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INDEX TO "THE TIMES^^'IeWSPAPER. 



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I^ErEBlilrcB.-^TT^ Timet Neirspaper hating a separate paginatiott to each number, the folfowinjf 
method is adopted to suit it to any file : thus 8 o 1 1 e means 8th Oct., page 1 1 column 6 ; the italic 
letter after the first figure noting the month, and the italic letter (according to alphabet) after tbcf 
second figure noting we column of the page* 



A. 
Aberoom (Duke of) and the Unionist Leaders, 

28 d7/ 
Aberdeen (Lord) on the Suppression of the 

White Slave Trafl9c« U dldb 
Abinger (Lord) on the North Sea Outrage, 29 o 

9d 
Abyssinia. German Commercial Mission to, 6 ^ 

e «— 7 d 6/~9 d 3 d— 12 d 6 /'— 2tyi 4 a 
Academy of Dramatic Art» 6 o 7 /— 15 n 6/^ 

.29 11 11 tf— 15 d9d 
ACOIDENTS :— 

-*— Alpine Accidents, 7 o 3/^10 o 4 a 
-i^- Antwerp, Fatal Shell Explosion near, 8 o 

-^ Birmingham Fatal Explosion in, 11 olOe 

— 12<>4/ 
^i— Bloomsbury, Oaa Explosion in. 16 d l^d 
Boating Accident, FaUl, 2edBh 

— Bosanquet, W. H., Found Dead, 1 1 o 4 ^ 
*— Bradford, Gas Explosion in, 9 </ 5 a 

— — Bradwell and Fogarty; Accidentally 

Drowned. 30 il 8 i 
..^— Brighton, Tramcar Accident at, 22 o 9/ 
Charleston, Collapse of a Bridge at. Fatal, 

16<i7/ 
— — Coliseum Theatre, St. Martin's Lane, Fall 

•f Scenery at, HdlXe 
^m-^ Connaught, Duke of. Injured by his Motor 

Car Colliding, 14 o 7 0—15 o U/— 17 o 6 a^l9 

d7rf— 20o7/— 21o7/ 

— ■ Letter on, 17 o 5 o 

_ Hackney, Collapse of a Buildmg at, 22 ir 4/ 
m — Harding, CoL Colin, Injured by Liona, 81 

r9« 
«— in Ireland, Explosion, 1 1 o 8 a 
* — Lillie Road, CoUapse of a Bridge in, 8 o 1 1 tf 
.i-> London, Gas Explosions in, 3 o 9 a * 
«^- Mansfield, Mrs., and her Son, Killed by an 

Eseapeof Gas,30ci9& 
•— Motor Car Aceidenta. 8 o 5/— 14 0-7 tf-^7 

* Letter on, 7 n 4 « 

«... ^d'Keni Boad, a Tramoar Caught Fire in, 

3&»7d 



I 



Aoddenttf {tomtinxttdX 

— Stalybridge, Fatal Tramway Accident near, 
12 o 4/ 

— - Thornton, (3en., Killed by a Fall from his 
Bicycle, 17 o 7 d 

-» Walker, Kate, Injured by a Hoarding Fall- 
ing on her, 8 n 9 s 

^— Woolwich, Three Men Drowned at, 1 <^ 6 / 

Wynne, Trooper Thomas, Found Dead, 2G 

d%f 

AOOIDEMTS-MININO :— 

at Bbbw Vale Steel Works, 19 i 10 & 

^— Great Laxey Lead Mines, Fatal. 12 d 7 d 

— at Maesteg Deep Colliery, Fatal, 16 » 6 J 

at the Morrissey Collieries, Fatal, 21 a 6 fl' 

AOOIDENTS— BAILWAY :— 

at Aberdare, Si d^ § 

— in America. 806/ 

at Aylesbury, Fatal 24 d 9 a-^26 d9o 

— - at Broad Street Station, Official Report, $ 
08/ 

at C^aren Arms, 80 </ 4 d 

— - at Crewe Station, 21 </ 10 a 

at Eastleigh Station, 6 4 

in Egypt, Fatal, 27 d 3/ 

at Forden Station, 28 « 4 •—29 n6b 

.— - in Glasgow, 21 o 4 « 

Official Beport, 21 d 4/ 

— near Hessle Station, Fatal, 30 d 8 d 
^— between Isleham and Mildeohall, 8 d 11 V 
— ^ near Loughor Station, Fatal. 4 o 7/— 6 a 9 
e— 6 5 d— 8 9/— 10 7« 

Official Inquiry, 26 6 6—27 080 
» Letter on, 3lo 11 « 
in Manchester, 1 1 9 d 
in Missouri, Fatal, 11 o 8/— 1 nQd 
in Paris, 24 d 4 a— 26 d 3/ 
at ^now Hill Station, 20 d 9/ 
near Talycafn, Official Report, 7 o4/ 
near Todmorden, 6 d 6^ 
at Tonteg, Official Report^ 14 d 6 ^ 
at Trent Valley, 2» nr & 6 
at Warribfton, 24 d 9 <^ 
I Aehiin, the DUteh> in^ 4 o 6V— 8b ft 6' a* 
— FighUng in, 26 obf 
Aoland (.— ) and Secondary Edttoation, 21 d 4 d^ 



I 



*Ki:iaHKM'ft iMjQL to ^ Tkm ¥imjb8 



*l 



[Oct 1 1* 



— (Sir C. T. DO oo the Bdjral Agrfcilltdnll 
Society, 4 d 6 « 

-Aclaod-Hdod (Sir A.) oo Mr. Btlfbor, 26 » 8 <tf 

in WMtiSodieritot, 8 o 7 #^8 ,t U d 

'Actob Oottaige iloipiuU aod Ndr^og InatltaliOiC*; 

6o7y ,*♦••• 

'jibtprt' Ben^oleliC Fatid, AUtiiul.Piai^r^-BV 

'Aisworth (W. M.) on BailicayilEoa-t&efr lUteft, 

'Additional OnnttM' So^e^, -b^ctor on, 14 n 8 / 
Adeanto (G.) 0iv4)^.BoAl Agricdltdral Soqletjr. 
24rfl8^.\ •••*.•. •* 

'Aden -^infMliul*? n 8 ^—10 k 8 » *17 fc 3 (tf- 

l4(6'4V8<tf'6»-8li3d 
.'A^teiVlletfie) on (^hUdren'fe Coorti, 17 d 13 / 
•iCmraALT? OOffJiZ :~ 
— £. fiie^«^<m, 16 a 8/ 
«.» 'tiio Athmid, ldS§ 
-s-i^. the Bangor and the 'Eookbdi^ 8 </ 8 • 

— the JB2aiux&«, 19 tf 8 d 
^ the Broodgarth. 19 d 8 « 
--- the CZtawM, 7^8/ 
i^— the Cojra, 8 tf 8 e 

a— the DaAra, 80 a 8/ 

.i— the Enrurti^u, 26 al7 i 

-—. the ^»teM<irMMV 8a8 6 

^— the 0^iia#r(m, 14 i 8 4 

••_ the Giutafibtrg, 85 a 8 « 

9 — the ItiUraUma^ 6 tf 8 ii— 21 itf 9^ 

Vbalnvedtor, 26 a 17 e— i{9 a 16 i 

^a^ tbeJatm W^HoU, 14 d 8 
&— die^BiMiaotoa, 8 n 8 cf 
...the Z;o(dk arroa, 11 a 18 (< 
^-^■the O20&tt, 19 d 8 <{ 

— the Rosifyn, IJnlOd 
AdriaoopleL the Oonditlon of, 80 ^ 6 • 
Advanoed BadlCal Section of the HoiM of C6iA- 

mona, 12 7/ 
Alghanittan, 86 4 a 
.i^- Britiih Miaaionto, 88 a8 i 
-^ European kurdered in* 9 a 6 &— 29 dia 
Alridi Tribetmen and the Ameer, 8 a 11 6 
Agriealtorai Oepraeaion, Letters on, 4 d 9/-^l2 

D 6 6^140 80 

— BduoatUm, 87 9 lOtf 

1 Gopfer^nCeon, 606 6-^16 6 8 6-^17 8 

10 d 
..* Ezporta of Argentina, 18i 8 li 
^^ Importa, 81 d 4 « 

— OrgaiuattiCn, 16 a 7 A . 

—1- Betums of the United KiogdCni, 4 1I U d 

AdRlCULTUBK:^ 

--.- Anieriflan^.Bureaa of AninEUd Xndiiitrj, 26 

d 11 0" ' 
» ■ Wheat ia BngUah UArl^. 81 08 ft 

. Anstralifto Wheat Crop, 22 b/ 

w— Bath and West and Soa^htfm Countiei 
Agnottltoral ^piciet/, 8 a 8 6 
. Cereal Crops of 1904^ 17 • 18 9 
Champion Growth of fingliaU U01M, 14 d 10/ 
0>-<^ration in Agrioultore, 17 <f 8 
O)0oanut Industry, 10 18 6 
Oilonial Wheat Crops, 84 a 4 tf 
Onnpalsory S^p Oiling.* 13 d 10/ 
- Letters on, 19 a l5 a^6 a 3 / 
Condition of British Crops, 6020 
4 




A^ricttlthre {rontikked). 

^^ Crops kQd Live Stock. 8 12 3—10 13 a 
• *^]jro 18 a-84 13 6^31 o 3 A^B a 4 c— 15 
*. irl8a-ill fo4c— I2<^3 6-I9d4 6— 86(/ 11 h 
^— Diitohet, Agricnltnral Show at. A 10 a 
—- Diseases of Animals, 8 12 
«— Fntdre (xf the American Whea^ Supply, 8 
'a 4 

— Grantil by the Board Of Agricfllture, 86 d 
lid 

High Price f6r it BuU6bk« 14 d 11 e 

Hop Crop of 1904. 13 o 10 a 

— - Impoitation of British biamsljito Franca, 
l9d4 

— Indian Cotton Cakes, 31 8 

-^— Irish Migratory Labourers, 26 S 11 e 
^— of London, 21 « 4 d 

— Midocinalieoas Ne%s, 10 d 18 b-^M ISs-^ 
^4 a 13 0—31 o 8 d-8 a 4 d— 19 d 4 d— 26 d 
11 d 

National Agricultural Eiamiuation Board, 

21 d 4/ 
— - New South Wales Wheat Crop, 13 4 5 

Variety of fotato, Letter on, 15 d 6/ 

in Ontario, 8 12 

in the Orange River (}olony, 24 d 6 6 

Our Reserved of Hay, 86 d 11 » 

Produce of British Crops, 1904. 29 a 4 s 

- of Hop», 8 7a 



^- i^d Railway Chargea, Letteri on, 83 a 9/ 

-89 a 4/ 
^* SaUof SbCrthorns, 18 7/— 22 a 18 6 
»— Sales of Pure Bred Cattle, 17 d 18 6 
^— Storing Turnips, 24 18 

Woburn fizperimental Fruit Farm, 19 d 4 5 

— — World's Experiment Stations, 31 o 3 
Agriculture and Railway Charged, Letter oOi 15 

a 11/ 
Akers-DCuglal (— ) At Fdlkestdde, 86 n 18/ 
-— . at H)»me BAy, 9 d 5 a 

at Hythe, 16 A 7 d . 

AlAskA Boundary, 10d6 5 , 

. Albania and the BAIkan Questidd, lid 17 d 
AloohOi, Duty Free, 17 a 8 0— 3(y n 9/ 
.-1- for Iddustrial Purposes, Ditty Free. 7 d 6/ 
Alexandra Palace, InternAtionai PCultry Show 

at,9ii6/ 
Algiers, Appeal from, 28 a 11 6 

— l4Stter on, 26 a 5 d 

Alien Immigrant, Letter on. 17 d 8/ 

— Immigcation, 12 o 12/— 28 o 10 d— U a 5/ 
—18 a 12 c— 23 A 8 0—8 d 10 a^lO d 12 0—19 
d66 

-^ PUots-a Grate Nttional DAnger, Latter 
on» 10 a 2/ 

«-> (Question, Letter on, 24 d 9/ 
Allbutt (Professor t. COon Physical Education, 

22a2 
AlmsgiTing, Indiscriminate, Letter on, 29 d 8 / 
Alpine 4UiiWay, a Suggested, Letter on, 26 d 2 5 
Aiferstone (Lord) on Education, 20 d 9/ 
'^ on the Twentieth Century League. 14 d 13 
Araalamated Society of Railway Servants, An- 
nual Meeting, 4 8 0-6 o 8/— 6 4/— 8 d 
7c 
Amateur Photography-^ OeUoloid l>aoger,* 
Letter on, 2 n 9 d 



1 



p^c. 81, 1904.] 



PAJLMBR'B IKDBX to *fX9B TIMBa.''lCXflC8P4flB. 



Mg: 



4HEBIO A— UNITED. STATES :- 

and ArbitratioD.Trea^iei, lOn 3li^19.a 6,a 

— » Asooli Cope. 4 n 4 o~6 11 8 ft 

^— apdthe British SugHf lodastry, 3Q <{ 7 «. 

•r— Cabinet, 1 1 3 / 

«— i^nd Canada. 34 n 5 e 

-7— Capital and Labour itu 1 7 </ 7 « 

7^ Case of Mitchell an^ Mr. Hermann, 20 dS§,. 

-— Chadwick (^ase. '28 di,a 

— Columbia Universitj^ Distarbapoe at, 22 d 
Sf 

— » Cbpgfresi. 6d 6 «~7 <f 5 « 

-^ and the Steel Tm^t. 16tf5«. 

— Episobpal. Church Conrention in, 6 4 a. 
^— ■ Finance, 9 dbe 

^^^ Foreign Relations, 16 n,6 a 
— «• aocl France, 2n6 / 
- — and Germany, 23 n 3 0. 

Gift of English Marble to, 21 d 10^,. 

— ^ QoTernm^nt of New York, 6 4 a 

and Trusto, 2Sdita 



— Ir^h Question, aa American View of the» 
26 </ 4 c 

^— • abd Japan, HdSd 

'• — Labour Party and Japippeo, 22 a 3/ 

Troubles in, 24 n 5 0T-3O d 8/r-81 d 

3d 

— Lynching in Virgina, 25 ,4 a 

— Merchant Marine^ 24 4 a 

— Miscellaneous News, 16 d 7/r-29d 4 a 

— Monroe Doctrine) 24 d 3 a«26 d.4e 

— John Morley in, 1 1 n 7 d-^ll n 3/— 18 n 6 
/— 28n4a— 1</6 d. 

-^ and the Mormons. 14 cf 5 s 

I — Navy, 21 nSfbdS « 

^-— New York Labour Leaden, 13 4 b^20 

— ^ Rapid Transit Si\bway, 22 e 5/ 

Subway, 28 3/ 

: — Open Shop Movement in, Lettejt 09, 24 d 

— and Panama, 20 3/— 21 8y — 19 nJo 

— Politics in. 80 n,5y~l2 d6 d^SO d 8/ 

— Preeidency, 12 3/^18 4 &— 27 4 a— 
29 1/^S\ 5/-1 n 6 a^2 n5/r-li n8/— 
4 n 4 a-^5 a 7 tf — 7 a 3 «~8 a 6 c-^^n 5 a— 10 
ii3a— 11 a 8«~12n 7 d 

Comments on^ 10 a 3 & 
Mr. Roosevelt. 2 n 5 /-28 n 3 /" 
on Class Distinctions, 24 n 6 e 
and Panama, 22 o 6/ 
an^ Tariff Revision, \dhd 
•*-— Mr. ftoosevelt's Message to C'Ongress,, 16 a 

6a«l»fi6/— t <i6tf~8<f 6 €—9d^$ 
- — Mr. Root's Speedy 24 i 3 a 
-^^ Scottish Churches, 16 o 6 

— Secretary of State, \2nl d 

— — Strike Violence in lUiooi^, 30 a 6/— 1 dhd 
— 2(/3 

— Judge Charles Sway ne,. Impeachment of, 1 4 
^ 5 • 

i^ Mf. Ta(t*s Bfission to Pahama, 5 <2 5 /. 

Tariff, 19 11 7 0~21 a 5/— 2 d 3 p— 3*i 7 

*— 6<I6/— I0^6a— 18 i6 0. 

Trusta in 22 d 3/— 28 d i f 

i^— Si)r Wm* >f bite on Modern Bi^ttleil^pip. Ij^^o 



A,m«riqan Boterp^ise in England, 2 d 4/- 
— r— Letter on, 14 a 10 0-r-16 nlOh. 
Fctnal Metho<3s, 6 6 i, 

— Railroad apdiTelegraph .Companies. \Zd 5/* 
— r^ Shipbuilding, 28 i 6 o— 27 d 6,b^29.d 6 a, 
Society in London. BanqMti 26 a.6 e 

Tobapoo Truf t, 9 ^ 4 a ^ 

Amh«rst (Lord) oq North. Qaftarn Hpipltal for. 

Children, 28 o 10 
Anci^q^ Monun^^nta. Thfaatao^d, Demolition of, 

Letter on, 27 (/ 6 a 
Anderson (D. C.),on,Daath. Duty in.th^ Trana- 

▼a|4t 10 o 5 e.. 
on.thf Prerailiog PeUHcal Apathy, 27 d, 

— (Sir Rob|.)oQ,the North JSea Outraga, 12 a. 
IP/ 

Anglo- Am^rioap Arbitral, l^eaty, 26 a J c^^^ 

13 ^ 6 
.-^.Belationf, 9.d3d 
Anglo- French. Agreemeni, 14.ii,8 a— J6.a.6 0F^ 

19a7/— 23-a8 
Convention, 27 8/*-28.o^--80 a 64r-8- 

it7»— 6d60 
^EnUnt^ 8 a.3^— 4 a,8 s-P-Sa.e 0T-aM.6.o— . 

11 n8o— 81I60— 9i8 0.. 
Apglo-German Api^m^ei,. 16 a,6 0. 
— * ReUtioM, 15o6a—J9a7i.^lO(«5<l 
AngbGreek Trade Relationv, 24 a.6 . 
Anglo- Japanese Alliance. 15 a 8 a~2J d 8 4.; 
A^iglo Portuguese Arbitration Treaty, 19. n,14,a, 
Anglo- Russian (^OQvantioo, 2 d3b 
—^ Relation^ German Vji^ws oC. 8^ 4 ^, 
Angola, the Portuguese Disaatariq, 10pj4.a— li^ 

4 a 
Annfm, the ez-Emperor,of, 5 .8^ 
ApsoQ (Sir W.) an(f Oa^oq.Cleworthi, Leiten dh^ 

U 90-13 060 

on Education. 16 7/ 

^-^ and the Edvuatioq.Apti, 6 p jB ^ . 

— on Polytechnics, 2^<t2d 

— at Warwick SchoQ],.'22 .10/, 
Aptarotic Exhibition. 4 a, 6 6 

in GUi^gow. 27 <^ 8 . 
EzpeditiQn,, 7 4^7-9 n 10 o>^l9 nfia 

Lecture by Capi Scott. %nfid 
iropologica^ Inititn^ joi Great Britain and^ 
Ireland, 8 o 10 
Appeal to Antiquity, th^ Neir, Lettec oii« 24 a i^ 

c~26 11 10 a ^ 
Afa^ia, BritLsh Liflnenoe in, 18 <{ 6 

^ French Viewf of firi^ Intecssts iiw 86 a^ 

Zd -^ -^ 

— - Troubles in,. 10 n^ 6 
Arbitration Agreements,, 6 d^f, 

— with the United States.. 1 7 d.lf. 
Arbor Day in Ken^ 28 a 4 

Arbour Square, dtepn^« 19 a 6/-*21 %Bc 
Arbre de Noel des En(ant4 Frapcais a tiOQdfaik 

2a4/ .^ 

Arbnthj^ot CRev. Geo.) on.thq PropQsedjSh^ka^^ 

speare ilfemorial, li a 16/ 
ArchsBulogical Discovery in jSootlaud*, 21 d 8/ 
i^tic i£zplaration, 19 4 c 

— Eifplorers, News of, 10 7/ 
i^rgentioa, 18 4 i— 9 a 6 6 

< -,— Lalit^ur Teoables hi, 3 <i 7 0^, 



Arg 



PALlfBB 8 IlfDBX TO ^ TBI tlMKB^^ If BW6PAPBB. 



[Oct. Ita 



^rgyll ( Duke of) Dinner to. 4 n 4 c 

— on the Emigration of Pauper Children, 80 

and Military Training, 14 o 5 > 

Armenia. 3 o 4 a 

Distress in. 19 o 8/ 

Letter on. U d }2 h 

^rmfield (J. J.; on the Lnxemboarg and British 

Pictures, 25 n 6 a 
•— > (Lord) on Education. 22 o 8 d 

on Political AflFairs. 8 n 7/ 

^mdt(Herr Fritz) on Two Fortraito of Lord 

Nelson, 6060 
Arnold- Forster(^) on the Army. \0 d 6 c 

at (Croydon, 3'> w 8 6 

— — on Sir Ian Hamilton on the British Army, 
15 i 8 a 

and the Volunteers, 18^65 

Art and Aid Astocimtion's Exhibition, 11 10 & 
— of Not Keeping House, 8 n 5 0-6n9/— 

9 n 7 /-12 n 9 «— 18 n 7 s— 24 a 7 0—26 n 9« 

— for Schools Association. Letters on^^ 1 1 o 10 
0—27 08s 

Artists' Gc^eral BeneToJent Institution. 30 n 9/ 
Arts and Crafts Exhibition of Leeds, loir 
Ashley (Prof. W. J.) on the Fiscal Blue Book, 

12o9a~25o4a 
Asbton (Lord) Munificent Gifts by, 10 n 8 
Asquith (— ) At Cambridge, 22 n 4 
^ — at Cardiff. 20 d 10 
— ^ at Dundee, 8 9 10 s 

at East Fife, 10 10 a— 12 8 0— 1,4 oSd 

«— at Inyernesa, 23 6 c 

— at$r«tton, 14 i 11 
^— • at Southampton* 8 a 6 0. 
%t Southend, \ d II d 

-^ and Wel^h AfEairs, 10 i 12/ 

^sq^uith'a (— ). Attack 01^ Mr. Balfour, Letter 

on. \5 o.Sd 
Associated, 8hip,wrigh.ts* Society^ (^arterly Re- 
' port 8 11 3 e 

^nKK^iation of Advertising Agpents. 22 a 8^ 
^— oi( (}ham]t>ers o^ < 'ommerce. 1 9 /— 3. 2 / 

— of ConserTatiye Clubs. B.d 6/— 19 a %b 
^— of Municipal Corporations. Meeting^ 20 

10 e 

-^- of PoQr Law Unions in England and Wales, 

11 n 10 <^— 14 nil / 

— — o^ Pott Sanitary Authorities, Annual Meet- 
ing. 12 «i.ll/ 
-^ for Promoting the Training and Supply of 

Midirivea. 19i 12d 
■ Meeting, 5 n 16 a 

Astley Cooper Priae, 3dS« 
JLtkins (J. B.) on the Speed of Coaches, 20 18 e 

— on the War Office and Correspoa^ents, 3 0, 
10 d 

Austin (Alfred) on Progress, 13 8 4. 
AUdTEALIA:- 
-e — Arbitration Bill, 8 i 7 
^i. — Customs Duties, 28 o,4 <( 
*- — Defence Scheme^ 8 a 4 a 
-— and the Empire, 14 n 8/ 
•s — Indian Visitors to. 16 f|^3;^ 
^— Labour Questions in,^ 7 (j 6 
V— and the Marriage Law, 21 3;0i 
«.— and the New Hebrides, 8^ 4i <( 
4 



Australia {continued), 

$ee also New South Walbi — Naw Zba« 

LAKD— VICTORI4— QUBBNSLAIID &0. 

Politics. HoAb-Sdbb 

Preference. 14 7/— 17 n 3 <f— 18 H 5 e^ 

23n3<y-9d3 

Rnvenue Returns. 1 6 a 

Tariff Commission, 21080 

Australia and the Navy, Letters on, 10 <f 7 <l— l^ 

^180 
Australian Commonwealth, 15 a5/-^I9 o3/— 

26 n 7«— 15rf5«— 16d 7/ 
and Fiscal Policy. 4 n 4 a— 9 a fie^lO d 

6 a— 14 i o 0^15 </ 5 0— 17 </ 7 (f 

— Politics, 7 o 3 

Marriages and English Law, 21 d 10 b 

Wine Trade, Letter on. 14 d 16 

AUSTBIA.HUNaABY :— 

Count Julius Andrassy on Obstruction. 261 

a a a 
— — ' Austrian Manufacturera* Alliance,. Meetings 

3a4a 
Burgomaster of Vienna, 20 o 3/— ^22 5 • 

— 4o4 
ClertcaUsm in. 22 dSf 

— — Archduke Frana Ferdinand, II o^d 
— — FinaiiCd, 19 a 7^ 

— * Hungarian Chamber, 11 3 • 

— ■ Kiotous Scenes in, 14 « 6 a "IQ.d 7 o 
—^ Constitution. 26 n 5 a 



■ .- ■ Parliament, 15 <i 5 

- Parliamentary Situation, 13 4 a— 5 a 8 a 
Politics. 18 aos— 19a7 0-*24o5e-2& 

n7f^VAdSd 
-rr— HuuKary, Crisis in. 17 d 70— 19 4 5/>2a 

(/ 5 0-22 (13 0-23 d 3 0^24^3 0— 28 <f 3 <j» 

—20 d 3/-30 did 

Letter on, 16.^ 17 a 

— ; situation. in. 15 a 4 5^16 n 6 d^Z^ a 3,0- 

—26 a 7 e-26 a 4 c— l-} d 5/ 
—•* and Italy, 60 a0 
~ Nary 80 5/ 
— .— Obstruction Ia, 8 i 5 

Outlook m, 17 a 8 

~ Parliamentary Obstruction, in, 3|) ao a 

^ Politics. 10 3/ 

and Education ini, 15 a 5 dl 

Hacial (Question 10 1 1 a 3 5 

— — Reconstruction of the Cabinet. 27 '^ / 

Seichsrath, 18 a 6 d^rS a 6 4—23 a 3 /-^ 

12 d 6/ -28 d 3 <l— 29 d 3/ 

Resignation o^ Dr. von Korber, 30 c^ 3 i 

"^^ Count Tisza and the Hunj^arlan Diet, tf a. 5. 

0^9 n 5/— 21 n6 d 
u and Parliamentary Obstruction. 15 a5 d 
Tisaa's Policy, 3d7 b 

an4 Turkey. 6d5 ii-^9 d 3/^10 d6a, 

AustronGerman Alliance. 14 u 4 a 

- Commercial Treaty, 2 n5/— 3 a 3^— ia a 
/—1 1 a 4 a-17 a 3 -25 a3/— 26 a 7 e^2d la 
5 0-30 a 5 0-1, <f 5 0—2 d 3 d-^ d 6 5-»8 d & 
4^10 d 5/— 20 dbe^2id 3 /— 22 d 8 /-OA 
d a 0-26 d 4 6—27 d 3/— 28 d3,d 

iielations, 3d7 b 

Austro- Hungarian Chamher of 0>maierce» AAt^ 

nual Dinner, 5 o 8 a 
Awitro-^taUan. HelAtlons, 10 e 3 <— 17 0. 4 4^ 



bees 31, l904.1 



^iLMiBB^s iH&Kk t6 ^^ tMii tlMJcS ** M^spApkk; 



Btkd 



l&athort, Club, 8 ii lU i 

Dinner, d d 7 d 

Autdoiobile (ndb. 20 i id f 

aad Cycle Bugioaert* lottitiice, ftteetiiig, 6 

d\2t 
Matiial Prbtectido AMCkiUtido^ BteeUng. 31 

09 • 

- — Protection Society, 25 n 4 /" 
AvebiirjC Lord* on dor Trade with IddiA, Letter 
on, 2T A b h 

'■■ in Nedtral Matkliti. Letter dn. 7 <tf 13 a •- 

10 <l Ho 

do Fiscal Pdlidy, 29 ib 4 4 



'A Von Gedrge. Ldtteri on, ll d 2/^24 H 14^—^5 
nbd 

^«ck to the Land, Letters bii. 17 o Is d^'29o6/ 
Bacon (N. O.) do ^diriereet Hdded Eteneiircli, 8 U 
, \od 
Bagwell (H.) dd tUe Working df the Irieh Laod 

Act, 28 A 18 « 
BAiley ( Robert) oo tidith Derry Kleciion. 24 H 7 ^ 
Baillie QrdhaUQ(W. A.) dd Aiilericild •* Bdter- 

pri»e" 14 a 10 « 
Baker Street High vSchoot 6 tl 10 6 
Baken' Cdiddaoy Ami London Breild. 18 6 4 
Balfour (A. J.) and the Aliena Bill. 5 a 1 1 / 
— — and .\tr. ChaidberUid, Letter* dn, 18 d lOi 

—22 7/ 
-^> in Edinhargh. 4 o 4 6 

Cditonleilie on. So 3/ 

^— Letters on, 6 6 10/— 8 6 lOi— lo 65 6 

dn the Futdredf Uniodisnt !^9 nH a 

' Health of. 8 a 7 /— 4 a 7 /— 6 a ll>-7 n 4 

'<^-8a8a— tf «6 6«lOatf^— lia7i— I2ail 

d^Sded 
' — and loAperial FederAciod. 6 d 6 e 
--- And the Inde^Odeot Labodr Pdrtjr, li^ il 

And Scdttish Udiodlsta, iSal c 

r- — At (k>athanlptod. ii^d l\ i 

Bilfodr (Alice) dd TraMin^ for OdldniAl Life, 14 

^ 10 A 

(Gerald) St Colchetter. 16 A 1 1 / 

of Bdrleigh(Lady)odtraidiag And SUpiily 

of Midwites. 3lo7(i 
B«ldwin-Bh)^d (Ptof. O.) oo ThreAceodd U»- 

molitiod of Adcieut MoHuideOts, 27 of d a 
Balkan Codlmittee, 11 A 7/ 
— - Disdrders, 22 d 5 6 
-— Outldok, 4 d 3 (f 
i-i- States, 7 a 12/ 
the Unrdst lo the. 6 o 4 d— i9 A 4 d-l A 8 

/-r2 A 6 A— 10 A 8 #—1 1 A 4 ^—19 d 5f^:i6d 

4»-27d8 0— 28i4 6 
BaUin IJ. 8.) dn Ceddla* of the Argentine Na- 

tiodal Mdrt^a^ Bank, t^dH b 
Bangor (Bp. ef)dn the Bddca&k>d Act id Walei. 
.8a86 

BAdk HoUdAy ^7 i 4 i 
BAKKIIIQ:^ 

Af ridan, 23 i d i 

^=* Anglo- Egypilan, 28 n 12 ^ 

•^=- Bank of AastrAlaMa, 7 o IO0 

z— Bank of England, Itu ports add BA|k>rti df 

Precious Metals, jee each wtekiy HtUrfi aadb^ 



Bikdkiiig (coiUiAttMf); 

Bank of England, Ndtei id CircuUtiort 

— i^^s^ Weekly RetarOs, 7 ll i-14 A 10 5-: 

21 oil/— 28 e 13 a -4 n 11 ft-ill. A 11 /-I8 

k 14</-2i I2a-d<ll3e— 16(ilBi-28dlL 

i>-80 dU b 

— ^^ of Tarapaca And Argentina. 26 A I4# 

-^^^ Badker's jDlearing Uodse, la iack Wtek'i 

paper, after Aink 6/ England 
— ^ Beckett ft Go.j 21 A 4 

(Tolonial, 7 o 10 rf ^ . i 

CdnlnlHrcial Bank df Sd'itlAnd, 13 dU^ . 

Conlpartson of the PositioO of the Bank of 

Bd^land i^ith Odnsdlt add Predch Kedtes, sss 
dn«r aaiik of Bngldnd. in eaSk wMk*i paper 
-« 0«lhi and London 6 o 1 1/ 
— - Ddnlb6li's.2ui 7 c 

EnKlish. Scottish And AdstraliAn, 27 o 12 ^ 

— ^ Inipdrial Bankdf PersiA, 13 i 15 6 

London And Kiver PI Ate, 14 ^ 17 £ 

— =- Kobinsdn Sodth Africad 28 A 13 i-8tf 14 j 
-» Standard Bank of South Africa, 19 u 12 <l 

— sUte of SliAres id Cooiiktties, tee t6er§ 
daife pafier 

BankidiT (Min petition, 5 d k d 
BANKEITPTOieS:- 

Ababams, ILlijah, 6b9i-ldo6i[} 

Abba, Frank, It 6 Vie 

Abrahani, Ton!., 22 o 12 « 

— ^ Adam. J. A; S., 21^60 

Adams, B. L., 12 A 10 6 

■ Robertj8o 12 a 
^^^Thos., I6d He 

- Albion and Albiod. 17 i 13 e 

- Aliridge, J. A„ 5 9 <i 
-Aliard, J. W., 26 oil A 

- AUen, F. W., 2 A 12 a 

- Almond, John, 23 a 10 c 

- AUloppi Qeo JQU.; 23 A 10 d 

- Andrv#, Ahce. 8 8 Vie 
. Andrev^s, Bros;. 29 l4 d 

F. J., 2(5 A 18/ 



^— Aoderdtni, F; O.. 8 d t^ a 
Apperly. E. li.. 8 o 12 a 

— Appleby, a. (\. 6 A 14/ 
— =^ Armstrong. Qeo.. 7 d\t 6 

Aruuld. JAs., 3> dbA 

P. S.. 7dV2 e 

— ^ AHhdr. Edwin, 8 • 12 ^ 

— Ash, Geo:. 26 d 1 1 b 

-^ Ashfdrdi Datid; 29 A 14 i 

Ashmole, Sidney, 10 tf 13l 

-^ Ash worth. W. B., 26 A 18/ 

Asiuan. W. L., 30A n tf 

-=- Awquith, Albert. 16 a 8 6 

Atkinson. J. W., 5 a 14 / 

- Austin. (ma».. 2S A 10 
--^ Baukea. Valentine. 17 </ 18 8 
BackAtock. Uobt.. 10<i 13 d 

Bagiiall I'hos.; 17 d 18 A . 

Bagshaw, S. M., jua.« IT d 18 1 

BAile>. Andrew, 7 <tf 12 

John, 5 H 14/ 
J. W., 10 d 13 
W. fcl., \7 d\6e 



BaineSi Ihoa.^ lU d 18 6 



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PALMKtt's IMDlfiX TO '^ THB TIMES NKW8HAPBK. 



[Oct. I to 




BankruptciM {fontinued), 

^ ' Baker, and Clark, 19 n 13 i 

— — ^ John, \ o7 e 

Samuel 2n\2d 

Ball. Henry, 14 d 13 • 

Banka Turn, 2B a 13 / 

- Barber, Abraham, 10^ 13 d 

Barbam, C. F.. 26 n 18 « 

Barlow, 0. L., 12 o ft i 

- Bamby, Amy S., '/I d 6r 

- Barnes and Hamell, 29 o lid 
- — Baron, Jamea ft a i4 / 

— — Barrett. Wm., \ o7o 

- Barrow, Ada B^ \2 ob d 

- Henry. 21 i6r 

Bartlett, T. K., S d IS d 

- BMrton J. A., IdnS b 

— - Bathnrst, J. T. K., I9 n 18 i 

Baum. Franz.. 3t) n 11 ^ 

.-— Bawcutt. Eroeat. 19 o 6 

Baxter. J. A.. 8 ^ 13 <l 

— ' BMylias. John. HOn H d 
«— > BeHdman, Alfred, 12o5c 

- BcHle, O. F. T., 9 R 1 1 << 
"— Beck, Jas., 5 n 14/ 

- Beukerleg. Mary P., 31 i 6 a 
^ Bt-dfoid. r. L., 19 06c 

Geo., 2id^0 

-*> Ket^r K. J.. 12 n 10^ 

Bflcher. J. E., Iti a 8 6 

Bell. John, 19 (i it 

K. J.. M dl3e 

Wm. jun., 12 nlOc 

-^ Bellingnam. Jos.. \ o7 e 
^- BemHDd. Arthur. 28// 9 d 
— ^ Bennett, Chaa.. b odd 

- Mary. 17<{ 18 r 
Bergman. Joachim. 17 <i 18 
Bersfy. WHlterC, 3^ i3<i 
Beniug. F. K.. 26 n 18 
Beit, John. ZdlZd 
Bickers, Wm., and 800, 6 a 14/ 
Bigg. W. J..9all tf 
Biglio, J.O., IftoHo 
binna. Wm.. 12 11 10 
Bird Henry. IdUe 
Birtehnell P. K. 7 a 12 c 
Bishop. Wm., 12 a 10 c 
Blackburn, Q. F., 6 9 1/ 
Blackmore, Hurold, 12« lOtf 
Blom.^eld,F. U.,21 d^e 
Bolion, T. A. N.. 2 a i2</ 

- B4M>ker, Q. W. Q., 1ft 9 8 
Booth, J. U., 24 i 9 • 

- Bona, A. 6» 12 oft A 
. Bonny. K. W., 9 a 1 1 d 
' Bornatone, Mosea, 12 a 10 e 

- Botten, Joa.. 80 12d 

- Boulden. Deuia, 19 a 13 tf 
. Bourne, Lewia, 3 i 13 ^ 
> Bowen, John 2 a 12 d 
-Bower. A. K., Winlld 

Enoch, 28 a 13 tf 
Bowera Wm., lb a 8 & 
Bowker, Chaa., 2 a 12 4 

Barry, 7^120 
Bowltts, Daniel, 2 a 12 4 

8 



Bankraptciei {tontinmd). 

- Bown.O. A.. 10</I8« 

Box. Edw,. 16a8 A 

Boyes, F. E., 17 4 18 c 

Bradbury, Fredk., 12 n IO0 

Brac^y. J. W., 17 4 18 « 

BragiT, Ohas.. 80 a 1 1 4 

- Bra ham, Henry. 2 a 12 4 
^~ Brandon, Ernest. IH o 6s 

Bray. Benj . 19 B r 

- Brearey, A. W., 9 a 1 1 4 
Brearley, II. H.. 80 a 1 1 4 

Bricknell. Rowland, 6 a 14/ 

Bridge. H. S., I6a8 4 

Robert. 17 4 13 

BridKeM. W. D.. 10 4 13 

BraiWord. H. and Son, 10 4 18 # 

Bright Samuel. 9 a 1 1 4 

- Brookharsh. Nathan, 12 ft c 

- Brooka. Alfred, 29 4 94 

A.E.. 1ft a8 6 

8. H.,22o]2« 

- Broomhead. A. I., 7 4 12 «• 
Brough. Septimus, 22 • 12« 

Brown, Benjamin, 26 a 13/ 

C. H., 17 4 13 tf 

Henry, 6 9 4 

■ jMmea. 1ft o 8 c 

J. H.. 1ft 8 

J.S.. 17 4 13 c 
Tbo8.80o 11 4 
W. Hm 26 o 1 1 
W. J., 24 49 
Wm.. 1ft 08 

— Browne. 0. 8 , 8 12 
>"• Bruce, Ernest, A., ft 9 4 

— Brnnton. J. W.. 24 4 9 « 
-— Bryoe, E. J., 21 4 6 

Buck H. G.,2nl2 4 

Buckeldee. J. E., 3 4 13 4 

— Bulmer, 0. H., 8 418 4 

— Bunn, A. B.. ft n 14/ 
Burls. 8. M.,26 • 11 

Burrell Thos., 9 a 1 1 4 

Burt, P. J.. 12 oft 4 

— Burton, John, and Son., 22 12 # 
— - Bye. Wm., 8 12 
Cadby, Charles. 19 6 

— CadelLRM.. 80 12 
> CadweU, H. M^ 6 8 4 

— - Campbell, Charlea. 8 12 

— Capon, Leonard. 24 d 9 
Capaey. H. E., 24 4 9 

Carman. Walter, 22 o 12 

Carr. George, 12 a 10 

— Carter. A. C, 14 4 13 

A. H., 30 a 11 4 

Caasell, Francis, 24 4 9 

» Causton, H. (X, 30 a 1 1 4 

ChMdwick. John, 9 a 1 1 4 

W. H., 12 a 10 
Chamberlaine, C. T., 1 o 7 
(Chamberlain, J. T., 31 4 ft a 
Chambera, Jos., 22 o l2 
Chapman. Alfred, 24 a 9 # 

Mary, Ann, 23 a 18 

Wm., Ifto8 



I>ec. 81, 1904.] PALHBR'e indbz to" the timxb, " nkwspapbb. 



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BankraptdM (eontinued), 

Charlef and Chat.. 28 n 10 e 

— Charlton. Brnest, 15 o 8 ^ 
— - Chonrj, A. F., 24 i 9 • 

— CheesmaD. T. 8., 22 o 12 
C^hild. Broi.. 2id9e 

— - Cbildt, A mot, I d 7 « 

— Charch, Wm., 2 « 12 </ 

Clarke, J. H., 14 i 18 • 

— Keaben,6o9i 

— Thoi., 29 0.14 d 

Clayton, Marj, A., 29 14 <i 

- T. W., I o7tf-.2 nl2d 
Cleary. Thoa. lo7 e 
Cle«Ter, Frank, 29 o 14 << 
Clifford, B. C, 22 0120 
Clifton, Samuel, 22 o 12 
dough, Drusilla. \0d iSe 
Coatea, Alfred, UdlS e 

- Arthur. 1 4 if 13 « 
(^ocksedge. B D.. 23 a 10 e 
Cohen, Jacob. Hd IS e 
Coldridge. W. H., 6 a 14/ 
Colesi G. Am 16 8 tf 

^ Henry. 1 7 

- R. J., 3 <I18 d 
Colina, ML C. V., 21 4 6 
CoUett, A. U., 12 5 i 
i>>llina. Thoa., 23 a 10 

£11. 5odd 



Collinaon, Wm., \0d \Z0 
CoUyer, W. W„ 3i<13rf 
Cooant, £. E. W., 2 u i2 
Coney beare, Elizabeth. 21 u 6 d 
Coombe,J. W., 80 120 
Comber, C. U., 26al3« 
- Henry, 19 a 18 tf 

— Coombes, J. 8., 19 o 6 

. Coombe, H. Vf^ 7 d i2e 
^ Cooper, A. N., 23 a 10 

— Edw., 6al4y 

— and Haywood, 9 a 1 1 i 

— Henry, ittn 8 ^ 

> Cook, Alfred, 11 dlSe 

— C. W., 1:1 n 10 e 

— Htenry, 3u n 1 i ^ 

— John, 17 li 13 
Cooke, Edw., 28 1 1 

— Harry. 80 nil </ 

— Thua. jun., 8u n 11 «/ 
Coote, J^rederic, 12 n IO0 
Coppock, b. T., 6 9 rf 

> Corke.K.8., I9a I3 4i 
Uoeh, Edwin \2obd 
Cuichiogs, Joa., jun., Sd ISd 
Cotterill Kobt., i / ci 18 c 
Coultaa. John, 28 n 10 
Coultrip, W. Q,, 19 6 
Couaeos, J.J^^a 12 d 
Cuweil, Joa, 3 << 13 a 
C0X.E. L., 19 n 18 i 

— John, 12 n 10 e 
Cracknel!, J. O., 21 i 6 
Craven. W. E., 18 a 8 6 
<;rew. J. W. 9 a 11 i 
Critchiey. Thomaa, 10 i 18 
Croatdaia, Kicbard, 22 o 12 



Bankraptdea (oonftatteci). 

Crosby, Henry, 3 <i 13 d 

Croia, 8. W., 2\ tt S e 

— Croathwaiie. Mark, 29 o 14 li 
— Crowther, G. A., 30 n II i 

Cummings, Jaa. 2n \2 d 

Curbstone, Walter, 30 a 1 1 4 

Currlngton, J. T., 21 i 6 

Curtis. W. F., 12 rf 10 

Cack, C. B„ 8 o 12 

Dagger, Rich., 14 <l I80 

Dale, Fredk.. lOrf 18 

Dall, John, 19 a 13 4 

Dalxell. J. G.. 22 12 

— Dauby, Wro., 1 7 
Daniels. A. J., 9 a 1 1 a 

— Davey, fi. S., 5 9 4 

DaTies,F.T;, 2 a 12 4 

— — Geo., 1 7 
G. T., 1 7 

John, 14 4 13 

Morgan, 2 n 12 4 

W. H., 12o5 4 
Davison. Isaac, lO 4 18 
Davy, Henrietta, 2 a 12 4 
Dawvs, Percy. 7 4 12 
- Wm., 10 <I18 
Dawson, C. H., 17 413 

G. A. R.. 81 4 5 4 

- Day, F. W., 28 11 b 
' IVOyly. 8ir W. H., 14 4 I8 
' Deal Herbert, 14 4 18 

- Dean. Uarry. 29 (4 4 

• Defrie«. Nathau 23 n 10 
•Dempster, Harry. 19060 

Deuton. Frank, 14 4 13 

• De 8eiiechAl. V. O., 15080 
Dessler. Jaques. 80 n 1 1 4 

. Ue Vigne, ii. C. 9n 11 4 
Dewhirsl. John. 12 n 10 c 

and FoUard. 9 a 1 1 4 
Dews. T. H.. 81 45tf 
Uiclfiirisoo, John. 9 n 1 1 4 
T. A. K, 22 o 12 
Dixuii F. J., 81 d 6 

— Dubby, Wm.. 19 ti 18 4 
^— liobson, Henry, 17 4 '8 
T. J., 2n 12 4 

— Dodd. Arthur 17 4 18 

liodds T. k\ iu4 18 

Duerr, L. C, J., jun.. 28 1 1 

Duaghty, John, 19 a 18 4 

DuwUiud, and Richards, 30 a 1 1 4 

— Downes and Lee, iid lAd 

Wm.. 1 7 c 

— Drennen. John, 9 a 11 4 
-^ Drury, John, 12 a 1O0 

Duce. J.C.. 12 a 10 e 

Duck, John, 24 4 9 

Duucombe, H. K. V.. 12 a 10 d 

liunn, .vfary Aon. I 12 e 

Duukley. and Dunkley, 81 4 5 a 

F. A.. 220 12 



Dunstan. Philip. 9 a 11 4 
Dyer, A. £., 24 4 9 
Eastwood, lienj*ui]in, 6 
Kasou W. H. b., 18 a 8 & 



9 4 



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fAMISB 9 |in>n TO - TBB TIIUS,^ HBWAPARfi^- 



[Oct. 1 tq 



EaakraptoiM {<'«itrtiiM</). 

RdgeU. T. U., 3 fill) tf 

^T- Edip(»nda, C. R. A-* 9 </ 13 il 
*^ Bdmandf, Jol)ii, 16 i| 8 (r-7 <i 18 (! 
— Edwards, A. B., 12 n IQ ^ 

'. A. Q^ l2filO0 

1X0., Ud 13e 

[. ^, 29 U i< 

UrfT* JUDt 9 « II 4 

[phn. 10 << 13 « 
8 4.. nddt 

tnd TvJer. |0 4 18 « 
"iq., 6 9 d 
U|ei|, J. B., 17(fl3f 
^hricii|,Em}l Q. F., 12 q (ii f 

Hl^way. ^. J., 21 </ 6 a 



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— •!• YTn la O O fl 




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EUfa, B^rni^r4.29p 14 ^ 
--T- Eliner. |L O.. 16 n 8 ^ 
— Ely.4M.6«M/ 

fnom, A. H., a 4 11^ 4 

p^|aD4. W. C. 3 d ^8 4 

pg|i«ft, A. P.. 23 If 10 (? 

i:hMM2«4df 

J.Tm 2»o lid 
Kraut. A. G..6 n \^J 
Bskholme. Sufani^ah. HI 4 & <{ 

J. Km *^9o 14 d 
H.,26o II f 
m. 2h o 14 d^24 d 9e 

W. a. 10 ft U 11—7 d 12 c 

3 — E«ell. K. G., 2;^o 12f 

kxon, F.. 19 tf IT 

E}kyn'C.ll., V9ol4 4 

rncei. K\ K., 19 » l» «• 

.; — KnViii)!, J. iL 19 n 13 4 

-^ <«nfrer, Jhp., 24 d\t e * 

- iMvell, A. r.. 2M 14 </ 
«-— Kenpeil Wm. 26 1 1 e 

^eirymao. i'. W^ 8u 124 

FlaxniHD, G. W., iun.. 12 o 5 4 

-^ l!*l^tp|ier, John u d 13 0. 

>liiit,'Wm.. 19 n 13 d 

»-~ Flowpri. Vv h} man and Rue, ^^^l\ 

- Flyon. Auibroae,6 ii 14/ 
^rr l^urd, ChaB. tfu n 1 1 d 
^r?- ^oiman, T. VV., lOd 13 fi 

Forrestf Chas.. l9oHtf 

t'omyth, yf. »., 30 II 11 4 

S=-Forpi, W: W..6« 14/ 
^— Fo^call, A. E.. 10 d 13 c 
Fostt)?. A. J , 5 o 9 d ' 

— . ChM. U., 29 14 d 

^— homie, Fiaiik, 16 o » fr 
•*» Fowler, W". li.. ib n (| 
r — i<px,J.K., i4d 13« 

- l<'uyle. Jas., ^o 0. 1 c 

1 — i« tampion vV.J. iiifil3 4 
^— ^rj^iuis A. Ij.. ^U o lid 

- i<i«zei' .J. u. < U « 

^^ Freu^Mf:i(, b. luiU U. i^ a y^n 
*» f ftttUjHU, J. b., «2 V U fl 
5=- Jj'ron; T. J^Slaou *" 



krtiplcie^ (flj^H^iiwid). 
FurnlTaU, F. J. V^ 19 9 18 4 
Furtt^i^a, L. F. C, 21 d 6 « 
Gardner. E^Wf 86 1{ 1 1 f 
• G. F. Q., 14 d 13> 
Lord, l2o 6« 



* Gf^rnfr, Jo))n. 26 a 1^/ 

— Garohaip. Hol^i.. 22 o 12 « 

— Oarrad, E. W^ 12 a 10 « 
-« QarrpU, Offthberfc. 81 4 6 « 

— 0a«kell i^nd If alfaP. 30 •! 1 1 4 

— OaakiQ. W^8dl8d 

— Oate,M|nn|^6«}4> 

— • Goring, £. A^ 80 n 1 1 4 

— Gee. A-H.. 14 4 18 • 

aeoden, J F^29o 144 
entle Jaa., 21 d 6 1? 

— Oibbin*. J. W.. 1 9. 7 « 
^ dibby, W. H.. 19 II 18 d 

— Gibbf. Walter. 23 ti iQr 

— Qlbaoo. A. W^ 29 q 14 4 
Wro^l6 98fr 



Giddipgf, Anpy E., 7 d 12 ^ 

~ Gilbert, Walter, 17^1^0 
^ Gilleepie, John. 29 o 14 d 

Gillford. Anne, 22 o 12 « 

Qiiyead. G. W., 12 n 10 « 

GlN()den i^nd Harland. 29 fl| 14 ^ 

- GIm^.t. l^eon, 31 d 6 n 

Glover, Frank, 12 a 10 tf 

— - Guater, C. U.', 16 o 8 
-1> Guddard, A. J., 9 n « 1 d 

- 0old. W,J^ idd I80 

Goldberg, Harria 21 d 6 

— :- (ioldiiian W. y., 19 6 c 

(^uldstein, Ji^b, 24 d 9 « 

- Good, lienry, 30 a If d 
■ wm.. 17 li 13 

- - GopdaiLG. L., 7d120 
*— Gub^od, C.'J. 6 a 14/ 
QooM, H. T., 3 d 13 d 

tiurdoo, ^. il..31 46 d 

Norton. J. C l^nSk 

— ^ Gougl), E. ()., 14 tf 13 e 

Goulder, Jo^n, l)l| a i8 4 

Graham. Jas., 1^1 4 6 « 

0raot» kobt., 81 d 6 a 

- Greavef, Rich., 23 a lii a 
► W.M., itfo Ho 
preeo. C. E., 6 I) 14/ 

- H. U., I 7 f 

— Harry, 30 a II d 
Wm.; 1 7 



— Grpene, B. U.,' 12 6 4 

— Gregioh, lii(%, 26 a 13/ 

— Grifatha, Cecilia, 26 a l^jf 
■ Jemima, 14 d 18 

— Grimmer, Bobt./8 d 18 4 

— Grunow,'L)a?id J., 19 o 6 <; 
^— Grust and (^rbea, 1 ii 7 f 

— (iruffydd,' Tl^oa., 19 o 6 q 
*— Guest. Jarvis, 14 d |8 

— Viuirr, C. J. A.. 2t> n \nf 

— Uuiidry. A. W., 3 d"i8 d 

— Ou>, t;o-.. Hal a 

iiubi.. .4 d 9 e 

— GwitliNm Fr«iik..9n 11 d 



Pec, 81, 19040 



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f§akrapUA— {conflimed). 
-^ Hnk^art, R. S., IH « 8 6 

- Uiiddock, T. i\, Sd l»4 
tiale, A. T.. 2^ ft » ft 

. — h^\l R. J.. \(\d\'Se 

H. K., 5 A 14/ 

- — =^ W. t. H.. H4184 

- HiV^Vi John, »« H i 4 

•: — Hauiertun. J. U- 2a o Utf 
i: — H||tiiinoti(j8. H. W.. *i6 q i\ a 
iJar^pshiFe. Joe, 26 n 13/ 

Hampton, Jas., Zd> n 10 r 

rrr- Hj^nnan. J, E., ztf'o l4 4 
r — Uanham. A. 8.. 1» o ti r 
— r- Harding. Arfhqr. U rf 1^ « 
— =— Ja«.. 2« a 13/ 

^^- Harditty. Ifi. T^ 26o 1 1 « 
-: — Hfu-dy, Wm.. 10 3 13 « 
— |iarg[rea?es, W. H., 16 q3 a 
'5^ Haina, b. c;., 26 o II c 

HarJ^y.Al^. 3rf \^4 

r — Hftiman, J. V., 7 rf 12 « 

rr- Harnett, FnM^k.. lenr., \%q^^ 
~ — Uf^iper. A. E., 22 o 12 • 

Uarrii. Alfred. 10 d 13 « 

Geo,, 19 « i3d 

r-=r- «Rd Hofmeiit^, 14 tf 18 |i 
Harriaon, Ueo^ ii\ d 5 a, 

1 >■ J. W.. ien., 26 €( 11 a 
-T-^— MUUgan, 7^ 12 f 
r — r- Wm.. 2ii 12\i 
.=— Hfuvejr, A. W'^ 21 a q (i 
— — — Jaa.. 12 9 6rf 

-TT-Uart, A.T.,2» 12 if 
- — Hftftings, 0. il., 3i d 6 4 
7-- UatUNi, 0. il.^ 16 ti 8 d 

- Hawefl, Uhaa , 12 o 6 e 
-t— Uaworth, U. R.. 6 a 14/ 

r — Hftwirey. John P.^ an 14/ 

Heading, G. W,. 10 rf IS. a 

Ueaiey and deale/, lin 10 & 

.— - Heard, J. F.. • 7 if 13 i^ 

i;iara Maud, 6o id § 

r — U^tlioote. Ja%. 30 a 11 4 
-rr- Htjatou, T, A., 1 o 7 ft ' 

Wm., 22ol4a 



- Hodgson and Bird 29 o 14 4 
— — HoMsworth. Jot.. A o 9 i 

Hol)ingtQn. A. Ji, 9 n 1 1 d 

||»lli» Jqhn. 8 4 13 /f 

Hulloway. Alice K., 26 a 18/ 

Hplinec T. H.. 16 n a A 

HooberQiin, Isriiel. 21460 

Hogn, Franda. » d \» d 

Hooper. F. A.. 12 a 10 » 

Hopkini, ri|r|atopl)er, 19 n 18 4 

X.. Rich.. 24 a 9 

- Hornliy. ThQi.. 17 d \H e 
— - Home, <'^aa., Sn \ij 
<— ^orn9r. J. M., 2h « 13 e 
— - Horniey. Wm., rt I2« 
-rrr Houldffate. ^. E.. 21 d 6 c 
Ho^eU. VVni..6« \4/ 

Hudson, Ji^., 14413^ 

Job, 6 a 14/ 

R. W., I2iil0a 

— T. W.. 8.1 rf 6 a 

— Hqgl^ei, Artl^nr 19 « 6 a 

— A. B., 14tf I3f 

— U. W.,6i 140 
Ric)v,l2a \QiC 



iieaqey. R. T., 7 4 12 ^ 
He|$i.uiiiiga» A. J.^ 22 o l!{ A 
liencke, J. C. 16 8 « 
He^wood. Jas,, 10 d 180 
Hewett, Chas.. 1 7 
Ufyman. iienry. Si6 n 13 ^ 
Hic^a, F. J^ io <tf 13 « 
HUl, Chat., 21 tt 6. 
j%ne,* 19 a 13 tf ' 



■ Job., Jan., 16 0.8 f 

" Wni./ieii., 80 12 4 

Hinchli£Fe r. r., 26 a 13 / 

-r— Hind, E. L., 12 a 100 
— Hir^t. ban, I6a8d 
^r— Hitch, K U^ 3011 II d 
r — Hiicaiuga, Uhaa,. 3 a 13 4 

Hohbina, C. W., 6 o 9 4 

— r- Hodges, Aaibroa^. 14 4 13 a 
-r-^F.J., I9al3(i 
•z — Holden, H. V., 8 12 
■ _ K. T., 6 9 4 



- iiniaon. Wn^.. 2i a 10 e 
' Uumphreyt, Jm.. 7 if 12 e 

• Hunt, Henry, lo 4 ^M a 

• Hunter, TM.. \6o6t 

> Hupston, b\ U.. 26o II 
. Huiluw, c;hi^.^ 7 <i \2e 
' Husl^iidi, H. H.. 14 d I3« 

- Hueou, A. G., 24 4 9 e 
llUtct\insoi\, J. W,, 19 a6 <L 
Huitun. U. v.. 2n 12 4 

. H^de. G. ti, 12 a 10^ 
rsr Jti^lt 26 a 13 

> UHiigwurtli, ( *i\it.. \6 o 8 « 
InHNitt, L. E., 23 a lO 

• lud Bro^l\erfi, 3(» n 1 1 4 

- Ingleaon, Thua., ^0 a 1 1 4 

Jnaley. Jos^ 2i 4 *• c 
rish, Hi^y. 26 1 1 r 

- Ji^kaoi^ U. JB;.. 28 (/ 9 i^ 
:»G. H., 16m8> 

- Hepry. '^8a 9.<l 

- J. E, 12 a 100 
-^ Ro.b.t., 6 II 14/ 
ff— Bamue^ 8 • li 

- T. A..:i6a M/ 
1\ J., I6O80 

— Jafle, Jolxi^3tfl34 
Jame*^ F. v^.. 2- « 12* 

Reea, 34 18. ci 

— JaAea. H. A., 19 a 6 <>. 

Jay. Harrey, 1 7 

— KT Jefftfrya, Jol^u, 8.0. U « 
-*— Jermi^ Uaiiiei, 16 u 8 0. 
J eater, Erueat, 30 a 1 1 4 

— Jenreli, W. l\, 26 i| 13 /' 

— J«jel. boWuiiJiA. 17 4 18 0^ 
— r- Johnaoiv W. J., 3 4 13 4 

— Johnatop, Thoa., 26 o 1 1 ^ 
— ^ Joiner, Henry, 1 7 

-rr Jonea, Chaa.. 12 
L»a^id/3d 13 4 



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— Jones. UftTiM 12 & d 



Kdw., 19 o 6 c 



•r 



ETfin, 23 ti in r 

Henry, 9 11 11 4 

h.G,,7d \2 

John. '^2 \2t'~7 4 ]^p 

J.O.. 29q 14 d 

J. H., \o H p 

S. L.. 2 n 12 f/ 

T. Q., Id us A 

Kicli.. 7// \2e 

mid Koberta. 2^ o 1 1 e 

Thop.. 22«i 19' 

- Trevor. 22o He 

- V/.0„ \ ol o 

- W. J., 22o 12 « 
Jordan, Samael, 8 o 12 « 

- W.apd .•Hin, »9oi»f 
Josty. B. A^ 23 « 10 
Joy, Geo., 1 9 o 6 <? 
JoynsoQ. Tl^m., U o 5 4 
Jmd, Arthur, aOn 11 4 
K«fel J.J.. 6o9 a 
Kelcher, J. !£,, Id o8« 
Krlljr J. R., ^ 12 « 
Kenipton, John, 29 olid 
^ench John 22 a .2 « 
Kendall, J^raiik, 12 o 6 i 
I(etidiick« F. a J.. 10 < 13 # 
Kennerley and Bartleit 30 a 1 1 < 
K«nt, A. W., 2l4ti0 

- G. U., I61186 

- Bobk, 29o 14 </ 
Kerridge. Allan ISdw., 6 a 9 4 
Kettel. Wm., 1 7 c 
Kettel^ Wm^ 2 n 12 4 
Kibbe^, Jos., 23 n lot 
Kiddle, I(. J., n d \^a 
Kindred, Fetor, 16 n 6 b. 
King. VV. A., 3.> <i6(i 
Kipiiig. J. El., 1,9 9 He 

Kiili( Jaa.. 24 w 9 tf 

Walter, 2tf f| i3/ 
Kilchei:, Henry. 19 o 6 ^ 
Klein, Morns, \i) d i3 
Kneen, Jan., 2H n 18/ 
Knight, Aifrtrd, 2u o 1 1 e 
Knipe Wm^., itb /i l.sy 
Knowles, lianiel. iu nSb 
Konig,, Fhilipp, 2Z i2 • 
Lake, W. b,, luu 13 « 
Lakin, Wm.,^6 ui uy 
Lambert Ben, 17 a (3 e 
liaoium^ U. H.. 10 if 13 « 
Langford. lUlpb, 1 iiZif- 
Langwonhy. W. F., -tf 11 e 
Laoneii. Michael, M d m e 
L^ug^tuu, W. a. T.,. 2 n 12.4 
Lnvell, AUred, X2 n iO 
XjEwrence. tt. L., 12 9 5. (/ 

J. C, 7 1^12 e 

- b. J., 1 7 c 
Laycuck, G. T., 8 12 «. 
Lea. Wm., 9 a 11 i 
Leach, G. U., lOdlSs 
Leatherbai row; vv . G., 19 0. 6^ ^ 



R^ilcivptolei ( continued), 

— Lebruin. F. K., ho9d 

— Leckc^y. Mary K.. lo o 6 

— I^ ( outeur, W. J^ 19 6 

— I^e, K. C. H.,24</9« 
f — l..eeff, Asm, h 12 e 

— l.egir. G. A., IH a 8 & 

F. T.. 21 rf 60 

— TA*gtfO, A. A,. 2H 1 1 s 

-I — LegKott and I )arnbroagh, 31 il 5 a 
— - Leslie, Jas.. 19 B 
«•— I^ver. Ellis. 2 fi 12 i 
Levy. M<Mis.2t d6c 

Ltrwia Marry. 28 a 13/ 

Lidinffton, Wm., 2.^ 14 4 

«— LindMiy, Aleit.. 6 o 9 i 
LingwotKi, H. A., 2 a 12 <^ 

— Litilfhales. J. P., 29 o 14 4 
~. — Llewellyn, G. H*, 2» « 10 

— Lloyd, TluM.. 1 9 6 

W. H. 2Sd\id 

Lobb. Percy. 24 li 9 s 

— Lock and Grant. 9 « II i 
—» Locke. W. M., 21 1/80 

— lAXikey, T. W., 21 </ 8 
— — Lomax. Alfred. 5 a 9 tf 

— LonjtOUin. J. M., 10 a IS* 
— - Ijong hurst, A. L,. 21 i 8 
.-— > LoTOll H. S., 29 U d 

— LowiidfS Thos., 15 080 

Lund. Wn),3t) a II tf 

"— LyiiipMiiy, A. N., 7 d l2o 

— MMckin. h;. M., ^ n 12 </ 

— Mackintosh. VVnjt , 18 a 86 
— i- Maclean. W. U.. A o 9 a 
— M- Miiiiktelow, Jw., 2 n 12 i 

Maun. Edw., iOa 13 

— Mantz, F. G., 1 ^ 6 /i 

— — Mapp.«*beck. J. tl.. 2 n 12 <A 

— Ma<ch G. S. J., aaa II tf 
-^ Miirous and tlunt. iH 8 0^ 
— — Ma<khnai, Geu., 9 n 1 1 tf 
-«*> Maisden, Jas., 2 9 12 d 

-<»* iViarshall and \ oppiii, 31 tf 13 4 
— — J., 18 a <* 6 

Mat ton, K. h\, i7 tf 13 

— iViartin, Henrv. 2i tf 8 
— 9 .-^amuel ana aoii, 9 n 1 1 4 

Mason, E. J., 12 n lU < 

Ellen, 9 « 1 1 i< 

— Maitersoii, Thus., 9 a 1 1 tf 
-< — Matthews^ Edwin^l9 a i3 d 
J. F., :dd tf 9 tf 

^— Maw. 8« A., 30 a 11 d 

— Mawson Harry, 22 o 1^0 

— Max Brutliers, ^li a 1 1 a 

— IP- McAu^ane, Jas., lO tf M 

— Mc Award. Jas., ooM d 

— McCanu^ Lawrence. U o 4* 

MacDunald, Donald, 3U a M tb 

— - Mud ugh and Britieii. 28 il 9 <4 
^» MCjSaught, U. C^tt 1^ 

iVici^u^Mii, F. G.. :< a 12 4 

— Melhaitth. W d., 19 c 

M«ilor, VVm..6 n 14/ 

— Melluws. Ernest, 80 1 2 # 

-.- Mecrip aaa u^mook, 1 d I ^ 



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Bankruptcies (eonttmitd). 
-^ Meroer, A. E^ 12 n 10 o 
That., Jan.. l6o 8e 

Miobell.J. M.. Id7 

Micboliiiure, Herbert, IBcSe 

MiddleTick, Leon, U d 13 « 

Miles, Geo., \ o7 e 

Miller, Lnnoelott, 8 o 12 ^ 

Mlllicent, H. F^ lOiltfn 

Milligan. W. J.« 19 n 18 i 

Mills. Wnlter. 8d 13^ 

Mil chin. L. J., 28 II 10 (^ 

Milnes, .lot., fin 14/ 

Milthorp. WNlter. 2H 4 d d 

Minshall. Tho., 2 n 12 d 

Mitchell, Jas., 9 II 11 d 

Mitchem, 4. J., 7 r/ \2c 

Monkman. K. & Co., 19 n 13 d 

Moodj. Mary, I9ii 13<i , 
Tom, 22 • 12 « 

Moore. 0. S.. 21 <i 6 ^ 

' J.A., 5o9<i 

- Th<is., 22 12 « 

- W. and B., 28 o II e 
Muorhottse. EL G., 12 n 10 ^ 
Moffran. Arthur, 30n 11 c/ 

Kamuel, 8 o 12 « 
Morris, M. A., 28o U# 

- Kobt^ 26 II tf 
«— - Most, John, 16 a 8 6 
— » Moxon, W. J^ 8 12 s 
^— MBdd. 'I'hos., 24 <j 9 s 

Mulhulland, W. P., U d\i€ 

MvUer, H. A., 26elle 

«— Mmmford, John. 23 « 10 « 

- Mnrdock, Robl., 29 o 14 (/ 
«- * Mmrray. R. B., 6 c 9 i 
<*— MBsgrave. A. S. J., 15 o 8 ^ 
— ^ Mvaeeo, G. Kb B.^ 7 if 12 e 

Wm^ 17J 18 s 

Myles. 8. A., \9n\9d 

Hiiylor, Ben., 19ivl8itf 

Veale,A«H., I2 » 10 » 
Milly,2iil2 d 
i— NeukaBser. R. F„ 16 a 8 <* 
— - Newbery, H. T^ 29 o 14 li 
— NewloTe, Wm., 24 <l 9 s 
^- Newman F. H^ 12 a 10 « 
anA GibliBg, 12 n 10 ( 

Newton, Robt, 2\ dSe 

Nk!holaB,fi.8.,19f> \dd 

NicboUs, Jas., 6 » 14/ 

MiooUs, J.G. and Sons, 12 o 6 <l 

Nichulion, Hariy, 7 d 12 c 

Niman, Alfred, \2oid 

Nizon, B. J., 21 d^e 

Noble, Ckaa., 81 d 6 a 

Norton, J. 8., 16 it 8 b^XO dU0 

Oakea, Arthur, 22 o 12 #-2 a 12 <l 

Oakey, Wm., 14 i< 13 « 

Odden. A. W„ 16 a 8 6 

Olden, J. C 1 7 

Olbury, H. J., 26 fi 18/ 

OidfleU, J. W., 12 a 10 

Oldring, W. H.. 26oli tf 

OUTer, Wm^ 14 d I3« 

Opensfauiw, W. A^ i» e 6 # 



BAnkfaptoiea {raniinutd). 

Oshonrne, Ridi. C..Ri>9d 

Ovenden. Alfred. 2 a 12 <f 

-i-. Owen Geo., 5 o 9 il 
J. T., 22 ^ 12 ^ 
Ower's, Kick. L.« 7 il 12 d 
Paine 0. K.. 7 d \2 6 
- W. R.. 22 o 12 s 
PaWr, Harry. HI d H a 

M. S*.. 8el2s 
Parker, G.A„ I4i l3s 

W. H„ I7f/I3e 
Ptrkes, Agnes. 29 • lid 
Pamhaid. Frank, 19 n 18 <^ 
Parry, Thof.. 16 a 8 d 

Wm.. 5ii 14/ 
Parr Jane. 2ii I2i 
Parsons. Herbert. HI <^ 5 4 
PaViio. A. v., 221 a 10 tf 

DaTid, 19 o 6 tf 
Pearoe. Sarah A.. 17 dlSd 
Pe^t. Thos. 3 d 1» d 
Peart, Lttthcor, 19 6 tf 
Pegler, Geo., 26 • II 6 
Penn. Jos., 19 o6e 
Perriils. H. H.,19al3<i 
Perry, J. G.. 81 <l 6 a 
PettiIlge1^, F. J.,- \OdiSg 
Petty, A. G.. 26 11 6 

Jos., 18 8 
Phillipa. Danist. 7dl2d 

- Datid, 19 a 18 # 
Q.J. lO^lHs 
Samuel, 8 <fl8f</ 
W. A., 30 a 11 d 

Pike, Chas.. 28iil0<r 

Pilgrim, Jabei, 29 14 4I 

Pilling. W. H., 12 a 10 4' 

•^ Phicott, J. Js 12 d 6 d 
-^ Piper. C^itfiel, 8dlSd 

Pitman. Heitt>y. 2i d9g 

Pttt, Albert,|17 dlSe 

- Poffitt, Bather, 60 9d 

Ponder, a F.. 8 12 a 

- - Poole. A. T.. 10-7 a 

Porrilt, Alfred, 19 a 13 </ 

.*— Potter, F. W., 29 14 1^ 
•k— i» John, 80 12 a 

- Pratt, A. H,, 22 a 12 s 
Henry. 9 n U d 
W. U. 10iil3a 

Preece, A. W., 29 e 14 tf 
Preston, B. T., 19 6 s 

- O. a, 26 a Us 



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Preatridge, T. W„ 19 a6 a 

-'--^ Priest. W. G., 21 d 6 a 
«~ Pringle and 8timpsoo^ 81 if 6 iT 
— * Price. Gwiiym, 26 a 18/ 
Johti, 19 6 e 
Pritchitfd. H. W^ 22 • 12 s 
Pritchtordl Bach., I2a5d 
Pryer, Jaft, 7<f 12 a 
Prynm J. H.,29^ol4d 
Pttddy and! Walbmrton, 24 4 9 ^ 
Pugh, A. B,^ 17 «C 13 a 
Pugsley. Wm., 3il8ii 
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iaiikrnprcie* (eontinutd), 

— PuliitiffPr, PkiUp. U /i Id • 

Que* t, Ton, 29 o Ua 

Rare^. J. W., I o 7 it 

^ Rulfs. W. H. J., 29o\id 

Ralph. CHm^ 28 mo ^ 

— Rundali, 0. H.,29o Uil 

— Runt. E. J., I o 7 <? 

— RatcltfFe, Jan., 2ft o 1 1 

• — Rayntmrtt fiimfl^. l^H 1 1 £ 
* — Rentier. Wto., 28 a 9d 
Reardon, 0#en. 17 <r 13 d 

Redmaif Robe.. 8 12 i 

— Been, E. H^ Irt a a ^ 
- Reef 16 «8i 
Reeae.t. W.. I7d\^e 
Beetom and PKtey. 14 tflSf If 
Reid. W.T.. 19 06c 
Relf A^n^flE., 8i 18^ 
Renfrey. I^ich., 12 o 6 d 
Rpatnck, F.E^5tf9d 
Rllod««. ^f6ti., 23 II 10 <^ 

Thofi , 14 tfl3 « 
Rice. W. J., 24 rf 9 • 
Richards, Harold, %'Jo 18 § 

T. G,,26o 11* 
_ W. E., 24 d 9 • 
Riehiirdtdb, FtMh 29 14 tf 

- F. 0.6 a 14/ 
Bidffwaj. AittA 12 « 10 ^ 
Ri^, Fletcher, Mn II d 
BlmmiD^ft F. T^.. ft o 9 d 
BoacJK, BlBh., 19060 
Roberta, F. On I? d 18 d 

^f.Vf.,9d\Sd 

- G.W., 6 a 14/ 

- E.Q..l7dl9d 
John. 12 « 10 ft 



Ro^rtoltew. Cynur. 7 1^ 1^« 
Robins, CUU.. 2 a 12 a^ 
Bobinaon,J.F^. llalOt 
» N^moD, 1 7 
- 8. W., 21 ^ 6 
Wm., lS(a10^ 



Rochford. Tbotn 2# I2f <{ 
Rodgers. Mark. 12 a 10 d' 
Rodbii,T. 8m8*I2« 
Rogera, J. J., 26 o II c 
RoUiAga. FreMu tfd l^d 
Roma£l, Jain 2i8 a 10 e 
Itootb. Jofrn, 12 6 <f 
Botft, G^n 6 o 9 li 

atvd Scoct, 10 li f 8 « 
RowMhfll, Jacob., 16 W 8 ft 
Boaantrelbh, Gbttlbtte H.) 24 if 9# 
Bound, W. H.. Ift 080 
Rowe. J, W^ 31J 6 « 
Ro#land, W. R.,* iSnt0 9 
Roirlands, Morgan, 8 1< 18 J 
Rutberfoid, W. B.* 16 n 8 ft^ 
Rotty, H. W^ 19 a 6c 
Buftfir. TK0t.,-2f4i9'(i 
Rusbforth; J. A.( 26 11 # 
By^et, Hv.lv, 80 12 « 
Hidler. O.S.,26irl»0r 

Sale, A. W.,9a II (t 
Salt,Eii&,24 4 9« 



Bankrupidea (rontinuid)^ 

- Silrtion, A. J.. 10 <l isi 

Edw., 7 d 120 

Smlidel John. 15 £j 

- Snundeta. ArthUr. 22 o 12 

r>. W., 7 12 e 

- Siidter, tduldferi A Co 16 tf 8 
Searle. A. H.. 2H d ^ d 

W. W., 26d ll r 

Sfeiira. W. j., 28 o ll <j 

8p]Iw06d. Toiri. \i H \0^ 

8e»fle Todi. 2 n \2 d 

''■clilarb, JHtiob{ M d 6 a 

- s«slimiUent»kyi R. P., 6 o 9 </ 
Schneider, Geo.. •» w 13 <i 

- ^<;h()^iifeld, Adolph, R 9 d 

- Schofleld. Fredk.. 2 n 12 d 

Thoi. 80 12 ft 

Willie. 29 o 14 <tf 

-=- Sfcott, Harry, I d 7 

Ri)bt., 5 4 14/ 

Sodtter, H. W. 5 a 14 / 

— Wjutt. Wm^in \2d 

Shsckel, Wrti., 10 <i 13 

-^s- Shannock, Naiblln. 2^d9lf 

- Sharp Hefli^. 7 d 12 

- SbarplM, Tbutf.. 16 11 8 JT 
Shaw, E. Mii ^H\3} 

Biobt. I o 7 c 

-a. Sttepherd, Daild, 2 H H d 

— H. W, 7 rfi2* 
Shermitn. Itidh.. 17ilSi0 
Sflarpe, Grace E., 19060 
Shieldi, Mary Arin. 22 d 12 J 
ShiltoD. R. W., 7 d 12 
Sbuttle#ortU, Jamea. 26 a 19 # 
Siloock, Frank, 23 a 10 
Silverstonft, Wm., 26 o 1 1 ^ 
Slmpkio,Ar P., 26 n 13 
i^iinpson, C. F.. 12 a lu 
W.A^2tind 



-3-Slitok, Wot, 21 <I6 
— Slater, TbOM.. 22 o 12 
-— Slee, Jot., 26df II0 
-a- SKio. Coritethit, 19 6 

— SlooombiB, Henry, 19 n l^i 
-^ ^nuat, A. W.. 7 rf 12 

— Smeaton, Hen^, 21 o 66 

— Stneeton. Edwin, 6 9 1^ 
-^% Smith, Albert, 19 a 13ii 

— A. Gn 21 a 6 
— ^ A. W^ 26 a 10 

— C. B,2f i60 
Chat., 16 a 8 ft 
Henry, 28 a 10 
H. B.. 21 ii60 
H. T., 29 o 14 i< 
Jon«a,gbACo., 6ik^4/ 

— ^^M. 7., 90 a II d 

— ^ S. G., 8 o 12 

— =1^* Samuel, L., 22 12 $' 

Tho«4 2it 12 <i— 17 d Jtt e 

-'z— Wm., 16 8 0--19II18 d 
^-^ Soden; J.- E. J., 8 o 12 

— Somert, LaWreboe, 7dV26 

— Sommerfeld, Hugo, 16 o 8 d* 
-^ Somet, Y. K4 82 12« 



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r. — Sonnepfeld. Morris, ZdV6d 
^ir— S<jiUthwell. T. H.. 19 o 6 c 

Sojer, N. M.. 31 db a 

•^ S^parkM. S. J.. HI d^a 
r — S^ul, J. An Ud9€ 
• — Spedding, Chat..^ o\2e 
,— Spencer, Ben., 26 o 1 1 o 

SpenpC: 6. E.. 12 n \(\ c 

.— 8Rittl$!$, Emma. Ann. b o 12 « 
^ Spooper, T. £., 9 n 1 1 (^ 

Spurr.Qeo.. I0dl3<» 

. 8t*ngi:oom, Wm., l9o6(j 

Stamop. A. E.., 7 dU c 

.- — SUnley, Edpiund. 26 o ll c 

SUpIee, Wm., \5oSe 

Starlej, Wna., 29o\id 

j: — smt, n. J., 19 » \'id 

.— Steel, Rettben. 5 o 9 (/ 

Sten;., W. H., $ rf ISd 

-^ Stepfaens, Rich.. 12 o5 a 

Stewart, R. H., 12 o 5 ^ 

:z — Stiqkels. Ajfred, »d \^d 
_-^ Stopk, J. I)., ^dlSd 
•^ Stoddart, Geo., 3 i l3 ef 

Stone, H. H., SdlSd 

Stores J. j., 17 rf 18 c 

^ Storey. T. E.. 6 9 i 

Stott, Wm., 2h n 10 ff 

^ Strickland, Wm.. 29 o li rf 

. Strong, P. B.. 5 n 14 ^ 

,•— Sugden, Zaccheus, bo9d 

Summers, Wm.. 2*2 o 12 i 

- Sdrridge, Sarah A., 22 o 12 « 

Sutherland, W. J. E. G.. 3 d 13 a 

c:r- Sutton, f . J., 7 d \2 e 

— • Swain,. W. C, 26 n 1 3 / , 

Sydenham, and Sydenham. 19 « 13 d 

Symonds, Jonathan, 7 d \2 o 

1 — Szapira, H. M„7rfl2c 
.— Tait. Johil. 1 7 tf 

Talbot, T. G., 24 d 9 * 

Tallon, Thoa., bo9d 

Tanner, 6. A., \7 d 13 <?. 

z — Tatlock, Ttoa^ 14 d 13 e 

Taylor, C. E.. 29 o 14 (i 

E. B., 26 a 13y 

F. W..21 rf6 e 

z Gea, \0d laa 

. G.,M.. l2ii 10 

- Join, jun.. 10 <2 13 a 

Tt J. A. B., 26n l^a 

T. — J. H., 12 n 10 c 

, ■ Robt., 8 12 a-23 n lO 

Wilfred, 19 n \td 

^~ WtfL, 8 o 12 a 
W. H.,3<2 13 i 
— W "p^Sl dba 
Tebbutt, Herbert) l9 a 13 d 
Teejing, W. G.. 2i d 6 a 
Thackeray. M. 1.. 26 o 1 1 a 
Tfiom.jJaa., 7 rf 12 p , 

Thomaa, Dand. l9 o 6 a-9 a i 1 i 
mw^ 19 n la <2 

E. F., I o 7 a 

F. J., 23 a 10 a 
&.U.,Ui2i3a 



Bankruptciee {conttnu-d), , 

Thomas. Samuel. .9 n 11 d 

W. H.. 26 a 13/ 

,W. J.,6nl4/ 

Thompson. A. H., 14 i 13 a 

Geo., 8o I2a 

G. 6...19nl3<« 

-— J. H.. 15o8 a 

l^ichoUs, 1 7 // 13 a 

Thorpe, Km ma J., :J0 n 1 1 d 

Thresh, W. T» 19 o 6 a 

— Thrower, Q. F., 22 alia 

— Tinimins, 2achariah, 3 ^ 13 dl 

— Timmis. Joa^, t^o 12 a r 
Tinker. Z. W., ^ o 9 <i 

— Tindall kA\ 3 rf IHd 

Tt)bitt, Geo., 8 n 12 a r 

Tompkins, fcllias, Vi ob d 

Tooze, E. W., 26 n 13 / 

Topokyan, G. H,. 23 a 10 a 

Travers. M. T. O., 26 n 13 / 

Trench H. B. O.. 16 a (^ 5 

— Trendell. J. C. 22 o 12 a 

— Tribe. Harry, 3 rf 13 d 

Troop, Richn 26 a M a 

Trout, Geo.. 9 a 1 1 ^ 

Trueman and Britt. 26 o 1 1 a 

— Tudor. W. H., 15o8 a 

Turabull Thos.. 26 o II a 

Turner, l>. T.. 16 o 8 a 

^ Frank. 8 a 12 a 

— J. and W.. 2f> a 11 a 
Twiddy, A. W., 12 a 10 a 
Tyson. Henry, 23 nlO a 
Ulph. H. A., 21 d6e 
Underwood. John. 15 o 8 a 
UnKlesfl, and Viret $ d 13 J 
Ureii, A. R., 15 a, 8 a 
Vardy,. Jos.. 6 a 14 /* . . 
Vaughan. F. W.,. 2I /f 6 c 
Vernon. Wm.. 12 n 10 * 
dickers, F. W..i9o6a 
Vyse, Howard, 9 a ll.i - 
Wachuider. Mayer. 19 a 13 J 
Wade. F B.. 2^^9<i 
Wagstaff. E.G., 19 a 13 i 
Walden, A. J.. 5 a 14/ 
Walkden. E. W., 12 n lO a 
Walker, C, W., 26a lie 
-Geo.,, 2 a \2 d , 
7- Henry, 26 a ila 

— JpHn. 2^ a ll/a 

-Thos., 6t a If/, 

— Wri., 22.? 12 a.„ , . , ,. 

Wallace. Henry, 12 a 10 a -17 <i 1^ b 



— tVfiller. A. E., 29 a 14 i 

Frank, 26 a 11 a 

— . Zaiig, 14 did a ^ 

— Walton. T. C, 10 418 a 

— Ward. (J. H., 19 6 a 
— - G. R., 15 a 8 a 
^ J. U., 7 c/ 12 c 

— Wanlie. tCieanor. 17 i 1^ c 

— Wareing Thos., 22 a 12 a 

— Warren. John, 26 11 a 

— Urbane, 2d a 1 1 a 



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[Oct. to 



Bankruptcies (continued). 

Werren. W. A., I a 7 <? 
• Wm., 2n V^d 

— Wnrrington, Jos., 93 n \0 e 

Warrv. A. W.. 9n \\ d 

— Watkinii. H. Q., 5 w 14/ 

Watson Alice, 2 n 12 d 

and >iuiitinf{t(>n. 14 <2 18 

- W. F^ ZH ddd 
P. U., Ud ^41 

WatU, Oeo.. \bd \i\ti 
and Watts. \2 o n d 
Wearer, Thoa. iAdlSe 

- W, E., «i i<6<9 
Webber, Edwin, 16a 8 & 

- Robt.. \ o 1 e 
Weigall. J. C. E., 24 <i i» 
Wei. hi. viartiti, 2H o II 
West. Erneai, oo9ii 

F. H.. 17 'f \3a 

- W. H., 2Hol4 a 
We.«ton, Holmi'S. aud Co,, 26 n 13/ 
Whaley. Vi.T..%nUd 
WliHliey, Wm. 8OI20 
Whitcuuib. Kredk., lllo6« 
White. Uenrj. 12 o o d 

- W.J. 16 n 8 h 
Whitehouse A. J., 16 a 8 6 
Whiteside. Hen 17, 19 n Mid 
Wiice. Timoihy, 80 '2 
Wickenden. Jan., \l d i3 o 
WiKiiiore, A. W., 18 n 8 & 
Wiidman. Albert, 7 dl2o 
Wilkinson, If. B^ 19 a 18 i 

- Turn, 10080 
■ I'. J., 7 a 13 

Willey, W. A. 6 a 14/ 
Williams. Andrew, 24 d 9 s 

- Beatrice E., 1 8 a 8 & 
Griffith 9 ft i 1 <i 

G. {>., 6 o 9 <j 
Henry. 2 a (2<i 



•laoei, 2.» a 10 
M. iv, Iz 06 
LViu»es. 26 o II 
Robtn ibnM h 
K. J., Hail <i 
1. b' t a uo 



barali A., and iMaad. 7 tf 12 
Thus., %co 120 

- VV . E.. o o 9 (i —23 a 1 
Wilhuure, Frank. 28 u 9 ^ 
WiUis. G. W.. 17 a 13 

- Henry. 8ii 13 d 
Wilson, E., I o I c 

-* Edgar, 1 2 o A d 
-^- Frances. 29 o 14 <i 

— Henry. 1 7 

Wise. Abraham. 9 a 11 </ 
lit- ury Oauncey, I o 7 
Wood, Harry, ^ mt d 

— John. 10 ^ 18 
K A., 24 d 9 
moh. 30 a 1 1 ^ 



Woodoook, Fred., 2 a 12 ^ 

Woodmancey. J. W., 7 <i 12 

— Woodrofie. G. H^ 19 a 13 d 

18 



Bankraptciea {cfrntinaMd), 

- Woods, J. T. aonlltf 

Woolley. W. J., 19 a \'Ad 

— Wolsf-Uy. K. T., 14 <i 13 

Wormald. Thos.. 31 i< A a 

Worsnop. J. H., H <2 IH i 

Worth. Jas.. I7d 1H« 

Wray. Wm.. 8 120 

Wright Ann. \2 o h d 

J T., 7<i 12 c 

Yirdy • has. 9a II <l 

- Yates. Jas. 19 o 6 

— Young. Philip. 19 a 13 d 
W. F., 6 o 9 d 

Youngs Elijah, 30 a 1 1 i 

Zycliliiisky, Morris, 12 S <J 

BANKRUPT IBS ANNULLED :« 
— — Beailinan, Altred, 3l « 6 a 

Belcher, J. E.. 10 tf 180 

(^hayney. T. 8.. I7 rf «3 

Meiclier. F. J., 26o il 

- Gudgeon, T. W.. 21 i 6 

Huiehes, R. J., 17 rf 13 

Robertson, W. J., 8 r 12 

Rowland, W. R., 24 <^ 9 

- Sampson, Henry, 26 110 

Van HorariKh, P. J., 19 a 13 <i 

BANKBUPTOY COURT :-- 

Notices of Last Examinations, ««s S0s»jf 

Wedn^^iay's and S'Uarday^t paptr 
Anglo-Egyptian Automatic Trading Com- 
pany, 18 o2^ 

Bankrupt. A., 17 i 6 a 

Bode. Major L. W., 27 o 13 0— 10 n 130 

Bogunlavsky & (C, 21 d 12/ 

Cottam, J. a, 25 a 8 

i'Uly and Best, 12 o 2 

DaTis. Edvr., 3 a 12 

- DeTereuz, Robert, 24 n 3 
D*Oyly, Sir W. a , 18 <l 3 rf 

Duncombe, Hon. H. E. V., II a 18 e 

Edridge. 0. E„ 12 2 

Eykyn. C\ H., 18 n 4 a 

Flew& ('0., 10 a 13^ 

Frazer, Jos., 2 d \Q h 

Gardiner, H. H., 22o4/ 

Gardner. Lord, 22 4 / 

Gillespie. John. 18 a 3/ 

Goldberg. ^, 26 3 <i 

Greaves, W. M., 1 1 n 13 i 

Gr«ren, W. 8. 8., 16 d 3 i 

Griswold. Wayne. 9 ^ 10 

- Hasluck, Lawrence. 19 9 

- Higgs, J. L.. 'ihn6t 

Holden H. V., I9o9 

JerTis. ('apt. E. 8., 9 rf 10 

-^— ErufStine E. P., 4 a l3 4 
-^ Kent Harry, 19 a 6 r 

- Kuper. i^ieut. UoL C. V. B., 12 n 4 « 
Llewelyn. G. H., 28 a 4 </ 

Lockie, John, 18 <i 13 u 

— Lumley, I J. A.. 10 4 3 rf 
Mack, Frank, 26 a 17 ^ 

Mackenzie dir J. K. D.. 26 n\l d 

Matthews, Fiad., 28 n 1 7 

Maunder. J. B. W., 29 o 6 

— ^ Morshead, Walter, 29 u 5 



Doc. 31, 1904.1 



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BlO 



BMikruptcy Court {continued). 

