinterland. It is stated (says Reuter’s Liverpool correspondent) that these special-service officers are not going out to be under the Lagos Governmen
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
Total (for seven wickets) THE QUEENSLAND ELEVEN.

Total (for seven wickets) THE QUEENSLAND ELEVEN.

324 Erisbane, Nov. 13. —The Queensland Eleven, who will oppose Mr. Sloddart’s team here on Ibe 26th inst., will be constituted as follows : —Biadlcy, Bvrn, Donahoo, Jones, Long, Macdonald, Richardson, and Turner, assisted by the New South Wales men—Gregory, Iredalc, McKibbinor P
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE. THE ENGINEERING DISPUTE.

ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE. THE ENGINEERING DISPUTE.

the preliminary conference postponed. The preliminary conference which was to have been held yesterday between two representatives of the Employers’ Federation and the Amalgamated Society of Engineers respectively was postponed owing to a slight hitch, little or no importance, h
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY

RAILWAY

Mr. George Jackson, stationappointed superintendent of the Railway. Mr. Jackson has been in for the past seventeen years. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD LAND IN THE CITY. The site in Fenchurch-strect formerly belonging the East and est India Dock Company, having a fronlage to Fenchu
13 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
V St. James’s G

V St. James’s G

No. 5416.- Voi* XXXV. BRINBMEAD PIANOS. LATEST AWARDS. AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, BRISBANE. 1887 . SPECIAL FIRST DIPLOMA with GOLD MBDAL FOR GRAND PIANOS. SPECIAL FIRST DIPLOMA with GOLD MBDAL FOR UPRIGHT PIANOS. FIRST ORDER OP MERIT «nd GOLD FOR GRAND PIANOS. FIRST OR
15 November 1897 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England