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THE AFBIDIS’ aems. WHERE THEY COME FROM. INDIAN CORRESPONDENT.) came aa » great surprise to most to find what immense

THE AFBIDIS’ aems. WHERE THEY COME FROM. INDIAN CORRESPONDENT.) came aa » great surprise to most to find what immense

supply erf anna of a good type, were -guessed by the itrans-frontier tribes, notwithstanj 1 the stringent regulations which were into force in India to prevent the filtration arms and ammunition across the frontier. The sveans which the tribes became possessed of tfxera may be s
26 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE KUMASI RAILWAY.

THE KUMASI RAILWAY.

Ashantiland has undergone many changes since the name of its ruler was a word of terror even British territory. But beginning is about to made with work whoso completion will entirely alter all existing conditions—apolitical, commercial, and sanitary. On Saturday, three British
24 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. MONDAY. JANUARY 24. 1898.

THE GLOBE. MONDAY. JANUARY 24. 1898.

THE STOCK EXCHANGE. TO-DAY’S TAPE PEICES. exchange special wise.) The dosin- price? Saturday »re given in perentlMMe. Led M.U, indicate, the Bottling prim. UKITIbH FUNDS. U2'/(Ooiisul»(2%p.c.).-(112%%) 30.47-112% •% 12-5-112* Ditto Aooonnt.-(ll2ii ft) 10.47-112*% 12.5-112{i Two.
24 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Pedesteianism.

Pedesteianism.

The half-mile race between G. B. Tinder, Dublin, and C. H. Kilpaltrick, of Now York, for JESO a-slde, was decided on the Rochdale Athletic Ground Saturday. Tinder, who as an amateur proved wonder, turned professional about three years and from one to three miles stands as one of
24 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
’VARSITY JOTTINGS. (FROM OUR OW.V CORRESPOND ENTs ) OXFORD. During the past week, and especially and Saturday, Oxford has been

’VARSITY JOTTINGS. (FROM OUR OW.V CORRESPOND ENTs ) OXFORD. During the past week, and especially and Saturday, Oxford has been

gradually and there are only few men who have not a' ? come up. There have not been many changes the vacation; but by the deaths of Dean •* Lewis 'Carroll,” not merely Christ Church Oxford, but the world of literature, have ios-! scholars whose places will be difficult fin/- fun
24 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
hotels & Jygbros for tourists & famines.

hotels & Jygbros for tourists & famines.

hotels & for tourists & famines. » ■RF'RTSTWYTH —Soft Atlantic Breeze*. Pure Water from Plinlimmon,and excellent Dr&in. Patronage. Moderate Tonne.-Apply PEOPRIETOB. . TBOURNEMOUTEL—-Rt)YAL BATH HOTEL. Pat.bTH R.H. Pnnceof W I.oooft. Sea Front. Tariff Application. Compariaon inrit
24 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PREPARED FROM FINEST ENGLISH BEEF.

PREPARED FROM FINEST ENGLISH BEEF.

NEW PUBLICATIONS. JJURST AND BLACKETT’S NEW BOOKS. NEW NOVEL BY MRS. HERBERT MARTIN.—On FRIDAY NEXT, January 2Sth, in One vo!., crown Bvo, price ALOW-BORN LASS. By Mrs. Herbert Martin, Author of Gunllcr.iau George,” Britomart,” Ac. NEW WORK BY MR. MACKENZIE BELL. FIRST EDITION O
24 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Mr. Campbell, Q.C. (C.) ... Count Plunkett ('N.)

Mr. Campbell, Q.C. (C.) ... Count Plunkett ('N.)

Unionist maj Previous election* hav* ority 144 resulted as follow*: 1895 (by-election). Mr. W. Kenny (U.) Mr. P. llahony |F.) Unionist majority 432 1895 (General Election). Mr, W. Kenny (U.) 3,661 Connt Plankett (P.) 3,205 Unionist majority 456 1892, 1888 (by-election). Mr. Dick
22 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RECEIPTS.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RECEIPTS.

The following table, from the Economist.” shows the traffic receipts for the past week and for the half year, together with those of the corresponding periods of last year. Week’s Receipts. 1898.“ English. Cambrian Fnrness Great Central. Great Eastern GrcatNrthn .. Great Western
22 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
after the superb examples has been seeing at Agra, Delhi, and Lahore. At all events, he must proceed past Allahabad,

after the superb examples has been seeing at Agra, Delhi, and Lahore. At all events, he must proceed past Allahabad,

at the confluence the Ganges and the Jumna, and the largest junction station India—to Benares. A day or two days lie must give to Benares, tlio capital city of the Hindoo faith. Passing gently down the stream of the Ganges in boat secs the finest river frontage in I long series
22 January 1898 - Globe - London, London, England