— Mutor Manafaciuring Company. 29 d 2 d 

— Napier, Col. B.. i^obe 

— Needham Peonv Bank, H n B t^n n\d 

Peyton, C. T., 6 a 6 c 

Read, W. W.. inSe 

— - Reade, G« G. H,, 4 n « <? 

— Ratty, H.W., 2ii l4 </-2l d9e 

— Scott, Harry. 1 6 a » « 

— 8lobodiD8ky, J. L^ 26o'Sd 

— Smith & Co , 16 n 8 « 

— Spencer. 8. E., 2 n 14 4 

Stanley, Edmund, 7dn /— 21 d 9 « 

— - StereoBon. P. L., 16 n'dd 

— Tabor, Arthur, 7 dSe^Sd^e 

Watson & Co.. 2n 14 d 

~ Weiobaom. Emanuel 15 dS § 

— - WUkitasoo, Tom, 2| <i 9 « 

Willis, B. L., 9 n 3 6 

Wolseley. fi.T., 17 n 10 <j 

Wreford, Geo., 6 o 10 ft— 9 n 2 <j— 7 <2 10 « 

Baptist Churches, ( changes in 3 o 6 d—G o 6 a— 
lOoo0~i3o9ft-24od ft-7n8<i-l4a5 / 
—21 a 7 <j— 6 d 7 c— 8 rf 11 a— 19 d 7 d-26 d 
9d 

— Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 5 o 6 a 
— > World Congress, •itnbd 

Barclay (Sir Thos.) at Walworth, 1 a 13 s 

Barhatn ^sir Geo.; Dinner to. .i o 8 h 

Barker (J. H.) on the Kelative i lost of Steam 

and Electricity, 22 o 10 c 
Barnes (Edmund) on Lord Stanley of Alderley, 

Barnett ( Henrietta O.) on Hampstead Heath 

Extension and a Garden Suburb, ho a lO « 
Barotseland, the Outlook in, 7 li 6/ 
Barry (J. W.) on Physical Educntion, 2*2 a 2 / 
Bateman (J. f .; on ihe late 6ir W. Harcourt, 4 

ob a 
Bath Abbey. 5 8 8/ 

Letter on, 7 a 10 « 

BaCy (Dr. T.) on Contraband of War, 22 d 9 e 
— - on the Foreign Enliatment Act. a die 
~ on Rural Housing and Rural District By- 
laws. 'On 4y 

Battmgarten (Rer. C.) on Free Meals for 

C hiidreu, 22 o'6e 
Baylis (Lieut-GoL; on the late Sir Erasmus 

Ommaiiney. 29 d \J 
Beach (Sir M. H.) at Cheltenham. 16 <i 12 « 

— on the Church anil ( 'ler^y, 1 « 7 a 

— - on the Sugar i;onveiition. Letter on. 22 db§ 
Beaconsfieid's ^bord) bit thday. Letter on, ^3 a 

Unpublished Norel by. 2id7/ 

— - Memorial Hospital. 26 o 8 a 

Bear in the City. H e 8 / 

Beancbamp (Heury) on Lord Kitchener's 

Schemes, 10 n \oj 
— — (Lord) iu Birmingham, lAdi 6 
Bechnanaland Protectorate, 21 i 4 a 

Letter on. 19 a 60 

Bede Memorial, 11 6 0— 12 7/ 

Bedford (Duchess of) on the PimUoo Ladies' 

Association, 26 ni d 
Badweil (^0. E.) uu Biahops :$uffragan, 27 d9 § 



Belgian Exhibition. Letter on, 3 a 3 « 
BELGIUM:— 

Army. 19 fi 7/-7 d b b^S d ^a-^d^f 

— — Divorce Law in. 26 n 7/ 
— — Parliament 9 n 6/ 

Politics. 1 nib 

Royal Lawsuit. 24 a 5 /f— 13 d b d-^lb d & 

<i— 21 d 3/-27 d 3/-28 d 3/ 
Belgrftye Hospital for Children, Letter on» 25 is 

6a 
Belharen TLord) on Technioal E^aontion, 19 d 

14 tf 
Bell (CoL Mark) on India and Afgliamstan, 3 » 

\0e 
Bellairs (Lieut. Oarlyon) on Naval and Militaf^ 

Expenditure, 1 o 12 « 
Ben Nevis Observatory, 5 a 12/ 

the ( losing of, 22 n 6 a 

Bermondsey, Distress in. Letter on^ I d 7 o- 
Bethlehem Royal Hospital, lo a 6 s 
Bethnal Green Free Library. IH ^ ['id 
Bevan (Rev. E. L.) on the Cardiff <^onvention» 

l3o8/ 

(F. A.)on the London City Mission, 29n2f 

Bid well (Rev. E. J.) on Colonial Classes at Pub<» 

lie Schools. HI o3/ 
BigwiMid ( Jas.) on a New Vf ethod of Acquiring 

Wealth, dd 9 
Birdwood (Sir Ueo.) on Sir Edw. Clarke and 

America. 30 a 11/ 
Birkbeok (%>llege, t o8f 
Birkenhead, ^ir. iUrnegie'sG.ft to, 26 a 8 6 

— Town Hall [>etter on. 3 o 3 
Birmingham Cattle Show 28nlOa-2i46 
^— > Chamber of • 'ommerce. 20 ■ 9 d^\7 n H d 

— and the ('oldstream Guards. 30 i 4 ^—31 
d6a 

~- and (Consumption. 25 o li / 

— — Dog Shiw, M) It 1 h 

Military Veterans* Society and the King^ 

19ii9<! 

^~ and Provincial Gunmakers' Association, ft 
di^* 

University. 4 n4 0-I <i IO0— 8i 11 a*» 

d IS o^X^d II d— 15 .1 6 A 

Birrell ( —J Dinner to 29 a il/ 

and th • Political Situation. 6(1 6 6 

Birthday Hon lurn, ^aM ' 

JSUiTBA :~ln Consequence of the Registlar* 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domiu« 
ions as also of all British Subjec'is born 
abroad, which can be inspected at ai.j time at 
the ( )ffice in Somerset House, it is not deeme<l 
expedient to insert the iwuiimum Lists an ad* 
vertised in theTtiaes. 

Birthii. .viarriages and Deaths. (Quarterly Re<» 
turn. 9 n 1 1 j 

Bishop of London's Fund. 2V) a 1 1 6 

— — Balanc(% Sheet. 27 4 a 

— — l>otter on, 30 tf 6 ♦! 

Black ( A. W.) on the Ecclesiastic il Diffl'mliy in 
Scotland. 2%1 

Blencachra Sanatorium for I'onsamptives, 4 o d 
s— '•» 060 

Blomfleld ( Ke^inxld) on the Preserrati'iu of SW 
Mark's, ;^U U lo s 

17 



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M« ■« 



Blue BuokK, 808C-80 11 0&/— 10 08/— 11 

8/— 2 n 1 2 a-'^ n 7/— 22 n 9 a— 25 n 12 d-^ 

Sd \i/-2Sd 5c 
Boarjl of Trade, Annual Report, 9 n7 d 
- Inquirj, 7 9 4—26 I2/-8 n 2/— 24 4 

7«' • 
Boer Misaion to England, Letter on, 9 n 15 i 
Z— M6nejr in Europe, 2\ o 6 b 
Boilermakera'! and Iron and 8^1 Shipbuilderpa 

Sodiety, 15 46 a 
Boilermakera* Society, Report, 15 o 10 6 
BoltuB'Educfttiuii Societj, Annual Meeting, 15 

Bompaa (Q. C.) on the ^orth Sea Outrage, 11 n 

9/ ^ r. . 

BOOKS :- 

t— Agricultural 4onua)a, 19 4 4 

Almanaca a^d 1b\^hi» for I»05, 29 4 10 5 

Anglo. African Who's' Who. 2i d 12 a 

_ BatWla Hunting Dil't>cturjr. 7 a 1^ c 
l^ofikB of Reference, 27 4 1 1*/ 

luyiefs tloart Gui4e. 2/ d 8/ 

trad»haw's 'Guide. K 13 4 

Ku8in&8 Directory of London, 80 4 12 5 

— Chineae Workera oh the Witwaterarand 
i\llnc«,25n 7/ -1 . •: . 

— V hriatmaa Nuinbera, IH 4 5 a— 24 4 12 5 

— ionsiitutiiinil Year Book for n«0.>, ^I d %f 

— rorreapondeiice of Uuke Ertie«t IX. uf LO 
burg, *ib o' \d a 

i;ebrett*rt P era<^ for lili.), 20 (/ 14 d 
Kiigiishwoiuaii*^ Year Book and Direqtorj, 
22 4 8 a > . 

-i-^ ii'reiiub Books, 24 4 12 <! 
... House AnniiHl T6 dWj 

— Lloyd's !i<gi4ier of British and Foreign 
bbipping, . u d • ' ■ 

i'uMch'H Aiinan-ick 2'.> 4 11/ 

— Kefrigerntiuti in ihe Uniry, ;{1 3 •/ 

— Kostrum and Auctioiiftrn Jon nnl, 10 o H « 

Royal Blue liook 6'j d \i b 

• — Rufif's Guide to the I'uif. 27 c/ 11/ 

^~^ ^ho^t Handbook (or >p«;Hkers and 8tudents 

of the I'olicy of rrelereutial Tariffs, 23 li 7 e 
— — ^tmith's IndfX to the Lendiug Articles of 

T}uTimes,'6u6C''\\in U e 
.->^' Wallord's County FHiuihes of the United 

Kiitgdom, *2f^ d ii J 

11' YVHytarers' Love. II o i 1 6 

*—- yVhit'iker'« Almanack fur 1905, 14 4 15 a 

- l^'ei-rHge. i :^ 4 14 e 

Wfio's who for lyoo, 10 4 4^ 

Bootb (" (ienerar) in Wales, i9 a 9 a 

lil-i- fUey. 'j. IS.) on tlie i^estruction of the 

ATon Banks. A ol'S c 
^— (W. B.) on i^^h. Iteis and Phiianiliroptc 

Lodgingbousea, 3 n ^y— a io6 — IumIoc — 

15VCa " 
Boots for Poor Children, 17 4 12 <i 
Borough Polytecbuic. 1 . « 4/ 
'^mm^ of Southwark Puolic Library, 19 4 12 4 
Borstal 8chehie, 1 4 4 e 
Bougbey (A.'U. F-) on 6ir John Qorst and his 

Constituents, 2 4 8 « 
Boulnoia (Edmund) Presentation to. 9 4 .*> e 
Boulton (8. B.) on the Proposed Colonial Ooo- 
' f erence, 24 4 9 5 
18 



Bourne (Abp.) and the United Irish Lea^e, 24 

a 6 4 ' 

--^ (H. R. F.) on the Con^ Commission of. 

Inquiry. 3 « 5 4 
Bou«fleid ( WraJ on Uniyersity Degrees for Wo^ 

men, 29 4 8 a ' 
Bowden- Smith (Adm. Sir N.)on the Unemployed 

and National Serrice. :V) 4 9 n 
Bowen ( W. E.) on Dr. Wace'a Pamphlet, 9 « 3 • 
Bowlea fT. G.) at King's Cynn, 19 a 9 a/'' 
— ^ — on £f ational Finance,^ tf a 1 4 Jr 
on Meutrality and Mediation. 28 a 6. 5—1 d 

8C-14//4 4 

on the North 8ea Outrage. 27 e 8 e 

on tlif Uoasian Hlnkk >$ea Fleet, I a ID a 

Boxing Day Entertainmehta, 27 4 4 5 
Boyd(J. VV.) on Manufacturing Confet^tiooen 

and ^iigar, 22 4 5 4 * " * ' * 

(Key. S. A.)on Bath Abbey. 7 a 10 a 

Bradford City ik>unca, In 4 9/ 

— and the Edncation Act, l9o4y 
-:^ Exhibition, 31 5 10 4 

— Ill-proTided School Children at, 16 • 10 5 

— Trade. 3o 6 5 

— (Counteas of) on Lord Beaoonafields Birth- 
day. rAa 1 e ' ' * 

Brandin'« (.Prof.) French Lectnrea, 7 a 4 / 

Brns^ey ( Lord) on the Centenary of the Death 
of NeUon, 2i o'Z/ '' ' 

Brnzil, Disturbances in 21 a 6 a ^14 4 5 s 

Br<«2>lian Navy', ^.> v'A »* 

Breieton (Cloudesley) on the Soul of a Nation, 
' l3o 60 

Brewrers* sSooii-ty, Annual Banquet 14 a 12 a 

Bridge (Adtn. Sir C.A G.) on tlie Coaling Sta^ 
tiOn Garrison (^uei*iion, 14o6a 

Brigi^S (^C. G.; on • lei bert Gladstone and i^y* 
Lleutiona. 1 • 14 4 

Bri)<hLou Technical School, 22 4 4 a 

Briscoe (liev: H. \i Elintt Drik**) on the^ 
Tiafalgar Cent ni«ry, 29 o n a~^ a L5 a 

Brldtoi Poor, Gen^'ioU!! Giftn to, 25 a 4 5 

Briiiali Ac«iJem>. Meeting, 29 10 a— 17 a 7 4— 
16 4 il'i ' • ' 

— — Astronomical Association, Annual Meet- 
ing, 20o(ia— 304d<i' ' ' 

- and Australian Workers, Letters on 10 

\i d 

Canal Problem, 147 4 

— Central Afiica, 8 o 11 

— Cotton vj rowing Association, 14 a 10 4 
'— Annual .Meeting, 1 7 4' 9 5 ' 

Letter on. 20 4 1 1 / 

^— Kast Africa, 90 11 b 

bmpiie League, ^0980 

and Koreign daiiora' '>ociety, 24 4 4 

Irade and lidu^trial Conditions,' 1^ 4 8/. 

>— I'UiMi.ure for a iaiucse Palace' W a 7 4 
Gove tiiueni and liuiuping, Lettera on, 1 11 

iiy-« fi 5 /> .SHii/^ia 2 a— 10 ad/-lba 

1 a 'dd.j d * 

- iioiue and Hospital for Incurablea, Screat- 
itatu. I u y y— .iO a 1 / 

— iiomoB ipathiu Association. Annual Meeting, 
6 4 4/ 

Medical Uenvolent Fund. 10 a 11 e 

I -— > Motor, Boat Club. Alcetiug, 25 a 6 /" 



Dec. 31., 1904j 



PALJ^I^kV l«I>lt^ TJJ. " Tillf •qM«^'' H^W8PA,PW». 



Can\ 



Britith Museum, M 8. uf Keatu, 'Mlypreioir* in 
* the, 10 1B ri 



(Natural History) 2Hd 1 

— North Horneo, 20 a 6d 

Annual iMnner, 7 d I2j( 
iml SarMWHk '2\ d A a 

— Opfical AMdciaiiiiii, Meeting 23 d, 10 d 
•^ — Puiiiuve Kxpeiliiion. 2» ii'*r» -i 

^— N:houl at Atheiirt Annual Meeting, 'iti oSf 
-^ at Kome» Annu.tl MeetioK* '3 a lUe 

— Trade with Swizerland \1 d 6 J 
•^ — Wett Africa. ^'^ o H d 

^-^-^ Punitive Expedition in, lo a 5/^ 

Works of Art and the United States Tarifif , 

Letter on, d<i l.> # 

firoadbent (Commander H. W.) on the Making 
of Mercantile VI an ne Officers,' 11 o» « 

— (.Sir NV. tl.; OQ the Prt- ventiuu of Oon«urap- 
tion, £h n A b 

Brodrick (— ) on the Empire and Education, 19 d 
^ i4y 
at GuUdford. 4 a 5 e^H d \[ d 

— at tlMslifiQere. 2t> n 8 « 

— and the Pre«8, 12 <i / « 
at Windsor. 1) d iOd 

BromptuD dospIUl fur Consumption. 28 n 8 /* 
BroodtNink (J. G.) on the Clyde Trust, 2d o 1 1 e 
Brooke- Hitching (Mr T.) and the i'ouiity 

* Councd. 24 8/ 

Broweir ( 1 hid.) on the Patent Lawr, 4 4 / 
Brown )(). (Jt,) on \Jiiurch Schools in Glam>irg>in- 
"rfhrfe, 3oo/ -• 

— (Prof. G. B.)o" ^h** German Movemfni for 
the Proteciioii of Historical I'^ities, 1 a 2 / 

"(Geo.) o^'the vledicnl Profession and the 

Lnw i ourts, 4 ad e 
Browne (Mr J. '.^on vlind and Matter, Bi 14/ 
-^ — on Physical Educiiion, « o 2 / 
Brownlow ^Lo^d) and v Conscription, 30 n\i d 
Browurigx ^Canou J. 6.) on ibe vVelsii ii^duca- 
' tioii DiiiicuUy, a a 4 e 
Bruce (ciir C. T.) ou Mr. Chamberlain and the 

* iiiUipire. 5 o 8 i0 

— ou 1 rupical Medicine, '^ 6 / 

•»- ^G. L.> OQ Compulsory Greek in Tendon, 8 

~d\6f 
Bruuiier ^Sir Jolin T.) on Evening Continuation 

' dchools, 60 Hd 
Bryce (' -) at Aberdeen. 8 <l 8 a — J a in b 
Buchanan (1*. ii.yoD India and the Army, 10 

•12/ 
Buckmaster (A. C.) on the Thames at Hampton 

Wick, lo 10/ 
BULG aBIA : — 
-i — Aimnments, I do/ 

— Hvm^ict, i^' d a f 

— Prince Kerdinand and King Peter. 1 o 8 u 

— Finance, ^n .1/— 6ci 6/ ^ " 

— > Miliuiy >lauoBuvres, 6o4a — II o8c/*-19 

o4 u 
»— Miscellaneous Newt, 'io 80—21 3/ 
New Loan, 14n4o — J»n7« 

Opening of the "^obrauye.'Ay 7/ 

-^ UuirMge by a tiulganan band, 2» 8 a 
and iuikey. 31 a 3 c; 

BuUeu ^u^. J.; gu Agriculture and Railway 
'charges, 1^ n 11/—-^;* » */ ' 



BuUen (P. T.)on the Making of British Mercan-, 

tile Vlnrine Officr'r's. 4*0 > r 
Bunn (W. G.) oil the Hospital Penny Fund. 2i * 

I'l d, 
Burdeil-Ooutts (Lady) on the D^titate t/hildf 

reii'i* Dinner' society 28' n'h n 
Rurghclere (Lord) at Bridgnorth. 18 /i 12 d 
dur|coyne(A. H.') on v'oium ind of the Seas^ 27; 

on Naval Losse'* in thn War. 21 a \K)f. 

on the (i^brth ^fa^ Ontrage,' 2^ 8 u 

Bui ma ami India, ^30 <f' 7 / 

-^ RadwHys ill, 2)i d2 f* 

Burne Jones (Mr Philip} on the. Arrangement^ 

with Kiismia, 1 n lOu ' ' 
Bui n^ Bible. ir{ '' 12 / 

-^— Letter on. 23 / 7/, 

— y^iU, Uawson; on Pssstre Keeiftance, 29 0, 

'- (John) and Free Trade, 23 d^l f 

— --> on 'Labour and, liriQlc. 1 a 10/ 
Burt ^ rhos.) on the Trade Union Congress^ 6 0, 

ho 
Butcher (8. H.) on the Irish lieform Associa- 

lion, o o 6 ti 
Butler ^tnet Jewish GirU' •lub 2» a 2/ 

( W . H. ) oii Hid King's Eni^lisb. I 7 o 1 2 / 
Buxton (E. N.) on the LicTriising Act 23 a 10 d, 
(Noel; oil the Mkcfd inian Kefor.n ."scheme, 
6 n 12/— 7 n 10' -12 a i4 c. 

— (Sydnt'y; and Alien Immigration, 5^8/ 

at >iuiidford, ^4 /f »c ' 

Bqj^'ing Kates' on the East, 4 9 a^ll oW b ^ 
' xo o .» d — 2rt i\ j — ^ n 18 ft -8 nl4f-^l5a, 
13y— 2i /« M /--'V* a ia/-6 a i3<i~U<i Id' 
4- 2o u 13 tf-30 </ 1 1 6 

C. 

Cab Fare Indicator, 18 // 18/. 

Kares in L/nlon Letter on, 18 10/ 
Cabdrivers' benevolent Associitioii, Annual 

Meeiiii^ li (/ 12 i!f 
Cabinet Council Meetings, 29 9 e—\ a9ii— 3 
n i <f-8 n y« — 1^ a li rf— 9 a ll /.-28 ail' 
y -3 rf 11 « — 1 » fi 9 s .7 ./ II <? 
i'aiilard ( >ir Vincent; on the Pi ice of Sugar, 3, 

<•* li « 

Caine(Hall; on Fiction. 2 ' (i >/ 
Cairns (Win.; uu I'e I'rofun is 24 d \0 b 
Cauiberwell >ch«>ol of irts and i^ratts, Annual 
Exhibiti(»n, 30 a 8 6 ' ' 

Cambridge, UreeK at, letter on, 24 // 8 6 

btudy of Art at 2i a *\ v ' 

Unioo-S<iC.ety. i d tOf—fS d \\ b 

— A ppotntme >•!.», 120 4 6/ —^O o 8 a — 21 4 e . 
—28 w . tf — ^8 oj -U H 0/ — i I n 8/— 18 « 
8/— 28 n 7y — 3/ n 10 f* — / a \0 e -24 a 6 

-—7 .V wards, n o ii b -i t o b a —'^6 o 7 0— 1 a 8 
/- i n i e -» n o '» — 16 a" 9 «— z3 a 7 / — 3J n 
lO'. — 1 e*|10 «— 8 u*8 <J-13 a ll d^i\iii'. 
Uc 

Bequest to. 3) </ 10 6 

— board ot GeograpUiC'il Studies. \0 d 12 «^ 
ot Military studies. lOd U 
of OiieuiMl Studies, 1 a 10 « 

Or. Ule buii*8 Preseutatiou to, 8 n 8 & 

19 ^ 



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PALliKK'8 IMDIfiX TO *^ TUB T1IIB8 NBWSI'APBII. 



[Oct It^ 



Cambridge Univenity {continued) 

C'liMH List^, if a 8 <7-tO d I2e-I2 d \0 d 

• -I4 «/H/ 

Congregailunn. 3 o H ^--14 o 9 «— 28 o 6/ — 
I 1 n H / ^'*it n it (' -6 r/ 6 i - 1 7 /< 12 

— Dvffreef. 1* o H a -28 o 5/--1I n 8y-2> n 
6 6 — 5// H «.— lil ^00 

— EleotionSp 3 t^ ^—n o 8 li— R o 9 /— lo o 5 
<l-26o 7 <t— 27 o H» -ai G/— 3 « 4/-8 « 6 
J_|« r Jl «_2i •• 9/ -28 M 7/— 30 « 10 ft—U) 
tf 12 0—16 #1 9</-i/ /I 12 0^19 <2 IO0>2» <^ 

-^ £lectorrtl KoU. vtoedn/ of vieniben. 23 n 

«~ KxHDiiniitions. 20 o 8 o- 9 n 10/ 

Gtfiieral Buanl of Studies, 9 « 10/^7 d \0 o 

(jraiits. 16 n 9 

— Qrants. 1 6 a 9 

-^— lleHds of colleges. Ehctiou of 3 n 4 /~8 n 

Hb 
- — Uhnc Newton 8tudeiit«hipi at, (j«tt«r oa. 

29 « M 6 
^— LoomI KxHininations. 10^9^ 

Matriculation fvir the Miclmelmad Term. 

22 ' d 

•-^ Mi^celianeoas Neir^, 12 4 d —22 10 d ^ 

m^^ Pass Lists, 19 dl0o-20d6 i— 21 <i 4 a- 

22 c/ 4 /— ii4 <i tt c 
-^ Ketiulatious for the Preyious Gxt mi nation, 

I2n 7 

— Scholarships. 9 n 10/— v2 n 9/ — 10 tf 12 e 

— Select Preauhers, l«i«t of. IH d a 6 

— Senate, I'A i <i— 21 4 -3 n 4 / 

-^ Special Buard of InJmn Ciyil Serrice 
Studies, 2dii6a— 1 d 10 0— 10 d 12 0— lOd 
12e 

— State Medioine Syndicate, 3 n 4/ 

— studies and KzHminMtitms Syndicate, 30 « 
l0 2'-*^a4ff-8<^12 d—od^d 

» Letter on, 6 •• 6 <i 

Univf rsiiy i alf ndar f or l9o4-5. I0o5^ 

■ Library S^naioaie, 14 d *ij 

. Press syndicate. 14// Vtj 

Walsuiglmm Medal. '^2 h iij 

Camden .'^gbooiof Art ii d 6J 
Cameroons, I0 o 4 0*>m. n 3 e 

Campbell (F. B. K.) on th«.' Mationery Office and 
Public Documents, u u 4/ 

— ^lieT. H. J.; on Hunt^ry School Children, 
27 a 41 

Bnd Working Men. 19 o 8 <i-2i o 4/— 

22 9 
Cgrapbeli-lUnnermaa (Sir il.)at Alloa, II a 8a 

— at C*oluhest;;r. 2> a 8y 

— m Ilia ConsUiuency 10 li 6 <^ 

— Ill tlie fa^aai £iid. Ax 4 b a 
*— at liundee 18 m « 

— at Dutitermiiiie. )i d6 t 
iu Ediiiburgti, 7 h ha 

, on the vieneral Election, \ d 1 a 

•-— iu Glasgow. 5 n 12 <i 
~- in Manchester, 30 n 7 ^ 

•. at Nurwich. '^2 u&a 

('ampdeii, school oX Arts and Orilf ts sK ^^ • <>/ 
QAli ADA : - 
w^ Mr. ttryce ia, 5 « ^ 6 
2U 



I 



I 



Gaiuid* (tontintiedj, 

— .. (^iig«' of Npt. *ialmi>n. 7 o 3 

•*— (^•ultet•y Titiea iif Admtniiitratori, 5d 5/ 

Custom^ R.-auiatioiis, 8 a 6 »28 n 4/-17 

ti 7 a -2'* •' 3 / 

— — Doininioii < 'ahinet, 6086 

l£l.cii«)n rampaiim 24 4 6^29 7/^S • 

3 / 4 M 4 a — A « 7 c/ 

Ltttemn 16ii2 

Nsatulals !•• U a 6 *i^n a 8 / 

— - and the Empire 1«'» o 5 0— 8 a 3/ 

KmancH. ?» « 4 / 
— • General Klection. ' 7 o 4 << -28 oSc 

— Dr. GiiitlwiD .Smith and i^anada't Deetinj^ 
14 a 3/ 

iioTerntnetit ant Lord Wiiito, 26 a 18 a 

— (voverHtir-tiMieral of. i o !i d 
— - an<l i.oril iirHy, o d 6 b 

^- Lord \i ey*« Ariival, <2 li 6 -14 d B § 

— Sir ^ life id Laurier on Preference, 14 a 4 ^ 

Lord Vlinio 3 3 <i — 19 a i o -22 a »/ 

■ and the t^analians, 18 ■ 5^^ 19 a 6 tt 

Mi celiMnedUH News, 12 3y— 19 •i «*2a 

o 3/-30rf A J 

— John Morley in. 2rt :H/-1 a 6 a— 8 n 7/ 
— > and Naval Defence. i'A d 'df 

— — New vgrifulturai 0«>ll«ge for, 29 « 4 # 

— Ontario Vliniiitty, 23 n 3 
— — l'(ditiu« 2i *• 3 / - I <i o c 

— — aiiU Piefertfiiiiai Frade^ 6 bd — 6 • 4 a-^ 
3\ d ,» t* 

lAftter on, 1>* 8/ 
itaiU'ay Exten^ioti. 27 4 8 



Policy, I a 4 



— and .ariff lleform, H #/ 14/ 

— anil the UnitfU Mate*. ;f9 a 5/ 

(^a- a la i i«l Kji «u^ar, i^it?r on, ■» o^ d 
1 auH<lian .vdiuiniatrati}!!, at H/ 

— cul cUoii* and I lie vIpptMiiioii, Letter m^ 
8h .17 

Nonh Wesi, i9 v 4 c 

the Kuiure of ine. better on, 4 i i c 

— wiUi l£ii|(land, ■•> J .tj 
OAiM Aub: — 

— Grand Junction. \5 d r» / 
— «— Isiiiiuian 2 no/ 

Mrtiicneater Shi^, 19 a 14 

— — .tiiacellAiieous N» w«, 2 « 12 
-^^ Uxf.iiil, 24 o 10 

-^ Panama. iZuhd 

— Sue^ Letters 0.1, 24 a 7 a— 13 «i 14 a»l9A 

1'^ o 

Canary Islands Coasting Trade, 2 1 u 4 d-'ii d 

•V 
Cancer iluspiul New Nuraen* lloiud at (he, i6ia 

11 c 

rreatiiieiii of, 2 'i 9 # 

Caiidlei ^tiuwardj on the Uoemployeil %iid tll» 

Untie ted Chilareii, 2.^ d H^ a 
Canteroury ^Aop. u(; in tlie City 2a 7 6 
C'anilierly ^sJUas.) uu tile sJuuuty Court System, 

6 '• ii 
Cantiow ^ vliss &,) on Diatresa iu Armenia, 1 4 4. 

12 

Caidiff, Alleged disappcupriaiioit at, 20o 4 # 
— - C«»n\eiiti«>n. Leiieroti, 13 o / 
-— Umvnsuy Seiileuusu^ ii it la e 



Dee. 31, 1904«] palmbr's indkz to ** res timbb, '* newspapbr. 



Ban 



Care of OrippM Ohll Iran 27 o x 
OarlUe (W. W.) on the Open Shop MoTement in 
AmericH, 2\d \f 

— ( W.) on "hf Iters tod Philanthropic Lodg- 
inKhotuei, 1 4 n 6 /? 

Carlisle ( Lord ) on the Art for Schools Associa- 
tion, 27 8 
Carnegie ( — ) anl Islington, 8 o 9/ 

— on Peace t^o i h 

— » Music •Nsholsrsliips, Letter on, 34 <f 5 d 
Carnegie's (— ) Palace of Peace. 20 4 a 
Caroe (W. D.) on the Angel Stfeeplf. AXva Bell 

Harry Tower. raiUirhu'y h tt 13 /"-iH rfM « 
Carpenters ( Company rSecondary 8ch<Jol, 2ld2 e 
Carriage of Dead vieat l^«*tter on. \ otf 
Carrington (I^rd) on Overcrowdiiig. 4 a 4 
("arson rMr l£.)at Kidderini lifter. lU a 14 ^f 
Carter 0^ B.) on Insanity and the Umdon 

County CouncU HI 8 /—I I nia^X^n^ft 
~— & (>>.. on Seeds Taken by the Antarctic 

Expedition. %d '6€ 
Carter-i'OttoD (F.) on Canada and Fiji Sugar, 5 

Cvtwright (A.) and South Africa, 8^80 
Case of Adolf Beck. IH 7 ^^im 8^ 

■ Constitutional Aspect of the, Letter on, 

8(14 </ 
Inquiry into. 19 6 0— 20 10 a— 21 9 

o— 24o II a— 25o !<» A 
— *-«> Letters 00, 28 n 10 r— 80 ^ 10 d 

Report of the Committee of Inquiry, 26 a 6 a 

*-* of Mr. Gurney, 1 8 fr— 4 o 4 a— >5 o 3 ^ 
of Twin Formed Sisters, 26 a 8 6 

of WhiUker Wright, lo a 7a 

Castaway Found in Greenwich, 80 d 10 
CATTLE:— 

— - Basingstoke. 28 8 / 
— *- Argentine Trade, 7 n 4 0—12 nl d 
•>— Metropolitan Markets, «ee •very da^'t poft^r 
— -> Ktate of the Mnrket, $&e eoery dcy's p 'per 
^— Trade of Glasgow, see every dan's fuiper 
Caution, 25 a 7 
Cavendish (Lady Fredk.)on OonTalesoont Homee 

and the Homo of liecoyery, 2^nd d 
Cecil (lfiTt4yn) at Aston Manor, 1 1 « 6 
•-«- (Lord U.) on Mr. Balfour and Mr. Cbam- 

berlain, 18 o lod 
^— and the Bducatioo Acts, 14 8 e 
*— at Newcastle. 10a 9 
^— (KeY. \¥. Go on Indiscriminate AlmagiTlng, 

29^ 8/ 
— - on Religious Education, 26 3/ 
^-» birenioon. Letter on, ib \ J 
Celebes Ifland. i>utch Expedition in, 22d 3 ft 
Centenarians, Death of, 'ia^ <i— 27 dbg 
Qeo^ral and Associated Chambers of Agrieulture, 

Meetmg. 2 a 4 0—8 dXbd 
.«— British Bed Oroas Council, Letter on, 21 a 

10 a 

— Chnrch Bo^y, Letter on, 22 << 8 e 

— - Publichouflt; Trust Association, 10 <l 7 d— 30 

d1 
Ceylou, Condition of, l7 a 3<i 
•- — New Bailway in, 2 a 6 a 
Chailey Ditirict Council and Sir Wm. Grantliaoi, 

18 i 7 // 
Change (Sir W,> and the Poor Law, 1 a 3 






Cbamberlsin ^Aunten) st Hparkhill 13/i 6 

— (Joseph) and Agriculture. Letters on. 4 e 4 
0-H l.H <i~7 o9 /7— Ho II <<^11 00 0~l « 
12ii-3a 10 A^I2no0'26a 18a— 14 i 16 tf 

and Biioks 16 a H 

— — and the C«>ldstreHm Guards, 71 df*d 

— and his Orinc«. i^etteron. 12 6 <{ 

— in the Ba«t Rnd. 16 i tf a 

— — Hiid the Health of the Bmpire, 18 o 10 <f 

— — Letter on. 5 6 
—- at Luton. 608a 

Chancellor of the Exchequer, and his ConstitiH 

enu \9dia d 
— — at liedditch. 16 /< 12 i 
at Rugby. 24 a 6 

— on the Ssvings Bsnhs. 17 ^ 12 ft 
OHANGB OF SU^NAMEa ftc: - 

— Atkinson, J. G., to be J. G., Atkinson FBir" 
bank, 14 n 1 & 

Coutu, F. B. T. M.. to be Frands Coiitt#, 

24 a I c 

— (^urrie, Eth^ B. G. to be Eleslop; 1 ^^Hd* 

— Currie, U. L.. to be Heslop, \ d\ c 

*^ Dayies, Botrart. to be Leama Bbbert 

DaTies. 21 I 6 
DufF, C. G., to bo C. O. Aisheton Smhh. I 

d I0 

— Edmunds, W. A., Uf be Beaumont- Ed- 
munds, 1 9 d 1 ft 

Higtfins, V. J. E., to be Wall 23 n 1 & 

Bind, T. F.. to be Wallis- Markland, 9 a 1 d" 

Leuthardt, Peter, to be Leuthardt-Thorn-^ 

ton. 2i d \h 

— - Perceval. Capt. Philip, to be HanUjce. 17 

ol b 
^— Rosenzweig. Paul A., to be Rosn, 24 n 1 

— HLipper, 0. F.. to be Bur iham Clipper, 31 
1 b 

8mith Maria, to be Maria Draycott-Smtih^ 

%'do ^ b 
Tew, F. S., tabe Fred. Smallman Tew, 23 

%\h 
Thompson, J. B., to be John Barclay, 19 w 

1 h 
— «. Thomson, W. A., to be Gri^, 31 o 1 & 

Wells, T. a., to be Sanderson- Wells, 6 o 1 6 

^-^Toul, Kmma M. G., tcr be^ Emma M. Or 

Guzman Youl. 22 a 1 & 

Zacharias. G. J., to be Jessel^ Bile 

— «-» JofL to be Jesse], 6 (f 1 
Channing(F. A.) on the lioyal Agricultural 

Society of England. 20 <i 15 6 
Chaplin ( — ) and Colonial Preference, 28 a 8/ 
— i- on Lord Bosebery, 1 a 8-6 

— at Lincoln^ 25 5 a 

Chapman (6.) on Railway B«tes, 14 8/ 

Q W. P.) on Travelling in Italy, 26 12 d 

Charing Cross Hospital, 608/ 
■I Letter on, 18 d 14 i< 

MedicAl School. 24 a 12 

Charitable Appeals, 80 </ 2 i 

Charitable Appeals and Don«iiom, tea §Qik 

Charity Orgaoizauon Society, Meeting, 1 m, 1 1 ^ 
Charriugton ( F. N.>.oiif Tower Uamlett Mifiiovy 

26 #4 
Chartofed Institute of Seenretariesy 19 d 10 

21 



tiba 



VALii'rR's iii6rx to " thTc timks '* NBwsi'kpka. 



[t)oi. 1 to 



Chirtley Park, the Wild White Cattle at, Ut- 

tj>ron, *29 n 4</--3 «y 6 6 
'Chnrtret (John) oa VI r. Pearson and the Sunff- 

drd^ '^4 n To 

on Lord Rowpfeery on the Coloniea 5 o 6 rf 

Chiihi n 'i*»forin v>l»ib I » i »» i 

'r.he«p '"ottHffes (exhibition. 7.efc'er on. 2/> r/ 6 A 

rhelmsford (^Lord) on the Convaletuent Dinners 

Society, \d1f 
CheUea Hospiial for Wonrit»h M « 9/— IH d \2 a 
themiaU' Exhibition. U tf 13/ 
Cheshire (\mntv Council 1 1 n 5 ^ 
Cheshunt 'olle^e. 8 d ii f 
'Chester rhriMttnax Eisti^ddfo^ 27 ft S tt 
^— Dairy Fanners* Associ-ition, Annual showr. 

26 6 A -27 o « tf 
'Chesterton (G. K.) on Mr. Pearson and the 

Standard. 2Hn U^ 
'CheTHSsus (H.) on the Sde^ CKnal and the 

Chamber of {^hipping 24 n 9 a 
Childhood Society, 29 o 6 <7 
t/hildren*8 (V)iintry Holiday Kand, 3 o 9 a 

Kair, Letter on. 27 o 6/ 

' Happy Eyedihgtf Associal^icn, Annaal 

Meeting. 19 n 9 c 
— — Lengae of Kindnes.^, 16 « 14/ 
'«— — Home and Orphanage, 23 ^ 4 ce 
•^^ Uniod, Conference. 27 o 8 
Chile, 4 4 »->l8 o4 b—l a 6 a 

and Kolivia, 19 4 0-24 oAb 

Chilian Cabiiiet, Resignition of ttie. 16^ 7/- 

ldd6b 

Finance, 31 <f 8 d 

, NaVy, »0n6a 

bHINA :— 

—— Dowager- Empress. Birthday of, 1 6 no/ 

and Mission Work, 22 o 11/ 

^. Flight of the Dalai Lama, 9 li 5 e 
— — Qermans in, 2i d da 

^— Indemnity, 15 n 5/ 
-^-* Li Hting-chang on the Manchurian Qit na- 
tion 12066 

.: aftd thd Poirers, V2 f/ 3 

— — Reaction in, 27 4 a 

Registration of Trade Mtfrks in. 81 ^ 6 a 

^-^ Shanghai River Consfrvancy, 5d 5 *i 
J fcnd the Tibet Treaty. 16 n 6/'-28 dib 

Letter on, 24 n 12 d 

Trade Marks in, 21 3 «— 24 6 4 o^\ n 6/ 

.»— Letters on. 2u 4 — 25 18 c/ 

J Transit Duties, 2dSd 

Unrest in. 1 6 d— 6 o 3 b—S 5 r^ll o 3 

/— 17 ole 

Toung China Party, 22 n 3/ 

China Ass^atiun, Dinner, 1 7 » 6 e 
Chinked (Trhninals and South Africa, 2 d 8/ 

^:-^ Hatred for Europeans, 9dl3a 
Chin6'- Portuguese Treaty, Id n 5/ 
Chiitagong, the Approaches to. 3 <2 12/ 
6hoate (— ) at Crewe, 24 n 10 e 
Cholera in Persia. 18 4 « 

J Russia. 22 5/ 

Chopping off the Right Hsind. 22dsj 

fehVist's hospital. Founder's Day, 25 o 5 ^ , 

t^ifrislie (C. U. P.) on Mh Chamberlain aha 

Agricultuore, 6^18<i'la 12 (j-i2 a 5 «— 14 



Ctiristmas .Appeals. 15 «i 2 <f — 23 d 10 6>-24 d 9 b 

Beer in VVorkliouse.*, f^etters oh, S d 14/ — 

U\d I' e -2f{ '/ f^ «/-29 d od 
- — (Hrds 20 d lA e 

I Uy. 26 // 5 

Entertain raent«, 26 rf 4 d 

Fruit Trade 'j:i d 1 00 

Koii-lays, Letter on 3* o 1 1 , . , 

nt Liverpool Pollt Offiie. 27 d \0 d 

Ohnhb (Sir (t. • Dinner to. (I a 4 
on a N.'W Tei-ror in London Streets, 8 d 

(L. \V.)oh Bell 'larryTower, Canterbury 

('nthednil •() a 9 ^ 
Cfiurch(IVof. A. 11 )on Bell Tower. Canter- 

t^nry. »9 n 6 /^ 
-^ — (Sir VV.) on tij Medical Profession, 30 

Md 
\ rniy I M *t \ r 

■J ( • 1 

AsS'iciatio'i, Anndal Conference. II •» 5 rf 

■ Conference. I 4 nil/ 

— .Vleett<ig. \p\f 

in (Canada and South Africa, 23 a 8 c 

and < Miapel. Letters on, 1 6 ft— 4 oib — 

18o2<i— 29o4a 
— — and Divorce in America, 15 6 e 
OHdROH OF ENGLAND :- 

Birmingham Bi«)iopric. 16 n 7 

— Lette? on. 16 i2 1 1 
—^ Bishops. New, 14 t/ 9 

-^— Suffragan. Letters on, 24 4 6 0—27 <^ 9 s 
—29 ^8 ft— 80 dbb ... 
Canterbury (^atl^edral. Proposed Repara- 
tion of the Bell Harry Tower of 29 in /l — 
IOn9<i;— 15 n 12/ -19 n 6 /~24 a 4 (1—25 a 
9 a— 15 d ia/-19 d 3/-21 d 12 /— 22 d 9 / 
—29 d^a 

— Abp. of Canterbury at Canterbury. 21 d 

'' ■ on church Defence, 16 n 7 

on the Maintenance of Church Scliools. 



hdl n 

Visit to America. 8 4 a— 7 8 e^8 10 



0—1 1 8 0—12 80—15 6 6— 24 V 6 5 
■ Comments on, 2»j 8 5 



« Letters on, 8 6 r— 22 080 



'—^ ^'hurch C'Ongress. 3 4 0—6 4 a- 6 9 
a— 7o 8a-8o 10 a 

of England in Canada. 29 18 

and the Mission Field. 25 n 9 ft 

Consecration of i^olonial Bishops, 29 13 

Diocesan Conferences, 12 o 8/— 14 5 — 

18 I0<7-20o8ft-21 5d— 27 10^^—21 
5 6—81 l4 0— 9ii 11 a— 10 a 9 c— 24 a II ft 
—26 a 14 c 

Diocese of South London, Letter on, 20 i 8 ft 

- of South wark Fund, 12 n 10 a . 
— — Bp. of Ely, Resignation of.9 i 5 0—19 d 8/ 

— Epii>copal Kesidence of the Bishops of Car- 
lisle, Letter on. 17 w 4 d 

— Bp. of GIddester, ResigoatioQ of. 26 o 8 ft 

— Bp. Gore's Farewell to Worcester, 20 ^ 6 

Aruhdn.' ol Kingston-upbn-Tfaiames. 9 n 1 1 ft 

Kircvtead Church, Letters on. 8 d 15/— 20 

d 150 

Liverpoof Cathiedral, Muuiffceat Gflf tV 9 n 

t{i c 



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Xharcfi of KngUnd (oontinH^), 

Bp. of London New Yter l<etter. %7 d 5 • 

New B'Mop of ftforay Aod Ro^a, 20 o S ft 

Ordinattont. 3 o 6 i— 14 d 10 0-20 ^ 4 e- 

98 d % d 

~— ^ 'Pr^imini^ Bzamiditlon for Holy Orden, 

Pro^OitiiedraL Birmingham, Z\ dhe 

" Koehester Oatfaerai, I d 1 1 • 

Dean of Bochestorf New, \Zd\6 a, 

Bp. of .iaiitBiiry and Bocldtiiitleal Die* 

oiplioe. 9 dH 

"— » St. Magndt-t6e-Nirtyr, London Biidfe. 15 
n lli 

^ St. Tfiomns a Bectet .niiurcA. 9 a 11 a 

^^-^- Clie latb Bp. SodtHwell. 3 o 6 tf , 

ModtHwark, the I^ew Diocete of, ^do d 

""^-^ B^. of Sodthwell Bnthroneoient of the. 9d 
6d 

' fldttragiin BisHop, Neir, 26n9d . 

--- Viflutlons. 12 o 8 «-13 o 9 a-14 o 6 #- 
15 l2<i^l8.o lOi— 2io 11 • 

—— Deln 6i ll^ettminster on the Bittle. 17 o 6 • 
— 5 ^ 7 &-I2 ^ 16 a^l^d \S a 

^ Letters on 1^1 d lO a-^22 d 6 5—27 ddo 

-80 /i 6 ft 

XAttrcfi of Ifiniriana Sten*f Socletjr Annual Sieet- 
ing, 31 o H i 

Snndiy dc&obt Iiistltiifie. Aiindil Meet- 
ing, 1 7 6 6 • 

Tecd^ranoe and Qenend Permanent 



Benefit Bntlding SdcietV. Adiinal tf deting, 29 
dJf 

Society, 22 6 7 if 



-^ of Ireland 24 o •> b 

.^.. HnscenUltion Fdnd, Letter on. 17 ii 2Jr 

M'dBia 21 a 7 0-26 «9 6 

— in Sodtb Africa. Letter on. 8 /f 16 i 

— Schools in the Diocese of Diirhani 11 a 5 d 
in the dnrham Didceio. td9c 

' ■ EnUrgencjr League and the National 

Societjr. la H) h 

— in Wiles Add the ttdacitton Act, Letter on, 
^6 b 8 e 

CBurchiil (V(rin8t6n)on the AUeds BUI, 25 a 3./ 

— at Carnarvod, f 9 o 5 s 
-— ^ at Ooatbridge, 12 a 14 i 
atDilkeith, 1 7 a 4 a 

inGla»gu«^. ilii5jr 

^-^ at Uahdndoo, 20 od d 
ii Malmesbdr/, 29 </ 5 s 

— in Mancheiter, l o 8 0-29 ii 10 ^ 
^i— al ^ewcistle, dflfil <f 

on Mr. Pearson and the Stnnddrd^ 21 ii 12 

•-28ii6s-26ii4«f 
- — at lihyl:22o Ids 
tignr ttalers' Disj^nte, 1 a I8/-19 ik 9 c 
ti^ Bdildings and l^ires. 21 li 10 d 
— ^ Cor^onttion, 20 o 11 / ' 
^-~ Crematoridm. 5 b 8/ 
. — mod Qdllds x>f London. 29 a 13 / 
T" " ■ Institdte; Anndal Report, 4 « ^ 5 
«^ And the King of Portdgal, 18 o lO a 
^^ of London College, 4o9a^6i8i 

Qnardiaiis, 20 o II / 

-Z. Police Oldb, Aunudl Dbtrlbdtidd of 

PHSKes', 7 <f 18 r 



City of London Hohool 1 1 o 18 a 

'^^^ for Oirls, 2(1 4 <i 

^ ^hools Committee, binder, 31 • 15 « 

Trds« Society Afeeting. 13 d 4 d 

— iVfarshal. 4 o 6 li— 10 o 4 a— 16 d id/— 19 i 
4J-2a9 tf . 

— and the Nsiry, Letter on, 28 a 3/ 

— Orthopsi'lic hospital 1 o 9 • 
— ^ Letters on, 2 • 15 a— 16 a 12 s 
^— Secondary, 7 a. 4/ 

— i Kurreyor, 5 b 3 d 

Swiss Cidb, Andnal Bilnqnet, 19 a 8 « 

— of Wesiminster Debatidg Society, Alei^ting: 

dIVIL AdTIOltS ,— 
— - rtf AbbiiigMs' Oodas, 24ii l5 

— Ahrthanis i;. GomprecBt. l4 ll b 
— ^ Adanin o. Andre Theodore. 24;d 12 d 

— » Akbar Khan and others v. Bam2ao tliaii 
and others. 13 d Ha 

— Alcott o. Millar's Sharriaiid JdrrahJ^drest^ 
and another, 7 a 12/ 

— -^ o. Mayor Ac of Westoiinsier^ 21 d 9 a 

Aldrich 0. British Gridln Cmlleid Iron aoi 

Sieei Cdnipany. 25 13 ft 

— Aliansa 1 '-ooipdny tf Bejl 1 7 d 3 

— \re Aluniinlttm Kotary Press. 8'1 a 3 A 

— Anihiri Warsdw Exploration Compady. v: 
Ginirold, 7 '# 4'«< >h d lU s 

— ^ rs Arbitrstton between Manchester Oarriai^e 

and Tramwsy Conlpany and Swiiiton and Ped- 

diebnry Urban District ^ dnndii, 6 d 3 a 

Ash V. NichoU, 19 n 5 ft 

'*A«pdeno. Steam tCnglne Hakers' Society*'. 

14d lOd 
^ A tfcordey- General 9. Letbbridge^ 19 d 8 il 
V, Earl of Ldndesbordogb, 8 a 8 a 
V. Roth. 1 1 a 13 e 
V. Staffordshire Coanty Oddncil. 19 d 3 a 

— — ^ and others o; MetropOlitad Bleetriii 

Comiiaii^, 29 o 5 a 
— --> for British CdldmOia k WeUingtod 

Colliery Coiupiiiiy, 12 dl 16 
^ for the eroTiuce df Neiir BrdnliHdk v; 

Attorney-Gedtffal for iUe Domidion of Cdda^ 

d< 5a 6d 
— -^ fo^ the ProTidce ot Prinoe Edii^ard Un 

land V. Attohiey-Geudrdl for the Domididn ot 

Cahada. o a 6 d 

— ATigflor v: Londod And Sdath WeiUM 
lUildr«> 7dlO0 

Ayrtud v. C. Arihur PeartoQ, 17 d 4/— itf 

d 8« 

— Bdiley add others v. Lewis. 10 d 3 d 
«- BAlderson v, Sanie. 18 13 

— - rs darbour'i Prepara fdos, 28 o 3 a 

— Uarciay A i 0. u. NiuUuison A Co.. 11 it 18 Ii 

— Barneti v. Phillips, 18 a 8d 
^i^ Ba^ratt 9, Mailer 9 Co^ 6 e 9 d 

— Barrett add Sons 0. Dalriet. 4 d 13^ 

— Barhstt-Leiiuard 0. Secifetiiy dif SCdtd'fdf 
War. z4 a lO ft 

— Hasiido's Stndios 0. Mastendan, 7 38). 

— Batsoii 0. Loudun School Boi^. ^1 e 15 J 

— Bayes 9, A Northampton TrguUMmdnj 1^141 
rs Beales' Settlement, '6 d 3 

^— Beetham v. Fraser, 28 13 I 

b 2li 



Chr 



PALMBR'S index to ^ TRB TUflS "* NBWSPAPSB. [Ooi. I tO 



CHtH Aotiou (continued). 

--« RlaiidcU 0. the Kinff. 17 d A • 

•^- Board of EdaeatioD v. ReaboU and anotheri 

i— — re Bngaslarsky A Co^ 2^ o 8 a 

^— BoDibaj-Barmah Trading Corporation v. 

Shroff, 20 </ 8 « 
— - Boor o. Halford Porporation 29 a 7 6 
-— BoTlne V. Dent and Wilkinson, 29 a 16 d 

— re Bowden** Oitodt. \ n \5 d 

Patent. 17 a 10 » 

— Rradlej v, Harrods' "^toret, 80 n 8 4—1 dSe 
— » BraithiTMite a. Foreign Hardwood Com- 

panj, 21 « 3 d 

Brickwell ». Gilbert, 22 a 18 a 

— Britiidi Automobile rommereial Bjndioate 
V. Antomobile Club of Qraat Britain and Ire- 
land. 12 n 4a-15n8a 

«^- re British r'olumbian Steamship Trading 
and Afrencj Company. 7 d fid 
— BrittJin V, MetrnpiOi^aTr^f Poplar. 18 <f 8 

— Hritwn and Gotxlman v. Mmpson, 2<1 • 18 a 
re Hrjsn's Goods, 7 dSf 

— tx pirU Buck, aOnSd 

«— > re Barney's Neir-Cross Brewery. 14 li 8 a 

— Hnriilees v. Mersey Kailway Company, 22 

rtlHd 
^— Kurton 0. Dixon and Haynen, \A d A a 
— -^ rairns o. Pullman and another. 3 dZe 
•^ CalTert 0. Lftmdiin Cold Storage Company 

Rnduthers, 16 a 8 d— 16 a 8 6— 17 a I0&-18 

a 8s 

— (^ameron a. Greenfield and Pallas, 9 <f 10 6 
— 10 i Hi— 18 d ii h 

— Cansdisn Pscific Railway Company a. Cor* 
poration of (he <7ity itf Toronto, I'i a 4 a 

-^- Cardiff ConseryatiYe Club i/ompanj a. 

Re#s. \hdHe 
*— (^s I dwell 0. Midland Railway Companj, 4 

a 18i-nnt»i; 

-^ Carlens v. Whitehouse. 19 a 6 /< 
•^^ ravRnNgh 0, De La Tour, 16 a 8 a 

Cecil 0. Buiitly. 14 d 10 a 

•»» (hard 0. Hammond. 18 o 18 a 
•*— re Charles, i a lA « 

.— . I^haudhri l^tafat Hniain a. Badshah 
llusain Khan. 16 « :\ a 

-^ Chepstow klectrie Light and Power Com- 
pany 0. ( hepstiiw Uas and Coke Consomers' 
Company. 6 n H a 

.^- Chftthire 0. BaUey, 17 d 8/ 

-^ Christy & Co. 0. Tipper and Son. 16 « 8 

•-» Churton General 8team Narigation 
Company, 19 a 8 a 

^-^ Chutterput Singh and others a. Maharaj 
Bahadur and others, 15 a 8 a 

«- City and 8outh London Railway Company 
V. 8t. Mary Woolnoth and St Mary Wool- 
chnrch daw and the £cclesiastieal Commis- 
sioners for Angiaod. 16 4 8 a 

^" Corporation of the City of Toronto 0. Bell 
TaUphune Company of Canada, 14 a 12 ^ 

—^ Clarke, Williams & Co. a. Gray Dares & Ca 
and the Mew Zealand Shipping Company, 1 d 
bd 

— Clarke a. Annett, 6 18 a 

^^ Clay barn A Co,, 0. Gaudron, \i d 7 e 
24 



CiTil Aotiona (eanHmnedy, 

— Clay and othars 0. Grand Junction Water 
Works Compsny, 16 a 6/ 

»— Clayton 0. Rowlands. 80 a 8 4—1 i 8 s*9 

dlOe 
<— » r§ Clayton and Company, 7 i 8 d 
Cliff 0. Mutual Resarra Life Insaranoa 

Company. 24 a 8 a 

— (lydedank Engineering and Sh^uil^ng 
Company and others 0. Yxquierdo x Casten- 
ada and others. 18 a 8 6 

»» CoekM 0. Bruce Searl and Good, 18a 8 f 
— — Commnnweath Portland Cement Company 

V. Weber Ixihmann A Co . 20 d i a 
— » r§ Constantinople Bngineering and Ship- 
building (Vmpany, 26 8 a 
*-* ('oms 0. lx>rd Dunmorp and others, 174 8 a 
— >- (^ornewall 0. Prioleau and anather* 6 a 6 a 
^-^ Cox 0. Merriman 19 a 6 6 

— ex varte Earl of Craren. 6 a 6 a 

— (VOSS0. Mutual Reeenre Life loaoraaoe 
Company. 2 a 14 6 

— * re Dahra Oil Syndicate (Algeria), 2 a 14 6 

Dainea a. Bartlett. 2 a 14 </ 

«— DaTis 0. Sainsbury and Griffin, 21 4 9 6 

— Dawson a. Great Northern and City BaiU 
way Company. 10 d 8 a -21 d 9 a 

— - De Gorter 0. Attanborough and Son, 3 a 12 ^ 

Denaby and Cadeby Main ('.oilier ies 0. 

Yorkshire Miners' Assodmtiou and others, 20 

— re Derwent Rolling Milla Company, 26 a 1 7 a 
Dizun 0. the Solicitor of the Treasury, 19 d 

8a 
Dolt 0. Bonnard. 22 4 12 a 

— re Douglas. 19 4 3 a 

<— » Douglas a. Simpson, 19 rf 3 a 
<--« Drew 0. Joachim and others, 12 a 4 4 
— Dupuy 0. Owners of the Berengara, 20 4 8# 

£arl 0. Lubbock. 28 a 6 a 

Earle o. Wayguod A C/O., 18 a 7 4 

— » East India Railway Company a. Secretary 

of State for India. 26 o 8 a 
Edwards 0. Hood-Barra, 3 4 8a 

Ehrhch 0. JoeL 26 o 13 a 

— - Ellinger and Co. and Schlesingar a. Mutual 
Life Insurance Co. of New York, 4 a 13 a 

— Empire Kowing Co. o. Prooaed's of the SUp 
Berengere, 20 4 3/ 

-^ Eatler Brothers 0. Tybr and Sons, 8 4 3a 
^ Erans 0. Cook, 1 1 a 13 a 
-^-— 0. Lord Redrsdale, 29 a 16 6 
>— » Evered 0. Leigh, 19 a 6 a 

(Dallas 0. Cameron. 9 4 10 i-10 4 8 4-13 

486 

->» re Ferranti. 26 3 a 

Field 0. Bayiis and othera. 8 a 12 a 

and another 0. Bautona, 10 a 18 a^llw 



18a 



-» First National Bank of Chicagb 0. Orinoco 
Shipping and 'landing C^ompany, 9 a 2/ 

— FiuOerald 0. Coaat DevekipiBeot Company. 
6 a 6/ 

Fitsroy a. Care. 18 4 8 6^22 4 18 4 

re Flew ex parte Flew. 20 4 3 a 

— Fuurnet 0. Chapman and others, 17 4 4 il 
— — Francis 0. Matthews, 9 4 10 6 



Dae. 81, 1904J 



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Cly 



OItII Aottons (eofiftniwd). 

— » Praaer ». l<aU and (jrardiner, tlOn A a 

— — fv Fnser "^oath Sztended Qold Mining 

Companj, HdS a 
«— — Prott 9. Aylesbary D&irj Compsnj, 1 ii 16 

0^2 n 14 e-^S n 12 a— 6 « 6 a 

— r« Froat and Sona. 26 o 3 a 

— Oamman v. Simmt, 22 ddd 

— — Oapp ». Harrodt' Stores. I d^d 
-»-> General Aooident Atauraiioe, Ooq;K>nitiOD 
tf. Day, 8 <tf 8 6 

— Qibbons o. Green Brothert, 2d o 13 

— !>« f^iison, 30 a 3 4 

. «- Glaimlle 0. Kerili, 16 i 10 » 

-* fv Goldberg I9<<3 ' 

— — ' Glorer t. H niton and Uo, 28 • IS c 

Goff and ()o. o. Tilling. 26 a 8 tf 

•— Goodirin 9.Goodwiu and another^ 88« 12 i 

—30 a 3/-1 dS e 
— * Gonld 0. Sabine, 27 18 
-^ r§ Grafton Syndicate, 21 ^ 9 a 
•'— Graham v, Hamuz, 29 6 
— — Grey- i^gerton 0. Grey Bgerton, 27 18 
«*-• Grimsby Alliance Steam Fishing Company 

V. Standard Steam Pishing Company, lua I6f 
^— Haedicke v. Friern liamet IJrban District 

Council, 15 a 8 ( 

— r0 Uamiltons' Good* 20 d 3 e 

— Hardacre v. Parcell and others, 27 e 18 b^ 
26 n n t^l7 dA e-Zii dS d 

— f' Hards* Goods, 8 a 3o 

— Harriiigt<»n 0. Butt and others, ii a 4 ^ 
■ ■ «. Oorporatiou uf Derby, 5d a 

*— Harris 0. Fioirer and Sons and .barrel!, 2 n 
14 a 

— Kattersley and Sons 0. G. Hodgson. 13 <l 8 
^^\6d9d 

Head 0. Rycroft, I a 16 tf 

^» Ueadlaud 0. Ooster and Lamb, 16 ^ 8 a 
•»~ Herbert 0. WUson and aAoiher, 18 a i 
^— Hermann 0. Uharles worth, ii a8 
^— r€ Hignett, 1 a 15 e 

— Hind 0. Sewell, 26 n 17 s 

— ^ Hippesley 0. Knee liruihers 2H 18 a 
•»— > Hirsuhnrn 0. Alollison, iJ no f 
*^ Hoare v. the Company, 21 d d a 

■■■ and another 0. Plynitmth and North 

Devon Direct Uailway Uotupaay. 2* d d d 
— — doJgflon 0. Waogh, \ d 6 . ^6 d 'i e ^ii d 

^d 
^— ex p»rte Holborn Union, 25 o i3 5 

— HuUiu^sworth 0. MiuiioUoi and * /0„ 3 a 12 6 
*— Hoiumel 0. Gebruder Bauer & Co., 26 a 1 7 a 
«—— Howtf« 0. Packer, 14 ^ 8 a 

—— - ilughea 0. Whitecrosd Company, \0 d H e 

^— Hull 0. Horsneil, 7 a 18 a 

«— » Hyde 0. LiddeU and others, 8 a 8 

^— Uymas 0. Ogden, 2 a 14 ^-^l d6 a 

— — Imperial and Grand Hotel Companies 0. 

i'hristciiureh Guardians, 2 i 11 3 if 
••^ re laaac'on, 8 <j 8 a 
•-— Jewsbury v. British Natural Premium Life 

Aasociauon, lu a 18 
— - r0 Jones, 1 n 16 
*— Jones V. Hughes, 18 a 3 

V. Jones and V?ife. 24 i 9 « 

V. Pearl Ut9 lotttraiiot Co., 19 o 9 



Civil Aottons (ooHiinuad), 

- Jones and others 0. Corporation of Welsh- 
pool 18 a8 </ 

— — - and 1^0. 0. Powell and Thos. and Cow- 
perthwaite, 16 a 8 a 

— Keene 0. Thos.. 26 o 8 a 

— Kelly 0. Federal Steam Narigation Com* 
pany. 8^80 

— — Kemp 0. Commisdioners of Inland Kevenue, 

2\ d\i d 
— -> Kershaw 0. Sierier. lO a 13 
— — Khiarajmal and others 0. Daim and others, 

16a 8 a 

Kine 0. Jolly, ISdSb 

— ^> 0. Justices of Kent 5 <j 8 ^ 

— — > 0. Kettle and the London and County 

Council SO <l 8 a 
->— * Klenck 0. Farris and others, 18 a 8 

— Laird and another 0. .vlarshalU \2d 15 
«— Lake George Viinefi 0. Gibbs B light and 

Co. and others, 25 18 a 

— r§ Lancashire and Yorkshire Insurance 
Company, 11 a 18 o 

— * Law 0. Law. 6 d 2/ 

.«» Lea and Perrins 0. Price and Sons, 2\ d if 

— Leaver and I'ullum 0. H umber, 9 a 2/ 

— — Lerer 0. Liverpool Corporation, o a 18/— 

I2a9ii 
•— Lewis -0. Baker and others, 3 a 12 a 

— Leyland Shipping Company 0. Beretig«*rd, 
20i 80 

— ^ Liyerpnol Mayor 0. AssrdHment Committee 
of ^est nerby Union, 26 a 17 0*29 a 16 — 
17 <i 4 

— — rr Llewellyn, 4 a 1 8 

— » London County Oounoil Payne and Co., 22 
d 180 

— — lieptford and Greenwich Tramways Com- 
pany 0. lAinilon • -ounty Council. i'6 d d a 

■■ General Oiuniuus Company 0. Jones, 28 
« 5 (I 

—^ and India Docks i)ompany v. Stanley, 21 
tf » 

— -«- 0. Union Li)<hterage Company. 8 <i 4 a 
and South vVe^teru Kailway 0. Aiogdor, 

- Long 0. Boyd, 26 a 17 

- re bumley, 1 a 160 

- Ma Me U«le 0. vU Sa Yi. 18 <f 8 a 

- Macdonald 0. ^)Osia. tit n 14'/ 

- and Gethin 0. Parkinson 22 da 0-284 



4 0-24'< 7/ 

— Maharaja Sri Vikrama Deo of ley pore 0. 
Gunopuram lieennbanilUu Patniiuk and 
othwrs. i 7 a 10 a 

-^ re 4aasflttld'8 Goods, 1 a ^ d 

— Mappin and Webo 0. Mappin Bros.. 18 a 86 
^ te Marshall > h If* 

— Martin 0. GoiCein. 6 a 8 

■ 0. London County « ;oaucil, 2'i a 7/ 
^- Matthewd 0. MuUau, 2u a 1 7 6 -2^ n &/ 

— re Maxim l£l«ctrical and Ifiugineering Com- 
pany, 60 H S d 

— MoArthur 0. Dominion Cartridge Coq« 
pany. 14 a 126 

— M' JuUoch 0. i^arlton Hotel, 81 p 7/ 

— r«MaMiiUa,2i 49$ 

U 



giv 



f 4l4if B*« iin^f^ fo * tnw TiHW ^* n|v«P4CTC- 



[ptt 1 tit 



pM AettoDB (eonttfiiieO. 

»^ r« Melinooart ColUeriet, 7 i 3 4 

*— r0 Merdumts' Leskl Aid SoQietj, S^ p 3 a 

1^— Meribo o. MutaJ Reaerye Life InsorkiiQe 

pomppiDy, 22 11 13 u' 
^ ttjdlHifcf Counties District Bank v. Att 

Ifood. 23(/9 a ' 
^' i(«iUjird f. Balbj-with-Hezthorpe Url^ 

DlsjfiQ^ Ooundl, 2tf • 6 a 
-— 1- Mills V. tondba Coanty r^nnqil, 20 4 3/ 
^— Miipham Conseiratbrs o. D^obree, 16 ii 3 ( 
I-^ Mitcbe)!' Bros. o. Worksop Union and tlie 

pyerse^rs qf Ajiistoo, 21^90* 
^■^ Moljneu'x o/Crisswell S a S o.^l d Z d 




m Mosses Offoda. 13 d 3 <; 
re Mo^r C^r Apt. 14 <l 8 a 
» M«naf«ptarifig Cqa^pAnr, 26 o 3 tf 
Mount Lyeil Mining i^nd Bidlway Comply 
f J %f»««WMJopef I of laiaod ^tj^fiiVfi, 8 d 3 a 

»-— Mosson V. Mardeu, I ii lo tf 

• — Nasl^ V. Calthorpe, 26 m 17 * 

f»-> Natiqna) 'felephuhf^ Compai^y p. l^arday, 

* 23«4> ' • - 

0. ^eiikinf, 12p 4 jf 
— NeiU V. Barndqu ' Tar ' Oqmp^;^ qf ^^^H* 
i6 a II ' 



Neligan o. (^ff, H a 7 
r# i^elsoii. l> dsd' 



n- 



— Nea«t!i4ter Volksbaii^ 0. S\\eht^ CJol^ Mf 
iiig i 'o'mpany, 2t. o sty 

-^ Nf^w R|Ter (yuippany 9. Metropolitan ^ater 
Ho-nl 27 o 4/ ' 

5-:^ Biyer Comitany 0, Mi^yor Ac. of West: 

ik>uth Wales Minister ftf Pahli<; IiiftroQ- 



tion V. (Jlissold and aiibih^ r, 2 nH <i 
-^^^ New Zealfpd Cold *tqr.«ge x qaipany 16 

a36 • ' • ' 

«— . Newman 0. British OU and Cake MUls, 23 

— £-^'Natt o. c;arter Faterson and Qo^ l7 c/ 4 

^^MOUyant. ^1 09 « 

«^ s0QliYers' ti^ttlement, 19 « 5 a 

— - Orf V. Paytoii, 3 k A h 

-"7" P>|^7 **Rd others 0. P^ts and otiftfrs, IdZb 

— Paqtiiii 0. Hu)deti» 26 • 3 •'•1-29 6 i ' 

^ — raraer ». baitord ( orporatiuu. 24 • 15 / 

•^- Parry 0. Mi^trupoUtau borough of H|^ininef- 

--^'Patterson 0. Landberg and 8qn, 28 d IJf 

^^ l^eacli and po. 0. ijritire, 12 a 10/ 

^^ ^l^^f ^o Assaranpe i'6iupai\y 0. ^ssor- 

Je Agents' Frinting fpd l^iiblitlilng Cum- 
y, 24 « In 
^ I'earsuiis 0. Great Weatem Kailwayi 7 a 4 
1*> pjuipoiv. ijildvnon and ihe South i£ssea 

B«jordia;B<i3c/ ^^ 

^^^ngl)]i 'Brothers v. Orij^d Alilk Company. 

-— I'Fophaii^ and WUletl v. St. Petenbiyiy In- 
I waooe Compuiyi 9 a tf a 



91^ AfStknii TessittaiMd). 

^1«- Poncione o. Hig|pna,'3l o^^a 

— - Po^U and Tbomi^ 0.'£xan J<2pee an^ Co., 

19 a3o ' 
— * ftl^'nford o. Keitli. 21 ^9 a 
-^ Raia Rampa)\sinfl^ o. Baa^ GU^nlam Singly 

find others, IS a 4 ' 
— - Band|e and oilmen 0. F^(ll|Ol^ 81 16. d 
-* Beaqh 0. Btor^, 16 if 3 

— Bm and another 0. Dapee 1^4 o^<(^ ^ *. 
13tf-5a6 

— » BeeTe'0. Clark of the Coon^ Goipqa oi 
Surrey; iso 4 3 ' *" 

— f^Riqe. 2 a U» 

— ^ Ricbi^rd 0. qreai Wes(^q ^^*T ^i^* 

pany,9iiis 
— ^ Kiddif.ird tf« the King, %d\^ 

— Roberts 0/Bmut; 20 4/ 2'tf 
-^ Robins vi (i)oddard, 16 i^ S 

Bobiiison Printing Company 0, ChlQ, 8^ a 6 4 

~ Rowlands 0. Rowlands; 17 n lo # 

Rojf0. Madeleine 24 tft^^ 

tiame 0. Withers, 4 a 13 d 

-^ Hanilerf 0. Raid Bros, an^ Loiid6|n Coi^lj^ 
ponncil. U a 13 & 

Banderf 0. Smiiee. H il 3 a 

— » Sunnders '0, Haggard, 24 a 9/ 
^ 0. Home, 4 a 13* r ->6 n'iS * 
^^^-^ 0. N> whold, 6 li 3 a 

fi^oanqe Goi||ipaay, \ a 18 c— 



6 nHh 

— 6t. Thomas' Hospliai 0. Seoretf ry of 8tat^ 
for War. >. a 16 4 

— 1 S^rr 0. General Aooiffent Assifri|qoe Cum.- 

pany, 22 1 I&0 

-^ Secretary of SUte of VjTar 0. ^reotis. 2.4 

rt) a— 34*00 
— - tjedddn and the London Salt Oom|#i|y a. 

Ijortb tfiaf tern salt Company and f^tiiwr^ 9 d 

lu'o ' 

— SqUffmaon yt, DuTeap Brothtcf. 6 a 6 Arr^ 
a3 5— 9fi2y 

— Seymour 0. ^den, 2%d\6 

— 8beldon 0. Uriggs» 10 <f i% r»16 <f 7 

-^ Sbrubsoley. Load6n Cleneral Qmnlbot Ooo^* 
pany. 2« 144'' 
-— - 6mith 0/Uoi|rl^, 20 q 8 / 

0. Nelson, i 01^34 
0. Smith. 16 a 3/ 



> » y • 



I 



— ^ fi dnaihttfs Goods, 29 a 11^ 4 

^^ fiiociete (.k>ioiiiale Anyeirsqise 0. Btilingar. 

and Co.. 27o i3 
-^ r^ Solicitors sx purfs Lay Sqoiqfy. 1 a 16 < 

*-^ rs Solomons ax par^ Solomons, 12 a 4 it 
SoothiU' Upper Urban < )Utriq| ' Council 0. 

Wakefleii' Rural UtstriQt Couq9il.and Ardalqjf 

East and West Urban liiatricilOqiinoil, 24 a 44 
— ^' Soper 0I Banda|i an4 ot^era, i^'d iO ^r^Xi 4 

3o ' 
^— r* Southam. 2i 4 9 
-^ Steainship Trafalgar?. Britls|(Ul4 

Mariiie Xnsiirance Ou^pany, 17 a 10 
^- SterritaM^ 0. WiUis, l2 <i.l6 c . 
— * SUwart 0.' Army and Ni^^ Co-o|(eQitlD 

8ociety,'2d0 13 
— Stooe 0. rylar». 7 a iS 6 



m** 



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?Ai'ifJ|»'8 tMfi^MK TO. H.x^ xoua'^ uiK«eAP«^ 



0^ 



^▼U Aotiont (lonttnu^d), 
•^— Hlreiton'tf. 8tukibt, ^7 q 18 ^— »l q,lS.&, 

— r» 6tttclj8y, 6 « .»/ 

— 8(uclej '». K**keii(ich, bnb J 

*— Suter o. LomioQ Kuad i/tr Copiptnj, 16 i;, 
3 « ■ ' 

^ — SwettenhaoD v. Swettephaaif 86 S ^ 
-^ Syileiiham V. i>|ifi6t, 'iti'n \% d-^l i/6 d, 

■ p.UaTit. 2rf lOft 
- — rtf.TMker and Soot, 21 tf 9 ci 

. Tatt CoooeMioiw v. Uitpple, 30 a 8 

•* — Teller and Goldberg v. Baker Street and 

^ Waterloo kailway, 12 « 18 r '^ -r. . 

•; — Theatres 0. StfVene and o^er^ \1 d^b 

- — Thoby V, Madeleine, t^dvlh 

•^— - Thoma* o. Aiackieand Co., 10 a 18 cf^ 

^ — Thompaou o. i^lezaader, id^h 

— — p- 0. »ir\V. Q. ArmttroQg Wlifttworlh aqd 

Co., 16^30 . :% 

V. Mayor &o. of Bodee, 16 a 8 a 

'^ — re Tbompaoii** Settlement, \dZh 
^ — r« Tradetmeu'e Legal Aid Society, 18 18 
-^ — Taiietall v/FarneM. Whitby 4 Co.. Itf m 8 
^ — UudergrouDd Ifleotric' Ui|i(irAyi Coqpaay 
of Londoo 9. ObmiDis«loiiert of ^olaud^UeTent^ 

I d ^ e 

^^— Underwood v. Underwood. \1 dbb 

'^ — United iitatet of Aineriea 9p Qajnor and 

Gn!eue.l7i8»«i-l9d2« 
• — Vallecard 0. beyfot. \%nA€ 
— ^ rB Waddiogton, 1 a 15 ' 
«--^ W ade 1; Cockerline, 16 a 8 
•^*- Walker V. Okouite Company a^d Stereus, 

I I a 1 4} 6 

and Stnrge v. Ferae and Wad«worth. 28 

o 

-; — Walter and another v. Inyeetment Registry 
* and Mock bxchauge 10 i 8 e " * 
— » Waitere v. ideary, l9 a %J 
•- — Waiiklyn and Cooper v. Biggt, 27 18 5 

— Ward 0. Metropolitan Borough of Camber* 
well, 18 rf 6 tt ^ ' ^ 

•;:— rt Watkin Brothers, 28 n 6 * 
-^ — rs Waison, I a 16 c 
•^— rs Wellington {an., I a 16 
^-^ Welstead 9. Uadley. 22 d \if 

— Westhorpe v. I'owley, 2ui^8 ( 

- — >^hiteheado. Attotoey-^Geueral, 19 a 6 c— 

21 ft 8 0-22 a 12s a— ¥4 a 8 
--^ Whiteley v. 0*K«Uy. 12 a 16 
-^- VVhitemau and Cox v. Morrison and others. 

16d80 
.*- Whiting 0. De Batxen, 80a 8 
r — rs W hiiing's t^ttlemisnt, ttu n 8 
-^* Whitwell 0: Great Northern liailwaj Oom- 

pany, < a 13 6 
• 0^ WUliams 0. Uooghton, 26 a 10 d 
^ 0. Saiiifl^ 24 a tf (i ' 

■■ V. bouihwark Botoogh OouncU, 18 • 9 <I 
Wilson 0. vVorsiey,/i2 d 10/ ' 
and others 0. Grant and others,, 29 i| 16 
and Company 0. National Uniop of ij||Q^t 

■04 |»taoe iOpefkiives and others* 26 18 ik 

— Wilts and Dorset Banking Companj v. 
Smith. 3 16 6 ^^^' 

— Wolfe 0. Ckrk of the Goimty Coaocil of 
tiairi^20.4 8> 




(UtH Aottou (0OA/tai^j. 
— Wjiidan r. CUftou: 24 « 3;^ 
^— Woodmiin 0^ Fox, 7 <I 8 e 
^— rs.Woolpit Biick (Company, SQ a 8:^' 

— '^ork (/it> And,i'oi;{ity Bankiug. Compfiny. 
0^ l&rwent KoUing vlill^ Company j 2t>.a 17 a 

-- li^orksl^re Electric. lrafn«ay 0. Kllis, %\ 
d'Ao ' 

CiyU Service. App9iatmeptt. am OfjrxoiA^ 

— •oflqili,i.^,«tf 6 

Clf rem^pt (|2. A.) oq. l£ipp)oy<Brs o| Labour %a4i 

Military Tiainiiig 2 n / 
CUrl^(Kex;. J, B.) on thf L«oodoa//0pnty roqn* 

Jl aiicl^Schovl Fees, 2a i 11/ 
Clarke (Sir Eilw.) and Amerif^ ^^( QPt ^8 i^, 

4 0-80 a liy ' ' ' 
— - \\ Brighfop, 1 ii,6 0. 

*on Pkr|iaip^ni|^ry kefprnv, l9.</<8y 

(Son^ers; Qn the Assih(|) l>|^ i^pd. Tes^plet^ 

of Fhiue, 26 a lt> 6 
Claaieii'tpiq, Sq^tliam{t^>^, ^d\^ #. 
Clay (Sir' Artbur) oii otfte M%iPtpo|iiipi of^ 

Children ^n hltfuieiiii^y Scl|^ls« 22 ^ 6/^27 4 

bd^t^d\\i$ 
Clayton (J. B.) on %^ B^. Hfirry. TpW^, Can-. 

terbqry, 18 dl^ / 
i:k)asby\H. L>.) op th)^ Bdupatiyp Aotip Wales, 

I6«7a" 
i leriual.Appoiptm^pis, 8 0, « a -13, a 2 0—20 o 8. 

£—2/0 Wd -28 oo'a^ 8.A 8 0— lo .a;2 0—17 

tt 5 (1—24 a 11 u— I i<, 11 0-^ a i 1 ^T-ft6 d, 11 

0-> 2U tf b 0—22 d ^b ' 
CleVeUnd Trof t, Auuual, M^etipg. J6 a .8/ 
Cleworth (Canan l'. K.) op.Sir. iV. Ap0va^4Mid| 

i auou I'lewprih. 11 i^ 
— - on Kelijfioua Instruction in. Churoh, Id 7/- 

— oP,.>ecur\iv of leu are m Chjiroh SoboiilSy 

16l|iO0 

Qlose (klUinor (?. L.)op the l£m^raii9n< o( faa- 

per Cl^l'drep. *^ il,2 6 ' 
Cloth wurkers' Compapy, 28 a^l2 6. 

Clopgh (A. U.) QM dheluirs'apd.F141anth9opk}. 

Loii'gmghoases di (i 18 6 
Clyde Trusc^ Letters on, 26 .11 0^1 a 3 .0—2 a« 

70' 
Co-operation apd tli^ lieUef of Uistreii, Letter oa, 

81 <i 8 tf 
Co-operative SoQleties ap J liiooip^ fa^ 9 a I U cf 
(yoach. Makers and Coacu. aarue«|, Ma|Mi^** 

Com'pitpy, 14 a 12 a 
OOAL:*- 

^^ Durham Trade, 3 1 o 7 6 , 
^— for Ja^ti A\d 4 d 

in Muuhiouthsuire. 81 (/ 10 d^ 

— — iUUway Coiitracu, 29<< 4 a 

— S(^ittish rraue^ya 8 tf— ^) a.lUif/ 

-— S)ouil\ WalM Trade, tfo7/— 17 o 7/— 2 a 
9^— I6a'7rf ' * 

^— fiitate of the Market, >00 0ecA (toy's p^usr 

-^ Taa* and ^port Trade, 18 A^ d 

Co^t t!^ru0lpii 10012/ 

Coob (G. W!) on the Trafalgar Cep|eiiiHy, gg a, 
8a 

Cohdep Club .and Lord . LapsdowA^'i ^Pfeoh,, II. 

a 7(t 

Coohrap (Col. F.) op the Ule. Lord Np^tkhBoak* 
28 a 4 

' - 27 



Coe 



VA|.aBK*S IWRKl *' TO THE TIMK8 ** VBWtPl.PBm« 



rooi. ItO 



Cockbum f 0. 8.) OD a Death Daty in the Trans- 

Taal, \ 9 \0 b 
•— (Sir.f. A.) on British tnd Auttrtlian 

Workers, ]0o^d 
— ^— on Imperial Oefenee 9 4 8/ 
Cold Storage and Ice Association, Meeting, 8 d 

13 d 
Cole (S. D.) on Alien Pilots—a Qrare National 

Dl^iger, 10 a 2/ 
Poles' Automatic 4*oixplii g, 27 o I'i / 
CoUen(si|i i£d«r1ii) utvthe Admiraltj and the 

War Ofiloe, tt o 2/ 
• -* on Army Ueorganifation, 19 o 10 e 
Collins (Mr W. J.) oq lusanitj aqd the LonduQ 

Cot^iay I'oiincU, "2 n h/ 
CoUisoii ( W.) on Iri^de Union Tyranny, '42 o 10 

^-2 n9d 
ColQ^y Hatch Asylum, 28 4 8 li 
Colomb (bir J. (Mi.) on the Oisis •nd the Cq« 

louies. 18 n lb p^H d \b€ 
Colonial Appointments, |9 n 8 a ^19 n 13 6—7 

4 12 h-^iod l»d—'d6 add 

— (lasses in l£nglish befools. Letter on. 9 n 
16 ( 

at Pqblic Schools. Letter on, 3i o H/ 

— — > O'Uference, 10 4 tOc 

■ Proposed, Letters on, 12 e 11/— IS d 14 

/— 24 d\ih 
-— QoTernmentSecuritiee, 8t«te of Sbar«»s in, 

sss euery da]f*» p^per 
•-— Notices, %€€ after JMovbt Mar^bt, in 

tack day'g paper 
«-—> Nursing AsaodatioQ, Tetter on, 1 1 o iS ^ 
^— Produce Market, tm each dujft puj^ 
Colonies and the Empire. Letter un, 4 v 4/ 
Colony for Epileptics. 27 e i8/ 
Colquhoun Oliib, Dinner, 26 n 9/ 
Colston Bftoqaets, 16 a 7 6 

Hall, Bristol, 1 a^J 

Coming Winter and the Unemployed. 7 o lO ^ 
Commercial intelligence, sw everjj, w y*< i^^per 

Uoad Murder, 6 a dj 

«^ TrayeUers' tieneToient Institution, Ss) d A J 

Schools, 24 13 e-17 nH o 

-i— — ^ Dinner in Aid of, 8 li u 6 
I Half- Yearly Meeting, 29 <i 4 a 

Commissioners of Prisons, In o 6 f 
Common (A. K.) on the Law Society and Pro- 
fessional Misconduct, 4 o 10 a 
OQMPANIES ;- 

— Aberdeen Lim^, 22 o 3 c 

— Aerated iiread, 29 o 4 /I— 8 a 14 if 

— Agency Land and Finance of Australia, U 
«12<f 

..» Agua Santa Nitrate, 12 a Itf <i 

— AUday and Onions, 29 a 8 6 
—. Alton. ^6 a 13 d 

^ Amalgamated Press, %dS b^lO did 

Amelia Mitraie, 19 o 12/— ^8 oUa 

.p—. AngUcia Petroleum. 18 o 12 <- 21 c 18 6 
^— Anglo- American Laud Mortgage and 

Agency. 31 o 14 c 
— > Anglo- Sicilian Sulphur, 16 • & » 
^— - Anglo- TraosTaal DeTelopmeotk 2^4 2 # 
^^ Ansell's Brewery, 2 n 10/— 1 1 a 12 s 
^~~ Archibald Arrol and Sons, lO o 13 d 
V— Arou ElectriQity MeteCi 26 « lo f 
'49 



Oompanlee {flontinu (/). 

— Army and Navy Investment Trust, 17 4 
16 

— ^ Arnold Perrett, 28 n 12 <f 

Ash'«nti Lands. 16 </ 15 <i— 2!) 4 9/ 

— Ashby*s >t«iiiie8 Brewery. 91 a 14/ 

— Associated Tea Estates of Tevlon, 24 o 10# 

— AustiHlian ('hilling and Preeaing. 10 a I2 4 
- 1 (Cities laTei'tment <^orp irntion. 1 <# 16 e 

— Australian Mortgagee Land aQ'i Pinaiioe, 
12 12 '^-26 14 d 

•«p» Hugh Baird and Sons 6o 12 / 

— — BnIcu Kus^ku Petroleum 12 » 16 f 

— Baldwins 10 o 13 e-^22 old 
— - Satnuel Barlnw, 24 a 14 6 

— BHrnum and Bailey, 2 4 8 /— IH d }b d 

— Bartholomay Brewery (of iiochesterX 6 4 

14 e— 1A4 iA<; 
-*- Bath Brewery. 6 o 12 * 

Baylifts. Thus.. HI d 12/ 

-^ Benskin's Watford Breweiy, 16 4 16 c 

Birkenhead Brewery, 80 « 14/ 

-«^ BIrmtogham Howton Houses. 6 4 6 4 
Small Arms 6 o lo e 

Boou Oash Chemists. 22 a I2/-1 4 16 e 

Bowden Brake. 7 4 16 4 

-<«^ Brampton Bros., 27 o 4 s 
.» British Aluminium. 10 a 12 4—6 4 14 <^ 
.^ Central Africa 16 4 17 a 

and ( hinese CTorporation, 20 4 14 4>-3<k 



4 13 a 

Electric Traorlon 29^/2/ 

Natural Premium Life Assuciation. 1& 4 



I7y— 3i a \2j 

N<irth Borneo. 14 4 17 6 

.South Africa, II o i2 e 
Th(ims(iA tiuuston. 16 4 



17> 



— Bruike Siinpstm and Spuller, lO a 12 4 

— J. B. Brooi&s, 2ti o 14 e 

— Buckley's Brewery, 14 4 17 </ 
-q- Henry Bucknall and Suns n n U <t 

— Bulawayo Market and UfllceiS. d 4 14 /-« 
13 4 16 c 

-^ Henry Bull 26 o 14 < 

— BuUers, MO a 7 c 

— W. Butler, 19 a i7s 

— Cairn Line of Stt-ainships, 2a 4 1 1 / 

( aliforoia Oilfields. 6 n 14 .< 

— «- Oallard Stewart and ^Vatt. 2i a i4 6^1 4 

iftjr 

— J. W. Cameion, 13 4 16 4 

Camwal, 6tf 14/ 

-^Canada, 30 4 13 « 

1 apitol Freehold lAiud and InTestmeni, 14 

o IOe-'»2 e 3 

— i'ar Trust Intestmeot, 16 o 3 e 

— Carlton Hotel, io o i2 / -28 o i2 m 
— 1^ Mordev Carney. I9ci;i3e 

— » Carter s Knottingley Brewery. 3 > a 14 / 

— i'eylon Land and Produce^ 12 a 16 4—19 n 
17s 

— Central ProTinoe Ceylon Tea» 28 a 9 ^— ai 
Q 14 c— 8 n I4# 

m ■ Tea of Ceylon, 7 a 11 e— 16 » 4 s 
-^ Channel Tunnel, 8 4 14 tf 
— • Chartered, Letters on, 6 e 6 s-^12 e 6 e— It < 
o8e-^20ob.47— 16«11 d 



Dec. 31, 1904.] palmkb's tnoMX to *' rat tImsb, '* HtWat^APia. 



Cdni 



Oompftniw (roiift«iie</). 

('heltenharo Original Brewerj, II ii 12/ 

— ('hictfro Breireriet, » <I 18 /— 17 d 16/ 
City Brewerjt IZn ISc 

■■ of ChicuRO Brewing and Malting, 6 </ 14« 
of Dublin Steam Packet. hn\id 

— Clerical Medical and Qefleral Life AMur- 
anoe Society , 2h n 16 d 

— Cle^land Salt. 7 *> II « 

— J. and P. Poats. »8 e 6/^2 « 1 1/— 10 a 96 

Colorado Nitrate, 2n\fid 

— Companbia de Mocanibique, 6 o 12 6^10 d 

— Components, BO d I8y 

— ConiolidHted BaUtee, tf o 12 a 
*^— (hooper. Cooper, 22 ft 12/ 
•«-^ (^otton Seeil 2 ^ 12 e 

*— Crewe's Rbodesia Developinent. ^ o 18 e 

— — Oosflelds. \h d 5 J 

-^ John Crossiey and Sons 24 tf 12 d 

— ^ Crystal Palace, 23 a 12 </— 1 d 15 c 

— » Cuban Petroleum, 9 <f 18 e 

«— Daimler Motor. 25 o 12 e-29 n 14 tf->sr d 

12 0— H<^ 19 
«— balgety, 2» o 4/-11 n 12/ 
A. Darracq. 19 n 17 #-«26 a 18 « 

Dartford Brewery 26 n 16/ 

^^•^ DaTies Selakwe DeTelipment, SI ^ 12 e 
t^-^ Debenture securities laTfStmanl. 29 o 4 i2 
«>«• DeUgoa Bay DeTelopment Corporatioa, 21 

if 18 
-^ Digalla Ceyloa Tea Estate, 29 a 12 d^l d 

15 s 
-— District Mensenger, 32 e 6 6 

Doom Dooma Tea, 6 a 14 tf 

*— Dorman, Long, 17 a 18 

•— - Dortmund Breweries, 22 ^ ISf <^ 

— Douglas 8team Perriee, 7 a 1 1 « 

— Drake and Qorham, 29 o 4/-8 a 18 
^>— Dieyfus. 8al4/ 

Drybrougti, I80I2/ 

— Duckwari(Ceylon)Tea Plantation llal86 
»— Dttnk>p Pneumatic Tyre, 17 a 18 0—26 a 

10 c 
-^ Albert Ea£e Cbain, 10 18 
*— fi^adie Manufacturing. 10 a 18 

— lUst India DistiUerliss and Sugar Faotorlea, 
28(/9/ 

*— Eastern Counties Insnranoe, 7 2 / 

— — Bdinbargb Baiiway Access and Property, 

7o 10/ 
«— Egyptian Delta Land and luTestment, 29 d 

a/ 

^ Elysee Palace Hotel, 14 tf 17 d 

•*— » Snfleld Cycle. 10 18 d 

«— English and 8cbitisb American Mortgage 

and luTestment, 7 to/— ji a 13 d 
«— -EfeDing News'*, 26 a 10 
— — Esqiloriag Land and Minerals, 80 il 18 6* 

— Farmer, 19 o 12/— 28 12 A 

«— Farnbam United Breweriea, 2d4d 
«^— AkfZander Ferguson, 24 10 
— — Fleming and Ferguson, 26 12/ 

Fraser and Chalmers, 10 d 4/— 20 dUg 

•«^- Frederick Hotels, 17 n 18 0-86 a 10 

«>» Qaiety Theatre, 12 if 18/ 

— - German Atlantic Steamship, 1 a 6/ 






OomiNlnifli (ooniinuti), 
— 01 vim's Lydenburg^ 10 13 d 

Ghiebel RraHing. 2» a 14 

— » Gramophone add Typewriter, 8 a 18 li 
—-Grand Hotel Bastbcmrne 31 14 
«— Great Fingall Consolidated. 14 10 

J. and IC. Hall. 16 a 14/ 

Hail's Oxford Bn>wery. 1 1 a 120 

— > Hammond** Bradford Brewery, I8 12/ 
— — Harringtons, 19 o 12 / 

— John Haslam. 21 o 13 « 

— ^ Henderson's Ki^el, 7 d iSd 

Hemierson's Transf^aal Estates \7 dlSf 

— i^ J. HepWorth and Son^ 21 ii 14/ 

— J. Hey, 26 12 b 
-^ Hibernta, \2d5/ 

Highland Distilleries, 18 12 

-^ George H. Hirst, 7 10 / 

— Henry Hudder, 6 e i2/ 

—Mi Home and Cdauial Assets and Dcibentuz^ 

Corporation. 6 a 14 e 
-^ Hope Bros., 2 1 a 14/— 80 a 14/ 
-«- Kichard Horotby and Sons, 29 « 14 ^-=6 d 

14 

Motel Cecil, 21 o 18 sf-28 12 a 

— «» Houlder Bros.. \9d i5d 
Line, 30 a 14^ 

— HugKKis,22<I 40 

-'M- Hull Steam Fisbhfg ai*! Imt. 2(4 a 14 ^ 

— » Humbtor, 8 a 18 /—I l « 12 tf 

-^ Ibbotson Bros., II sr 18 6 

— ^llford, lOd4 0-2W 18 e 

— »^ ilfracombs Hc«el. 16 a 14 0" 

^— Indttstrisft Storage Battery Syndicate, 2(8 # 

12 a 
— - Iinemctional Fittanda) Society, 17 11/ 

—26 14d 

Interriatioaal Sleeping Gar, 3 a 11 6 

— ^ Jennings BroVn 7 a 1 1 

— Johaooeeburg Oonsoiidaled loTestmeot, 9 
d 18<i 

Jokal (Assam) Tea, 8 d 14 

D. Jones, Dickinson. 16d 17/ 

— Kaffirs Consolidate InTestmenfi and Land, 
6 a 14 a— 16 ar 14<l 

— King Intuimnoe. 9 a Us 
Kiiityre Tea Estates, 18 ISs 

— - Lady'a Pictorial and Sporting and Dlrama^ 
tic Publishing. 1 a 14y 

— Lagunas Syndicate. 12 a 16 

-^ Land and House Property Corporation, 1# 
a 12 

— Lanin PlanUtlons, 6 a 14 0— 17 a 18 a 

Leedaaod Wakefield Breweries, 26 n 16/ 

— • Frederick Leney and Sons, 22 8 

-^^ Lennon, 7 d 16 d 

-«^ Lewis and Allenby, 6 12 6—18 19 

Lichfield Brewery. 12 a 16 d 

^M Linotype and Maohioeiy, I d 6/-^10'il 4 d 
—17 d 16 

— Lisbon- Berlyn, 14 a 12 

— LiTerpooV Nitrate, 2 a l^d 

-'— and North Waier Stoamship, 2&a H 0-r 

8 a 13/ 
— — WareboQsing, IS nlSd 

— London and New York loTettoNot Corpor^^ 
•io», 22a]t2c 

2» 



v^st 



^AiMtR^ WftBk ¥b '^ *Hlfc i^Mls ^ liEwePAT^Vk. 



['Oei. 1 a 



London Nitrate, 26 ii !«/ 

^-^- and Paris RxcNUnge. I d 12 0^9 tf 1'8> 
— 2 4^ ff 1d\Sif^1i d \\ r 

ffoot'tUb American Troff, HOifell^-^tf 



18 



id 



Super. A'eraftion. 9iil4«-l6fil44 

^ Machinery Trust 17 ii i6« 

— Mancbefiter Lifters 1 o 10/ 

— Manitoba F^nd, 2'i * 12 • 

— Mary port Rns^rj. 4 a t2 tf 

— ttassey's Bnrnlej dre#ery, 16 il 14 

— Maynard's H e K «* 

^ Metropolitan lAdasirial DWeUiAge, 16^S 
's-.^6e 14^ 

— Moiigrans ftre#ery, 25 a 18 

— Moss Emigres. I6d W d 

^ KaUl iCstiitee 16 H 14/^25 a 10<i 
^ National Freehold Land and BaikUng So- 
ciety, 80 rf I H/ 

Mutual Lite AMoMOAtk ol Attilraiarii, 



12a9 d 

Sate I>i|»clt,26el4s 

New Ontattr Cycle, 10 a 7 

New rk>loniai, 9 li 18 s 

Hodlon Cycle. 28 o 12 ^^6 ii 14 tf 
T4nianigal NiMte, 6 <«I4« 
York Bre#enea, 28 « 18 </— 1 a 14 i 
ZeAlaikd Loan iod Mereikntile Agen^. 6 
dXid—ied \1 

■ ittd Rl^er ^lAtC Lidd Bffdrtgag^ i^ d 

— Ne#haTtte Hftrbodr, 18 12 
^ If rattcie Newton, 14 11 I2e 

— Nickel Corporation, 80 ir 18 i 

— Nito YalMy. 80 i 18 

— Nilgiri Plantations, 6 4 6 
^ Jaiaes Nimario, 6 il 14 d 

— Noakee. 260 Us 

— North British Auitralasiin. I7<II6» 
— - BaateHi BreWericlto 20 il 10 tf 

— Ooesui^iCdnsalidAted, 14 ^ 17 <I^21 d V&^ 
. • OlBler's BreWery, 22 a l2 

— Ogden*s Bdn«s AesodatM, ll H 11/ 

— Old Bashtfitlls nucillflfy, « tf 16 a 

— OrdMiMind Handfonl Steimsilip, 8 a 18/ 
^ Paine, 26 12 / 

— Palmer Tyre,<<2 a 12/.8O11 14/ 
k— PanMUeiAaucar NilrMe. 7 a 1 1 

-^ PAiersott, Laing and Btdoe, 18 o 12 
^ A; Aad. F. Pears 1 8 <f < :tJ^27o 12 J 
^ Penfoairiar^uid Oritfbtal ttteam Nsrtigatioii, 
I4itf7'il 
» Fehitian Corporatloili 20 a I4'0^ 16 tf 180 

— JHillKpft add Marri<m, 2da I81I 

— P. Phipps,2ii 6u 

i^ PilUbavy^^gshbara Flottr lfiHs,8il6/ 

— Plants Oreen and Manton, 8 12 a 
* Pranges Bstaaoia, 21 d 18 

— Premier Cyoie^ 27 o 12/— 4 a 12 tf 

^ BobllehaiKetTiiIlt (Glilsgvir District), 80 U 
11a 

^ Queeors Clab^Ghideos fiblatee. 16 rf 16 if 
— . Qgniinslend - Infeetnfceat ' » and Lmd Mort- 
gage. 19 9 4/-8 a 18 
K. Hsclan Cyde, 16 a H/ 
80 



Oorii^4iiiea t(f€fiiHiiM\ 

Raleigh < -ycle. 2«. a J6 /T 

— U«^p<»th Urown. 8»rf t8/ 

R*^rut1i Brewery, 29 a 14 s 

^ ReTersionary AssQciktion, 4 11 12 of 

— Reynolds Bros^ 12 12 </ , 

— khodepia Cold Storaxe and TnUlng. 62r 1 4 i 
— - Exploration ilnd DeVeldpo^ent, l4 d l0« 

~28a l3»*-6^ l4A 
E. Hicll.2()a 14 <.-80 rfh/ 

— Richards. 28(1 13 << 

— Richardsons, WentfcArth. 14 8 10 0^^ a 18 i 
Ridgways, 22 </ 12 r 

Riley Cyde, 28ii ^Hd 

— Rohin«on and CldiVer, 5 12/ 

— Rochdale add Mine? Brewe^, 21 o 18 tf -^ 
4 a 12 ^ 

^ 1^ H. and H. Rogers, 26 o 12/ -2 11 18 i^ 

— Ronaiio Drainage. 29 p 4 ^ — 17 a 13 6 

— Rnlebank Distfilery, 81 14 ^ 

RoTer Cycle, 2tf o 8 0—6 a 14 ^ 

— Rdyal M^ (iteam Packet, 6 b 1 1 / 
— - Rudge-WhitwortH, 26 14 0— 1 k 9/ 
Russian Engineering. I a 14 s 

Petnnedm and Liiuld Fdel, 10 « 12 tf 

8adler, II ol»6. 

— " SAntt Catilina Nltraie. 26 14 0*4 a 12 c 
— ^— Eletia Nitrite, 6 ik 14 0*16 a 14 

Ke Land 7 i 16 rf 

Bgdtlsgo Nitrate. 18 70 , 

— ^ 8t. LoSis Breweries, 9dU 0^17 4 16/ 
St. Panli Breweries, 28 a 18 i -8 414 s 

— Scottistt Attltralian Itkrestnient, 18 a 16 
—26 A 16 1/ 

-^ Scottish InTestniMt Trust. 1 rf 15> 

Scrase's Bref^ery. I d 16/ 

^— SeAger, Erans. 2 <l 1 2 . . 

-^ 8eoohd Scottish Inir^stoidneTniit; 27 b 12/ 

— Shell Transport and Trading, 28 </ 9 

ShuweU's Breweijr. II. a 7/ -28 li 12 

Singer Oy^, 8 /I6/ 

aiter«117a 18i-ltf ISs 

— =- Mmithileld and Argentide Meat, 2ll d 2/ 

Sons of UWalla, 18 li 16 i 

South African Real EsUte Trust. 81 •< 12/ 

■ — AUitndian Laxld Mortgage and Agency, 

llnUd 

Spllleri NepUiBwe, 3 • 12 a 

-— «ur Paper Mill. 16 a 14 

— Straits and General DeTebiimeni, 24 a 14 6 
-^ Stretton's Derby BreWery, 22 a 12 

— Stuttaford. 14 b 10 s 

— Sadan Exriloration, 80 if 18 , 
— ^ SWaSielaad Corflbnttion, 26 b 16 i 

Sweetofeat AustomAtic DieUrery, 8 « 14 

-^I6a 14s-3<< 16/ 

swift C/cUl. 18 a 16 (f 

— ^ SWoilnell and 8uris, 9 a 14/ 

-^^ W. K. Sykes Inter- Lockidg Signal, 10 ii 4 / 

TirkWa Proprieury, 31 d 12/ 

— - Ten Corporation, 1 a 14 « 

teias Lgntl axtfd Vfdrtgfl^ 26 b 12/ 

— Textile Machinery Assodation, 10 ^9/— 
lid 16 s 

.. Thompson and Shaekell, 6 a 12 6 

A. and R. Thwaites, 28 a Ittf 

— - Tongaat Sugar, 18 o 12 # 



b^. 31. i9o4.) 



plikWs ivin to^'THJE TiHies^' 



nbwspaprr; 



m 



uiimpaniefl {fotUinued). 

Town Properties ot Weti Aiittralii, 22 n 12 

— ^ Trafford Park Ettate< 11 n 12 « 

- Tramways and General Wprki..4 o id 
^-— Tranivaal and Deliigoa Bay InTestmeni, 

16 417/ 
-^— Mortgage Loan and Fiaanbe id i 4 it 
' — Tnamph Cjrdle. 1 « 14/ -8 1^ 14 

Trust and Load of Canada. 15 li 14 «— 25 

'n 10 

' tubes. 24 7 ^^29 08s 

- Typewriting Telegraph Cdrfjoratioil, to n 

' United Rxpioration, 1 1 «i 12 ^ 

" insurfint^e, 7 i 1'? '< 

-^ UealiSAtioii 16 <l 17 

" - South Africa Associatidd: 15 3 ^—28 

11/ 
^— Venice Hoiels. I a 14 s 
^^ — Wall Paper Mandfactoreri. 27 o 12/^16 li 

l4/— 26 a 16/ 

Wdrwickl aiid Riehardtdo, 21 a l4 / 

Weldless Steel Tube, 25 li 10 # 

^ Welgedacht Bxplurdtiod, 22 n 12 «-2b d 

Ud 
=, — Wenlock Brewery 2i n 14 h^2 d 12 

' WbitolarfiH. Watson. 25 n lO s 

— ~ Willans and Kobinson. H o 12 a 

^— WolTerhitniptou and Dddley Breit^eries 6 

4 14s 
^— John and Bdwid Wrtsrht. 2 ^ 6 a 
~ — Tatiyantotil Ceylon Tea. II a 12 s 
Yorkshire Wdoldooiberi' Association, id n 

12 a^U n II tf-14 li 7/— 17 li 13 e— 18 d 6/ 

— 22ii2a-.30a 10 5^8 d 11/ 
— — Kobert Younger, 9 n 14/ 
— — ZambesiA Bxploring. 9 ii 13 s 
X}ompanies, Af isoellAaedus, StAte of Shares in ; 

s^ every dajf's paper 
^~ and Mndicipal EiifrAochtsement, 6 o 12 i 
'Comp«iiy BilM, I9a i7 d 
Congo Coolalissioo of Inquiry, 13 d 9 d^8 d 6 6 

—0 i< 5 s 
— ^-» Leiter od, 8 n 6 d 

the Fortiflcatidn of the, 80 d 6 a 

tidngo liefdrul Association, 2 dUf 

.*— Free State 1 6 3 ^—1 5 o^B 3 s— 6 6 8 

^.7s8^— l5o5/— I8o4<)-24o7s~l li II 

s^l4 a 8 5^16 a 2/— 17 a 3 0^19 n 7/^9 d 

8 5-15 d 5 8-20 d 5 d— 80 d 5 d 
: Utters on, I 8 d-29 • 16 0—4 ti 12/— 

'24 II 12 u 

and the Powers. 19 08/ 



Slev^ioK Sickness in the. 1 7 li 12 A 

ICoilgregMtloud UhUrche^ Changed In. ^oB d^ 

606a— I0o5c— 18 6 9 5— 24o5 5-7 a8d 

—14 ii 5/— 21 a7d— 1 d lid—odTe^8d 11 

s— 15 d II s-ld d 7 d-26 d 9 d— 29 due 

Dongrete dnd theEngUsh Drania. Letter on. 10 

^4/ 
iJdnrad ( Jds.) dn the North Sea Oatraga, 26 d 1 d 
l;tinsclence Money, 8 • 7 / -2i o 4 «— 27 060 — 
II M 5 5— 15 a 9/— 16 li 9 «-23n4 0— 24fi 6 
, ^— 5d 12s— 7d6 6—i7d9«— JOdos 
t^dnservatire Worklntp Men*s Conference, 3 s 18 6 
tjdnSistiiry Court, hhh AKOiiifi'i ^/OCTrt 



^onstitutiondl Club and Redistribution. Hd h/ 
Consumption of Horselle«h in Paris, Letter da, 
20 d 10 s 

— the ProTeniion of, Letter on. 25 a 4 5 
Cdnnuniptive Patients Letter od, 7 n 6 2f 

— Blencathra Sdndtoriuni for, 4 d 6 <$— 5 5 ii 

— Sanatoria for, 2^ d6f 
Continental I'ommercial Tradties 1 5 > 
CdnVdlescent dinners Society Letter (jn; \ dif 

— Bonies. I^tt ts on. 9 n.3/«-14 a 5 a 

" and tlie Honde of RacoTery, Letiet odi 

28 li 9 d 
CouTocatidns, s«*0 OkuRca of RK^Lijrb 
Cook and Son on Thefts on Italian Railways; 

80 n 10 d 

— Son & Cd., dn the CasH on Delitery SyJ* 
teni. 8 a 8 « 

Coo^r (Geo.) dri Irisariity and the Londod 

. County Council. 15 a 2/ 
Corbett c A. (7.) on t\lr. Balfour's S|^eeoh. 6 d 10/ 
-r~ on Jafjan. Rusaiddnd Bni{land. I a 10 
Cdrboiild-KUis (0. F.) on liural Deiioiialatiod 

and Recrditihg, 14 9 d 
Cornford (L. C,) ori the Teaching df Eni(li«h id 

Schools, Sao/ 
Cdrnish (C. J.) on Rean{iearance of Crayfish id 

the Thades yalley, 2 i a 9 » —8 d 15 
Cdmirth Stode Trade, Coiribination in the, l7o7 f 
( Corporation 'streets 'Oai nitte^i iiinner, lid \6d 
Cdtion Lirerpddl Market, »jtate df, sse eoet^ 

ddy*» paper 

American Ctop, 'dQd^ f 

Qro#ingin Cyprds, 20 d 11 

in India. 19s4 6—2 rt4d 
in South Australia. 18 il d 
in West Afnua. iH d iti 
id the We«t Indied. 81 5/ 
— - Imports td Vlaiioheiter. 28 a 10 0—12 d 11 ^ 
Lancashire Trade. 10 o 4 ci— 5 d 12 d— 6 d 

10/ 
— ^ Planting in NyasaUdd, 25 a 5 d 
^^ State df the aiarjtdt, tss eoery ddf9 pdpt¥ 

Trade. 15 6 -^6 a 8 a 

Cdtton(Slr K. J. S.) dn Imperial OrgdniJatioil^ 

Z'l o 12/ 
Counter Attractions td the Pubiiullouse. 284 12 d 
County Councils* Associatiuii Meetmg, 27 d 6 d 

— I " 14 
Court of Aldermen- Meetirigs, 12 d 7/— 9 d 14^ 

— 7 (/ U d 
OOaAT OIBOULAR :-^ 
Albiiny. Unuhessof, Moteidents df, 81 d 6d 

— liAtteiibetg, Princess Uenry df, Moteoeutd 
of ^ 5 A I ti d 

Christian, Princesi, MoTenients df, 5 3 1^ 

—81 o90 -i2d 1I0 

— Court to go into Mourning, 17 <» 7 d 

the King, vloveulents df, 20 6 a— 2S d 10 

a^:i^o M u— lo ii9/— i2d 8a 

ind the United Stotes Naval dflkam^ dl 

o7 f 
— ^ lind the Windsor and Etoii. Bdyai Inili 

rtiary. 8 d lO o 

— lUe Uitig's Birthday. Helabrdlidd df . 10 4 i 
d-IU rt 7/— II n. J 0-11 a 7/ 

and JapAne«e Opiniod* 20 d 4 a 
— Letter on, 12 /I 11 d 



Coil 



PALMKR'8 tNDKX TO ^' TSB TIMES ^ NKW8PA.PBa* [Ooi. 1 tO 



Oonrl Oiicnlar (continved), 

- I^mise. PrinoeM. MoTements of. Mo 10 6— 
18o 7 /-20o IOr-80nKa 

«— — Notices of, M« «»«ry ^f'x.y'' po^Mr 

— the Queen, MoTementu of, 24 o 6 a 

■ and the N«*<*dhAtn Penny Bmik, X d9s 

■ ■ and fhe RowUind Hill Benevolent Fund. 

2iid7 e 

— the Queen's Birthday. Celebnition of , 2 <l 4 
a^Sd 10 a 

— Wales, Princess of. MoTements of 20 o B ft 
Court of (/Ooiroon Tounoil -Meetings. 5 o 8 d^^J 

OM/— 8o6 0~IOo 4y-2l l3/'-28oH b^\ 

t. 8 6— 4 a 10 0- 16 a II 0-25 ii6o~26a9ft 

—2 119 6-16 if \2d 
Ctturthope fW,J) on the Study of Geography 

and Public Examinations, 29 a 8 a 
Courtney (l^onard) at Fnlkirk. 5 o8 6 
— — un Keal Hepr»'fientatioD. ^d 6/ 
Covetit barden Ball. 3 4 12 6 
(\>ventry LilH*ral AsscjciNtinn. Meeting, 9 a 12 6 
Cuveiitry ( rx>rd) on Kural liy-laws. 2» n 12 i 
Oix and King, ou the Case uf the Croline, 8 d 

Crsckantliorpe (Montague) on the Licensing 

Act, 26 a 6y-2-» n Sf 
Crawford (Sir HoniHWood) on the Andrew Car- 

nrgie Mu^ic SehulNr^hips, lA d hd 
CrHWiey (K. K.) on the Kiug's English. 20 o 10/ 
Cretan Qut si ion, 24 o 4 
Crete, ( oiidition of, 15 8/ 
^— Russian Troops in, i o 6 o 
Crewe Licensing Justices, 21 10 if 
C7rewe (Liord) on Army lieform, 28 a 4/ 

— on Kmigiation of Four Law (Children, 16 d 

Crewkeme, New Hospital at. 19 4 <f 

CriminNl Statistics. 28 J 5 

OIUMINAL TRIALS :— 

— ' AbrahHuis. Harry for Stealing 17 11 12 <9 

Aicard, Luuis. for Stealing. 16 n 16i— 18 a 

16 6 

-*— Anthony. Henry, for Indecent Assault, 18 
a 4 a 

«'— Ayres, John, and another, for Stealing, 28 
a 5 « 

— BHlnbridice, Andrew, and others, for Riot- 
ing, ^nXb d 

— - Baker, Herbert, for Stealing. 17 a 10 tf 
-— * Bsldemon, Albert for Fraud, 14 <f 4 a 

— • Bali F. v., for Wounding, 17 a 12/ 

^^ Bawer. Cenare, for Einbesalement, 19 11 5 

— Bayes, H. G., and another, for Arson, 21 a 
Id 

— Beach, W. J., for Burglary, 17 a 10 « 

^-^ Bell, Jot., and another, for Unlawful Pos- 
isession. 12 o 2/ 

Bennett, Chas., for Assault, 23 11 6 6 
Bensia, Clara, for Forgery. 18 d 8/ 

. Bensley, Henry, for Bigamy, 17 a 12/ 
Berry. Fredk., for Robbery. 28 a « 
Bill. F. J., for Bigamy. 18 13 li 

' Birch, W. B.. for Embesslement, 12 11 6 a 

• Bloom, Max for Bankiuptcy Fraud, 22(/13/ 
>Boaiso, Augufte^ for Misdemeanour, 20 12 s 
- Borland, J. £., for Fraud. 17 a 120 

• Bowdoo, Cornelius, tor btealiog, lu d 3/ 
83 



Criminal Txlalt (ronftnascO* 

— Breadraore, Thos.. for Stealing. 1 7 if 18 s 

— Brindle, J. J., for Misconduct, 27 o 13 

— Brown. A. D. and another, for Stealing, 10 
if 6 d 

^-^ Benjamin, and another, for Burglary, 90 

— ^ Henry, for AtteraptcHl >f urder. 4 a 6 i 
■ ■■ Jas. for RoffUery. 2-^ o 4 'i 

M.. and another, for Assault. 17 a 18 tf 

— Buckley, Wm., for AssnuU. 6 o 3/ 

— Burnett, J. T., for Murder. 2 </ 6 e 

Campbell. Henry, for Fraud 16 a II e 

Charrington, T. B., for Embeistement. 17 tf 

— — (%ilde. Anna C. F.. for Fraud, 24 a 4 a 
(^layton, W. B.. for AHsault 19 a 6 c^ 

— Cocksedge, Jesse, for Stealing, 21 18 a 
-— Collins. John, for Assault. 17 a \2 e 

— Cooper. Geo., for ( Viminal Assault, 28a 5 « 
John, for Burglary, 14 ^ 4 a 



Corsey, Mkdiael, and others, for Stealing, 24 

a 8/ 

Cowell, W. P., and Another, for Stealing 80 

o\2e 

Cummings. R. H., for Fraud. II a 13 

- Curtis, John. for Manslaughter, t d be 

R. H. 8.. for Murder, 10 a 9/ 

Cutler, Mary Ann. for Murder, 24 a 15 « 

-* Dacey, Michael, for Robbery with Violence, 

22 08 s 

Dacre, E. J., for Stealing, 18 a IS li— 19 • 

2e 

Daley. John, for Burglary. 3 o 2/ 

- Dalley. Kate, and another, for Stealing, 15 
rf3/ 

- DaTis, Bario, and others, for Burglary, 16 

dba 

■ Geo., for Stealing. Md Zf 

-*— Desmonde, Archibald, and others for Rob« 
bery with Violence. 21 a 12 6 

■ Arthur, for Sacrilege, 9 a 2 il 

DonoTKU, Conrad, and another, for Murder, 

19 a 6 6—21 a 16 /< -2i a 13 

• — Dore. GustaTe, for Abduction, II a 18 e 

- Dotsaner, Martin, and another, for Con- 
spiracy. 18 d 8 / 

Douglas, Peter, for Stealing, 7 if 4 a 

Drewett, Harriett, for Fraud. 82 d 13 6^84 

if 12 

ETans. J. A., and others, for Attempting 

to Wreck a Train, 17 n 12 

- ■ Joseph, tor Reckless Driring, 11 n 
18s 

-^ Everest, A. E., and another, for Burglary, 

28ai2ii 
Fee. Jos., for Murder. 8 </ 1 1/-6 rf 10 / 

- Fleming, viatthew, for Wounding, \^db 

- Foote, John, for Murder, 9 n 2 ^^ 

Freeman. E. A., for Attempted Murder, 20 

12 

Friedburg. Bamand, for Fraud, 19 8 s 

Gage, Geo., for BorgUry, 21 12 6 

Uarton, E. E., for Bigamy, 8 a 16 s 

Gates. Lawrence, for Pei jury, 24 a 15 

Golden, Geo., for Kobbery with Violence, 19 

di^d 



Dec. 31. 1904.] palmbk's indkx to " tBm tikis, " nbwspapbb. 



Cit 



Crimixkftl Trials (eimiinued). 

— Goodinaii, Jacob, for Attempted Bribery. 
13 13 

— Qofliair, Flurenoe, for Forjjerj, 1 9* 5 * 

— Grange, Qeo.. fur Wounding. i»rfl4 d 
•^ Gregory, C. S^for Attempted Murder, 24 « 

• — Griffin, Rote, and Nellie tor Stealing, 23 d 
9b 

— Guerrinl Jerome for Murder, 24 a 15/ 
^-^ Gurtiey, Fmnk, for ICmbfZzlement, 21 o 8 a 

Hale, £Uen, for Cruelty to Chillren, 21 a 3 6 

•p<— Harding, H, P. for Misdemeanour. 2 1 o 12 b 
•^ Harrison, Chas, for Bobbery with Violence, 

l9o2 d 
— — Hall Edmund, for Murder, 2 il 6 e 

— Hatnip. Arthur, for Forgery, 24 n 15 

Heath, Wm. for Wounding. 17 d 13 e 

Hill. Emily, A. A., for ^^teHling, Id 18 d 

— Hobbfl. Annie, for Stealing. 10 d 3 / 
•p^ Hoffman. Paul, for Forgery, 15 a \h d 

Aamuel, and another, for Conipiracy, 27 

l3o 

■»■ Wm.. for M urder, \Sti5 e 

— Holdaway, Mary, for Murder, 15 i 8 5 

— Holder, Ferdinand for UurKlary. 13 o 13 
. — iHollingsworth, Walter for Wilful Damage, 

2an 120 
m,^^ Holmes, A. J., for Murder, 19 2 d—l6 m 

15 a 

•— Hooley, B. T., and another, for Gonspiraoy, 
23 a 5 i- 24 a I5tf~26 a / 0-26 a i4 (i~:^9a 

16 u^m n 4 ^— I d 4 d-2 d l3 d^H d 4 b—b 
d 14 0-^ a io b—l d 11 e^6d A e-\fd 13 6- 
\{)d4 o— 13 d 3 d—ii d 3 0-I6 d 6 a^ltf <l 5 
b-^n a lS0-19<i 14 

— Hooper, J. L)„ for Fraud. 21 a 15 6 

— Horn. W. T., for Stealing, 15 d 3/ 
<^i^ Howe, Qeo^ for Threat m. 15 a » ^ 

— — Huber. Theodore, for Burglary, 2 <i 5 

— ^ Humphreys, clement, for Stealing, 2i d9 / 

— Hunt. H. B„ for Fosnett^ing a Ulandered 
Hone, 2 1 a 3/ 

— » Hutchinson, Thos.. for Permitting Drunken- 
ness, 21 nA / 
*— Jackson, iieo., for Stealing, \H o \3 d 
•— Jeffries. Arthur, for Muider, lU^ 10/ 
*— Joab, i!«sther, and oiherri. for Siealiug, 13 a 

156 
mm^ Joel, Solomon for Pei jury. 20 12 

— Johnson, J. ii., for l«raud, 9 d 10 
Wm., for Stealing. 1 7 n 12/ 

«— JoUy, Charlotte for Kenewal of Licence, 22 

04/ 
•^ • Jones, Wm., for Stealii g, 16 i 4 a 
wi— Kiel, Arthur, and others, for Perjury, 22 n 

13 d 
V— Kingston Stephen, for Wounding, 20 12 
^^ King, vSamuel for Wounding, 20 9 u 

— I'hos., and others, for Burglary, lt$ a 4 u 
•-» Ktugsley. Oliver, for Mao«laughter, 1 7 a 12 
— — Kmselhi, Garrett, for Rioting, 6 n io d 
«-^ iiadd, Thos^ fur Forgery, *iO o 4 a 

•— Lawrence. Alfred, for Stealing, 15 a 15 

— Layton, T. W. U., for Beittug Act Offence. 
82 4/ 

•»* Lea, Henry and others, for Stealing, 27 13 tf 



Oriminal Triala (continued), 

— * Longman. John, for Fraud 21 a 15 5 

- Loreni, Guvene, for Mnrder. 29 a 7 5 

LoTeU, Helena for Keeping a Disorderly 

House, l5o85 

- Low, J. A., and others, for Convpiracy, 1& 
mlhd 

^-> Maokensie. Donald, and others, for Con* 
ppiracy. 2i i2 " 

•—^ Magnus. Itrael, for Reoeinng Stolen Pro- 
perty, 140 4 a 

— — Mann. John, for Stealing. 13 l>< 

-» Manvfleld, A. J., foru*riminal Assault, 17 n 
120 

— — > Maroham, W. M.. and others, for Libel, IK 
al55 

Margrie, Henry, and another, for Burglary^ 

81^9/ 

— — Markfeldt. Felix, for Fraud In n 15 r 

- Mar low, Jas.. and another, for l^mspiraoy, 
2'^ 30-15 a 15 d 

Marqnet A. H.. for Wounding. \^ d id 

- Marun Thos.. and others for Kobbery with 
Violence. 15 a 11 

Mason, Thos. and another, for Burglary. 

15 r/ 3/ 

— — .— Wm.. for Inuendiaritin, \ n n d 

McLaughlin, reCfr. for Burglary, l2o 2 s 

Mean. H. W., for vlisdemeauour. 22 d i3a 

Miller, J. W., and another, tor Steaiiuit. 26 

o3 

Moran. Bridget for (^mpen»ation 30 a 7 

Morreli Geo., for Attempting to Steal, 2(i 

o3 n 

- Mortimer, H. S., and another, for Stealing, 
17ci 13 /« 

- Mott. Herbert, for Fraud. I4 <i 3/ 
— » Murphy, vVm.. for Stealing. 17 a 1O0 
— ^ Nice, .\lice f«>r vianiilaughter, WnSd 

Norris, Aifre>l and another, for Burglaiy, 

11 m 10 

N.irthey, 0. K.. for iiigamy 10 a 9/ 

0*Gornian. Mag^^ie for ^Ualiutc, 2 - o 2/ 

Oram, Wm., atid others, for Stealing. 10 a 

- Otfborri, Albert, and othem, for Conspiracy, 
26 i '27 i3 <* —Zt^ o 2 -'i9 5 <t — I a A 
/— 3 n 14/— rt a 1*0— 4 a 12 /— 5 a 6/-^a 

120— lOit 4 b 
^— Palmer, t aroline. for Fraud, ^ d \0 e 
— — Partriilge. «Viii., for MiAdemean mr. 19o7/ 
•— * Parsons. Henry, audoiheis, for Intimida- 
tion, 10 d 3/ 
— » Peterson, John, and other*, for Stealing, 24 

2/ 
— — Pick, Ernest de. for Fraud. 13 4 •( 
Picksrd. Alirei, for b^mbex^leiueut, 13<j3/ 

Prentice, Alfred fot '^ualiUK it l2a 

— Prior, G. C, tor i«^nibczxleme'ii, 2b n & d 

— ^ Raliinowitz. Maunc . tor i?rad«l. 17 d 13 

lieece, W. it., for Perjury, 2i o 12 a— Z-' • 

3<{-24o2/ 

— - Haes, Louis, for Assault, loo 3 5 

— — lieid, G. K„ for vlisdemeanour, i%o iSd 

^— KUey, Wm., for Burglary, 3 o 2/ 

- Rimer. Cliai., and another, (or Unlawful. 
Potseasion, 1 d ia 

38 



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r^Liipra mpBi tp r ths TiHfs " ypwip^f isfu 



[Oci.1 ta 



pximinal THaI* (<?(m<tfiif«</)> 

— '" Kobinton. li J., f(>r Fraud, 9 d \0 

Rogers. Jos., for Indecent AtfauU. 24 n 15 « 

Roll. ^ibU, for SteNliiiff. 21 12 <t 

— Ko«e, H. v.. for Dfunlc^niijeM. i5 o3 h 

— ^oFlpj. Tho«,, aofl Hnoiher. for Couppiracj, 

-* — RpM^p. Chnp.. for BnrfrUry, 84 o 2 « 

• RuMOD. A. E^ for Bi^ipy. Kn ih d 

^— Kpttpr. £. f^ pofl mbotber, for Conipiracj, 

ljBpl6A 

: 8alHf, Jpp , for Fprgery, ID n 9/ 

Sapse^. Frapli^ an^ olpera. fur Bprglary. 

^4 2 « 

: 8pztop. TftofM for Fraud. 9 f» M » 

: Shpi^ Ju|fo, fof U^bfierj witj^ Violencp, 19 

po 
r— Shelfey, F^ir., fur Woppdfnff, U d 4 a 
— ^ ^pppberd, D., for Epibenlpment, 30 11 7 « 
-^ Sifpmoii^a 4K''^- for'liiiDvQdiar|0iii. 4 ^ 6 a 
^— 8inip|inf. Walter, aof} ai^otl^r, forBprg- 

S}pi|. W. W,. fur Stealing. 14 1^ 4 a 

— SjpitJ^. Ari}|ur. fpr lff)bberj yfifh y}p|enpp. 
24 fi 16 « 

: Kdif. for S^H^pg 2§ 11 6 <| 

Francis, fur FrAud, lOt^ 13/ 

■ Jos., and others for Rubbepjr. 12 p 4 <l 
^ Speocer. Vir. iC., Hod p^herf for RpQeyrsI of 

Liotnoe. 21 I04 
^^ stf pheiisoii. C. an4 another, for Atteippte^ 

Fraud. 4o 10 r— 5 o itf a-6 o i;) 0—70 9r 

— 8teyensop R. E.. for Fri^ud. .'» n \-i d 

, ^pckjerniHii/Leon. for 'mealing, 24 i^ 3/ 

— Ifriili Aiipie Jane, for Arson, 15 n II 

'Ihirkfftle. O. b!. for .Vlurder, 20 12 f 

-^ Thoiuaii. Chiis., and aputher, for Fr^ud, ^4 

:— <teo., for Indecent ^ssault^ 19 2 d -21 

^ \ta ' 

■ 4. U , fur Fraud, 15 n M s 

^ Wm., lor Fusst-siiing i>iypase<} M^t, 21 

12 a 
^— Thompson. W. U.. fof Ppt jijry, 22 8 <<~ 

19 a 5 f 
— — Tinkler, J. E., and aputl^er, fqf $teahog,9 

^-^ 'I'odd. Henry, for Woi^nding, 19 q 2 </ 

'—- - Tprner, Fredk..' ^n^ anothpr. fof frai^d. li 

p JO <j 
•— »- 0. A. for Murder. 29 a 7 5 

^ ] but be liusei fur .vfurder, 2 J 5/ 
— .— Walker. Fn dk.. for n'tealiog. 12 2 4 
— — \\ aison. W. .)., for Forgery. 1 <f 6 o 
^•7* Waoters, June lor Fiaud. i7 il* 18 a 
— -— > \^ebb, Jim fur itictMidiarism, 4 a 6 ^2 
'> Whion, iiubt., for tiniawtul t'osses«ioiL 8 11 

* JM 

.^ Wilkinson, Geo. for Fraud, 18 5 a 

•^ Williams, Editb. for 8teabug, » a 3/~22 d 

\B/ ' 
^ — Petef M.. for Attempted Murder. I9p2d 
— — Wiuier, prmuode d«i Tiipee. for Manslaiigh- 
'|tor^i2«i^« 
^ ' Wood, lienry, and another, for Pockvt- 

picking, I8a 13 '/ 

-^ J. B., aud ftuother, for Perjufr, 10 a 9/ 
34 ' ' 



Grimiufl Trials (cpnltaitftf). 

— Woolf, U. J,, and others, for Stealing, 21 i^ 

Wright fimet^ P., for »tea)inff, 15 <f 8 6 

— T«>upg, Winter, for »tea|ing 3 o 2jf 
CrippM ' hildren's (/hfistii|aa Uampers, Lettat 

on 24 e 8 ( 
CripBkgat* Ipititpte, 7n\%c 
CripQS ( - ) on Agricultural Depretaion. petter% 

on. I 08/— 4 a 9/ 
a^ Chesham, 25 a 8 A 

— on tl^e National Sooiaty an4 Church 
8cl|ools, 14a8y 

— ^ on Reform of Parliampntafy Procedure. 1^ 

o 4 r 
— ^ on Redistr|butioi|. 19^8/ 
Prists and ^t>e Co|oniaa, Letters oi), 18 11 16 b^\ 

a lifted 15 e 
Croft, (C. W.) on the Apos^^' Cr^ in Prorid- 

ed Hchools, ^bdio b' 
Cross (J. W.) on Finance and War 7 ^ 18 
Croif. Rudolf 4 Co., on thp Suef Canal Duea, 1% 

d \bt 
Orbifn Lands. 18 a (4/ 
Crystal palace.' i^dufifAipna, «ft tfari^ ifejjf's paper, 

Brass (iand Contest at, 3 9 a 

— Csge Bird t^huW at, 27 o 18^—19 a 8/ 
I at Sliow at, 28 4 e 

—7- ( ^rysNUthemum Show at- 8 • 8 o— 8 a 7 f 

— Colonial and' Inilian Exhibition to be hel^ 
at, 12 o 120' 

Exhibition pf PoUtoes, 12 4 

Kennel « lab bbow at 19 8 a -24 8y 

•»— Poultry >huwat. tf a II '' 

School of Practical ttngii tearing, XT dlf 

ri|ba. Commercial (^qndition of. t\)d 18 
Cumberland' lieiigious Oisturhances In, 20 9 J^. 
^^ an^ \yestmoreland Afsociation. hleetiiit^, 1 1 

(^undall (H. M.) on Memorial Tablet to Edmund 
Kean.\4rf7/ ^ 

Currie (Sir ft. U.) on Cqnsumptire Patients, 7 a 
6 5 

Curriers- Company Dipuer 2 tf 10 tf 

Curtis (G. Q.;on Mr. "Pearson and the Stami^ 
ata^%\ a 12 2in8> 

Cnrxon vLsdjr) lUneys of 1 9/-rS 7/— 4 4 a 
^Lbof^a -80 '4 c— 7# 4 ft— 80 9/— lOo 7 J 
'11 lJ^\to If-^X^o 7 0-14 o 4 0—I6O 
jj/— 17 » 7 / -lu o » u— 19 o 7 i<— 20 7 /-2l 
7/-^22 (^ 8y — 24 8 a— 25 4 d-^i^ 08a 
— 27 10/— 17 a7d— 21 m^ d 

— I^nd ihe Bombay Corporation, 5 12 cf 

— Moyements of, 17 a 7 U -2i a 8 <^- 24 n 9/ 
— 25a'8 h^\^^d 8d— U doe 

Cust (Lionel) on the Bust of iViilton, ^nlf 

Cut NailTrade, 10 a 9> 

Cutlers' Company, Banquet, 17 a 80 

1 Feast, 7 b4VI ' 

Cjrmmrbduriou Society, Annual Dinner, 10 li 18 4| 
Csariiikuw qO.) on the Rise in Sugar, 25 a 8 0— 
348/ 

O. 
Dalkeith (Lord) an^ the Unionist Far^, 10 a 8 <{ 
Daniel (A. tl.; on the Thanet l^iection, 7 o 5 6 
Danish Finances, 5 b 3 i< 
Darus, the Proposed Sauaturiuoi i^t, 13 e 7 



pec. 31, 1804. J 



^Ll|Kf|*« lUU1t\ TO ^TQB TIWK0 ** WKWaPAPCI^ 



^>^ 



Darwin (Pruf. 0. H.) on the Ik^c J^ewtuii 
8taileiiuhip6 at (^aiubric^^e ':<H n6b 

ai<d Greek, Letter on. '281 d » « 

paTenport-Hiir (Kloience) qn koitirn^tion of 

Poor Law i hildreu. lt» d \l*/ 
Paridaon ( vi rs^'j un liencae \yurk in Lan^beth, 
' 14 « 6 /> 
paviea (Hey. J[. L.) on N^if Pupil Tead\er 

> jstein. 1 9 o 5 /• 
pawkioa (Prof. W. B.) oi^ the Ooalioff of the 

Kuftiau Fleets 16 n 7/ 
JDawaoii (Kaukine) ou the ColpDiea andln^perial 

liefrnue. 27/1 i{}o 
-»- (( om. W J on Tristan d^Acuoha, 2So7 d 

- (W. U.) on the Fiscal B^e Boole. 15 o l^a 
pe la Hoolce ( I'l.) on the King's i£ngli«^ *d n 15 s 
IiiSATHS:— In consequence ot the Reffistra 

General havinj; a complete. Alphabetical Lis 
from 16871 of ^i Deaths ii^ the British Domin- 
ions as also ot all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time kt 
the Office in bomerset Uou^e, it is not deemed 
exn«*dient ti> insert the Minimum Lists as i^- 
rertised i^ The ^im»$ 
m — ' iibbou, KeT. Walter. 19 d 6 J 
^— Aiicman. Andrew, \b nS d 
— — Alexander, i^aptain CUud', 22 i 4 ft 

Allen, Ch«t. U., 20d7 0^ 

- AUinghaii]. H. W., 7 n 4 / 
■ letter un, 10 » 8 ^ 

^ Allmsn. k. L.. 24 i 4 tf 

Aiidertim. Alderman, Aithur, 27 d 7 f, 

--^ Aniierstedt, M., 22 « 4 c 

»~ Aiistruther, Thomsuu, (Colonel, 10 o 4 <^ 

Ashby, Oaptaio. H. F^ 10 o 4 o 

-^ - Asliton, Lady, 7 o 7/ 

4-^ Assheton-8mithy —. Funeral, 2r< n 7/ 
•^-^ AsluriiM, Princess of the Itf o 6 y 

^ Funeral, 20 o d s 

•:; — Bacub, KeT. J. M., 27 d 7/— 28 d^e 
— Baird. Colin, Funeral, 6 o tsb^ 
Balleine, Capt., t.. Id d bf 

Banlces. K. W., 22n4 c 

Funeral, 26 n 7/ 



Bari, i umte De' 22 tf 4 b 
Barker. J. L. 20 <i 7 o 
Bar(uw. Aodrev^. « d 7/ 
Bartlioldi. M. Anguste, bo%bs 

Letter on 10 o 4 <{ 
Bart^eit, Uev. R. !£., 7 <i 9/ 
Beaton, UeT. Patrick, l3o 4 6 
Beaulaincourt Countess 6f, 27 <f 7/ 
Bell, dir. L L., 21 ii 40 

Funeral, 24 «/ 4 c 



— — Bernard. Chaooeilor, T. O^ 8 d 1 1 d 
-ir Fmieral, 12 a 9/ 

— Letter uu, o u 1 1 </ 
— > Besant, Lady, 6 1» 6 ft 
■ _ Funt^ral, \2olJ 

^ — Bickeisteth, Hugh, Funeral 18 a 9 / 

— Bishop, Isabella, \mo i e 

- — Biaxall, Dr. Francis fcleory, 27 d 7/ 

— Blunt. CoL Arthur, 16 d^$ ' 
Boys. Kev. Ai.J. T., 17 i 6 a 

— Boyiun, v'anon vJliarles, 16 ct 9. ^ 
-: — Bioadbent. J. C, 24 o 8 s 

i-^7- Broadfoot, Jessie, U o8e 



Deathg {continued), 

— — Brook, Msjor-Gten. £(. C, ft p, 8 ft, 

— Brown. J. B.. 27 d 7/ 
J. t.. 7 H 4y 

FuD^I^I. 10 a. 10./ 

Mr, I4rf lOtf 

— ^ro1fn^igg ( -olojael H. J. B^ '26. q. 6 « 

VIrs.. 20 d 7 

— Burrows, Sir F. A., 12 a ^2 d 

Bv(sl\, Canon Paul 2 i^ 4 '* 

— - Butler, MNb>r Keuben, 3\ 4 4 4 

— Buixow, M. Kugei\ de, 81 o 9/ 
r^lQgan. Hon. F. W., 2 if 4 ft, 

— FunerHl, 6 rf 9/ 



- Cainp.b9il, Deputy In^piBctor- General of 
Hospitals and Fle^U Geo. Andren^, ^i d A e 

— - — MNJortien., P. J., 24 tf ^ a 

Fnileri^l, 3u a ^ u 

- Caro Professor J NCub. 16 d \\X 
Ca^twright, A. X- C, 16 <( 6/ 

Casile, J.».,2a^d 7/ 

Fune^l. 28 «< 7 / 

Letters up, 2\ d \ /i^27 d 7 / -28 ^ 4 ^ 

— — CassagnaQ, M. Paul de.. 6 i| 7 ^ 

- CaTei^ Dr. VVni., a did e 
Chappell S. A,, ^8 d[ 7/ 

— - Cliarriiigioo. Spencer, 18 d 10. o 

Funeral, 17 4 >1 / 

Cliitty. Gen. W. ri, 14 rf 10 ft. 

^— Chota Nagpur Bisliop of. in o id 

- Clarke, (.'olo.nel B. F. N., Id a Hf 

- Cliff«»rd Frederick, 3i ci 3/ 

- Coward, Capti^io J. M. M.. \b d b f 
— * Collier, W. F., 2^n6 (t 

- Cotton, Major J. W. M., 1 1 • 8 ft 
Co^ G. W.; 16 n rt fi 

L\eut-Gen. J. B^. 6 ^ 6 tf 

— >-» Craig, Very tiev. «Tra^,iiiu, 10 o 4 li 
Ci«pt. s. K., I 4 rf 10 6 

— ~ Craij^itttin, J a*., i2 d lO/ 

Cree, \^v. J, \., 2b o 4 r 

— :— CrulkHhMnk, R. D., 8 a 8. a 

— — Cuming, Miijor-3en. vV. ti., 27 d 7/ 

Dai^ley, Capt.' Henry, 2*i d 7 e 

-~ Davidson, lie^. Dr. .1. rh.aio. 8 a 6 1^ 

— " Dai^iiay, dun. vV. F., 1 a 8 

■ Funeral, bo 7 f 

Day, Dr.. Funeral, 17 d II / 

u. Kight Ber. Maurice, \b d b/ 

KeT. liussell, 4i' o 9/ 

-~ Deu^har, David 6 n 6 a 
~- Dickson. Gen. nir l^., ok, hS 0. 
Dilke, Lady, 26 0. 4 

Vu.eral 6i o Gs 

-->— Dobblng, F. il^ Let^r on 28 o 60 

Doultou, A. P., 8 a 8 a 

Drouin M. A., 7^9/ 

AJruwnj Dr. V. vl., ^9 a 8. ft 

Dud- Asshetop- ^mith, G. VV., 23 n, { e. 

'■ Letter on. Mi n 6 d 

^liot, .sir (^eo., \i o6d, 

Elver«on .vlajor H. J., 9 11. 9/ 

Evans S. T. G , 3 n 4 0. 

^ Fawcett^ C. J. F., 28 8 c 
— ^ Ferguson, C. J^ 8 <i 10 
— » Fiu Wygram, V^eut. Gen. Sir Fredk. 12. 
d 10 



Sea 



PALMRK'a INt>|Cl( TO ^ TBK TIMES ^' NftWSPAPKB. 



[Oct. 1 to^ 



Peatht {fon^inued), 

" FuntTHl, Hi /f l\ f 

— FlHM-hfr G.. 10 « H A 

Flt-miiiff. C.J. ^AddH€ 

l«]etcher. Mm 2m d 4 « 

— Fowler, pr. 1 hot.. d\ n 10 h 

Fyiieral. 24 n H o— 2.» n 7/ 
Fiant-r. ( q1. E. I... 29 d S** 
F'leepian. Dr. Alfied .1., ^0 n 6 c 
Fiwrth. ReT. T. J.. 12nli!<| 
yur^e. ('. W., iHooJ 
- huneiHl, Oo 4 ^ 
GAlUii M.. 4 n 4 ^ 
Gal Una II. Prof. : hox., 3 ti 4 c. 
bH I diner, Lady i r^ r> c/ 

Ht T. E. I.. 1 n 6 <; 
Gil^n, Henrj, 21 a Ad 
Glaisjrer, Mr.. 2im 7 q 
Glyn, Uqh. P. (?., AnA^ 

Faneral, » n 6 i^ 
Goodfurd. A. J., » « 4 
Grace, Eruent, 'i2f^Ao 
GteMtoffZ, Lieut. B. C^ 8047/ 
Gieenhalgh. W. If., 1 1 o « c 
Gle^awfll, Dr. I). A, I'd a 10 e 
Uiifflih-boaeavceii. I apt. B. T., SI dSj 

Qllffilhrt. J. M., 1/ (f 4 « 

GuedHlia, U.,4 o 80 
Guest, Merihyr. 5 n 6 a 
i<uu«ral, \, nl J 

— Guise. Major Howard, 4 o 8 ^ 
r — Gnlson, Juba. 'i^dl t 

— baciimaa, Nayi^nting-Lieu^. Alfjred, 17 11 
4 tt 

^ Hadfleld, Bishop, \S d \{) h 
«-— Hall, Jas^ 2SI K « 

Uamiiioti, Mrs., lo d ^ 

■ buoeiai, 2^ d 4 6 

Motice, V6d\{)d 
uainujiicher. Dr. Kredk., 13 i I0<j 
hMUinei, Key. iieary, lu o 6 a 
Uartxiurt, Ciir W., a o b a 
Comments on, b o 4 
Funeral, 1 o 1 « 
Arrangements, 4 o 6 a 



Tenths {cQ^tinuedY 

- Hour, Senator G. F^ 1 cft^ 
^ Hobk^ouse. L«»ril. 7 // 8 a 

Funeral, 10 t 10 ft 

Letter on i3 1 3/ 

Ho^van, .lonkheer P. P. Van der, 23 rf 7 fi 

Hol|pii9>],lerii Yon 8i|j^ariiigen, PritKsa. 

Frefik.. ^ d \i r 

-^ Hollingshead, John. 1 1 o 8 6 

Funeral, lno9 

Hook Col Lionel. 12 c 4 A 

-^ Hopft>n, Herr Hans too. 21 n 10 ft 

- llopwtKKi. «'. H.. 17 0, 4 
■ Funeral, Ho?/ 

— — Houstoiin-Boitwall. Lady, 26 // 7 

Hunplii eys ttef. K. M., .8 '/ 4 ft 

- Hunt, H. A.. Letter on. 1 6 
— r- Huron, Bishop of, 21 4 a 

Impey, C.il. E. r., 1,4 n 4/ 

Itigiain, Hon. Mrs. Meynell, 22 d 4 ft 

- Jackvon, Rer. bVederic, i4 4 c 
^^ .lames. Wm., 20 H o 

.I^nauschek. Mmn., 3Q n 6 d 

- Jaworski, Chevalier Apollinar de, 25 4 4. 
— Johnstone. J. Heyw^ood. il o 8 ft 

Jfuner^, 15 oil 




Letter on, 4 o .> u 
Memoiiai ^er▼ict', It 4 ft, 
Uardwicke, Earl vt, oU a 6 c 
i!uneiai, od 7 u 
Letter on, 6 (I 7 d 

— Hargieaves, Lieut. U. B., 8 a 6 a 

Uariis, Oir Jas., b n aj-U nAf 

Hawtrty, Capt. Montague, i n ^d 

Ha^-toojd. Lieut..( oi. J. G., 25 a<ft. 

**— Hayes, J2.Uwui. dn^/ 

— beam, i aicadiu, Letter on, 4 o 8 (^ 

— He im, Elijah, i3 a lUcl 

— iit-i.Uer»ou. Hobi.. 22 o \ij 
^-> lienry, liiex., kit n\i 

W. T., i»n y c 
Herve>, Lady Arthur. 16 <j 11/ 
biggntsun, M. John, i h6 d 
Hiles, Dr. Heury, 2'do^/ 
Hili, a. W., 24 n 6 <i 
— Funeral, 2d « y 
Hills, Margaret, 20 8 a 

Funeral, 24 4 ^ 



Jones W. E.,l«ii 7/ 

KHpn^st. i^oiint Peter. 3.<i 12 c^6d 5 e 

— ;- li^fmpe, K\ N., 13 i iO d 

- Kerry. Countess of, 21 n 10 ft 
- l*ULneral, 24 ti 6 

Kniill>s, Mrs., y d 7y 

K«>rfa. Crown Pri luess o^ 7 a 4/ 

Kruicer. J. P., Funeral, H d 7 c^\9 d S Ot 

- Kutgelgen, Herr. 20 o rt a 

Ll^ louche, Lieut.-Gen. W. P., I5n6d 

Lambert. J. G.. 2S d 4 e 

- Langdnle, Mrs. Wm, «50^4ft 

Lawn, W. G., 2'i ti i / 

Lhx, M. Paul. M n a .» 

L«-an)y. E<iipun(l. i2 </ 10/ 

Funeral 2^ d t ft 

Lebaj», M., itt a G /> 

- Lee, Henry, 2-* d 4 « 

^— Lefro>, Lieut. K, N.. i7 n A (k 

Legh, Lieut.- ol, ti. M. C, i860 

Leitch, Uei;. U. M.. 6 4 ft 

-— ^ Leno, l>an I n6o 

b uneral, tf a, 1 1 

^— Li HHing-Jui. i nb d 

Liglittuot, V^n. T. F., 24 a 6.d 

Lloyd, Ed^wifia, 1 a b <i 

F. a, • 7 4 # 

Lock, J. H..3.I dSf 

LoUi, Prof. Eude. 3o n 7/ 

Lu^tt. He?. Kich., '6i)dlJ, 

Luckipg. JttS., . d \i e 

LusUinj^ton, E. H., 31 9/ 

Funeral. 3 a 4 

— «-> MacUregor. Donald, 15 <^ 5/ 
— — MmcqoU, Norman, 10 <i 1 1 / 

Funeral, lad ^ j 

Macdonald, KeT. T. M., 7 d^f 

- Miickie, i:olonel E. A*, 22 o 9/ 

- Maple, Mrs., tfi a 3./ 

Maiks, Kev. Philip. 2 a 6 a 

Mairioit, Rev. John, 16 11.6 c 



Dec* 31, 1904.1 



ll^ALMBE^B IHDKX TO ^^TdBtHlBS" lrlft^^0l^APCa• 



DeA 



Maaoii, Major-Oendral Phas. C, 7 <t 9/ 

Matthe#. ( 'anon D. 8.. 3 a 4 o 

May, John. Sd n d 

• Mc(^arihy. John Geo , \ oSo 

McOlean Prank, 9 a 9/ 

Funeral, 1 2 a 1 1 / 

Letter on, 2 d 5 o 

Mcr)0PiiM. J. A.. 19 id/* 

Mellnnd) W. K.,2IinAb 

Mf Ivill rommander P. W^., 4 o 8 d 

Melvilit*. Viscount, 4 a 4 i 

— Funeral. H n H d 
Lett«*r on, 10 n 8 ft 

MeuKhavri, PMsha, S* d 7 / 

^-^ Meredyth, (Taptnln Sir E. H. J., 10 d 4 i 

Michel. M. Henry, 2'A a 1 f 

Mitchell, ReT. Dr. J. Murray. 16 « 6#— 14 

<^I0 6 

^h-^ Mooenni Cardinal, 16 a 6 4 
— — MoDck. Lieut-Gen, the Hon, Richard, lO o 
id 

Puneral, »3o7/ 

^— Mouselle. ReT. Father Louli, 21 a 10 d-38 
a 8c 

Morrell. W. W.. 27 rf 7/ 

*-^ Morton, ("has., 19 o 4 d 

Funeral^ 22 o 6 a 

- • Mostyn Hon. M. H., UdXOh 

Muller, J. V. S.. 20 </ 7 r 

Murray, R. W. J., 26 tf 7 ^ 

- Na»h I 'anon R. S., 'i\^ d ^ « 

Nawab Muhammad Sharif Khan of Dif, 9 

-^^ Nelidoff, Count de, Son of, i 6 a 6 ^ 
*— Nemenyi. Dr. Ambros, 30 li 7 / 

Norman. Sir Henry, 27 o 6 a -'^8 r 7 cf 

■ Funeral Arranj^menta, 29 o l3 a 
.4^ — Funeral, 3 1 oi e 

Northbrook, Lord. 16 a 6 d 

- Funeral 21 a I0<^ 

■ Letters on, 17 a 6 b^\9 a 10 d^2d nio 
-'2d6d 

- Norton. John^ Letter on, 16 n 6 

— ^ O'Oallnghitm. Archbivhop Henry, 13 4 6 

O'Flaherty. John. 2ddS0 

- 0*Mahony. John, 29 a 6 A 

Ommaniiey, Mr Braamut, 23 il 5 a 

— * Funeral, iS d 7 / 

Letter on, 29 d 4/ 

*•-* Oswald. R. K. Letter on, 22 d A b 
-^ Ottolenghi, General, 3 a 4 r— 4 a 4 i 
— — Owen. ReT. Edward, 15 a 6 i 
Canon R, D.^ 24 h « 

Pastoo- (hooper Sir Astley P., 20o 9a 

Paterson, J. W. J., 29 d 8 s 

Paul W. H.. 7 a 4/ 

Payne, — , 6 8 d 

— B. J.. 98 d ij 
^ Lieut. A. P.. 1 7 4 « 

Percy, Alfred, 14 << 10 b 

- Letter on, 23 d7/ 
Perowne, Bp., 8 n 8 d 

- Funeral, 11 a7y 
Letter on. 10 a 8 

Phillips l>r. U. D. P., Letter otv l#<i fO^^ 
Pio i'^eutra, 19 d %J 



Deaths ( con'tlnuedS 

Pleydell Mnj »r T. B., 24 a 6 i 

Poore D. G. V.. 25 a 4 6 

Pounds, Or. T. H.. 2'* d 4 « 

Prinsep. V. C , 1 4 a 4 

— ^— Fiinernl, 17 a 10 a 

- RadziwilL Prince Auton, 17 it 8 d 
Funeral, 2ld3c 

•^— Notice. 19 d e r 
-^^ Rapp. Gkn., 2\ d A d 

- Ratzenhofer Field Marshal. 1 1 8 e 
Reynolds. Lieut. A. H., 4 a 4 i 

Ridley, lx>rd, 29 a 12 a 

Funeral, 2 <^ 6 a 

— - Matthew. 1 1 d 8 ^ 

Rintoul. Henrietta. 21 a 10 6 

— » Ross, Denuty Inspector-Gen. of HospitilU 

And Fleet* \Vm.. 2 n 6 d 
— ^ Rothsteiii, Herr Adolf. 24 a 6 J 

- Routleclge, (^anon, C. F., 3 a 4 
— fc- Funeral, 7 a 4 • 

Ryan, Lieut- OoL Geo., 1 1 8 6 

i. Ryder. Alderman J. W. W.. 14 n A J 

Salmone. Professor. 26 6 

Salvlii. .Tapt. F. H.. 4 8 

SHuderton, Rev. Lancelot, Letter oh, 16 a 

11/ 

- Saz-Coburg-Gpthil, Dowager Oiichess Alet- 

Andrine of. 22dib 

Saxony, Dtath of, 17 d 4 9-^18 •4a 

■• — Funeral. 20 3 s 

SchlaRintwett, Dr. Btdil, 81 d 4 tf 

Notice on, 22 d 9 / 



^SOobie. Lady, I7i8d 

— Sergeaht, Adeline 6 d 6 

— Serpette. M. Gitoton. 4 a 4 d^5 a 11 

— 8hR# Ret. W. F., 24 n 6 i 

— Shiels, Hod. W., 20 (f 7 

— Shoolbred, Witlter, 22 « 4 

— Simpson, (^ol. G. G . 14 4 

— SkiifassoTsky, Professor lid 10 
^ SUde, ReT G. P., 24 <^ 4 a 

— Smith, Capt. and Brevet Major Gay dtf 
HerfieZidI o9/ 

Dr. Chas.. 29 </ 8 

J. N., l&nbd 

Smyth. Col. J. H. G. H., 4 a 4 i 
Snow. Gen. T. R.. 14 a 4/ 
Somers. Lady. 13<l 10 
Stacey, G. B., 1 1 8 6 
Staples. Lady, 8 a 6 a 
Slarey. S.U, 2an40 
Steward. C^ol. C. E., iSdie 
Geo. Sir R. C. 16 <f 5 / 

— SUxJk, Canon £. P., 18 u 5/ 

— Stokes, W. U., 16a6 li 

->- Strang ways. Gen. Geo., Sd\2d 

— Strettell, Rot. A. B.. 16 o 6 tf 

— Stendseo, M. 28 o 4 a 

— Syvetoa. M. 10 i 6 <<— 9 << 3 </ 
•« — ( 'ommenU, 16 <t 6 <i— 10 dSb- 
—19 dnd 

Funeral, 12<l 5<^ 
Taylor» Gen. Sir Rich., Id 9/ 

Funeral^ 13 J 9/ 
Temple Re?. G. W., 7 rf 9/ 



17 di $ 



p. G., 34 a 6 d 



37 



Dea 



t^AtkkR^B ikbU ^tO THft tlMBS" tswIPiPEJI. 



I Oct, 1 id 



Tebbs Rev. S. N., 21 did 

Tennant. Major. J. T., la rf 10 c 

ThelluAlon, Taeat-fol; A. D^ ll d 8 t 

thoroai, J. H.. 29 A A 6 

Jia. L.. \io ie 
Thornhill. Tapt. f. B., 8 o 6 ft 
Tliomfoh, Major-Gen. H. J^ 19 o 4 i 
"tolletnache. Lord, 19 d 6 t) 

Funerat 2BdM 
Tnmaon. A. 8., 8 o A ft 
Tbuvelle, W. W.. i4«4/ 
tJtsher, Major-O^n. J. T., 5 o 8 5 
Valpt. R. U.. 90ii7d 
VanpitUrt, Vice- Adnl. R. W., 20 o 8 Is 
Vaudrey, Dr. W. G., H rf 11 « 
Vmoghati- Roderick. Thoa., 2i o 4 a 
Verls. Sir Bt^hen Edi^aid de, 1 1 n 4 d 
- FonenLl. 14 a 4 « 
Vintraa. Dr. Abllille, 10 H 8 & 

Fpneral. 16« 10/ 
Wallim. life Senator M. Hdnri, 14 H 4/ 
1¥ataon. Her. Albert, 22 « 4 6 
^ — FttnerAU 25 n 7/ 

Q. L., 14«l4» 

- FuneriO, 17 it 4 d 

Sir W. J.. 10 6 



Wiltta, H. E., 8 II 6 a 

- W. Jh^SuSc 
Weldoit NiclMlaa. 81 4 4 d 
White, John F., Letter oil. ^2 o 9 / 
Wtlberforoe, Father Bertraod, 17 d 8 a 
WiUHn. Alicia I9<l6/ 
WflliAma, Ret. Eleater, 29 n 6 

Rev. J. \)^ \ dl^e 

Lleut-Geil. 0#eil. 3 o 9 ft 

T. H., 9 a 4 c 
- WiUot. Lady. I5rf5/ 

Wiiigtield-Digby, J. K., 26 tf 7 ^ 

Funeral. 81 d3t 
Wiiden, Lieut. (Jol. T. F., 3 o 9 9 

Funeral 7 o 8 /' 
Wood. Captain C. H., 1 « 6 

R. B.. 13 d 4 ft 

Woodruff, O. U., 8 6 ft 

Wroot. Lieut..(^ol. W. U., 22 li 4 If 

^ — Wyatt. Sir R. H., 6 o 4 ft 
. — Wyllford, Lotdi 31 o 9^ 

Torke. C. J., I o66 

Young, Raifrti, l9d6J 

Tale, Ret. U. W.j 80 a 6 e 

tiefttba fhnn Overlying of Cltildren, Letter ou, 

tsdbe 
Dee Emlfankotieat, 1 o 8 a— 10 o 8/— 12 o 8 ft— 

18 8 a— 24 o 4 a 
Defries (Wolf) an Free Trade id Gont^Aband, 8 

a I6i 
Dea Voiay (H. A.) on London Fog. 27 d 11 tf 

— (Sir Wm.) on Port Arthur, 4 a 7/ 
Deatiiute Childrea*a Dinner Sodety, Letter on, 

26R5tf 
Beitmction of the Avon Banka, Letter on, 3 if 

18 
Betelopment of Motor Traffic, 9 i 10/ 
l>e volution in Ireland, 8 « 6 a 
-— Letters on, ft a 9 a— 7 a 5 li— 9 a 6 ft— 10 

ll6c— II n9a 



t)evoniana in London. 6 if 4 / 

Devonshire (Diike of) on Agriculture mnd Riind 

Hontinir, ^ <{ 1 1 ft 
'— on the Fiscal Controversy, 1 4 a 9 il 
^ — and the Patriotic Fund 29 n 11 e 

on the Bishop Ridding M emoHf 1 9 ef 6 a 

bickens (H. F.) on the Dickens FeUowabip, 18 

tflla 

Ft^Uoil^stiip, Letter on. 13 </ 11 

— Redltal in Aid of, 19 J 8 /" 

Dickson (\V. H.) on the North 8ea dntrnga 31^ 

^o9d 

niggle (J. R.) on London Schools Dinner Asioda- 
tiiMi, ?0 tf 1 5 

Dilke (Sir Cbaa.) and the Advanced Radicals, 
IbolOd 

at PenArth. I«d4/ 

, - on ttie Radical Prograninie 21 o 5/ 

Dillon (H. W.ion Hd»'S (?anal Dues. IS if 14 i 

Disdainieri 3 o 9 f^H a Ifi i 

Disi-overv of a Romnn Amphora, ft o 10 a 

DiseaUblishmentand Religiods Bduciition, Let- 
ter on IHo lea 

Disraeli Family. 20dfi i-21 d 12 d 

Letter on. 2^ d A e 

DIVOBOE OOURT:— 

— Ablott 0. Ablott ind 11411 20 a 2/ 
-^ Airey a. Airey 8 a 3 « 

Atkins V. Atkins and Hillier, 6 o l3o 

— Birch ft. Birch idd Memory. 20 o 2 / 

Bladea v. Blade* and Frogham, II a 13 4— 

12 n 4/- 14 a 12 

— Brooke v. Brooke, 6 13 « 

arid Atkins. 14 a 12 d^i 7 a 10 12 

— Bro#n o. Brown, 20 d 2/ 

Butler ft. Biitler, 20 o 2 / 

Cadell V. Cadell and Barter, 2 4/ 10 ft 

— Carman a. Carman and (^lementa, 9 dZS 

— Chaplin o. Chaplin, I4<l 3 e 
(^hapmad v. Chapnaian, 6 18 

— Cole 0. ('Ofe and Wooller. 6 e 13 a 

— C^ollins V. Collins dnd Poyner, 6 o 18 • 

— Colyer 0. Colyer, 8 a 3 a 

— Conatantinidl o. Co'dstantinidi and Lance. 
89alfti~6il 3e 

— rooper 0. Coopier, 60 18 c 

^^ Cooper- King o. Cooper- King, 25 o 18 ft 
«»«i- (^urtenay a. Coorteriay and HUrlay, 6 a 6 « 

Co< a. Cox and Coa. 20 o 2/ 

-^ Croft V. Croft. 16 tf ft a--17 <f 6 a— 21 d9f 

-^- Ciottord V. Crojtford. 60180 

— » Cnbitt V, Cubbitt and Donaldaon, 6 a 13 tf 

Daniel v. Daniel, 20 6 2/ 

»— Edwarda v, Edwards, 20o2j 
Ellis V. Ellis, 20 2/ 

— Forshaw o. Forshaw, 20 8/ 
-^- Gordon a. (Gordon, 15*8/ 

— Gough V. Goilgh alnd Campbell, 20 2/ 

— Grey a. Grey, 16 a 8/ 

Haggett V. Haggett and PoWell, 25 13 ft' 

— Uenneman o. tienneman, 6 13 

— HiUv. Hill,^o2/ 

«-^-- Hodgea a. HOdgsa and Brattle, 20 o 2/ 

— Jacluion V. Jackson, 20 2/ 

— * Johnston o. Johnston and Caley, 25 4 18 ft^ 

Jones a. Jones and Flight, 20 2/ 

— Laoidowu 0. Lausduwn, 1 a 15 if 



1)60. si, 1904j 



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oiroro% Qourt ieontiniui). 

— I4twet 9. Lawef and Hant, 25 « 8« 

•"'• Lairreoce v. Lawreooe mod tiawrenoe. 22 n 
. 18 a 

Letlievyl^tHe. 26 «l7i 

Levi V. Levi 20 o 2/ 

Lery ». Lery. 20 d8^ 

Lilford-PowTn ». Lilford-Powyi, 2fto 18 » 

Lioe ». Une and Xiine. 20 o 2/ 

-r— I^Ben ». Lo-Ben« 80 ■ 3 /* 

— Hutellpni ». MasteUoni. 8 n 8 e 
Mc NeiU V. Mc Neile. H nl^d . 

— -- MearM 0. Mearof aod Oanby, 9 d 10 a— 10 

dSe^ll^dSo . r\ , , 
Merigaa ». Meriiiran and Batcher, 20 o 2/ 

Ne)i(pin v. fleHgnn^x << H A . 

Payne p. Payne end Bats 20 o 2/ 

Peareon »,. Pearson,. :^» o 5 c , 

— Peew ». Peers and.Qalet, 2Q o S/ 
Perclral v, PerdTal, 20 ©2/ 

_ — P^illipe w.PlvUipe, ^m&2 
. PftUp ». PhUp, 25 18 » 

PiMC ». Piier, $0 o 2jf ■ 

£°'*^' "• Porfe^. 22 1^ 13 a. , , 

Ruahtoa e. Bushtoo and Van iJoorden. 26 

Sedgwick », R^giHc^ an^l Barry. 20 o 2 jT 

-— Smith p. Smith Hoihera and Barnes. ^2 a 

SpirnieU ». Kpurreil. 27 o 18 ^ 

4-^ Squire e. Squire and O'Callaghan, 10 a 13 « 

-— Stope ». Stoiie, 20 o 2/ 

Stn^ngways v. Strang#ayii,.16 « 8 « ^ 

— Sumnen », bumnere Andenon ana Oox, 
20 o 2 jr 

Taylor e. Taylor and Pu Cane, 26 a 1^ d 

- and Shipley, ^o if 
Thomas v. Thomas. 20 ,o 2f. 
Walker o. Wafker. 29 a \6d 
Wataint V. Watktns. 20 oif 
Webb p. Webb. 9 a 8 *, 
White V. V^hite an<) Emery, 1^2 a id « 

- and Qoal4er, 22 a 18 a 
Wil4.i». Wilid. 22 a 13 a 
WUde 0,. Wilder 18 a 4 a , , 
WiUiaips v.. Wil4ama.an4 Collier, 20 e it/ 
Wright V. Wright and Pico. 3d 9 « — 7 d 8/ 

>-ioS 



^obs 



— 8 u d d-9 i 10 0—10 <I 8 i— 14 a 3 ^ 
8a 

Wynn,». Wynn aii4 P«^i»on,^ 2(^ o ?/ 
)bson ( Alfred) on Marriage Law in Viotbria. 
20o9i 

Barry Xiraring, 8 a .14/ 

-^ fineiios Ayres Sonthern. 27 e 12 « , 

— Hebburp-on-Tyne Grating, 14 o 4 § 

Imperial 9 a i2 .a 

'-— > London and India, 4 o .10 

^— Mersey, if/t 6 4— jd d 6/ 

Nffw Gr^?ipg;.19 odd, , 

— r ^hafpI||0S* NfiW. 5 a 14 <I - - / 

— — Sute of Shares in Companies, 9m wry 

4 4<(yyi'«^r 

Pocks aod Wharres, Handling Goods at, 81 o 7 / 

Donald (J. B.) on CompuUory bbeep bi^l^diig, 
4^ 19 a 16 d 
Iktogias (Sir S.) on CEiua; 6 a 7 3 



Do▼^r aod Deal Agricaltoral Associatiuu An- 
pnal Dinner, U a. 9 ( . 

Doweii ( Adm. Sir W.) Freedom of Bideford Con- 
ferred on. 4 a 4 ^ . 

Doyle (Sir A. C.) on the Case of the CutoUm, ii 

» fS * = 
Drapers' Chamber of Trade. 19 .0 6 tf— !7„a 12/ 

DabUii UoiTersity, 4 a 4 0^11 a 8/^24 a 7 if * 

28n6(f^21 <f4A^31 4.4 f , , 

Dnc&ham(A.) on Working Oirls in the Isle of 

Dogs. Irf 14c , , . 

Dudley (Lord) pn* the {Tational Hospital for the 

Paralysed and Epileptic, 6^ 5/. 
Duel between M. Derouiedeaod Mr. Janres. 7 d 

Dpkj9 of Cambqdn Menv>ri^l,i!|a|id. 19 <i 12 d 
Dom-Dum Cetdetiry, L^ter on^ 1 a.2 / 
Dunn (T^ W.j^ on Waterdndii^. V d^/ 
DnnraTen (Lord) on thelrinirEleform Assoda- 

Dupoy (P.) oh the Traoa-Sikietian Bailway; 10 • 

Dnrand (Hir Mortimer) on the St. I^ois Bzhibi- 

tiqn,22<6.» ..... 
Durham Unirersity, 4 e 6 0-2 a 7 d^W a 8/— 

19m 11 <<T-14i»6/«^6 diih, 
Dutch £Us> Indies. Administration of the. 24 a 
.^s---^Aa3i-r26ii7/ . . , 

Duty Free Alcohol fur Indostrial Paxposee, 23 « 

ft/ 
-*— Spirit. 1.4.^ 10s^2l d%f , 

Dwellings of the Pour, 18 o 5 /*21 4 /-28 i 
., lO^'ll.a I0>-I6d 7/ 
Dysart (Lord) on the Cash on DcliTery Systenij 

18e6c 

Earl of Beaconsfleld Memorial Cottage Hospitai, 

^S»/ . . . 1 

Earliest picture of a Cannoq^ Letter on. 19 a 16/ 
BarlsWood Aiylum', Letter on; 1 6 ji 6 1 
Early/nofing in Glasgow, 27i7e 

: 6i Shops, .1 9 d \Qf . 

l^etteron.^Od[^e 
im 
4< 

the Propused Jewish Settlement in, 7 if 



■ . i^eiier on. 2w a q, • » ^ .; \ 
Earthquakes r- in Formosa, 9 a 6 ^ » « 



ill SoiindinaTia, 24 

feist A- * • - 



lusa. V a 6 1 
to4»-25 



o3s 



frica. Anglo-German jProntiers in. 6 b 8 e 



Il/-9rfHc ,. I 

— AnglUn.Society,.22s7i,. ,, . ^ 
Fife Liberal Associativn«.]l|eeti;i^; 1(11 b 10 a 
Linmboth Teachers' Asvociation. Meeting, 1 



a7a 



Londoi). Api^renticing Pand, lO i 10/ 
AMooiation pf fe'riendly Workers among 



the Poor, »j 4^ 1 4 <!.,.. 



C l^iidren's Uospitai,^ 81 d 3 tf 
^^, — ;- Church Fiina, Anniirersary Meeting, 16 

» i.i ...... 

— iind North London, Meeting of the Clerg^ 

oiP..i83f M/. ^ ^ 

Kastjeru Offefings and Income Tto, 17 a 4 e 
i£asterp A ustrs Uan Politics, ^ 4 o 6 a . , . • . . 

— r. Ceiitri^i postal District Telegrapli M6feseii^ 
_gers' iiifUtute, Annnsl -Vieeiipg. 8 a 10/ 
-- .yuipn. of ConserratiTe AModations^ An* 
Meeting 9 a 9 r^. 
ical 



isi|stical Aplwiutments, SM Cu^lOia; 




Eoc 



palmer's OTDBX to ^ TRB TlinS ** VBWSPAPBm. 



[Oot 1 1# 



Echo Doll Show, SdlBg 

Kconomic Retetrch, ff o 12/ 

Kcnador ao'l rolombia, \2n 7 d 

Fdge (8. F.) on the Aocideot to the Dake of 

CoDnaught. 1 7 o 5 a 
Ed^are HUying.Fieldii. 28 n 4 / 
Rdinhnrgh iTniTertity, 27 o 9 0-13 d M d 
EDUOATION : - 

— AgrpemenU for the Combination of Blemeii- 
UryHchooli. 10 J 9/ 

— Apostiet Creed in ElemeDUry Schooli, 19 
dlOs 

Letter on 30 ^ lO ft 

Association of Technical Teachers. 24 e 



110 



12r 



Committees of England and Wales, 8 o 



— Bontnewydd National School. Letter on, 
15 A 1 1 /— 2» o 6 A 

— Chnrch Schools in Glamoiganshire, Letter 
on, 8 o 5 / 

— Commercial, 4 o e a— 18 « 7 6^7 d 12 d^8 
0io e-\SdA d 

— ~ Compalsory Conttnustion Schools, 6 d 9/ 
«— Conferenoe on. 12 a 9 0—21 <I 4 / 

■ ■ on Hhynical, 1 7 a 4 
— » Control of Non- Provided Schools in Wales, 

II o 10 6 
«»-» •^'oanty r*otincU Scholarships, 1 o 10 li 

— CrMft School, I 12 

— Education in Ceylon. 8 o 12 & 
in (^bina. n n ij 

Committee 18 12 

■ of the London i^onnty Council Report, 

4 o 6 dS\ 7 

in the New (^olonies, 24 </ 6 tf 

— — in tbe Orange River Colony, 25 a 4 ft 

of Working Men, 14 a 5/ 
• Evening Coptinoation Schools, Letter on, 6 
%4 
- Feeding of Schpol Children, la 7 a 

Letter on, 9 a 4 li 

— Fnrster School for Physically Defective 
Children Opening of, 19 a 14 

— Ueadmasters' Conference, 28 tf 40 - 24 li 10 

— Hertforddhire ('ommittee, 21 d 12 

— H angry School Children, Letter on, 24 tf 2 
/— 27 d 5 d— 28 d 5 a -29 d \0 9 
-> Si-provided School Children at Bradford, 

16oH)6 

— I^ndon (^ouoty Conncil Progressives and 
Condemned Schools Letter on, 10 n 6 

Senior Cookery Scholarships, 8 11 16 



Committee, 10 4 /— 2d e 8 d«8 a 16 
—I6nl2^— 19iI10/ 

— Men Teachers* Superannuation. 20 <l 10 <^ 
» NatiocMl Union of Teachers. 14 a 4/ 

— New Pupil Teacher System, Letter on, 19 
• bh 

— Bellgloua, l^yb&t% on, 19 9 a>22 e 11 ft— 
2ee3y-la70 

^-» iq SMqudftry Schopls. 18 i 4 ft 
— * of Upper CUtss Children 22 a 6 
-I- BtpfVgfoisation of Liverpool, 1 d^d 

— BhoderSoholarshipek 6080 

— Menee and Art uepartment of the Board 
ol,26al2i 

40 



Education (roitfiaa«<f)* 

School of Art Wood Carvinv. 1 o 12 

■ Attendance Reeords In South Lincola« 
shire. 26 a 7 

Letter on. 80 <l 8 / 
Scotch Department and Oaetic, 28 if 7 
Scottish Educational Changee, 14 o 6 ft 
Secondary Letters on, 4 8 /^22 o 12 

Schools, Letter on. 28 9 
— Teachers' Conference. 29 n 9 a 
Secular Letter on. 27 li 12 
Letter on. 29 if 9/ 



— State Maintenance of Children in Elemen- 
tary Schools. Letter on. 22 i2 8 / 

— Teachers of the London Non-provided 
School 3 7y 

— Registration Council, 22 if 8 a 

— Teaching of English in Schools, Letter on, 
Sif6/ 

— of Oeogcaphy, Letter on, 29 J 6 
of Technology. 4 a 9 ft 



Technical, 1 d » ft 
in London, 14 06^ 



•^ Schools and Training Colleges^ Letter on, 

16 11 12 d 
^^ Training and Registration of Teachers, Let- 
ter on, I80 IO0 

of Teachersin Scotland, 19 a 9/— 6 d 10/ 

— in Surrey, 6 tf 14 if 

Welsh Intermediate. II a 12/ 

Education Act. 12 12 fr->l3o 8 0— 21 d\Qd 

Utters on, 19 d 16 a— 26 d 6 i-29 4 10 

in Wales. 16 o7/-17 8/-19 060— 26« 

11/— 26 06/— 28a9<i— 89o 10 4—2 a 10 « 
— 8n8ii— 4a6a -6a 11/— 14 a6/- 18 a 12 
ft- 23 a 4 /— 24 a 9 0-26 a 8 0-8 if 12 0—9 

d^J 
^— Letters on. 6 a 9 if —8 11 8 ft— 9 11 12a— 

12 a 9 li— 16 a 7 ft-22 n 8 6—24 a 7 a- 28 a 

IO0— 80a8ii-l</8 5 
Edwards (Prank) on the Education Act in 

Wales, 9 a 12 a 
Egerton of latton (Lord) on the Royal Agricul- 
tural Society, 1 a 4 if 
d*i£gville (Howard) on the (}(^nies and Imperial 

Defence, 26 d 9 
ECIYPT: — 
Assuan Dam and Temples of Phila, Letter 

on, 26 fi 16 ft 

Budget, 2rt a 3 (f 

Nile Dam, Letters on, 4 a 9 d -1 7 a 2 /* 

— i- Khedive and the King's Birthday, 9 a 6 ft 

- Recent Discoveries in, 24 11 14 d 

-^ Surrender of a Sudan Usurper, 21 a 6 ft-« 

28 11 3 

Winter Travelling , 16 12 d 

Egypt iJ^zploratioQ Fund. Meeting. 12 a 16 a— 17 

a 2/ 
Egyptian Notes, Letters on, 1 4 c— 8 12 6— 

14 9 if— 18 9 d— -1^8 o 6 /— 4 a 9 (f — 22 a 6 II 

—7 d 16 a— 14 d 16 </— 24 if 12 a 
Electioneering, Umergency, 22 11 6 a 
BLEOTIONS]- 

Aberdeen. North, 8060 

— » Angieeey, I if 9 

»— Antrim, Eutern Division, 21060 
— M Betfaet, Western Divisioo, 20 06 • 






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£ieotioii8 (antintied), 

— Birkenbetul, I n 6 

Bristol West, 606 d-^H 080 

Buryg 24 J 4 

CambridgBshira, Newmarket Dirision. 2 d 

4 li— 30 d» a 
^- Cambridge Uoiversity, 26 n 8 d-^dO 11 6 6— 

Cardiflf. 26 a 8 rf— 13 rf 10 / 

-^ Cbeshire Eddisbarj DiTuion, 9 J 6 tf 
-^ City, 26 a 8 |{ 

Colchester, 12 e 8 & 

Coventry, II a 4 tf — 26 a 8 <^ 

-^-^ Cruydoo,- 24 o 6 0—28 o 6 e 
— - Deptford, 26 a 8 <i 
-^Derby, 20<i5/ 

-— DeTODshire/Toftaes IHvisioii, 14 8 • 

— Dorset, Northern Division, 22 6 6^26 8 
,d'^27dS • 

— Down. Western Division, 18 a 6/ 
<-^ Dandee. 16 a 9 

— » Durham Jarrow Division, 12 o 8 ^ 

Essex. Harwich Division, 29a6il— 1 <tf 9 

—6 a 6/ 

Walthamstowa Diviabn, 17 a 80 
— Flinuhire, 13 r- 6 d— 24 060 
-^ Glasgow and Aberd«en Universities. 8060 
—10 6 />— 12 8 »— 14 8 0—16 o 10|{— 9 a 
10 0-*lO d 12/ 

Greenwich, 806 0-8 d 6/^6 deb 
Hammersmith. 16 a 9 
Unll. Ifiastbrn Division 20 o 6 
Kent,.Iileof Thauet Division. I 0IO &— 8 
9c--4 o9ii— 5o »0— Ho5i—7oo<{— 8060 
—10 6 a— 11 o 8 0^14 o 8 0«2Oo 6 

Letters on 3 9 tf- 4o9 tf— 6 e 6 d^7 o 
6* 
«— Comments on, 1 1 8 a 
-^ KUdare Nortli liivision. 12 il 7 

Lambeth Brixton Division, 12 if 7 0-13 d 

10/— 20rf6/ 

— Lanark, Uovan Division, 13 5 6 

—^ Lancashire, N. fi.. Aocriagton Division, 31 

IO0 
. » 8. B., Heywood Division^ 14 o 8 
^— Midilleton Division, 19 o 8 

— LasoHster, 21 5 e 
«— Leeds, ^outh^ 29 n 6 </ 

•— — London University, \i d 10 d 

— — Londonderry, North Division, 2 a 10/— 5 
ai2a~i2«>14 d~19 a » /~21 a 10/—28 ti 
60 

■ Letters 00. 21 a 10 /— 22 a 8 b^SO n\Od 

«-*— Middlei*ex. Ealing Division. Id9e 

^— ^ Harrow Division. 31 lO 
■ Tottenliam Division. 3 9 d 

~- Monmouthshire. Western Division. 3od d 
— 11O30-.12 OS d— 14 8 0'-ldo 10<<— 18 
o b 0—21 o 6 0— 22o 6 6—24 6 0—26 9 0~ 
26 7 a— 27 9 «~28 6 0-29 o 13 6^31 o 
10 0— 1 n6d -2 a 10/— 3 n^d^Anid 
' Letters on, 5 n «/— d a 14/ 

-^— Montgumeryshire, 18 a 6/ 

— NewingtoB West Division, 16 d 8/ 
Nurih Derry. Letter on 23 a 4 0—24 a 7 e 
Northampton, Mid Division, 14 n %'d 
NorthumberUnd, Tynetide, 29 11 6 4 




Eleotiona (oantinued), 

Nottingham, West Division 27 e 9 / 

Paddington. North, 14 </ 10 <i-24 d^h 

Paisley, 29 </ 

— Penryn and Falmonth. 18 o 8 e 
— — Portsmouth, \i d 5 d 

— St George's, Hanover Square, 18 o 5 & 
Scarborough, 81 10 0—1 a 6 

^— Somerset, l£astern Division. 36 o 7 6 
— — Sottthwark, West Divuion, 31 4 4 6 
— ^ Staffordshire. Lichfleld Divisi.Mi. 12 a 14 </ 

Stalybridge, 29 a »i tf >3«) a 6 6-6^/66-7 

<il0tf-l3 li 10/— 14</I0(i-IH jtf/-17(/ 
12 a-19 d 7 a-28 d 4 <i-30 d 8 '< 
■ Letter on, 23 li 10 / 

— » Surrey. Chertsey Division \3 d \0 f 
— • Sussex, Horsham Division, 1 1 o 8 —15 o 
10<^— 16 08 0—19 08 0— 2«» 060-21 o6<» — 
22066— 26 9 0—260 7 6 — i8od<-3i 10 
c— 4ii4ii— 6 a l2a-7 n Sd-6 n II ct— 9 « 
10 0—10 a 3/-I I a 4 12 a 14 i— 14 nHd 
— — - Lewes Division, 22 o 6 *» 

Tower Hamlets, vlUe End. 10 d 12/— 1-^ d 

10/-Hi d8/-l7 d 12 'J -1« d7 a 20 i .. / 
—21 d 6/-22 d 4 ^-23 d 4/-24 d 4 0— i8 
44 «— 29<{8 0— 30 8a-3i d^b 
Tyrone, li^ast, 3 a 4 4 

— Wandsworth 14o 60 

^— Warwickshire, Northern Division, 60 > d 

— I4ii8^ 
^— Westmorlands. Appleby Division 26 n 9 f 

—26 « 8 •'-* 29 a 6 0— 7 <i 10 s— 12 d 1 0—15 d 

6 f — 23 d\f 
— • WorotfStershire. Droitwich Division, 17 8 ^ 

— Yorkshire, ICast Riding, Howdenshire Divi% 
Mon, 6 08 0—19 8< 

— — West Biding, Osgoldcross Division, 1 n 6 

~0 a 1 1 
Electoral Anomalies and ^tedistribution, 26 o 5 a 

~z7 oil/ 
Electric Traction ind Snow, Letter 00 2 d 6/ 
fiLJSOTEIQ LiaflT 00JCPANIE3:- 

— Aron, i it i c 

-^^ British «Vei»tiugh miie, 2(i a 13 0-7 'Z 16 a 

— Edison and Swan United, 11 13 6 — t6e 
120 

— ^ Kosario, 8 a 14 

-^ South i^ondoii, '20 13 J 

Elementary i£dacation (i>efective an I 3pilei>liQ 

Children; Act. loH9, i9 a 9/ 
Elliot ^U. H.y on AgiiouUural Depression, I2i> 

60 
Elliott rSir Chas.) on Lond >ii Progres«ive« and 

Condemned Schools, M n 16/ 
Ellis ^A. ti.^on the .^hiuI of a Nation, 1> d{ 4 / 

— (Eilwin) on the teoyal Agiiuuliuriil Society^ 
3 o li 

Embankment Eoadwuy. Letter on. 26 a 16 

fiaaa AAXION -. — 

to v;auAda, :3o \A 0-28 o 4 0— 1 d 7<— 9 

d^d 
— <-> to the Colonies 1 1 1 ^ 

— from the lUst iCnd o i 14 <^— 6 d%f 

— German. 9 a rf a 

— of Poor Law Children, Lettorf OQ, 16 i li 
/— 24 << 10 -29 d 9 0— dOVJ 9 a 

— of Russian Jews, ild^k 

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i^migrttioB {rontinuBd), 
- of Sute Childieo, 18 o 13 

Kmigratiba Schea&e for Poor Law Children, 8 d 

* I3a-«rf IOa-IO<riO/ 

Empire Day,2l o 7/— 3 Mi </~8<< 11/— Utf 9# 

— 'and the Sohooli, 8^120 ' ' 

Emplbyers of Laboar and bfilitaiy Training, 9 

' nJe 

Employmeot of Ohildren, 18 5 « 

— . Rural District, 25 8 

-^ SbMage bf , 30 i 6 a ' 

England and her Defences, Letter on, 19 e 10 

I— FMch reeling Towards, e'dba 

. — the Ki^ Of *Fdrtagal*s Visit to. 22 o 10 »— 
26 08 d^^ ti 4 0^l2^n 11 /-14 n 4 ft^l5 n 
10 a^l6 a ft) a— 17 n 7i— 18 a 10 a—19 n 11 
/— 21 n 9/— ^2 II 8 ^—28 n 7jr-26 a 8 a-2 
d 8 0-^4 9 0-^6 47 ik— 7 d 6 a— 8 4 6 tf -9 <f 
7 0—10 d Id ft-lfftf e a * ^^ * ^ 



■ l^ommeots oh, 1^ a 6 4 
English Church Union/i^o 4 e 
i^ Fundsl fM ktehdagh pop 
*&vermnei|t''5emirities ^^tute of, Shane 

— * 0(n 'wrelllYade, the Positfen of the. Let- 



I • \ u\' , y* 



teron. II ^ i<> 
«— Helpers' Union. Annual Meeting, 28 11 7 s 
^. HoMpiul ill Ronie, 16 <^ 12/ ' ' ^i ^ 
ISnteric Fever, Letters on.62l6i— lOtfl^/ 
Ebtertainments to Workmen, 16 tf id 6 ' * ' 
Epitcoj^ (Church in America. 3i 14 i 
Epping Foreiit 6 VI 9 / ■• > 

Hollow Pond in. l5dUd 

Erlanger & Co., on 'I'urkifh Fihance. ddH b 
kinH(Loni) <m the Irish Distressed Ladief' 
Fund. 16 a 8 ft * ' ' • • - » • ^ 

Espiiranta, 15o 10/ 
EsUte Market, 10 d 10/ 
Ethologioal Society, 5i> Bd 
Eton, St. Aniliew*s Dsy at. 1 <i 6/ 
i— iyttniy of 2d6dern Languages at, \^d9 f 
— Colleg«.'24 tf 10 ft K ^ « * 

Eu«ton KbKd Widening, 24 n \'i d 
ETangelioiii Union, Annual Conferenoe. 608ft 
ETAoi ( Dr.) bn bis Work at Knoito*', 2 a 12 a ' 
'— (U. M.)untlieWhitttCroesLei|goe,6o6ft 
— * (JSltcbda. Owen) 6n the EduCatiun Act in 
Wale4;»6w7 ft • ' ' 

— ^ MCKichardson) on the liesiraint of Adver- 
tising Trespass. Id 6/ 
.— (W.^S.) on Imperial Organiaatioo. 29 a 8/ 
£TaDS-<!S^or«iuu (MHJor W.) On the Aliens Ques^ 
' tion, iiti lb/— 21 1/ 1»« ' ■ ' ' T 

on tbe Ariby i 'uiincil. 16 6/ 
ETans^Jackson'ii i o.. on Trade Marks in China, 
* 20o4*k .... 

Events of the Day «f« eo ry day's paper 
Sverard (N:' T.; 011 i >eTola(lou in Ireland, 9 a 6 ft 
Etbreu'(Jas.)unTAS4iv«» Resistance, 16 il 11 ft 
KaohanKe, iJourie of, mc tvtry day'g paper 
EXBOUTIONb :— ' * 

«-— burnett, J. T^ Respited, 9 d 6 ft 
^- HalU Ifidmund. 2i ci 0/ 
.^. Huffman, Wm.« Uexpited, 2%d%f 
->— Holmes, A. J.. Reprieved, 23 a 7 « 
v.^ Jeffries, Arthur, 2» i 6 
mJL^ LaDge, Eric, 22 d 10 << 
42 



Bxemi^knia (0oa<tiMed). 

^^ M^ Allkn, Reprieved, 18 d 9/ 

-* Potten, Jos., 14 li 13 • 

— Wade. Chas., 14 tf. 13 « 
Exhibition of t^lheap Cottages, 10 i 6 ft 
' — ' of Garden OmAmenti, 18 8 ft 

— of Sek Fishilig Tackle. 13 e 4 e 
If^osives as Refuse. 8 a 12 d' 

Exports, Letters on, 8 tf 10 ft-6 </ 11 if*9 i 6 tf 
— 10 tf 10 0--I8 d 2 •:- 14 itf U a 

F. 

|!aber (Geo.) on Lord Hobhonse and the JfudSoi- 

' al Coraltiitt€te. 9 * 10/ • ' 

Factory Qi>ls' Coontty Holiday Fond, 10 12 /. 
^t5 dlbd ' 

— . Helpers' Union, 6 d 10 « 

»- and Workshop Act, 4 6 8 tf-3 d 12 tf 

1901, 22 d 10/ 

Fagg ( Mrs. Geo.) on Hopefontein Reliaf Camp, 

' 11 a 2 a 

Fairchild (Canon John) on the Bdnoatkm Act 
in Wales, 12 k 9 tf-16 a 7 ft-^30 a 8 4 

Fa^ Play for the Free Chdrch of Sootland, Let- 
ter ori. 10 a 9 'e 

False Impritonment on a Large Scale, Letter on, 

8d4c . . ' : . 

S!adafliarity Breeds Contempts Letters on, 14 e 6 

/— 17 13/ ' 
Far East, Germany and Japan In the, 24 a 6 ft 
t'llrmers! Club. Annual Meeting. 6 d9/ 
i-^ and the (Antral and Asedoiated Chambers 

of Agriculture, AnnuU Dinner. 7 d \\\ § 
Farrant (Sir Rich.) on Shelters and PbUanthiupie 
'' Lodginghottssa. 6 a 9 --lO li'io o 
Farrow (Tboe.) on the Needham Penny Bank 

Failure.' 28 a 6 s -2 « lU e 
FasUiooable Intelligenoe,sss soeft r'ay'e ^Mfsr 

' atUr C6I7BT CUOULAB 

Federation' of Engineering and Shipbnikling 

' Trade tfnions, 29 16 a 

Fell (R. L.) on Evioaon at Watergrase Hill. 20 

• ft 4/ 

Female .Mission. 4 a 9/ 

Ferguson (Muqto) at' Leith. 21 d 4/ 

Fergusson (i)oi: J. A.) on the Uoensiug Act and 

After, 8 a3/ 
— * (Sir J as.; in Manchester. 8 d 6 a 
Ferro (G. y. dal) on Roman Catholics in China 

806ft ' . , 

Field Lane Ragged Schools and Befuges, Letter* 

oh, 2« a 4/ 
Filipowiet (T.) on the Disturbancee at Warsaw, 

28*2/ 
Finaucisi Reform Association, Annual Meeting, 

\6ob§ ' ' ■ 

Findun (B. W.) on the Leeds Oonduciortfhip 

31 a 2 s 
FINlilA&TS 

— Mr. Abbey's Coronation Picture, 27 e 18 a 
— 14n 70 * ' 

Art Sales. 17 a 8/^19 a 8/-26 a 6/— 26 

a 9 i-i-30 a)» ft-2 d 9/-3 d 8 s-3 d 14 ft— 9 
d 4 e-i'2 d 12 e^l3 d 6 /-19 d 6 d- 19 a 16* 
d^2dd8d 

^r^ Eihibiiton of Paiatings at Brighton, 4 e 8 a 
of the Ute G. F. WatU* Works, 8 a id/ 



Pec- 31,, 199^] ^4LM*R'ii WDE^j TO/* rgj tiiim, •'. K^^flPAff* 



K«^ 



fliM Arte (MmltniM/i). 

<« — Kxhibitiuhs, 5 o 2'/*15 « tf/— 17 o ft a -26 

rf 4/ 

— QraftoQ OftUeriet, 17 tf 12 d 

GaiMliMll Art Uilllerj. 20 o 9 a'^\A d 16/ 

«— - Laxembourg and Britiih PIctaret, Litter 

' on. 17n»« 

_ Nmioniil Gallery. 30 d 4/ 

^ of tiritiih Art. 21 d 7 / 

Portrait GmlWry; Theft from the, 17 qSd 
New Art Gallery at Nkswcastle. i% o 6 d ' 

KDtfluh Art Club Exhibition, 15 a 4 

Engravingi, 7 did ' 
.— Old Pictnree at Meaers. Agnew'a, 8 a 15 a 
i^— Paris AutaujB Salon, 16 ot-/ 
— ^ Roetetti 4nd Butne-Jbnea Drawings, 15 o 
• 7 # 

-^ Royal Society of Painters in Water Col- 
ours I4a6ii 

— Society of Portrait Painters, 10 11 1 1 « 
*— Watu fizhibicioB at BurUngtun Hoose, 31 

— d lUa 

. Whitechspel Art Gallery, 21 11 6 </ 

Tinlaiid, 1 o 5 i< — lU M 3 «— d 6 6*26 tf 3 — 

Kttssification of, 17^7 6 

Finsteraarhom. Ascent of the, 26 ef 4 

Vire brigades' Comotftitioo, Anooal. 13 d Hf 
i^— Prutection in the City, 21 4 4 A 

— ^ution, New Kmst End, 14 6 

btatiouB, Openiug New, 1 1 a 4 & * 

FIAE8:— . 

^ — near Barnsley, 27 ^ 8 « 

— in Battersea. 21 n 9 e 
^-» at Bermoodsey, lu n 8 6 
.^•^ in Bethnal areen, 26 <^ 8 5 

— at Bow Commou, Katal, 12 if 8 tf 

iu BruiMls, 7 a 4 6 * ' 

.ii.— . at Borniey, Fatal, 22 o 9/— 24 o 8y 
^— at Cambttslaug. 10 4 4 

— in Chelsea, i» 4/ 
Letters on, 21 d 6—26 a 4 i 

iu tbei;ity,31 o lO/— 21 a 9 0-^13 ^8 a 
Official Report, 14 4 s 
^:— in Cornwall, i 6 6/-l'4 li 7 $ 

in Derby,' 17 cr 7^ 

«— at OunraTen Castle, i\) i d 

— at Karnham, 26 d 6 b 

.' -. at Vnlham. 17 7y ~7 n9d 

^^ in Glai^gow; lOo 4 (/—21 a » e^26 n liy 

i— * iu dackney, 2* d8 fr'^26 dS ' ' * 

— at daoiey. 26 if 8 6 

^ — at Uebbarn-un-Tyne, 26 if 8 6 
^ — indolooru. 2i 'a d-'e' 

— at iiuUoway, *li d6b 
— . at dornsey Hise, 29 li' 6 
.= — in audaersfleld. 1 1 e 7 / 

— . in Keuningion Hoad, ' 10 a 8 6 
_ at King's Lyon, 14 a 7 s ' ' ' 
— . at Lambeth, 27 d 9 if ' ' 
FauO. An 6 

in Liverpool, 22 a 4/ 

In Mancbevter, 4 4 o— 26 nil/ 

at Midulesbroiigh, 24 8^ ' 

in MUe i!.ud Buiui, 21 i 8 6 

at Jiiuneapolis, Great and Fatal, 16 i 5 



Fize^ {eoniiiwed), 

"- 111 New Toric, 29 8 a 
at Newcasile-on-Tyne, 26 n 11/ 

— at North Kensington. KatAl,'.HO d 5b 

in Northumberland, 19 o 4/ 

— at Netting aill, Fatal, 2^ d d d 

— in Old Kent Road, 2d'o 7 d * * 

at Padcroft. Tiewsley, 28 6 a^81 7f, 

_- a't Paddington; Katal^ I4 a 7 e/ ' ' 

— in Pinihcu. 16 10 s 

in PentOnrille P^riHon, 21 o 4 a 

i<ear Petersfield FMtnl 24 a 11 e 

at dt. JuhnViTood, Fatal. 2l a 9 s 

— at ^t. Pancras. Fatdll, 30 9 a 
-^ id* 8taffordshire^ ^6 a 11/ ' 
a\ Sulkies. 26' «' 1 1 y 

— — ntoar atamfon( Lord Lindsay's Mansion. 

21 08^ • • " • 

— - at 8unbury*oo-ThamdS. 7 <f 6 s 
— '— i^ear Warminster. \<*d6j 

in' the West India Oucks^ 21 a 80 

at (Vest Kensington. 2^ 3 6 ' 

Fatal. 106/ 

-«^ \i Wb^ross Street. 81 o 10 A 

— - lit Woblwich. 16 a 10/ ' ^ 

First %\Jt Centuries, LetteV on, 10 a 9 tf 

Fi4ea) BlUe tfbok, Letters 'on. 12 9 a-1-15 12. 

f-2604a • - 

— - Policy, tm 9aeh da^*M pop«r^ 
^-~ Problem.. Letted on,' .iOa 6 b 

Policy and the Farmer, Letter on, 22 6/^ 

«*- Questions, borne. Letter on, 24 a 6 a ' 
Fiih, :S«isure of Oiaeased, 1 1 7/ 
Fi»her (Uayee) at Fulham, i8 a 4 6 
FiSHJSklfiS :^ 
Crayfish in the Thames Valley, Letters on« 

ldl4«l-8"d 15 ' ' • • ^ ^ 

*— UUndee ^hale. 1 1 o 9 a 
— - Fish tox tbeThnmes. 8 a 16 0—28 a 4 

Li^rge i.liuti Killed*by an Otter, Hd^lSd 

Pifte Affected by Tumour. 16 a 12 

Keappearauce of Crayfish in the Thames 

Valley, Lette> on, 28 a 9 a ' 
— ^ tiootcii Fisheries, 2d A d 
Fishmongers' v'oiup'iny. Dinner, 9 4 4/ 
'■^-^ Lnnuheon, 2i o'J a 
Fits Qeratd (^ViCe- Adm. C. C. P.) on Flugging in 

the Navy, 17 o 6 rf ^' ' 

Fits Simmons. ( W.) on Children's Coorts. 17 e 

• 180 • 

FiUgerald and the Uimet, 22 a 7 s 
Fletcher (SMirajf 00 lAfantile .vlortality. 16 a 16 . 
Flowers in late' Autumii, Letter on.* 26 a 18 ^ 
- — in Torkshire, Letter on. ^^ a 4 // 
Fog, LetCer on, ^8 dS* 
Forbes ( I'rof. OeOf^oii the Nile Dam. ( a 9 if 
«: — on the Philae Temples, loll/* 
Fordham \AO*^on IVade Marks in L:hina 26 e 

13 2f 

— and Sons, on Hush Money, 24 <f 1 if 
Foreign Commercial Xnteiligeuce, 9€e every day*9 

\ — ^ Consuls and the Lord Mayor, 17 d 7/ 

— GoTerAment Securities, State of Sharos in^ 
sss every day*$ paper ^' 

-r Press Associauon, Dinner. 21 a 10 a 
<»^ Btoch Exchange, sss evsry da^e paper» 

43 



fox 



PAUIBR-S IllDlfiJ( TO ^ THB TIMBS ^ VBWtPAFBB« 



[Oot. 1 i^ 



Forgers, Arrait of Sapppsed, ^\ d i fi 

i'orrest (Q. W.) on the Ute Sir tieary Horu^a, 

81o4d 
Fortter (M. \Y.) at Beckenlmm, I4 ^f 10 4 
fowler (Sir He^rJ) at Warwick. 9 4 & « 

— at Wolyerhiimpton, da7/^l(k«7« 
IlLAKOE :— 

and Americi^ 19 a 7 /" 

— — Gen. Andre. Ami^uU on, Ift « 5 « 

<— ' the ChargeaagHiiitt, on? #— >7 • 4 a— 8 

« 6 #—9 a 6 a 

<— » He•lg^allua of. 1<> a 6 # 

— Arm; • I a 6 // 

^i" AduL fiienaiiAe and the I^i^tioiiaUata, 2^ d 

Sd 
- — M. Leon Boitrg^oif on Deoo^pcracy, 14 4 6/ 
V— Britisl^ Cl\amber of Comm^roe in Par^, 

Letter on, 2b o tf • 
^; — Case of M. SjTeton, 19 4 6 4—28 d 3.4— ^iH 

4 S/-28K8/ 
^— and the Cfa^na Miisions, 8o6&— 9a6>, 

— and the Chriatians iu the K^^i, 2(in7 c 
e— I'hurch and 8tate in. 1 o 6 0—4 o d • *24 o 

8#-26o6/— la6^— 11 a 3 6— l;t a 7 4—22 

a 8 0-26 M 8 e^-29 n 5 a— tfu n 6 d— 8 4 7^— 

20 4 6 4-28 tf 3/ 

Letter on, 8(1 4 12/ 
M. Clei)9|Bnoeau on Delation, Bd6/ 
Princeet Loiiice of Oobi\rg. tf o 4 a 
M. i^on^bea and French OQciali, 22 it 3. cl 
Delation In, 29 4 8 6 
M. Delcatte on the Agreement. 1 1 a 8 6 
on ifrenQh Foreign Fulicy, 28 it 8 # 

i^ M. Deroalede Challengjad b/ M. J^nrett 2 

4 3/— »tf tf 0— 7<i60 

-1 Dittreiain. 1 4 6/ 

— DreyfotCaie, 10o8e— 26o6/— ^7o8i/- 
8a6 « 

— M. Caru^ut Dnran, 6 4 6 

— Baron d'l£atournellefl. de Coustapt. Letter 
on, 16 n 8/ 

— M. Etienn« oo Anglo-Crouch B^laUpnt, 24 
no • 

— Anglo- Rasiian ReUtiont, 18 ii6 6 
>^ Field Hi^t Flague in. Letter on, 16 4 14 tr 
-— M. Auaiole ifranoa on Church, and, btate, 

284 2 d 
-^ — France's S|)eech, 29 n 6 <f 

— FreemasQpry and i'oli^cs in, 2i a 6/ 

— French Chamber and DeUtion. 9 4 8 4—10 
4 6 c— 24 4 » / 

i— — Cb%pibers, 18 o 3 /— 18 o 8 /— 2 48 0^ 
29 48^ 

Foreign Pollcj, 16 a 4 a 
Cummenu un, 27 r/ 8 4 



Government and M. firuiietiere, 19 4.4 4 

Income iaz Bill, 1,4 d 6 6 

' eicheii|«». 28 a 4 a— 29 a 4 0—29 a. 6 Q— 



80a6 4 

I Minister of War Cbfirgei against, tli^ 29 

o 8 a-*3i b t — 2 a 6 • 

Ministrj, 12 4 6 4 

Protectorate of thp Eastern. dinptiMia, 6 
dbh 

-^ and Germany. 23 n 8 a 
! — M. Banutaox on the Bedistribiuioa o(Ui^ 
^ritlih Fleeti Letter on, %i 49 4. 



fmaost (0on|iaMff4)« 

M. Maroel Haberfk Halam, 19 4 ^ 6 

Fiither Hyacinth on the Pope and the 

Kaiser, 4 a 8 4 

— M. Jaoves on Gen, Andre^ I a 6 # 
on (^cuint von Balow. 21 4 8 e 

^ CapiT. Klado. 22 4 8 4 

— Labour Trooblea at French A r seea l s, 26 » 
8« 

--* PretideDt Loabes on Woanded War Honea, 
Letter on. iZ n 8/ 

CAil Marehiind, 134 6 4-14 4 6/ 

M. MeUnt* oo the " Amerioaa Peril.'^e a 8/ 

I . on the Cotton ProbleoL 2& a SL ^ 

Ministry. 26 a 8 e 

-«^ lUonuioent to Gavaml, 6 4 &« 
and Morocco. 16a6a-lft46s— ^B^ate- 
ii 8 0-29 4He-.8O4&0 
MuwoipaUty uf P^ris, t8 a &/ 

— Napoleon's liai. 7 o 8 • 

-«- Navy. 6 o 8 #^-8 o 8 /-•24 a 6/— 30 a 6 4i 
^-^ and the Nesr Hebrides, 10 4 6 a 

— M. KiiiileQUiTierandtliePope»6oa«— 11 
0.8 4 

«--l and the Pep«sy, 19 « 16 6 

Pans AutumbOe Bzhibitloo, 104 6.6 

Munidpiil ^ounciL 8 a, 6/ 

School Bo/s and Joan of Abo» 28 a 4 e 

— Abp. of Paris and PapM Titles^ 8U tf 8 c 
ParUsmeutary Divisioos, i a 8/ 

— M. Petletan at Boulogne, 88 a 4 a 
— » Polittoal Vlethpila m, 28 • 8 « 

■ ^itua|^oI^ 8 4 7a 
Politics. 8 o 6 4—20 a 8 4 

Pope and the Right of Eydoflioii, 28 4 3./ 

— - Kinn of Ponvgal in. 12 4 6/— 18 4 7 4 

— Kailsray Robbery in. » o 3 s 

tieform of the Cbiis HtpoUon. 2 4 8/ 

^-^ Reurganiaa* iun uf the iSntish. Navy. 1 8 4 7 e 

— ScandinaTiMn Paniaavfiifary Delegation lA 
Paris. 28 a 7^-»29n6 

— and Siam. i8 <i 6 s- li 4 6 s - 3.i 

diiuation ip, 17 a ny— is a 6 4 

Nnd dpain, 4odS'6a8s 

.. and MoBooco. o o 6k0 

exr President dteyn, 10 o.4 a 

bugar Dmies, 1 7 ii 4 a 

*-B> ai.d Turkey. 2t« a 4 # 

and the VaUoan,. 22 o.6 4— 26 o 8/— 2 a 6. 

4— 9u 8 4 
— i^ M. Waldeck-Roossean'a Postkuimm's Pa- 

^rs, 18 080 

'io\]f^ AAuiversarj^ 808/ 

Franco German Frontier, 13^o 4 a 

— Reunions, 18 4^4 
Fr«pcoUi«lian Uarusony. 18 a 6/ 
France- Spanish Agreement, lu 3,0 

|fr«e Meals for Chiiaaen, Le.tt«n on, 1 8 a— it 

olOd— 17e 12 6—22 06 
Bhelters for the Houseless Poor, Letter os^ 

24 4 116 4 
— ^ Trade in Conti»baod« Letter en, 8 a 16 
Fteeinan (G, 8. 00 Free Meals fiMr GbUdmo^ 

Uo 100— 22 e 30 
Fri^mantle ( Adm. E. B.) on the Naval EaStm^^ 

tion at JUrl's Court in 1906, 10 4 7 e 
on tli^ North, dee Utttraf^ a^e.K 



(f 8^0 



Dec. 81. 1904.] 



rALMKB^S l»t)&l TO^'tttk ttlUB*^ NtWSPAPBR* 



cki 



^remtntle r Major the Hoii. T. F.) oo the New 

Short Bllle. »2 <f 9 o 
Fresbdeld (D. W.) on Geographical Ednoation, 

S8 n in tf 

on QeoirAplij And EdaCation. 3 if 5 a 

Freshwater Bay. Sea Broeion at, HdAf 

Friedenhelm Hospital, 28 n 4/ 

Friendly Sodptiee 20 oii^Md 16«— l7£f6/ 

and the Young. Letter on^ 21 li 10 a 

Friends of Jewinb Freedom, Meeting. 7 li 1 1 / 
Fmit and (^old Storage, letter on 1 • 3 i 

— ^ Industry. Depaftmental Committee on, 39 

a 14/ 
Fruiterers* Company, Dinner 12 o 5 •% 
Fry (Sir Edw.) on Commercial Morality^ 3 d 6/ 
Fryer (Sir Frederic) on Burma. 9 d 6d 
FiilhT(A. T.)on Baakruptcy Lair 24 d2f 
— ^ (John) on Mr. Chamberlain and Agrical- 

ture. 4 o 4 s^7 o 9 a— 8 o 11 i 
Furniture Trades' BeneTolent Association, 8 e 7/ 
Furs, Misnaming of, 6 if 10 i 

- Noteson. 5o9^^7o9 0-«>11 o3^-18o9^ 
Fyfe(H. H.) on Public Interest in the Drama, 

HdAf 

Q. 
Galbraith (A. S.) on the Hen that Laid the Eggs. 

24 d 10 i 
Oalsworlfa (Sir B.) and Municipal Traifing, 98 § 

ha 
Qalton (Francis) on Lord Northbrook and the 

Barings, I7ii6 6 
Oambia, the FunitlTe Expedition in the, 22 a d • 
Gamekeeper Kittt^ by Foadien, 28 a 4/ 
Cant (Major F. C.) on Speed of Stage Coaches, 

8oll a 
Garden City Association, 18060 
Gatratt (Canon tiamuel; 00 FeaMon Earth, 28 

d2d 
ftAS:-* 
— . Colonial Asaodatton. 23 IS/— 2 a 13 if 

Ck>ntfaiental Union. 14 if 17 if 

Imperial Conttoentsl Association, 9 a 18 tf 

-^ Orietaal Company, 8 • 14/-'17 a 136 

— — Power^GasOorporatton, 8 if 14 If 

-^ South Metropolitan, 96 if 6 « 

— — State of Shales tn Companies, am gaek 

day's paper 
Geake. (Chas.,) on the FoHtloal 'Apathy, 28 if 6 if 
General Election, Preparation for the, 14 08s 

andtfaePostOfflDe,28<f8> 

— - Medical (Smrafeil. 28 a 18 0—24 a I2#->J-26 a 

17/— 28a 12 6— 29 a 14/— 80 n8« 
Gentlewomen's Self Help Society, Letter on, 91 

• 8 6 
Genuine East London Distress, Letter on, 3 i 6 4 
OragraphiQal Education, Letter on, 28 a 10 i 
Geography and BdnoatioDb Lettera on, 3 il 6 a— 

16i<7 a 

and Empire, Letter on,' 6 tf 16 # 

of the Empira, 24 a 12 6^ 

and War, 19 « 6 a 

: ■ ■ Lettera on, %'d a 10 6—94 n 12 #—90 « 80 

-^24 4 9 6 
German Gymnastic SodeCy, 7 il 9 if 

Colonial Administratfon. 99 a 4 d 

.— — Commeicial Treaties^ 10 o 8 a— 7 a 4 6—14 

»3/-I6a6 0'-^ 4 3/ 



Gertttatt Cobniea 26 li 4 6 

— Movement for the Protection of Historical 
Cities, Letter on. I a 2/ 

— Jiew (j^oinea the Massacre in, 11 3/ 

Society of Naval ArchitecU. \S ni f 

-^ Sottth West Africa, see emrif day*i paper 
-5^ Trade, the Condition of. 21 o 12 e 

Views of Anglo- Russian Rdations, 30 ft 6 d 

G^RMAlft:— 

— and America and Arbitration. 7 n 3/ 

Armji 24 o4 ft— 81 6 0—7 «40 

s- Bill New. 29 a 5 o-l tf 5 « 

and Navy Schemes, 8 a 5/ 

Art Trade Schools in. 21 ^ 4 a 

Berlin Cathedral Theological College^ 60th 

Anniversary. 12 8 

atld the British Navy, 12 1^ 6 

Count von Balowaod Great Britain, 2 if 3 ^ 

and the Social Democracy, 12 if 6 

— and rhinH. 19 o 3 

Danziir. New technical College at, 7 o 3 d 

^^/^ the thuUohland^ Launch of, 21 a 6 
mni^ Dramatic (censorship in. 7 3 

Emigration Kestrictions, 22 6/— 24 4 6 

-^^^ Emperor Frederick Museum, Opening of, 

19 od tf 
^— German EmperCr, 8 d 6 ^—1 7 ef 7 if —26 dib 
i^-^ ttnd the BagbdUd Riil#ay, 27 o 3/ 

- on German Sport 3 n 8 ^ 

-^ — ^^— and Lippe-Detmold. Letter on, 12 o 4 6 

^ and President Roosevelt, 28 a 3/ 

■ - and the Tsar. 10 a 3 e— 11 a 3 if— 14 a 
8^-17aal<f— 22ln3 

Emperor's Qi/t to Atiierica, -22 a 8 d 



NHval Cadets atfd the Sultan. 26 if 4 6 



— Imperial Estimates. 19 a 7 c— 26 a 7 if —28 
a3s— 6d6i^— 7</6y— 8if 6 a-^lO 1^60 

— Finances, 6 if a— 14 if 6 6-16 if 7 4—17 
did 

— andluly, IO08/ 
and the Popts 12 8 if- 13 3/— 17 o 44 



—18 8 if -19 o 8 0- 99 6 
-^> and Japan. 20 o 13 a 

— Professor Koch, 1 6 6— 3o 3/ 

- Lippe-Detmold Suobeesion, 1064—30 8/ 
.^0iSc603 if— 7084—8060— lOo30— 
-^11 o8^-12o84-1804a— 14e3/— 16 d 
6 a— 2J o 8 0-25 8/— 2 a 6/— 8 a 5 /— 16 itf 
4a— 19 a 7 4-22 a 8 4-26 a 3 4 

^— > Memorial to Count von Boon. 96 3/ 

ip— Naval Policy, 20 4 6 0-21 4 3 

-^ Prussian Diet. 28 4 o 

■ - Lottery Savings Banlc Scheme, 7 fl 4 6 

— Reichstag. 80 a 6 
By-election for the, 2fl 4 3 



.— and ther Russian Fleet, 8 4 6 6 
— — Russian Police in, 12 a 7 6 

Rus»o-German PoUticai Trial, 134 4 « 

— ^ in the Scttth Seas, lOa30— 14a4a— 96i# 
9(/.26m 7 0-24 4 12a 

— and the Tibet Treaty, 90 o 34—91 a34-tf 
94o8 4 

— and Turkey. 14 o^4 6^-24 nr6 
and the United States,- 21 a 5/ 

GttMon (W. J.>oirTrade Union Tyranny, laf 1 1/ 
(Mbey (W. and A.>on' the Vintage of 1904, 19^ e^ 
20 

4» 



^ 



V ^ 



>ALIIfeR'8 IHDIX TO ^ THX TIMBS ** NSW8PAPBR. 



[Oct. 1 im 



Gllbejr rSir Wm.>. on the Hay A Agricaltnnl 
^ Society of 'FnirUnfl. 10 if 11 a 
.Oimcrack Hub Dinner, \0dA0e- , , . 

Ofn^burff (Dt. E. W.)'Sn SonfH Africft tnd Oioeao 

, Freights 4ii5«7 

.Gfrton Pollejfe, CambAdieL s!6 ii i el 

Gladstope rHerbert) and ^jr-ElecAoni, Letter 

At I.eede. d d 7 li— 7 </ 7 «f 

- et KewcMtle, 2 fi id ^ 
^- - at Stratford, }0 d d d 
PUmorgan Society in London. 21 o M / 
<Glat((o«rIntemarionaI Exhibition. l4/>ft « 

- Lar^ Bequest to theOity of. 'iZ d 5 e , 

Proposed Municipal Protection iii,6 <i 11 d 

Sd]2d-I5d\\f 

- UniTersity, 19 • 10.^-2* o 8 tf— 27 o 9 d^7 
Ii4 0-I5t> 6 0-r22ii9/.>25 ii6u— ,10 d 12/ 

-^ Installation of Lord KeHn as Chaooeilbr, 

30 a 15 e 
r- — Rectorial Address, 23 n 9 « , 
pionoester Public Library. 26 li 8 d 
Glover (Dr. B.) an BeUgiont BdocatJon, 22 o 11 
, 6— 1*7 17. 

Gogay (H; R O.) on Christmas BiMr in Worfc- 
. houses, 2Ad\^e 

pood (T.) on the UneinployjBd, 11 a .10 e 
Goodwill Work Socie^, Letter on. 12 d 15 ^ 
Gordon Bovs' Home, LettiBr on« 1 a 8 d 
Gorst (Sir John) and his Coustitneote, Letter on 

2^8* 
on the Feeding ot Scliool Childron, 13 J 4 e 

on Hungry School CHUdien, f4 d 2/— 28 d 

5« 

at Mabclesffeld, 26 6 6 e 

— - at Salford, 26 o 12 i 

- on Social Lcttiiktion, 9 a ^ 
Settlement, Salle 

Gosse (Edmund) on the late L6)rd ^orthbrooC. 

.I9n\0d 

GoTemment ai&d {fie Aliens Question, 23 a 9 /— 

10 d 1 1 b 

Employee the Discharge of. 18 n 10^-1911 

8 ( 

— — Majority, Letter on, 28 n 12^ 
— . and the Royal Small Arms f abtory, 6 <l 6/ 
-— PubIicatio&, 16 o 12 « 
Gorett (A. F.) on Tlfeating Cabmen witii Drink. 
14d7# ^ 

Goirbarroir Fetl, Letters on, 10 e 6 i|~28 p 9/ 
Graham (Lord) on Mercantile Marine Ofltoen. 

11 a 2/ 

^— 6n Radical Argument or **Throwing Stonei 

in Glass Houses." 21 • I3 « 
Granby (Lord) on Patriotism, 16 a 6 ft 
orantham (Justice) and Rural Housing, 26 a 9 6 

—28 a 8/ 

- And BNiral District BT-laws. 10 a 4/ 
^ (Sir Wm.)on Small Ho'ldings as a Meatasof 

Finding Empbyment for Coilbtry Labou^» 7 d 
%'h 
Gray's Inn. Grind Day, Dinner, 19 a 8 ft 
^— New Preacher, 18*, la/ 
Greasy Boade and Sideslip, Letter on^ 28 o 4 / 
GreUt Bricsin and France. 16 o 5/ 
a^d Italy, 26 d 4 • 
add' Ja^ in I8ft4, Letter on, 28 d 2 e 




Great Britain and the .Middle East. 24 a 5 ft 
— — jtx»4 PertiA. 12 o «. • 

and Portugal. U a 4 ft . . / 

^ sndRussia, i3o4/*28tt8<i'-29a6e 

—26 4 30-8143 V 
^— end Sweden, and Norway. 26 a 2/ 

JNkd SFitierland. 28 4 4 a . 

and Turkey, 9a ^/^-H a 3 ft .. 

-r^. Eastern RailwAy Mechanics Institute. Sd 

-T- W^iera Railway Debating Sodety. U e 2/ 

— Cibiqet, 18 04tf 

— CurrAnt Xrnde. 2t e 6L^ . 

-^ Defeat of the (SoTemment, -94 ^ 4 a ' 
-^ Prince George of, and the Powers, 22 • 8 e 
— 9|A Sd . 

— King of, 9 a 5/ . . 

— Mini^teriAl (7ri«iA 28 4 4 ft 

— PfOzramme, 22 '/ 8>s 

New Bank in, 23 4 8 4 

r; Cabinet. 3Qrf 3 ^ . . « 

-^ Opening. of. the Chamber. ^ d 6 ft^-lB d 7 J 

— Ppppeed Betreophnpent in, |6 a 6 ^ 

— Resignation of the C^OTemment. 26 4 4 ft-* 
27d34. , 

i ^ of the Minister pf Finaqoe^ 17 p 4 4 
(Jreek in London, Conipany, Compulsory. Letter 

^||,S4J6/ 
at Oiford, 27 4 9 a / 

Letter QU, I8.a 144 

Greekiess Land, LiCtters on, 6 4 8 a— 7 4 18 a -* 

lOi^Uft ... 
Green (J. L.) on British and Auftralian Workere 

10o9 4 
•^-^ op Mr. .Chamberiain and Agriculture, 8 e 

Ii4-.3nl0ft.26al8a 
Green- Willcinson (Lieut-Gton. Fred) on Em- 
. ployqient of Repenre .Soldiers, 12 n 7/ 
OreenUnd, the Exploration of j n 4 ft. 
Gregor7(Dean) on the Post Offloe; 1 a 8 ft 
Qrensda, 17,(1 8 ft 

Ore^ton (J9hn) P^seotation to, 17 46s 
Grey (Lord) Banket to, 8 a 6/ / 

Departure for Canada, 2 a 6 a 

Dinner to, 22 a 4 4 
(Sir E.) at CoTentrT' 9 a 1^ ft 

at Hastings, 26 a 9 <0 

at Kendal, Jfttfaie. 

on Scieotilic Education, 21 e 4/ 

At Selby, 20 e 6/ 

GriiSth (EU|s) At Chester, ^0 o 4 4 . 

Grocers' AssistanU* National BeneTolent Sode* 

ty. Meeting. 10 4 6 e 
Grubb (Edw.) on American Penal Methoda, i e 

^d, ^ . . . , , 

Guild of the BraTe Poor Things, 21 4 8 ft 
«— Conference, 6 «.6/ 
Guildhall Banquetw jLO i^ 4 a*ll a 9 ft 
-— School of Music, 31 • 2/ . ? 

GhiUand {Q. J.),oa libe Lksensing Ad, 28 a Ml iC 
Gfimton (J. E.) on a New Method of AeqtilriA^ 

Wealth, 12 4 13/ 
Guy's Hoepital Medical School, 6 e 3/ 

H. , 

Haggnd (Rider) on Agrieolturo, 2ir e9/ 



bee. 81,1904.] 



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iA 



t^afTfrard .on. Rural Housing, 97 o 9 4—28 n 4/ 
(Haffui* Palace of Peace. Letter on, 24 o 8 
^aileyburj College, 30 » 10 4 
HairdreMin(r(^n(ipetitipn,,22 n 7/ 
.^Uiti And S«^n Domingo the Problem 6t,7 dlAb 
Jiaitiaps, Sentenceapn. 29.if 4.a ^ 
Naldane (— ,) on Athletic Trailing. 18 b 4/ 
at Bxiatol, ^ '/ yij 

at C'rit'ff. 29d2d 

— ^ at Baling.,12 a I4 14 ^ 
in Qlatgoir. li o 10 f 

— on Laboar Politic*. 19 o 10 f 

on Sir Walter Scotl. 22 o 7 f 

Baliburtub (I^ord) on the Arnuld-Forster Ardiy 

Scheme, 1^ o 2 e -18 o2 a -'/A d \iih 
Hamilton (Lord Geo.) on Army and JflAwy Ex- 
penditure. 4 o ^ tf . 
— ^ and the OoniiervatiTM Party, 2 d 6 o 

and hia C^onstifuenta. \4d 10/ 

on a New Method of A64airiog Wealtii, 7 

dBe-\2dlif 

^^^ on Oor Indian Bmpire, 6 o 13 a , 

Hamilton (Sir tan) on the Britisli Army, Letter 
OD, Id i.8 a . 

(Sir R. V.) on the Nortti Sea Outrage, 29 

o9d , 

Ilamilton- Smythe (A. J j on the District Rail- 
way, 20o2« , 

Hammeramitti and l^enaingtoD Zioniat Society, 
Meeting, 19 o»./ 

Hammond (W. J.) on a Protection against 
Mo»quitoes. 15 n 4 2; 

Hampden < Lord; on the Lambeth Waterworks . 
I rf 7 a 

HaiHpstead Ancient Waterworks at 30 i 10 a 

— -^- New Library at. 14 o 4 c 

— Heath Extension and "Garden Suburb." 
27(/5 

Letters on. 28 d 5 c— 29 tt 9 o— So tf 10 a 

Sampton Court Vinery. \0 d 6 o 
anna CT. J.) un the Congo State, 29 o 16 
Harcourt Family, Letters on, 10 2 'i — 13 o 8 J 

— (Cul. A. P. P.; on Japan, Russia and Eng- 
land, 1 n iOs-9 11 I5d. 

]B ar greaves (M. H.)on'* Old Moore's Almanac," 

. Sn 12/ ^ ^ 

Barindtun (Sir Ricli.) on tlie County Court 

Sy8t«»m 1 ri 1 4 <• 

Uaiper ^Kev. C. U) on Secular Education, 27 d 

Harringay, Puisoning C/Sse at. d ^ 8 
Harris (Lord; on the Return of the Buffs, 29 fi 
JO/ 

— (Dr. K, ) on Japan. 1 3 1 3 > 

— — (W. Jjon Air. Chamberkiii and his Critics. 
12o6d 

barris (Rev. D.) Found Deild, 1 o.9 s 

(J. H.) on the Cash on Delivery System. 

81 0,16 </ ... 

--— (J. J.). on tlie Congo Free SUte, I 8 ^ 

Harruw School, 26 <6 a 

Hartejr (Kobt.) on the Su^ar Convention in He- 

• lation to Sugar and Sugar Vlachinery, 2* d 5€ 

Haskm (Prol. F. W.; on Greek at Oxford, 18 

1^" 14 d 

Hastings Angling Festiral U n 4/ 

lUTdl (£. F.) oJA Indian Affdirs; dihii 



I Hsverfield (F.) on the Earliest Picture of a < an- 
non 19 a 15/ , , . 

HawksleyCB. F.) on tlia Chartered Company 

Meeting. 2O o 6 - 1 <> n 1 1 " 
Uazlehurst (G. S.)on England andhtr Defences, 

190 ipe . ' .. , J 

Headlam (Rev. S. n. ) on Ovt-rwor^ at the L. G. 

C. Education Ofltce. 12 d 12 b 
Healtli Reform, h </ 15/ 
Hearii ( W. K. ) Warning. .10 // 1 <t 
Heath (F. G.) on Exceptional Mildness 16 il 10 e 
Heaton (Henniker).at Canterbu'v, \ 1 'i . 

on Lost or Delayed Postal Orders, 27 o 6 tf 

un the Kedistributidii of Seal^^ 9 1 8/ 

Hele-sHaw(Prof.)on Soiitb AfHcau Qo\d Min^ 

ing, 7 d^h . , • , j 

Hellenic Sciclety. Meetiiii 2 n l2 d . 
Hen that Laid the Eggs. Letters oh. 21 <2 10 i * 

80 <i9/ . , . k, : 

Herieage(Lord)on the Ruasian Outrag^.,8rt,i2/ 
Beitderson (Francia) 00 the Marine Insurance 

Market, 3 a 2/ ^ . . . 

lleu^on (Qanon H. H.)on piseitablishment and 

Religious Education.^ 18 o • « 

«>n the liew Appeal to Anti<luity, 24 a 4 ^ 

Herbert (Lady) on tlie Wesiminster Poor and 

Soup Kitchen. 17 a V» * 
HerbertHon (.4. J.) on Geography, Education 

and Empire. 6 <l 15 s 
Hercttianwiin, the Proposed EzoaTations at, 29 

d 7« 
Hereford ( Bp. of ) on Gamblinii, I0rf9/ 

Herefordshire Nursing Associition, Meeting. 2 

d7/ 

Herring (Geo.) on Shelters and Philmth-upic 
Lv»dgmgHouseA^ lOn lOc i 

Heizl ^tiie late Dr.) Contribution for the Child- 
ren of , 6 o rf .», , . 

HewinsfW. A S.) on Liberal Ltiadefs and 
Chiriese Labour ii ohj ^ 

Higgins-.lacob ( W.) on Familiarity Bfeedi ( dn- 

tempt. 17 o 13/ ^ . . -r ' % , ,1 

High Wliter at London Bridge, sss mery day i 

payer ^ 'fier Ship Nxws : ^ 

High Wycombe. Nt-w Town Hall at, 14 o 10 J 
HiKlilarid •' xp'^rimeni in Liind Nationaliz itl .it . 

Letier on, 16 n 4 , i . h -i d 

Hmd,(C. L.JOU the Luxembourg i id Bntisll 

Pifciures. 1 7 n 8 « . 
Hiutoric Houses in Londnn; * « 7/ ^ . 

Hobliou«e ( L. .1 .) ou ihe Proposed Colonial C Jii- 

fereiice rZo \if » . ^.' « . ^' t .. 1 
(lAjrd) and the Judicial ComiUittee, Lette* 

on 9 d 16/ . • . ^ /, I- - J 

Hodges (Ci. <l.; on the Case of the CarQUne, o d 

Hbey^ Francos Ca^liell on the Bipedltloil td 

Western Tibet, 29(1 4d ^ 

Holbnrri tliarity DeVelopment, 26 a 7 / 
Holdich C ^ir T. H.) on Tibet, tdSf 
Holland. 27 £/ «jr .. . 
— an<l the Belligerents, 28 d 3/ . , 

v'u^toras Tariff. ls*o4i-Ji oSf 

-^ — and Dr. Leyds, 12 a 6 u 

— ^JltJtl ''o? Hospital sHips, U it sjr:iii i 

io-26U4o ij 



Eol 



U 



ft 



PAUTBR 8 IHDBZ TO ** THS TUfSI, ITBWSPAPBB. 



[Oct. ItO 



Holland and Portaflral 4 o 3/ 

HoiUnd (OtnoD U. 8.) on Infantile MortalHy, 

16ii lAtf 
-^ (Sjdnej) on the London Hoipital and the 
East London Mndioil Society. ]6n7a— 8<<6a 
^ (Pnif. T. R.) on the Briiiah Proclamation 

of NpnimUty. a»it» u-l^dAd 
» on (\)ttl for the Busniiin Fleet. 9 a 16 a 

on .ComraiMions of Inquiry and the 
Hague <'*onTentinn. 24 n So 

on the RuMian Ums of Chineae Clothing, 



22 oSb 

Holme (B.) on Free Mealu for ('hildreo. \2o\Od 
Holmes (Basil) on Tree Planting in London. 80 d 

Holt & Co.. on the Qoestlon of «^ontraband. 7n%d 

on the *^eisure of the Culekai^ 18 o 8 << 

Home (bounties Libeml Federation. 2 n IO0 

— of Re<H)V«»rjr Letters on. 26 6 d—l a 11 ^ 
»2» n^d 

— Secretary at Walmer. 11 n96 

^^ Wurlt (VMiperatiun Society. 7 rl B b 
Hooke ( H. de la)on the King's English, 20 o 10/ 
H'lpe (Anthony) on the Modem Novel, 14 a 6 a 
Hopkins ( Adm. Sir J. O.) on Warship Design, 

lid An 
HofHce Dobell Lecture. 23 a 9 ^ 
Hors«>^ in War Time Letter on, 30 // 7 
Horsey (Adm. A. de^ouOosling in Neutral 

Peru, 27 6 «/ 
H<>**^KotK;( Henry) on Slielters and Philanthropic 

Lodginghoaiies. 2 a 1 1 o 
Hospiul b^*onomies. 20 dS a 

Letter on 2ti d H k 

— — tor Epilepsy and Pars lysis. 21 a 10 
*— and Home for liicuriibie C/hildren, Annual 

Meeting, v6 o 12/ 
— — Penny Fund, Letters on, 19 o 8/— 20 o 4/ 

— i I o 6 e^22 old 
»— - Mefting, 17 n 2 / 
•^— SaturdMy Fund. »\ d d e 

> LeittT on. i3 o 6 <T 
— — Sunday Fond. 23 a 6 «— 2 d 6 0— 17 ^ 12 d 

— I9(i I* t. 

— — for Women Soho square. 21 a 10 a 

Housing Problem. H n !.« « 

i ■ in ])t;T«>n 2o a 6 c / 

«—— Quepfion in Birmingham, 16 4 \0 d 

— ihe Working Classes in Kensington, 10 a 
Ud 

how the Jsp inese Fsce Difflculties, 27 ^ 6 a 
Howard f\S'>ociauon AnuualB*'pori, 25 a 10 d 
*— (( ol. Henry) on th« Umof, ^4 <i 18 e 
Howarth ( l^w.) un tne Unemphiyed. 2A d 5 e 
Hught^s (Bof. 1\ M.) on the Chartley Herd of 

WhiteCaiile, 3<f Ks 
HnU (£. C. P.) un EarUwood Asylum. 16 n 8 « 
Humane Slsughtering of Animals, 22 o ^d 
Humhle*Csoita (,vV. J.) 011 Educatkin Act, 28 d 

8<i 
Bnme-WiHiam8(W. E.)onthe Ifkdcadilly Im- 

prorementt, .12 4 16 * 
Humphreys (Canon A. E.) on a Central Church 

Body. 22 li 8 e 
fi«n«bo, Valley ol the. \ c\2c 
Hunter (Sir Koht.) ou the lata Lord Hobbooae 

and Epping Forest, Id d 3y 



Hunter's ImproTement Society, Meeting, 6 i 13 

d^9d9d 
Hurst ( K. W.) on tha Battle of Sha ho, 24 o 8 
Hush Money. Letters on, 7 i 13 li— 12 d 16 •— 

2id iOd-2Sdfifi 
Hussey ( W.) on Lord Roaebery on Colonial Oplo« 

ton. So9 d 
Hutchinson (Jno.) on False Imprisonment on a 

Large Scale, »d ir 
— on Free Meala for Children, 1 8 a— ^17 • 

126 
Huxley Memoriil Leeture, 8 e 10 a 
Hyde Park, 17 o 10 



Icke and Sharp, on the Sugar Queation, 26 4 8 # 
Immigration into the United Slates, Letters on, 

24ii4o-27<l6 e 
Imperial Conference, the Proposed, 7 8 0— 10 
oSd 

-^ Industries Club. 4 n 8 ^ 
■ Letter on. 8 a 16 

Institute. 22 a K </ 

— Organiiation, Lettera, on, 22 6 i— 28 a 8 
/— 29 a 8 / 

Income of Metropolitan Charitiea, 29d lOd 

— Tax, (Collection of. 29 <tf 10 
Incorporated Association for the Protection of 

Osroers, Annual Meeting, 2ft a 9 A 
«— > Council of Law Reporting II a 18/ 

— Inns of Court Mission. 21 a 14 

«*— Society of Inspnstors of Weights and Men* 

antes, Luncheon, 29 o 18 a 

of Musicians, 10 o 6 <f^8 il 19 

INDIA:— 

.— » and AfghanisUn. 20 o 7/— 21 o 3 0—29 a 6 

0-2:1 i 3 0^:;4 d 3 4—27 d 8 0^28 *i A b 
>— > Lord Ampthill in Kashmir, 17 nSd^ZOn 

5d 

British Officer Killed at MandaUy, 16 4 5 

*— Burmese Affairs, 10 W 6 a 

Lord ronon, I4«^5/— I7d 7 if 

and FtscHi Poli<3y, 26 o 8 

— Lord Kitcbener and the Indian Army, 29 

U 

Murder of Capt. J. B. Bowring, 26 7 6 

— Mutiny Veterans, Pensions for, 19 o 4 6 
North West Frontier, 10 a 3 

Russian Tribute to Liird Cunon and Lord 

Kitchener, 2dd/ 

'^ baniiary Adminisiration in, 6 6 

— 8tate of Mysore, 22 066 

(^oL Tounghusband's Arrival, 16 o 6 

India and Afghanisun, Letter on# 3 a 10 
Indian Affnirs, 3 2 <l— 10 o 2 0—17 12 o»26 

2 0-81 o4.i-7a 12 4-14 a II a— 21 a4a— i 
28nl2a>-6 44 0-.12 4 3tf— 19<i40— 2tf 42 
— - Letter on 3 1 o 4 ^ 

— Border Exploration, 6 a 8 a 
— -> Coinage, LeUtr on, 1 1 a 11/ 
— - and Colonial Exhibition, 10 a 6 / 
Cotton Duties. Letter on. 22 4 6 

— the IniproTement of, 26 a 8/ 

— Economics, 19o 2 

— Finance, 21 4 I80 

— Import Duties. Letter on. 30 4 12 ^ 
— - Mineral Produetion, 1903, 13 11 b 



D«c. .11, 1904.] 



PALMSB^B IMDK:& TO^'THS TIIIKS" NSWSPAPJBII 



In, 



Indian Motor Trade, Fienoh Competition for the 
2(1 e 5 

— National Oonif rest, 80 n 6 tf-^-JM) n 7 e— 27 d 
3 0—28 d 4 ft— 29 ^ » / 

Railway Board, Proposed. Letter on, 18 d 

H d 

Tea Trade, 3 n 4 e 

Letter oo, » « I3 *— 17 m 4 e-24 n 18 h 

— Tobacco Industry 21 rf 7 / 

-— Women's Domestic InduBtries, 80 a 7 • 
Indigent Blind, 24 o 8 e 
Industrial Property ConTentioo, 6 d 6 • 
Inrbriatei Aets, 2S^«2y 

Infant, Orphan Asylum, Dinner in Aid of. 29e 
60 

Slaughter by OTeriaying; Letter on, *20d \5d 

JnlantUe Mortatity, 1 n i.> a^i) a 4 e—ldii id e 

— I8a6/ 
' Letters on, 15 a 15 

in Sta£Fordshire, 10 » 7 e 

Inner Peuiple, vlraiid ly^y, 1 hnnet: 1 7 a 8 « 
Inaa of Court 'Miaaion, Letter on, •! 7 a* 2/ 
Innsbruck, .Seriuu« Diatarb«nce8at, 6 a 7/^7 a 

8/— 8 a 5 i;~tf a 6 e^lSI « 7 • 
INQUESTS :^ 
— ^ AtlwoodiF. B., Found Dead, II o 9 e 

Andrews, Chaa., HUUed by a Fall, 28 tf 6 • 

<»- Atkinson. T., Muidered, 29 a II h^\ d \2e 

ATelmg, Uoaita M., who Committed Suicide, 

8049 c ^ 

— Aylesbury Railway Accident^ Peraona Kil* 
led, 20 d ue^di 1^ 4 a 

— Bannermau, John. Puiaoned, H\ d i 

" — Baahford, John Killed on the Ruiiiray, 26 
d 9/ 

Bateman, Fanny H^ Killed by a Fall. 29 rf 9 * 

— Beattie, A. B., Found Dead, load/ 

Birmingham iiaai£aplosion, Persona Killed 

^y^ 16 n iK) b 

— Boaanqu^t, W, H.. Found I>ead, 12 o 4 <l 

— Brazier, vieo., Aooideutalty KiUvd. i7 o 8^ 

— Caaaan, !£. J. P., who Coiuimtted Suicide, 
28tf 9^ 

— — Chapman, £. J„ who Committed Suicide, 2 
d 2/ 

Second Lieou W. U. H., who Committed 

Suicide. 2. d ^ 

— i larke, Lieut-Col. C. D. S.. Died from 
Pleuriay, 2 a ^ a 

— Curtia. K. & , Died from a Bite from a Cat, 
^J da c 

Daley. EU»,, Died from Syncope. 12 o4 rf 

— Davi<, H. {)„ KiUed by hia Bicycle Colliding 
with u liurae, 2<> «i 9^ 

•-^«- Douglas. John, and Fnni. Joa., Murder and 

duiciUe. 8 d 1 1 c 
— — Farmer, Aiisa, Murdered, i4 o 9/-2I o 10/ 

—28 4 ^-2 A 11/ 

— Foote. David, Murdered, 12 o 4 <i 

«^- Garrett. Thosi, KiUed <m the Kailway, 27 d 

-— Qurney, ReT. E. T., who Committed Suicide 
2ij 9y 

•— liiirrison. Bar, D., who Committed Suicide 
80 10 a 

•— iiamilton, Mary A., Died from Burnt, 29 
4dk 



Inqueata (^continued). 

— Hill, Lieut. F. vV., Accidentally Shot, 18 a 
lla 

— - Q. F., Killed byaOydliit. I o6e 

— Hill, Margaret B. Run Over. 2' >0a 
Hole. W. F., who Commuted Suioi<le. 2<> 4 

" Hoyle, Chaa., Accidentally Drowned. 26 d 

9/ 

— Humberstune. Lucy ^.. Murdered, lOa 8/ 

— -> Jones. Sarah Ann 3 o lO « 

— Kevan, A. K., who (^inmitted Suicide, 12 
d9 f 

— l4ting. Flora H., Poia>»ned by Headache 
Powders, II a9^ 

-«-» Lane, llobt., Found Dead. 1 o H« 
^— Lawson, Tabitht, VI ordered, 28 a 4 <f 

Lockley. Christopher. Killed by a Fall. 26 

a 12/ 
Maccoll, NonuAn, Foan«l Dead, 19 li 9/ 

— Mannfltfld. Mary 4. and *idney, Suif>C4ted 
by Gas, 31 << 4 e 

— — Meiss, Karl, who (/ommitted Suicide l a 

9d 
^^ Melvill, Com.. Acuidentally Druwiied. i 4 

e 86 
Mby, Frances A., and her Baby, Murder 

and Suicide 11 d^f 

— Murray- 1 hom^un^ Lieut. A. J. ' 11., who 
Committed suicide, 17 </ i3 'i 

«— Nelrton, U. Vl„ Killed by a Fall 2<d^r 
^— Ntirih Sea Outrage, Victims of the. 8 a 5 a 

Overall, T. F.. Killed by a Motor Car. 8 « 

12 6 

— Palmer, Rich., who Committed Suicide, 24 
(19 a 

— Pett. Lena Killed in a Fire 10 « 8/ 

— — Pope. Harriett K., Died from Eating 
SweHM, 26 <j 9/ 

— Pounds. Dr. r. H. Killed by a Motor Car 
29 '/ 9 6 

Reade Litut. D. H. P. H., Accidentalljr 

Poisiiiied, ih o 1 h 

— Roberts, D. ft£. L,, AccidenuUy Poisxiel^ 
8r 

Saunders, Mary A., Child of, Found Dead^ 

Z^d\i c 

— St. i'aiioras, Peisona Killed in the Fire ac» 
21 eIo<f 

Schmidt, I'hilip, Murdered, i,\ » 9 1 

— — Simpson, hlmina Killed by a vl itor ( ^ar^ 

28 tf 8 ' 
«— Smurthwaite vlajor Philip, who Committed 

Suicide, 15 7 

— Stallard. Oliver, Kille«l in a Kailway .-Occi- 
dent It !*d 

— St«*wart, A. O.. Vl ordered 3 1.^ 9 

Thomaa. Joxliuii. and anoihor. Killed in< 4 

Railway Accident, 11 o 9 / 

Tuliy, Tho^, viurdered. 27rf9rf 

— turner. iSanda 01411 Fred.. Aosidentally 
Killed. 2^ d\if 

«-» Vau:<han, tl. C., who Committed* Sittaidek 
10 a 3/ 

\Valden. Helen, vlurder»*d, 16 a lla 

Ward. Michael, Died froin Alcoholio Pol* 

•oning. 28 a 4/ 



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PAUfVa's IHDKZ TO *! THB TIMB8 



[Oo*. 1 *•. 



InqnefltB (continued,) 

i-^ WilliNiiKi, Lieat. Wrn* who Gommitted 
Suicide, 22 d* e 

— Wyatt Sir H- H., Suffocated in ft Fire, 7 o 

W^nne. Jus , Found Dead. 2S d 6 e 

In^aiiit^ and the LoDdoh Cuunty ( *ouDcil, Let- 
ter on, Sl'o H/— H n II a -II nZd-lon if 
-17 fi9y-l9fi6e— 22 « 6/ 

InBlitfite of Banlcere. 3 a I0<| 
--^ olf C%arc«red Accountants, Conference, 21 
o6/-'^2f)l6a 

— of Chemist^, List of Successful Candi- 
diite, 2d n 4/ 

— ^ of Direi^tors, Dinner. 24 n 6/ 

bi International' Law 1 o 7 d 

— of Journitiistf, Annual Dinner. 22 n 2/ 

of Secteiaries, AopuiiA Meeting. 7 a 12 ^ 

Iiiotitiitioii of (Uvil Engineers. Liat of Success- 
* ful t'andidates, ' <f •f)> 



f^8 



d •OJ' 
Meeting, 2j»^l2a 
of £}epfr^ Epffineerf, i^on]|al Dinner, 2 



-^pf 6p|El$lnJejrs. 7 rf 8 e 

Intpfnkfional Arbitration ^n(| Pp^ Afsoqia- 

— • Autiiinobile Exhibition, 1 d 7 <f 
^ Brotherh>'Hid of :kiei^ce, 12 a d'c 
— — Cottuii poma]itU:e. » d \^f 

— CoD>riuht ConTentiun, 5 d i) / 

— MotorShuw. 21 'i'4tf' 

— Peace ( iiiigreM, 4 3 itf— 6 • 4 o— 8 o 5^ 
lu valid Children 'a Aid AaiMxsiation, Letter on, 8 
' u4il ■ ' "^ '■ ' 
lunidea Collection at South Kensington, Letter 
' pn.29jl?i . 1 . 

lUx«Aix>Kli': — 

•— KumHn Catholic Bithop of Achonry, Re* 
lurii lif. 26 a 4/ 

— Aiitriiii I (»uuty Cuuncit Meeting. 26 c 6/ 

Arbor Day. i trlebratiuu uf. id d lu 4 

— Arii> and \ rafts Society ot IrelMDil, Ezhibi- 

fioii. iz* Hi/ 
_' M^. Atluiison at ( -uleruiiie. 18 o 8 & 
^^ Attoruey-oeiieial for Ireland at Limavady, 
1 7 i? b a 

'-^ in Londonilerry, 29 a 10 ^ 

.-— ■ Bawnboy Board uf Gunrdians, Me«*tin4, 1 

d\^f>' 
— ^'Iford lieacoiisfleld, Centenary of the Birtl^ 

of. iJ3 '/ V ' 
— ^ ff^Uast Cqnserratiye As^ciation, 1 p 10 a 
■' ' i'rp«b)'tery, >1 toting, 6 o '6/ 

— ^ Borrisokai.e VVorl&uouse, Fatal Fire at, 6 d 

10> ' " 

~ Uoyle Bqxrd of Guardian^ Meeting, 29 n 

10 
_ 'iiurton Furt, buccessful Herring Pishing 

at. di a o d 
^' .J. U. (aujpbt^ll on Devolution. 14 o 8 a 

— V arlow i-oiiiity Council, \\) ti% d 
'^" V a^e of John Bethai), l4 o 8 & 

.— — ^ir ^w. Cat son and the Irish Reform 

As0ocis;tiun'. 1 o tj 
.^J^ \d ^ Uilen and others v. Attorney -General 
* u rf »o a 



Ireland {continued). 

Case of Mary Costello. 21 i 4 ^ 

of Edmund Murphy, 18 o 8 6^1 4 o 8 6^ 



S0ii7r 



Letter on, 20 o 4 / 



of GfH)ffrey Plowman. 1 4"% d 
ottheSt. Lmis,9 6 5 b 
of Hannah Sullivan. 27 d9 d 
of FatHck Tyrrell. 6 o 4 i 
— ^ Castlerea District Council, Meeting, 18 d, 
\0d 

Moving Bo^ in, 20 ^ 7 6*27 d 9 d^SOd. 

8 tf^ai die 

— Catholic Truth Society of Ireland. 14 o 8 « 

— Lord Charlemdnt and the' Iribh Unionist 
Alliance. 90 d 6 § 

^— Church of Ireland Auxiliary Fund, 11 • 8 a 

^12 4 (?-18 d 10 4-23 a 4/ 

City of Derry Grand Orange Lodge. SnA/ 

— -— of Londonderry Unionist R^pstration 

Association. Meeting; i n fo d 
— ' T. l: Corbett at South Belfast, 20 o 4 a 

Cork Board of Guardians, 22 n 8 tf 

IXpfenoe Union,' Annual Meetiikgi^l a 6/ 
— -^— Harb6ur Cokomission^rk, 6 o 6 a 
— Incorporated Chamber oi Cbmmeroe and 

Shipping. 22 o 7 «' • « 

Landowners* Association, Annual Meet- 



ing, 21 a 6/ 

-^ Couiity Limerick Agricultural and Teehni* 
pal Educational I'^mmittee. 24 »' 9^ 

theDUy Indep^»mii and A'ifioa to be 

called th" Irish Independent, 7 n6 b 

*— Michael <>aviti ai'i lifden, 19 d 10 « 
'"^'' in Glasgow, 17 o 8 6 
" on tl^tf Irish iteforin Assooiation, 4 • 5 a 

— De Frv^ne EAute. 2£'n6d 

— Derry ."^ynod. 2< o 4 « 

-— Jos. Devlin, lat Belturbet, SoB d 

— ^ John Dillon, kt Ballaghaderin. II e 8 o 

lit Belfast, \ d6d 

' at L'anidonagh. 6 i 10/ 
— — Freedom of bttgo Pre^^ented to, 6 o3/ 

on thb iMah Reform A»ajciation. A o o a 

^— and the Landlords of Oonnanght, 29 a 
lp6 ' 



■ at Maryborough, \ n \0 d 

— ^— and thf Mayo County Council, 26 a 11 / 

— ^ at Migo, A od b 

J>i8tre«s in, 1 d 6 </— 5 d 10/— 17 dH a-^ 

29doa^iH)d Se 

— ^ i'onnemara. Letter on, 80 a 7 
— - Disturbances in. d 9 /> — 13 8 6—19 e 8 
/— 2u 4 0—6 d il r 

— Mr. Dowdeu ou the Political Situation, 3 • 
9b 

Dublin Corporation, Meeting, 6 d 10/— 20 

dl b 

(bounty Council, Meeting, 30 </ 8 • 

Dioctsao fi)ynod. Meeting, I6 o 6—22 • 

7« 



— Proposal to Establish a Gallery of Mo- 
dern Painting in. 13 u lO ^—16 a 12 c ^ ' 
— , Mr. Duffy at Gort, 20 4 7 6 

'—' Lord Dun raven on the Land Act and Fia- 
cal lieform. Id ^d 

— Erne aud Devolution, 26 a 11/ 



Pec. 81, 1904.] ^41,hkr'b oini(« xo." f?* ti/i»8. ". n^v^s.p^p^a, 



feft. 



Ireland {continued). 

^i-— l)unfr«rvAn Board of OuHrdlxns. 25 n 5 A 

- Col. Everard uii Tobacco Gruwmt(, 14 o 8 a 

Kxeeution'of Jos. Fee. 2\ o 4 f ' 

-~ Exhibition of Modern vvork. 2} d i d 
- — Fire at Ijiiughrpa, 11 d ti a 

^— tli«' freem'tiCn^ Journal and Mlchiiel Drum- 

mond ao d •< <• * 
■ and John Kedinond. 8 a 7 « 

•-»- Gaflic LeHgue. 16 n 7 a 
•^-^ H. £>. Gardiner. Attempted >farderof, 1 d 

^^- "Stephen Owynn on the Future of Irish 

*" Salmon Fitthing. W n>sd 

— — Borne Uule, 4 o 5 V* 

^— Hunting Stopped in Wicklow and Wex- 

foril, 2» n lO 6 ' 
^-^ Incorporated Law Society of Ireland An- 
nual MeeliUK; ''^ a 10 6 
-^ irifh Aitriculturel Organisation Society, 

Report. T dl h 

<— * Automobile (/lub. Meeting, 8 o 6 4 
hiacon Tritde. Conference on, 20 d 7 b 

the IrUh Citholie and T. P. 0'(?onnor. 

27 dud - ' ■ 

— ^ Iritti Cooetabuiary and Enotions. 20 o 4 a 
■ ^ • t 'ounty Louncils and Politics. ^1 o d— > 
22 o 7 

National Exhibition, 26 o 6y— 7 a 8 6— 



26 dtie—iti a 4/ 
^— — and PreHident liooneTelt. 18 a 8/ 
Theatre Soiciety, 2tf d A/ 



Parliameutar/ Fund, 17 o 8 a— >id7 oAs 

PriT> rouncil. Meeting 8 <j 1 1 o 

•^— > Keform Astfticiiition/ I o 10 u^S o 9 6^ 
12 4 0-10 8 ''-^^0 o 4 c/— 31 10/ 
I (Jommeuta on, 15 o 6 d^^i o Ajt 
Letters on, t)'o rf 0-^ 10 8 -1 1 8 a 



— U u !<> a~lio2 0->22o lU 0:-2'i o U/ 
— ^ lioman I'atholiu duihops and John Bed- 
mond, n 6 b 
-: — Unionist Alliance, 24 o 4 y— 1 n 10 <f— 9. 



n f) « 



Meeting. 1 7 // 8 a 



' — Kaoturlc, Outrages in. 21 n 6/ 

— a; J. Kettle and Che United' Irish League, 

11 n8 <1 . . 7 . 

— — Denis KLilbrideat Monx^ierevan. 9 a 10 e 
-^^— Kiliaruey Uiban Oistiictv/ounuil \i a 10 a 

— Kldgstown Urbaii i-ouncii Meeting. 4 a 9/ 
*i— > Labourers Acts, Inquiry under, b o 3/ 
.^:-— l^nd Act; 23 n 4 C - 

.: — Lecky .memorial, a2 n a d 

-— Liceiised Grocers' and Vintners Protection 
Association. ^ 8 a 4 c 

^— > Literary and' Historical Society of the Ro- 
dman Catholic Unirersity College Mtetin'i^, 12 
1113/ 

-i— vjard. Logue, 10 o H • 

^— J. b. Lon«daie in Mid Armagh, 17 o 8 o 

•^ — Lord Lieutenant, Motemebts of, 6 <f tii 0—- 
'Id 1 a— 5 «< il 

»— Sir Antony Mac Donnell at Castlebar, 18 o 
-8 6-24 4/ ^ ^ 

«— - Manchester Martyre, AnniTeriary Piooes- 
*slon, li n6j 

— — Marine >/orks Act, 9 n 10 



Irpla^d ('ontinued). 

M%fer Misei;^cordtf Hpspitnl, 9 a 10 ^ 

John M-Hnde in 1 »ublin, [^ d 10 if. 

P. A. M*Huffh ai Kilrunh in 6 a 

Mit^UanPOiis Newii 4 ^^ «,-5 oH f-6e 

4,</— 8o6'rf— i:^ 4r — i,To«r/-17 08 /.-27- 
0*4 #- I a IO<2-4 n 9/- 9 a IO«i-lp« 7 «# - 
16 n 9/— 18 aH/ ^1 n 6J,-2?n ft i-2rt n 4^ 
/-.30n 7 0-1 d,nd-7 dl 6-iO a ll.J-29. 
li^d ' 

W'm.. Moore at Brookbyrongh, 16 it 12 o 

J- at'Pottrush vo // ;*/> 

'NHtionai Tpptiinonial, \OdUh 

— Nat^oniiliiit Parliamentary Party. \(\d\%e. 

- Nationalis's, Meeting o( Local, 27 o 4 

- the Nutinitjjf /^ y the Roman Catholics, 
Prote«t ligainst the t'erfo'rmance of, 24 cT 4 c — 
26d>^ e 

Wm. O'Brjen and^thf Congested, Oi^tricta^ 

fioaird ^2dAc 
— ^m(ork I7o«#/-i8o8,fc— 22 o7 e. 

on the Distress, 20 d 7 b 

and.tllie Governn[i^nt! 2d/i 6 d. 



at \) 



HCioom. 



\2d^ 



at We«tpori. 21 « 6/- 

Jereimiah 0*P9noYan. Arri]ral,of, 21 a. 6/, 

--r- O'Donovan Roslia li'uhd,' 2 < i2 4 / 
-^-;- ](*anic ara (^inematograph Showr, 28 d 4/ 
— ^ rarnell Anniversiiry, iu rt ^ 

— (J'leen's ('olk*ge. Cork 24 4/— 2o ie 

— lijiTid It. Puol li'-tiign itioii of. IM d i'i c 

— Sir Horace Piuukett at UulUbridge. 2i o 8 ^^f 

— Potato ( :rup in, ^^n mf ' 

^ — Failure in,' '4 d i4 u-^16 d 12 o-23 d 4 

/— 26 d -^ 
— - Presbyterian Unionist Voiera| Association, 

Meetittjg 1 a 10 d ' 

— Problems of Irish Emigration Conference to 
Considt*r, m o \ij 

— ' Lord Uanfurly. A 9 d _b 

-^-— PresentHiioii to. 5 n H J. 

>— — Jtihn lietl'iuo td i<t America. 8 4 dr-^} i$ . 

in iielfaat, 1 d 6 d 

al DroKheda f 4 n 7/— 15 a 7 ci 

in Dublin', 1 1 n M d 

" Freedom of Droghe<la Presented to, 16 a 
9/ 



— fl^nd the Irish Parliamentary Party, 9 d , 
6 6* ' ' 

r' I^turn of. 14 o 8 a 

"— Wexford Estate, H n 7 

Wm. Redmond, ii of^ » 

•^—Registrar-Gen., for Ireland^ Annual Report, 

19o.>/ 

River Bann, 31 d 4 

— - Roman ( ^atliolic (.'hurch iii PoUiics, 15 

6d 
—Graduates and Undergraduates' Association, 

U) d ii h ^ 

— : Lord Rossmore and Home Rule, 5 o 3/— 1 1 

o 8 tt 
— <- Resignation, 27 o 4 e— 28 4 d 

Royal Hibernian Academy. 22 tf 8 d— i4 d r 

4 «? * 

Irish Constabulary, Reduction in th^. 



Strength of, 2^ o I « 

Military Tournament, 24 n 9/ 



51 



iTe 



fA|.llKK^ IVUBX ^«TO THB TIIIS8 ** VKWSPAPBB, 



Oct. lt% 



Ireland (^conjiinxhd). 

^— Koyal University Gnidu^tefi^ Association, 

16 11 7 a 
T. W. Rutsell, at Aufehnacluj, 6 o 4 4 

at Moy. 8 rt 6 d"\0 oH e 

-— and the Ulster Ltbt-riU Unionist Asauoia- 

tion 16 n 1 



u 



— ~ Cul. Saundersun at '^avan. lO o 8 it 

St. Louis Exhihniou, Irish Exhibits at. 21 4 

id 

-~ SpliiUl Board of Qiiardians, Meeting, %6 d 

4y 
^^ S(M)tittQd Yard a d (he Royal Irish Con- 
stabulary. \i» Of* e 
^r^ ( apt, Scott in. \did 10 4 
V— fc^Quttish Benetolent ^)Ocietj of Sit. Andrew, 

Annual Dinner, 2 d » // 
•«- Jam^s 8exton in Dublin. 22 m 8 (/ 
-*— ('apt.()bawe Taylor and th^ Att<»rney-Qea- 

eral 22 o 7 0—24 4/- 25 4 (— ^6 o 6/ 
^. 01;^ DeTolution, 17 d t^u 
.-^ Solicitors' Apprenticea Debatitig, 8oci/9tjr, 

Meeting, 2 n 6 a 
V—- houtti East Coast Harboura Meeting to. 

Di^vu«• the < 'onditiou oi 17 d 6 a 
.— — >up«:riitteodent of Statisiics. \OnS d 
.^— . Surveyers' Institution, Land Agei\ts' Con^- 

mittee Qf the. 22 11 » 4 
T— L« Talbot- Crosbie and Irish Yioeroyalty, 6 

oid 
wr-*- Tenants and Li^ndlords. 22 o 7 0—26 06/ 

^3n 4/ — li>9^^— II ntsd-ibnl a~29 n 

10»— lOd 11 b-^l^d iU4f 
^— Tramwi^s for Wicl^Iow, 26 a 6 ft 
— ^ Trinity i 'oU* ge, 5 a d 6—22 die 
Estates Commission, 10 10 a— 3^6 o &/ 

^28 4 a 
^ — Kouian Cathode Abn. oi( TuiUU'* UeQep^tion^ 

21 d\ d 
^^ Ulster Farmers and. Lahuurecs* Union, 

Meeuiig, 22 0. 7 € 

— Liberal Unionist AssoqUtion. I 10 a 

■ Unionist AssQpiatipn, I'roposed, 3. a W J. 
yi l:*ariy. 81 o 10 / 

*-* Unionist Members of Par^jisment, Confer- 
ence of, 24 \J 

— United Irish League and ^ng Kdvacd. 24 

an^ ETiuted Tenantis 17 o 8 o 

■ Meetings, o 4 a—n o 6 d-^lZ 8 6—21 
obd^l ao/'— 14p7/-24oa/— 19<| 10 0" 

— Prince of Waies* Visit lu. lO a S/^zh a 6/ 
-— Waterford C ouuty Coancil. Meeting, 20 o 4 a 

— \Watergras8bill and UiTerstow.u to be Pro- 
Qlaimed, 22 7 ^ 

— Wesiport Board of GuardiaAis. Meeting, ^6. 
dbg 

— W ills Sandford Estate, o d \0 / 

Ifith Distressed Ladies' !• u.nd, Letter on, 15.^8^6 

— Land Purchase, Letter on, 2 a 6/ 
-^ Unirersity Question, 29 <^ 1,0 a 

tn>A ADd-^teei Institute, 13 12/— 26 e 6/— 27 
4 e-2 a 9/ -8 n 9/-4 fi 9/— 7 a 10 ^-9 • 
4 0-^18 a 18 4 

— Banquet. 28 4 & 

^▼ing (s>ir tienry) 00 Aberdeen, 25 a 1^4^ 
-acT- in MaoQh^st^^ 10 d lo/ 



Inrinir ("^ir Henry) PresenUtion toi, 29 o 8/ 

— and Somerset, W n 9 d 

Isle of Wight, the (^onstitation of the, 14 it 10 ^ 

— Shores, ai o 18<#- ISid II d 

Italian t^athulics and the ** Non-Expedlt,'^ Letter 
on. 8 n 10/ 

— Kmigratiaa. 26 d 2/ 

Railways, Thefts on, I^etteraon, 99 a 16 # 

—80 a 10 d 

ITALY:— 

- Budget. 9 dfk§ 

Gioiiue Oafilui^ 22 it 8/ 

Mr. (^hantberialn in. 21 n 6 a 

- ( hristeiiiog of the Prince of Piedmont, 6 dr 

Kinaiice, IH cf 4 6 

- General Election, 27 o 4 a —81 o 6 o^^ a 4 
J-af V~3k«»a-6a 7rf— 7a8/-8a6il 
if H,n e—XI n 7 m — 14 a&0— I6a 6»— 16 a of 

— — Signer UiolittVa Home Poilcy 9 d to 

Programme. 2(» 8 • - *i2 o 6 s 

- the GoTernment aovl the Labour Riota, i ^ 

- Jttdidal Scandal hi. 9 << 8/ 
— ^ Murder Trial in. 12 o 3/ 

New Vlinlsterof Finance, 25 a3 /* 

Parliament 5 08 e— 16 otfft^l'^o ai;<i -tft 

e4a— Id 4(1—1 c(6«— 2if 8«— 84 7 6— l4iK 
6 l>-\9db9 

— .. PoliiiiBs. 3e8^'4s8/ 

- the|l'upe and Prince Arthur ol (^oonangh^ 

and Franije, 10 e 8,/ 

--IP and Malta, Letters on. 4 e 4 a 

and the Roman Catholic Chnreh in Ir»v 



land, 21 a 6^ 

— Railway Servaajtain. 19 i< 4 4 
Sir HemieU Rodd. lU.a a# 

— Rio^ m. 7 db n 

— - St. .vlarl^V Puaer^a itin of. 16.'/ 7 a -19 i 



Letter on. 26 tf 6 if 



Sticiali^ts aitd \,h» Italian Arniy,^ 19 a 7 • 

- ^id the Somali >lu|iah 2>> a 4 a— 2/> a A dc 
and SwitserlHud,, il d 7 / 

- and the U"i(«^ titates. in a n/- 2.1 a 6 a 
«— — Yatinan, 10 4 u— 21 a 8 

— s — and Franoe, 15 a 6 r 

— !— and ihn Italian Eluctiona. 4 a SJ 

Library, 7 o 4 <; 

J. 

Jackson. (A^ BL.) on Crayfiah in the Xhamei^ 
Yaiie^,, 1 if 1 4 It 

{b, A.) on BowU«i& bdli d 

{J. J.) 00 the Navy League. 27 // 2 c 

^X* G*) on thii Strand ImproTemtsnta, 28 4 

aid 
— 1^ on Street Aruhitectore, 2 1 if 5 s 
Jam versus Butter, Letters on, 2;j a 6 c— 27 2|' 

Jaq)aica,.21 d$/ 

iMcketera and Th^atrioaia for, 10 <f. IQj^ 

- the DeTelopmeut of. 9 a 14/ 
-^» Finanoea of, 8 li '5 b 

LegUlatire Council 9d3d 



Decv 31^ 1904."; 



IPALMlBU^S tHDfcX to ^^ tAi ttJftBS ^ ltfe\^0^AI^Ktt. 



LaA 



Jamea (Rot. S. B.) on a Malvern Register. 12 o 

(Walter) on AuatrAlla and the Navy, 10 d 

7d 

- on the (^oloniei and Imperial Defenoe, 23 
d S a 

JapAtt and Englith Dnireftitiea. i n lOtf-si^ n 6/ 

- Letter on. 19 « 5 « 

and Foreign Enterprite. 17 o 4 tf — 22 d S • 

«— T-Oermany and Ameri<3a, 26 n 8 a 

— - HoUAe Tax. 2 « 6 a 

Military System of. 28 o 12 ^ 

- Misvionary Liaboura in. Letter un, 15 n 12 d 
•— New fjoan, lUn !> d -26 n 7/ 

*— RufsUiand England, Letters ou,31 o8 a— 

1 « 10 0^4 n 8 c— 9 n 16 a 
o^— > 81r Ernest Satowin, Letter on. 17 t' lOd 
— ^ and the Shipment of Coal from England, 

Letter on, 80 a 7 « 

snd the United States, 29 </4 a 

Japanese Diet, 29 w 6 s 

Utters on, 28 n 11/— 1 rf2/-8 dUb 

—13 d2/ 

Finance. lOd 5b 

House Tax, 10 o 4 a-.22 u 8/— 23 » 3 • 

Trade, the Condition of, 26 d 21 / 

War Drugs, 19 a 12 ^ 

Jebb (Sir Rich.) on the Coldnles and Imperial 

Defence, 'il d lOe 
«— > on a Qreekless Land, 7 dl^^a 
< on Lord Bosebery on Colonial Opinion, 1 

86 

Jeffreys (R. W.) on the Accident to the Duke 
of i'onnsught, 16 9/ 

— on G^ asy Roads and Sideslip, 28 e 4 / 
Jersey Society, AnnmU Dinner, 14 i 6 d 
Jessel (CapU) Presentation to, 23 4 7 « 
Jesrish Poor, 6tf 9/ 

John I'arpenter Club, Slipper, 12 n 5 s 
Johnson (Rich.) on the Mineral Water trade 
and the Sugar Tax, 8 i 10^—14 (/ 6 i^ 

— (Theodora) on National School for Physi- 
cal Education ('unference, 24 a 14 $ 

JoUiffe (G. J.) on the Salvation Army, 2i d 6 d 
Joaes (t>ir Alfred) on the British (Jotton Grow- 
ing Associailon, 20 li 1 1 / 

— (H. A.) on the State of the Drama. 7 d7 b 
' — (J. F.) on Postal SerTkie to Rhodesia, 7 a 

6»— 14a8<l-26ii2/ 

— (J. Q. B.) 00 the North Sea Outrage, 28 n 

— — (Rev. J, W. W.) on the Bontnewydd 
School. 26 6 ^ 

(O. U.) on the Church in Wales and tire 

Education Act. 26 o 8 tf -12 11 9 ci 

— (Dr. Bobt.) on Insanity and the Loudon 
County Covncil. 8 a II s— 17 a 9/ 

Jose (K S.) on Lord SaUsbnry and the Oxford 

Union. 26 o 6> 
Judge (M. H.) on-Further Strand Improvement, 

3W Us 
Junior Institution of Bngineefa, Meeting, 22 a 

lay 

Kabul, Mission to, 24 4 a— 80 n 6 e— 1 if 6 r— 
8d /•-7 if6s*l3tf 6«-16 abt^\7i7d 
Kaduaa (C.j on the Soul of a Nation, ii^^d 



Kpan^8 (Edmund) House, ^i o ^f 

Keatlnge ( M. W.) on Secondary Education, 4 6 

itebbell (Geo.) on the ^aWation Armv, 24 <f 6 i 
KekeWich (Sir G. W.) on Reli^oUs Edubudoii. 

19o»a 
Keller ((3oiintess) on OotAt Keller's Letters, 4 a 

iteWin ( Lord) on S<iien(i(> and Mediciiie, 29 e 6 d 
Rennedy (Justicie) on Divorce Laws. 3 o 4 tf 
Kensington Park Hiieh SchiM)l. 5 d 4 / 
Kenyon (G. T.) on th- Welsh Bdu<iation Dan- 
ger. I o lly-9fi \2a 
Kimber (Sir Henry) on R^rliitribution of Seats, 
iao6»— I7/f 12«— d0^9> 

Automatic Revision, 19 a 9 • 

King Ed#ard Ragged Schools and tastitute^ 
Annual Meeting, 24 a 2 / 

VILSoldiers* and Sailirs Institute, Gib- 
raltar 2H n 12 a 

Hospital E^und. 7 e 7/-pJ2 e 4 a— 19 did 

—21 ( 8 '' -27 6 jl -28 7 4/— 29 6 l2/<-2 a 
7s-9n 12 0—23 a 4 6-r2) ad^-^Oa 11 J 
->7i6/-14ill a-16(i 12/— 20 d 10 a— 
2W \2 4^2^dKd.^2id66 

Letter on. 19 n l4 o 

(H. 8.) on the Rilsiian ^reMl and Gieat 

Briiauii bo2j 
— i- (Jo«i ) on Tempdradce LagisUtion, 81 oAAf 
King's (>}ll#ge, London. 8 1 1 s 

Hospital Remnval Filnd, 16 a 10 d 

=- and King's OoUege Hospital, 4 e 9 a 

- Bnglifb, Letteis on^ 17e 12/,-20o 10/-^ 
22 10 6-2 a 16 a 

I^nn Fat Sto(5k Shdw, \^d^d 

Kirby (Anna H. P.) on the National Aasocia- 

tion for the F'eebleminded, 24 tf 9 e 
Kirkstead • bapel, Lincolnshire, Latter QQ, 6 a 4/ 
Kishineff Biots, 14 o 4 
Kitson (Sir Jas.) and his W<nrkmen. 4 o 4 s 
Knight and Sons, on Hush Money. 7 dl)^d 
Knullys (Col. Henry) on Temples at Pfailaa- 

Famiue Architecture, 1 a 1 1 
Knowlea(J.) ou Types and Abbreviated Writing 

for the Blind. 21 d V'l b 
Knox cSir R. HO on the Army Saheme, 21 o 2 ^ 

—10 alOi 
on the War Office aad the Admiralty, 10 

8a-1^4*-16 dbt 
Knutsford (Lord) 011 the Central British Bed 

i:ross (^uncil, il a 10 a 
Koran, a New Edition of tba, 2db d 



Labour Market, 17 0.6 b^l^ a 8«^16 d 1% a 

();uestionis, 22 a 5 6 

^— itepresentatioD. 12 o 10 a 
Lada EncUve. 29 i 8 s 
Lady DroWoed at Bochester. 29 d 7/ 
— Margaret Hall. Ox-ford, Letter on, 7 d \9 d 
Lake (^had. French Ej&peditioa to, 27 <i 8 s 
LancsMiihre Cotton Spinners^ A8so0i«tion, 29 d 7/ 
Lanuatfier ( W. J . ; on the Prucisadtogs o f Lock! 

Amboritiek, t6d2rd 
Land of the Anatotiatf Railway, 28 </ 8 a— 31 S 

2« 
— i- and Propwty Sales in 1904, 30 <I10 a 

5» 



lan 



PALMKK'fi INCiKX TO "^ THE 



flilBS '* IIKWSPAPKII'* 



[Oct 1 u 



Xsnd QQeatlon. 13 4 4 & 

Xandon (Koth M.) on Goodwill Work Society, 

VId\6b 
Jjixie (R. 0. B.) 6n rluldrp&*8 (Viarts, 10 o 6 e 
ihnfi (Sir RH.) and Larnacn. 25 n 5 6 

mprfia^ Hotel 2^ n 2 « 

Lnghorne ( W. H.) on a Post OMce UkiiM, 20 

LanRridnre fO.T.) on Motor Parr II o 16 / 
Lankenter (Prof. E R.) on Sir Otivkr Lodge and 

Huxley. 21 o 10 *i-^2oofi « 
Lansbury (Geo.) on the Legal Poor of F^iidclri. 

2dd9 d 
liiinfldowne (Lord) and CdncKBandol VVar, i"^ n 

ah 

At GiiildhNll. 10« 4 « 

_. un Intervention, \0 d9 $ 

^ — . and the War, H o B > 

Lantern Lectures on the United Kingdom for 

Use in the G(iloi< %• 2^nSb 
YjHtham( Or. Arthur; on Tropical Mediclite,3o 6^ 
Latter r Josephine) on Hhrista^as Beer in Work 

houses. 29df>d 
Laurie (Gen. F. W.) on Canada and Preference, 
- 18 06/ 
LAW:- 

&— Actions in common Law, #0^ Citil AcTioHa 
in Superior (^ourta set Civil Acrioirs 
Appeal Pases, nee Civil Action^ 

Criminal C'ases.iM MiDDLBSBxSsssioiia 
Baiikruptcies hm RxiiKROPTCitfa 
see every Wednesdays ami Siturday*§ pa- 
per 
-^ Bankruptcy Court Cases, see BAitKnapTCT 

Court 

— Calls to the Bar. ift n 12 c 
: — Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Aokt- 

RALTT Court 

- Probate Coiin. see Citil AoTidirs 



«— Cases biefor& the Prorinclal Magistrates 

see PoLiOR 
^— (^nsistory Court, nef AROfiRs', &o. 
— ^ Council of Legal Education, 2nl d 
«— County Court System. Letters on, 1 </ 14 a 

.8 <f 15 0—24 </ 10 « -'^8 dte 
_ County Court Cases, see Ciyil Actions 

— of London Sessions, see Cru^inal 
Trlilb 

^i~ Court for the Consideration of Crown 

Cases Reserved, see CRDnirA.L Trials 
«... (*ourt of Criminal Appe«l, 1 1 a ^/ 
^s— - Days of Sittings of the Courts, taaiMry 

datfs fa per 
^— Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Diyidrnds 
^— > Divorce Court, sea Divuror Court 
i—. Draft Bankruptcy Rulea. 26 n » 
^^^ Ecclesiastical Cases see Archrs CourT 
«— Efitates in Liquidaition, *<m EsTATRa 
— — General ('Ouocil of the Bar. ^ a 3 « 

— Lord Mayor's Court Actions, see Cirih 

AOTIOKS 

^-^ New County Court Act!, 2Sd7e 
— ^ Notices of sittitags of the Courts, in eve^^jf 
day*s paper 

of i/auses, Ac., in emry doy's p'iper 
Partnerships, tee Partitkrbhips, in eaok 
W4(dneiday*s and Satutaay*s paper 



Law (continued)., . ,. 

— Privy Council Proceedings, see Civil Ao- 
Tiojrs 

Proposed School ot Law. Letters on, 10 • 

\2e^\A99e-20o i2 0-2<t o9.6 --2 n i d . 

— » Public Ex i%m I nations, see every Weines 

day^M a»d^S turdiy*s nop^f ^ . 

— ^'Quarter Sessions, Trials in, see Crimutal 

Trials ^ .... 

^— ^ Railway and Canal Oimmissibn Court, asa 

Civil AcTioBfrf 

^ Knle < 'Oin nicree Letter on. 3..n K e. 

Siitaries of < *ounty ; 'ourt Judges 2> n^ d 

— ^ Scotch ^qdestraiionSf see .BAKKi^UPTOiKa 

— Seplarate « 'ourta of Ju«tice tor Children, 9 
ol0a—3n5<j 

— '-^ Utters OM. 10 o « — «,7 o IS ^—28 o 10 f 

Suits in Chancery, iee Civil Aotiohs 

—^ Suspensions, te^ Susprrsioms . 

— - Trials in tlie Criminal Court. ««0 Crimiral 

1*rials 
Law ( Dr. Bonar) on Exp >rts SdWd —18 die 
— ~ ill Liverpool, 19 a 16/ , 
on a New .Vlethod of Acquiring Wealth, 10 

Law (Rev. J. H. A.) on the Fire at a Boys 

Hoiii:*, 3n 12/ 
-— > Societies an<l the Laud Transfer Act, 10 d 

Be 

Society. 21 nHe^'Ad ie 

— ^- Annual Meeting. 12 9 i --iS • 5 d-^li 

6 %e 

— ~ and its Lili'rary. Leit.'r on. 6 6 <i 
List of Successful Candidatea. 29 o 6 d^ 

29a 16^—17 no e 
-^-* and Professional Biiisoeoduct, Letter on, 

4ol0o 
Lawley ( "^ir A.) on thS Transvaal, 17 .0 ft b 
Lawrence (F.) on aorsas in Time of War, 14 a 

7/-»0<i7« 
(Sir Trevor) on St. Barttiulomew's flospi* 

tal, 27 oSo 

— (Sir Walter) on the Battle of Llaa Zaog. 
10 n 10 i 

(Sir Wilfrid) on the Lioensiug Act, 18 n 8 

a— 24 a 11 
Lea<lers of British Sport, 16 9 J 
LEADING ABTIOLBS ; - 

Admiralty and the War Office, 1 9 

^— American Penal Methoda. 5 o 7 4 

Presidential Election, 8 a 9 , 

Anglo-French Agreement, 14 a. 7 6 
(convention. *i'i o7 e 
— » Anglo- Russian Convention. 26 m He, 

— Anti-Typhoid Inoculation in the Army. 27 
7 a 
— i fitr. Asqoith in E^st Fife, 12 9 7 a 

— A. J. Balfour and Mr, Chamberlaiu, 18 • 7 it 
i^— in Edinburgh, 4o7>— 6o76 

— ^ at Southampton. 'i9 II 6 . 

^ A. F; Balfour, on the Unionist Party, 29 n* 

— Balkan Situation. 2id7 e , 

Lord Beaconsfield s Ctntenary, 21 4 7 h 

— - Beck Inquiry Ueport. 26 a 11 b 
«i-* Boar <.'On^ress, b d9 b 
— » t>h\i^h AViiUery, 15 d9it 



bee. «i, 1904j 



^ALMiBR*8 IJIdBX TO " TBtt TIM^S " NJBWAPi.Pitll. 



LU 



htkding Articles (cantintUd). 

— Britiso %^outb Africa Tompany, l\ o7 b 
— > By -flections and the Opposition, 22 n 7 e 
^— Sir H. Cahipbell- Bannerdian at Litnehouse, 

"iXdl d 
^— Canadian Elections^ 6 « 1 1 h 
^- Abp. of Canterbury'* Viait id America, 22 

o9 c 

— Cash on Delivery. 1 n 9 d 

— Joseph Chamber! Ain in Limehouse, 16 il 1 1 6 

- .at Lutoo, 6 o 7 d 
Christmas and War iKdlh 
Cilarch Confrre^s, 6 o 7 
CodeCiTil, (Centenary of the, 31 d 9 << 
Commercial Treatifn. hnW d 
Comtnission and the War, 7 i» 7 ^ 

- Congo Free Stdte. 3 7 « 
Contraband M isappreheiiAions lia to, 6 i 9 6 
Cotton i2ue^tion. 'il d 7 
County Court 8y«tem. 22 d7d 
Criminal Court ol Appall, 2d 7 6 
Lord Cnrton*s Return to India. 24 n 9 6 
Death of M. Paul de (^assagtac. 7 n7 d 

- of Sir W. Harcourt, 3 7 A 

— Duke oi Deronshite on Fiscal Policy, 14 n 
7 e 

— Distribution and MobUitation of the Fleet, 
}2d9b 

— Employment, the Lack of, 30 4 7 if 

— Entente Cordiale, 1 1 w 7 /• 

— £pificf)pal Balance Sheet 2Ad7d 

— Expenditure and Results, 13^96 

— Fiscal Blue Book New. 22 d 7 c~28 d 7 c 
^— ControTersy. 8 n 9 rf 

Question, lOo 7 c 



Fog, 24d7d 
France. Spain and Morocco, 7 o7 d 
" and the Vatican, 24 7 e 
French Affairs, 29 a 9 c 
— Army Debate, 5 n 1 1 
Politics. lOif 9^ 



— Geography and W*r, 19 n U ^ 

^— German Comments on Anglo- Russian Re- 
lations. 1^9 

Estimates, Debate on, 7 i 9 i 

' Reichstag, 29 « 9 J 

— ^ >taipping (Companies and the State, 5 7 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. 29 n 9 e 

— Mr Wm, Grantham and the Rural Council, 
23^ 7 r 

— Greek at the Universitiea, 29 a 9 4 —ft tf 9 

Hague Conference. Propoied, 12 a II 6 

— Headmasters* (Conference. 26 i 7 <f 
— — Home Rule in Disguise. 20 7 e 
«^— Hooley-Lawson Prosecution, \%d9d 
•^— Hull Inguiry, 21 a 9 (» 

Hungarian Crisis, 22 n 7 if-14 <l 9 i— 19 <2 

90 
Bi— Imperial Defence and Imperial Discuation, 

I2<tf90 

— Organixation. 17 7 

— Problems. 22 a 7 6 
UniTersity. 13 7 i 



Leading Artiolea (con^inuetfj. 

— * International Commission, 2« 9 i— 28 a 7o 

— Ireland. Constitution Mongering in, 8 9 <j 
■ ' ■ Disquietude in, 6 d 9 tf 

Political Situation In. 8 4 7 e 

— Irish University ConiroTersy. 2ll i 7 
Italian Elections, 8 n 7 <f ~8 n 9 * 

-^— Parliament. Opening of , 1 d9 d 

King Edwar<i*s Hospital Fund« 20 i 9 

President Kruger*s Fiineral, 17 i 1 1 

— Gen. Kuropatkins Order of the Day, \^ 6 
7ii 

Lord LansdoWne at Guildhall^ 10 a 7 ^ 

— Liiw Society's Meeting, 14 o 7 
— - Liberal Anticipations. J4 d 7 i 
«^— Union Club Dinner, 19 ii II 
— » Licencing Act. 2H n 7 21 

^^ Lippe-Detduld Question. 11 d 7 <f^l4 «75 
— ^- London, the French Physiciani in. 12 o 7 if 
^- Pauperism, tb^ Increase in. 27 d 7 d 

— Military Training. Some Aspects of the, 4 
h7 (t 

Lord MilDiilr add South Africa^ I3 7 » 
— — Monrde Doctrine and its i -onsequeitoes. 21 
d 7 

Mr. Morel and the GoUgo Free 8Ute. 16 d 

90 
Morocco, the Attack ou Our Morooca Cor- 
respondent, ^ d l\ e 

SitUNtion in, 20 i 9 6^29 d7 d 

^— National Sentiment and the Wa^, 29 d 7 B 
' Society and ('Uurch Schools, 14 n7 i' 
Union, 29 o 1 1 



India and Afghanistan. 20 7 6 
— and Tibet, \4 d9a 
Infantile Mortality lO a 7 4 
Inquiry aod War, 4a7 



— Nary and the Empire, 8 </ 9 
^— Neutrals and Contraband, 80 a 9 6 

- Ne# Russian Minister of the Interior. 1 S 
9b 

— North Sea Disaster. 2id7b 

^ — Outrage, 2<i 9 6—27 o 7 6-t8 7 21^ 
31 o9 6— I n9 6-9n 9 0—6 d9t 

Our La^ Keports, \7 dWd 

— Passive Resitfters and the Franchis<<, llf li 
II 

— Physical Eklucation, 17 a 7 e 

- Political Affairs. 19 o 7 -21 d 7 lf-22 6 9 
d~27a 7 0~i4a i»0— I 4 96 

Echoes. 17 'I II t 

^s£> Situation. 25 a 7 

speeches, 1 in 7 0— 16 H 9 d^U d^8 
— — Poliiics and Trade. 7 a 7 

— the Pope and Malu, 3 » 7 6' . 

— King and Queen of I'ortugal, lOd^ a 

Pref«*renoe in Australia. 9^76 

i— Pretidential EleCtiuU, 10 a 7 ^ 

— Price of Sunar. ^ d7 d 

— — Prnspects of Distress. 8 o 9 
— — Public "Speeches, 2 n 9 

— Red (^itfss Society, 21 a 9 c 
Redistribution 26 7 r— 8 <f 9 <^ 

— KeTcnue, Half Tear's, 1 o 9 
-^ Review of the Year, SI a 6/ 

— Lord Roberts on the Army, dQd7 i 
—^ Mayo Robson on Cancer, 2d7 d 

— Mr. BooseveU'ri Addrastf. 7 tf Si 6 
Electioit 9 a 9 

— Lord Rosebery o(n Bo<Aci/ 3ft 4 7 if 
-=. In Ql««g0#, 6 if 6 



lea 



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[Oct. 1 t* 



Leading Artioles {continued), 

— Lord Rosebery on the late Lord Salisbury, 
15 n9c 

■ ■ at Trowbridge. 81 o 9 # 

•^— • Royal Agricultural Society, 7 o 7 6 

— Rural Housing, 1 8 n 9 

Russia, Situation in, 22dl b 

'^— Russian Defeat. 17 o 7 & 

Fleet. Coaling of the. 5 n 11 
Gk)Tennent and thp Zemutvo* 23 n 7 c 
Industry and the War, 16 n 9 d 
Outrage, 25 7 6 



— Scotch Churchen, \^d%d 
^ Shelters. Case against. 4 n 7 « 

— South African Railway DeTelopment, 16 a 
96 

wm London Bishopric. 23 d 7 d 

•»~- Spft>ches and Affairs, HO n 9 c 

— State (-hildren *n d^ 
^— Submarine, the Future of the, 2i n9 d 
*> — Swaziland Question, 6 7 s 
«— Thanet Election, 10 7 6 
— . 'I'ibtftan Question and the Russo-German 

Understanding, 18 7 
Treaty. 2\ 7 d 
(^ount Tieza and Obstruction. 16 a 9 e 
Trafalgar Day, 21 7 A -22 o9d 
TraniTaal. Asiatics in the. 11 n 7 tf 
the Tsar'rt Reform Decree 28 ^ 7 ^ 
Turkey and Bulgaria. 21 n 9 r^ 
Unemployed. 26 a 11 d-^ t/ l\ d 
Conference on the, 15 9 « 
<— - Unionists and Ireland, 2(f 9 
*— Vacation Schools. A o7 d 
.^- Visit of the King and Queen of Portugal, 

15ii9»— l»n 9/> 
.^- Dr. Wace's Appeal to the First Six Cen- 
turies. 7 n7 e 
m^~ War in the Far East 4 7 6—8 o 9 »^11 
7 0— l2o7/»— l3o7<T^ \Kq 7(-16o9d— 18 
o7 »— 19 7 ft— 20e 7 <i— 3 a 7 fr- 12 n 1 1 e— 
17 n 7 6^25 a 7 »-2rt a 7 r~2 d 7 6-9 d II 
^-.7 d 9r~6(/9»->9 d 7 0-18^2 9 0—16 d 
1 1 0-^19 <i 9 &- 21 i< 7 0' 23 << 7 6-26 d7h'^ 
27 d 7 b—SO d7b 
M and ita Side Issues. 19 n 11 ( 

— — Welsh Education Difficulty, I a 9 
•*— Emperor William and the Tsar, 24 7 <i 
^— Mr. WynUham*s Rectorial Address, 23 a 7d 
^— Yesterday's Speeches, 7o7r— 9n9« 
League of the Empire, 4 o 8y— 20 12 6 
■ Lectures, 2'idS a 

— of Mercy, 10 o 7 /— 17 d )2 d 

— of Young Liberals. Meeting, 10 8 <i- 26 
ia/-21alO/ 

Leathersellers' Uall, Banquet at, 4 a 4 

I«eathea (^Stanley) on Geography and War, 22 n 
IU0 

Lecturea in French. 6 d }^b 

Lee (Arthur) 00 Htunane Slaughtering of Ani- 
mals, 22 6 1/ 

Leeda UniTersity, loll /— 7 4 6— 25o 7 d^29 
a 6/ 

Legacy to Found a Hospital, 14 <tf 4 

Legal Congress at St. Louis. 20 o 12 a— 96 o 4 ( 

— Poor of London, 26 d 10 a 
Letten on, 28 tf 10 0^29 d9d 



Legflratt, Rubinstein & Co., on Matthews v. Mul<* 

Ian. 28a5 A 
Leicester. Victoria Hall and Music Galleries at, 

4o40 
Leicestershire. Small IToldinars in. 26 <l 8 il 
Leslie Walker Fire Detector 27 o 12 a 
Lethbridge (Sir Roper) on Lord Avebury on Oiu* 
Trade with India, 27 d 5 b 

in Neutral Markets. 7 rf 13 a 

on T^rd Hugh Oecirs Eirenicon, 25 4 / 

Lever (W. H.) and the Lirerpool Corporation, 

28^4 /• 
Levinstein (Iran) on the Unemployed, 11 a 10/ 
Lewis (Affnes Smith) on the Dean of Westmins- 
ter on Inspiration. 21 d 10a->24 /I 60— 30 </ 5 a 

( W. L.) on the Thanet Election, 4 9 </ 

Liberal Demonstration in Westminster, II a 4 
Financial Policy. 9 rf 8/ 

— Leaders and Chinese Labour, Letter on, 25 
06/ 

Meeting at Llanelly, 9^90 

Party and Chinese Labour. 22 106 

and the Social Democratic Federation* 

27 o 10/ 

Political Handbooks, 23 ^ 2 

— Union Club Dinner, 19 a 8 
Liberalism in West St. Pancras, 25 o 5 cf 
Liberation Society, 18 12 /* 

Licences for Carbide of Calcium, 8 a 10 0— 1 1 H 

7rf 
Licensing Act 13 <i 14 a 
*— the Administration of the, BdSa 

— and after. Letter on, 8 a 8/ 

Letters on, 18 a 8 o— 28 n 10 <i— 24 a 11 

—26 a 6/— 28 a 6/-1 dUh 

Rules. 2Ad A d 

Liebenrooa(Fit2-Hardinge) on the Teaching of 

Geography, 29 4 6 
Lifeboat Iiistiution, 26 1 1 / 

Saturday Fund. lOn 10/ 

Lighting by Petrol, 17 12 0—19 a6b 
Lighting- up Time. Letter on, 19 r- 10 ^ 
Lights and Tails Lights, Letter on. 19 o 9 i 
Lincoln (Bp. of) snd Ritual, Letters on, 26 14/ 

"Ida \AJ 
Lincoln*s Inn, Grand Day, Dinner. 18 n 9/ 
Lincolnshire. Glanders in. 2B d d d 

— small Holdings in, 2edl\d 
Lindley (Lord) and Legal Study, 15 o 10 

— (W. H.) ou Municipal Engineering on the 
Omtioent. 25n5d 

Lindsey (Lord) on the Bp. of Lincoln and Ritual* 

26pl4/-l9<il4/ 
Lindsey- Ren ton (G. H.) on Japan and English 

Universities. 19 n 6 
Little Ilford. New Crematorium at, 26 14 & 
Littlejohns (John) 00 the West Monmouth Elec« 

tion, 6n 14/ 
Littler (Sir Ralph) on the Unemployed, 2Sd6 d 
Live Rails, Letters on, 8 8 <<— 19 9 a 
Liferpoul Chamber of Corameroa, 20 d 11 
^— Children's Infirmary, 81 o 6/ 
— '- City C^ouncil Finance Comnhttae, 14 a 12 tf 

— Commercial Museum for, Proposed, 10 d 
10 c 

and Contraband of War, 30 n 9 <i 

'■ Letter on, 6d Uf 



Dec, 31, 1904.1 



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Lou 



Liverpool OoDieryative Club, D nner, 1 n 7/ 
Liver ifool Daily Post aad Liverpool Mvkrcury^ 14 

n 9 
LiTerpool MoDicipal Finances, 24 o 4 # 

New Keoorder, 19 « 9/ 

— > Peace SocietT and Lord Landtdowne, U i 

Mo 

Protestant Disorder in. 1 1 o 4/ 

School of Tropical Medicine, 4 • 7/— 8 d 14 

b—\\d II e 
■•— Shipbrokers' Beneyolent Societj, Annual, 

Banquet, V6d\be 
-— University, 2 n 7 i— 14 n 5 <?— 22 n 9^—29 

nbj^l d IO0-.|4i6/^24(/8 e 

New Buildings, 12 « 6 a 

Livesey (Sir George) on London Fog and the 

Gas Companies, 26 d b d 
Lloyd (John; on the Wye and Birmingham 

Water. 8 d 14y 
Lloyd-George ( -} at the Anchor Society, 15 a 7 e 

— at Bacup, 7 n 4 

— at Carnarvonf 19 o 5 

on Education in Wales, 10 d 11 a 

at Hereford, 22 7 / 

»— at Luton, 13^90 
-^- in Wales, 20 8 / 
Local Authorities, the Proceedings of, Letter 00, 

Ud2d 
— ^ Government Board and Distress, 80 <i 9 6 
^^— Inquiry at Tottenham, lu a6 a 
Loch (C. 8.) on Shelters and Philanthropic Lodg- 

ioghoutes. 2 91 li a— 8 n 15a— i4 a8 6 
■^- on the Unemployed, 23 n 10 a 
Lock«(J J Bioentenaiy of the Death of, 29 10 
Lodge (Shr OUver) on Corporate iiUpenditure, 1 1 

18tf~13o5 

and Fog, 31 rf 10 i 

^— at Grantham, \^d\\.e 

— and Huxley, Letters on, 18 5 cf— 19 4 
— 21 o lU u— 22 8 h-^2b 8 a— 27 o 6 6—29 
8 e 

«— 00 Mind and Matter, 18 8/ 
on Science and HeliKioii. 606/ 

and the Teaching of Greek. 7 d 9 

Lodz, Disturbances in, 2bd ad 

London Ambulance Services, Letter on, 29 <f 9 a 
-^ (Bp. ot) on Preventive, Kescue and Peni- 
tentiary Work, 11 n 10 
-^ over the Border, Letter oq,2 d 13 a 

— Chamber of Arbitration, 17 a 12 6 

of ()ommerce. Dmner, 10 n 8 cf 

Charities, 27 d 7/ 

City Mission, Letter on, 29 n 2y 

Lurd Chancellor, on iiklucaiton. iu n 12/ 

— Congregational Union, d n ii b 
LONDON U0UNT7 OOUNOIL :^ 

Abolition of Fees iu JSou- Provided Schools, 

2idGa 

Bathing at Parliament Hill, 5 12 

«-« Bellilem Hospital, bo U d 

— BUls. T d m o 
«~ Bo8well*s London House, 5 12 i 
• — Building Act Amendment, I8«46— 14<I70 
^— By- Uection, 26 n 10 6—3 d 8 •— 5 d7 0^ 

^ a 1 d 
«*- Charing Cross Railway Station, Suggested 
Removal of, 21 4 8 a 



London County Oouncil (continued), 

Clerkships, 8 <i 9/ 

— — Coliseum. 21 ^ 6 a 

— Compulsory Swimming Instruction, 21 4 6 tf 
— ^ Council's Finances, \lo2 d 

■ n Offices, 7 4 13 
— «- County Rate, 12 2 # 
— — Damage to a Steamer, 1 dl^b 
— - Death of Lord Hardwicke. 30 a 4 4 

. ■ Hobhottse. 14 o 7 c 
Denominational Schools. 23 n% 6 

— Education, 5 o 12 c~19 9 ft— 26 40— da 
13 0-1611 4 6—23 a 6 0-30 a 4 <f— 7 d \^ b 
-^14 d 7 c 

Committee, 6 f^ I0#— i2itf 12 a 

M ■ and the Press, 28 a 8 • 



Bate, 26 o 4 s 



Employment of Children and Street Trad* 

ing, 19 9 d 
Fireman's Bravery, 12 • 2 

— Flood Prevention, 23 a 6 

Government and the Council, 12 • 2 1^ 

Greenwich Tunnel, ndi&b 

->— H()U«es of Historic Interest. 26 o 4 

^— Housing Scheme. 2 1 (/ 6 ^ 

— - Inspection of Education Accounts, 80 a 4 <f 

of Theatres, b oli d 

— Islington and Hornsey Drainage, 14 tf 7 e 
Lambeth Bridge, 26 o 4 

— Lic(*nces Abandoned, 6e 12 0~I2 0% e 
*^ Loans to Local Bodies. 16 n 4 > 

London Squares, 14^70 

— ^ Main lirainage Extension, 19 o 9 5—2 a 13 • 

Map of London 1 d \Zb 

Marylebone Electric Lighting. 19 o 9 5 

-*» Midwives Act, 19 9 6—23 a 6 

— Model Municipality. 12 o 2 s 

— Viotor Cars Uegi^trations, 2 n 13/ 

■ in Public Parks. 12 o 2 # 
Fire Eui^ine 7 </ i3 6 
Omnibu.<*eii. f* o \*i 



New Asylum. 12 2 s 

— Fire »Ution l(i a 4 5-.7 i 13 5 

— LodgiiiKhouse, 28 4 

— Member, 7 d \6 b 
Theatre 2 n 13/ 

Non- Provided Schools. 9 a 7 0—21 dQ a 

— Letter on. 20 <i 2 /» 



*• Personil Explanation. 16 a 4 
^ Phy«ieai lieteriaration, \^ dl 
— — Piccadilly liuproveinent, 26 o4tf— 14^74 

Port of Liondon 19 o 9 r/— 9 n 7 c/~30 a 4 ^ 

•^— Preservation of Garden Squares, iri a 4 c 
— «- Proposed Japanese Kxhibiiiou. 2 a 13/ 
^— Teachers* Training College, 9 a 7 
-^-- Bates. \Iq2 d 

Hating of :>ite Valuer, 23 n 6 

^— — of Telephone vVires. 2H 4 
-^i» Resignation of a vi ember, lU a 4 b 

Review of ihe Council's Work. 12 o 2 d 

— Scholarship Scheme. 2 1 ri 6 a 

««^ and v>cholo Fees, Letter on, :;0 <l 1 1/ 

— Shepherd's Bush Green. 30 a 4 << 

~^ Spread of Disease by Vagrants, o e 12 

— Teachers and Non« Provided Schouls, 23 % 
60 

-» Traction Engines, 5 12 

6r 



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[Oct. 1 W 



Xiondon County (k>uncil (^continued). 

' — Thumes Steamboat Seryice, 2 n 13 «— 80 n 

^-* Tramwajr Accidents, 5 o \2 e 
<— ^— Passes for Children, h o 12 d 

KeceiptSy 28 n 6 0—30 n^d^l dlS^ 

■ Tpkpns. 26oie 

Trsmways. 2 n 13/— 21 dek 

into ^e City. 6 n 4 a 

in Kosebery Ayenae, 2 « 1 8 e 



•^— Unemployed, 16 n 4 /' —21 d 6a 

Vauzhail Bridge. 7 d \S b 

^— Votes of ( 'ondolenoe, 6 o \2 e 

05- Weftipinvter Bridge Trams, 5 o 12 d 

— Wyndham's Tl^eatre, HO n 4 tf 

fiondon County Council Fleet, Letter on, 8 n 2/ 

School of Photo- EngraTing. Annual Ex- 
hibition. 29 dSd 

- — Delegates in P^s. BdQd 

m Diocesan f ol|oe Coifrt Misf ion, Meetiiig, 5 

n}2j 
^ww the Ecqnomic and Social Study of, 8 q 11 « 
7f Ezcbequer Contribution to, 4 o 4 « 
99- fd^. iitfer on, 27 tf 11 a 
■ - ■■ and ft^e OtjB Companiea, Letter on, 28 d 
6ld 

fipd Smoke, l^tit^r on. S|0 cf 9 o 
Fogs, 2i»ff3 6—15^ 6o 
Gaelic League. 19 ff I6 d 
Hospi*aU io n 1» c — 8 did 
Let^rf qn 12 n 10 0—6 d 8 a 
» and th^ fc*ast Londpn l!4edicf^ Sopitaty. 

Letters on, 16 n i a— I d 14 6—8 ^ 6 a— 16 a 
14/ 
cr- Hospitals ap^ Aledical Sphools, 31 ci 12 a 
«— Labour Conciliation and Arbitration Board, 
ld6e . -r- 

^sr Manx Society. Annua) Dinner, 29 • 18 /* 

-— - and Paris Exchange. 6 d 10 d 

^-— Psuperism. the Incrt^ase of 2ln9 f 

•I — fbillinthrupic Soqietyi 4"^^ Meeting, ^4 

d ii a 
^^ PositiTist Society, Conference, 25 o \2 d 
•^— Private Fire Brigades Associatian, Annu- 
" at Competition, 8 n t$ r 
^--> Pfogres^iTef and Condemned Schools, Let- 
ter 011. 12 n \hj 
•^ Ketorm Union, Meeting, 15 n 6/ 
- — 8chool of Economics and Political vScience, 
^ i) e 

of Medicines for Women, 24 ii 7 e 
oi TropicMl Medicine. t« o 6/ 
Uiiiuer Association, Letter on. 20 4 15 
^wlmmlng Association, 24 n 14 << 
^— andoouth Western itailwiiy Company's 
' institute, smoking Ooucert, 4 n 12 

— hquares. 2(i a \i a 

— ^ hilrefcts, a Mew Terror in the. Letter on, 8 

*d 6/ 

«— - Trades Council, Meeting, 14 9/ 

•^ Onemployed. \2 d b If 

JiONBON UMVEB£>ITY :- 

•-^ Appuintments, 2/ i^ c~^ ^ ^/ 

^ — butird tu Prumute the Extension of Uni- 

' ye^sity leaching. Annual Repoit, 2/090 

^— Oaiididates fur.Uommissians in the Army. 

27 o 90 

" 68 



IfO-idon University (cqntinue^), 

Convocation, 12 o 4 <i 

Donation to, 2^ <i 7 / 

Elections, 4 o 5 «— 5 n 18 ^—11 i| 8/ 

Examinations, 3 n 4/— 14 n 6 0— 2t} n5d 

- King's College, Annual Report, 16 i 9 i 

Lectures. 22 \0 a 

Library of Economic Literatqre, 27 o 9 cr 

List of University Extension Coarves, 3 a 

d$ 

- Miscellaneoas NewQ, 5 o 8 <f— 26 a 8 0— 19 
tflOc 

National Engenics, 27 o 9 

r — Pass Lists, 24 n 7 rf— 10 d 12 e— 24 </8 0— 

SOd »d 
London Vegetarian Aasoociation. 20 d U/ 

- Visit of French Pl^ysician^ to, 1 o 8 J— 1Q 
o7/— 11 10 a— 12 06 a— 180 4 d— 14 o \0b, 

— ^ Welslf Conservative and Unionist Aasocia- 
tion, Meeting. 16 n 4 <i 

Zionist League, \9 d 7 d 

Londonderry (Lady) on Ride Cluba. 7 n 6 
— ;Lord) on Education, 17 o \0 f 
■ on the Qeneral Election, 24 a 8 « 
in Shef^eld, 15 10 d 

4t Wingate, 26 «, 6 6 

Long (* ) at Banbury, 10 ^ 6 i 

at Bristol, 10 a 8 0-- 1 <i U #—8 d\Oc 

TT at Pembroke Dock, 9 n 9/ 
. 00 *'oor Law Adn^inistration, 25 a 4 ( 

and the Ui employed, 10 a 2 «— 12 n 9 

-T on the Upemplqyed, 7 d ^Od 

Longevity, 29 n iOd-iidd/ 

— r- Letter on, 2 a 14/ 

fiOrd Mayor on the Hospital Saturday Fund 1^ 

6 f 
^— in Ho^ton, 14 n 7/ 

— Elect, 10 4 y 

— I— State Coach of the. If a 1 1 ^ 
Lord Major's Day, 18 o 11 i(~l5 o 6 0—27 IQ 
f— 10 fi 18 a 

Show 5 8 <i 

— ; — Official Programmo, 6 n IQ o 
Lortners Company, Dinner, 22 n 4 6 
Lot's Eyot. 13 7 • 
Lough (Thos.) on the Price of Sugar. 9 i 12 / 

on the Rise in the Price of fiugar, 29 a 7 4 

Louisiana Purchase Exhibition. 1904, List of 
Awards, 7 n2 d 

Low (Sidney) on Mr. Pearson and the Standard, 
26 a 14 « 

Loyal Orange Institution of England, 8 a 7 6 
Lubbock v,N.) on the Rise in Uie Price of Sugar 
26 « 1« 

LucHS (Rev. H. H.; on School Attendance Re- 
curds. 30 o 3/ 

Lunar Discovery, 14 d 12 d 

Lunn (Ur. 11. S.) on Lord Ti^nkerville and Dr. 
Lunn. b o2J 

Lydekker y^R.) on a Want of the Natural History 

Museum. 17 ii2 
Lyons' Popular Cafe. 1 1 o 9 d 
Lysaght's Newport Works, Dispute at, 28 <l 9 6, 
Lyttelion (Alfred) and Chinese Labour, 10 n 8 

0-i<ill0 

at Danford, 22 10 <i 

in Glasgow, 20itf 7 « 



pee. 31, 1904.] r4LMKR'-8 iwwx to ** cbk TIMKH, " mwaPAPBH. 



H«^ 



LftteliOd (Alfred) at Le^n^ington 11 n 4 ^-2 d 

'6 6 

— -^ \n Mi^n(*hefter. 15 o 10 

at Spiilding, \4d W i 

— — at Warwick. 2rt 6 a— 9 n 6 A 
— (S^r N. G.) oil the Army (Tpuncil 14 d 13 * 
OD L^djfsiiiith vletnorinl, £\io i4 



^yttOD (Lord) ou ihe Licenaing^ Act, 26n 6/ 

M. 
Ma^AUster (J. T. W.) on Befponsible GoTern-. 
ment in ^ New South African i^oloniei. 4 n 

MaclTer (David; oa Tariff Keform, 29 a 11 6 
ftacNeill (J. 6. 8.) on the Queriiion of Uedis- 

tribation. 17 d 12 e^ii d i2 
Ma^donald (J, A. M.) on Imperial Ojganization, 

22 I2y 
(liev. J. M.) op t^e Dam-Uum Cemetery, 

\ dtj 
|AfUSedoiiia 6080— 9 n 12a 
iJundiiioo of. 22 a 3 «— 23 a 3 4—6 d 5 a— 

Idhj 

r — Kodak Pictaret of, 7 2^ 
•— MurUeia by iireelCB in, 8u n 6 4; 

Situation in. Letter ou, 29 <i 5 « 

—» State of, 24 d \6tk 

^ the Truubies in, 28 i 3 « 

Unrect in, 7 3/^1^ o 8 0—21 4[ 3 a 

flaoedoiiian Genaarmerifi^ 8 a H •— 10 o 4 a — II 

8 rf— 14 4^— 20 o 8/— 21 3 /— 6 a 8 a — 

14 a 4 A— 6 d 5/— :f4 <f ^ 
— — Letter un, 26 1 1 / 
'^^ lieform Scheme, L.etters on, 6 a. 12 /— 7 n 

10«— » n 6 0— 12n 14 

- lief ugeea. 1 5 a 

BeUef Fund. 17 a 12/ 

Machine duulpture. o Sd 

Mactunder (a. J.) on Geography and War, 22 a 

lU 6-80 a8 a ^ 

l^aclachlan ^Keoaethj on Artillery LeMons of 

the War, 7 J 6/ 
Maclean (J. M.) on I'rotectiop for Indian Trade, 
' 2b</2/ 
Macmiiian (Q. A.) on Penrose Memorial Fund, 

8 n IU0 
Macuaghten (Lord; on North Uerry Elociion, 24 

M 1 V 

— * 00 North Londonderry meciioii, 22 a 8 6 
-»- (U. IL,) on the Teaching of Georgraphy, 29 

d6e 
Macnamara (Dr. T. J.) o^. London County 

Council Progreaaifet and Condemned Schools , 

10 ad a 
Madeira, the Meepiluf Germanica in, Letter on« 

7 a 8 6— 9 a l6j 
aa a Winter Beaort Letter on, 7 d 16 a 

Madeley (Walter; on the King'a KmiUah. 22 
10 6 -^ -^ . . 

Magdalen Co)iege Schoo), Gi^ord, 10 « 12/ 
*— > at Brockley, b o 6 d 
Magiaterial Paaaive Besiate^ Letter on, 23 n 9 </ 
|[AiLB :— 
•-'### every day*9 paper 

American, i9 4 a— Ifl a 8 a>-17 n 12 J— 

24d4a->27i8a 
Letter on, 6 8 6 



Ifalli (eof^^iwted) 

' Australiitn. I 6 ^-4 n 7 9 — 16 d 18./— 17 

dS€—2\ d 12/ -22 dAf 

— SeycUellea. 6 3 * 

Maili. Attempt to SteAl. 2^ '/7 a 
Malcolm fliii\>ai Granthaiu ii 4 4 a 

on Public Buaiiie«8 and Public Ti.muv \\ 0, 

10 a 

Mallet (H. F.) on the late Lord Northbrook, 19, 

11 10 i 
Malta 21 a 10 a 

Maltese Legisla^iTe <^ouncil 1) n 4& 
Mi^lverii Register, Letter on 12 7 / 
Management of vlilk Supply in Towna 2!l n Tia 
M'tnihthter Couriei\, Proposed Sale of, 29 a 8. 4 
— TT- Transfer of the 7 <f « 

— Chamber of Commerce, Quarterly Meeting, 
a n I2i 

University, 12 a 7/— 15 a 8 a— 19 a 14 o— 

10 d 12/ 

Manchuria. Autumn in loo a,/ 

— (Condition of. 19 p 7 a 

Fuel and Kood Supplies in, 18 a 13 a 

Hardships in, Letter on. 10 <f 9 a 

— the Lessons of tl^e (*ampaign in, M a \0 h 

— Winter Quarters in. h> n l2c 

Mann (J. S.) on an Alien Immigrant, 17 d S f ' 
Mansion House Asdociatio.n on Hailw^y and 

Canal Traffic for the United Kingdom .vleet- 

ing, 16 d \i e 
— i> 1 ommittee on the Unemployed. 10 9 d 

— Programme of Events, 1 1 n i2 / — 10 ri 8 e 
Manson (Sir Patrick) on Insanity and the Lou- 
don County Council, 2i ^J 

Manufacturing Confectioners and Sugar, Letter- 
on, 22 ^ 6 d 
Maruate, Policeioan Sh<it at. I lOd 
Marine Insurance larkoc ate each da y* $ vt per 

letters on, 8 » » d^6 n 2/ 4 a 1:2 e 

Mark^am^A. ti.) on lapau and the Shipuent 

of « oal from En^l'ind 3i n 7 e 

— (Sir C. R ) on Geographical Education, 28 
a lOi 

^-^ (Violet R.) on the Boer Mission to Eng<^ 

land, \i n 16 6 
Marks (Alfred; on the Roadway uf the Embank- 

ment, 26a Mac 
MarlborouKh College, 29 8/ -8 i 8 

— ^Duae of) at lilaskpool, l ^ 9 « 
Marlborough (Duke of) and UritisH Grown Got-. 

ton, 20 4 a 

in Liverpool, 80 a 1 1 a 

Marriat(e Law in Victoria, ustter on, 20 o 9 6 
MARiilAQES: —In consequence ot the Regis-^ 

trar- General having a complete Alphabetical. 
List of all Marriages in the British Dominiona, 
alao of all Marriages of British subjects abroad.^ 
which can be inspected at any time, at the 
office in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex-. 
pedient to insert the minimupi lists as advert 
tised in the Times. 

Aator, Pauline. 3' aB / 

Bathe. P. W. de. 1 11 tf a 

'— Bruce Lady i iinstian, 16 <^ 11 $ 

— Burn, Tera P., 9 rf 7/ 

— i;alllard, Capt. vV. M. Du Queaoe. 16 (/ 11 a. 
I Clay, Capt. H. S., 31 o 8/ 

69 



Max 



fALMSS'fl IHDRX ^>' TO TH« TIM S8 '^ ITKWarAPBB. 



[Qci-lioi 



7/ 



(« oniinued), 

(\N)p«r, Lieut -(-oL R. J., \9.d6d 

- CoapUnd, Venrl ii\ o 6 / 
— ^ Crawley. Major Bust ace, IR </ 9 

Cuningh>«me, « apt. Sir i\ M., 2 n 9/ 

-— Dalrjniple, Vitcount 21 o 4 & 
— — Daws'iD l>ainer Ladj Aline, 17 

- Den Voeux. Alice, 'i n^ f 
— — Elphinstone. Irene F.. 19 o 7 « 
— - £nni8fDore, Viscount, 2 d 7 
Felbe. Wm. de. t* d IJ 

-— Fim;h Lady Violet, io i< 9 « 

^ — Fi'zwilliaoi Marie 4. B. W., 6 q,7/ 

-— — F«.rr»^t, Ida m. S. h ol f 

— ^ Fiirness, Mannnduke, 2 a 9/ 

.- — Gaskell, Maud Etbei« 31 o 6 ^ 

I — Uarfor4, Violet fa^velja, 21 4 fr 

Ho>;g, Daisy, 2 a 9/ 

^^ Holder, J A., 6 7 / 
_ Johnstoqe, Freda, 2 d 7 e^ 

— — Xiod'ge, Gwendul^oe Mary, 28 a. 7/ 

- MalLins, Pauline, 6 7 / 
^-- Martin, Bradley, 8 a 4 > 

Martiiio, Maria de, 27 4 i 

MulhaU, Frank, 27 i b 

Ogilfy. Herbert^ \6d \\ ^ 

^— Fawton, U R.. 31 K« 
-^ Felly. Com, U. B., 16 d) 9/ 
^— Fbipps, Helen, 3 nib 

_ Poulett, Lady ^iolet, 7 dSh, 

m — boott, Eileen. 13 7 / 

._ Spaike, H. B.. 13 7/ 

— — Temple-Qore-Langton, La^y Q^rtmdQ A^, 

ledWe 
— ^ ihesiger, Hon. Eric, 31 6/ 

- Vincent, Lilian, 16 ii 9/ 

^ — Vivian, Valentine, 17 7/ 

Walker, Capt. Harold, 6 o 7/ 

Walsb, Hon. C. 6 o 7/ 

._ WatM>n. Hon. A. 0.. 28 a 7/ 

W'elcb, Capt. M. H. £., 19 • 7 e 

._ W ingfleld, J. R., 7 << 6 6 

Ww)d. Violet L,ld6e 

Ifarsball I^slands. W d 6 u 

]filarriott ^J. A. B.) oh Geography and War. 22 
nlOd 

Marshall (O. A. K.)0Q.ihH Chartered Gompfny's 
Meeting. 18 o 8 

J^artineai^ (Geo.) on 8ir M. H. Beach on the 
bii^ar Convention 22 cf 6 « 

i-^ on theFriceof iSiigar. \i d 12 « 

Marylebpoe Electric Lighting, 806 6—18 7 
^26 Ob a 

Massey (John) on thc^ Montagu Williaqas Blan- 
ket an4 i:iothing Fund, 29 n 2y 

Massie (Fiof. John) on the Education Act, 21 d. 
' 13 (/^2H dlOe 

blaster ol the Holls, op the Study of History, Ifi. 
' a 17 b 

Mather f A. 8.) on Rule Committee, 3 a 6 0. 

^lathieson Geo.) on the Frice of 8ugaf, 3^.6/, 

«— on the hise in dugar, 23 n 10 0—29 n7 d 

Maxwell (8ir Herbert) on Mr. ChaiQt>^iain a^d, 
' Agriculture, 60180 

Mayoralty of the City, 25 0.6. 6— Si f^,lQ.6— 9^ 
18/ 

Mayors, Election of, 10 n 6 a 
60 



M'Oalmont (Sir Hugh) on the Caae of the Coro'. 

livf., Hdb f 
M'Hardy (Proi M. M.) on the. Medical Profea- 

sion and th|9 Law Courts, 3 a 8 
M'Kenna(KeKinal<l)on tha Welsh. Edacation« 

Difflpultjr, 3 a 10 a 
M'Laren (John) on the Rpyal Agricultural 

Society. 1 2 5 d 
M'Kair (E. J.) on Trafalgar Day, 21 o 7/ 
Meakin ^Budi^ett) on Sp4in in Morocco, 16 4^ 
Meath.(Lady)on a (;hildren*a Fair, 27 o 6/ 

— - (Lord) and Military Traini/ig, 20 dS 

' ■ op the Soul, of a Nation and Empire 

Day. 2Uo 13 
MeddingscRey. Rich,) on the. A4^tional Ca* 

satea* Society. 14 a 8/ 
Medical Graduates' College and. Polyclinic, A.n« 

uufil Dinner. 8 i 10 

— Frofeaaion and. the Law Coufta, Letters on, 
8 nbe— 4aM6'~Hii30 

— and the Teaphing of Biyg^e, 30 « 10 6, 
— r-> Session. 4o 106-6 o2/ 

KEETINGS OF O^^FTOBS :^ 
— -r Cadtll, i-apt. R, M^ 4 o 4/ 

— Castle, S. Nm 31 </4e 

Comber, C. H., 23 n I8e 

(^nstantinople Engineering and Shipbuildr- 

ipg Company, ia 12 d 
— - Da)ira Oil syndicate, lid 16 d. 

D'Oyly, Sir. W. H., 6 £i 2 

Duncombe, Hon. H. £. V., 19 oJ2/— 2 a, 

Edmonds, r. R. A., 19 n 16/ 

— FoBbery, W. T. E., 39 rf 12 *. 
— r Gillespie. John, I3 o 13 6 
Gruiihold, C. G., 29 d 12 a 

Holden, H. V., I 3 J 

— r- Knott. Major M. E. 6 tf 2 

— Ladies' c:l4ibs, 2o o 12/ 

— Mackenzie, Sir J. K< i>.. 24 a 14.d. 

— Marcus and ilunt. i4o IU0 
— . Maw, S. A.. 26 n 9/ 

Nenle, A. iL. liin.H/ 

Sir Hiram Maxim l£lectrica| and Engineer-. 

lug CoiupHoy, 22 (/ 12 

- • 'Smith,db Co.. It •"6 J 

^tMnley^ Edmund. 1 1 0.I8 e 

Sutlierla4id. W. J.' E. G.. I'i d,Ka, 

— * Topakyan. G. H., 2 li 12 // 

Waring, Herbert, 7 \\ d 

Wi){more, A. W., 2 a 12 d 

- Wilkinsop. Tom, 12 '2 d 

Memorial to h'rince Henry of Battenberg, Let-. 

ter oil, %d 7 b 
— to W. twart. \7 d%a 
-m tp.Dean^Karrar, 22 n 6,</^19 d.7 

to.Frof. Finsen, 20 4 a 

-^^ tQ.VV. E. Gladstone;, 14.o 8 6-7 n 4/ 

«* to ^ latei)eau Hole, Letters on. 10 a ^«d^ 

— 14fi 11 a 

to Qugh Price Hughes. 18 n 10/ 

— — to i'xlmun^ Kean, Letter 00, 14 d.7 f 
--— . to John Milton, 3 a 6 

. ■ Letter on, 4 n 7 J 

— to Sir Joshna Reynolds, 27 4 e 

— to Bp. Riddmg, Letter on, 9 (i 6 A. 
1— t9 Lord Salisbury, 16 n 10 0. 



D«c. 81. 1904.] 



I^ALMlBR^S IMb&X TO^'THJB TIMfcs'' NEWSPAPER. 



Hid 



Memorial to Shakesp^iire, Propoffed, S dlOb 

Letter on. 8 <i 15/ 

— * to the Ute Bp. of Southwell, 7 n 8 ^ 

— to Sir Leslie Stephen. \fi d9 e 

»— to Qaeen Victoria. 20 o 10 tf —2$ n 8 i 
Mranell (G. d.)un the Ring's English. 22 o 10 ft 
Merchant Company of Edinbargh, Anndal 

Meeting. 10 n 84 
Merchant Shipping Act. 8060 

— Taylors' Compsttjr, Dinner, 17 d 6/ 

School. 2lf1Ae 

Crosby, 2H n 4/ 

Mermaid Society, ti n7 a—dnBfi 
Merrow Downs Regulation. 22 d 2/ 
Mersey Federation. Proposed, \3d Bf 
Meteorological (^oilncil. Report. 14 </ IS a 
Methuen (Lord) on Friendly Societies and the 

Toung. 21 i 10 o 
Metric System, 13 7/ 
Metropolitan Asylums Board Meetings 3 12/ 

— 17o5y-3i 15 0—15 a 4 0-26n 8 ft— 28 

11 5 e-13 di0 
4 — Ear, Nose aUd Throat Hospital 22 2 « 
— - Hospital Sunday Fnnd-Uospital Letters, 

Letter on 29 a 8 ft 
^-— Pauperism, Census of. 6 o 12 /"—IS 12 

— 20o2/— 29o 4/~2n3i— 8 Al5 0~15 a 

4ft-5(/14</— 101^9/— 17 i 8ft 
' — Public Gardens Association, Meeting, 7 6 ft 
Mezboro Co-operative Society, 1*2 e 8 / 
Mexican Cabinet, 9 cf 4 a 

Currency. 80 a 6 a 

«— • Presidency, 2 <i 3/ 

Mexico and Silver, 18 a 5/ 

Middle Temple, Grand Dar, Dinner, 16 a 10/ 

Middlesex County Council, 10 d 13 ft 

Hospital, 2 a 8 6—25 n Ad 

Medical School, 1 d tt ft 

Midland Reafforesting Association, Annual 
Meeting, 17 dee 

Midwives, Training and Supfily of» Letter on, 
31 o7o 

Miles ( Maty C.) on the Emigration of Poor Law 
ChUdren. 24 <l 10 « 

Mill (Dr. H. Hi) on a Contrast in London Rain- 
fall, 29 18 ft 

HiU School, Large Gift to, 8 <l 7 ft 

Mills (J. 8.) on the Colonlea and the Emphre, 4 

— on Mr. Pearson and the Standard, 24 a 7 
Milner (Edith) on ihe Ober Ammergan Cottage 

Hospital 15 a 6 ft 
Mineral Water Traders and Sugar, Letters on, 

Sd lOf—lidB i-20 dlbf 
imitNO DITELLiaENOE :— 
*— > Abosso Gold Company, \5 d 15 a 

Accidents, aee AociDBiTTfl -Mntnro 

-^ African Concessions Syndicate, 17 a 13 ft— 

22fi t2«-28nl2 

^— Afrieam Gold Recovery Company, 80 i 18 e 
A— Akrukerrt( Ashaoti; Mines. 5 12 0— 1 2 o 1 2 

— Alabama Coal, Iron, Land and Colonization 
Company, 15 4 15 

^ — Auglo-French Matabelehmd Company,- 80 

a 14 0-9 d \3d 
^— Anglo-EVondyke Company. 5 << 15 ft 
-« — Auglo^iiicilian tiulphur Company, So 120 



Mining Intelligence (continued), 

Ankobra (Taquah and Aboss) Develop^ 

ment Syndicate, I5 <{ 15 ft 

— AnkylostunOa in Coal Mines. 9 <I 8 ft 

Antenior rMatabele) Gold Mines. 12 d 12/ 

— Ashnnti Goldfields Corporation, 9 <f 13 </— 
I6d Md 

— Associated Southern Gold Mines ( W. A.\ 
29 o 4 e— 8 a 14 25 n lOe 

Attasi Mines, 2Hd9ti 

Axim, Mines. 19 n 17 0-29 a 14 d 

— — Ayrsliire Gold Mine and Lomagunda RaiU 
way, 29 « 14 0—9 ^13^ 

Bamato Consolidated Mines, 9 i 13 

Barrett Gold Company, i2 a 16 0-^ 22 a 1 2 1( 

— *- Beatrice (Rhodesia) Company. 14 10 d 

— Belgian Ironmasters and the English Iron 
trade, 24 a 4 ft 

Bibiani Gold Fields, 12 d 12/-20 dlAd 

«— Brilliant (Central Gold Company, 2i a 14 a 
■ ■ " and St. George United Gold Company; 

22e38 
BriseisTin Mines. 25 a 10 • 

— British Broken Hill Proi^rietary Company, 
21 a 14/ 

— = Mineral Output in 1903, 8 a 7/ 

Transvaal Mines. 2d 12 0— 10 i 4 

Broken Hill Proprietary Company 11 olSB 

Block 10 Company. lA d 17 d 



— Boston Coniolidated Copper and Gold Com- 
pany, 7 <l IBd—lSd 15 ft 

— Bulawayo and General Exploration Coni* 
pany, 31 <i 12 

— Bulttwayo Syndicate. 23 <f 9 

— BwUfa and Merthyr Dare Steam CoUieriea 4 
12ol2d 

— Canadian Ore Exports, 1 « 12 ft 

— Cape Copper Company, 15 i 15 

— CapiUitas Copper Cooipaay. 30 d\3e 

— Caucasus Copper CompSauy. 12 o 12 

— Central Chile Copper Comp(any, 24 a 14 d 
— ddOft 

Nigel Deep, 8 (/ 16 ft 



— Champioi^ Beef Gold Company of India, 6 
4 14d-16c(17 

— Charterlitod Goldfleldi, 19 d 15 

— CUrk's Consolidated, \7 d \7 a 

— Claude'tf A«haoti Goldfields, 29 a 2/ 

— ^ Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Com^ 
pany, 22 <i 12 

— Consolidated Goldfields of Ashanti, 10 d 4 ^ 
of Sooth Africa, 26 14 0— 1 a 14 d^ 



9 a 14 

E^nt CoUieries, 22 d 12 <l-30 d\Sd 

k^* Corporation, 18 12 0— 29 19 ft 

South Rand Mines Deep, 20 <tf 14 



-~ Copiapo Company, 10 ci 4 

— Coromandel Gold flCines of India, 4 a 12 4/ 
—18 a 15d— 3<tf 16 a 

— Crescena (Matabele) Mines, 29 a 14 
-a- D6 BeeM Company, 19^ a 7/ 

Consolidated Minea; 22 a 12 cf 

— Eagles Vuhure Mines, 14 i 17 c 

— EagfehaWk Coofltolida^ted Gold Com^y, 2# 
di2a 

— East Fiogall Gold Mines, 8 i^ 13' 
aand Deep, 28 d 9 

6t 



Mih 



k>ALIlKiEt8 IlTDkJC tO^^TBft tlkss/' ilBWSPA^Kft. 



[Oct. 1 to 



ICiiing Intelligence {continued). 
^ East KiiDd Gold, Coal and Estate Cotbpanj, 

24 4^ 
— Estates. 18 n 15 i^?^ n 10 i 

— RI Oro and Railwaj (^mpany. i1 d \\ ) - 
36 14 

-^ Rnffineers' Wages, 1 4 o 4 / 

-^ Enterprise Gold and Estates Com|)Any, 22 n 

nd 

— ^ Etnisean Oopper EsUtes, 25 o 12/— 27 o l2 

/— 2n t3d-16fi 14 k 17h IHa 
~~^ Fortuna Company. 21 olZd 

— Frontino and Bolivia (Soatb Adaeridaii) 
Gold Company, 2d \2h 

«^- Gaika Gold Company, d i 16 a 
^^ Geelong Gold, 14<j 17 a 

Giant Mines of RhodeMa. 4 n 12 <! -29 d'le 

i GibralUr Consolidated Gold Mines, \2n\ie 

m — Glen Deep, 25 a 10 i 

Gold from West Africa, 18 n 11 

GoldHelds of MaUbelelaod, 23 i 9 ^—80 d 

13 6 . 

—^ Great Boulder PerseTeratice Goldmining 

Company. 30^113 <l 
— * Owalia Consolidated. 24 a 14 a 

Ha«tings (British Colttmbla) ExpbratiOn 

Syndicate, 23 n 12 <{ 

Henderson*s Tradstaal Estates, % d\id 

i-— Henry Noarse Gold Company, 13 12 ^^ 

22080 
Hutti (Nitam's) Gold Mines, 24 n 14 <i—l li 

16 
—. Indian Glenrock rWynaad), 6 12 a 
«— Ivanhoe Gold Corporation. 19 12/ 
^ South Eitended Gold EsUtes, 26 14 

— 4n VI d 
Ai^ Jessie Gold Cumpany. 14 <2 17 d 

Johannesburg Gold Fields. 20 <{ 14 

*— > Jnmbo Gold (Company, 2^126 
fc-. Jumpers Gold Company. 29 o 4/ 
_ Kamfersdam Mines. 23 <j 9 0^29 d2e 

— Kent Coal Concessions, 21 I8 d 

A— Klerksdorp Gold thd Diamond Company, 

60 12 
^^^^ Knights Deep. ^d\^d 
-•— KofiFyfontein Mines, \^dn d 
db-^ Lace DUmoDd Company, 80 a l4 
— - Laguaas Syndicate, 23 n 12 e 

Lake View ('onsols^ 13 12 0—21 18 

«*-. Langlaagte Deep, 26 a 10 i 
-«-. Linares Lead Company, 21 18 i 

— Lisbon-Berlyn. 22 n 12^ 

— > Lomagttnda DeTeIe|)ment Company, 12 c^l2 
/^20d \4d 

_ London and Western Australian Explora- 
tion Company, 12 d 12 /~20d 14 c 

*^ Luipaard's Vlei Eitate and Gold Company, 

tiOd 13 

^-^ Manchuria Ancient Coal Workings in. Let- 
ter on, I 4 

Maryborough Letiathan Gold Minei, 14 d 

nd 

M Mertons Reward Gold Company^ 22 a 12 

^_ Midland Iron Cotopany, 22 a 12/ 

and Steel Wages Board. 2 d 8/~13 d 6/ 

m>~~ Millom and Asluun Hematite Iron Com- 



Mining tntelligedce (^Minued), 

— ^ Mills* Day Dawn Doited Gold Mine* Com- 
pany, 26 // 1 1 / 

Mineral Oiitpdt of Rhodesia, 15 d 10 tf 

-^— Miners* Federation of Great Britain. An- 
nual Conferende, 5 10 i— 6 o 10 i— 8 7 « 

— ^ Phthisis. 14 08 0..I6<I 12 

— — > Unions, Proitosed Anlalgamatido of, 2 d 
9^ 

<^» Mining Returns, sec eaek day*t pao^r 

— Mdntroie Gold And EkplOration Cdmpany, 
3n 13 

-^^ Moodie*i Gold EiplorAtiOd Conipany, 11 4 

\3b 

Mdtor MaodfAdtdrinflr CooliUny, 25 ti 12 

Mount Ljrell And RAilway Gomj^any, 10 a 

lid—^ISn 16i— l3i 16 b 

— Mountain Copper CdmpAdy, I «li/ 

~ MUnganA(CtiUIAade) CH>mpany 7o10/ 

— MurchiMin Associated Gold Miiie0,8O a 14 ^ 
f Froprieta^ (Transvaal), 16 a 14 

Myalls and Peak Hill Gdld Mines, 7 9 a 

^ — Mysore Reefs and General Exploration 

Cotnptiny, 2 <l 12 6 
— :^— United Gold Company, 81 i 111 

West Gold Conipany, IBdn d—ii d9 d 

Mysore- Wynaad Gold Company, I6dl7 d 

^^d9d 
^^ Nantyglo and Blaina Iron Works Company; 

New Gold Coast Agency. 8 ^ 14 i 

Miners* Hall at (Umbois, 24 7 



- Queen Gold (^ompaoy, 29 a 14 <f 
Karens wood, 16 il 14 
Rip Gold Company, 80 ^ 13 i 



— Niekerk, I80 12y 

North Kalgurli CompAny. 26 a 10 

White Feather Gold Mines, 14 a 12 0* 

22 n 12 
-^- Northern Territories and Smelting Coot* 

pany, 16 d 16 e 
Northumberland Mioers* and the Feder»- 

tion, 26 d 8/ 
— ^^ Wages, 21 n 10 0-I6 ^ IS <l 

Nourse Deep, 25 n 10 i 

Otis Steel Company. 4 10 0—7 o 10/ 

Ouro Preto Gold MiUes of Brazil, Sdlid 

•*— Palmarejo and Mezicad Goldflelds, 7 d Idd 
-i- Peak liiU Goldfleid, 17 1 1 ^ 

— Penrhyo Quarry Relief Fund, 12 a 14 
Perfecta bteel Tube Company, 14 d 5/ 

— Queensland Copper Company, 9 c< 13 
Reduction io the Price of Scottish Steel. 9 H 

Rezende (Limited), 24 o 10 e^8 n 14 

-^— Rhodesia Copper C^ompAny, Sdl6h 
Rhodesia- Matabeleland Detelopment Com- 
pany, 18 <l 16 r 

— Rhodesian Banket Company, 17 tf 16/ 
Goldfields, i d6d 

Rioe-Uamilton Exploration SyndicAte. 80 4 

Ud 

— Rose of Sharon and Shamrock Gold Minei» 
Sid 12 e 

Sabiira Proprietory Minea, 80 a 14 1/ 

-^ St. John l>el Key Compan^yi 80 • U 1—9 d 
13 d 



Dec. 31, 1904.] 



PUMES'S IMDEX TO "T^K TdtU " NCWSFAPuL 



M^ 



Wning InteHigwioe (eaMiiMAl). 

-T — E^nt> HoM <'pm|t*ny. ^ m 14 .1 , 

—— Scottl^ Auitrdian Conpuj, 4 n 13 (J-12 

■ '8e .. . , , _ ^ 

—v — r- HuhoDiluid Qald Compear, )S ■ 1^ a — 

29 H 14 

Hlnari' Wamt, 9 it Bi—H a */-~6 k 9 

^—SJiOtU Iron Company, Mil IS lit , .. 
—- .Bimiiwr and Jack PraprieUry lUitM, B ■ 

:_ Ht^th Ki^ii ooi^ fAai*. la « 1*^ 

KoH Deep iOjl 18 4 

WalMSteellW).-, Ifllli . 

.^ifettAfTica.lWpaiiy.aarf Wrf . , 

— r Stratlon'i Independence. 6 14 b—lll« it 
. d-a^^lSa-lTf/ '7 'V ,. , , 

QabiwA (Vntnl Gpld <'otif»nj. 80 ii 14 ^ 

— — Sudan BxpJontiun 8 d 16/ 

„Qald,Field. S o t:i ■ 

Sulphide Uorporatloo. R if IS t— 16 d 15 f 

Svcberiand BmT, t\i l4 4 

- Sjdnef aaibour CoIlieriM. 23 d 13 d; 

—~ Tanganyika Concauiooi, 13 a Vi o— IS a 13 
_ d-l8dl7 .... 

- Ta^iuh and Abouo Odld Companj, Is d 
"•. ,. - 

T«ti CtMiceMioni, Si a 14 /—SO ■ 14 « 

Thfjta Gold Mint*, SI i2 IR o 



— — TrantTaal EautM and Disrelapmeat Com- 

pant, ii ii3e 
'• — Doited AhodeiU Gold Flddi, 8 <f 14 d—\i 

d nd 



- V^ y. lO«aD^) Syndicate. dO a 14 ^ 

- Vl9lorUaiidQiiera (^dOampanT, I o 1 
WagM In, the iLnginatTJng Trade^lSa 



io rta Henfhjn Qu^rriai, 8 i 7/ 

-^ Weardale I.ead C'ompaoy,^ 6 a 13/ 

— - Weit NicholMD CUd Coippanj, li d IT i 

Ft^nd l^DC^al Qbid Campanj, l3iJ e 

RoodeiiooK Deepi 6,# 12 * 

WilioDi fnd, Clyde Coat ('ompaaj.lS ii 13/ 

Zanbeiia Exploring Conipany, 16 tf it a 

j-7 Zeeba^-U^ontaqa HIm^ H o 13/ 

UUnamiog ul Fan, Letter oa 96 a 13 d 
Hiuion to tba AaiyrlaD L'liriatiana, Metttof ta 
Aldpf, I1I<14/ . 

— to Deep Sea PuUs^iiien; Letter on, 3 ii 7 « 

of Help to Soatti Africa. 18 A7d 

;— , to Lepera in India and tlie Eaat, 6 a 14 J 
"'' - UFrederic) andlheNoWPriae. aiisi 

ill ( P. C.) OD Bir OUTer U>dge and Hmlhy, 
■ □ vfi d~2B o6a-2\) o8 a 
( W.) on ThefU an ItaUaii BaUwajt, 3» a 

koinEf KABEET:— 

— Argentina Municipal Loani, 1 n IS a 
.; — Boeno* Ajrea Oedulaa, ti a 12 a 

— Colombian Kxtornil Debt, »d I2d 
^— External Uebt of ■Junttmala, 2dUt» 
■^ — Notioea, tet (ixrjr auf'i papv 

— Prluea of Commuditiei, luj i6 t 

BaUwdrSluiret Market taaso^rvd^Vpapv 



J&T; 



Hoaer Ilaikat {eontiiauifi. 

Market, ., .„ . 

it\gf. Latter pa, 13 n It ft 



(iute ol the Market, aai anarf d^y't p 'par 
Itock BicbariRP, Letter po, 13 n.lt.t . 
'Writing Down" Conmla, Letter ao, 10 « 



Mongolia an Engliahm^aio. 3') a 0/ . 

Mnntaga WiUi.nii Blanket and Clothillg PoikI; 

Letter on ,!9 a 3/ 
Montroae(pnkeof)and Mendioily, 14 b 8s r 
Uoody (Major-Oea. J. M. D.l on the lte« Wu 

Offloe Reomiting.Si d 13 a 
Uoore (T. Wo on Uercaoiiie Marine OfBcer«,4 

Uoo)BaTtcBeT. H.}bal)ertiBiat^inUT Reurt 

Ii> i tf a 
Hordan^t ((}. J.),od the Uck bt Plajiog Field* 

deoadatti LettaroB. 



tn Lonilon, t ■ 6 a 
Uord (E. U.) ind Olgaoi 
16 rf 14/ , 



— on Che Con^ SlaU. in 12 f—Un \2 d . 

— And the lodepndonet Briga. Leiten on. 8 4 
7.,e-l9rt7a-iB<l*o 

Hbr)(an (Herbert) on a UitUader in Thanbt, 4 a 

Da 
—^ [P. C.)9n Londbn Pogand Smoke. 80 il 9a 
ribrlsy (John) on Librarvea, I9 i 1 1 a i 
Memorial College for Working Hen and 

Wbmar. 4 e «/ . . 

Hbroccu, Adair* of. 7B6a-13 a 4 a— I8et> 

— 2i06/-dn6e 

A.narchy in, 8oGa— ISdSa 

the AtLack on Sir UHrry Maclnn ,24 a 6 t 

—34 a 6 »— 26 a H J— 3H a S (—8 d S 6 
on tlit) TimtM Correapoiideiit at Taagier, 15 

CoaatTradeof. I»a3/ , , . 

— tlieCuodltlonof. I a&t—lio^f—niai 
— :-Cri>iiiD. 36il4a 

Finance*. lOa V t 

eMareot,to3b—7oie 

Lawleaineaain. 9il3> , i 

Hiiraleln. SiaSy-eaSJ'— 6 4 8 4~1 i 

i/~ nd Je , , 

— Reactian in. 30 i .1 d— 31 d 3/— )S 4 4a 

— ^ito^tion in. t)l d ie 
-— Suie of, il<i9fr-8iGi 

— ^ (be Trbublea in. ,1 4 a 4 a^l8 d S j> 

.Unreal in, 6 e 3 # -17 a 4 d-3 a 4 a—)li i 

— IheU'-BettledHtawof, ad,a7 a. ^ 
Murp*tli(Lor(l)iri Emt Wurceaterahira, i(0a6i| 
MorriifKariryjon Home oi HaooT.ry. I ■ II a 
Mort.)n (I :iia».) Tribnw w the tlemory j>t, 9 a !»/ 
MoHly (Allr«d)on American Induitrial Gondii- 

at UirminKham. 16 nti « 

or Diiinpi.iB, arlol3/ , , 

Ol. UrJ liiMpbtfry'd.-ipeeob, 9 J 10/, 

MuaqulMss, a l'r»Lucu^[i »L!>iiiiat. Loiter on, 16 d 



andUorae Breedio^, 1 a 3 a „ 

LetteraoQ, Ie6/-8a«d-4all/— B l 

9d~\liil0d-lia 10/— S!liBlld~IB a t/ 



Kot 



FALMER'a dlDEX TO ^ TRS Ttlin " NBWSPAPttU [Ooi. 1 M 




Motor Cart a New Teat for, 16 o IS ft 
^i*— - Speed of. 1 1 n 5 b 

— Qangea. the Heating of. 31 o 15 # 

Union and Uehting B^-Lawa, 14 d 16 tf 

Mount Pelee. Eruption of, 8 o 6 c 

— Letter on. di 12^ 

Mulligan (Jaa.) 00 the Propoaed School of Law, 

lOo I2r~20o }2t^2n4d 
Mammera In North Berka %Ad9a 
Manidpal Batha, Itf o \2/ 

(^oiporationa and Telephonea, 8 a9 a 

Eleotiona, 2 n 6 0^$ a 4 a 

Bnginaering on the Continent* 22 n 13/ 
' ■ ■ Letter on, 25 » 6 if 
MimDRBS:- 
•— * Allwood, F« B^ 11 9 a 
— — Copland, T. U.. 3 o 9 tf 
«•— Farmer, Matilda 18 o 9 ^—17 o 8i-^ d9/ 

Hewitt, Wm. and Isabella, 8M 4 c 

— — Kin(rAl«*y. a Woman named, 19 7 d 
•— M'Artbar, LooinH, » » 10 y 

•— Sohiuiilt a Man named, 7 n S/ 

m^~ Trnbahaw, Mra. Walter, and her Two 

• hildren 16 n 6/ 
^^^ Attempted, Tonham, Flora. 9 n 10 / 
Murray (A. O.) on Japan, Ruaaia and England, 

la I0a^-4ii Se 

■ on the North Sea Outrage 28 8 ft 

— ^ (John) on the Uoapital k'ennj Fund, 21 

6 c 
— -> (K. B.) on Mianaroing of Fura, 26 a 12 d 

— Type Writing Telegraph, 31 4 d 

Muaic and Dancing Lioencea, ^ n 10 e^A a 9 0— 

12 n 5y— 26 « 5 a 
Mufical Copyright Aaaociatioo, 1 12 if 
•■-i* Defence Leagu& »0 a 6 a 

— Piracy, 8 lu a— 22 9/ 
Maaidana' Company, 27 a 2 y— 8 i 12 a 

N. 
Kalkmal Art Collectlona Fund, Letter on. 4 n 9 « 
— — Aaaociation for the Feebleminded, Letter 
009 M d 9 a 

— and the National Special Schoola Un- 
ion, Conference between, 14 o 10 4—16 o 11 a 

■ of Grocer*' Asaiatanta, Dinner, 1 1 a 8 / 

— Benerulent luatitution. Annual Meetinff. 
26 a 16 J •' 

— Chtyaanthemum Society, \6d9d 

— Education Aaaociation, Meeting, 17 a 8/ 
— - Free Church ('Ouncil, Meeting, 8 a 9/ 

■ Labour Aaaociation, Annual Congreaa, 
18 12 a— 25 o lu d~2S o^d 

— - Hiatory Muaaum, Letter on, 4 « 7/ 
^— Hoapital for the Paralyaed and Epileptic. 
10al2/-16d7/ y >f t 

Letter on, 6 if 5 / 

*— Liberal Club, Dinner, 2 a 6 /— 9 d 8 / 

— ^ Federation, 14 a 9 / 

— - Orthopadlc Uoapital, 5 if 4/ 

— Phyaical Laboratory, 2 n 9 / 

— Poor Law Offloera* Aaaociation, Meeting, I 

H o C 

Poultty Organisation Society, 19 d 19 1^ 
Beform Union, Annual Meeting, 5 « 12 ft 
School for Phyaical Education Conference. 
Letter on, 24 a 14 « ' 

64 




National Hegiatration of Plnmbert, 9 if 7/ 
— — Soniety and Church Schoola, 12 a 6 ft 
■ ■ Letter on, 14 n 8/ 

for Employment of Bpileptica. 21 o 6 • 
Temperance Federation, tOoS/ 
Troat. 22d5b 
Meeting. 19 o 4 li 



— Union of ConaerTatire and Conatitutional 
Aaaociationa. Annual Conference. 28 6 ft-- 
29 a 11 ^-31 3 a— 26 n 8 a— 3 d 14 a-90 d 
6a 

of Women Workera, Annual Conference^ 



8 a 6/^9 a IO//..10 a A/--11 a 8 ft— 12 a 10 d 
Natural Qa« in Rucka, 21 4 a 

— Hiatory Muaeum, a Want of the. Letter on, 
I7a2a 

Naturaliiation Act. Sail ft— 3 if 8 a 

NAVAL AND HILITABY INTBLLiaBNOS '^ 

Admiralty Court, aaa AvuiUAVtt Covttt 

- and the War Office, Lettera on, 6 2/^ 

IO08 a 
-^ Ambulance Doga in War 22 a 18 rf 
^-« Appointmenta and Promotiona, bm €99rg 

d€tjf*» vaper 
— > Armuur PUte in 1904, 21 li 1 1 / 

Army Boot (>>ntracta, \9n7 d 

■ Council. Lettera on. 16 o6/-14 i 18 ft 
■ of Manohnria, 9 n 8 a— 8 if 6 ft— 16 i 4 ft 
—28 or 6 a 
— ^— Medical Baaerre. Letter on. 8 if 4 tf 
— ^ and Nairy Organisation, Letter on, 10 
l%h 

— — Beform, Lettera on, 22 d 9 a-27 </2/ 

■ on National Lineai 1 a 8 a 

Beorganiaation, Lettera on, 1 e 8 «— 19 

elOa 

Rifle Aaaociation. 21 if 8 a 

Scheme. Letter on, 10 a 10 a 

School Snoceaaea, 27 08/ 

Service C'Orpa, Letter on, 20 1 1 / 

Training in Suaaex, 5 a 8 a 

— the Aruuld* Forater Army Scheme, Lettera 
on, 18o2a— 15o 12 a— 18 9 2 iI*19o8 a— 21 
o 2 a— 4 <l 18 ft 

— Mr. Amold«Foater and Territorial Syatem, 
26m Uo 

— Hon. Artillery Company, 19 8ft— 12 a 12 a 

— Aaaiatant Clerka in the Bqral Nary, 19 d 
10 ft 

«— Auxiliary Foroea, 14 a 8 ft— 9 if 4 a 

— Baladaya Surrirora' Belief Fund, 14 o 8 • 

— Lord Balfour and the MUitia, 29 a 10 i 
-« BeHeTille Boiler, 14 a 8 6 

— Birmingham and the CoMatraam Qnardi^ 
ISd il0-l.i// 10a-29i A<f— S0if4d 

— the Biuck Pnno§, Launch of, 8 m 10 a— 9 u 
\0e 

— Booty on the Battlefield. Letter on, I80 12 a 

— the BrUannia Clata and Priae Liata, ijddd 
-^ Britiahand American Naval Policy, 27 if 3 ft 
—-^ Qovemment and Contraband, 4 a 6 a 

Proclamation of Neutftllfy, Lettera oo^ 



29a 8 CI — I dbe^Udid 

— Cadet Organiaation in the Cobmea, 16 if 14 tf 

— Cadetain the Boyal Navy, 19 d 10 ft— 22 d 
9 6 



Deo, SI, 19aiJ 



FALHBB'8 mDBX TO ** YHS TIMBB " MKWflPAPBE. 



Ai9 



Naval and Militwy InteUigenoe {eontinmd). 

( hannel Fleet. 16 d 14 ^ 

Coal for thf Royal Nary. 31 o 10 6 

«— Coaling in Neutral l:*ortfl. Letter on, 27 o 
6 d 

" Station Qarriaon QoestioQ, Letter on. 
14o6a 

v-^ Coloniee and Imperial Defenoe, Letten on, 
90dl5 a—^i d 8 a— 26 d 9 0—27 d 10 

•— - (Tommand of the tieas. l>tterf on, 20 il 15 
a*-27dl8 

i-^ CommiMioas of Inquiry and the Hague 
Conrention, Letter on, 24 a 8 a 

•— in the Uegular Foroea. 1 a 10 tf — 1 1 a 8 if 

— Gompuliory Thuning for Home Defence, 
Wall/ 

•— Dnke of Conoanght and the Army Tem- 
perance AMQCialion, 22d H d 
^— Contraband. Correspondence on, 19 6 6 
' Queatioo, Letters on. 21 10/— 7 nAd 
of War. Letter on. 22 d 7 

— ('Ottnty Cruiaert. '804/ 

— ('Ourt-Martial of Lieut. L. W. BrowelL 80 

mod 

^ '■ 00 Walter Jefferies. 5d \0o 

on Chief Officer Bichard Johnion. a <f 7 



/— 6 dXOc 

— -— on CpL John Lulce, 24 a 10 e—HO n \0 d 
•— in the West Indies, Letter on, 4 n 4 li 
— -> Death uf (>>mmander MelviU. 10 o 8 ft 

— Distrihution of the Army at Uumeand 
▲broad, 27 4i 8 e 

-»— sod Mobilisation of the Fleet, 12 il 4 a 

— the pominion, the TrialB of , 8 a 8 a 

•-^ Duties of Inspectors under the Inspector- 
General of the Foroea, 8 o 4/ 
^— Education of Army Ofllcers, 7 a 8 a 
~^ fimpluy meat of lieser?e tioldiers, Letter on. 
12 a 7/ 

for Time Expired Mdiers, 29 o 12/ 

-^ Essex ManmuTres, H a lU a 

— — the MiHX, PreseiiU^ion to, 22 o 7 a 

— Finance and War, Letter on. 1 d \S e 

— Fleets and FortreMet, Letter on, 27 d 
10/ 

•— Flogging in the Nary. Letters 00, 11 a 9 jT 
— 17o ttd 

^— Foreign Enlistment Aot, 22 4 9 c 
— Letter on, 3 </ 4 e 
Ffsouh Army Budget, iid^d 
F- ManwuTres, 1 10 # 
NttTy, 9 u 4 

— Gen, French on the Esse« Manosuf res, 8 d 
4 o 

— German Naral Estinutet, 10 « 6 ft 
— •— Man«UTres. 18 o 4 / 

— 8tr Ian aamilton's Nesr Appointment, 17 
490 

— Home Fleet and Cruiser Squadron, 81 9 10 
ft— 1 a to 6— 2 A lOft 

Forts, 14 a 8 ft 



— Honours for the Operations in Southern 
iiigeria, 29 lu a 

— aorses in Time of War, Letters on, 14 a 7/ 
—80 die 

Hospital Ships in Japan, Letter on, 28 4 2 s 
in TUne o( War, 6 4 ti e 



Kwval and ICiUtaxy InteUiMaoe (ooitfMicsd). 
— Imperial Defence, li J il « 
• Letter on, 9 li 8/ 



OrganisHtion, Letters on, 17 6 a— 22 a 

l2/'2o 080 

■^ India and the Army. Letter on, 10 o 12/ 
-«- Infantry of the Line -Terms uf .serTioe» 21 

08c 

■^ Inteniational Cooumsslon of Inquiry, 1 n 

aa 

Letters on, 2 a 8 ^17 a 9 <» 



Japanese Government Orders for England^ 

7a8ft 
— . Soldier's Outflt, 11 n 10 a 

— Jersev and the Army Council, 1 o 10 
Militia. 15 10 ft 

— the *' Kiiiies ** Band, Letters on. 17o6ii^ 
18o8i 

the King's Visit to Woolwich 18 4/ 

Lord Eitohener and the Indian Army, 9 i 

4ft 

Schemes, Letter (m 10 » 10 /* 
Ladyfmith iVlemorial Letter on, 29 e U a 
the Lance, I/Otter on. 24 <i 1,5 « 
at a Cafslry Wespun. 2a n 4 s 

iMunch of the Bfit»naia, iOd 12 ft— 12 4 

6 d 
— — of a Neir Turbine Steamer. 2S i 8 
— — Long fiernce iVledal fur Alilitia and Im- 
perial Yeomanry. 9 a lO i 
— — Gen. Lyttehon and the Army Connoil, 12 
d8# 

al the Hoyal Mihtary College 22 </ 9 ft 

the Aiuje tio. Explosion in, 18 <i 12 ft— 24 d 

4s 

Making of British Meraantile Marine ON 

fleers, Letten on. loAo — UoHa 

-— the Miuachnfuftu^ ifatal J£xplo<lon in, 16 i 
12 ft 

Mediterranean Fleet, MoTomenU of, 19 o i 

e— 24 ^ c~t8 old 

— Mercantile Marine Officers. Letter 00, 4 n 
\0d 

— ^ Middlesex Imperini Yeiimiinry. 2H n 8ft 

— Atltitary liiduuation under the New War 
Office, Irt n loa 

Officers' Education, Letter on, 10 a in & 

^1 Prisoat. 12 o 4 a 

— Training of Japanese Youth, Letter on^ 
12 12 s 

in S«*con«lary ScluMils. S a 1 ft 



— MiUtia and Foreign Hervice 20 tf 1 1 <f 
——Movements of d, M. Ships. t9 'infUr kavai* 
AND MlUTAJtT, in sasA (latf*« f»aptr 

National Artillery Association 24 a 10 s-« 

20 a 10 s 

bervioe Lesgue, Vfeetlng, Halls 
NaTsl Appoiiitmeiit«. 12 ri 8 /> 
i;osliug eorts, itin^ d 

— Lotses in the vVttr, L.etier on. 21 d 10/ 

— and M Unary Expenditure, Letter on. 1 a 
12#-4o8cr 
-— Nary and the Colonies, Letter 00,214 

10 s 

-*— and the Empire, 7 d 8 # 
— ^ Health of the. 29 a 10 

aud die ckteam Coal fiupply, 2ia 10a 

«6 



P»9. 



fASMw^ s rapfx ^ «^ TW Ttip»»t' ^fwafAfiim 



[Qpt. !♦«, 



KaTtl an^ Military (nteUig^nce (romtmmmi^. 
I — Neutrality and Mediatioa; Lefeto^ on,' 28 a 

Nev Battlethips. 8060 

■ Coal Transporter, 25 o 8 < 

■ Dlreotor-Qeneral, Armj Medical Sanrifie, 
24cl7.d * 

French Gnn, 26 4 9 ( 
GoVeirnor of'CheUea flotpital, 18 4 11 • 
• Gibraltar, 20 </ 1 1 «l * ^ 



Qoiu'fdr the Army, ^ tf 9 / 
^Al AppbintmenU, 19 n lt> a 
Wkr qi^ce Recruiting, Letters on, 1 4 4 
6-16 <l 50^4 d 13 * 



'f>f 



Beeerya Squadrons at Home Ports, 16 ^ 

Troopship IMMn^ 24 d 4 « 

Zealand' Publiof Slchool Oadete, 39 a 7 / 



-^ N^port MarKst Arnlj ' Training SchooL 
" Wesiotirtsi^ 23 « 8 jT* ' ' ' ^ 

— - Pp^rationf in Somaliland, 4 11 8 

Qr^dnadce lMUeg^4 ii 8 7 ^ ' 

rr^P'F W*r°^« ^^ Maodji^rja, ^di^ .-lO 

- ^ Letter op, 28 i 80 

t — f ensfons foi Iddian ' Mntjay yelsfmo^ 28 

^— Portsmouth. Fatal Mishap at, 29 j| 10 c^ 
' 30a lOr ' ^ ' - • • 

^^ Practical War Training. Letter on, 4 • 6 s 
^-^ Pretedtation'to the Cruiser CSwiuonU. 21 d 
' %d ' ' ' ' •* • ■• * - ^ 
»i- Promotions in the Bojal Nafy, 81 <i 10 / 
i^ Que^hknd the ^jsi'Westf Surrey Begf- 

— mem. 12 o 4 h ' 1 . 
i*I^ Uearmament of the ArtUlerj, 15 d 7 a^8Q 

a 4 c/ 

— Kecruiting Problem. 21 li 8 

- — Re erilistknent of e)d-Soldii»r« 24 di/ 

— » HeorganizAtibn of the Indian Armj , 23 a 4 if 

i Wa** Office 16 £i i» rf ' ' -♦ • 

— Kesbrre Fteet 9id^d 

t.^ Keiurh of the Buffs, lO d in 
of the 1 6th. Laiicers, fl a 8 c 
Lord Roberts on Camp Training, 12 <f 6 
Bbyai ArtiUery iii Indik: 16 n 10 e' ' 
Military 'AcNdeiby. Woolwich, 2\ d 8 d 
NsTiil College U^eenwiuh. ^09/ 
^ Bo^pitoL daslar, 20 6'd 
— Vofunteer Keser^e. l;& if 6 « 



^-~ ituial Uepo'pulation and Heoruiting, Letter 

* on.Uo^tftf'^ • 

^ii!. Hufsian Afmy. 22 <l 9 
z^ — Biadf s^ Flt^et. Letter on, 1 a 10 a 
^— bchuoU'of'the Kmjnre 'shooting ilalch, 20 
-rfli's' ' ' ' •■ ' • -^ 

.X Short Kifle. lu u 12 i— 23 d 8 6 

Z bidt Ho^ in i'eact* and War, 16 « 4 a 

Z. b<>idiecB* Home lu Newcastle; 14 4 j^ 

z South Africa^ War dooOurs, 24 1{ 4 4 

,; biaftCollege. Ild8i-21e8</ 

^.^ Siil>ply of Horses in War Tfme, 8 d 15 
=;. SurviTuJrsuf NaTs^rind, 28tf 8'^ 
^.^ Tib«C ..onuurs, M d iOa' 

MiMSion, 6 4 10 11—7 d 7 0->"lO d.l2 



10 



Narat and MlUtary JjMfigmce (jMrntpt^ 
^^ TeiVitorial Reglidents, Uetter oh, tl S 13/. 

Torpedo Boat Cohstruotion. 8 i 8 a 

Trafalgar Day, S'e 8/— 17 7 if— 220 70— 

24 70 ^ ^ 

-^^— ;- Letters on, 21 7/— ^06 a 
^-^ Training of the 1st Army Corps, ^0 8 » 
TurbinM in tHe Nayjr, t9 a 9 ^ 

«— Sir A. B. Turner on' Army Return, 8 1( 10 
— ^ United States Na?al Offlcert, :I4 o 9 A 

UnifeMt/Cancidatee t&t tbs Annpr, \\d, 

60 

— ' Albert Yickers on Naral Armament, 4 a 8 ft 

Vtcto^^ Cr6ss: 10 4 12 * ' 

— =- Victorian Council of Defence, Letter on, 12 

o\i9 .... - 

— ^ War Memorials, 8 4 /*— 8 6 0- 10 8 0— 
1^ il— 14*0 8 '0— rr </8 d— 24 d 8 0—26 o 7 
if— 29 14 0-81 o 10 0-1 a 10'»-5 a 8 0—7 
1I8 a— 12 a 12 i— 18 n 6 *— 28 a 12 0—28 a 8 
5— 10 <r 1 2 0— 17 il 9 4-21 ^ 8 <f 

• OflSoe and Ciirreipondents, Letter on, 3 • 

Shipments of Welsh Steam Coal, 7d\20 
— ^ Welsh Coal add BeUi^r^ntt; 5 li 10 0-6 dC 

7 >-MrflO0 . ' i . 

— ^ White CVoss Leaflfue, Letter on. 6 6 ft 
—— > Wdunds in 'Russo-Japanese War,' 27 if 8 
Nafy Le«fifue.lo6> -t8 6 90-29 d7/ ' 
•1— Americaii Branch of the, 16 a 9^ ' 
-=^ and the « 'olonles,'Lettslir on, 6 o 12 

Dinner, 22 o 7 

" ' — LetUfr on'. 27 i{ 2 
Needham Penny Bank ITaUure, Letter on, 28 a 5 

'0-2'dlO S • 

Nelson (Cord) Centenary of the Deafli of, Let- 
* tbr on, 21 6 2 ./ ' 

• • • DisooTeiy of Two Portraits of. Letter on, 

6060' * • 

—-Belies, Letters on. Sail /— 8 a 15 0— 21 a 

Stetue of, at the Royal NaTil Ccdiegto, 8 o 

Nelsbn's Tea Cnstomers and Pensioners, 6 d IS 

'0— I3d97 ^ ' 

Nerri as a Wint^ Resort, Letter on. 10 d 6 
Neriods Diseiiks BMMh Fund. \Bd 7/— 17 d 

New Fiscal Blue Book, 22 d 10 a -27 d 10 a 
-:-l Great S«iil, 2 d 5 y 

— Method df Acquiring Wealth, Letters on, t 
ir 8 0— 9 iT 9 0— lit d 6 '0— 12 dr f 8 / 

-^ Pianof6rfee MusIq, 28 d %f^t»d 9 6^29 d 
Iiyj-30<I2/ • • - - ' • - 
— * Shop Hours Act. 24 a 6/ 
IffiW 80U1B WALB8:-' ' 

— Bud^'6080 

-^^ Increased Pr^perity in. 20 d6 
-^ MieceiisJaeous News, l5 8 «— )l d 3 d— 22 
d 9j' ' ' * ' ' • ' ' 

— Keyenue. 1 m 6 a 

-^ Ne«r V^bonds' Clah« Dinner, 90 il 5/ 
— Wortley, Owning of a Kew ConsdrratiTtf 

Clabat. 10 07 /' 
NBWZEALAlrD:- 
^-^ Case of Gupt; Seddon, 14d50*S2d8«-* 

23d8 



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Kew; ZeaUnd (0oiKtiiii0(i^ 

^-^ anil ChineM Labour; 8 a 6 a 

— Fiiiaoctf. 26 6/ --4 a 1 1 b-^iS n 3 d 

High CommiMiooer'^ t^ry, I'do ^'d 

Legislation u a'o e^90 d lu'd 

— Loan. 27 o 3/ 
— * Mr. '8tfd(loa n Speech. 1 o 5 il, 

- the Urewrera Vlaoria' Letter on, 16 44/ 
Kfwbafj FuUie Mustfuia, 2tf o &» « 
Newcastle i-ity Coaiicii; ^Heeting, ^dAd 
l^ewfoandUnd. Wo^ b 
' — and tiie Anglo-Freiich CoQireQtioQ» 13 d 6/ 

EleOtldns. I'inl d 

Letter on. 7 n tt b ' 

Newuham College. Cambridge, 81 o 9/ 

Kewspapeir Amalgamation, 12 a 11/ 

~ — Society and Goye^bmeot FabUcatioQi. 1 a 

KewtoQ (H. A.) on the Lioenaing Act, I dli b 
MliXT OF Xlfir— P£BSOf^S VITANTfli) t— 
' — Arbuaih, Bmlly ifanhah, %d i b 

- Baktr.EUia., ISdib 

Bell Herbert, i a r * 

Bright. John. 24 b 1 ft 

-^ — Browd, Winifred. 9 W 1 6 

Campbell, Herbert, WiU of , 4 o 8 

Carnie ftev. J. W7, 14' nib 

CoaU, P. D..17al6 

Hughe)i,Jaiie, 3dl b 

^— — J ones,' John, 91 61b' 

P^raine. T. £., 4 e 1 ft 

^-* UndeWood, itfary, 12 o 1 ft 

' — Weideotoholer Carolim^ 8 il 1 ft 

WiUk,' Anna German, 20 i 1 > ' 

Nigeria, Mineral Ueeonhdee of, 1(4 7/ 
KobeiPri^s, l2'</6u ' ^ 

Mordenskjdld (Dr.) at the Sorbonno, Letter on, 

20<I12« 

Norfolk (Duke of) on Bifle Shooting at a Winter 
^ Erening Ponnit. 4 n 10 « 
— — Patriotic Asaudation, Annual Meeting, 18 

• lift * 

Kurris (K. SO on the Arrangement with Ba4M*> 
-3n7/ ■ ..... 

Norih Agricultural Asaociation, 23 4 6 e 
.^— Berks, Mnmm^re iii; 24 i< 8 a ' 

- Ea»t^n Hospital for i*bildren, Hackney 
Boad, 2o o 4 6.^2 m 8 ft— 4 a 7/»2d n 1 1 T'-f 
d 130—13 d 9/— 17 d 8 a— 28 d 8 ft— 29 d5d 

Lettei-fl 00, 2»'e IC 0—8 n 8 0-^28 a 4/ 



— of fiD^iand Education Coofe'renee. 24 1{ 10 a 

Queedalkad (Bp. ol) 00 Immi|«ration« 8 2 ii 

— Sea Ontitege. cM Wab nr tbm Fab East 
BuliieFteet 

— ^ Worcbat^hire Gontenratira and Liberal 

Unionist Associations, I60 6d 
Northern CoiinUes l£ducalion League, Annual 
^Conference, 2811 8/ ' 

— Nigeria, 20 d 4 « 

— Union of l^oserratiTe Associations, An; 
Dual Meeting. 11 a 8 d * 

Norttnunbarland Miners' GbanoU, 28 if 8 if 
-:-. Wolf at Large in, 8d 7 i— 19 <l 9/— 214 V 
Norton (D.) on the Colonies and Inperial De* 
-tenoft, 27 4 10 . . 

Norwegian Club, AnmuL DisMr, 84 11/ 
Storthing, 180 a <l ' 






Norway and Sw.eden, 8 a 5 ft 
Norwich ^at Stock Show, 18 i^l2 a 

— Law Students' Society, Annual Mfiptifig, 16. 
IO0 ^ 

Notable Women Exhibition, 8^4|ll 
Nottingham Lace Trade, 2'^ a 9,i<-12.4.8/--l6< 
49c " 

— and, Notts Sanatorium. 8 a J 6 « 
Nunn(t^ il.)on the lJnemp{oye4. 11 n.ip« 

Q. 
Ober Amiqergi^u Cot^ge Hospi^ Letmcon, 16. 

»6ft ' * " 
Obsolete Ari(hmetical,Tabl«*s,. liotter 09. 4 o JO a. 
O'Brien (\Vm.) on Peace or Str^e in Irpl^ud, 26^ 

2/ 
O'Connor (T,. P.) and^the Iflfh Vote in.Scgstlaod^ 

19 4 8 a 
Ogden*s Bonus Association^ 19. a 9/, 
Old MiUhiUians' Club, Ann^^, Dinner^ aj o3«. 
*V01d Moore's Almanac " Le.((j^on, 3,i^;i2/ 
Oldenburg Su9pes«ion, 8 6' ^C 
Oljrmpia .^otor Shuw. 17 4,12 ft 
Omnibus Complies— MotojrServkse, ia,e/»/<- 

29 14 6 ^^' 
Q^low (Lord) on, Agriculture, I6OJO0— 21 a^ 

100 ' 
— ^ in Glasgow, 27 o 5 . 

— at Quildfu'rd. 4 a 5 r 

O. P. Club, Dinner. 31 7 a 

Open Spaces, 4 n lO0-19;i 6/i^2l •.S.e-lO^i 

*'4_a. '»v# ■•♦»^ «A ■ 

10/. 
Operetta by Heydn, 7 o,7 4 
O^lum Question^ 12 4 4 /. 
Oppenkiefm (L.) qn Booty^ on th^ B^UleQ^d. l^^ 

12 
— ^ on Liyerpool and Contraband^ of War, 8 d, 

-^on the Proposed Hagu^Co9Yentioq^2H e8ft, 

Optical Society, Vi • 3 jf 

Qiraomore and dTniwne ( Lord) on .th^ Irish , Re* . 

' form Associil^tion. 28 0,1 4/ 
Orders in (-ounQfl, 29 o 8 a -»29 e II 4 
Ordinations, »^B0 C'hubob or ENaLAHO , 
Orphan Working school. A6066 
— ^ and Ale]pindra Orphanage, Proposed ^mal^ . 

gamation ofri7 a 8 
Orwell Corinthian Taobt Cln^ Dini^, 22 a 7 0, 
Oswestry, Treasure Truire at. 18 tf ll 4 ' 
Oudh lalnqtUvrs. Letter on,, 608/' 
O.ferwork at'the London County Council^ Ad^ca- . 

tlon Office, Letter on,' 12 ^ 14 6 
Ownership of Drawings,; 22 d6o , 
Oj^ord College KeTenueiu~2i n 12 . 

— ^ Colonti^ Oiub, DiniieV. 15 a 8 

— -^ Higher tocal Exaniijiation, 28 4y4 4, 

— House. Anunal Meet^ig, 15 a 4 c 

— Union Sgciety. lo a I d — 3() a 8 a 
OXFOHD a)V<^£BSIT Y i - 

— ^ Alfred, tiieit's Gift to,. 23 a 7 / 

— - Appointments. 4 6 0—14 9 0—8 a 4/— 9 . 

a 10/ 
— »<p Awards, 8 90— 19 e.lO 0—99 190—15 «, 

8 s— 14cid> 

CItU Service of Indla^ Candidates, 3 ii4/ 

—^ Convocations, 10 o 5 4-*r2l 4 «^ a 10// 

—17 a 8 ' 



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PJU.MBE'a IHIMBZ TO '^ THB TUfU ^ MBWIPAKIB. 



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— OongregatioRB. 21 o^O'-W n^/^\9 dlOo 

Deirreet, 21 o 4 0— 11 », H / — •»<< 10 e 

— - Dcle^cjr of Non-Coli^ate Students Pre- 

tented to Oonyocntton, Annual I^ppit, ^ nl d 
-^- Blections. 17 o 7/— 24 q 8 <*— 25 o 7 <2 -4 n 

4 «— 18 ft 6/- 29 fi »y— 29 n 5/ -6 <^ 6 if -M ^ 

11 a^\Sd 11 d-15^ff d— 16 ^9^41-17 <f 12. 

^-.19 4 10 0—90 i 8 (/— .22 i 4/— 28 li 7/-24 

i 8 0—26 <i 8 ^ 
^;— Prof. C. H. Firth's In^iwind, t^ectore, 10 n 

—— Dr. Fowle?, lUneM of. 1 7 o 7>; 

• Qrants 17 f|, 8 0—7 d 10 

•1-. Lev'turae. 29 o 10 

. — MUoelUneoii^B News, II o 9 6—26 9 7 9--I 

11 «/— 9 » 10/— 7 i 10 r 
_ Bp. Mitchinaon, Preten^atipii of his ^lor- 

^riit to. 7 cr 10 c 
^— Qtt^etloD d (Hmipiilaory O.reek. HO a 10 a 
i— Bhoi«ee SehplAn. ts ^Jr- 13 o 6 a 
_ Scholarship*, 8 a 6 i 
— Select Preachen, 5 << 6 4 
^-. VniTerait.v Oajeiidar foe 1904-8, 10 a 6 ^, 
» Eztenaion Delegacy, i^nnaalBeppfl,94i 

8e 
^- Vicarage of l^rlcdale. 8,i| 4/ 

P. 

Jadflp Enlpntlop, 18 o 7 « 
age (i;. £L) op thp Hsgistratipp of Tea^piipi. 1 

o V/ 
Pan-Anglipap,Opnf^^en^, 8 n, I2 « 

Janama, tie Cppdiiipn of, 80 4 18/ 

Z aod the Unified Steton, 18,q 8 li 

Paria Aatomobile >hifi%t i^ ^ ^. <<~22 i. Q.ci— >28 

i^'a 

,^J. Oopaampt^n o^ Horeefleah, Letter op, 20 d, 

IO0. 
Parker (B H.) op, Rpmpn Oatl^pUcs in Qirfnn, 1, 

^rll/ 

^1- (L.) on. ti^p Wyeapd Birnvingham, 1( i 4/ 
Parkintoi^ (W. W.)on i i^fis^e^Beer in. V^ork* 
honsee. ^d6 d 

farhament Prorogation of, 26 0. ^ a 
ABLIAIIBNII^ABT FA,PI£K8:- 
_ Conditiou of Armeiiifi. 1 1 o 6 6 
.—. Continental Free Forte. 8 e.l^ a 
^•. U^e Detention of the Ctptftiit W, i^^ufZ/, 

16 d 14 
^^ Merdjifnt Shipping (Lo«a of Life). 16 0.9 < 
«— Bcport on the i^rorinoe of, dw-chwim, 27 ^ 

: Uganda, UnlOtf 

(aitnershipe Diaeolred, aee •perjf W*dfiMf^<$f^'9. 

ana Satutdaift paper 
Pws'iye kesiaianoe. II 8 0— 17 a'* «-^<) ^^.«! 

— la lUrf— Ittal4i*-I7d 12 1; 

l^^tteron. 15<i li b 

.* BeaiBiere, Ditfrpiichiaed, 22* a 7/ 
. the Votea o(, iu o 6/ 

Jaaamore Edwards Bettlement, 22 46 c^ 
at^t Law, Letter on, 4 4/ 
, Office, 6 a 12 If 

ialtenmakera Company. Dinner,. 16 ct&it 
anMrism, the InorWse of, 26 0. 1 ^ ^ 
.s- Letter on, 80 tf 9 li. 



Paaperism of St. Qeorge's Hanover Hoaare. 99^ 

d 90 
Peace Conference, 2»o 6 /— 96 06 /—I n 6/— 

1la8A-i6a6 0-17ii3(r— 21 n 6 a— 29 a 8^ 

i-2Saaa— 26ak7 0— 9i»8 6— 8 </ 7 0— 19 <i 

6 0-26 i 40. 

— Letteraon, 980.8 ft— 12 a U#' 
onBartl^ Letter on, 'id did 

— Society an4 Arbitntion, 90 d 15 a 
— or Strife la Ireland, Letter on,^ 26 o 9/ 
Peace (Sir Walter) Dinner to. 9 a. 6^1^ 

— ( Walter), on the. Marine Insu;aiioe Marked 
8o8,rf ^ 

PesrsallcH.DOon Hampstead Ujsath Exten- 

siop and a Qflrdea Saj>urb, 99 </ 9 a 
Pearson (— ) and the Stondord^ LfUers-on, 91 % 

19 e— 29 a 8./— 98 n 6 0—94 a 7 0—95 a 4 <i-* 

26 n 14 a— 28 n 9 dSO a 7 
Pease (H..P.)on Mr. A«iiiith's A,ttack on fiCr.^ 

Bslfonr, 15 rt tf 
PedraU, Possibilitieiiof tfatf, 24 <i iOd 
Peorhyn (Lord) and his Workmpn. 10 d 12/- 
Penrose Nemprial Fund, Letter on, 8 a 10 
Peivy (Lord) at Derby, 11 a 8.5. 
— — on the Future of Parliament lfid9/ 
<-?- at Und^ei«fl0ld, 96 a 9 dl 
— ^ in. Kensington, 5 a. 19 

at Perth, 91 d, 12/ 

a^ Woroe«ter, 10 tf 6 d 

P^a, Britiah Mission to^ 18 • 8/ 

(XBpers Attacked in, 4 a 4 a^ 

«-r- •Commercial Miasion to» 8 a 11 / 

— Reported Attacic on a, British, ()oDfol, 98 «, 

Shph.of, apd the. Pow;er8, 80 a 6 

P^ian Gulf, Gasetteer of thp, 90 d9/, 

.Mission to 6ussi|i, 9 <f 8/ 

Pi}smipr, 7 8 5 

— Trade lietums, 26. <f 4. 5 
Per^, the Condition of, 15 o 6 0. 

— MpanQe,8 a ia. 
^erufion Coiporatiun, 5 a 18.5 

I'hiiae. Temples, Letters. on, 1 11/,— 17 12-4. 

— Irt09r 

— -- Famine a. Arohitpctnre, Letter on, 1 a 1 1 
riljlippinps, Americans Ambuiihfd in the 15 a 5/ 

tbtLDelwaMi'Apostplic.to the. 21 o 18 < 

Phililmore (W. P. W.) 00 the L«w> duciety an^ 

its Libri^ry* ^9 Sd 
Ifhillips\M. B.) on the Poor Cle^y EUlief iJor- 

poratiun, 10 d 19 
Physical Condit^ of Working Class Childrtn, 

29.0 <>0 
— * D«teriorati(m and.Temperanpe, 8 a 6 5, 

— £dtt(|atmit Letter, on. 22 a 2 

— Xraioinff THshoUrshipt, 18 <f 4 5 

?iimo.of th9 2>i»0MMry, 1 a. 18 a 
iccadilly, Wideuing of, 9 <2 9 a 

— Lettpr on, 12 tf 15 5 

Pi<Sk«rsglli (B, U.) on the Ooostitatlonal, Aspect. 

of the Beck Case, 8 d 4 d 
Figoit (T. DO on Familiarity Bfoeds Conleapt^ 

14 0.5 / 

— on Hooka, 80 i 5 a 

Pilgrims and the American Squadron, 96 o 10 li 
Pimiioo Ladies* Association, Letter on, 98 a 44 
Jfipqr (H. A.^ on th^ 6iae of £oH Cardih 7 si/ 



Deo. 81, 1904.1 



lPALMkli*8 dftbkl TO ^^tHBTlMlS^ iffc^HPAlPlER. 



t^oi 



Pirated Music. 9dU d 
Pitm%a*s Metropoltlan School, 31 d 7/ 
Plague, 8 o 4 a^S o 4 a— 8 o i 1 a— 10 o 4 a— 14 
o4<»-31 o6tf-7fi4<y— 14 a 4 k— 16a6»- 
21 ii 6 6—23 K 3/- 29 a 5 /-SO a 9 <<— 5 <i 6 
r-18 d 6/^16 d 5 0-20 <l 6/— fil <i 4 a-28 
a8y^26i4<;>28 d^e 

— at Bangkok. 24 <i 4 a 

in the Port of Londoo, 7^64 

Planet^ Discovety of a New. 23 a 8 1^ 

— Distribution of, 8 o9 /— 11 o 10 » 
Playgoers' ( Uub. 7 nSc^&d 15 d 
— ^ Annual Meeting, 1 1 • 4/ 

— House Dinner. lOo 4^ 

Playing Card M&kera' Company, Dinner, 12 d 

18/ 
— ^ Fields in London, the Lack of. Letter on, I 

Plumbers* Company, Dinner, 9 i 8/ 

List of (^Uccessf nl Candidates, 30 // 8 ft 

Plummer Towelb, Newcastle-on-TJrne, 26 « 6/* 

^did 
— - Letter on, 9 a 11 ^ 
Poe ((?ol. W. P.) on l>evolution ill Ireland, 5 a 9 

d-M a9 
Poland, Disturbances in. 80 i 3 s 
POLIOB:— 

^— Advice, Person for. 24 o 11/ 
— — Aerated Bread Company, for Selling In- 

ferior Milk, 3 a 12 / 

— African Mines InTestment Company, for 
rompaioes Act Offence, 9 a 3 « 

^^ Aicard, Louis, for Forgery, 21 • 12 ft 

— Alexander Theatre, for Licence, 29 « 8 
«^ Amies, Bobt.. for Poasesaiog Diseased Meat, 

fdd 12a 

— Anderson. J. fi., for Assault, 10 a 12/ 
^k— Archer, Qdo., for Adulteration. 19 11 5/ 

^^ Archibald. John, and another, for Pocket 
Picking, 29 <2 1 2 a 

Ashforth, G. H., for Fraud. SdlSd 

^- Ashworth, Wm., for Stealing. 15 a 4 li 
«— Atkins, S. C, for Stealing, 17 <i 3 a 

1^- AyreS| Wm., for Posaessing Diseascfd Fish, 

18n4 ft 
.— Bailiy, F. W., for MansUughter, 11 08 i— 

I806/ 
-•— Baker. C, for Cmelty to a Horse. 6 18 ft 
I Horace A^ for Railw^ Fraud, 26 a 6 ft 

— — Balderson, Alfred, for Fraud, 12 a 6 a— 19 

a 6/«-26 n 10 a 
«— Banks, Rich., for Begging, 12 n 6 a 
*— - Barham and Mirriage. and others for Mis- 
demeanour, 7 d 17 # 
«»«. Barrett, Qeo., for Keeping a Disorder^ 

Bouse, 22 d 13 a 
«*-!. Baylis, H. K, for Bailway Fraud, 6 il 16 a 

Beasley, John, for Cruelty to Birds, 4 a 13/ 

«^ Bellot, Antoine, for Larceny, 22 a 13 «--20 

•■— Bennett, Stanford, Captain John M., for 

Assault, 7 7/ 
' — Benstoy, Hwiy, forFimad, 4e 10 e^U e 

13 0— 26rl^# 
«i» Beran, —, for Illegal Distraint, le8tf 
.«— - Bishop; A. Cm for Stealing, 16 8 /* 

John, lor Negkoiuig hie Children, 1 it 1 6/ 



Pollne i^eanti^ed). 

— Blsffdeo, B» A., for Non- payment of i Fee, 
8*13/ 

Bonhani, PoUce-CM)iisUbl^ for AMault, 1 li 

Borland, J. E.; for Baiikruiktcy Fraiid, 22 6 

18 a 

— Bourn^ t'rank, and others, for Steiling, 3 
D 13</ 

— - Brann, A. i^ for MUdemeanodr, 28 a 12 
— 6</15a~12il6<; 

— Bregftzii, Jos , for Siisaling, 2 <f 13 d 

— Bridges, Chas., and another, for Cruelty id 
H Horse. 1 a 16/ 

Brien, Michael, for Atteolpted Suicide, 26 

dSe 

— British Oil and Cake, Mills Coolpany fo^ 
Misdemeanour, 8 o if 

Brooks. Wm., for FiUioils Motor Car Driv- 
ing. II oH/ 

— Brou^h, Chi»s, for Fraud. 26 <t l2 a 

-— Brown. Benj.. and others, for Burglary, id 
oil/— 17 o 12/ 

fieir. J. J„ fcir Drdiikednesa, 14 a 12 /— 

1711 iHii 

Thos^for Fraud, 8rf.4/ 

Buck, Chis., and another, for Killing ad 

Osprey. 24 8/ 

— Buckner, Henr^, for SmugtUog* 21 e 12 I 
Bumdred, J6s. and Kllen, for Murder, 5 d 

10 « 
^-^ BamUam, W. Bl, for Fdrioos Motor Car> 

Driving, I 3# 
— - BHiT^ Qeo., for Attempted Fraiid, 26 d 

12 a 
— - Carter, Albert, for PoBseasin^ Diseased 

Meat 12 02/ 

Geo. dnd others, for Betting, 14 1^ ISl / 



— Chaddook. F. W., for Not Maintaii:(iiu( mn 
Wife, 9<tfl3a 

— * Chapman, John, and gnotheir, M Nestlect-' 
ing their Children, 3 o 18 <l 

— Charritigton, T. B., for Bmbe^otent, 14 d 
ll/-28o2« 

— Cbild«, AomleC. F., idt Ffttnl 24 d 11/-^ 
26oi8(T 

-^— . CUiro, Antob PaCifl, for ^Mer, fiOfiie 

Clarke. Albert, for Stealiog, 4 o 10 d 

-— Clayton, John, for Bsoaping troui PiisoU^ 

I7il3a 
— -» (Clifford, Dr., for Non-^ymtont of Baitei, 1^ 

d 12 ft-80 d 4/ 
^ Clover, Annie^for Stealing, l^dlSd 

— Coe, J. C.,- f6r IBegidly Performing a StiQg^ 
Phy, 14 a 12/ 

^ Cole, Annf E^ for Neglecting hSsr Childxeii 
l9dU€ 
— ^ Colliers, for BMch of Contract l7 7/ 

Collins, Alfred, for Intim&dcUDn, 23 2 « 

— i^ Edw., for Misdemeanoufr, 20 e 12 / 

John, for Assault, 8 « 8/ 

oasE. Cook, J. A^ fof SteiSing. 28 tf 8 ft 

JaCffot Loiterii^, 9d4 f 



~ CoOiMbes, A^uritee, fbr Forgery, 2fl ^ 18 ^ 
— Coopel', Qeo. and. Co. lor Truck Act Of ^ 
feA6(?.v 2a 18 « 
^a^^ H. T., Idr Fnnid, 16 a 16 ft 



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VaYjibb's 'ilfbix t6 *^ thk %if bs ** nwspkpKR. 



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^^o& (continue ^. 

— Cooper, Joiin. 'for )^raod, 17 n 18 cf 
«-«- Samuel, for Fraud. SO a S d 

Copp, Hew, Kicbard fo<r Fraa^, 6 b lA & 

-^ Co«teriiionKerB fur ObBtractiqh, I a 15 e 
'=-— Courtein, EtfieL for Assault 2l a 16 « 

" CoVlett. CharlM.^nr Assaalt 27 d 12 dt 

"^-^ Oojma, H. M^ for Bgnkraptcj Fraud, 21 o 

12^ 
~ Crabli, H. B^ lor E^benlemeiit, 1 1 o 4 / 

CraYen. A. B., for Assiult, 28 i 2/ 

'='— CreiipigDy, dharlet, C. de., for Obstructioo, 

2911 8 « 
•i— Orotlbh. Henry, Tor Permitting liraakeQ- 

YieM. 21 o 12 i 
^ — Oif^icksbtok. R. C. for Murder, 2 n 9/ 
^-^ Ouromlngs, R. H^ lor Fraud. 4 a i3 / 
~.^- Cttttdy. DaVid, for SeUIng Diseased Fish, lO 

k 10/ 
-._ Curd. Le#fs for Obstriiction. 16 a 15.0 
^— . Curtis, An for Attempt«>d Murder, 12a 5 a 
Dillley, J. J. and Another, for Bte^ing. 27 

su- DaVia. Birti, attd ollteri. !or Bu^^, 29 

fi8«^7dl7<f . ^ 

?..- Day, RicM^ for Cnieltr to 4 Horse, 1 o 8 ^ 
■i.^^ DMoon. Oeo., and otmrt, for AMldlt^ 27 o 

lSy-.29ol6> 

:i Deiirdr, G. A^ for BihVeiflemenij 24 </ 1 2 « 

3 Dent. MAnbadnlte, and otliert, for Keeping 

i dotting House. 15 e 3 / 
u— Denton, Harold, for D^tinkenpess, .4 10 a 

:; Dbw. Archibald, for Asiadlt, 15 o 3 / 

: Dihkson. RIcU., ior Poiiessing Unsound 

-trttit6ol2/ . * ^ ^, 

^-^ Donildsdn, Aleiander, for Usixig an Illicit 

Still, 10 oil/ 
4^— DondVan, Ootlrad and Another, fo^ MiiMer, 

18 6 18 8-28 b 4 fS A 12 /-lO a 12 / 
^— Dotiailer, MArtiii, and Another, lor SiU- 

ftig; 8 li 4 / , 
;3— Doyle. Jobn, tor Mlsdsiiteaiioor,, I HI JO d 
i^^ DriaoolU Daniel, for SteAling, 28 <i 12 a 
^..» Drunimtfnd-HAy, Q. C, for Afsaitft,. 13 d 

^ Dhtoo, And otheri. lor Wdiinding. 95 a 10 ft 

, Dunn, AUwri, for Qruelty to his Child, 7 d 

ii d 
^^ Dtinsttn,- Vf. H.. lor Sieiling, ^5 a 10/ 
". DnrbAtf Gold MInei; f or Cbixifpanles Act 

(Mfen<je. 20 i 14/ 
i^ Dation: John, And Afioe, foi^ N^Ieottn^ 

tlfofr Children, 15<i 15« 
A— Ktllot, Chain Wtid atb)ther for BaVglary, 18 

d^/ . J 

m^ JB^tQ^ CAthiMi6, lor Maiiblaughter, 14 a 

17 a 
^.^ BteAoflP, JUbe d^ for BAnkrtfpt6y Fraud, I 

6 8^-8 8/ 
A Fi^lilttL Giotanbi, And othei^ foir St^ing; 

126 2/— 17 6 12/ 
a^ F60n, AnnA a, tot Fraud; 81 o 2/— 7 a 11 

/.9'a8^— 14al2 / 
J. Ferrandt Geo^ for Furious Motor Car Drir- 

}bA7d\1 e 
m^ Fisher, F.'W., for Attempted Fratid, 17 e 

rt!/-22 a 1:8 a 



Pbflbe (eanhnued). ^ 
— Fitapatrick. Jai 



FitapatriQk. Jaa^ for Murder, 19 o 7 </— 26 
02/ . 

— Fleming. Xhoi.. for Bmbeiueinent Hdl^g 
' Fletcher, Wm.. for Motor Car Act Offence, 

-— .Fordyce. .A. and ot&ert, for Motor Car Act 
()ffenca28i2/ 

— Foster, Jobn, fbr^ Murder, t4 d 10.« . 

— Freeman, B. A^ for Attempted Murder, li 

— : Frost. T. B- for Poesesstng Diseased Meat, 
12o2/-26o4/ . . , ^, 

-^ Fruit Application to Condemn Bad, 19 a 5/ 
Fryer. I). R.. for Dmn&ennest, 17 ^ 8 a . 
Fulham Football ind Atliletic Company; 
^or Misded!eanour. 80 « 4 <f 
-^— Gslob, Abraham, for Stealing, 7 df 17 « 
—^ Gas Light and Coke Company for Supply- 
ing Inferior Ga^. 12 a 6, o 
' — Gates, Stanley, for RaUtiray Fraud, 8 <f 4 f 
— ^ Gear, Alfred, and another, for Keeping a 
Betting Housis. 22 A 2 ft 

— Gtlberti J. W.» for Lodging House Act Of- 
fence. ibdl5 e 

— — Golding, Geo„ for Keeping a Disorder^ 
Hon^ 20 <I|4 / 

— Qoldrick Elisabeth, for Keeping a Dia^ 
orderly House; 28 A 1 2 a 

—— > Goldsteiirs Stores, for Companies Aot Of- 
fence, \A d 17 a 

— — Goodman, JA^b, for Attempted Bribery, 7 
olid 

— n Gosling, Fbrehce, for Forgery, I8 18 A— 

— GraTes, Geo^ for Fraud. 15 a 4 A , . ^ 
•^— Grantham, Jiiktioe lor , Bnilaing ^ylawa 

Offence, 14 A 6 6—15 A 1 1 A— 16 A 12/- 23 d 

8/— 28A5« 
— — Great Basterni Railway Company; for 

Smoke Nuisance, 27 1$/— 1^8a4ft . 
— * Gregory, R. M., for Murder, 81 A 12 ft'. 
GriiBto, Rose, and another, for Stealing. 

ti4 0— 6 A 15 ^ 

— GroT^, Geo^ and aaoth'er, for Begging, 20 
A 14/ 

Gnrgal, Solomon, aoid another, lor Factory, 

Aot Offence, 15 A 15 « ^ 

— Haines, F;, for Cruefty to a Horse, 18 W 4 ft 
— ^ Hailman, Two Brothers Named, for Assault' 

29A8 « 
— ^ HarbacK. Aloe, for CnMlty to her ChHd; 

la 15/ 
UArding, HAnry, F^ lo^ Stealing, 8 e 18 A— 

808/ 
— ^ Harratt, A. l!^^ for Keeping a Disorderly 

Hoii'se, 10 « 4 ft-24 A 12 # 
— ^ Harries. Thios, for Franl 8l A 12 ft 

Hsrris, Tbbs. for FraucT 24 A 1*2 ^ 

-— Harrison, Arthur, for Disorderly Coodnct,* 

28 a 12 e 

Jennin^'for Non-payment of Ralesi 18 



80 



a 14 A 

— HarrodS, for Misdemeanour, 28' a 12 4—26* 
n56 

— Hartford; W, P^ for AttAmpttid FrAHdl 17 
Aft If 



but. 31. 1904.] 



^iiiiltB^ inltKi to^'THS i'iiiu** iiki^&PAPBB; 



M 



'tblioe (coniinued), , , 

•^ Hanrej, Wm., and another, lor Stealing, i 

— « Hawkirifl, Geo., for Attednpted ^ck Poci- 
etinir. 1 1 a 2 . 

Hay. Q. a D., for.AMa^lt, 21 d 18 4^ 

'^— HeMe, Itmor. for Forgery. 81 i 12 i 

— Hendlrie. W. Q., for Anopyance, 6 q 18 a 

Hernu. Paroo, and Co.. fur'Friabd, 24 i^ 15<i 

Hickioo, Jat., for Cruelty to hit Children; 

HoU/ 
•— «- Hiffg. F, and H. ^., ^or Koh-payment at 

Waget. 174 8 a . 
UilU Arthur JL., f6r Stealing. 3 a IS if 

Hirtt. J. M., for Burglary, 28 d 7 J 

-— Hiyer, E. K., and another, for Vagrancy, 8 

— r Hobba A&nie, for Stealing, 27 o 13/— 8 ii 

12y-9«8il , 

' — Hodgei, Jae., aikd anotler, fdr SieaUng, 21 

'd\Sd 
" — HoflTman, Ch&a., for Murder. 22 ■ 18 ^~1 i 

4/— 6i 16 a 
Paul, for Atteoipted Fraud, 5 nl6 d 

Wm., for Murder. 81 o 12 d^2 n id/— 

9kSd ^ 

' Holdway, Mary, for Murdar, 25|i» 10 6— 2 

VllSri , 

^»— Holmee, A. J., foir Miirder. 5 o 8 ft— 6 a 4 « 

— Hooley; fi. T., aindanutHer, for CoiifHirabjr, 
808/ 

~ Bom, W. T., for Stealing^. 6 4 16 ft 

Howell C. W., for Trade Marks Act Of- 
fence, 10 ^ ^0-17 ^ 8a . 

Humnl Frank, f<tr Railway Fniud^ Id <t 2/ 

-r- Hunter, Graeme, and aodther. for Fraud 

28i8 d . 
... Ianet» L. £., for Embeitleiiienl, 20 d I4 JT-^ 
26 c/ 12 a ., 

— Jaekmiui ^ C(£, for Non-payment iol 
Wagea. n alb d 

— Jackson, Edwin, and another, for Motor- 
Car Act Offence, 8 d 4^ 

<i Henry, and btbera, for VagraDcy, 3 die 

— Jacob, Maurice, for Forgery, 16 a 16 6— 
2da I2u . 

— Jagger, Albert, and another, for Fraud, 1 
a 10 / 

^— JaKo. J. W.. for S^ttiiit Fii« io & QhUp, U 

e 8« 
i— Jarvis. Win., for EeBapihg from Priion» 2i 

«5ft— 8iie ^ . t X .• r 

— J«e|>er, Anni^ and another, for Neglecting 
ftGhUd,27b 18/ 

Jayes, J. N*n for Attempted Murder, 14 d 
la 

— Jensen, Fredk^ for Possessing Unsound 
Food. 17 012/ 

— Joel, bolomon, tor PtBrjuiy, 7 o II ^ 

— Johnson, J. R., for Fraud, 10 ^ l2y— 17 k 
Ud 

- inos*. lor Misoemeanour. o o lo o . 
Jones, H. Um for Fraud, 14 o 1 1/— 2 ii 18 
/-^28a 12 0—12 d 15 d 

Jas4 fofr FriLud, 17ii 18^ 

W; P;| for HiSieite aff^uc^ 24 n 16 14 



Police (eofUinued). 

Joa4*ph. tVl B^ for Perjury, 39 n 9/ 

— Kalisky, Israel, for Factory Act Offence; 
16 <f I6«. 

J^ampfen. Henri, for j^oi-geirj^. 6 o 12/ , 

— Kelly, Walter, for Attediptm^ td Pkik 
Pockets. 12 M 6 a— 19 a 5/-2b a 5 ft 

— ^emp. (^oL, for fiirious Motdr Caif DriT- 
ittg^ n \\ , ^ » * • . 

— Kerniiske. Marial, and others, for Keeping 
a Gaming House. i8,o i3r— 2^ o 18 j 

— fi:ingsley, UUyer. for Miirder, 26 a l2/'.87 
• 1»/ 

— firtkun, Ebiil, for Bmb^eroent, ,^6 a 4 d 

— Kurts Aaron, for st«*alinff. 2*) n 12 c 

Lamb, ('^ii, for fimbtSdllnient, 12 o 2/-: 

^0 ISa . , , . 
LaBilng, Harriet AnB. for Fratld. 8 o 18 4 

Langf^drihy; W. #., for EmUikalemeiii 19 

di* 

— Lascar 8eamen, for Wodddtng. 22 li IH « 

— Law, Alfred, dnd anotlier, for Misdekdean- 
bur, 19 a 6/ . , 

— Lawin, Hedry, for Railway Frdud, l dif 
-^— r^awrence, Alfred, for Stealidg S a 8/ 
teach. J. T., tor Stealing. 19 4 H e 

' — Lethbridge. Fredk^ for Assadlt. 4 a 18 /. 

— Lewis, Sdsan, for Mlsdenieanour, 26 o 2 s 
— Lilley, Harriett L., and another, for QiTiti^ 

a False Reference, 29 d 1 2 a 

Line, Henr;^, for Misdem^noUr, l3 # 18 ^ 

Linioit, A. R., for Forgery. 2t d 2/ 

-^ Ll<^yd, Toni for Nod-payment of Wagea. i 
Il8/— II a2s 

— London BrigHtdn add SoiiUi Coast Kadway 
Ooihpaiiy, for Smoke Ndisance. 13 e 18 d 

l^ngmad, John, for Stealing, 6 a 16 d— II 

ii2s 
LoTeday» W. O, fd^ Ait^idilted Suicide) 

30 a 6 (T , ^ 
Low, J. A., and others, for Fradd. 27 6 13 / 

— Macdrtney, Dairid; and dnottier, fo^ Fraudj 
2loHd 

Magna, Leopold for Stealing. l2 o 2/-19 

• 3C-26 A/ 
Magnus. Israel, for Stealing, 2 <f 1^ d 

— Maillard, Aiez., and others, for Moto^ Car 
Act Offend, 28 o 2 < 

— Marlow, Jas., add others, fdr Cdnipirdcy. d 

MarsK. Jdhtt. for Mdrd. f 29 << li o 
M^fuliad: Fredk.. fdr Bmbeidement, M a i ^ 

— Mdson. Arthur, for Bobbery wiiM VLl dcej 
7i6/-Ud 6rf 

— Masters. £di^. fdr Fraud. 80 <f 2 / 

— Mc Gee, Uhas., for Wounding, 15 « 4 d 

— MKeU. AUred, for Cruelty ko his i^hild; 
I6d6'd . 

— Meredith, TUos., fdr Cruelty io llts Child^ 

ten. 28 d 2/ , . t . , 

— Merryixiao; Edgar, fdr Cruelty id a Pody) 

-^ MetropoliUn Thedtra of Virietiea, fofr Ndl 
ttaViidg a Licence, 29 • l6 6.:-6 a 16 d 

— Meyer, Hugo, for Stedliiig. 2d 18 rf 

— Moore! ^sT. tor Atleniilibd lliircle^, it «l 
«— 24 d 12 s-^81 <t 12 I . . 

ft tl 



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r auiie'b nn>B3i to ^ tri timbs " mwsFAraR. 



[Oct. I W 



FoUm (conitmi^i), 

Morlej. L. J^ tor Forgwy.fl i IB i— M rf 

Morley. W. A., for Stealing, 27 i 19* 

-i— Morlioier. H. ii, and another, for Stoaling, 
M a IH « ^ 

— — Mott Herbert for Bmblenlemeot, 29 a IS 

MallliM^ Wm , for WiUitl Damage, 89 « 8 « 

— If uranda^ Laoa for Marder, 90 ^ 2/ 
^i^ National M<idel DweUingt CompanT. for 

Sasitarj Act Offaooa. U t U tf~22 d*d 
— - Natiunal Sooaljr, lor Bailding Aot Offwiot. 
99419a 

— Naale. Alfrtd, for Borglary. 91 d 13 d 
^i^ N(liK>n and Sona aod another, for Pi 

•ing KMl«e Weights. It a < # 
«— N« w Soath Umdon Maslo>haIl for 

aanour hi « 19 
^ NewUm. Qeo. and anothar. for Rccklaea 

N«Titpiu««n H #^ 4 / 
— - NichtiU*. £rn« at» fur Fraud, 5 d 15 «— 19 d 

i »-!*« dAd 
•^- Niithiingala, Alfred, and another, lor 

Ottrlty t«* a Uoree. 7 11 d 
^-^ Nia»en, ChH<«tiiin. and anoibar, tor Fravd, 

lOe <l r- 14 • 11/ 

— Noblv. S. M^ fur Maa»laughier, «8 a 4 d 

— NoiK^nt Jus^ lor Fraud, in • .9 d 

— I^unn, Kiita, for >«mtar> Ad Offenee. 7 a 
II ' 

_ OVonnor, Obiit,, fur AeMult 19dl4« 

Oduiichs F. W^ for StaaUng* 19 d 9/— 90 

d 14/ 

— Ogdan. < haa^ for Stealing. 19a8/ 

«— OkMHichandiar. Faval for Kobbeiy with 

VioWiira V9 « uH < -^6 d I9 « 
m^m IVLrarj. JertviUJih for AoMatt I « 19/ 
«-^ OliTar,«'hat,,and anoiliec» lor Civally to 

Horiiea, .4e 11/ 
i-^ Oniera, t^apk Paiar, lor $sok» Kainnoa^ 

9Ca » A 
i-^ Orta*li« Henuan, for Miedaaaanoar«9e9a 
*-^ Ovvn% Joa^ aiid another* tor Uioiittelj 

CVindoct 9>« 9^ 
.i^ OxAMd .^aaic Hall for not Havi^ a 

Uorom^ielO — l9ei/*90eU/ 
<^-> Oxlair. J* i> , for Aeaaalt 9:f a 1 9 a 
«.^ l>iUiii^r,i^aiuUna, for Fraad« 9« a I9a 
.-^ Tarkar, Wat,, and othvce tor SimUi^ 19 a 

4 ^ 
«— * P»it]r« Sir Httberl^ and others tor Fariooa 

Motot^^ >ftr Drinim. 10 a 19/ 
«.^ FaewalL Uao^ tor Aeeaul^ 14a 19/^l9a4* 
^^ F^ttacoMk a, 9\ Ue I9d 
^— . IVttoock, Geo^ f^MT >Vo«ndii>g 9 e 19 d 
l*aarc^ U«oh and another, for Lottery Act 
^ eoe^fali/ 

lor INMataeii« DiPoaMd Maat, lOeU/ 
rcaraom Chaa^for »>a«d. Ue 19/ 
-» tor Atleati^ Fimini 91 e9/ 
John* and aMthar« fovFiattd^llalSe^ 

ltat« 
FhdbpsdoUiforCnaiKj toaE«a^91d 

ISd 

W. &« lor SlMhMh9MM» rd ire 

99 



Folloa (eoafuiaed). 

Pick,Bmeet, forFmd. 94 a 11/ 

— Pook, Edrannd, for AminU. 10 a 19 f ^^ 
*— PorurlingtoD, Barl of. and oihara. Car Ftaii* 

one Mutor-Car DriTlog. 25 a 10 6 
PoweU, J. F.,and another, far Aa«wlt 16« 

Pownc^y, S. S^ and another, for Kaepiiif 

a Betting Honea. 91*9/ 

— PreeewvU. Emilj, for Craelt/ la her carid- 
rao,)9dl4a 

Price. Saiah, and otheriw lor SteaUoff. lOa 

11/ 
Wm-for AtlenotadMiirdea,4al0d 

— PriorTo. C for SadicnIeaMBt, 9 a Cd— 10 
«94 

Priichard,Chae^f6r Stealiag. 17 « 6/ 

Rabioowita. Mawioa. for Forgery, I d i/^-S 

Rainger, John, for Stoaliav, 1 7 d S« 

Keeca. W. R^ for Porjaiy. I • 9e 

ReeTta. Ndlie lor AaMolt. 99« 1S« 

Raid. Adolph. and another lor B;ae|iioKa 

DlKM^ierlj Hoaee. 10 a 1 1 / 

— - ReklQ.U^aiid aiMithar. for BaaknfU^ 
Fr«Bd,9al9/-««iO«— 1 d4/ 

RhillHatfy, for Saaggtti^ I a 9a 

Ricbter. Margwrite and othera. for 

a DiMwderiy Hoaea. 1 a a 4r 
^- Riekerde* A. iX. and another, for 

Piimt^ Idaeie, 8 a lAe 

Roharte Q. B^ for Raebrcriaewttt, ISalld 

HDheita. 3aa« and a«pthar,for Fum iiii C 

Dinuedllae«»tlal99 

Robinovtia Maviea. forLarony^ ltd I4# 

BobhMon. Piadk^ for Ftmad.9ldlSA 

Seth.forKaiphigaBattfovaa«ei^S44« 

Rubier, W«^ and othera for Fi 

tor < ar Drirfoc, 17 a 19 d 



•» Roud.A. W..for 

9d I9r 
^ Hogeta. Aava. ai-« v...^* 

Dleortleff^ Huwa. U a IS e— 99 a 19 a 
— Ro|Kha,lla«, tor Fill idi ■iii, «al» 
Roeoj^ J. B^ lor Fraod. lOaltc 



f 



liuee. Harry, 
KoihaaiLi 
rOfd«a9»9tf 



ltd IS 4 
far 



— Ravliy. tVae. and 
e9^— 99el44 

«— * Koval Hafl 
Xon>pa.TMnt of W 

— Kjam, latadc, 
to Pick PVicacta. 91 a 14 
10 » 



WM^farM 
far 







9««# 



U a 19/ - 



Dec. 81, 1904.] paliikr's w»*x to •* mm timbb, 



It 



KEWSrAflB. 



Pol 



I 



Felice {rgntinwd). 

.'Mu.Jiitnes'sand Pall Afall EUiotrio Light 

Company, for Misdemeanour, 15 </ 15 e 
. SchulU, b>edk.< and others, for Stealing, 29 

iti(T->2o a 10 6 
— . SeoMi, Flerenee. for Attempted Fraud. 25 

n \0a 

■ WoL^forJlfetempted Fraud, 21 a 16 «« 

23 n 12 a 

— SeagraTe, G. A., and another, for SteeUog, 

.^ ^Iby Elixabeth, for Keeping a Disorder^ 

Uoave,20<< 14/ 
_ dhearer. J. G^ for Fraud, 26 cf 6 6 
Shepherdi DaTid,for Fraud, 12 o 8.ii-ll » 

40 
» ■ .F* L.for Merehaiidiie, Biarks Aot 0£fence, 

23 i 12a-24</ 12 <i 

■ Louisa, for Stabbing, 6 i 16 a 

— Sherwood. Percy, aud auother. for Stealing, 
6ol3a— l9o2« 

*^ Shinn, liobert, aadauother.for Selling Bad 

Fith.i6<i > d 
•i— - fi^ikau, Lttdwig and another, for Burglary, 

io d4b 
.» Siloheater Sick Benefit Society, for Bilisde- 

meanour, 'd^d 12 a 
. — Silk. Edw., for Deserting his Children, 26 a 

6e 

Simes. C. E^ for Fraud, 808/ 

— — Simmooda. lioi»e and Harriett, and another, 

for Keeping a Disorderly House. 6 d lo a 
m Frad£, and another for Neglecting their 

Children. 14 11 / 
^— Simon, — , for Non-payment, of Fees, 4 a 

13/ 
— ^ Simpson, Annie, and another, for Cruelty 

10 Children. 1 « 16 / 
—i^ SiocUir, Louis, for Assault, d d IS a 
-— dkipp. fi. J., for Felony. 28 ^l 2/ 
,1— ttlovnan, Maurice, for Stealing. 26 i 12 a 
-^- buiallman Alderman, aud others, for Fraud, 

18 e 13/ 
— Smith. Annie, and others, for Keeping a 
Disorderly House. 29il i2 u 

■ Arthur, for Assault. 21 o 12 6 

C. b., for Fraud, dn'6 e 

. iUiz., fur Neglecting a ihild, 24 11/ 

■ Geo., for wrruelty to a tiorse, 17 12 / 

ii. Ln for Stealing. 15 n 4 ^ 
Wm^ lor burglary. 28 o 2 « 
— for Keeping a Disorderly Uouae, 21 d 



U d 



for Stealing, 27 d 12 a 



«^-^ duapper, damuel,for Atteuipied Murder, 10 
d 14e— 2t>(/12a 

.—South .suburban Qas Comp my, for Supply- 
ing inferior Gas, 9 n 3 s 

— ' Southweek. *<^dw., aud others, for Robbery, 
t6d riu-31 d \2b 

&pry, A. G.. for Fraud. 6 12/- 13 13 li 

» ' Sqmres, J. H., and others, for Selling Adul- 
terated Spiriu, 11 a 2 s 

•^- dtage iiicences, Applicationa for 29 n 8 e— 
21 dl u 

^^ Stanley. Chas., and others, for Cruelty to a 
Horscr, li^ a 5/ 



PoUoe ioontinusd). «... 

Steer. Chas., for Stealing 26 1* 12 d 

Stevens. Wm . and Wife, for Cruelty la 

their • hiWren. Tall/ a« ^ i-i - 
Stewart. UenrietU. for ?^tabbing, 23 d I-' a 

—26 d Af -a 

— Stratia. Luigi, for Hxcise t) Jenoe, « H e 13 

JlTsuckfull'^P. P.. for Fraud. 20 12 /-27 e 
-L^ift" Walter, for Recklew Nrfrigation. 1 e 

Ji? Taylor, J. W.. foi^ Stealing. 22 a 13* 

Taylor's Hotel for' Genilemen, for Not 

Having a Licence. 12 i \i>d u^,^ 
Tennant. Wm., for PosseMiog Pirated 

Music. 1 d \1 d , _ ,. 
Thielbar, Georg. for Cruelty toia Pony. 14 

dXOd ^ ,., ,.^ 

Thiesi. Morioa for Bmbeirlempnt, »»'<> j*^ 

Thomas. Chai.. aad another, for Fraud. 6 

: KdWard, for Food and l>rugs Act Of- 
fence, 8" <l2/ ^ , . _, 
Wm..for Furious Motor ''ar Driring. 31 

Th.>mten. Maiy, for Wilful' Damage. 27 d 

12 (J 
Thornycroft. Sir John, for Not Having a 

Jf Tinkntr.' J.^'b. for Stealing, 20 o 12 /-2 7 
Toab. Esther and others, "for Stealing, 6 a 

Torossian. Garabad. for Keeping a Bettiug 

House. 24 a 12 a ^ t ^ k^. 
Townesend, LouUa, for Neglecting her 

Children, 28 .112 a .^ - j 

rriiinam.n. Jo«.. fdr Woundiiig. 16 a 4 rf 

Tucker, rh>is , for Itaiiway Fraud, I rf 4 / 

Turner, i^inie-t. f »t liailway Fraud. 6 <l loa 

— ^ Tyler, Jas., and *noth-r, for Stealing, 16 a 

! United GeriUHn Primrose Tailors' flub, 

for vlisdemeaiiour. 7 a n /* 
Van Gelder. Isidore, fof Misdemeaiioar. » 

-Heck, and Sons, for Poss^ssin^ Uosmud 

Fruit, be 12/ $ %mi a^ 
Vaiideihaut, M. J., and others, for Mitde- 

meanour. i* a 18^ m ja 
Waddi.guiii, Arthur. and another, for-Bur- 

slary, 27 -i i2 a -^^ «i ' - <* , 

_ Wallace, J as., for Embeitlement. 28 a 13 e 

Wairen, Jas.. for Burglary. 18 a 4 J 

— Wa»niugton. ». W., and anotuor. for Km- 

bezzlemeiit. 24 </ 7 e 
vvatts, Juha, Application tor a bummona 

asainst )i n'A t - . . ^ 

r Webb, A. E.. for HJmbleMlfment, 1 o\\ d 

Weir. Uavid. and another, lor Conrpmnea 

Act Offence. \\ d vl a 
Wheeler. Frank, for Embezalemeni, 21 « 

— ? White, W. B., for' Plwribrokira Aof Of- 



f^ol 



f A^J|SB> ITOW TO •* T^Ji T\^MB •' ■fW«P4P|BE. 



[Octlt^ 



foUcpjonivtuMd). 

— Whiifif Id. Spencer, for f^tealing. 2d^^ 

7 — Wilkms, C. J^ and another, for Stealing, 

24« 16,1 • 

Mary Fm for Stealing. 14 n Uf 

T^— lyUUAms, Henry, for Womiding, 5 n 16 4 

— Wilson, Henry, for Neglecting hii Children, 

; 4 ohn, for Attempted Fraud, 29 a 8 « 

r— Wqqjf. G^.. for Stealing, hdtd 

— Woolgaf, ft. iL, tot Annoyance, a a 18/ 
Worker, F. C. for SteaUng. 15 a 4 d 

^— Worsj^ipfof Companj^ of Ironmbngera, for 
l^oD-payment of raVing' Rate. 23 a 1 2 a 
VV'righL A. E.. fur ifiube^lemeni. 18 d 3/ 
* Albert, for Araon. 26dHj 
Taa^ tor Stealing, 24 a 6 ( 
Foa., and otl^era. Jot fnfiii^idatioii, 1 • 16 






S)f ()enot^'o<|euc H^t; ' 1 8 o' 8 # -^ 



Zolpir, ChaiM for Wounding. 21 d 13 ii 
"-' *- '^^iq, for Baijway Fraud,' 17 y 18 d 



T— iwinlt, 
Pplipe' Cfie b: 



fplipe Uaie of SuMnotendeiic Pitt, 18 c 
^ 24 p § 5--8I p 67-2 a 6/-7 a 4 A 
— the Commiiaioner't Etenort. 8 o 11/ 

- CW M|3i(^n. 8 d ifr 
r— Manp^eefer. 8 (tf 7</-l>l6 d 8/— 2*i d • 
r— Ketignation of ^ MetroDolitan Polioe Uagif- 

irate, 27 d 6 <7 ' ' ' 

Warning, 19 d 11 f 

political Apuhy, Letten on. 28 d 8 d~80 d 13/ 

and Eounomio Circle ot the National Liber- 
al Club, Dinner,!* li 6/ ^ ^^ 

|*olitioal Notee, laa Mwy day'f ffaper d^ing 
PitrkametU •• . » • ^ 

Feiiuoni^ 20e 12/ 

PoUoolc (Adrian) on the City and the Narj. 23 
ad/ 

— ^ (Sir F.) on Imperial Organifatlon. 17 o 6 a 

—26 bna .. -p.... 

Polytechnic, 4 o6d 

Poor Clergy Kelief Corporation, Letter on, 10 d 

^— Law Conference, 9 d 9 a« 10 d lA / 
«— Uetief ill France and KuKland, »1 o 14 e 
Population at a Baaia of Hediatnfbutlon, Letten 

on. 24dl2ir— 5Ud i»a ' 
Port and Portugal. Letter on, 15 d 4 a 
Portland (Duke of) on tlie iCaat London Hofpi- 

tai fur C hildreii, 22 a 6 d 
fO&TUaAti :- 
— > • iting of, Letter on, 10 d 9 e 

Nt^' ( abinei, 2o o 6 0—22 o^e 
---- i|eai($ nation uf tlie Miniatry, i8 o 4 a 
^ — ipd fbe pniied Statea, 24 a 6 c 
Ppriug4«*M uuluny and tbeir SoTereigna, 29 a 



"lb 



fuat06|ce^ Advance Chi iacroAaPoating, 1 d i4d 

— brititb and i^ureign I'oaud Facilitiea, Let* 
ter on, 8 a 2 

-— Ciiah un UeliTery Syatem. 16 o 9 a— 1 a 18 

/-.2«iZf. ■ ^ ^ 

: Letters on, 13 o 6 0— 19 10 a— 26 11 

d-3i o lo d— ^ a 80 ' 

— ( hiiBtmiia Arrangements, 8 d U a 
at Uverpuol, 2i tf 10 d 
1 u»tiiig for Placea Abroad 12 o 9 d 

and CliriatOMS Traffic, ^6 a 8 a ' 
it 



Post Ctfllce, Colonial Postal Girders, SI d 3 d 
— ^ the Diamiaaal of aa bmployai, 6 d 12 d 

Kmboased Postage Stamps, 10 d 9/ 

-«• and ail international Stamp, 2 a 14 / 

— > Letter on, I «> 8 & 

— Lost or t>eUye(j| Postal Orders, Letter on, 

27 p 6 d 
— ^ and Mi^ga^ines and Newspapers, 87 d 9 ^ 
— — Mand^ter Telegrapli Messenger Corpa, 3 

— - Messengers* Drilling OorjM, 21 n 6/ 
—» Money Orders for and from Para and 

fiUnd. z9d5a ^ 

-^^ — RuMif. 19 4/ 
«— Newspaper Postage^ 17 d 10 a 

Notices. 7 d9« 

Objectionable Post (^rds. 18 d ^ ft 

-* Pafoel MhiU for South Africa, 19 o 7 d 
Post to Persia, 2«9d 



Postage to China. Letter on, 7 a 6 ft 
- to Rhodesisl, Letters on, 8 a 10/— 7 a6 ft 
— lOa lO'ft— I4a8ctf ' 

— . the Postal qrder System 606s 

— » Postal Orders for Bermuda, 1 a 8 ft 
II Cyprus, 15 7 

Rataa 10 12 y 

— - PriTste Inland PoatQani|s, 21 e 18 a 
" Post iUtrds 27 o 4 'I 

— Uedu<)e(l Kate for Preaa Telegrams between 
the Uiii^ Kingdom and dnogary, 29 d 4 d 

— . SeryauU, \Vages. 12 a V/ 
— — as a Shop -a Woman's Griaranoa, Letter, 
on, 17 a 4* d 

— SUe of Poet Car^ Letter on, 7 o 4/ 
-^^i* 'releg'raph Moifey Orders, 8 a 4 a 

— -> Ul(ase. Letter on, k(i o 18 a 

-^^ Wages, the ('ommittee on, '28 e 10 ft 

— — London Directory, 23 d 4/ 

PoaUge to Khodvsia Tia the Baohnanaland Prpj 

tferbtbrate. Letter 011, 25 a 2 / 
Pof lal Officials. Grk^raooes of, 18 a 4 
Postmen i^iid Uhristmaa Sojiea, 21 d 4 a 
Poatiiien'a Federation, Meeting, 1 1 e 4 a 
Poutues. High Prit^es for, 19 f 4/ 
Powellised Wood 4 a if 
Powera'and the Far Kaat^ 86 d 8 d 

and .viaoedonia, 14 d 6 d— 16 d 6 a— 20 d 6 d. 

Praotipai Land Itefob-m, 8 a 6/ 

Prku (is;. 'A.) oil Hural Uonaing and Rural By- 

lawrt. ^8a ny 
Prvachera for To-morrow, 1 e 11 a«^ 10 0—15 

i'2'<i— 22oili|— 29 b I8a-6a 13 a— 12 a 10^ 

a— 19 a 12 0—26 a i4 0— 8d9 0^10 d 18 a— ^ 

17 d 9 0—24 a 9 c-81 dftii 
Pre^ce ^Sir W. a.) on PliiUe anJ Dam, 18 o 9 ff 
Premiere and iheir Terms of Office, Letter on, 5 

a Uta 
Premium Bonus Syatem^ 29 16 a 
Pn;aby Wiiao Churches, uhangea ln,8o6d— 7a 

b d -14 a 5 /— 21 a 7 0—5 a 7 e 
PreaerTatiou of St. Marka, Letter on, 20 d 15 i| 
Preaa Cenaorahip, Letter 00, 18 a 6/ 
Preston \S. H.joo Miasing Hairs and Kindred 

in 1904. 28 CI 6/ 
Prvtymao ^i!^ Q.; at Woodbridga, Ibl d 10 d 
PreraiUnff Political Apaibj, Letter on, 27 d 5 a^ 
PreTeiiMOuof Consiimpikini Iddiiy 



Pec^ 51, 1904.1 



?>^LMi|l|^'« tt(D%\ xa ^^-Ws W"**" n*Him>A«B. 



Bjki; 



f rerentiv^ Retcae and Penitentiary Nyurk, Let- 
ter oo, 1 1 a 10 ^ 
Price (A. K.) on Water Finding. 3vl d 9,d 
^rimroae League, 'il oTj 
-^ and Municipal Rlections, Letter Qn» 9 n 14 6 
Prince's Skatlnir Club, ffi o 10/ 
Private Bill LegiiilHtion. 4 a 4 e 
-«- Bilia for 1)106. 2 «/ 12 d 
ftiry Council Cases, #<• Citie. AGTiO|ft 
Probation of Ifir^t Offenders. Letter on, ' 1 & 4 0. 
Produce Market, sss everi^ dafi paper 
property Market, 24 6 » ^ -31 o 14 a -5 • II /— 
' 16 a «/— 1» a 16 i— 2b a U »— tf li 11 #-17 4 

\2e ' 

Protection, Definition of. Letter on, 10 o 10 # 
' — for Indian Trade, Letter on, *i6 fi2j 
Provincial 8tock (Sxohange, MMtotr^ day*k paper 
Public Business fud PubUc Time, Lettej on. 1 1 
"olu* 

— Health Weekly Ratarn, 6 o 3 s^l2 o 12 / 
— i9o»tfwi6o l2»-2'a3s^9a 16 ^—16 a 
a l3/-23« I2s-30a4a— ^4l3<tf-14<il6 

/-2l 'I l2/^/ddde 
^— House I'rust. I o 10 6—24 080 
^^ iHoume and Kxpenditureb 5o 11/— 12 o 11 
/-l»o iaJtf-2«s 3/-*a4a— »«14<T-16 
a 13 4-23 i| 1 r/-3U a 14 6—7 d 4 6— j^ d 16 
0—21 d 13 (1-28 <l 12 a 
— > School Bcteuce Masters' Association, An- 
nual Conference^ 28 (1 8 d 

— Works Loan Board, 8 o 8 r 
Pnblichuuse Licences tlie Value of, 19 a 12 # 
Pulley (U. C.) on the .stock bixchange, 12 a 16 6 
Pnrcbat (Cul. W. B.; on the Gordon Boys' 

Home, 1 a 6 
Purleigh Ch^urch and George Washington, 1 a 8 6 
Pyke(. Arthur) on Irieh l^nd Purchase, 2 n 8/ 
Pyne (J. A^ Mayor of l)eptford) ou the Distress 

teil>epCt6ni,304V6 -^ 



Quadrant Cycle, 6 i 1 1 il* 
ijutbtc hltfctiuns, i9 n 7 « 

- PuUiics, 8 a 6 e— 9 a 6 a 
(}ueen Alexandra Sanatoriuui at DaTOS^^ 5 q6 d 

— Cliarlutte's Hospital, 12 a i^> 

— Victoria Memoral, 9tf 8 4 
Queensland Budget, 8 o 6 c 
-i— 'lYeasiiry Returns. 4 e 4 a 



n. 
Argument or *' Throwing St9nesin 
louses," Letter on. i 1' u 1 3 « 



Badical 

Glass Houses, 
Badley College, Latin Comedy at, 6 a 16 a 
Bagged ttchool Uiiion, 27 1 0—17 a 7 4— 80 4 
'54 
Baikes (U. T.)on the £duoation Act in Wales, 

12a9 4 
Railway Accidents, 9^ Aogu>airTt"-BAii(WAr 
«^- Agreement, Important,' '19 cl 7 s 
•— Arrangement, ChrMtma^20 4 16 e. 
— ^ and others Bills. 21 a 4 s 
<^ Carriajges. VentUatton of. Letter on. 16 a 14/ 
^•^ Clearing House auperaonuation ^i^d^j^ 4 

10 s 
-^ Couplings and BrakM, 9 4 14 s 
-^ iCo^rf nsd, if at 4 



Riii wny R,ate8. 7 o 5 6 -1 a, 10/-7 r/ 6 / 

^ Letters on. 14. H f—'^l o H e.-3i oS a. 

—7 iiun, Long Non.-stop, Letter on. 21,4 4 
— » SigimUing During b'og, 21 r/ ri a 

Wolf Killed on th^ 60' d If 

RAILWAYS^ :- 

— '- Alfb^ua Greaf Soixth)»rn, 24 aJ4 o— 7 4i 

— ^ Argentine Great V^e»tern, 18 o,12 4—27 e 
12 4 ' 
'Pi-eight Engipe for. 19 7/ 

Art««|fn- Bengal. 21 4. 3.6 

— BahiaBUncaXorth,W^tern. 15.11.14 4-23 
a 12 A . • . 

— '" Bengal Centr%j, 3.4 16 s -16 4 16. a 

— l>ooars 30 a 7 

— ^ and North. Western. 21 a 14/— 90 a 14^ 

— BengalNacrpiir. 28 A 180- 7i/*l8 6' 

Bolivar. 4 9j2'u — 12» 12 c 

— ^ Bombay, Ba^f^a ^nd Uentr^ In^ia, 7 d 16 

s— 17<« 18 4 
— ^ Brasiliaii Street, '^2 // 12 e. 

— Briush.Oq|i4u^4^ ii«leotric^ 21 o 1^.0— 29 o. 

— - Buenos hcgWK Ensenada and South Coast, 

144 7 
— — — Great Soutl^^m, 60 i2 a— 19 Vie 
— ^-^— and P«cifl.c 1 8 1 2 <i— 26 a.* 4 e — 1 i r 1 2 4 
— rs-> and Va^M^i^so Transandiue.'2;i a 13 o— 

74,164 
'-z- Western.. 7 s 10 4 -20 o 13 6 



— Burma, 6 414 r— 14 4,17 s 

— i^imadiwn. i>^Telupm<^nt Letter on. So^A 

Pacific 604 a *^ 

— r Canton- Han- kan, 26 oAe. 

— rape to Cairo., f< o 12 6-1 4,6 4 
«— Cathcart District. 24 o lO s. 
<— Central Afrit^n.., 2a 6 o 

— — - Loudon antl Great Western, 2 4 12 « . 
'— — yruguay Eafieru lucteosipi^, 2j 1^ a— 
4aJ2 6 

r=- ot Monte Vi^M, 26 o 12 S--4 a 12 6 

^lorthtfrnEx|eu«ion, 26 o 12 a— 4 n 12 0. 



— ( )ircum isnikal^ 4t o n 

— Cordoba and l:^sario, 28 o 1 4 0—6 a 14 6— 
16 a 14 c 

^ Cuban Central, 2u o 13 <t— 27 12 4 

— Dell^, UmbaUa, 4*^lka, 16 a 14 <i— 24 a 13/ 
-— Demerara^ 22 e)i e^zd o 4 4 

— Distri^ct), Le^9r on. 2ii y a . 
r» East ludian, lu 4 4 «— ^2 <i 12 6 

- Egyptian Gov^cnmeni. 21 7/ 
r— Eutre' iiios^ 1 o 13/ - 13 o i2 4— 3 a 18 s^ 

12 a 16 ' 
— - German State, 1 o 6/ — 4 o 9 / 

— Grand rruul|;^of iauaUa, 2j'd 12 a 

^— Gteat Indian Peninsula, 6li( lu a- i3 4 16a , 
— > NorlHem, 1 10 a- i6 d 1^ ir 
— — p^ucadUIJy and Brum^^n.. ^8 a 10 a 
s>oujLU(ttrn of dpain, 4 o io 0— 2(; 18 c 

Western, "Atlantic*' LocoipotiTe for, 

I«eiter 6% 1 i|,l3 4 

■ and the Navy, 9 m 4 e 

New. Roittie tu the W^t. 27 4 9 6 



Highland New Looomv)UT«s for the, 99 4 4/ 
Indian; i94 6 6 
Midlaud, 3 dU a— 1 J 4 16 o 

76 



Sai 



PALMRRt INDEX TO ^^ TBB TIMBtf, MBWSPAPia. 



LOel. Ita 



SUilways (eontinwd), 

— ^ Itirernatinnal Bthiopinn. 2"* n 13 ^-.20 d\Ar 

— Ititprocemiic of Mexid. 3 u !.'>/— 13 </ lo u 
— - J»pRnepe in Korea, '^^M <f i a 

— KNlkagimk. 16 n 14 4 

^— Kilsyth and Bonnjbridge, VO o IS e 
«— Lafroa. 24 n Hf 

Ezteniiion, 6d 7 e 

" Light Kailwaya - Barti. 1 d 15 a -20 <! 14 1; 

— 2iJ udf 

K^yptian Delta. I d 15 c^n 4 18 6 

-p^^ Mi(ldl»Fex. 1 1 a X </ 

— ^ Snowtiuri, 4 • n rf— 17 a 12 A 

Si»iittiei)d and (\>lchester, 7 o 6 * 
-^ LoD'ton. Br ightitn Nod South (^oatt, 5 ^ 8 A 

■ ('hHtham Hiid Dover 21 4 13 a 

■ and North Webtvrn. lU q\0§ 

Madraa, %no9b^$d 12 A- lA ^ 17 5 

«i— Maiiz, iUectrio. 22d6e 

•^ MeCropoliUo. Electric TraotioQ on the, 14 

dSa 
^^ Mexican. 3 a 18 4—1 1 a 12 <r 
«— MidlMiid Uraguay, 15 a 14 4^64 14 e 
-^ Natal Zuliiland. 2ti 13 
v»— Nethprlandt 88 a 4 

— N» w York i:entral. 2 4 3 

-— H. H. Niaam't Guaranteed State, 8 4 12 a 

- 14 '' 17 e 

•^- North Eastern, Electric Qooda Locomotivee 
on, 8d o 4 o 

■ Western of Urusuay. 24 a 1 4 a -30 a 1 4 # 
*-^ Orenburg .Tashkent. 14 o .i a -27 o 2 0->S a 

4a 
•^ Paraguay Central, 2 4 12 a 
•— Paris. Lyons and Mediterranean, 26 • 10 
« — Kohilkund and Kumaon, 7 a 1 1 f -16 a 14 e 
•— Bussiau Asiatic, 21 o 8/ 

■ ( 'entral Asian, 8 o 5 6 
-p^- Salvador, 3U a 14 

• — Kan Paulo ( Braxilian)i 17 o Uy^-Sa 130 

«— KhaPKhai- Nanking 22 5 

— — bht^ld llistriut, I o 13/ 

^— > Siberian. 16 00 0>-l8o8c— 14 a 4a 

•- • Kociete Italiana per la 8trade Ferrate della 

Sicilia. 16 c/ 17 r 
•— 8Guth Hehar, I n 14 c/-9 a 14 
Indian. 6 d I5 6— 14 4 17 
Yorkshire .Innction, 2i a 12 4 
Konthem Mabratu 7 a I60— i5 4l5a 

Punjab, ^8 a 14 c— 8 4 14 c 
Talcal, 1» a 17 « 

Urana-8iberiau 4 o 8 o— 21 03 0-ii-22 5 6 
Letter on, 10 5 J 
V— Underground Electric of London, 14 o 10 4 

— pjo 12 CI 
«^» United of tha Havana and Begla Ware- 
houses, 6 8 u 
-— Uruguay Northern, 26 n 10 0-8 4 1^/ 
-^•^ V\aiikie(lihodesia;, 17 tf 16 4 
«-^ West African, 26 i/ 8/ 
^-* Western of UaYana, luo 13 0— 19 a 12 • 
— » White Pass and Yukon, 1 n 14 4-8 a 9 4 
Hallway a. Automobiliim on, 6 4 4 
— * and Electric Trams, I o 6 
— ^- and the JTarmera, 11060 -12 o 19 & 
«— Lost lime and Extra Spaed on, X^sttar on. 
81 08 a 



Railways and their Rates^ Letters oa« I • 8/— 

18(»4 6—18 11/ 
-«- the Rating of, i9 a 12 4 
— — Steam Motor Cars for Letter on, 24 4 5 4 
Rasch (Sir F. C.) on Mr. Chamberlain and 

Agriculture, 60 13 
Rasch ( ^ir ( ^arne) on the Olydcv Trost. 2 a 7 • 

on Mr. Pearson and the S( ia4«r4, 88 a 8/ 
Rating of i Charities 19 o 7/ 

~ of Public Librariea. I o 6 / 
Rats and Infection on shipboaid. 26 4 8 
Rawnstey (Canon H, D.) on Uowbarrow Fell. 

10 tf 6 a 

— on the Pluromer Tower, Newcastle -on- 
Tyiie. 9 a 1 1 

Rayleuh (Lord) at t^htflmsford, 82 <# 9 / 

Read (i\ S,) ou Kisoai PoUoy and tlM Farmer, 

22 6/ 
— — on (k>inpuls<»ry Sheep Dipping, 6 4 8/ 

— Oil the Koyal Agricultural Society of Eng- 
land, 11 64 

Reade (U.) on Colonial < Glasses in English 

SchoQla,9a 15 6 
Real Lace and iu Story, 14 7 0—84 9 0—6 4 7 

/-8^ 70«l3ii 7 
Reay (Lord) on Polyteohnioa, 12 4 12/ 
liedistnbutkin of Seats, Letters on, 1 1 o 9 0—18 

06 6-18 06 4— 17 4 12 0*10 a 8/ 

— Automatio Reviaion, Letter on, 19 a 9 
Reed (K. A.) on King'a English, 20 10/ 
Rees (J. D.) on the North Sea Outrage, 89 a 9 e 
Reeves ( W. P.) on a Greeklesa Land, 6 4 8a 
Heferee t-hildr^n's IMuuer Fund, i4 a 7 / 
Reform of Parliamentary Procedure, 14 o 4 
Kef ormatories and Industrial SohooUv Report, 

260 4/ 
Regent Street Polytechnio, 14 4 7 
Regiiitration ( ourts, 80I2/— 1006/ 

• of Teachers. Letter on, i o4y 
RelatiTe Cost of ttteam and Electricity, 18 

n a 

Relief uf Uistress Due to Want of Employment, 

Kepiirt of the Committee on, 8i a 6 u 
Reiigiuus lustructiou iu i huruh, Lfetter on, 15 

OiJ 

in J Welsh Schools. 22 a e 6 

Rescue Work in LA«ut)eth, Letter on. 14 a 6 6 

Resources of New Zealand tf 4 13 1 

RetftrMint uf Advertising Tiespasa, Letter uu, 18 

a J 
KfTenue, 1 o 4 a 
Reward* for Bravery, 10 12 /— 18 » 8.4 -22 a 

6 d-ii o 10 0*26 8 a— 28 7 cr— 8 a 12 d-^ 
17nU/-6 4 4/— 16 4 6 0-16 4 i3u— 17 4 
60 

Rhodes Memorial, 10 4 7 0-86 4 10/ 
Richardson (A. Rp) on the<t'hine»e on the Hand, 

2 a ji d 
Ridgeway (Sir West) on the IriaU Reform Aa- 

suciation, 11 o 8 a— 18 o 2 «— 22 Iu 
o^- Comments ou, 18 o 8 6 

— Letter on, 24 06 a 

Ridley (M. W.) 00 Lord Saliebonr a» Ilford, 14 

n 6b 
Riley (Athelatan) and the Abp. of GanlMbttry^ 

7 c/ 10 6 

— on the Educatioa <Ac^ 21 4 10 4 



D«c. 81, 1904.] 



FJLhmEWB VSVBX TO *«THB TIICBB " ITlCWSPAPRB* 



tag 



Rio de Janeiro. Serious Rioting \n^ 16 n 6/— 16 
« 6 0—17 Miosis n 5/ 

Letter on. 23 n 18 e^2i nS o 

Ripon (Bp. of) and the Bigliteenth Century, 28 

Rite in Sugar, Letter on. 23 n 10 e 
Ritdiie (— ) at c^roydon^ 25 a 4/ 

on imports, di iO b^9 d 6 a^lO d 10 0— 

Ucflla 
River Wear Comanuidoa, 23 4i 4y 
Rivera rS. G.) on X Ray •< Burns " 21 u 4 s ' 
Robbery, Alleged Attempted, 27 d 8/ 

— iu Clerkenweil. 29 n 7 

— in Copenhagen, 26 5/ 

Roberts (Chas.) on the Licensing Act. 23 11 10 </ 

(Lord) in South Africa, 1 o 5 r— 6 oSd 

Robertson (C.. Q.) en Geography and War, 24 n 



\2€ 



( Major D. IVf .) on the " Kilties " Band. 17 



ed 

*— - (IMni.) on the New. Peace Conference, 12 a 

14« • 
Robinson (Mark^ on the Caroline, 14 li 7/ 
— » and CieaverVNew Premises. 1^ o 4 ( 
Rochester. Lady Drowned at, 28 tf 7 / 
Rochester r Mayor ol} on the Memorial to the 

late Dean' Hole lOn^ii 
RfHilcet Life Saving Apparatus. 27 18 4 
Roger (Hugh) ou Mr. c.'hamberlain and Agricul- 
ture 1 1 o 5 
Rogen ( Dr. J. G.) on Church and Chapel, 19 

2 fi— 29 o 4 A 
Roller Bearings for Railway Stock. 17 « 6 s 
Rolleston (Sir J. F. L.) on Mr. Balfour's and 

Mr. Cliaml3erkin*s speeches, 8 o 10 ^ 
^-* on the i-ath on Delivery System^ 2^o ii d 

on Indian Import Duties, 90 d l^b . 

Roman C^atholica in Chinai Letters on, 1 11 /— 

8066 
— -> and the Bducaitien Act, 28 a 8 

and Kationaiism, 20 i 9/ 

Romancaof a VioUo, Letter oaj.*U6o>9d 
Rome. English Church in. 16 d 12/. 
Ronaldsbay (Lord) oa Asiatic Affaire^ 16 i 16 « 
Rooks. Letter on, 80 << 6 a 
Rooper (U. B.) on British. Q^verameat. and 

Dumping. 8 a 11/ 
Rose ( W. M.) on Motor Cars. 1 1 10 1< 
Rosebery (JLoi^) And Mr. 'Chaplin, Letter on, 1 a 

8 b 
-«• on ColoniaLOpliiion. JLetlen on, li 8 b^B 

odd 
^— > oU the Ck)lonieS( Letter on, 606^ 
^— > and £piiom jPariah CUuccb, la 12 
— -atGlnsgoif. 6i^}0 a. 
— Leit^r on. 9 d 10/ 
— — at Kingston- on-Thsmes, J a 12 6 .. .. 
^— - at Lincoln, h^tteton, 4 o^ • 
— - on Local C^ernment, 27 o 4 
-^— at the Oaf ord Cok>nial Club, 1« ■ 6 ^r 
on the Political V^tuation,.tfl a Uo 

— and Protection, Letter on. 2 « 6 a 
— * on Heading,, 2d 9^9 d 

— on the late Lord j^alisbory, 15 » iO 
*— > on Work and lieading, 2 a 8 a 

RosftCH. M.) OB Out Warning fi^un Mnocbwia, 
28 i60 



Rothera (O. L.) on Deaths from Overlying of 

Children. 28 <f 5 
Rothschild Hospital in Vienna, 26 a 6/ 
Rowinnd Kill Vfemo ial and Benerolent Fund* 

Annual Meeting. 11 n lO 6 
Royal Academy of Music, 2 a. 8 A— 10 d 10 s-^ 
19<l7a 
■ ■ and Royal College of Music, 24 « 6 

Schools, l'^d2r 

--^ AgriciiUural (^ill-g9, Cireno^ster. 82 i 8 

Hall, Islington, B(»ot Trade Eithibitioa 

at. 1 n 1 1 d 

— Dairy Show at. 4 o 10 a^b o 9 a— 6 
l<i 6^7 o 9 a— 80 li a 

- ■ Stanley Cycle Show at, 19 n 12 a* 
Society. 3 o 12 b-ti d 12 6^9 ddb 

— Letter on. I n 4 if 

— f^t'ors on, 8 o 12 0^4 5 0—6 oSd 
^ of England, 2() 6 0^21 n 1 1 4 

- Letters on, 1 1 06 4^12 o 6 d^lO 4 



\\ a-20d 15^— 24(/13<i 
II -^ Meeting. 7 o 9 b^^n 



\0b 



—— Albert Asylum. Lancaster, \9 o 9 d 

— Alexandra Hospital. Hhyl, 2a a 8/ 
^» Amateur Art Society, 18 d 14/ 

— Army Temperaaoe Association,^ 6 d 14 d^ 
29 <f 1 1 / 

Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb Poor, 14 d 

Sd 

— ■ of St Anne's SodeCy, 10 i^ 9 
Botanic Society* 10 n 9 i 

■ ■ Show. i3o7 
— » lardiff Infirmary, 24 ef 4 

— and (Central Bucks Agricultural Aasocia* 
tion. Annual Meeting, 29 4 7 / 

— - < oUege of Music, 3411 /— 16 d 5/ 
II Patron's Fund. 10 a 18/ 

of Organists. 18 4 14 a 

<— ^ of Physicians of London, List of Sncoaio* 
ful (Candidates, ia 80 
■I. of Science. ^ 06 b 
^— of Surgeons of flogland. Annual Aieel^ 
ing. 18a8a 
I . !■ List of Sucoesrfnl Candidate^ 2 4 6a 
Meeting, 10 4 16 a 



Colonial Institute, ^0460 

«-— . Meeting. 9.a lu/^28 a 9/^7 4 6 
-»i» Commission on the Care and Control of ther 
Feebleminded 27 6/— 22 a 18 0^29 a 8 0^ 
6 <lld 4<— 13 a 4 tf -4)1 4 2/ 

■ ■ of Idiots and Epileptics, 16 116/ 
on Coal Supplie*, 14 4 > 
on Horse Breeding, 1 a 8 h^30 4 2 
on London Traflte. 10460 ■ 
on Supply of Food in Time of War, 12 a 




— on Trade Disputes and Thtde Oooibina' 
tlooa, 24 a 7 4-26 a 10/^80 a 8 0-^2 4 10 4 
—10 4 18 0-17 4 6 0—28 4 6 

-^ Counoes Agricultural Society, 16 4 11 4 
-^ Dental Hospital, :A6 n %/ 
^ Ear Hospital. 14 4 I60 

— East Berkshire Agrieultaral Aaeodatknib 
Annual Show, 7 o7y 

— Esbibitions and National Scholarshipa, 1 tf 



10 4 



Eye Hoepital, Annual Dinner, 19 a 16/ 

77 



ioy 



PltMKft^i W6BZ «0 A Us 



k)Bw4pkPBli. (dot. 1 ii 



ttoyhl Female ODVIufta AbjIiMd, Aan^ftl Coart 
\S d ed *> 

QeogrflphicAl Rocli^ty. Wb 10^1^ o ^ &-* 

Meeting, 2'i w 9 </ 

Hants Toantv Hop^ilnl. I« o 7 / . . 

- Horticultural Socfety'M Show 5 d 6 i— 10 o 
lOe -3 M 2 /-»0 « 6>-6 <i 15 c -li d 1 1 *« 

HotpiUl for DilteMee of th« ('best. JH « 1 1 / 

for Incarables. Annaal VIeettng. 28 % 8/ 

- HoDsehold A^pointroentt, Id n 8 n 
-^ Institute of British Architects, Meeting, 8 

^ Inntitution, ChristmAs Lectures, v8tf 2 0— 
fiOd5e 

Meeting, 9 n 12 a^7 d \0 d 

- Medical Society. 31 o 14/ 

- National Lilfeboat InstitutioA, 16 4/— U 
H n/-10 dl6/ 

- Narai Pttnd. 18 o 7 ii^lO n 9 d^\5d S a 

- Patriotic Fund Oortwration; 1 9 11 9 j^ 

- ProTidenl Fund fdr 8ea Fiibermen, Aiioaal 
Meeting, I • 1 1 / 
^ School ot Mines. Letter tfli, 9 a 15 d 

- Bootlilh OorporaiioD, I <f 6 e 
QlBo^^hicAl society AUiittal MeeUilg. 10 



n9h 



Dibnet*. \5nic 



So6iety, 2^ n 7 e 

AnniveMry MeetMe. 1 if 10 ^ 
List of Awards, I Oil 6 b 
o! Edinburgh, ft lie « 
of South Africa, Pfbpoied, 29 o 10 
Statitiicil Society. Meeting, 16 a 16 a^2l 
12 
' Surrey Cbttnty Hbstiital, 18 i Ue 

tlnited Hospital. BAth. 8 a 7 a 
_ Serrioe Institiftion, 1 1 it 10 »— 29 a 12 « 
-1^— Lteture at, 16 a 4 a 

Papers Read At, 13 08/ 

Unif eraity of Ireland. 8 il 4 

Victorian Order. 2 a 9 e -23 n 7/— 81 tf 6 n 

.— Waterloo Uespitai for ChUdrouAod Wo- 

indn, 19e4y-t6il 8 b 
JEtUbber Industry. 20 if 14 / 
Khinsof Great 2imbArw6, 18 0^0/ 
ftumaniab Agriculture and Flitaooe, \6ikia 

Budget. 7 il 6/ 

—» Cabinet. Kesigngtion of, 81 if 8 

llural By-laws. Letters on, 29 H 12 il«6 il 8/- 

18 if 14a 
— Housing ind Rural District By-laWi, 18 n 
nif-..19n»/ 

..». Letters on, 10 a 4/— 18 a 11/^26 ft 18 

5-L80a II e 
m. - andSaDhatloni Association, Annuia Meet- 
ing. 27 9 d 
Rui*U (Geo.) aiM Sir Wm. HArootfrt, Letter div 

18a II 
AUSSIA r— 
-^ and AfghantsUn, 29 if 5 « 

Britiih Coal for, 84 16 6 

Coial ^itJ^, 8 tf 6 6 

«— Distttrbaocee at Serastopbl, 6 il 6 6 
^— Finance. 12 o 6 e— I a 6 6 
«a— and Finland, 81 6 6*2 a 8 6^15 if 54 
^- Gi>ain Tnde^ 9 a 6 6 
7W 



(conHnwd), 
and Germany, '9 a 7 e . 
and the Polea. 81 06 6 



>-• IntemAt Situation, in. 11 « 4 a-714 91^ 8 <f -> 
IK a 6 0-21 a 6 6-22 a 3 ^*7 if d 6-:i24d 8if 

Jews in. 24 a 8 «f 

— i. Libefil MoTenAenr in, 18 li 6 4 Z 

-^ Ministry of e6e Interidr.ju 4 ii~18 4 a 
.iio8«-l9 3 8iy-4fi8j 
MisSelladeoll/i 9it; \i o 8/ 



iBd^UdBi 



--M.MHrA^ieff 8oJ.Se ^ 
-^ Murder ot M. de Pleh)^. 14 

-28d3i-8W8A. ^. . . 
-^^^-^ of a Russian Police Officia], 29 4 8 # 
«— J^aTal Prograiflide, 10 a 8 s 
-^ Navy, 28 a 4 ^-9 4 96 

New liOan, 24 a 3 0^28 a 8« 

— Pensions for Ruasian VeteraiU, 19 ot/ 
-^:— And Persia, H63e 

and the Poles. 25 « 8 « 

Political Tri^ 17 a 3 e 

and the Proposed Hague Conferenbe, l|if 6 e 

Railway Extension. 9 a 6 tf 

Reform in. i& q 8 ^-26 o ft e- I A 6 6*2 4 
i^ 6-5 if 6 0—12 d 56—18 d 6 6-I8 if 6 6— 1# 
H 7 0—17 A 7 6—19 dUd^W dh 0—26 d^i 
— 27 if 8 e-2d if 8 a -*21> •80*80 d 8 6-3l 
if 86 

-«- Leiter oA, 80 • 6 a 
:• Riots at Mosooi^ 21 if 8 il 
at TiilB^k. 12 a 7 6 



Russian Post Oflloe Blown iln» 814 8 4 

Sitdation in. Letter 00. 21 o if 

Spirit Monopoly in 15 a ft 6 

Prince SriAtoi^lkMirski, 4 o 3 4 

Trade in. 17ajre 

Tsar and the Finos, 1048 6 

— and Reform, 22 4 8 a- 28 48 6 

- and the Talbot 10 4 8a 
gnd the United States. 8 4 7 e 
Unrest in. 20 e 3 e 
Warsaw, the Disturbances at, 17 » 8 4 

Letleroii. 28 n 2/ 
Bus4i4n Coiistitutfon, Proapiscts of a; 26 a 7 A 

Fleet ind a Swedish Sttemer, 12 4 10 4 

— — Impdrts in i{R)4, 8 5 4 
— ~ Pcper Monet, 8 6 tf 

Press, 184 5 6 

and Great Britain^ Letter on. 6 2/ 
anld Lord Lansdowne, Letter on, 26 a S si 
Legal PoAition of the, 14 4 6 4 
Kef ugees In the Seat Knd, 18 414/ 
(^atlora at Hong kong. 7 « 4 e 
Trade; the Present State of. 18 9 18 • 
TreatmAnt of Am'erlCan JeWs, 4 118 6 
Uniates. 8 5 c 

Zsmitooi, 28 a J) 6-894 (f 4— ^4 a ft 4 
Prognfllimeof the, 28 ii46-99afti— * 
SOafty 

ZIoniitA. 24 4 4 

RiSteso Af gfaAn Frontier, 8^66 . 
Riibso- American Relations, 29 a 8/ 
RUsso- Belgian Treaty of Arbitratioo. 4 a 8/ 
Rttilaad (Uukd of) And the UoemployeJL 2P 
4 6/ • 

Rynd (J A. P.) on PopolitlOD' AT A OAhiA 4(| 
Bedttfeributioki, 80 49 A 



Dec. .-^l, 1904J 



'1 > 



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\ t . •- ^ • ^ » 



c- < « 



f ALICBbV IllDBX TO " TBB TIMBS NSW8PAPSR. 



8id 



8, 



Sailing Shipowners' International Union, Meet- 

.Jng.48«i<F-24<J6 i , 

Sale of. the Angtasey CoUection. ^3 o 40— 18 o 4 
/-U / 4/-^2l Q i «-10 n l«/-rl d 7 d-rt d 
6 6^ 13 d^^J^Hd 12 d-T24 4 8 *— 29 li 6 tf 

•t — of Anti4uiiiM,,5 a 11> 

of Ajjmour. '^pS <?. ^ - ; < t ^ i 

*7-.Qf Amtograplii Letters, d d 4/^6 i < 0— t d 

; — ofBloi^stoek,l|^<f lie. .. . , ,. 
-^ of. Boois, 6 o 4/--8 0^0-^0 If^U 10 

10a I2<i-l<i» l*^i/-16M6y— 17ai«-86a 



Saleof a Violin, 26p9 d 
— of Violiai. \Sd7b, , 

of Walter Whittingham*s Stock. ,6 4 <9 / 

— :- of Wme, 5 5 ^--^i o 4 0— 38 a 11 d — 27 i 

1'/ .. . . . . . • ' 

-77- of Seooritie^ by. Ai^ction. ^7.o.6y , ^ 

Salifilbury (Lady) and the Primrose lieagae. i 
— ^ (Lord]) at Il^ord,. 1 1 ii 9 <^ 



andMaiiuscn 
3/, 



pind A^i^K'^P^*' i^'iA 10 If . ; 

- I, iiila-8<i6/-12i 



and Aianuscnpts; 

of Briiisli African .8tainp«. 1*2 o 4 ^ 

— of Bhw' Famiiy B}W[e 8 11 12 d . ,, 
—*- ol the Dake. of Caoibridge's En^rings, 

22a§J-29il8 J. . • . . 

Library, I 10 4—21 lO tf— 3 <{ 9 ^-6 

did, 

State;roaoh,es. 20 5 ^ 

I — of a (i^axton Fn^ment, ^ 1 a 6 ^ . . 

— of the Fr^. Clarice Library, 1 n 12 <f— 2 n 
12 0-3 1180 

of Coins, I H n 9, <i , ^ 

-^ of Dr. Gosneld*s Book Bindings, 22 n 6 0— 

23n5 . , 
m — of the Content^ qf the DUeovmr^, 23 n 7 
of Queen Dniga*s Property, 2i a 13 i— 9 <f 

--- of tlie Widibani Flower Collection, 16 tf 16 
/-2lr^l0> , , .. , ... 

of Fo^n Postage Stamps, 17 it 8 

' — of Furs. \d.n,b ,, ' •« ' 

-^ of Oanden Ornamf^f «c. 20 o 8/ 

of Gloucester House, 19 a 9/ . , 

'. of Hadeo's J^udes a I'Eau Forte, 16 i 9 <f 

*— of Jewelry. 9 «i 4 a 

— of Jewels, I 6j^-22.0 12 0-6 » 18 * 

— of the king's Uhristmas Stock, 1 d1 d 
::^— of Mednls, ?(tf l?a 

— of Mezzotint Portraits, 26 w 14* 

i— of Modern Furniture, 24 jy 16 a ; , 

. ^ of the Murdoch Coins and Medals. i3i 6/ 

—14 d 13 0-nl6 4 6 f— 16 d. 18 0—17 <f 8/ 
— - ol Musical Copyrigbts. 28 o A J 

— of a, Naval Victoria Cross, 21 alOh 
' of Nelson's Letter Bf»ok, 9 da a 

— of Old Eaglisii Silver, 26 a 12 d— 26 n 14 

— of Pictotes ^d\6 e 

— of aUeredos,16a6/ 

— of the Ridgway Bouchers, 7 d ^/ 
-r of a SetofTunier's 'Liber Studionvn," 2S 

*9ii 

— of a.Sharespeare Autograph, 10 6 o 

— of the Sbakaspeare Bible. 16 a 12 tf 
^ of Hhorthoms in I9<K. 3 i6 (i 

— of Sllf«efPUte> 17ii9rf . ^ ^ 
-» of Soiiff Bases. and Minaitures, 3 d 13 iK— 6 

if 70 

— of atoart Belies. 220 U a-:3yi cid 
^ M XliSckeray*s Siiy^i 8 <1 9 1 



t- 



' ■■ Letter on. 14 a 8 6 

I at LiT^rpool. 1 oj / , 1 . , , 

-r^, ant) the Oxford Union, Letter on, 96 o 6/ 
Sejalop and TroiU Associations, 1 7 1^ 8 6 
Silt Schijpl, Shipley,, 9 2 r. . . 
. ~p Trade, Depression in the, l8 18 
SalT^tioo Arnyr 3 a p 0-;rlO a 6,/-24 dSd 
^— , andthe Unernployed, ^4 id , 

-p-, Army's Soidal^ ind Besciie Work. 23 a 8 < 
Sanatdnafor (^n«umptiT^s, 1. ,a 11 d^jtid 8 /,. 
Sanitary Inspectors' Association, Amiual Meet^ 
ing,8l o 8» . 

— Leg:itlation in Brazil, 14 4 18 
rr— Measures in uidia. 6 a 1 4 / . 

Satow (Sir ^n^est) on Pp«ta(^ tp (?hipa, 7^6^ 
Saunders (W. C.) on the Kise in the Price o^ 

Sugi^r,29,a7il . 

Sayage Club, Annual Dipner, 28 n 10 
Savings Bniiks. 20 o 13 0— 16 n 14 6—16 dMe 
Savoyard in \2ib, l2a 12/. , . 
Saxony, the ex-Crown Princess of, 23 i ^ </— 24 

dia 
— — ^ingpf. 1 6 a— 16 6 ^ 
St. Andrews Uiliver«ity. Il o 9 6—20 8 </— 28 i 

hf^\ a 6^-5 a l3 i , , , 

. St. AsapH (Bp. of) on the Bducation Act, 19 a 

— in Wales,,6 a 9 <i-22 a 8 6 , 

St. Albias (Bp. of]i on London over the Border, 

2<2 13 a , 
St. Aiibyn (Rev. Elaine) on Enteric Feler, 10 d 

12/ 
St. Bartliqlomew't Hospital 8 it 12 i»-26 dni 
-; — Letter on. 27 6 c . . , ., 
St. (George's Hospital Medical Schoo), 29 6 
St. John Hope (W. H.j 00 ^kstead C^liapel; 

Lincolnshire, 20 4 Id 
St, itohn-at- Hackney Church Instltdte, Hedpen- 

ing of. 17 Q 6 i 
St. Louis (^ngres«.27 ^20 

— Exliibition,8 J6it-19i{4<t 

Letter on. 2^5 n 10 a 

r-^^ a lietrospect. 20 if 4 6 

St. Mary** v'oUege. Paddington, 15 if 6 6 
; — Husptial, Plaistow. i^dl^ 
St. MaryUbone liidnuary^ jO i 10 , 
St. Pancras Female Orphanage. 17 li 12/ 
— i^ree Libraries in, 2o nlL i 
St. Paul's School, 606/ 
St. Saviour's and Si. CAave's Grammar School; 

Schauraann (Gen.) Case pf ; ISl i 5 
Scbidrowitz (S.) on thelnterxutidnal Cbmnoiissioa 

of Inquiry, I7ii9 , 

Schiesiuger (Kathleen) on jiVagner's **Rule Bril^ 

annU'^Overtiiro, 140.4 ., , ^^ , 
Schnadhorst (Rev. B.) on Granuine East Lobddd 

l^iilress, 3 d a ^ 

t n 



Fotlbe (eonhnued). ^ 
— Pitipatriok, Jas 



Police (ebn/inv^^). 

Cooper, Jnlin. 'for )^r»Qd. 17 n 18 </ 

Samuel, for Fraud, 80 d 8 </ 

~ Oo^p. Rev. KicWd. foV Frau(^, S o 18 & 

— Coflterihongert fur dbatractiqn, 1 a 1ft • 
'':^— Cdurtein, BtheL for AttauU 21 n \b o 

' CoiAott. Charlea. W Asiaalt 27 d 12 di 

": — Ooyoe, H. Bi^ for Bankruptcy ^raad, 21 o 

- — Crabi>, H. B^ Tor Bdbbcnlmne^t, 1 1 o 4 / 

CraTen. A. B^ for A«i4ult, 2Sd2/ 

'^^ Cretpigny, Charlcia, C. de., for Obstroctioa, 

29*8« 
'^ii^ Croiteh. Henry, Tor Permitting ttrunken* 

\ieaii. 21 12 ft 
^i— O^icksbimk. R. C. for Murder, 2 n 9/ 
^i.^ ^^mmlngi, R. B^ Tor Frnud. 4 ii 1 3 / 

— Cttttdy, DaVid, for Selling UiaeaM FUh, 10 
H icy . 

-.*— Curd. Le#it for Obttnictidn. 16 a 15.0 
;—. Otrdt, A., for Attempt«*d Murder 12n ft a 
; DUley, J. J. and ibioUier, for SteAling. 27 

Si^ DaVia. Biria, attd olBeri, tor BulgU^, 29 

fc8«-7dl7rf . ^ 

^.^ Day. Bioli^ for CrueltY to i Horse, 1 o 8 « 
;—* D^AooD. Geo., and otBera, for AMidIt, 27 o 

lS/-29oie> ^ 
s^^ Delrda, O. A., for Bibtteiflemeni 24 1# 1 2 
3 Dent. MAnfiadnlte, and otHers, for Keeping 

ft dotting Houae. 15 8/ , 

^.. Denton, Harold, for Driinkenneet, .4 10 i 

-, Dbw. AroHibald. for As^adlt, 15 • 3 / 

:^- Dibkadn. Rich., fdr Po^aeaaing Unaoiind 
-trttit.6dl2/ * * ^ 

^-^ Don^didn, Aletanoer, for Uiing an lUicit 

fitUl,10oll/ 
.^i— DoooTan, (>)ihrad and iCndtHer, fo^ MuMer, 

IS0 l8a-26b4/-8« 12/-10» 12/ 
^— Dotaailer, MArtiii, and Another, lor Sit- 
ing; d <i 4 jT 

z Ooyle. JoHn, for MbAedilitenour,, 1 UXO d 

i^^ DriaoolU Daniel, for Stealing, 23 (2 12 a 
^.^ Dmnloidnd-Hity, Q. C^ for AaaaOft, IS d 

2/ 

^ Dtikoo, tod otheri. lor Woiinding. 26 li 10 ft 

l^Biin, AUwrt, for Cruelty to Uis Child, 7 d 

il d 
A-^ Diinatftn; W. H.. lor 8iei(!in'g, S(5 n 10/ 
_' bnrb^ Gold Mlnea^ f or CoDfilpaniea Act 

Olfende, 20^14/ . . , j 

i_ Dation; JoNn, ifnd Anoe, fol Negleotlng 

ttM^ Cl^lldr^n. 15(1 15 
A^ BtUot, Chain «hd Ktbtttiar for Bu'iglairy, 18 

^^ jBtiftinii Citthi6rin4 lor MenbUioighter, 14 a 

iia 

^.^ ETedo1f,.JuSBe d^ lor Ba(nkrtfpi^ Fraud, I 

A' A ^ H A ^ ^ 

A.^ Fatti^L Gio^inVii, and othe^ M Stdaling,- 

116 2/-l7ol2/ 
A^ F^a, Anna a, fot Fraud; 81 o 2/— 7 n 11 

/—9 a 3^— 14 a 12 / 
J Ferrand, Geo^ for Furious Motor Car Drir- 

hik7d\7 € 
«B- Fiaher. F. W., for Attem)^«Bd Fratid, 17 e 

|#/-22 an a 

n 



Taj^ for Murder, 19 7 cf— 26 

— Fleming. Tboa.. for Bmbenlenient. 24 d\%g 
- Fletcher, Wm., iFor Motor Car Act Offeooe, 

---- Fordyoe, .A. and otbera, for Motor Car Aci 
Offenoa 28 ^ 2/ 

— Foster, Jo&n, for, Murder, l4 d IO.a . 

— Freeman, E. A^ for Attempted Murder, 14 

— : Froat. T. B., for Poaaesskng Diseaaed A^t, 
12 02/- 26 4/ _^ ..... 

— Fmit Application to Condemn Bad, 19 m 5/ 
Fryer. 1). R.. for Dmnlenness^ 17^ 8 a 
Folhani Football tnd Athletic Company; 

_ ^or Misdedteanour, 30 n 4 </ 
-^^— Galob, Abraham, for Stealing, 7 «f 17 « 
— - Gas Light and Cioke Coinpany for Supply- 

ing Inferior Gaj». 12 a 5. o 
^— Gates, sUnley. fdr Railway Fraud, 3 tf 4 f 
^— Gear, Alfred, and another, for Keeping a 

Bettmg House. 22 if 2 ft 

— Gbbert^ J. W., for Lodging Houae Act Of- 
fence. I5i 15 < 

Goiding, Geo^ for Keeping a Diaordetly 

Hovide, 20 414/ 

— Goldrick Bliaalieth, for Keeping a Dia^ 
orderly House; 23 d 1 2 a 

— ^ Goldstein's Stores, fdr Gompaniea Act Of- 
fence, 14 d 17 a 

— ' Gdddman, Uliob, fdr Attempted Bribery, 7 
olid 

— n Gusliog, Florence, lor Forgery, 13 18 d^ 

— GraTCS, Geo^ lor Fraud, 16 a 4 i . , ^ 
•^•^ Grantham, Jilitioe lor , Building Bylawi 

OfiFenre. 14 li a 6—15 d 1 1 d^lH d 12/- 23 d 

8/— 28 1*5 # 
-^— - Great Baaterni Railway Company; for 

Soaoke l^uiaance, 27 o I3/-I8a4ft 
— - Grmry, R. M., for Murder, 9fi «f 12 ft. 
Griffin, Rose, and sinother. for Stesillng. 30 

ii4 0— 6d 150 

— Gro?^ (lee, and another, for Begging, 20 
d 14/ 

— — Gurgal, Sdbmon, and another, lor Factory, 
Act Offence, 15 d 15 « ^ 

— Hainea, F^ for Cruefty to a Horae, 18 n 4 ft 
— ^ Hallman, Two Brotheia Namied, for Aasaulti' 

29 4f8 e 

— HarbacK, AKoe, for Cruelty to her Child; 
In \5/ 

U4rding, Hdnry, F„ lo^ Stealing, 3 18 d^ 

8 3/ 
— ^ Harratt, A:t^ for Etoplng a Duordatly 

Uoii'se, 10 • 4 ft-24 if 12 e 
Uarriea, Thbs, for Frai^ 31 iT 12 ft 

— Harris, Vahk. for Frattdr24 <f 12 ^ 

— HarriaoQ, Arthur, for Disorderly Conduct/ 
W a 12 e 

— - Jeunio^for Non-payment of Ra!^ 18 
nHd 

— Uarrodk, for Misdemeanour, 28' a 12 4— 2d* 
n56 

— Hartford; W, P„ for AttMpti»d FrtfUd; 19^ 



bob. 31. iboi] 



^iLiikB^s iRltEi to^'THk ^iifki'* Nkiir&PApiEB; 



¥<A 



"l^olioe (amtinued), , , 

- Harvey. Wna^ and another, for Stealing, 7 
oU a , . . . 

-^-< Hawkirrt, Geo., for Attempted Pick Poc&- 
etinic. 11*20 

^ Hay. G. C^D., for AMa^ilt, ^\ d U i 

^•^^ Hefele, Itfdor. for Forgery. 81 ^ 18 i 

- Hendrie. W. G., for Annoyance, 5 q 18 a 

Herno. Paroo, iLnd To. for Fnad, 24 «^ 15<i 

*— Hicktoo. Jat., for Cruelty to hit Children; 

Ueliy 
— ^ Higg. F^ and H. F:, for Non-payment ot 

Waget. MdZa 
' HUU Arthdr 9m for Stealing. 3 o l3 li 

Hirit, J. Mm for Biirglary, 28 d IJ 

Hirer, E. B., aud another, for Vagrancy, 8 

-..-. Hobbe. Afinie, for SteaUn^, 27 o 18/— 8 n 

12/— 9n8i2 . 

" — Hodgee, Jat^ and anbtjUr, f^r Stealing, 21 

diZd , 
HofTD&an, Chfta., for M order, 22 a 18 e— 1 i 

AJ^&d 16 a 
-»- — Paul, for Attempted Fraud, 6 a 16 4 

Wm., for Murder. 8l o 12 i -2 a l^/— 

9n9d ^ 

' Uoldway. Mary, for Murder, 23 la 10 6— 2 

'^ »S*i . . 
'*— Holmes, A. J., for Milrder, 5 6 8 ft— 6 oic 

—^^oWf . . , 

tfooley, B. T., abdanuttter, for Conttiiracjr, 

808/ 

Horn, W. T., for Stealing. 5 i 16 ft 

Howell, C. Wm for Trade MiLrkt Act Of- 
fence, 10 tf ^ 0—17 dSa 

"' Hnmm Frank, fir Rail Wat Friiud^ \ii2f 

-T— Hnnteir, Graeme, and aodtber. for Fraud 

284 8 tf 
'-^r- Innes, L. B., for BmBeiileiileni. tO d U *f^ 

7&dUa ^ 
-i-> Jackmin 4 CoT, for Non-payment iot 

Wagea. » a 16 d[ 

— Jackson, Edwin, and another, for Motor- 
Car Act Offence. 8 <i 4 

» Henry, and other s, for Vagrancy, idio 

— Jacob, Manrlbe, for Forgery, 16 n 16 ft— 
83 a 12 u 

— JAgflier, Albert^ and another, for Fraud, 1 
a 10/ 

^— Jsgo. J. W., for Sbttifat >1^ k) A Sbl^, H 
e 8e 

— JarTis, Whi^ for Bsiiaping trom Prison, 2i8 
»6ft-8iie ^ . w ^ . . 

-— Jasper, Annib, and another, for Neglecting 
ft Chikl, 27 o 18/ 

Jayes, J. N:, for Attempted Murder, 14 d 
la 
^ Jensen, Fredk^ for Possessing Unsound 
Food. 17 612/ 

i— Joel, holomon, tor Per|oi7, 7 6 11 il 
— Johnson, J. B., for Fraud, 10 ^ 12/— 17 a 
Idii 

- Thoa.. for Misdemeanour. 6 6 18 ft , 
Jones, a. K^ for Fraud, 14 11/— 2 a id 
j^*!28a 18 0-12 li 15 d 

Jas^foirFrilud, 17i& 18^ 

W; F;) for iUieile Off«uo^ 24 i 15 I& 



Police (eontinmd), 

Joseph. M E., for Perjury, 30 » 9/ 

— Kalisky, Israel, for Factory Act Wende; 
16 d I6«. 

^ampifen. Henri, for ^oi>ge^. 6 o 12/ 

— Kelly. Walter, for Attediptin^ to Pkslt 
Pockets. 12 a 6 a— 19 a 5/ •2b a 5 ft 

&emp, edit for Ftirlous Motdr Cti llriv* 

Ing^ a 11 ^ . . 

— Keriiicke. Marial, and others, toi iteepin^ 
a Gaming House. 18.0 i3^— 2i o 18 a 

— kingsley, OliTer, for Miirder, 20 6 l2/'-27 

— Krauss, Eniil, for Bmb&ileroent, ,>*6n Ad 
kurts Aaron, for siealing. 24 n 12 c 

Lamb, ('^il, for BmbtSaldident, 12 2/-: 

28 o 18 a 
Laihlng, Hirriet Anil, for Frntld. 8 o 13 i 

— Ungi^drihy^ \t. t., for Bmb^lemeUt^ 19 
dit 

— Lascar Heaoien, foif Woitdding. 23 il 1 H 
— * Law, Alfred, ^d another, for Allsdeuiean* 

biir, 19 a 6/ 

— Lawln, Heiiry, for Riiilway Fraud, I if 4/ 
-^-» r^wrenoe, Alfred, for .Stealidg 8 a 8/ 
LeacH. J. T^ tor Stealing. IM d U€ 

' — Lethbridge, Fredk^ for Assadlt. 4 a l8 /. 

Lewis, Sdsan, for Misdemeanour, 28 • 2 4 

— Liliey. Harriett L., and another, for GiTiti^ 

a False Reference, 29 d 12 

Line. Henry, for Misdeinitanottr. l3 i 18 <l 

Linioit, A. R., for Forgery. 2'i d 2/ 

— LlOyd, Tonl for Nod-payment of Wages, i 
k8/— II a 2s 

— IfOridon Brighton add Sootli Coast Kadway 
Coifapaiiy, for Soioke Ndisance. 13 o 18 4 

— Ljongmsii, John, for Stealing, 5 a 16 <f — II 
«20 

Loveday, ^. C^ f^ Ait&tiilted duieid^ 

SO a » 

Low, J. A., and others, for Fradd. 27 6 13> 

— - MacArtney, Dairid; and ibotlier, fo^ Fraud; 

21 b It 

Magne, Leopold, for Stealing. l2 2/-19 

6 2 c— 26 o 4/ 

Magnus. Israel, for Stealing, 2 ^ id li 

— Maillard, Alex., and others, for Motor Car 
Act Otfen^e. 26 2 « 

— Marlow, Jas^ add others, fdr Cdnipirilcy. d 
o '2/ . . 

.:2. Mar^. Jdhtt. for Mdrd. f 29 </ 12 a 

— Mlfulial]: Kredk.. fdr Embexiaement, IH a 1 ^ 

— Mason. Arthur, for Bottbery wiiH Vlul doej 
ri^f-Hd 61I 

— Masters. £di^. fdr Fraud. dOd2t 

— Mc Gee, Uhas.. for Wounding, 15 11 4 il . 

— LlKeil, Alfred, for Cruelty ko his i;hild; 
16 if 6 '4 . 

— Mervditb, THot^ for Crutlty io His Child: 
ten, 28 rf 2/ , t 1 . 

— BlerryiiiAo; Bdgar, for Cruelty lo aPody) 

21 d 16 I* . _.,. , 

-^ MetropoUtan Theatre of Viinetiea, fdr Ndl 
MaTiiig a UoenciB, 29 Id 6^6 a 16 4 ^ 

— Meyer, Hugo, for i^tediiog. 8 A 18 d ^ ^ 

— Moire, ^isT, tor AtteniiltM AlMe^. It ll 
a— 24 SI 12 0—81 <t 12 ft tA 

ft tl 



Pol 



r almsb'b imdsx to ** thb tiiibs ** mbwsfapbr. 



[Oct. 1 U 



-•i*- 



Morley. L. J^ for Forgery, .91 d 18 <i— 38 if 

2/ 
Morley . W. A., for Stealing, 87 if 12 a 

-»i» Mortimer, H. 3^ and another, for Stealing, 

22 n la • 

-» Mott Berbert. for Embleszlemeot, 22 n 13 

Mallinfl, Wm , for Wilful Damage. 29 n 8 « 

•-^ Muranda, Leon for Murder, 30 </ 2/ 
-*^ National Model Dwellings Company, for 

Sanitary Act Offence. U c 13 </— 22 d%d 
National Society, ior Building Act Offence. 

29 rf 12 a 

— Neala Alfred, for Burglary. 21 4 13 d 
^•^ Nrl^on and Sons, and another, for Poaaee- 

sing KHl§e Weights. 1 1 n *2 ^ 

-»- N> w Sooih London Music-hall for Misdem- 
eanour HI a 12 

^— Newton. Geo., and another, for Reckleas 
N«Tii(Htion H ^ 4/ 

^— NichoUn. ErniSt, for Fraud, 5 d 15 a— 10 d 
4 ft-lh dhd 

-^ Nijthiingale, Alfred, and another, for 
Ou<'lty Ut a Horse. 7 o 11 '/ 

— — NisM*n, Chri'^tinn. and another, for Fraud, 
lOo ll/-!* \\ J 

— Noble. S. M.. for Man»laUKhter, 28 n 4 4 

— Nugent. Jus., for Fraud. I.H o i8 ^ 

— Nunn, Kate, for ^>Miiitary Act Offence, 7 a 
11 / 

>- O'Connor, Chss.. for Assault 19 <i 14 a 

Odotichs, F. W., for Stealing, 18 <{ 2/^20 

d 14/ 

Ogden. (has., for Stealing, 19 a 5/ 

— Olcsenchandier. Pavel, for Uobbefy with 
Violence. '^2 A 13 ^—26 d \2 a 

•— O'Leary. Jeremiah, for Asaault 1 « 16/ 

Oliver, rhas.. and another, for Cruelty to 

Hoi'i*ea, 1 4 o 11/ 

— - Ornero, (^apt. Peter, for Smoke Nuisance, 

26 n •> ^ 
*— Orteili, Herman, for Misdemeanouri 8o6a 
—» Owi^n, Jos., and another, for Disorderly 

Conduct. 2^ a 2/ 

— Oxford Music Hall, for not Having a 
Licence, 4 e 10 li — 1 2 o :i;/— 20 o 1 2/ 

— Oxley. J. O., for Assault 22 o 1 3 e 
-«• I'almer,! aroline, for Fraud, 28 a 12 

— Parker, Wm., and others for Stealing, 15 n 
4 d 

^mmm, Parry, Sir Hubert, and others, for Furious 

Motor-i ar Driving, 10 n 12/ 
— . Pas well, Uea. for Assault. 14al2/-18tt46 
-^ Patterson, H. F. 18 isi 
^— - Peacock, Q^o,^ tot Wounding 3o\Sd 
«— Pearce, Geo., and another, for Lottery Act 
Offence, 7 a 11/ 

for Possessing Diseased Meat, 10 11 / 
Pearson, Uhas.,for Fraud. 17o 12/ 
for Attempted Fraud, 31 2/ 



John, and another, for Fraud, 11 18 e— 
19o20 
— - Phillips, Jol^o* for Cruelty to a ^orse, 21 d 
ISd 

W. £., for Embezzlement, 7 i 17s 

fa 



Police (cofKinueii). 

Pick, Ernest, for Fraud, 24 oil/ 

Poole, Edmund, for Asaault. 10 a 1 2 f 

— Portarlington, Earl of, andotheft. for Furl- 
ousMotor-CarDriving, 2RalOft 

.— Powell, J. F., and another, for Assault 15 a 

4 d 
Powoceby,S. S.,and another, for Keeping 

a Betting House. 31 02/ ». ^«.ij 

Presswell Emily, for Cruelty to her GhOd- 

ren, 19</I4tf _ ^^ „ ,^ 
Price, Sarah, and others, for Stealing, 10 e 

£ Wm., tor Attempted Murder, 4o 10 4 

- Prior. G. C, for Embenlement, 2a6d— 10 

Pritchard. Chas., for Stealing, 1 7 n 6 / 

Rabinowits. Maurtoe, for Forgery^ l44/«.-8 

d 4/ 

Rainger, John, for Stealingv 17 4 8a 

Keece. W. R.;for Perjury, I 8« 

Reeves. Nellie for Assault 28 a 12« 

Reid. Adolph, and another for Keeping a 

Disorderly House, lOe 11; ^ ^ ^ 
Reid, O.U.. and another, for Bankniptoy 

Fraud. 3 « 12/-25 n 10 «-l d 4/ 

RhiU. Harry, for Smuggling. I o 9# 

Riuhter. Marguerite, and others, for Keepmg » 

a Disorderly House, 1 rt 4f 

— Rickards, A. C, and another, for Selling 
Pirated Music, 80 10 a .,0 ..j 

Roberts G. E., for Embenlement, 13 18 d 

Roberts. Geo., and another, for Poesessiag 

Diseased Meat, 2lal2» 

Robinowita Maurice, f or Laroeoys 1 » rf 14 « 

Robinnon, Fredk-, for Fraud. 8U 12 5 

Seth. for Keeping a BettkigHouse^ 8 rf 4 a 

Robley. Wm., and others, for Furioas. Mo- 
tor t ar DrivloR, 17 a 18 4 ^ „ ^ 
Rood, A. W.,for Posseseing Diseased Mea^: 

6 4 16 ' 
Rogers. Anni«, and another, for Keeping a 

Disorderly House. 18 a 15 A -23 a 12 a 
Ropcke, Max. for Embecdemen^ 23 a 12 • 

Roscoe, J. B., for Fraud. 10 el 1 1 

Rose. Harry, for SteaUng. 18 4 15 4 

KothwelL Chas., and others, for Duobey- . 

ing Orders. 9ii34 , 

Bothwell, Thos, and Wm., for Murder, 28 4 

llowley. Thos. and another, for Stealing, 1* > 

o3/— 29ol66 ^ ^_ 

Koyal MaU Steam Packet Company, for . 

Non-payment of Wages, 14 4 17 « 

Ryan, Patick, and another, for Attemp^g n 

to Pick Pockets, 21 a 15 tf— 24 »'18 <»-^* » 
10 h * 

Sakolsky. Moris, for Fraud, 19 4 14 e . . 

Salmon, J, and Son, for Misdemeanour, 22 4 - 

2 4 
Salter, Samh, A*, for Keeping a DIsordeily 

House. 214 13 4 ^ « . 
Samuelson, Henry, for Sospeded Felony, 

25 o 13 (T o _i 
Sapsed, Frank, and «tben,ior Bttrgiavyr n 

I 8 60 

I Saundere^ Albert, tof Fiaad, il • U/ •• 



Dec. 31, 1904.] rAi.iiKR'8 ik»ex to " the tiiies, " iiEwsPAi'ia. 



Pol 



PtUcai {rmUtnued). 

.-^kJaiDcfs'taiad Pall MaU Elttctrio Light 

Company, for Misdemeanuar, 15 d \!> e 
—.V 8ehulu, If redk.4 and others, for Stealing. 2» 

— . Seott, Flvreaos. lor Attempted Fraud. 25 

n lOu 
■ Wm.» for Attempted Fraud, 21 a 15 0— 

83 a 12 d 
«^ Seagrave, Q. A., and another, for Stealing, 

104 4 
«— s>elb/ Elizabeth, for Keeping a DiMrderljr 

Uoave, 20i{ 14/ 

Shearer. J. G., for Fraud, 26 <tf 6 6 

Shephtfrd* OaTid,for Fraud, 12 &i -11 a 

40 
F. L. for Biervhandiae, Marks Aot Offence, 

23 <i 12 a-24 d 12 d 
■ Louisa, for Stabbing, 5 i 15 a 

— — Sherwood. I'ercy, aud auother. for Stealing, 

5ol3a— 19o2 
— > Shiiin, Kobert» and another, for Selling Bad 

Fish,i6<< • d 
«^- siikau, Ludwig and another, for Burglary, 

10 d^b 

— SUcheater Sick Benefit Society, for Hisde- 
meanour, 23 d 12 a 

• — Silk. Edvf., for Deserting his Chadren, 86 n 

6e 

Simes. C. B<, for Fraud. 8 o 8/ 

^— Simmouda, iio<>e and Harriett, and another, 

for Keeping a Disorderly House, 5 d \o a 
m Fnid£, aud another for Neglecting their 

ChUdren. 14 i 1 / 
^-* Sunon, — , for Non-payment, of Fees, 4 a 

13/ 
^^~- Simpson, Annie, and another, for Cruelty 

to Children. \ n lb j 
^^ Sinclair, Louis, for Assault, \i d IS a 

— dkipp. £. J., for Felouy. 28 <l 2/ 

— blovnan, Maurice, for Stealing. 26 <i 12 a 
•^ buiailinan Alderman, and others, for Fraud, 

13 13/ 

— Smith. Annie, and others, for Keeping a 
Disorderly House. 2tf <» t2 u 

■ Arthur, for Assault. 2t 12 6 
U. B„ for Fraud, dn'6 e 

hAuL, for Neglecting a v.hild. 24 11/ 

■ Geo., for ^rueity to a tlorse, 17 o 12 / 
U. L., for Stealing, \d n ^ d 
Wui^ tor burglary, 2tf o 2 

for Keeping a Disorderly House, 81 d 



lo d 



for Stealing. 21 4 \2 *i 



^— duapper, damuel,for Attempted Murder, 19 
d 14 0-26 c/ 12 a 

.-^-Soutli Suburban Oas Compiny, for Supply- 
ing inferior Gas, V> n 3 s 

Souihweek. i^dw., and others, for Robbery, 

tiid Uu^Si d\%b 

- &pry, A. G.. for Fraud. 6 12/- 13 18 <i 

- - Squires, J. H., and others, for Selling Adul- 
terated Spirits, 11 n 2 « 

•»- dtftt^e LJcencea, Applications for 89 a 3 #*— 

21 dl u 
^-«* Stanley. Ghas., and others, for Orual^ to a 

Horse; 1^ a 5/ 



Police ioontinned). ^ , , » 

Steer. CJhas., for Stealioff 26 rf 12 fl 

Stevens. Wm , and Wife, for Craelty to 

their • hildren, 7 n II / 
Stewart. HenrietU. for Stabbing, 23 a 12 tf 

-T stratia. Luigi, for ttxcisa tJienoe, »« o 13 

^..25 o 18 
Suckfull P. P., 'or Fraud. 20 18/^87 e 

SSrift, Walter, for Reckless Niivigatioa. 1 a 

10/ 

Taylor, J. W.,'fo^ Stealin,?. 22 n 130 

Taylor's Hotel for' Qenilemen, for Not 

Having a Licence, I2 4 !.> rf 
Tennaot, Wm., for Fosseswng Pirated 

Music. Id nd 
Thielbar. Qeorg. for Crm^lty lo-a Pony, 14 

— Thiesa. Morici for Bmbtarlement, 1 t>o 13^ 
Thomas, Chai.. and another, for Fraud. 6 

II 18 / 
^^ fidward, for Food and Drugs Act Of- 
fence, 80 €12/ . r^^ . 01 

; Wm..for Furious .^otor '"ar Driring. 31 

Thirnton. Maty, for Wilful" Damage. 27 d 

Thoroycroft. Sir John, for Not HaTmg a 

Tinkner. J. B.. for Stealing, 80 o 18 /-2 7 

Toab. Esther and others, for Stealing, 5 a 

Torossian. Garabad, for Keeping a Bettiag 

House, 24 tf 12 ^ . .. u - 

Townesend, Louisa, for Neglectmg her 

Children, 2a «/ 12 a .^ - ^ 

rrinnam.n. Jo«., f<ir Wounding. 16 a 4 tf 

iucker, y has , f«>r Itailway Fraud, I tf 4/ 

Turner, Krue-t. f >r Kailway Fraud, 6 did a 

Tyler, Ja«., and another, for Stealing, 16 n 

United GenuKH Primrose Tailors' t'lub, 

for vlisdemeanour. 7 « » • /* 
Van Gelder. Isidore, fof Misdemeanour. H 

Heck, and Sons, for eoe^?s«lng Uos m^id 

Fruit. 6 12/ g ^i A 
Vandeihout, M. J., and others, for Misde- 

meanour. \t n \'6tl » q 

— Waddi.iguin, Arthur. and another, for Bur- 

irlary, 27 •* «2a --'V» a M a 
_ Wallace, J as., for Bmbeazlement, 2« a 12 e 

16 d \h B 

Waf reo, Jas., for Burglary. 18 « 4 6 

Wa»aington. .1. W., and anotner for Km- 

bezzlement, udT e 
%vattB, Julia, Application lor a Summons 

againut » n 3 6 • . . . 

T Webb. A. IS. for ISmblrtilemeut, 7 a II <l 

VVeir, uaTid. and anoilier. lor Oontpaniea 

Act Offdnce. M <i 1 7 A ., ,_ , , .,, 
Wheeler, Frank, for EiflbeMlemenI, II a 

White. W. B., for' FgwrfMofc»ra Aotr Of- 

* fenctf, ii> tt 1*4 • .^ J 



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?AfJf«B'9 tm^ TO *.imm t(«Ba '• ViW|P4Pf». 



[Oetit^ 



Police- foff^tmcfltf). 

— Whitfif Id. Spencer, for Stealing. 2d^^ 

2 — Wilkins, C J., and Another, for Stealioff, 
24ii 16.1 . • . e 

^ Marj y., for Stealing. 14 « 12 J 

- — lyUliHms, Henry, for Won tiding, 5 n \B 4 

l/VilsoQ, Henry, for Neglecting l^is Children, 

■ 4ohiL for Attempted Fn^ad. 29 a 8 e 

r — Wqqd^'G^.. for Stealing, 88 i 2 4 

— Woolgaf, ft. li. fur Annoyance. ^n\S/ 
Wjirker, y. C, for SteaUng, 15 a id 

•— * W6r«|^ipfa} CompaD^ of Ironmbngera, for 

]^on-payment of PaVing Rate. 23 a 12 a 
-— Weight, A. E.. for ^ubeslemeal. 18 d 2/ 

Albert, for ArM>n, 26 a 8/ 

>— Jaa,, tor Stealing, 24 a 6 » 

m Joe., and otljera. fpr fnfia^idatioii, 1 • 16 

^—8 w 3 /— 19 a oy • 
-^* Zolpir, Chaa.. for Wqnnding. 21 4 13 ii 
,— iwink, Qltq, for Bailway Fraud/ 17 a 18 4 
Ppiipe'Cue df SuMnoteo<|eut Viit^ l8o Se- 
^ 27o 5 S--87p 67-1 a 8/-7 nip 
— -^ the Cpaiini«siooer^a Reoort. 8 q II / 

— cVf?Maion. 8 4 ;7a^ 

r— Manpheafer. 8 d TdMe d 8/— 2i d 9 a 
r— Keaignation of 9^ Metropolitan Pqlioe Magia- 
irate, 27 d ho ' ' r ' ' 

Warning, I9cni f 

political Apathy, Lettera on. 28 ^ 8 <f.80 d 13/ 

— and Ecunomip Circle oi the National Liber- 
al Club, Dinner; « li 8 y ^ ^^ 

|*olitioal Notea, laa every dag'f ffaper d^ing 

Fetiaioba^ 20 • 12/ 

foUock (Adrian) on the Ci^ and the Nary. 23 

— > (Sir F.) on Imperial Organiaatlon. 17 o 8 a 

—26 e^a ■ .. -p.,.. 

Polytechnic, 4 o6</ 

Poor Clergy Kelief Corporation, Letter on. 10 li 

12 ^ • ? 

^— Law Conference, 9 if 9 •> 10 d 16^ 
«— Uefief ill ^'ranoe and EoKland, ^I'o 14 a 
Population aa a Baaia of HediatiibatlQn, Lettera 

on. 24dl/tf— dOii»a 

port and Portugal. Letter on, 15 d 4 a 
Portland (Duke of) on the Kiaat London Hofpi- 

Ui for I hildreii, 22 a 6 d 
fO&TUaAti :- 

— - Kitig of. Letter on, 10 d 9 a 

Nt^ I abinei, 2o 6 8 a—22 o 5 a 
---- ^aignation of the Miniatry, i8 a 4 a 
i^— jiiidfbe pniied Statea, 2« a 5 a 
Ppriugueae Uoluny and tbeir Sovereigna, 29 a 
t b ' 

Puai Offlca^ Advance Oh (iatroaaPoating, 1 d i4d 

'*- brttiab and i^oreign roatal Facilitiea, Let- 
ter OH, 8 a 2 a 

-— iJash on Uehrery Syatem, 16 a 9 a~l a 18 
/— i2«i;iV. 

■ Lettera on, 13 o 8 a— 19 a 10 a— 28 a 11 

4-31 o .6(/— b a8a 

— ( hnstmHa Ariangementa, 8 d 11 a 
at i^iTerpool, 2i tf 10 d 
1 ofrtitig for Plaoea Abroad 12 o 9 i 

and CUriatmaa Traffic, 128 a 9 a ' 

14 



Poat Ctfllce, Colonial Poatal O^rdera, SI d 3 d 
— ^ the Diamtaaal of aa fcmploya, 5 d 12 4 

— £mb(]|Me4 Postage Stampa, i6 d 9 / 
-«• and an f ntemationai Stamp, 2 a 14 / 
— • Letter on, I «> 8 & 

— Loai or t>elayed Poital Orders, Letter on, 
27 p 8 d 

— ^ and Mi(gaf inea and Newtpapers, 27 d 9 f 
— — Manchester Telegrapk Meaaeng^r Corps, 3 

f 4/ ^ * 

Meaaengera' Drilling Oorfw. 21 n 8/ 

—'Money Ordera for ^d from Para and 

)Uaod. iddoa ' ^ 

^^ — RuMi^, 19 4/ 
«— Newepaper Poatagc^ 17 d 10 a 

Noticea. 7d9« 

Objectionable Post (^rda. 18 d U 6 

Parcel MWiU for South Africa. 19 a 7 d 

Poat to Peraia, 2%^d 



Poatage to China. Letter on, 7 a 8 ^ 
to Rhodeaiai, Lettqra on, 8 a 10/— 7 a8 h 
—10a 10'^— I4a8ctf 
— -. the Foetal qfderSyatem. 6 e 6 a 

Fbatat Orders for Uermnda, 1 a 8 6 

II Cyprut, 16 e 7 a 

Rates 10 o 12/ 

— - PriTste Inland Postqan^s, 21 e 18 a 
.— Post iUtrds 27 a 4 «i 

Uedn<^ Kate for Prea« Telegrams betweea 

the Uiii^' Kiogciom and dnogary, i9 d^d 

-.> SeryauU, \Vages. 12 a V/ 

- as a Shop -a ^Vomao's GriaTance, Letter. 
on,17aVd 

— - Sissi'of Poet Carda. Letter on, 7 a 4/ 
-i^i* Telegraph Money Ordera, 8 a 4 a 
----> Ultaae. Letter on, <(i a l8 a 

Wages, the Committee on, 22 e 10 ^ 

^— Loudon Directory, 23 d 4/ 

Postage to iihodvaia Tia the Baohoanaland Proj 

tfcotonte. Letter oii, 2o a 2 / 
Pof lal Officials. Grl^raooea of, 18 e 4 a 
Poatmeii i^ud Chriatmaa Sojiea, 21 d 4 a 
Poatiiien'a Federation, Meeting, 1 1 a 4 a 
PoUtoea, High Prioea for, 19 # i/ 
Powelliaed Wood 4 a 1/ 
Powera and the Far Kaat, 28 d 8 d 

and .viacedonia, 14 d 6 d— 1& d 5 a-20 d 5 < 

Prqotipai Land UefoVm, 8 a 8/ 

Prkit {iL 'a.) oil Hural Uonaiog and Rural By- 

iawa. ^8 a u y 
Pnwchera for To-morrow, 1 o 11 a— 8 a 10 a-^U 

a i2d^U II a— 29 a i8 a-6 a 13 a— 12 a tO. 

a— 19 11 12 a— 28 a i4 a— 8d 9 a— 10 d 18 a — 

17 4^9 a— 24 a 9 e-8rd6<i 
PreHse (Sir W. U.) on Pliilae anJ Dam, 18 a 9 ff 
Premiera and iheir Teruia of Office, Letter on, 5 

d li' a ' 
Premium Bonua System^ 29 a 18 a 
Prvaby Wiiao Churuhea, Ohangae In, 8 o 8 d— 7 a 

8 d -14 a 6y— 21 a 7 a— 6 a 7 c 
Preaervatiou of St. Marka, Letter on, 20 d 16 q 
Preaa Ceoabrahip, Letter on, 19 a 8/ 
Preatou ^S. H.) ou Miasing Heirs and Kindred 

in 19U4. 28 CI 6/ 
Pretymao ^li^, Q.; at Woodbridge, Ibl d 10 d 
PreTttiUnff Political Apaiby, Letter on, 27 d 5 a^ 
PrereiiMOuof Consiimpiinn, iddli/ 

' • I'M » 



Pec, 51, 19Df3 



?^LMI||^'« mD]|P^ ^ ^i-mtV^VM" i<*Mim>A^^Rp 



^}i' 



f rereotiv^ ReMueand Peoiientiary Work. Let- 
ter on, II aiOtf . / . •? 

Price ( A. R.) on Water Finding. Soddd 

f rimroM Leagae, 21 ojj 

— - and Muiiicipai Elections, Letter on, 9 a 14 6 

PriDoe's Skating Club, »i o 10/ 

Private BUi LegislHtioo. 4 n 4 e 

— BUif for IsiUd. 2*t I'd d 

friry CouncU OaMt. fee Citii. AcwoMi 
Probation of lfir*t Offenderi. L.eiter on; 1 J 4 « 
Produce Market. «ee €v9r^ dayU paper 
property Market, :;4 6 » « -31 o U «-5 • 1 1 /~ 
16 n «/-!» n 13 i-2ti n 12 J-« << 1 1 ^-17 4 

Protection. Definition <tf. Letter on, 10 o 10 # 
- — for IndiAO Trade, Letter on, -^6 ti 2 > 
ProTlncUl 8tock Ifixohange. eeeenery day'k paper 
Public BueiiioM 4ud PabUc Time, LetMf on. 1 1 

-^ — Health Weekly Ratarn, 6 a 3 e-I2 o 12 / 
— 1» o » rf^26 o 12 *-.2 a 3 e^» m 16 *-16 a 
n I3/-23 a I2 «- 30 aia-^ld 13 <tf -14 d 16 
/-2l .* l2/-.^tf e/9tf 
-— tiuuee l>uat, I o 10 6—24 oS e 
•r— iMoooie and tixpeuditqre. 5e 11 /—1 2 o 11 
/-lyo I2tf-2tfe 3/-in4o-9»14c-16 
a 13 11-23 a ir/^30 a 14 6-7 d 4 b^U d 16 
0-2I d 13 (1-23 4 12 a 
-— t|ohool Sconce Maeten' AseodaUoa. An- 

Dual Cotifereaoe^ 28 </ 3 d 
-— Works lAMn Board. BeSe 
Pnbiichuuee Licences tiie Value of, 19 a 12 
Pulley (H. C.) on the .stock Exchange, 12 a 15 » 
Purohai (OoL W. B.; 06 the Gordon Boys' 
Home, i H» b "^ 

Purleigh Church and George Washington, 1 a « 6 

ryktt(.Arthur)on lri»h l^nd Purcha«e, 2 n 3 / 

Pyne (J. A., Mayor of Ueptfordi ou the Distress 

HiDepitonl,304V6 * ■"'^ 

Q. 
Quadrant Cycle, 6 i 1 1 if 
^utbtc Utfctions, iB m 7 <; 

- Poliiics, 8 a 6 e— 9 a 6 a 
()u«en Alexandra s$anatoriuui at Davos, 6 6 </ 

— Charlotte's Hospital, 12 a ^'f 

— Victoria MemoraL 9dSd 
Queensland Budget, 3 6 c ' 

— Traasdry Aetttrai, 4 • 4 a 

Badical Argument or »• Throwing Stones hi 

Glass Houses," Letter on. d\o\3e 
Badley College, Utio Comedy a^ o a 16 a 
Bagged School Uuioh, 27 o 7 •— 17 a 7 4— 30 d 
6 # 

Baikes (U. T.)on the Education Act in Wales, 
12 a 9 

Railway Accidents, sse AooiDBHTa-aAiLWAr 
— • Agreement, Important/i9 a 7 e 

— Arrangement, Christmar 20 d 16 e 

— and others bills. 21 a 47^ 

— Carriages. Ventaation of. Letter on. 1 6 « 14 / 

— • Clearing House auperaonmition ^und. ii d 
\Qe ^ '•^ 

CoapUugs and BrakM, 9 i^ 14 a 



Riilwuy Riites. Too b -\ aJ0/-7 78/ 
Letters on, 14. 8 /-21 o 12 <7.-3^ 3 a. 

— Run, Long Non.stop, Letter on, ildbd 
5Jigiv»l)i»g During Kog, 21 ti n a 

Wolf KUledon the ao'd If 

-- Al^bi^ma Greap 8ojith).rn, 24 a, 14, a -.7 A 
lb 

— ^ Wiitlne Great V^e^tern, 13 0,12 4-27 e 

'P/eight Engipe fof. 19 7/ 

Art«yn- Bengal 21 i. 3 * 

— BahiaBUncaXorth.Wi^tera. 16.i|.14 dr-t^, 

— ^ B«igal Oentr%{, 3 <i 16 « -16 d,\h a 

— J>ooars 30 a 7 e 

~="i, And North. Weniern. 21 a U/-^.) a 14 « 

— a?ngal.NaKPi»r.28.n I3tf-.7i/ltf^' ' 
—— Bolivar. 4 9 12 a — 12 o i2 c 

— ^ Brasiliaii, Street, ^2 // 12 6. 

-— British.Cbji^u^vlia filectric^ ^1 1^ ^^29 ^ 

— • Bueoos.iV7'e^£^>uenada and South Coast 

— rr- Great SouU^^m, 6 o i2 St-19 oVie 
—r- and Paciac 13 1 2 a^Js a.t 4.c -l i a 12 rf 
-7=P- "«* Valpuri^so fransandiiie, 23 a 13 o- 
7 (^13 a 

— -a- Western. 7 10 tf -sfO 13 6 

— Buruia,3<f I4r— 14 ^.17 «. 

— i;fnmdiiin. b^felopm^iit Letter on. So4f 

Pacific 6 o 4 tt t.o o »/, 

—7. Can too- dan- kan, 2<f o 3 a . 

— Cape to Cairo,, t* o \2 b-i d b d 

Cathcart District, 24 o lO a/ 

Central Afrit^n., 2a 6 o 

— ^rr London and Great Western, 2 ^ 12 « 
"4712^****^"*^ *'*^'^" ^tensip,;, 2j o 1^ e-. 

^ of Monte Vi^eo. 25 o 12 tf-.* a 12 6 

Northern Ei^usion, 26 o J2 s-4 a 12 « 

Circum iSHikal^ 40^0 * 

Cordoba aud l:^rio, 26o li e-bn H b-^ 

Cuban Cea|rml, 2u o 13 <t— 27 12 d 

pell^ UmbHila, Ij^HlkM, 16 a U u^di a 13 / 

«-~ Deoierara. 22 e )|f 0—29 o i d 

— DUtrict, Let^r ou. 2ii o y a . 
-r— East ludian, lu ^ 4 0—^2 <i 12 6 

- ^yPWn GoY^nmeni. 21 o 7/ 
TT- U-uire hios^ l o 13/ -13 o 12 rf-3 a 13 «— 
12 a 13 ' .. »v . 

— German State, 1 o 5/ — 4 e 9 / 

— Grand Truul^of i'anada, 2^'d 12 a 

Gieat Indiau Peninsula, J ^<^ •« a- 13 rf 16a 

-^ fiorlherii, 1 o lo a- itf d 1^ <t 
Piusad% and Bromuton, zd a 10 a 

SJ^^**-"* ^ ^P**'*» * <> ^^ ^-'^^ 13 c 

— — Western, -Atlantic" Locomotive for 
Latter oOf 1 i| 13 d " *"s . 

' and the ^iavy, 9 u 4 e 
Mew Boittte ui the W^t. 27 ddb 



Hi|(hlfuid New LocomaUTes for the. 99 i 4 / 
Indian, i9<l 6 6 • » » J 

Midlaud, 3 d 16 a— 1 J i{ J6 a 

76 



S«i 



PALMRRt INDEX TO ^^ TBB TIMBtf,'* MBWSPAPia. 



[Oel. Ita 



•- — Inrernational Bthiopinn. 3«4 n 13 ^—20 d\Ar 

— Iiitproceanic of Mexic<». 8 </ l^/'-lS d \b u 
•— J»p»neM> in Korea, 2» ij i <i 

— Kiilka-8iDiU. 16 n 14 4 

•— Kiliiyth and Bonnjbridge, VO o IS « 
«-— LaR«)S. 24 n H/ 

■ Eztenffion, Sd 7 e 

^ — Light Kailwayt - Barti» \ d\5(f -20 <! 14 « 

• K^yptiftn Delta. I d 15 4t^21 4 18 6 

■ I Mi€idl»Fex. \\ n X d 

m Snuvdoii, 4 • n rf— 17 a 12 6 

— Siiutliend and i'olcheater, 7 o 6 A 

LoDilon. Bfiglititn iind 8outh (^oaat, 6 r* 8 6 

■ ('hNtham and Dover 21 4 13 a 

■ and North Wfotern. lU olO§ 

Madraa, $!< o9b ^3d 12 A~ iHdiJ b 

«— Mauz. i!«lectriu. 22 48 

-^> MetrupoliUD. Electric Traction on the. 14 

46a 
^^ Mexican. 8 a 18 4—1 1 a 12 « 
«— MidlNnd Uruguay, 15 a 14 4—64 14 e 

— Natal Zuhiland. 2ti 13 
w— Netheriaoda 88 11 4 <t 

— N»w York c:entral. 2 4 3 

-— H. H. Niaam't GuaraniMd State, 8 4 12 a 

- 14 " 17 e 
•^- North Eaitern, Blectrio Qooda LocomotiTca 

on. 28 4 a 



We«tern of Urusuay. 24 a 14 a -30 a 1 4 

» Orenburg -Tashkent. 14 -i a *27 o 2 <— 3 a 

4a 
i— Paraguay Central, 2 4 12 a 

— Paris. Lyona and Mediterranean, 26 • 10 

— Kohilkund and Kumaon, 7allf-16al40 

— BuBsiau Asiatic, 21 o 8/ 
( 'entral Asian, 8 5 6 

— ^^alvador, 30 a 14 

~~ San Paulo ( Braiilian)i 17 o liy— 3 a 130 

— ShanKhai- Nanking 22 o 5 
— - bht^id llittrict, I 18/ 

— Siberian. 15 00 0— l8o»c— 14 a 4 a 

— > Societe Italiana per le Strade Ferrate della 
Siciiia, 18 4 17 r 

— South Hehar, 1 n 14 a-^ a 14 
Indian. 5 d 15 fr— i4 4 17 
Yorkshire Junction. 22 a 12 4 

Southern Mahraiu 7 a 18 0—15 4 15 a 
Punjab, 28 a 1*^ c— 8 4 14 c 



Taltal, IH al7« 

'X rans-Siberiau 4 o 8 o— 21 o3 0-ii-22 066 
Letter on. 10 5/ 

^— Underground lUectrio of London, 14 o 10 4 
— r.io 12 tf 

•— United of the Havana and Begla Ware- 
houses, 8 8 (I 

•^ Uruguay Northern, 25 a 10 <3 4 U/ 

'm-^ V\ankie (Uhodeaia;, 17 <f 16 4 

«-^ West African, 28 </ 8y 

— ^ Western of tiaYana, 10 o 13 0—19 a 12 s 

— * White Pass and Yukon, 1 n 14 4-9 a 9 4 

Kiulways. AutoroobUism on, 8 4 4 • 

— . aod Electric Trams, 1 e 8 

*«>- and the Ifarmera, 1 1 o 6 -12 o 12 & 

«-* Lost IHme and ISstra Speed on, letter on, 
81 08« 



Railways aod their Rates, Letters oa« I • Zj^ 
iao4 5—18 oil/ 

— the Rating of, i9 a 12 4 

— — Steam Motor Cars for Letter on, 24 4 5 4 
Reach (Sir F. C.) on Mr« Chamberlaia and 

Airriculture, 60 13 
EUsch ( ^ir \ ^anw) on the Clyde Trost. 2 a 7 s 

on Mr. Pearson and the &ia4i»r4, 22 a 8/ 
Rating of t charities 19 o 7/ 

- of Public Librariea. 1 o 8 / 

Rats and Infection on Shipboani. 26 4 2 
Rawnsiey (Canon li. D.) on Uowbarrov FelU 
10 a 8 a 

— ou the Plummer Tower, Newoastle-on- 
Tyiie. 9 a 1 1 • 

Rayleuh (Lord) at t ?h«fUnsford, 22 <f 9 / 
Read (!•. S,) ou Kisoai PoUoy aod tlM Farmer^ 
22 o 8/ 

— on < 'Oinpulsory Sheep Dipping. 6 4 8/ 

— ^ on the iioyal Agricultural Society of Eng- 
land, 1 1 o 5 4 

Reade (U.) on Colonial .Glasses in English 
Schools, 9 a I5 5 

Real Lace and iu Story, 14 7 0—84 9 0—8 4 7 
j^6d 70-134 70 

Reay (Lord) on Folyteohnioa, 12 4 12/ 

liedistnbution of Seats, Letters on. 1 1 o 9 0— 18 
5 6-18 5 4—17 4 12 s— 10 a 3/ 

— Automatio Reviaion, Letter on, &9 a 9 s 
Reed ( K. A.) on King's English, 20 o 10/ 
Rees (J. D.) on tlie North Sea Outrage, 29 a 9 • 
iieeves ( W. P. ) ou a GreekLess Land, 8 4 8a 
Heferee (-hildr^n's l>iuuer Fund, t4 a 7 / 
Reform of Parliameutary Prooedure. 14 o 4 
Reforiuatories and Industrial Sohoola, Report, 

'diio 4/ 
Regt-ni Street Polytechnic, 14 4 7s 
RegiMtratiou < ourts, 80I2/— iOo5/ 

- of Teachers. Letter on, 1 o 4/ 

RelatiTe Co«t of steam and Electricity, 18 o 

n a 
lielief of Uittress Due to Want of Employment, 

Keptirt of the Committee 00, 2 1 a 8 u 
Reiigiuus lustrnctiou iu v huruh, LfUtter on, 15 

OiJ 

in J Welsh Schoolt, 22 a e 5 

Rescue Work in LArubeth, Letter on. 14 a 8 5 

Resources of New 2«ealaiid d 4 1 8 1 

RestrMiiit of Advertising Tmspasa, Letter ua. 18 

o a J 
K^Tenue, 1 o 4 a 
Rewards for BmTery, 10 12 /— 18 » 8.4 -22 a 

8 4-;«4 10 0-28 e 8 a— 28 7 cr— 8 a 12 <^— 

17iiU/-8 4 4/— 16 4 8 0-184 i3u— 17 4 

80 
Rhodes Memorial, 10 4 7 0—26 4 10/ 
Richardtou (A. R,) on the<i'hine«e on the Rand, 

2 N 5 d 
Ridge wi^ (Sir .West) ou the Iriab Reform Ae> 

suciation, 1 1 8 a -18 2 s— 22 lo 

— Comments ou, 18 a 8 ft 

— Letter on, 24 8 a 

Ridley (.vl^ W.) on Lord Salisbory 91 Ilford, 14 

n 6b 
Riley (AthelsUn) and the Abp. of Cantecbmy^ 

7 c/ 10 6 

— on the Education <Ao^ 21 4 10 4 



D«C. 81, 1904.] PAUfBR> IITDBZ TO ^THB TIICBB " KKWSPAPRR. 



tag 



Rio de Janeiro. Serious Rioting in, 15 n 6/— 16 
«6o— l7ii4o^l8fi5/ 

Letter on. 23 n \S 0^24 nB o 

Riporv (Bp. of) and the Eighteenth Century, 28 

rf9/ 
Rite in Sugar, Letter on. 23 n 10 e 
Ritchie ( •^) at <<!roydon^ 25 n 4/ 
on imports, 3ii iO ft— 9 d 6 a^lO d 10 e— 

Hdlla 
RiT4»r Wear CommiMioa, 23 d if 
RtTera rS. G.) on X Ray * Burnt " 21 u 4 « ' 
Robbery, Alleged Attempted, 27 d SJ 

— in Clerkenwell. 29 n 7 
•"* in Copenhagen, 26 5/ 

Roberts (Chas.) on the Licensing Act. 23 a 10 </ 

(Lord) in South Africa, 1 o 5 r~6 oSd 

Robertson (('. G.) on Geography and War, 24 n 

120 . 
f Major D. IVf .) on the ** Kilties " Band, 17 

ed 

*— - (Kdm.) on the New. Feaoe Conference, 12 u 

Robinson (Mark^ on the Caroline, 14 4 7/ 
— » and CleaverVNew Premises, 12 o ^ b 
Rncheater, Lady Drowned at, 28 tf 7 / 
Rochester ( Mayor of) on the Memorial to the 

late Dean* Hole 10 a 9 it 
Rocket Life Saving Apparatus. 27 e 18 4 
Roger (Hugh) on Mr. Chamberlain and Agricul- 
ture 1 1 o 5 
Rogers ( Dr. J. G.) on Church and Chapel, 19 

2'i— S9o4 A 
Roller Bearings for Railway Stock, 17 • 5 s 
RoUeston (Sir J. F. L.) on Mr. Balfour's and 

Mr. Cliamberkin's Speeches, 8 o 10 ^ 
— - on the <-ash on Dclirery System, 26 o 11 <i 
— — on Indian Import Duties, 30 d 12 ^ 
Roman Catholics in Chinai Letters on, 1 o 1 1 /•» 

8066 
— -> and the Bducaition Act, 28 a 8 <t 

and KaUonaiism, 20 d^ J 

Romance of a Violin, Letter on,. .26 ei 9 4 
Rome. English Church in. \6d 12/. 
Rooaldsbay (Lord) oa Asiatic Affaira, 16 li 16 « 
Rooks, letter on, 80 it 5 a 
Rooper (U. B.) on British. G^remmeat. and 

Dumping, 8 a 11/ 
Rose ( W. M.) on Motor Cars. 11 • 10 4 
Rosebery (JLoi^) And ^.'Chaplin, Letter on, 1 a 

8 b 
-«• on ColoniaLOpiiiion, Xetlers oa, I10 8 b^B 

odd 
— » on the Coloniesi Letter on, 606^ 
»— and Epsom parish Chuich. i.a 18 
—. at Glasgow, 6 4i 10 a 
— Le}^r on. 9 d 10/ 
— — at KingstoB-on-Thames, .1 a 12 6 . . . 
^— - at Lincoln, letter ^n, 4 9 a 
— - 00 Local GoTeroment, 27 o 4 
-^— at the Oaford Cok>oial Club, 16 a 6 ^ . 

on the Folillcal iJ*tuatioa,.8i ailSa 

— ^ and Froteetk)n, Letter oo^ 2 « 6 a 
oo> Heading,. 2d a.9 d 

— ^0 the late Lord Salisbury, 15 a iO e 
*—> on Work and Reading, 2 a 8 a 

Bosa(ii. M.) OB Oni Warning fvom MaocbBria, 
28 dde 



Rothera (O. L.) on Deaths from Overlying of 

Children, 2S d 5 e 
Rothnehild Hospiul in Vienna, 26 a 5/ 
Rowland Kill Vfemo ial and Benerolent Fund, 

Annual Meeting. 11 n lO 6 
Royal Academy of Music, 2 a 8 A— 10 d 10 s-^ 
19 <l 7 a 
■ ■ and Royal College of Music, 24 a 6 e 

Schools. Iid2r 

-^ Agricnltural (\>ll'g9, Cireno^ster. %2d Sa 

Hall, Islington, B(»ot Trade Eichtbitioa 

at. 1 n 1 1 d 

— Dairy Show at. 4 o 10 a^6o 9 a— 6e 
lii^^7o9a~8o li a 

- ■ Stanley Cycle vShow at, 19 a 12 a* 
Society. 3 \2 b-nd 12 b^9 dd b 
— Letter on, I a 4 << ■ 
» f^t«ers on, 8 o 12 p^4 5 e— 5 o%d 
^ of England, 20 q 6 0^21 n 1 1 i 

• Letters on, li o bd^\2 o b d^iod 



11 a-20^1o^— 24(/13ii 

•^ Meeting. 7 o 9 d— &11 



10 ( 



—— Albert Asylum. Lancaster, 19 o 9 ^ 
— Alexandra Hospital. Hhyl, 28 a 8^ 

— Amateur Art Society,. 18 d 14/ 

— Army Temperanoe AssooiatkHv6 if 14 d^ 
29 ^ 1 1 / 

^-* Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb Poor, 14 d 
64 

— ■ of St. Anne's SociaCy, 10 li 9 # 
—* Botanic Society^ lOnd d 

■ ■ Show. i3o7e 
— » Cardiff Infirmary. 24 (/ 4 tf 

— and Central Bucks Agricultural Aaiooia« 
tion. Annual Meeting, 29 i 7 / 

— • « ollege of Music, 8 i II y^l5 d 5/ 
II Fstron's Fund. 10 a 18/ 

of Organists, 18 </ 14 a . 

<— ^ of Physicians of London, Liat of Sncoaia* 
ful (Candidates, la 3e 
■I. of Science. 7 o 6 6 
^— of Surgeons of England, Annual Aieel^ 
ing. 18a8a 

■ ■■■ List of Socoesrfnl Candidate^ 2 li 6 a 
■■ Meeting, lOii i6a 

Colonial Institute, md6e 

m Meeting. 9.a 10/^28 a 9/^7 4 6 « 
— ^ Commission on the Care and Control of ther 
Feebleminded 27 8/ —22 a 18 «~29 a 8 0^ 
6 <I16 <^I3 a 4 tf -4)1 i 2 / 

■ ■ of Idiots and Epileptics, 16 n 6/ 
on Coal Supplie«, ,14 4 • 
on Horse Breeding, 1 a 8 6^30 i 2 • 
on London Traflic. iOdec * 
on Supply of Food in Time of War, 12 a 
9» 

— on Trade Disputes and Trade Combina^ 
tiona, 24 a 7 d^2b a 10/^80 a 8 0—2 i 10 i 
~10 d 18 0-17 d 6 «— 28 d6e 

-^ Counties Agricultural Society, 16 tf 11 ^ 

-— . Dental Hospital, .28 n 8/ 

^ Ear Hospital. 14 4 16 

— East Berkshire Agriaukoral Aseodatknib 
Annual Show, 7 o7y 

— Exhibitions and National Scholarshipa, 1 tf 



10 d 



JLjw Hofpital, Annual Dinoar, 19 a 16/ 

77 



ioy 



PltMKft'i WbBZ «0 A Ms 



n9b 



DibneK \5nie 



8o6iety, 2^ r 7 

AnniveMry Meettne. \dlQ^ 
Lift of Awards, I0ii6b 
o! EdinbtirKh, 6dSe 
of Soath AtricA. Pfbpoied, 26 o 10 a 
Statittictfl 8ocietjr. Meeting, 16 a 16 a^2l 
120 

. Harrey Cbunty Hbeiiital, 18 i lie 
. tlnited Hotpital. BAth. 8 r 7 a 
_ Serrioe iDttittftioo, 1 1 it 10 »— 20 a 12 # 
-:*— Lteture at, 16 a 4 a 

Fapen Bead it, 18 08/ 

Unif eriity of Ireland, 8 il 4 a 

VictorUn Order. 2 m 9 a -28 a 7/-81 tf 6 H 

.— Waterloo Uespital for Childraalind Vio* 

indn, 19 4/-t5 a 8 6 
JEttibber Induttir. 20 4 14 / 
Ktlins of Great Zimbiarwb, 18 0^ 0/ 
ftumaniaii Agricttlture and Flitaiioe, 16 il 4 A 

Badgtt. 7<I6/ 

.— Cabinet. Kecignatidn of, 81 i 8 

llarel By-laws, Letters on, 29 a 12 d^B <l 8/- 

18 i 14 a 
• — Hoasibg And Rural District By-lain, 18 n 
ll<f-*-19a»/ 

..». Letteri oD, 10 a 4/— 18 si 1 1 y»26 a 18 

5^80 a II c 
m. » and SaDhation Aisociaiioii, ADnuift Meet- 
ing. 27 9 a 
BusftU (Geo.) aiM 8tr Wm. Hs;rQoifrt» Letter tbi 

18a II e 
AUSSU r— 
— . and AfgUsniste, 29 i 6 a 

British Coal for, 8 4 16 » 

Coial ^itj^y, 6 tf 5 ft 

«— Distttrbaooes at Serastopbl, SaBb 
^— Flnanoe. 12 6 e— 1 a 6 i 
•Ui. and Finland, 81 6 h^li a 8 lu.15 dbd 
^i- Gi'ain Trader 9 a 6 ft 
7W 



ttoyhl Female 'Ol^h^ Asyldto, Annual Coort 
l» d ed > 

GeogrsphicAl Society. \7b \0}^\^o 4 A— 

28ta4ft'14 dUd 

Meeting, 2'i w 9 </ 

Hants t'onntv Hop^ilnl. I« o 7 / . . 

- Horticultural SocietyV Show 6 ^ 6 ft-19 
1t)*d-3 II 2 r-m « 6>— 6 d Iho-li d lie 

Hospltel for Diseases of th6 Chest. JH a 1 1 / 

■ for Incurables. Annual Meeting. 28 il 2/ 

- household A^pointnoents, 19 a 8 
—^ Institute of British Architects, Meeting. 8 

I1 7 * 
s^ Inntitution, ChristmAs Liiotiiireii, 'iidi a* 

^dbe 
-^ Meeting, 9 n 12 a^l <f 10 d 

Medical "Society. 81 o tt/ 

3— National Lilfeboat insUtutioA, 16o4/-l4 

a II /-lo d\hy 

Naral Pttnd. 18 o 7 S^IO a 9 <f-.l6,if 6 s 

s-^ Patriotic Fond Cortwration; l9 a 9/ 
^—- PruYidenl Fund fdr 8ea Fishermen, Annual 

Meeting, loll/ 
a— School ot Mines. Letter dli, 9 a 16 A 

\ SootUlh Corporation, I <f 6 e 

QjBo^rs^hicAl Society AUutUl AleeUilg. 10 



k^WdPAPBit. (6^ 1 a 



{cokHnitfd), 

and Germany, »9 11 7 c , 

and the Poles, 81 o 6 ft 

--r- IntemAt Situation, in. U a 4 a-^U ^ 8 <f-> 
lHa6e-2l a 6 ft.22 a 3 ^-7 ifd 6-l24d8iI 



— Jews in. 24 a 8 i 

— Liberil Morenienr in. 16 4 6 li Z 

— Ministry of Ufte Interidr. Jld o 4 4^18 o 4 a 
.li 08 (1-19 3 8 0-4 a8^0 

MisSeUadeol^ {fd^t. IS 8/ 



^M.MdrM^ieff 80 J8e 
J^ Murder dl M. de Pleh^ 
-28d8i-8l d8A 



M.le Pleh)^. i4 ^64-16 i 6 a 



of a Russian Police drfdak, H^dZit 
«— ^aTSl Prograiflide, 10 a 8 « 
-^ Navy, 28 a 4 ^-9 d 8ft 

— New lioan, 24118 cr^JftaSa 

— Pensions for BumIaQ VeteraAs, li a 8/ 
-:— And Persia, rtd30 

and the Polea 25 a 8 « 

Political Tri^ 1 7 e 3 a 

and the Proposed Hague Oonferanoe, l)<f 6 a 

Railway Extension. 9 a 6 a 

Reform in, 1(5 o 8 a-26 06 a- I i 6^-8 d 
^ ft-5 d 6 0«-12 d 5 ft*l8 d 5 ft *18 d 6 ft—l^ 
t 7 0—17 i 7 »— 19 (/ 5 i*20 tf A a^26 li 8 a 
— 27 i 8 e-2d <f 8 a -2d aSe— 80 4 8 ft -31 
d8ft 

-^ Lekter od, 80 a 6 a 
^ Riote at Mosooi^ 21 if 8 il 
— ^ at Yiti^k. 12 a 7 ft 



Russian Post Oflloe Blown Up, 81 1< 8 4 
Situation in. Latter on. 21 4/ 
Spirit Monopoly in 15 a 6 ft 
Prince Sriatoi^lkMirski, 4 3 i 
Trade in, I7ii3a 
Tsar and the Finns. 10 if 6 ft 
- and Reform, 22 4 8 a- 28 48 ft 
and the Talbot 1 Oil 8 a 



Und the United Stetes. 8 4 7 e 
Unrest in. 20 e 8 e 

Warsaw, the Disturbances at, 17 li 8 4 
Letter on, 28 a 2/ 
Busliitn Constitutbn, Proepiscts of a; 26 a 7 « 

Fleet ibd a SwedisU Steamer, 12 iTlO 4 

— — Impdrte in i{R)4, 8 5 4 
— > Pgper Mone^, 8 6 a 

Press, 18^6 ft 

- and Great Britain. Letter ooL 5 a 2/ 
add Lord Lansdowne, Letter on, 26 a 8 a 
Legal Position of the, 14 4 5 4 
Kef ugees in the East Knd. 18 414/ 
Sailors sit Hong kdng. 7 a 4 a 
Trade, the Present State of. 18 9 18 • 
Treatmtat of An^erlban JeWs, 4 a 8 ft 
Unlates, 8 5 c 

Zsmttooi, 28 a A ft-28ritf (f 4— ^4 a 6 4 
Progradfaae of the, 28 ii46-29a6i— ^ 
80a 5/ 

ZlonltftB*. 2 4 4 4 

RiVteo- Afghan FrunAe^; 8 4 6ft 

Riibso- American Belationi, 29 a 8/ 

Kusso- Belgian Treaty of Arbltratioa. 4 a 8/ 

Kutlaad (Oukd of) aad tha UoemployaJL 2P 

Bynd (J A. P.) on PopolatlOD AT A Oikdf n 
Bsdtttributioki, 30 4 9 ^ 



Dec. .31, 1904 J 



«' fc 



\ « . >• > • « • 



f ALliSK^a 11IJ>«X 



»» 



TO ** THB TIXS8 ' MSW8PAPBB. 



Sii 



Sailing Shipownera' Inkarnational Union, Meet- 

Sale of the Angtoa^jr Collection. ;2 e 4 0—18 o 4 

6 6* 13 <i.§y-Ud[ \ji d-^2i 4 8 6—29 d5d 
-f — of AoU^uUiea, 6 » 11/ 

of Aj^mour. '40q^e,_ , < i. - ^ t 

-7-. of Autograph Lettera, 3 tf 4/-6 i 8 «*-t tf 

; — ofBlo(^atoQkJ$<il4r. .= , 

— ofBoota,6o4/--8untf-l*o*/-i5olO 

10 « \2e''lf^u l*^</-rlt>n6/— l7iB4 0-26n 

^ |ind Autoj^rnphi. lo^ii 10 « . y 

fMH) M«iuacript0, .1 i 1 1 a-8 li 6/— 12 d 

- of BcUia^ A'Hoan SUoipa, 12 o.4 « 

- of Bufna' Family ^l^e 8ii.l2d , ^^ ,. 
«-. of the Dttlw of Cai^bridge'a En^avinga, 
22 n $ i-?9 a 8 ft, . . . 

Library, 1 o 10 <i— 21 o lO d— 8 i2 d ft-6 

did, 

^Uta^Coabhea* 20o6d 



I — ola.^^xton Fragment,^! n^d . 
n — of the Fr^d. Clarice Library, 1 n 12 <f— 2 n 
12«-3 nSe 

— of Coina, \}n9d ^ ^ . . 

'^^ of Dr. Comeld*! Book Bindinga, 22 « 6 a— 

23it6c . , , . 

— ol the Cont«nti|i qf the pueovm-y^ 2Sn7 s 
of Queen Draga'a Property, 2i « 13 i— 9 <f 

12/ I i i a 

" of the Widibam Flower CollectioQ, 16 it 16 

/-2M10* . . ., , , . . 

of Po^ign Pottage Stampa, 17 d^b 

: — of Fnra, \d,\l,b ,, ' ^ ' 

-^ of Gasmen Ornamf»pta, Ac. 20 o 8/ 

of (QlouceaterHottse, 19«9/ . ,, 

: of Hadeo'a Etndea a I'Eaa Forte, 15 ddd 

^— of Jewelry, 9 dia 

of Jewels, 1 6/-22.0 I2e^5n ISb 

of the Iting'a (;iuistnuta btock, 7 d1 d 

::i— of Medals, 9<il))a 

— of Meziotlnt Portraits, 26 « 14 b 

i of Modern Furniture, 24 f 16 a ; , 

. ^ of the Murdoch Coins and Hedala. IB ft 6/ 

-14 ri 13 fl-jlS d 6 f— f 6 d. 13 0—i7d6f 
•.^^ ol MuBical Copynghta. 28 a 4 jf 
I^— of 9, Nayai Victoria Cross. 21 a 10 ft 

ol Neisoo's Lettttr Boofc 9 d « o 

of Old Englisli silver, 26 n 12 <<— 26 « 14 a 

ol Pictutea 6 <i 13 a 

^ ofalteredoa,16A6/ 

of the Ridgway Bonchera, 7 d ^/ 

— :* of a ^jetofTumer's 'Liber 8tiidiorivn»*' 23 

»9ii 

— of a Shareapeare Autograph, 10 o 6 a 

of the Sbakaipeaie Bible. 16 a 12 a 

^:i— of Shorthorna in I9<^., Sd6u 

ofbil^fPlat^ 17a^9ii ... 

.^^ of Soiiff«B<vxea,and Minaitorea, 3 d 13 li— 6 

'd7 c 
. — o(SftufflBel«sa,22olla-<l;o4 d 



Saleofa VipUn, 26p9 d 

— of Violi»\«. 13 <^ 7 ft 

of Walter Whittingham's Stock. . 6 a 4 « / 

— *- of Wine, 6 o6 <y— 6 o 4 0—28 n 11 d~27 d 

11/ ..... ,. 
-TT- of Seouritievby.Aqction. 15706/ , , 

Salifbnry (Lady) and the Primrose I^eagUjB. i 

— -:- (i:K>rd]i at ll^ord,. II ^ 9 c^ 
"- Y Latter on, 1 4 n 8 ft 

at LiT^rpool 1 oj / , 1 ■ , . 

-rr'^ ancf the Oxford Union, Letter 00, 26 6/ 
8fllaiop and TroiU Asaodationa, 1 7 <t 8 ft 
Siilt School, Shipley,, ^0.2/.. . 
. -r- Trade, Df?preasioo in the, 18 o 13 

Salnltion Ariv '^ " ^ <'-7*9 " ^*f-'^^ ^^^ 

, Mid- the Unernplpyed, 9,<^ 4 <i . , 

-^, Army's Sof^al^ And Bescile Work. 23 n 8 I 
Sanatoria for (^nflumpt^y^ 1, ,» 1 1 </-24rf 8 / ,^ 
Sanitary InapectOrs' Association, Annual Meet- 
ing, i* I o 3 A . , - 

— Le^lation in Brazil, .14 d,\es 
r-r— Measures in Iiidia. 6 a 14/ . 

Satow (Sir ^rnest) on Postage t^ Chipa, 7 a 6 ft 
launders (W. C^] on the Kise in the Price of 

Sugi^r, 29 a 7 i , , . 
Savage Club, Annual Dinner, 28 n 10 c 
Savings BhoIls. 20 • 13 a— 16 a 14 ft— 16 <l 14 a 
Savoyard in i24\ l2 « 12/. . . 
Saxony, the ex-Crow u Princesa of, 23 <t ^ <^— 24 

-P- King of. I 6 a— 16 6 1^ 
St. Andrews Uiiiversity. il • 9 ft— 20 6 8 </— 28 4 
a/— 1 ii6/— 5al3 rf , , , 

. St. AsapK (Bp. of) on the Education Act, 19 d 

— Tn Wales.,6 li 9 i-22 n 8 ft , 

Stl Albiias (Bp. oti on Lonaon over the Border, 

2(i 13 a , 
St. Aubyn (Rev. Elaine) on Enteric Fever, 10 d 

12/ , 

St. Bartliolomew's Hospital, S d 12 a-26 d6i 
-;— Letter on. 27 6 e . . , , 
St. George's Hospital Medical Schoo}, 29 6 <? 
St. John Hope (NV. H.j on Kirkatead Ctiapei; 

Lincolnshire, .20 4 15 ^ , 

St. «tohn-at-Hac]Loey ChiircH Inatltute, Ueopeo- 

iiig of. 17 5 & 
St. Louis Ck)ngress,.27 d 2s 

— Extiibition, 8 d 6/1-19 dH 

Letter on 2^5 n 10 a 

^-^— a Keirostwct, 20 rf 4 ft 

St. Mary's (College. Paddiogcon; 16 <l6ft 
;— Hospiial, Plaistow. i9 rf 7/ . 
^t. Marykbuiie Infilriuary^ ^0 d 10 e 
St. Pancras Female Orphanage. 17 li 12/ 
Free Librarieaio* 28 h1 d 



dt. Paul's School, 606/. 

St. Saviour's and SL (Aave'i Grrammar School^ 

Schaumann (Gen.) Case pf; 13 i 5 e 
Schidrowits (S.) on th<i International Commission 

of Inquiry, 1 7 n 9 a 
Schlesiuger (Kathleen) on ]iYagner'a ''Bale Brl{^ 

annia" Overture, l4o 4 a .^ ^ ^^ ^ 
Schnadhorst QKev. B.) on (ienaine East Lopdoo 

Distress, 3 d $ a ^^ 

t 7§ 



Bcb 



FALMER's IHDftX to ** THft TtMtt ** HKWSPAPBm* [OoL 1 !• 



fiebool Children and Vaccination, % d6 d 

of Sociology and Social Economica. 2S o 3 

Scotch (ill Companiea, 7ol f 

Scotland in IMH, 30 d 12 <t 

— — Archttological niacoyeiy Id, 21 d 8/ 

«-^ BodtJtiattical Difflcuity in, «M every dcy*t 

paper 
■I ■ Letters on, 14 o 6 4—2 n7 e 
— * Lighting Vehicles in. 28 o 2/ 
*— Sunday Closing in.lddBd 
-^Thrift in 24 <l 8/ 

Scott (J. O.) on the Bell Harry Tower. 21 d 12/ 
Soott-Montagn (John) on Motor Cars, lo 6 /— 

18o 10/ 
Scottish Antarctic BxpedltioD, 14 e 4 « 
— » Christian Social Union, %0 d 12/ 
-— * Church. Alleged Outrage in a, 1^6/ 
* - Corserratire Huh. Dinner, 4 o 4 i 
*«— KodealaPtioal Affairs, 1 a 8 a 
•^ Home Industries Association, Ezhihitlon in 

Aid of, 1 1 a 10 / 
— - Miners' federation. 30 d 5 
*> National Fat Stock Show. I i 12 ^ 
SeoTpll (A. (/.) on London Ambulance Serrloea, 

S9if9a 
Bendamore (F. A.) Found Dead, 8 a 6 & 
Sea Brosion, 26 a H / 
Stcret romminissloiis. Letter on. 30 ddd 
Security of Tenure in Church Schools, Letter on, 

16iilA« 
Seeds Taken by the Antarctic Bxpeditiou Letter 

on. 8 ^ 3 « 
Seely (Major.) on Indiyidiial Liberty. 27 10 d 
Selburoe (Lord; at the Dolphin Society, 16 a 7 ^ 

— and Portugal, Letter on, 18 <l 6 / 
Sensatkmal Keport. 12 tf 8/ 

Seraia Island, baited Coolies from, 7 a 4 e 

SBBVXAs- 

^— and Bulgaria, 18 4 a- 27 4 a— 31 s 6 0^ 

1 m hj 
«— . Gifu to. by Queen KatsUe. 29 a 6 <f 
— ^ King Milan and King Aleinnder, Sale of 

Furniture, Ac. of. 7 a 4 & 
-— New Cabinet 8 i 6 fr-12 d^a 
— - King Peter of , 7 3 ir 
■ Anointment of, 10 04 a 

—- Presa tKdsa 

— Resignation of the Cabinet. 3 <f 7 s^8 /'4 a 
8eton-Kiirr(Uenry; on the New Short iiiHe. 80 

dKd 
Seymour-Trower (U.) on Press Onsorship, 19 

w 8 / 
Shadwell Market, the Future of. 14 a 1 1 / 
8haud(Augustius) on Distress in BermondM^, 1 

dio 
^— (L. H. B.) on the New Short RiHe. 22 i 9 a 
Shnrptt (Sir Alfred; in Ngoniland, 26 a 5 s 
Shaw ^Bernard) on a Minimum Income, \ d\K4 

(0. B.) ou Flogging in the Navy. 11 9/ 

•i— (Dr. L. B.) 00 the London Hospital and the 

East Loudon Medk^al Sodety, 15 c/ 14y 
Shelters and Philanthropic Lodgioghouses, Let-* 

Sers on, 2 a 1 1 ci— 8 n 8/— 4 a 5 i«6 n 9 tf— 8 

II 16 a— 10 a 10 r— 14 a 6 6^16 a 8 <i*3 <l 

\^\ 
flheriils)^ Nomination of, 14 a 18 4 
80 



SHIPNBWS:— 

American Line^9 i 9/ 

•— * Atlantic Rate War, 15 a 6 > 

— ^ Trade and German Methods, 8080 

Baltic Fleet and British Shipping, 4 a 4 if 

shippers and British Coal. 15 a 6 e 

the Btt/ttioajfo, Disabled. 80 n 8 s 

Cadet Training Ship WoreeaUr, 28 4 4/ 

«—» the Caledania, Launch of 24 7 « 

Canadian Porta and the Atlaotto Trade^ 8 

a 6/ 

— Collisioo in the Mersey, T tf 8 e 

— * the Coolgirdif, Ofllcial Report. 4 a 2/ 
Crew KMCued in Mid Ocean, 28 i 4/ 

— Cross Channel Motor Boat Race, 23 of 7 / 
— - Danish Honours for British Seamen. 28 i 8 i 
-«^ Disasters at Sea, 12 7y ^ 

Distressed Negro Sailors, 29 11 9/ 

-* the XS^MT'^'iird, 12o7/— 14o4s 
DoYcr Harbour Works, 3 <f 8 e 

the JStaiU des Mere in CoUision, 22 e 9/ 

— the BUippQ ArtiUi, Launch of. H o 10 d 
— - Flushing and Hook Routes to the Coutl<* 

nent 7 7/ 
the F)rQMgn^ Launch of, 27 10 d 

— FreighU and ShippfaMr, 21 a 14 e 
the Oemroi SUoemm, Loss of, 18 e 4 » 

-— German Lines and the BmigrantTrafllfl^ 10 

o8tf 
-— the Idralema, 16 n 6 • 

ih^Aiiser Wilhdm It^ 11 a 4/ 

-* the Kroonltndy 22 a 9 4 

Launch of a Combined Buclcet and Pump 

Dredger, 29 ^ 4 6 
<— of an Icebreaker, 18 o 1 1 h 

— of a P. and O. Steamer. 26 if 9 a 
of a Turbine tacht. 25 d 5/ 

— — > the Lb Coq. Mutiny on Board, 5 a 8 5 
-— Lighting of the t<outh Coaet, 28 d 10/ 

— London County Council Steamboats, Let- 
ter on. 17 a 4 s 

— « Loss of a Britiah Steamer* 12 if 8 e 
%\MKebfi» 24 (/7 s 



— Massacre of Shipwrecked Seaoaen, 4 a 8 ^ 
-^ Mercantile Marine Oflbera, Letters on, 11 
a2y-16all/ 

— Motor Boats. II 7/ 

-* NaTigation in the Arctic Sena, 7 « 4 
-^ the Neriia^ Launch of. lO h 12 a 

— New Channel Light, 25 a 2 / 

— New Dredger for ihe Indian Gofemment, 
12 r5/ 

•* New Fire and Salvage Boat, 6 e 4 i 

— New Steamship Service, ^oB/ 

— North Atlantic Passenger Rates, 21 a 14 tf 

— the OtiMobo, Accident to, 28 a 4 e 

— Piracy in i hinese Waters, 19 4 

-— Poisoning on Board Ship, 27 if 8 s— 28 dh% 

— Port of London, l8o7s-19o 4/— 24e6<f 
-.7 n 8/— 10 if 12 4-15 tf e 0*21 d 4/ 

■ (^ommissk>n, Proposed, 21 a 14 1{ 

— of Odessa. 81 o 10# 

— the Print EUel FrUdrick, 19 9 4/ 

— Prirate Shipbuilding Yards v. GoremnKnt 
Dockyards, Letter on, 28 <^ 5 5 

— Pnrchose by the Hamburg- American Lkoy 
81I3/ 



Dfc, 81, ia04.) 



PALHKR*« IVDEX TO ^ TB» TIMBS "^ HBWaPA.PUU 



Salt. 



fhip Neva (ronttnued), 

«— Reliability Trials tor Motor Boati, 6 (/ 14/ 

^^ BemArkable Sea Voyage, 7 rf 6/ 

— » BMCue of Shipwrecked Sailori, 29 a 6 ft 

«v> - Semneo aod the Workmen's Compensatioii, 

99d Ba 
«— Shipownen and the Hues Canal, H n 5 a 
«— Shipping Casualtiea 1902-3. 9Sn2§ 
^— Disasters, 21 o i •— I n 10 /— 6 ■ 12^-7 

9 P/— 16 11 6ft— 24 « 9/— 25 n 5/^29 n «/— 

9 d 4/-I0 i 9/-I9 1/ 9/-24 d 7 /-26 ^ 9 a 

— 27rf8/-3l d\Qa 
w — Shipping Intelligenoe sw evsry </a^'« popsr 

Rate War, End of the. 14 « 4 6-16 a 6 i 

«— the SioUiun /ViaM, 8tr(uided, 21 n 7 s— 22 

a8ft-23fi8« 

the SiarUvhali in Collision, Fatal. 8 n 4 d 

«— Steamer Fired on in the Firth uf Forth, 21 

a6^-22n 10 <2 
•^— Stranding of a Portuguese Tfansport, 8 d 

- the Sto^nl^, Stri^nding of, 14 o 8 o 
««»— Thames Steamboat SerTioe. ^4 o 6 ft 
Steamers Contracts, 29 o 18 a 

»^ Turbine Steamers for the West Indies, 17 

■ 9/ 

the Utonia, 20 o 4 ft 

^-p. the W. J, Pvrrie, Official Bflfport, 3« 4/ 
— — Wages in the Shipping Trade. 22 o 1 1 
— ^ Warship's Boat Capsized. 7 a 4 /— 8 a 

9 a 
m — White Star Company and Atlantic lUtes, 

I0o7« 
■ > ■ Line. \%o^ e 

Winter Tours. 6 n 10 ft 

-ff-?- au aUo WiiBOKe 

Shipbuilders' Wages, 26 4 d— 18 a 9 4 

Bbipbuilding 00 the Mersey^ 13 </ 3 / 

— — Keturna, IS06 e 

Trade. I8« 66 

Shop Hours Act. 17 n 12/ 
Simrtage of Eiaployq^nt, 30 </ 6 #1 
Shrapnel (Capt. &, S.) on Sbrnpnel 23 <l 10 li 
Sluopshire Sheep Breeders' Assooiation. Annual 

Meeting, 29 a 6 a 
Siberia, Famine in,Sd7 f 
Siberian PUguain Fur Faotories, 20 4 6 
Sibly (F. A.J on Secondary Education, 22 12 
Sierra Leone, 4 4 a 

8ilk(Alfivd) on the North Sea Outrage, 23 a 6 6 
Simplon Tunnel, 2 n 8 (r 
SimpsoQ (J at.) on the Eccleiiaatical Difficulty 

hi Scotland, Uo6« 
Sipgiair {J, Q. T-l on Free Shelters for the 

Houseless Poor, 24 d 13 e 
• * (Archdo, Wm.) on Metropoliun Hospital 

Sunday Fund fiospiui Letters, 2i» n 8 ft 
Sinnett (A. P.) on the Case of the Curoline, 6 d 

6e 

^ketches in Music HaUs, 20 8 a 

Slc«fwe«-Cox (Thos.; 00 Redistribution of Seats, 
lUa 6 / 

bkrine (Louisa H.) on the Uarcourt Family, 18 
o6d 

feilate Trade, Depression in, 17 8/ 

Sleeping Sickness in the Congo State, 6 e 6 0— 



Small Holdings and AUotmenU As«boiatioa 
Meeting. 26 a 2 /i 

— in Leicestershire, 2S d%d 
in Lincolnshire, 2Hd \\ d 

— ^ as A Vleans of Finding BmploymeiU for 

Country Labour, Letter on. 7 </ 8 ft 
Smallpox at Dewsbury I 1 1 £^ 

— imd Vaucination, 3 a 4/ 
Smart engineering Feat. 2^ a 10 * 

Snuth (Dr. Qoidwio; and Canada's Deatiay. 1 7 di 

7/ 
— — (H. C.) on King Bdward*s Haipttal Fund,^ 

19 a lid 

— (J, P.) on the Clyde Tru«t. 1 a H o 

— — (John; on the City Orthopssiio H«»apitalw 

16 a 12 a 

— (Samuel) on Indian Affairs, 2H <l 2 ^ 
Smithfield Club Show, 5 d 4 ft-^ <i U a-*7 d li 

Q'-Hdl a^^d)>a 
Social Democratic Federation and the Liberal 

Party, i9o9 4— 10n5s 
Society of Accountants of B<liiibur)(h. Dinner, 

26 2 i{ 
*— of Antiquaries of Lon.lon, Meeting. 26 11 H/ 

— of Apothecaries of London, I 12 s —22 d 
11 ft -19 a lOe-'iAd lu a 

of Arts. 17 a 6/ 

"- of ( iuirmen and Depaty-Cliairman of 
Quarter Sessions, Meeting, i* 4 i\ tt 

— of ChemiuAl industry, Meeting 8 a lO <l 
— of Cogers, l5CUh Anniversary, a a 4 a 

— «- of Engineers. JubiW of, it «■ 8 

— -» Dinner, 16 d i7 / 

*«of Medical OfHoers of Health, Annual 

Dinner. 15 6 if 
— ^ of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. An* 

uual Dinner, 23 a 4 / 
'— -< of the Saored Misnion, AnniY.Tsary Meet* 

ing, 1 5 a M J 
— — of Women Juurnaliats, Annual lieport. I A 

«8ft 
Soldiers' (Christian Ai«ooiation. Annual Meeting^ 

2 a \2d 
and Sailorx^ Fa'nilies AssoMStion. 80 \^d 

^o 06a —26 7 « 
Solicitor as AdYouate, 8 i U ft 
Somaiiland. 4 v rt J *19 A / 
Somerset ( I )uche«s of; on tlie Home uf lieo >•» 

Tery. ^h od a 
Somerset Hou«e Kesen on, Ijetier on. ti d ind 
Soul of a Nation * ^a 

Letters on. 80 rt 0—11 09 li— Ida 6 </— 1& 

o4^— (9o I2r— zUo 13e 

80Qm AFBIQA ;- 

— Boer iJougress at Brandfork 5 c{ 6 »>-14 4 
be 

m ea-PriHoners fr«»iu UermudH f< a 5 ^ 
— >^^ Settlement. '6 o ^ d 

Boers and ti(« (Utl^ixf Aliegia iOd^oo3 d-^ 

6«ac 

— i'ape Colony, 14 a ^ a^6 d n b 

■ i.'oujMUfrciMl Kelatiouti of, 19 o 8 s 
.— 'i^— and Koteign Imports. i7 4o 
i— *— — New Vine Distfdse at, 2Uo 4 cf 

■ Primary Kduoatiou in, 1 d 6 << 
Finances lO '/ ^ A 
lOLpoito and is^xportSv U a 4 a— 28 12 3 • 



fOR 






[Qct. 1 to 



^outh Africa (<r<m^iiiM<2). 
'^- — Ope P^mier, 26 o 6/ 
■ ■ Revei^ue Retains^ 2 « 6 c 

Town Catfaiedral Mfembriftl Fao4. 13 4 



n b 



Exhibition, 28 n 3 4 
Vin^. 24 n 3 a ' ^ 



— rhlriese Coolies fur the I^Dd. l\o9f^2l 
" Ubour, 25 o 12 <{-^ o 12/—^ n^d^ 



Sd6b 

* . i T 



and t)ie Employment of Whites. 18 o 6 « 

Princess'c^bristian in. BoBd ' ' 

-- — Edncationai' Wdrk in, V3 « 7 « 

— - J^tek bta^ Bnrgher 6n his Compatriots. 5 d 

-^ lE'reights, ^ n 5 a 

~ — ildpefontein Relief Camp, Letter on, 11a 

2d 
— >' Imperial Conferen^se. the Propose^, 6080 
^^ interpol^nial Coniicii, 16 a IS a ' 
'^ — ^ohiiiiesbar^, A't^mpted Ban|c Bobbeiy at, 

^ 3 j^— 2o a 4t tf ' ' 
^>' the la(e Mr. Kroger, So 8 e— 24 4a^l n 

6 a^^'dnd /L^n'e'a-^h d ^ ai-16 d 7/ 
-11 Dr.liydls 7^4 6/-14 rf 6/ ^ ^ ' 
.: — Lord mner ahd the Boers, 30 d 3/ 
and the TrinsrAl, l^o'^k ' '^ 



— Natal MWtry, 4 a 4 a "' 

. ' l^a^liameiit. 22 o'5h' 

Voliint^rnnd War Relief Fnnd, 21 4 s 

New Coloniep "ihe Piiture of the. y» d 8/ " 

^^ — - Re»p(iiiBlble ' Oove^nmeut Ik tJ^e. Letter 

on. 4a»/ ' .1 f ' 

— OrAngis River 1 'olony. d o 8 il<-24 4 a 
and th<» Guyerndient, I a 8/~ie 'mo'(t 

Orphans an\l Schools in the, Letters' on, 

«© V— *4o4/-l5d5y— iro4a— i8o 5/ 
—20 oft* 

RiiUways in the New Colonies. 17 a 8 d^U 

t (.11 \ li . « 1 > M • • •» / ' * 



n t> c 



I 



Rand, the ("hinese on the. Letter on, 2 a 8 4 
'^' Labodi' Dtotilrbance '6n the, I8 i 6« " 

- Mioii^lg^ Industry; i^O 8 tf 

- Native Labour 6n (he. 2 a 5 c-^i a 9 / 

- W bite and Uhinese'Labour on the, 24 4 



-^ — Cbinese on the. 23 d»e^2Ad 8 (—26 d 

3y . . .. / 

Relief of Boer Widows and Ophanr, 9 d 7 / 

i — LateMr. hhodes,28^'ii3'o' 
t=r Luid Robeifts in, 24 4 a— 25 3 /— 27 3 
"<r-Sl r bo 

— i-'- iSbuth African Graves Fund, 14 8 
^-~ Shippint^ (^iiferenctf, ieio 8 0-22 a 8 
^— 8#aEiAAiW, the Admmistration of, '6 d 3 d 
-4o3ii-6o 3*1 

— Transvaal M d S a 
= — ' t^oeVtf 1^ the: 2^4 li 6 a 

British In'diatie in the, U a 4 6—12 a 7 6 

— 19 A 16 <f' . . - 

. i'hinese Labour in the, 28 4/— 20 d6$ 

Ciiolies lof th*. 7 7/ 

-^= — Dea^h Duty in the; Letters on, 1 10 6— 
" lOo .iO ■' • ' " 

Isducaiion in the, 1 o 6 

Iucpons,29o7/ 



South Africa (contifUMedi, 

-^ TransVaar, fiscal Returns. 22 s 5 6 

— —' Qorernm^ent of (he, 23 11 3 o*81 dS d 

Leg^lative Cottocil. 13o3 3 

Mines. 16 a ft a— 24 i 3^ i ' 

Natives in the, 14 ^ 6 0^ 

War Fund, 18 o 4 i— 27 10 0—9 d5$ 

Soutfi Africa and Ocean Freighto, l7'o 3 o 

" Iietter on; ^ a ft a 
Africah Colonisation Sodetj, 3 d 12/ 

— Australia, 2« 0^8 o ' 

-= ' and the Bast End Poor, 29 if 9 a 

Australian Whest (7rop. 27 d %f 

Carolina, Murder in. 9 i 4 a 

— K^nsthgton, thb Ibnides Collection at Let* 
tor 6n. 29 c/ 2 d • • 

— Western ]f*oor Law Conference^ ft 9 a— 6 o 
4 il • 

Southern ^uMla, Distress in. 1 n 4 4 
i^iithwark'Gdairdians, Meeting, 28 d' 10 a 
SPAIN :- 
^ — * Anarchism in. 21 o 3/— 24 n id 

Arbitration Treaties. ^26 d 4 <* 

Bomb Outrage at Biurceloha, 24 s 4 6—19 n 

— :- Bull Fighting in, B o 4 6 ' 
-^ Finanoe. 23n8/ 
— Ministerial Crisis in, 20 <tf 4 6 

N^w( abirtet, 17<i'7o 

-•^ Politics. ^ d 5 a 

Resignation of the Cabinet, 1ft li 5 4i— 16 d 

Id • ' .....'■ ^ 

Sjnin in Morocco, Letter on, 1ft 4/ 
Spanish Chaniber, Disorderly Scenes in the, 3 1 
6 6-1 a 5/— Zn 60 ' / 

— ^ Succession. 21 8/ 
Speaker (The) kt CarlUle, 2ft a 6 > 
iibeed Limitb, 1ft 4 r3 / ' 
Jl- 'M6t0r Cars, 21 </ ft/ 

— Sta^ CoAches, Lettereon, 3 o U a— 1ft 4 
/— 2O0 180* ^ 

Speiice (J. B.; on Msdeira as a Whiter Resort. 7 

Vdtli'0' .'•••■•• ■ 

Spendei* (A. E,) on the Feeding of |tfchool ChiI4- 
ren. 9a4ii ' ' 

Spielmanh (Isidore) on British Works of Art and 
' the United Sicates Tariff, iSdibe 

i^— on Natibnal Art CoUections Fund, 4 n 9 

on the St. Loui<i Bxhibitieh. 26 a' 10 a 

Spirit for Industrial I'ui'pases, 9 a 6 6 
- Dbt7FVee,2l dfit 

SPORTS AND SPORTINa :- 

-^ Angling, 4 tr^j-^S 1 6 13 rf— 18 2/-24 o 
8/- 1 a 4 li— 8 n 4 6-14 a 4/ -22 a 18 i-29 
a l8/-6rf lOa— I8 4l4/-19/i6/— 26rf8/ 

-^ ATHLETIC SFOUI^-Amateur Associa- 
tion. 19 <i 12 c ' ' 
' Amateur Gymnastic Championship of 
the United Kihgdom, 1 7 o 9 o 
Assauit-at-Arms, 30 a 11 a 
Boxing And Fencing, 8 d 96—5 dile^ 



19(1 I2rf- 22d9<{ 

Cambridge University Freshmen's 



Sports, 9 A 7^—11 n'Aj 

— ' — l^emonstration of Ju jittu, 22 d 9 d 

Eocles Hariers, 27 <i » 

Essex Beagles, 27 <i 8 « 



Pec. 31, 1904.] f.HVf K*' VS9.n TO ^ ?m TUKM. " iii»^«{P4P«B. 



sm 



ppoitB and Ipoitiiijg {om^^nweQ. 

'— ^ AtHl^ETI'? SPORriJ- German Gymnas- 
tic Society, 9d9d -^Vi dJ o-i^ d'l j> ^20 d 
I2a 

" Londjon County Crickd^ Olub Sports, 10 
o 9a 

— '^ — rinb "ifi o Uo-'iir/S e 

' Bite BHgrade*8 AsMililt at-Arms, I2dla^ 

Maldtn HnnHS, 'A7 d S h 

MUceltaneouB News, Tn 10 ft— 12ii IdA 



— 26</8A-.Hl</10'/* 



— — Oxford XXiuTersity Freshmbo's Spor^, 9 

a7a— 1l«9A-17n«tf 

— t — w. rjondon I'ldb, 21 n 12 d 

— South London Uariers. 27 d80 

Southern Athletic Club Secreiarief, Con- 



|[ereDce 6 /H 1 /» 

Kurrev WaUdng^ Club and^ Herne Hill^ 



Hariers, 27 r/ 8 d 

Wrestling, 7o 9 <i-18fi 12/ 

.: — Anto-CycU Club Trialf, 18 o 6 tf— 7 n IO,tf 
^— AatiMnobiliam To 10 a— 3 o 7 /— 6 o 4 z^- 
IO o 4 ^-lOo & b— 16 o6/— l7o8/— 17o9 
ii-21 i ^->26 o *2 A~20o 13/^28 o 6 a-^T 
« M <»— 16 A9tf>8^ 7(1^10 a 12/^15 d 11 
^^28 d U)/;-~2iidh a-30 d 8 a— 30 d 10 a-- 
3i dtOb 
-— Automobile Notes, 8 n 1 2 o— 7 ^ 4 e 
-^— BILLI A a5s~ American Tournament, sm 

sotfA d ijfl pMp^r ' 

»-- Association. Annual \teeting, W 7 a 

•^- Professional American Tournament. H 

d II a— 7d lid-^6>/ l2'6-9d 9 'd-lO d 19 
b'\id\'ib 
— '-^^ Dawson ». SteT^nson, 29 6 14 ( 
— 'i— Roberts o, Mitchell, 6 d i 1 a— t d 11 d- 
8 d Vda-^^d^a^lO c/'ia ^-^12 d 7 0~i.M[ d 
7 ft— 14 d 12 6— 16 d II i— 16dl3c— 17d 12 a 
•— * Birmingham Dog Show, 29 a 1 la 
::- Bowling. "12 a lA ' 

Coiiirsing, 8 1 1 0-20 o5b-22o \2,a~27 

o 9 «— 28 o 10 />— 'ii9 14 '^-2 a I \ 6—3 a 9 6 
— r/al3'6— 17 aSa- 8n I2a-19n \2 a — 
2(1 a I4a'-30a 11 o-8d'l2 a— 18 d 7 a— 14 
tf 12 a— 16 d 13 6—24 d 5 4 <27 d 8 ^-28 d 10 
/-29d6« ' ' 

— ^ CUK^KKT-AustralUn Team. 19 o 6 6— 

^27o9'*— ^ nl2 6-:-llnV6-12'8'l3 6— I7n6 

»^l9n 12^^22 a 9 a— I7d >2a-l9d Vi'o 

—20 d 12 a-21 d rO fr-26 ri8 a-27 d 8 d— 

28 </ 10/^29 d 6 a -80 ri 8 4 

' Board of (Tontrol 23 n*9 a -6 </ 1 1 a 

Comme- 
morative I Hniier, 24a9« 

Duratidn of Test Matches, 8 d 12 a— 10 



Ciimbridge UniTorsity Club, lull* 
Cricket' Couhty ' ( 'h&mpion«hip Co 



dl3» 



13 » 



11a 



Essex County Club. 19 o 6 » 
Fixtures for 1906; td 1 1 6— 12 d 7 6 
Glamorgan County (^lub. 7 o 9 d 
Uamshire ( Comity Club,' 14 a 9 6—26 a 8 r 
Kent County Club, 4' n "5 6 ' 
LAucashiri County Club, 25 n 8 r— 10 d 

Meeting of County Captains, 6 d II a 
Aiiddlesex Coonty Club, 28 n 9 o-=^ n 



Sports and Spp];^g ^jHQtUinuBd), 

CRICKET -Minor Counties' AssocjaUon. 

Td lie ^ ^ 

^^ Umjpirefi, 8 d 12. a 
— — "^ ^lisceUan»'o'us J^ew<, 22,o 12.Q— 5 d II o 
— 14dl^o-31 i\Ob * ■ ' ' 

Next Australian 'feain, 26 o 12 6 
^>bme^8et County (Uiib, 2H n 90 
in So'ujih Africa. l2\/7ft ' 
Test Matd^es 21 tf 10 6 
Letter on. ^ n 1 1 a 



Tei^m ^or the IVest Ii^di^s, 9.n, 7 a— 20 df 

- Toss in Test Matcl^es. 19 d 12 e. 

- Warwicjcshire. County (Jliib, 21 c lO.c— . 



28 a 9a 
— 1^ ^Vorcestershire Coi^ty Club, 14a 9 0^. 

' Yorkshire/Jounty (^iub. 2 a 1 1 6^— 17 a 6 6 

— OiHiuft. I 12a— 3^o5'6 

— CrusJI County Ruiuiiiu, 10 9 0—17 o 9 e^ 
24 10 6 -81 II / -7 n 10 6— 14 n ^ 0— 21 a" 
l^d-2tfn9 0— ld7a- 2d 9o— od 110-10 

d V6b^\id7 0-16 dU 6—19 d 12d-20d 

12 a i V . . . 

Curling, 18 a 12/ 

— - Cycling, 24 be— 3j a 12 d— 6 d 1 1 a— 12- 
d70 

— ' FOOTBALL— Am iteur Cup, ISo IOd-3. 

1^9 6— 24n'l2d — UdJ2 J 
— '• — Amateurs of il\e 6ouih v. Professionals 

of the South. HO <i b a 

in AmericA. I4 n 9/>— 21 n 12 d 

^ Anglo- Ameiicnn, 2rf d 6a' 

— -^ Army Asdociation, 22 12 a 

: — Cup. 16 « 10,6 

Arthur Dunn vlem trial <'up 8I0 II 6— 

7 a IQ6— ii4 n l;2a -d6*n^\ -5 ail b 
" Associatini Tup 6 iO d— I.I0 (> /.— 31 

116— 8 « 9 6 -14 n 9 ' -17 a 6 6-28 n 9 6—6* 

dll 6— 12ry7 /' -18 II 7 a ' 

' Aston Villa 0. ( -orinthianSt28 d lO/ 

in AutftrnUa, 17 9 0.' ' 

— — Blackheath o.' Uristol, 21 n 12 c 

— — V. am bridge Ui'iT«rsity, 14 a9 a 
V. (^aid'iflE 2 d 7 «i 

— ». London' Scottish 7 n 10,a 

— r — r »• Marlborough No( nads.' 19 d 126 

— — V, Vf oseley, 1 7 o w 6 

r P. Northampton, 31 II a 

— — V, Old Leyniiiiid.' .* 6 > 0* , 

_. — p Old Merchant TMyl »rs. 10 9 6 

— ^ British Team's Wwturu tram Australia I 
12 A • ' ' 

^-^ Cambridge University t;. Edinburgh 

University, » /I U /!> * •' 

' 0. Harlequins, 17 o'9 6 

— w, Londoff Scottish, 21 n 12 . 

— — V. OidLeysians. 3i II j 

— — V, old Merchant Tayltirs. o dll a 
— r. — v* ^^' Th.jmas' Hospiial, 27 9 6 

— — f. United' Services, 7 d il 6' 
V, West of Scotland, 22 a 9 a 

— — 0. Woolwich Arsenal, 23 a 9a 
■ Casuals 0. the Army, > d U 6 

— 0. Cambridge University, 14 n 9 6 

-^^ V, Ealm^. 10 9 6 

83 



Bffo, 



PA^««b'8 IVDn tP ^THft lyUS '^' HBWaKAPBB^ 



fOoUl to. 



9d 



-— FOOTBALL— CaittaU 0. London Oab-don- 

ians, 27 dSd 
_. fi. OJd Malyemitns, 28 « 9 #• 

— — v.Ojrford UniTersity. 81 o II 6 

Cardiff V. Barb|iriHn$, 2J d^HtU 

— (^bampfon Coiiotj w. Kest of Bogliyidt ISK 

Chart^houae v. Ol^l Intei;iia^iuQfai, a%</ 

Cheshire v. Lanctishfre, 7 n 10 o 

— piapton V, Binhop Aiick]|ind, fBdSa 

V. ( -ambri^Ke UiiiTersitj, 21 ■ 12 4 

— V. Hottp i ouuty, \2d7 h 
— :- V, Old MHlverniHns, 27 </ 8 4 

w. Oxford uniTeraUy. 5 if 11 » 

— », West Krumwich Alblun, 20a&a 

— p. Aiton V'illa.7iilo7 
Cornwall vl De?OD. 28 n 9 jy 

— V. 8oiii**r»et. iind a 
CoriDthians c. the Armj^ 19, </ 12,c 

— V, LoDdon, 21 n 12 d 

— o. Liverpool, 12 V/ 7 A 

— V. Manchester United, 28 a 9 6. 

— V. Ponsiuouth. iin9 b 

— V Tottenliam Uotsp^ur. 16 <2 LB ^ 
- County Championship, 28 419?-^ 



-5 4.1,1, 



^ 



a—VJdla—l^d i-6 b 
-^ — Camberland o} Cheshire. 14 n 9 «^ 
— — I^eTon' V. GloudestefA^re^ 12 ^ 7 a 
-^^ purham r^ C'beahire, 6d lla 

— — — V. Yorkshire, 7 a 10 o 

— ^ EMtera (^-ounties iv Middlesex. 16 if. 18 b 

::- England v, tk»tland, 24 a 12 a 

- In B^ranoe^ 2 ji il 6.-2/ a 12 rf-19,J 12 6 

- Glaaguw o. Edinburgb, 6^< il a 

— Qlo'ttoea^rahire o. Cornwall, 81 11 a 

— Vf ^mersei. 6 dli a 

21 » l^y '' ^'^'^'^ ""' ^^^ Merdi|D| Tvloii^. 
— — ' Uarieqains r. Lennox, 24 o^lOe 

— — V. Lutiddn Soyttisl^ 5 1^ 1 1 a^ 
-^ -^ ». Kichmynd 3 6 c 

-^ p| Uoyai Indian Engineering Coi^eg^, 

— Irish League v, RngHth, League, 17 o 9 

— Kent o. l£ast Mi4(iinds, l8 n 12 d, ' 

— — "' V, MidUind Otmuties, 3' n 9 6 
— Trial Match, 2 . 10 6 

— Lan<;aslMre v, c^umberland, 6 d U a 

— — — n> X.»rk8]H^re, -ilnUy 
League Chainpiunship, 8o5ar-10 od ,b 



— l7e.9<r-24o lie^») o 11 a-7 a i0]&~14 
■ 9^— 21 n l2(tT-28a9b— 6 rfH a-^ridl b 
-19 d 12 6-26 diia^27d6 d^2d do a 
L<fi6estfr b, London Scottish, idd 7 a 

— 0. Richmond^ 8 1' 1 1 u * ^ ' ^ '' 
X^unox V. flondun Irish. 6.0 6 c. 

— ». Marlborough N6iuads,^«4l ajl2 £, 
London AtsociaCitm, 30 n 1 T a. * ' ' 

Cup. 9»7 al 

-T Caledonians «. Cambi;ldg^qdi^ersitf, 

— :— — w. Oxford University, 21 « 12 <L 

— Charily Cup. 17 9 o— 7 » la*- * 

-— Irish V. Bedford, VAdla 

84 . • . . . 



Bporte.and Bpprtiag (doii/in»«<f). 

PdQTBAIJii-London Iriah, v. th^ Harle-. 

qpna, 10 9i 

— — — Ik Boya) Indiap Engineering. CoU^gt. 
81 0.11 a 

Scottish V. London Irieh. 1 7 9 * 

-^» — ». Marlborough Hom^ds, 3I> 1 1 o^ 
- 91, Rosslyn Hark. 8 o 5 e 
Society of Referees. 2«t a 9« 
Welsh, o. OldiAlleynianp. 24o.lO0. 
n Harleqjiins. 19 d\2 b 
V. London Iris|], 14 n,9 6 



— - — 9, Kurthanipton.2l n\2e,. 

— ^- Mariborough, Nomadf ». Bosslyn Park. 

Middlesex^ V. the Army 8:i'l2a. 

— V. Berks and{ Bucks. 10 a 10/ 

t^ Cambridge UniT^raity^ 81 p. 11 d. 

ColU* MatcHf 18 o 10 S 

— ^ 0. Mi;!Iand Counties. 17 «.6 6 

— q, Surrey, 10 n. 10 0. 

— Union, 12 8 6 
rirr- Midland Coiipties v. Baft Mid(aodf, 21 a. 



10 6 



rr- Mifcellanfous New#. 8 1 1 b. 
Moaeley v. Bjchpiond. 12 tf 7 a 
Newport V, Barbarians, 284 10/ 
- V. Blaqkheath, 24 Ip e 
Nprth o. Souths 8 ^12 a— 12 <f 7 0,-13 dt 



11 6— 16<i 13 6- \7 d 1^0—19 <i'i26 
-T — Nprthamptoi^^v. Guy's Hospital l%di7a. 
— Nprth^ml>erland »> <^h(shirer 31 o II ». 
Oid Carthuaianf v. (M Foresters, f>dMb, 



Ley siaoa 0. London 8ootti8faLl9 <tf 12 6 

—--^ MiOyemi^ns v. Cao^bridge UniTersity,^ 

V. Old SalopUns^ 24 a . 1 2 a 



--— Oxford V. Cambridge, 6 ^ ll,a— 7 <^ llA 

— 12 ii>2 o— 13,^7 a, 

— -1. Un^verid^y v. Blacktieath. 6 ddl tf . 

-— — V. Bristol H n^b 

V. Out>li^ Uniyersity, \f<nX2 4i 
— > p, the Uariequins* 14 n.9 6, 

— V. Leii^ester. /* a 1 u 

— V, London Scottish^ 24 .0 .10 0, 
— r P. Moseley, 27 9 6 

V. Ol,d MalTernians. 14 ii.j9 6, 
V. Old .Merchant Taylors. 3 . o 1 1 a, 
V. Old.Bep^nians, Ud.7 b, 
0. Oxford (ity, 24 o 10 il. 
— Cygneta,.l nil ct 

— v.^Portsn)yuth,.tf <2yll,a 
— - p/KeadtHg. h d 12 a 
liicJHDondio. Hk^kh^th, 26,n,H a, 

—9 ^0 Bristtu, 7 m lO a 

— «, Cambpdge UniT^rsitj. 24 o |0 e. 

— «- V. London Imh \M d m b 

— .^cotti-h, 14 ii9 6 
E-r — -r v* Oid >lerchi(iit Taylors. 17 o 9 6 

». p4^ford Uniyersity. 21 a ,1*^ <; . 

t:^'-^- v^ iiuy's Hospital, o ri 1 1'« 

V. 8t. Tfiomas Hospital, 12 rZ 7 a 

Uoyal MiiiUry Academy 0. Royal Mili^ 

tf ry^College, 14 « 9 6 

— Kugby County Championship, 17 o 9 -^ 
31 lili a— 3n9 6— 7 n lOa-lUn lOs— i4it« 
9'a— 17 Hjb-^iSn 12 <i— 21 a 12 



t>Bo. 31, 1^0^.1 



tkOHttfn tMMi 116 ^^MBttkift'' hk^s^APttu 



^ 



V, 



Oli 



10 



B|ffartB and flpMIng i&ntmMd.) 
— FOOTBAZiti — KosbIjd ]?iii4c 
Iiejsians, 10o9 6 

* ' Sheriff of London's Clutfity SIdeld. 26 ft 
14 a 

iand Smanpoic, Letter on, 15 o 7 ^ 
- Smitki's ESeTen v. Cambridge UAlVeraily, 

— — • V. Oxford tJniversitj, I d 7 a 

Snntlidrn League, 8 o 6 ^^16 d 9 6^17 d 

19 0— S4d 19v— dioU a— 7 ft 10 6*14 ft 9 b 
— SSI 1112^-28 a 9^-6 <i 11 »— l2</7i-l9 
</ 19 d— 28 ^ 8 <i— 27 dHa-*2S d 10/ 

South o! Scotland o. Anglo-Sdoti, 26 <2 8 a 
Surlrej (bits v. 27 o 9 i 

— ». East Midlands 16 d l3 6 

— tu Midland Cottotite. 2 i 9 a 
f ottenham Elotspar v. Cambridge Uni- 
versity. 2d ft 1 1 o 

a Welsh Trial Matdh,5ii 11 o 

•>— ^ West of England v. Bestjof the South, 18 
I iil2ii— 28R9a— 24 ft 12 li 
■ Western League. 27 d B d 

*— — Weybridge ». Cambridge UhiterSityj It 
Ji6 b 

*■ - - Woolwich AMeilal tf. Cambridge TJnmt- 
ftity, tnli 

■"• Iforkshira ^. Northern Universities, 8 d 
12o 



- V. Northumberland, 14 a 9 tf 
Fox Terrier Championship ShdiT, 10 ft 10/ 
GOLF-i-Aoton Club, 8 o 5d 

- Actors ». CricketM, 15 i ll ft 
Aldeburgh Club, 27 J 8 cf 
in Aiherica, 12 o 8 ft 
Army Cup Competition, 16 ft 7 6—^ li 

lla-9ii9<l 

Ashby Fftrk Club p. Enfield Clllb, 31 o 1 1 ft 

'Bamehurst Ladies' dub 26 o 1 2 ft— 27 d9d 

— Beokeufaam Club, 8 o tf— 2 « 1 1 ft 

Berkhamsted Club o. Nortiiamilton, 31 a 




II ft 

— -^ at Bogtide, l4 o 9 a 

Bournemouth Clitb, 5 <f lOd— 6 ft 10 

7e9 d 

Bhdd 0. Yardon, 29 d\4b 

BHghton and iTorre Club. 29 o l4 ft -Sfl d 



lift 



tfi 



lift— 12 li 7 ft 

-i^ Bruntsfield Lfai&s Society, SoBd 

Bnshey Uftll Club ft. Porters' Club, 31 u 

u Club's Open Antetetfr Meeting, 15 ft 12 
ft— 17o9ii 

Cambridge UniTersity Clvb,18 o 5 «— 22 
ol9a— 5 a Ida— 8<«» ft 

- ■ - Ghreat Tarmouth, 2 n H ft 
— — Club V. Uill-'Thomson's Team, 21 ft 12 ft 

'• ft. Mid-Surrey Club, Undo 

m ft. ftioyston, 29 o 14 ft 

- 9. Koyal Norwich Club, 11 n 9ft 

- Trial Match: 7 a 10 a 
in Canada, 21 o lu a— 22 o 12 a 
Championships of 1905, 20 i 12 a 
Chiswick Club, 8 o 5 J 
City of Birmingfaftm ft. Bhrmingham Un* 



Irersity, 8 a 12 ft 

l:)oTerChib, 7d\id 



\ 



&p6TtB and Sorting {Mtinued). 

QOLF -DoVer v. St. Vfargaret^ 81 e II ft 

rtAnb4r (lub. 3 b 6 </ 

East Brighton Club 8 o 11 ft -10 a 9 o- 

5^ II ft 

fttBd)hbikrgh.5</lift 

Edinburgh Bnrges Societjr, 80110 
Oolferh, 31 M h 

— Edwardes* Teaitt v. Jessoi^'s Teank. 5 « 13 <k 
-^ Qlthlim club. 3o5<j— 17od (i— 14 a 9 e 

— Bnileld Cldb, Hood 
^SL^ Ladies' Cldb, 1 12 7 a 

— Rngiadd 0. Scotland, 24 tf 5 ^ 

— Epsom Cldb, 10 9 
:^ Essex Ladies v. Surrey LAdies, 15 n 10 ft 

Felixstowe Club, 24 10 4—25 5 <{— 27 
dSd 



Fincttley Cldb, 8 ft 5 <7-5 dllb 

Formby Club, 14r9o 

Fulwell and Hampton Club. 21 a 12 ft 

Olasgow Cohncil Competition, 8 « 5 <^ 

Olaoiurgftn Ladies' Coronatiod Medal, 3 
ft9c 
— Great TarnioutH Cldb. 1 a 1 1 a 

Guildford Club, 3 o 5 <f— 20 a 5 a 

at Hanger Hill 3 o 5 e 




=^ Hanger HiU Cldb, 7 a 10 a 

Hastings and St. Leonards ddb, 13 o id 



ft— 14o9ft-l5el2ft— I7b9 d 

HaylingClub. 24o 10</ 

Home Park Club, \7ofid 

Uuntercombe Cliib, 7 a 1 Oil 

Hythe Club. SoSd^Sioil ft-^1 li 11 a 
—26 d 8 a— 27 d S ff 

Innerleven Club. 7 od d 

Idtemacional Foursonie at Sdnoingdalei^ 




lOo Sf ft 

IrHne Club's PMeaaiOnitt Todrmudent; 



15ol2r<^17o9<i 

Kent Coronfttion Medal, 20 5 a 
Ladies' Inter-County Match, 25 b 5 tf 
Union, 2d^a 



La Moye Cldb. Jers^, 7 o ^ d 
Laiteashire Ladies v. TorksMio 
28 b 10 ft . , 

Leasowe Hub. 21 a 12 ft -27(1 9i 
ai Lft Tonquei, 1 b 10 a , 
LitUestone Club, 27 if 8 i , 
London Press Society, 22 b 12 a-^ 29 b l4 



ft— 18 n 12 s— 25 ft 8 b— 10 d 13 ft— 13 d 7 a— 
16 d 13 ft-20 d 12 a— 26 d 8 a— Sf9 dSd 

■^ Sootdsh aub, 28 b 10 ft— 81 11 ft— ^ 



a 10a— 21 lb 12 ft 

and Boya! Whubledo'n Cli^ 14 a 9 </ 
olicitors' Sodety, 28 b 10 ft' 



LitfnesSNew Club. IO.0 9f 

Lytham add St. Anne's Club', II b 9 a 

at Ma!rem,31 li 10 ft 

Merrick aub. 20 o 5 a-22b 12 a 

Midoutrejr Club. 14 ST ft-15 <^ \2 ft— l/ 

TT Ladles' dtib 27 o 9'a 

ft: Chiswick tadW. 6' (/lid 
ft. Home Park Ladles, i%ii\9i 




- ft. WiinbRdon Park^ Lafidies, \n\ld 

Mol-B0b-Ball'Cittb,'l7 # 9^(< 

tf 



Vp6 



iPALiikR's lirbki to *^ thb 






•» •. « •f %* w 



(Oct. 1 u 



Itporti ind Spording (tontinued). 

— QOLF-IVfus«elhiir{rh Neir piib, 12 b 8 6 

MQAweU Hill dub, UplOd 

»t Nntrth Beprick, 5 o 10 « 

J^eftsden Club, ^^ n fc . 

New Coarae at Kingston Hlu, 19 (^ 12 <l— 

North Hurrej. Hab 27 dSd -2^ li 8 d 

Northwood Club, 28 u 9 «' 

Open Amatear Meeting at New Roffin^y, 



Um9e 



at St. Aiine't, j6o9f^ 



-r— (ixford and Oambridge Society v. Oxford 
UniTersity rinb. 21 n 12 o 

— V. Hunningdaie^Sl 0.11 k 

— ^ — UnlVerBitir v. Granam's Teain, 14 n 9 o 

' p, Snnningaale, 7 « 10 /» . 
Club. 26 6 ^-28 o. 10 i— 17 li 6 i 

— -J- ». Working, 31 O.I I i 

Portera* Park dub .27 rf 8 4 

Prince's Ladles' rlub. 18 a 12 0^19 n 12 a 

-T V. Wimbledon Ladies' Clnh. 2l7 • 9 <? 
Professional Association. 19<il2 . 

Tournament, 4 o 9 o^R o 10 d^7 o 9 a 



Purlej Dojiriis Ladies' Club v. SydenhiUn 
Lidies' Club, 23 a 9 a 

Buy V. Braid. 17 9 6^ 

Raynes Park Club, 5 o 10 a— 24 o 10 Jt 

tletgate Heath Cliib. lOo 9 a 

Hi6hmoiid Club, 7 o 9 d-8 o 11 6 -10 b 



Rochester Club, 31 olU 

Romford Club b. Royal Ashdown FbretJ 
Clttb.2ln 12 /> 

Royal Aberdeen Club, 10 b 9 

— — i- AsQOt Club 24 10 <^ 

Ashdown Forest Club', lO 9' 0— ll b 9^ 



a^7«i iOa-27 dSd 

Btackbeath Olift), 6 10 a 

z ^ Bastbourbe. 29 d 6 a^3D ds a 

^— — CliA>, 80.11 6—10 9 b— II o9a— 
JS • 8 >— 18 o 10 <<— 14 9' 6~t6 12 ^-IT b 
9^-18^0 6 a 

.; Epping Forest Chib, 28 n 9 d^26d 8 u 

...! — L. Li/ erpool OliA), 6 o 10 b— 8 o U b^7 n 

\Oar-td 11 6-;2l nl2 3 
r- UlIusseAiurffh Clvlb, 26b 12 (--19 n 12a 

— 8t. Geoi^^s Club, 17 b 9 </— 18 6 a 
Wimbledon Club. 21 b 10 b-24 b 10 </ 
atltye. I3ol0ii , 
fn the 86illy tsles. 9 11 7 a 
8teford Club; ao <l 8 a , , , 

Scottish' Ladies' Coronatfon' Medat 16 b 

12 b 

j: — 86^th' fidds Club V. Harpendea Club, 11 

itdb 

-^ BedtoTdshlro Club v. Porters Palirk 

Club, 21 ii 12 6 

Beds Cliib v. SteVehage Club, 14 li 9 

Southport Club, I9d\2e 

St. Andrews UHlrersUy v. Edinbuk^ 
trniVdrsity, 19 li 12 
bC Lboi^<ifdi> uid East Sussex Club^ 1 

■^ — SUnbridge Park Club. 11 9 a 
;_ Bunningdale Club, 15 o 12 b*i7 o 9 </* 
13d 7 a 

Surbitoa Club, 24 o 10 i 



Essex 



Ladies; 



Sports and Sporting fooiUinae^fJ. 
GOLF -Sussex Ladies v. 
• 11 o .... . 

— r. Ladies v.^MMdle^x Ladles,^6 ■ 18 a 
— Surrey l^idies^o. Sussex Ladi^. J2ii 18^ 
- Unfon's Projfessioiial. Toijronmwt^ 14 e 



9a 



Tooting ^ec. Cliib, 29 IS a^S4 itt d— 
d Ih-^edS fl 3 ., s 

6. yardon, Health 9r, 9(1 « II a 
Taylor 0. Braid, IS oJSi . 



-1— Wii|l|8€« rjub. «l ll f-21 ivlt * . . 
-^— WiMicisMre Club, 20 o 6 a— 21 10 s-> 
2f 0l2a^7«1Jo 

. b. Coventry Cmb 17 0.9 i . 

Wembley Ladles' c'hib, 2ft ol> A - 

Warlingham Club. .806 i*27 d,Bd 



:- We^t 



Club. $o5 J-17«9 d 



I 



Berts Club, jl 7 9 

— TvMiddlesa^cinb. 806 

140 



-rv,*..««V«>«»'»A v/...»r. « ir w </r-10 9 

White, V. Taylot. 24 10 i 

Wiqabledon Park Club. 8 6 i/« ip b 9 

Wo&lng 61nb 0. Cambridge Uniyerslty 

Clul).J2il7* . , 

— - torksliir^ Ladies', County ddb. I 12 a 

— Gordpn Bennett t^p Raqe. 89 o 12/— 8 ti 
l2 A- 1 1 n 9 ^ -9 J 9 d -29 dia 

— Hockey, tee even da^t pdpef 

— Hunting Apmointinents^ 22 p 13' ft —29.0 6 d 
-^bne 0—7 a 8 /-I2 n 6 J--19 ■ \7 0—26 a & 
0—8 d 6 0—6 d 1 1 dr-lO d 16 d— 12 d lO.d— U 
d 5 d^l9d 12 i-24 d l2>-27d 9 (-^l d2/ 

Season.. 6 « 9 a 



— fennel cfu\> Show, 19 b tf a— 20 6 b— 21 
IO0 . / 

— — Lacrosse. 8 b6 ft-l7o9 e^24 10^— 27» 
9^—710 11 0-7 n 10 0-17 n6 b-n21 « 12^ 
—24 n 12 a-28 n 9 0—6 d 11 b— 6 d 11 a— 12 
^7b-19dl20-27rf 80 . ^ , 

Ladles' Kennel Association, Annual Meet- 
ing. 20 6 b . . 

— . Lawn Tennis. 4 9 a— 6 10 0- 6 0, 10 dr-7 
b9d— 80 It 0— 10 9 0—11 9 a— 12 08 (— 
l3fo IO0— 14b9 b— 24 10(^—1^ a 9c 

LiYe Sanng Society. 2l' 10,0—21 ■ 12 b 

Tom Morris, Illness 0/, 29 d 6 a 

Pedestrianismt 806 d— 6.0 10 A— 24 10 

-l^a9<^— 6d lie— 28dlO/ . 

Polo, 26 5 d-7d 11 1/-28 (f 4 d -80 d 8 a 

Pugrtlism: 2 a 1 1 b 

— * pyramid ChisxnpiobshW, 17 d 7 

-_ RACtNQ— in Australia. 17 9 b-Sl II d 
2nirb . . 

— — • Derby and' Manchestier Mee^ngs, 21 a 16 a 

Meeting, 17ii 6a-18 a 12 d— 19« 12a 

French, 3 6 ft— It) 8 d— 71 10 6 
Galiwick Meeting. 19 6 a -20 jS a 
— Sandown abd Xewmarkbt Meetings, 2^* 



It) 



12a 



Hunt Park MeeUng, 806 6—21 a 12 d 
in India, 28 d 10/ 
JockiBy Fined. 14 a 9 a 

— Mounts in 1904, 28 11 9 a 
Kempton and Newmarket Meetings, 10 0* 

— Park Meeting, 8 II b— 10 o9 a . 
LlAdbln ahd Llins^ool tfe^ogt, 7 il*llir 



t)«s« SI. Id04.] 



flutters iMmt TO*'ttt tlMMB** «feW8f»APSB| 



Stf 



Li-;< 



flporii and Sporting (t'ontinued), 

-^ HAOIHQ-Liirerpool aUd Ddfbjr Medtlngi 

I4nl2a 
. m^ Meeting, 10 ii 10 «-ll ti9a— 18 « IS it 

-14* 9 IT 

— ^ Lingiield Park Meeting, 17 09 tt 
^-^ — MiahAp to Aiadifeito, 14 « 9 d 
• lle«riiiarketin 1904. 27 did 
^ GAtwick add Sando#D Me4tin^, 17 6 

9a 
«— - — Boughtod HIeetiog, 86 d l8 a*87 o 9 tf 

^88ol0o-89o 14 A 
-« — «— Add KemptOd Meetini^t S tf^ id a 
•s Meeting. I • 18 a— 12 H a— 18 o 10 » 

— i4o9a^l6o 12 4 
^i — Sando#d Park Meetidg, it ^ 10 h^ti o U 

ci-84 o\0 k 
— — Widdera on the French TUrf. 81 A 1^ a 
«e— — and Ldiert (tn the TUrf, 28 J 10 o 
— UEOAl!TAH-Bn^m«i/l Cadets', l3 o 8 a 
— ^ — Henley Aoyal, Midi »~S\ d\Oh 
BetrieTer Triali. 18 o ^ A— 18 o 10/ 



^ RO WlMQ -CAmbridge Goxswaini^ Fodrs 

in5b^5n 13 a 

UniTeraity Boat niub. 17 o 9 d 

«ys. Golqahood SOdUa. 16 a 7 b^il a 6 d 

^18m 12d 

Trial Eights. 81 1 1 0-81 a 12 6— 28 a 9 



0^29 n II a-80 a II o— 1 d 7 tf— ^ i 9 d^-^ 
<f 9»-6 (/ll <i 

Otford CoxsWainless, Fodftt 4 il6 6*5 a 
13o— 7alOe 

Thai Eights, l4 a 9 i<-81 a 18 b^tl a 9 

li II e 
Me of Coach Houses. 20 o5 6 

of Oreyhodods^ 19 if 12 if 

of Uunters, 4 9 a— 1 1 o 9 A^lA a 19 d 
-s-ltf o6 a 

- — of Shite HorseS( 29 o 14 ( 
of W. C. Whitoey 's liaddg 8todk,18 




8 6*13 lOtfi 

— Spaniel Society Trials, 4 a S 6—16 i 1 1 6— 
16 if 18 6-17 If 18 a 

i— Sf^ioaming, 4 9 A- 6 o 10 a-^ o 11 0—10 
o9f-li o 8 a— 16 12 0—17 9 e— 24 10 if 
— 10 n 10 /— 12 a 18 6—17 a 8 0-86 if 8 6—27 

— Tennis. 84 a 18 a-s.18 if 7 6—26 if 8 6 
B— Workidg Spaniel Sodiety Trials, 8 a 9 6 

— tA(m TING -Amerida Cop, 16 6 a 
(Hyde anbs, 80 a 11a 
Fixtures, 8a U6 
QermAii Bmperdr's Cop, 19^ 12 
LoddoQ Sailing Olab, 26 a 14 a 
the Khedive's Tacht, 1 7 if 8 6 
Marido Motor Associated, 26 106—18 

a 12 

Miscelladeous NeiTs. 1 a 11 a 
New 58.Footef, 7 mo 
Badng Money. 29 a 1 1 a 
Hoyal CoridthiAd Clab, 6 a 18 A 
Temple Cloh, 6 if 12 a 

— TraosaUsdtic Bsoe. 24 i A 

8tacey (J. Au)od ChristmM HolidAys^ 8l ll e 
*— 00 ad fiarra ChristuiM Holiday, 80 a 14 6 
— > on the Early Clusidg of Shops, 80 i 6 
JlAaifafi^ Cteiti^ MAddSi 6 a 11/-19 A 18 1 



Standardiastion of BdU Headed Rails. 27 9 2 d 

of Water Fittings, tetter on, 24 d 18/ 

Pipes Add Fitting*. 20 A 15 

StAner (H. W.) «d the Aoddent to the DAie Of 

(^onnatight 16 9/^ . , ^ nii,^^^ 

SUnfordTwmO dd CrAyflsh ill the iJhAillei 

Vallejr, I if 14 if ^ . ^ ^ 

Siaaiey (Sir H. M.)*nd America. 9 d M 

(Lotd) on the Lodddd Ho^iiUl, 6 A 8 A 

add telegraph .Mesi^igets. 8 A 10/ 

— of Alderley (Lord) Od the Edudatiod Adt iri 

WiJes. 84 a 7 A 
-i^— (Lsdy) Ptetentation tdb 9 i 8 9 

ratter ort. 8 If 8/ J 

— Cydlitig ridb. AnnAal Dlnderi 15 a 4 A 
Stattley's (Sit Henry) OraVe, 19 o 7 / 

SUte Malnt^nahoe of Chttdrdd id BlemAdtArf 
SchiKiis. Letter od. 20 d\5/ 

of Schw»l Childred, 28 A 8/ 

SUtionery Cflloe Add l^dblic DdcAniedti. LettAf 

Stead (Alfred) dd Hospital Ships id Japad, 86 d 

8 

^^-^^ on the koreAn Pfoblem, 18 I \f 

on the SoUl of a NAtlon. *>•**", ^^^ J 

( W. T.) dd the IdterdatJonAl Commlsslod dl 

Induity 2*80 w_^r* 

Steam and Electricity, thd ReUtifd Co8t of* Let- 

teron. 82 10 . ,« „ . 

Steelmakers; (lonferedce of i 19o 9 . 

Steinberget (M;) oil the Crisis hi Hddgart, 16 d 

Stephenson (Ji G. L.) od »4otor Cats add DoM 

Steriliaed Milk f of Chlldtdn. I0<» IO0 
Stewart (Charles) on the Hlghladd Bxperimedl 
in Ladd Natiodali8atiort, 16 a 4 _ ^ . . . 

— (J. J.) Od technical Schools Add Trafrtidg 

Stoker^. Cteorge) Od Ad Atmy Mddical Beterrei 

a d A d 
Stone (R; O.) dri Ordek at CadiWldgei8*f «^ 
Stodeham (Allen) 00 Lambeth WatAf Vforks. i 

Stotj (Herbert) dd Fld#er0 id latd AAtoatd^ 26 A 

StMhey (J; St. Ldd) dd Cheap CJottagei BHIibl- 

tion, 26 A 6 6 
Straits Settlements. 8 A 16 . 

Straml ImproTementsj Letters on, 88 A 6 a-^i • 

110 4 

Stratford-od-Avdil, the Hdrdeby Cdttigds at, 13 

8'«thcona (Lordrdrt All M^J'^'/^^Ji •t?,SiJ! 
Siratton Heirloom Pictdrds, the Sdeotkm of th^ 

St^f Ndses id Marylebode. 98 ^^fr^^V /^ f*/ 
Stietton (C\ B..) on the BaU^ay AddWent odal 

Lladelly, 31 II0 , ^ ^ 

STBlKBS-at Baku. ^^^j}. 

.^. at Boenos Ayrds, 26 a 7 / 

— inFtattoe. 8if 6/ 
— . Id Italy, Lettdr 00,6^0 9 « 
— ^ id MarseiUeSj 8 6/-18 4 f 
^— At the PirAlos. 28 6 ^ . ^_ j^^. 

— StddyofOeogrAirt^AlldPtfblk Btaolili 

tioda, Letter dd, 88 11 8 a ^ 



8tr 



mLMERS IMDftX TO ** THB TlM^** HftWilfAraEi 



[Oct. ItO 



8trik60 (eontinued). 

— Schoult. jueiter on, 10 J 11 
Sudan. I o 4 /> 

Badget9<l4 i 

SnfBfild (T. J. H.) on the London HoapiUl and 

the East London Medical Society 16 d 14/ 
Suftar firUtol Market. m« toary <iujf*t 0aftf 

Con?ention. 1 1 o 3/— 14 4 0— 2'i o5/ 

■ in Kelation to bugar and Sugar Blachin- 

e^. Letter on, 24 (/ 6 
-— Qnestion, 22 d 5 d 

Letter on. Sn <2 8 it 

-^ Kite in the Price of, 22 n 8/~39 a 7 J— 19 
i{ !0<r 

- ■ Letters on, ?5 a 8 #^26 a 18 -29 n 7d 
^3^/6 #—5 cT 8 a— 8 <l 10/-9 di2e 

«^ Tai. 21 cT 4 a 
«i— Trade, I ^ ft y 

Trade «m Pboducb Mabkst, 

SUIGIDES ~ : 

( hapman« Lieut W. R. H., 20 i 12 a 

— - Mace, a Man named. 7 n 8/ 

• Trubthaw. Walter, after Murdering hii Wife 

and Ohiidreu. 16 n HJ 
•A— Wells, Henry. 9 a if./ 
bumniiiry of the bTenta uf the Day, in $aeh 

dtiif*» paper before th*^ Lbadimo Abticlm 
8un ^pota and MHittieiic '^tonnit. 1 a 11 b 
KuiidNy Stfhuul and Foreign Missiuns.d </ 10 a 
ihippreMiun of the Whito SUiTe Traffic. 10 d 1 1 d 
——Letter on. 14 d 13 6 
hurgical Aid ^klClety Annual Meeting. Hi d ^d 
buirey ITounty Council* Meeting. 9 n lOy 
Surtax on British CokmialSpiriu, 2» n 8/ 
burYtfyors' InstittttkMif Meeting, id a 7 ^-90 a 

15 d 
Buyemaisu, (Baron K.) on Japan, HusaiA and 

Kngland, 31 on a 
Swale, New Bridse Over the, 7 a 4 / 
bwanley Hui tiuultural College, \2 dXbh 
tSwaiiland. 26 tf 3/ 
bwedeu and Norway, 23 ^ 4 a 
Bwttttentiani ( -«tr Frank ) on the Colonies and Im- 
perial Defence, 2\) d ^ha^27 d\{)e 
*— on Some Fiscal Questions. 24R6a— 30a6i 
BwiBtoii (G. S. C.) ou shelters and Philanthropic 

Lodgiughouses, '6 A \^ b 
BwHaerland. New President, 16 <i 7 ^ 
Bymuns (Arthur) on CuugreTe and the English 

Urama, 10 a4/ 

T. 
Talbot (Sir B.) on Enteric Ferer. 6 <2 15 a 
^— l*rosbie (Lindsey)on Uerulution in Ireland, 

6a9 a 
Tallow, tee Pboduob Mabkbt 
.-«^ Chandlers' i'ompany and St. Bartholomew's 

Hospital. 19 a 16 » 
TaukerTille (Lord) and Dr. Lunn, Letter on, 5 e 

— — • on the Winter Mediterranean Cruise. 18 

6a 
Tarifl Uef orm, Letter on, 29 a 116 
— — and Agnisulture, Letter on, 15 n 7 / 
Tate (fckiwin) on the Price of ^ugar. 3^6^ 
Tatteraaii (Wai«)un the Indian Cotton Duties, 22 

dh 
TaMtlen of Land Values, 6 o 10/ 
6» 



Taylor (Austin) on Tariff Reform, 25 a 4 li 
Tdiertkoff ( VUdimir) en the North Sea Oatragi^ 

27 oSd 
TeBching of Massage, 608/ 
Tees ConserTancy Commission. 8 <l 3 / 
Telegraph Messengers, Employment for the, 6 d 

TELBOIiAPBB : — 

AlsHka-Siberta Telegraph Syatem, 24 c^ 1 2 if 

Cuba Submarine. 2u o 13 i 

— «- in (Typrus 29 o 8 a 

«— Eastern Eztensk>n. Anstralaala aod China, 
10a 12 (/-17 a 13 a 

— India Rubber Qatu Percha and Megnph 
Works, 12 <il4/-21i 18 

-^ Indian. 19ol2e 
-^- Indo-European, II o 13 6 
-^ Padflc Cable Oonferenoe. \0 d60 
— - State of 8haiea In Ckmipauies, sss evsry 

da^'e paper 

West IndU and Panama, 28 B 12 li— I d\5d 

^-»- Western, 26 14 #—8 a 18 i 

— Wireless Telegraphy, 3 a 4 o ^10 • 6 /-2e 
o9 rf-29 a 6 6-6 d6 c-17 d 7/— 27 d 3/— 
90 d 70 

Telephonea— Monte Video, 18 e 12 /— 27 o 12 t 
Temperance Legiaktion. Letter on. 91 o 14/ 
Templeton (OoL J. M.) on the Vietorian Council 

of Defi^noe. 12 12 
Tenders Invited 7 o 4/-25 7 i -28 if 8 tf 
Teneriffe— a Wahiing to Visitors Letter on, 21* 

4 e 
Thackeray and Kensington, 16 tf 8/ 
Thames liarrage bctaeme, the Propusedi 6 «^ 4 / 
Conserranuy Board, 4 o 9 <t— II 06 a— 18 w 

13 11-260 4/— I w8tf-8w 2/— 16 b 16 rf— 

16 a 7 f^^i a 1 1 6—29 a 14/— 6 d 16 a— 18 d 

H0 

— Embankment, Letter on, 3 o 12/ 

— « at Hampton Wick, tietteron, 1 • 10/ 
— • Halmon Association, 29 a 4 tf 
THAATBBBi — 

— Adelpiii, 30 a 6 # 

— Alhambra. 24 o 4 

Aventife, 18 ^8 if-^6 </5/-^l9 if 6 if 

-«-. Bach-Fest at Leipsig. 16 3 a 

— Mr. Barriers New Play, 27 if 6 tf 
— « Bechstein Uall, 18 sr5 « 

— Beethoven in Paris. Letter on, 6 i 7 v 
^- CHtDden, 29 a 10 if 

— Mrs. Patrick Campbell in New Vork, 12 o 7/ 
Chrifltmas Mystery Play. 8 if 7 6 

— » Comidy, 4o 8 A— 6ii66 

— Conet^rts. 9ea eoenf dafs pap0r 
-^-Corunvt, \bd\if 

Court. 2 If 6 6-8 a 7 0-^24 il 10 6 

— Ck»?eDt Garden, 4 6 

Criterk)n« 16 a 9/ 

Daly'Sf 1 1 a 4 / 

—- » Drury Lane, 26 a 7 /— 9 d 8 sr 

- Alterations At, 3a a 2/ 
Duke of York's, 8u n6s^l6(f 11 i— 28if 4 ^ 
KMri*s Court EahibHion. 16 99 d 

Uas hahibition at, 21 n 12/ 

- Natal Eabibitioo at, 13 if 14 tf 
— •-^ Letter on. H) dl 

UliaabeklMMi btage Society, 16^ if 7 if 



Dec. 31, 1904.] pai.iikr'8 mom^ to ^ ibm niau, ** mEwsPAPSs, 



Tra. 



— Empire, 3 a 3 

<— Ffeoch SUiro, 8 5 d^Ji 2 /-^18 9 </— 7 
ii6a^9ii6 0— l7«6a--l i^ 14 b^7 d 16 a — 
IK4l4«4/ 

Otfriak, 1 11 9/^7 a 6»-34 11 Hc^lA d9 

f-mbb 
-— Qerman 8Ug«, Si 4/— 3 J 11/— 14i 11 
•-— Grau (joeen S(r«el» 8 n 7 o— 16 11 6 o«l8 ■ 

11 «f— 2211 8 9-85 « 5 tt-30 « 6/-9 <2 4<<*-18 

|{0a— 14 </lltf— 18^ Wd^XTd^h 
Hlf Majdttj'i, 13 o 4 «-3 « 7/--» « 6/-. 1 

If 6 0—26 tf 7 « 
— - HoIUnder Conoertf, 14 « 9 6 
^^ Imperial, 7 o 4 a 
— - King'a Lynn Mnaioal FosUtiI. 8 d%b 

— I^eeoa Featirml, 6 o 5/— 7 o 4 «-8 o 6 •— 
10o6&-2i8& 

^ Condactonliip, Letters on, 3 9 a -31 
^« 

— Leisbton Home Conoerte, 29 o 12/ 

— London C/oUieam, 5 d lU/— 16 d 10 a— 9 d 
90 

■ ' ■ Hippodrome, 4 o & •— 12 12 /— 4 e 9/ 

— 28 e 3$/-2 1{ 6 a— 8 li 6 /— 23 rf 7 0— 28 d 4 4 
" Hirange Oocnrrence at, 28 o 4/ 

•— Lyoenm, 31 1^ 12/ 

Lyric, 21 a Uy— 7 d 11 • 

-— New. 17« 8 & 

^— Noriricb Musical PestlTal, 7 o 7 i 

— — Ober Auimergaa, the **sk:hQol of the Gross" 

at. Letter on, i« • 8 4 
-^ Opera, 21 a 9/ 

UcaoghU at. Letter on, 26 a 12 / 



•— Oxford, UniTersity Dramatic dociety, 13 d 
64 

»— Palaoe, 9 A 11 0—8 d 14/^23 die 

— — Pbelpa BeneOt Matinee, 16 <2 10 d 

«*— Friuoe of Wales^s, I9 cT 7 a 

«— Promenade Uouoerte. 7 p 4 ^ 

-^ Publio Interest in the Drama, Letter on, 6 

c/4./ 
« — Boyal Court, 7 a 6 d— 16n 7/— 21 a 6/-«24 

a9 0— 2da3/— 29a6 0— li 9 0-14 4 11 
■ Italian v.'ircos, 22 d 10 1^ 

• Opera, I8 08 4—200 4 0—22 II /-28 

4 0-4 a tf i— 6 a 8 6—7 a 6 <f— » a 6^—16 a 

10/— 19 a 9/— 28 « 4 6—26 n il 
• — itoyalty, 16 a 6 6— 22 n 8 0-/9 a 10 
«— tiaToy, 1 7 10 0— 14 a 6 6—7 4 6 
•i— 8t.James*s,21all/ 
•*— Hcala, 2«> 4 7a 
*— bhaftesbury, 7 a 6 /i— 14 a 5 e 
^>— boutU Place Sunday Popular Conoerte, 3 a 

90 

Stage Society, 214 13 

*--> bute of the Drama, I d 6 4 

^ Letters ou, 6 a BJ^7 4 7 6 
•■*— Meiuway Uall, 18 12 

Dr. lUchard 2>trauss' Concerts, 6 46/ 

-^ .Surrey Yaudeyille. 29 4 12 4 

- — Theatre Koyal, 22n6d 

«— - luynbee Hall, 3 tf lU 0-U 4 16/ 

«P^— Madame Tussaud's, 2 a » c— 16 a 4 4 

-— WyudlmmX 3 9 a-U 4 -20 4 9/— 29 



Theatrea C0oa<iaa0i^. 

Westminster Play, 16 d 12 a— 22 4 10 

Thomas (D. A.) on Tariff Reform and AgricuW 

tttre, 16 n7 / 
-«- (O. B.) on the Vacant Land in the Strand 

8a8/ 

— (Col. Owen) on the Chartered Company's, 
Meeting, 1206 

Thompson (Prof. S. P.) on the Live Eiails. 8 o 8 4 

Thorbum (J. Hj on Pair Play for the Free 
Church of Scotland. 1Oa9 

Thresh (J. C.) on Rural HouMng and Rural By- 
laws, 28 a 18 6 

Tibet, the (^humbi Valley, 1 1 o 6 a 

— Expedition. 5 3 #1— 6 o3 r^rt o6e— 13 o3 
4—20 o 8 4—82 o 5 0—24 o 3 0-26 o 5/- 14 4 
18 a 

the Poiitioai Problem in Lhasa. 18 6 d 

Tibetan rreaty, 1 o 64- II 08^—18080—190 

3 0-2O>7/— 22060 

Timbuktu, Beported Fighting at, 24 4 3 
Timet a ('entury ago. fiztraots from, 10s 0r0ry 
aajf*t pap€r 

— and the ** Enoydopis iia Britennioa,'* Letter 
on, 16 <i 16 « 

and iu Readers. 22 4 7 

' Letter un, 30 d 2 / 
Tinplate Trade, lieported Failure of, 22 1 6 
Tiiitern Abbey, the Preser^atioii of, 22 nV >i 
Titles of Honour, 8 12 4—16 8 6 —2 a 1*^ s — .. 

23 a 10 6 
Tobacco Bonus (Compromise 7 a 4 ^ 

Duties. 2 a 8 6 

— — Letter on, 8 a 1 1/ 

— Tax, 1 a 10/ 

Tonga Islands, 17 4 7/— 24 4 8 4-2*< 4 4 > 
Tottenham tiospital. Dinner in Aid of, :i 4/ 
Tower Kamleu vfidslon, Letter on, jb o 4 
Toser (Sir Horace) Farewell Pr«?Siiatatiau ta, 7 

4 1 > a 

Ttaile Disputes Mill, 21 a 8 6 
— . of Hawaii. Itf o '^J 

— iu Ispahan. British and Kuasian, 28 4 11/ 
— — Marks in ('hina. 2^ «/ 4 a 

— » of the Jdersey. 19 4 16 

— with the Muscat Region, 18 o H 4 

— - in Neutral Markets. Ijeiier un li> 4 1 1 a 
-«* of Odessa and the War. i.> a U *m 
— - of Palestine. U 12 d 
— • Report, '«0e 90€rg dug^n paittw 

— of SeTille, Letter un. 6 4 fi 
— — > State of. 0«« siMM'jf da^'» fio/jer 

— Union vJongreMi. 16 4^6 

— — » i^ranny, Letters un ii o 10/— 1 all/ 
— 2N3d 

■ Congress and the King. Irt a 6 4 
■■■ and the Unempluyed. £^4 ki c 
Training College AMucutiou, Aduiial Me(>ting^ 

21 'i 18/ 
^— for Colonial Life. L0»tter on, 14 4 10 i 
TRAM WATS: - 

— Birmiugliani. 27 e 6 

— Cape Electric, ti a 14 4—24 a 14 6 
— ^ in the rity, 14 d 7 6 

— r Crioklewood and Edgware, 2 46/ 
— •» Qeueva, 17 a 18 0— i 4 1 .' 

Isle of Thanet Electric, 7 4 16 d-16 d X^d 

89 



ff% 



tAUm's nrPV 90 ^ THB TIII98 "* HBWgP4l»BB, 



[Ooullt 



f nMi|lf»ji (iNm^iiiMii). 

■■^ London CQnn^ OounciU 806 A-rlO « Hd 

— Uo8#— 34o40--7fi5 d— 8 c^tf/ 
^-— WeweMtlerOOrTyiie, 3 c 4 0—27 060 
-— NorwM|F4flairio, l» a 12 # 
— - BunniDg Foiftrv od. 8 a 4 il 
Thainet KmSutoeut^ PiKjpoMi 27 6 ft 
TrfTftooQre Aatentblj, Letter oq, 17 n 8 • 
Tr^velUng in (t^ly, Let^r oq. ^6 12 tf 
TreMnre Tro?» %t Qswestrj, 16 li U d 
Treeling (^almeD with Drink. Letter 00, Hd7§ 
Tree PMtlog in Lnn^n, Letter on, 80 4 8 < 
Treloer (8ir W, P.) on Crippled CbilOreo'e 

CbriatniM Humpertf 24 6 ft 

on Mr, PeerK>n«ndtl)eA<'fMlaK26«l4A 

^fpuD^j ne (HnrQl4) on ti|o London County 

Council Ste^boatii 17 11 4 
Trend ^ InTeation in Cbemiqil Indnttiy, 8 n 10 4 
frevei (Sir frH) on te MiMion to Deep te| 

FitUenpen, 2 n 7 a 
Ttimtiie (W, 00 on Atrriforie) l(egiqianU, 11 19 

Trtoiir Oqliego London. 20 e 4 a 
— Qoui^piiotive, 6 tf GjT 

Mple Aliience, H o 5 e 

Tnatan d'AcuniPK 18 o 4 /— 22 a 12/ 

— » Let^r on, 28 7 4 

Tropinel Aledipine, Letter Qo, 8 o 6 e 

Trolier(W,F,)on;mperiia Qrgnni^lioni 2| n 

*rrou(beal^ (J.) <» Oeetiie Ifom Qferiyingqf 

Cl^U4ren, 28 li 6 
Truth Toy ^hoWf 14 tf 19 
Tuberouioiie, Ae Trenlment of, 11 n 10^ 
Tuiiei bj bnipp0t|i, Letter on, itt o tt ft 
t^ilocb (T, J.) on Dr#u8l4te at Ae Qpeni, 26 n 

12/ 
Tuostall ( A.) on llie Poiltion vH Ae BngUfd Qnn 

Bftrrel Trade. 11 o lu ft 
7UKK1S.Y ; - 
--^ Arnuimenle, 2148 4--22 4 8 

aiidhu|8mri%21||«a*94 7« 

«-. FInmioe. 8 <i 6 ft 
■ Letter on, Q i 8 ^ 
«-« New Uuue jfur tl^ Arqiy, 18 • 5 

np4 the »«le of Qlblei, 22 i| J|/-2«n50-^ 

} a.'J-^d^a^\b tf 60 
v-r Simnp Lew, 808 0-^ 040 
jfuiuer {(h^) no K^ilwey ttatei, 21 12 
.— (Prot. H. H.) on b^oetnotione of lhe luto 

pr Fn^ik M^ieen, 2 << 6 u 
-— (iVckway ) on Heli gnfry Tower. C#o|fr- 

1(^7 Ca^edriil, 16 e 12/-24 n 4 4-^7 4 »J 

■ ^. ■ on Kirl^^ecl Chepe|. Linoo<n»hir«b ^ ^ ^ 

/-20« Vit 
7^inor <Christoph«»r) qn Q^sk |q the I^uk), 17 

^e)ye 1 Uii| of Oh^rr#, 6 4 7 

'i w« ni leth L'emurjr Leagq^ 26 q 10 f — 4 !| 9 0-? 

2«1|3/ 
*— «.«i.er qn, |4(^ 18 

Twining (Louiw^; oq » )u1ttqM|i Qe^ in Wqrfc- 

t»ou|«8, 8 a i4/— 26 8 4 

— andSooial9efunni,17fi2«.19»12 4 

Tj0 (fc^rueet j op Mte IqOiqn T^ tMo» «4 n W ft 



Tjler (Sir H. W.) on Fleets qn4 Fortreuei, 27 ^ 

10/ 
Tjpee end Abbrefi^ted Writing fo? the BUnd, 

Letter on. 27 4 12 ft 

Ug^ndq, IndUn Trqden 6inrdere4 hi. 4 « 7 
yitUnder in Ttpinet. Letter on. 4 9 
tJnoUlmed Di?ideo48* Allen. John ipd M i^ry 

Ann. 24el6 

— Coipman, Geo.. 12 « I 6 

Unemployed, m 0o«ft dajf^ pafttr 
^-* in Birmingham. 15 n 4 e 

at Bradford, 8 11 4/ 

--— in Foreign Cquntriee, 10 n 2 4 

in Leeds. i4 ^ 10 

— » Lenten on, 16 11 0--}l 11 10 4 

— in BCancheetef, 6 o 4 ft 

— — and National Serfioe, Letter on, 80 49 « 

— and the Underfed Cbildren, Let^r on, 29 4 
10 4 

Union Jqolp Club. 20 8 4^2 ■ 10 0—2 4 18 4 
^— of LansMhlre an4 Cheehiin Iqstitqtei, An* 

nnal Mpetingt I 6^ 
Unioi^t Free Txadere qnd Kleotioni, 19 a 17/ 
^ Organisation and PoUqy, -'8 0126 
-^^ qnd Pruepeote, Iie^ter on. 1 ti )1 • 

— and the QoTernn^nt, 30 a 6/ 
Unitarian Chqrobee, Ohaugee in, 10 6 
United C|uh. Dinner, 26 a 8 / 

— Kingdom A)lianqe^ Annqql Bepqrt, I6q 1^ 
0*19 I0<< 

UnlTenitlet' Vliisloq tq Oentrql Africa, 26 a 8 # 
ynifereity Ooliege, London, 19 a 9 
--— of North Walea. 28 6 / 
— '-^ of 8onth Wal^ 8 q 9/ 
-ss- Degrees for Women. Lqtier qn, 29 4 6 a 
-i«- B]|tenilon Gni)d, 6 q 6 4 
.w»fl|Lreds,2 d\f 

-e-. of Wqtee, 16 a 6/-21 q 4 0— 1 1| 6y-U q 
4y-12 a 7/-26 a 8 0-I6 if 9 4 

Unw«»J. l5« • «/ 

— tbe Negoliatkins in, 4 8/ 

Usp of Ifileqtrioily )u Fqotoriesqn4 other Flaoqs, 

18 2/ 

V. 
Yqoant Lan4 in the Strqod. Letter on, 8 a 8/ 
Yagrqnqy, Commitfee on, 26 9 4-^27 a 6 0^28 

9/-29 a 6 a— 80 a 6 0— 1 4 19 f 
-^ and Disqsse, 11 a 10 

yalqat4onUW|l2»14 4 
Yenesqela 28 • bJ 

— Qqtbreqk F«are4 in, 74 « 4-9 if 84 
Venequelans Biltiih Miners Attaoke4by, 84110 
Vesey (D. A. F.) qq Gecgrqphr. 24 a 12 
Yiotoria -Budget 1208/ 

-^ Parliament, ^ d 8 4 
Yicforiq FaUs Qridgq. 2 a 8 ft 

— the Knlv^emen^ of, 28 q 8 ft 
YiUage uraiqage, 2A q il/ 
Winoent (8ir dowerd) on the CiMlodiqn IQections 

and the Opposition, 8 a 11^ 

— on Probation of First (Hfenders, 1 4 4 
Yintage of 19U4, Letter on. 19 2 « 

— in Italy. Letter on, 28 10 
Yitali (ttgldio) on the Vintage in Italy. 28 10 
Vivian CCo(. A. KLi qn ^ Yolnoteers, \ 1 
10 « 



Pec, 81, 1904«1 



PAI«M1E'« MDn TO «*THIT|lfM* ■BW0PAFII|. 



Ww 



yOIiUNTBBl^x — 

— ^ Mr, Arnold- Fonter t^nd ti|« Yf^antaert. 12 

dB/ 
-««- IHtj of London RiQe AttooUtion. 30 • 9/ 

Clvi} Herrioe Ri4«M, 10 n 6 6 

'. — Bl0l)o Hhield find MncVannn Oqp, 10 o 8 

^B* A. U. Uie nnd il^e Vqlnntaert, 8 « 10 9 

•---» Letter on« 4 n (t) o 

--»» Miaoelteneoni News. ««■ •iwrjr <<9y'« popff 

«!^- Molor Volunteer (kirpe. Letter on, 4 n d c 

-^- Orgnaination of tbe Foroe, 2Bd9e 

-B— Pri«e Oittribi^tioa, 28 n 8c^4 lOcT—^l^ 

«^ Pnblio SoboQlf VoUintepre, 88 8 4M0 « 

^ — Rifle Glqbe. Letter on, 7 n 6 e 

■■ bliooting ta 4 Winter Drening Pqreqlt* 

l<etter on. 4 h lu a 
« — 8ootti«li Blfle AmeUdoQ, Hi 6 d^n 4 

\0a 
^— tH Tjrtlierldfa. Freeentatlon to, 7 4 7 c 
v~ Volunteer Onoet MoTwnent, 7 n 8 « 
Jiet», 88 • 8 If 

— Lord WlodeorMd thoVolQnteen,194 10* 
YouUif^ 7^i4uff. 20Utl| AnqifVfWrl of iH 

JToniMUMon, 81 Q 8 e 



Wioe^ (Df.) P«mphle(. UttW oi|,9n8e-U 

ii4 c>— i4i|IUe 
Wngft if) the Nottiqgluua Itaoe Timdo, 81 n 7 « 
«— ' in the StiipbuUding Xrmie, 89 9 84— 8u n 

10 4-1 die 
W«gD«r't «*K«to Brl|ftnn(a*« QTertoie^ Letto on, 

Uo4e 
Wftldetein (Protl oq AercnUneuni, 14 4 1| 6-, 

16 4/7 4 
Wnlet end tl)e Kdncetlon Aotk 806^—60 4«— 

7 a6e^8 e IQi— 10 e 6 # 

— - £:|treordin«n Qntrage In, 80 4 8^ 
Walker ^a F.jioQ Frnlt tn^ OoH^ Storage 1 e 34 

- oq Lire JM*i l^oda 

W^llnoe (i>f. Uobt) oQ tl\e Wqd WWte CattU 

at Cliartlej Par^ sta n 4 4 
Waller (Dr. C, U.) 00 tb^ i)mn ot WettaOnatar 

on (aepiratlon, 24 << 8 0—8/ <i 8 « 
Wal«l|«iui iiqw MeniorUl (iida«tru4 Home i^t 

WalUmmatow, Letter oq So n 8 a 
Walter {^ C.} on ^rluteqd Cl^qrch. 8 d 18/ 
Wank^n (J. L,) on tbe Political AoAtby, 30 4 

oq BediitrtbqtioQ, 9 44 « 

WAB IN THtt FAH EAST ;- 
---- Adiii. Ale<eM, 8o8d->8 e6a-«lla8» 
'80«8»-8||6 «-U a a <<— 19 q 7 6-88 « 

8 6-*'8iia4 
and tbe Oqqipalgq, 18 q 6 4 
BMqmol, J8n7« 
KeoaU, 81 0. 8 a 

-— Ae 4aM|in|, 84 o 8 

— Ameriqaq Ambastador Iq Sqilla» Viewi of 
|hq,i7o8/ 

— . ArliUei/Leaaoni oftbe Wqi^l d$a 
— — Letters on, 7 4 8/ 
^ AnetraUa and Pnfereotlal Tfqde» 17 e 

i0 

<-- Amtrlqo qB4 Qenqqn Qjflnifm, |7a 8/ 



War in the Far East {ooniiHue4)' 

— Bmltic Fleet. 8 H e^6 o 8 »>I0 e 3 h-^\% 
o8e-180 8<i— l5a6 4-l7o4a— I8a8 «— 
19080— 20 oH<»~2l o3 h—i'Mob 6—24 3 
»— 18 n 6 e— 18 4 5 6^85 n 8 ft-p28 q 7 a -88 
n 7 e— 28a 8 A— 29 e A ^^8U n h 6^1 if 6 o-. 
8 </8 q— 8 4 7 (^—6 4 8 ^— 8 li ft a-7 4 ft 'i— 
8 1^8 a-9 4 8 a«14 4 ft ^-ift i<8 ^-^18 4 7 ft 
-»20 4 ft ^'-'S' 4 8 <'-8S r/ 8 a— 31 </ 8 ft 

— •-» Letters on, 6 n 1ft a— ^8 a 4 4 

Attack on Hqll Fishbig Boqts 84 o 7/— 

8ft 8 a-2ft e 7 0— i8e ft 0—88 e 9 9-87 o 8 
4-87 7 /"— 88 o 3 «-2a o 7 o-89e 7 a— ft e 
7a-ftell/— 7qae-7 n 4 e-rfinfta-8q 
8 6— 9nft6-.9e8ft-ll 4 8 0-II a 7/-12 
q 7 c-14 q 8 ^-17 a 8 ft-18 q ft ft 4 t— 19 q 
7 a— 21 q ft i»— 88 n 3ft-8H n8 a— 88 q 8 a-^ 
4 14«-I4 4 4 a-^84 a ft ft— 884 3 e 

.. .. Board of Trade Inqoiir, 18 q 18 « —17 
q9q— I8q7q-19ql0tt-2l qaa-^8Q4l8ft 
■ ' GomnMaalQq (4 Inquiry. 7 « 8 ^— 1 3 e 7 
0-14q8o-18qftft— IZndo-U q 5 ft— 19 
q 7 a-81 q ft c-88 a 3 ft— 28 n 3 a— 80 q ft ft 
'1 ^ ft 0—8 4 9/- 19 4 ft 0—81 d 8 « -83 4 a 
If— 88 4 8 ft— 98 4 3/-S0 4 8 ft-8l 4 8 6 

..^^ Oiagniia to^lq«trqte, 18 q 18 # 

Letters on, 2ft o 8 4> 88 10 0—87 a 8 

a— 8808 a— 89 a 9 4-81 oft r— | q ft n—l i| 
lOa— 8qftq-8q IQ 4—8 a 3 ii-3q7/-^ 
q 3 a— 8 n I8/-1 i q 9/-I8 q 1ft/ -88 q 10 
4-28q8ft-3ftqft/ 

Man to lUustrqie, 2ft 9 ft 
Abowing Poaitlon of aritiab qod Bus« 
a|an Fl«eu, 28 8 

— - Boaaiaq OflMal Admlasion, 8 4 8 e 

<^v» tqe Aayaa, 4 o 8 a^5 o 8 a 

— filookadiqg t^uadr«»n lieduqedt 8ft <f 8 ft 

— Biitiab dteamur Oqinagtid by a J4ine, 27 

e3a 
^— Torpedo Boat, Alleged PorobaaD of a» 2& 

q 3 ft^28 nlh 
tbe (h»lihi*. 10 3 c— 1 1 e 84—17 o 4 a^ 

3 47a 
— *» a BrltUb Paaaeng^a Bcpedeiioe in, 2d 

qftq 

l^atteroo, I3a84 

-» Campaign, Prqparaliona for tbia OomlnA 

88 48« 
^- tha Q^fuhtook. 13 8 

— Ca«) of tbe CUro^iaa. Letters on. 88 q 8 ft 
— 8a ;i 0— fttf8 0-8 4ftfk -174104—845 
/ .7 4 9 7-8 410 0-14 4 7/ 

— Coqqt GaatnU'i dutement^ 18 a 84-^17 q 

8q 

— the CktUvuh^m, 28 a 80 
<— Chemqlpo Inddeiit. i 4 ft ft 

— Cbif u, Arrital of q BqMum Dealfu^er at. 
17 a 3 u 

Cbiaa and tbe Wv, 18 a 8 o 

-^— Cbineae Clothing. AUag«d Use of, tft « & ft 
— « Frontier Forod, 2ft 8 « 
Imperial rombs, e^Q^h 
Heported lAulistnvmt of. 84 4 & e 
^- CoaUog at Barry lor Unssiqn Croiasn^ 16 « 
hd 
— Contrabqnd of Wa^t 18 tf 8 ft^24 4 8 6—88 

4«f 



W*r 



PA^UIBR^a |lfDB](« TO ^ 7H» TIHU *' VXWiPAPBm. 



[Ocfclto 



W«r in the Far Eii«t (continued) 

— OoqimaQd in ^he Far Unsi. 2<> o 5 

-^ Coat of the War. 2* d iS a 

»-^ Panish Attache op the Wi^r, 10 11 H p 

•^ Pardi^nellet. 4 p •*« p-3 << 7 <<~7 i .> A— 8 d 

.9 — Pp Prof undiff, 1 7 ^ 6 a 

^ . Letter on. 2i4\0 b 

--— l)^DiD$rk ai|d the VVar. I4 8 ^ 

— — })etaiUi of the Fwhtiiig, l.> 5 e 

— ^ G^. Dra^inlruff'i Addreaa to the Troops, 

)OpHa 
— - Kpiaodea an4 < 'ntipisms, 18 p 8 i 
*— Expor|of Rusiiii^ii tiuriea Prohihited, 12 

— ^ ^ranoeanq Japnq, }2 a 7 ^ 
^» Prtnch Attaqh^ ^n the Wi^, 5 p 8 a — 8 p5 a 
Commetite, 1703/ 
Joarnalist Iwpreasioni of a, ^1 e 8 ^ 
Newa from St. Petersburg. 6 d 7p 
perman fimperpr ^od the F%r B«9t^ 4*3^ 

Sbipyaftit aqd Kumj^ 6 i 
(lermtt^jr aqd Japan, 4 o 8 4 
and the iSooth 8e«B, 1 ^ 6 ^ 
( — Preal Britain and the BelUgerep^a. 54 9b 
err- Uie Qromoboi, ^poident to. Id a 5 6 
1.- M. hanoiaui^on the War, \ nbh 

— yiaoount llayashi dtatement hjf ^8 p 3 4 
s— ^ hiyiang^ Letter OD, 18 a lie 
— <* Prince Uharlet of Hoheniollem, 12 o 9 1^ 
-^ Honours for Uiissian Generals, 10 li 5 6 
-— }fpperial yniTerpity of Tok^o, 6 q t> « 
rr- tnoideut of the War, 8 •< 4 6 

— (nddents oi the Battle, \7 ol^p 
r— > j#pan, Cost to,,7 08a 

and the GeueVal CooreDtioq, 2^ ^ 8 a 

and Korea. r4ob b 

Itnd Neutrality, 21 d%b 

Politics in, 2« a 3 d 

and the Question of Neutrality. \ d5 A 

and the dliimpent of Coal fruqt |j(nghMi4i 

28#30 

War Preparations in 2748a 
Jl^pan's Dete^uiiuation. 6 n 7 ^ 
Jftpaiiese Aciirit^, 8I t 8(| 
Army, 1 6 <| 
— Becruits fur the, 2 u 8 4 

bootttsb Cloth fur the, 18 « 3 4 
Supplies fq^ the, 1^ 3 ^ 




budget, b ab d 

Casualties, \bo.bp -17 e 8 b-^ </ 3 4-«- 

904aa 

Check* IV $ a 

Commuoici^tlons, 8 3 <| 
Cruiser tiuok, 12 4 6 a 
Pnet, idb u 
Feeling, 17 a 8 e 
ifinauce, i7 11 8 a- IS rf 6 4 

aud the War, 3 a 8 4 
l<'iuancial, QuUook, 1.2 oSb 

Hesouroes. i dbb—lddbb 
Forces, IV 8 & 

the Militi^ry Attaches with» 16 m 8 a 
Guns Captured, 18 e 8 o 

the Lost, 20 8 a— 24 08a 
Harbour, KJ^losion of a Idine |n «, I a 6 a 
Internal Loan, lU a $ p 



Wwr in the Far F^it (eoniinued). 
— JapaneS'' in Korea, i d5 b 
Losses. 28 o 6 s 
MortUty, Questioos of , 3 a 6 a 
Naval Movements. ZO d^ b 
Navy, Health of the, \b no b 
at Niu chwanff, %\ n 6 b 
Parliament and the Campaign, 29 4 3 a 
Parlies and War Finance, 17 4 7a 
Peers and the War, 2 4 3 ^ 
Premier on the War. 2d n 3 ^ 

— >«— Reoonnaissaiibe, 5 o 3 a 

— — Refugees fmo) Siberia, 4 q 3 ^—6 o%b 

Reinforcements, 11 3 6—4 » 3d— la 

«56 



— Relief Funds, 7o3& 

— Resources. 31o6i 

— Retirem«^nt, 24 o 8 a 

— Sight. Progress of. 15 a 6 a 

— and Kuasiau Submarines. 30 a 8 ^ 
»> B^nadron oflF ^iiigap<»re 28 4 8 a 

— Steamers 8ei|^,by the, 21 4 8 4 

— Transport in roilision, 19 d 5 4 
-? War Kxpeqditure, 14 a 3 d 
>— {Inooces, 69 6 b 
Loan, 4 a 8 ^—13 3 s 

Warehouses Burned, '^6 o 5 p 
— - Warships off dong-kong, 29 4 8 6 

— Gen. lUoihara on the War. 13a7«*99ii 

— Ci^pt. Klado, 10 4 6 ft-13.d6 b^Udi c^ 
19 4 3 4-28 4 8 d 

on the Baltic Fleet, 16 4 6 6 

-««- aodthe North dea Inoideut. 16 d 7 6—17. 
a 7 a 

and the Rossian Navy. 29 4 3 6 
the /(iitaAl Commtinaer, ^% n 10 4—16 47 
Korea, Japanese in. 18 a 8 p 
Qpetations in. 8 5 a 

— iinssian Hospiul in, 22 a 6 6 

— Skirmish \^, :i'^ d ^ 
^reon Problem, Lietteroa, 13 II jf 
Qn^ Kural^i's Army imgaged, 29 r 7 a 

li laiik MoToment at 14att*yaugi le a 4 a 

Operations, b 3 o 
Gen. I^uropatkin and his Arn\y, 10 a 8 a 

\fiy Dr. Stco He<tia, i a 4 u 

Intrigues against, 7 a 8 6 

Kus&n Uetirement Ordered by, 1 4 a 3 tf 

and the Russian War CMBkse, 16 4 6 a 
Gen. Kivopatl(in's AdTanoe, U ii a 

Defeat, (006 a— 17 3 (i 

Despatchi 17 3 6—20 s 3 a— 81 a 6 a-« 

17 4 7 (I— :^34 3a— 27(i8a— 2tfd3p 

-«f^ Proclamation, i2q6 b 

— Lessons of the vVor. 8 d 6 a 

— Mau-san^ M^e Battle of. 6 a 4 6-22 a 10 4 
-w— ^ Letter un, a 10 t 

Plan to Illustrate. 6 a 4 p-22 a iO 6 

m^ the Malao^ 13 d 10 /^ 
-» Mancbivi^ A'<n^f io„ 15 a 6 a -30 4 6 &-• 
21 d 3 4 

Chine^^ Distress in, 3o ^a-^U 47 6 



-^— Future of. 1 5 6 
— -. Scenea ill, 27 3 p 
— — Situation in, 18 4 6 a 



^ 



Ded. 81, 1904J 



PALMIfltt's IllDAX to ** tot tlMlBS'* MtWSPAPftK. 



War* 



Wtf in the Fat B«tt (eoniinmid). 

— - Mikado's Appeal to hia Peopl6,;1 1 8 d 

Birthday, 4 11 3 ^ 

•• Tbanka to hit Army, 17 o 8 d 

Military Diioontent \5 05d 

— — Letter on. 4 * 7/ 

— Miaaing Attaches. 1 e 6 (—8 3 6-^7 08a 
— 1O«8e-l.l0 8</ 

«— MobOifatioD. Difflidttltiea of, 80 ^ 8 a 

— — Mukden. Adranoe 00. 4 o 8 a 

— ^— ronfereDoe, 18 8 6 

— * — the 8itaation at 1 o 5 a«6 08a 

«^ Kamaokayama, Aatault on, 27 ^i 1 1 8 

— — Karal Attaches, Missing, \7 dl 1 

Beutrality of Denmark, 22 /> 8 ^ 

-'— — of Holland,29dl8»~80 dSb^-Bl d 3b 
•« — New Japanese Military System 4 • 8 6 
Hetrs from French SoiirceSi 17 3 a-* 18 o 

8 6—19 3 &— 20 o tf »— 28 e6 A*24 3a 

Sir Wm. Nicholson, 2^ a 8 1/ 

*^- Gen. Nogi in Litn-tung, 29 a 4 a 

Oen. Okn Captures 25 Ouns, 14 8 d 

-*— Opinion in Vleoi a, 18 dd 

— r- Orders for Japanese Military Clothiog, 21 

40 
— — Oen. Orloff Recall of, 6 3 a 
— ^ Ontpoat Sncomitera, 708a-llo3 6 
^— Marshal Oyama's Despatches. 14 3 8 
^-i^— Text of, I80&a 

— Peace and Airhltratton Measaraa, 6 1^ 8 8 
— — Personal Friendshipa in the War. 14 if 6 / 
«i*- the Ptiethmrg, 28 3/ 

- PoUnd aqd the War. 28 d 8 a 

— the Pope on the Wgr and Doelling. 8 11 8 if 
^^ Port Arthar«60 12 

— — — the Asuaults on, 4 a 8 a^ o 8 a 

«— — Ui« Attack oa 1 8 6 

<*— ~ Blockade Running at, 9dia 

-^ *- Capture of IfirhhingshAn. }Md ^ a 

I ■ ■ of the Keekwan Fort, 26 tf 3 « 

^■1 ■■■ 208 Metre HiUi 8 if 6 a— 9 tf 8 -18 if 

8a-l9ii6a 
*— — and its Defen^aa, Map of, 12 a 8 o 

Fierce Fighting at, 2u d 6 a^ii d ^ o-^ 



92dSo 

I Letter on, 4 II 7 y 

Map of the North Defence* of^ 3 if 8 0^^ 



d 7 0-27 dSb 

— - PreUminary Operattons at. 18 9 a 
«— — Siege of. 0M 000ry day's pfipm' 
-—-— the. Week's Fighting at. 4 if 14 a 

•*— Portuguese Sympathy with the Hull Fislier- 

lBen,22a 3^ 
.«»— Position til the Two Arimes» 21 3 a*25 

03if 
i««— Qneation of Mediation, 16 5 ^-|8 9 3 d--^ 
, l>9.0 3r— 21 080— 11 iiaif^l2ii 7d . 
— — Prince iiadawill, the. Bseape of^ 4 ^a 
^i— theAijrfofv/NM, I{ia6a^l9a7 8— 23fi38 
-— ' OfBoers of. 80 d 8 8 

. Bed Uipfs Hospital at Tokki. 1 11 12 a 

•»— Heinforcementa from South Russia, 15 5 

— Release of Rneslui Priaouers, 22 6 a 

Reports of Freeh Fighting. 28 8/ 

•^— the Hsikit^Ui* 2 e (^ if -9 860 

- — the A^rt4, 2ifii8.& 

-— RusaiaandtheCkMwaMidof t]MS^3(f7<f 



Wftr in the Flir East (0onftiitt#if). 

ilussia Peeling in. 2H J 8 8—26 d S e 

— < — the Despatch of Troops from. 4 a tf 4 
— s — and the Indian B^rontier, 1 7 « 8 5 

— > — and Neutral shipping, 18 a 8 8-28 d $J 

Welsh Cosl for, I9 o 3 

-». Hussian Admission of Losses, 18 8 e 

'f Adyanoe. 12 o 3 o 
— « Allegations against Japad, 18 if 8 «l 

- Army I <f 5 a 
in the Field, 19o3 6 



'Sk Cavalry. Mishap id, 21 08 4 
Command, 27 o 3 « -28 o 3 / 
Commissariat. 24 a 8 a— 31 </ 3 ^ 
-sfc* Hertice, 8088 



Counter Attitcks, IH 8 a 
Crews at Shanghai, 8 if 8 8-s-21 dsd^ 
27 d^h 

CtixUi on the Two Fleets, 7 d 17 a 
Cruisers, I 5 8 
Deserters, 6088 

lii^spatches 14 i 5 0— 16 d 7 8—19 if 8 8 
Oflksial 2So^d 




Destruction of Native Jdnln, 808a 
Feeling on the War. 22 o 8 a 
Finance, 29 dZb 

Fleet,Ooalfort)le4Leitter8ahi,9a I8a-i 

10a4y 

— »>^ the Ccali^g of the, 8 a 9 H— 10 d&b^ 

^a80 

Letter on, 18 a 7/ 
the Supply of British Coal to tbef, 1?8 itf 




6a 

Forces^ 2«8 

Oeneral tfn the War, 408 8-^7 3 tf 
Hopes alid Illusions, 1 1 3 
Hospital ArrangeolenU, 21 it 4 8 
Intfome Taji, PropMd. 16 a 8 8 
Jeirs and the War, 28 a 3e 
La4y Doeaora^ 19 a 8 8 
Loan, lieportal Ne#, 14 a ffd 

2408a— 28r3if 
MHita^ Commands. 8a8if-.7a98 
Critic on the War, 3u a 6 8 

Mobiliaation, lO o 8 8—8 a 7 e— 8 a8 8-> 

22 d 3 0—24 d 8 8-26 if 3 

^- NaT/, 8 J 8 8-12 il 8 6—13 if 8 8-27 d 

8 a^4M dA a 

•— — Conation of the, 28 <f 80 

M. . Discipline in the. 18 a8 8 

.•^ News Received in Paris, 18 o 8 

-)-* Officers, Dismissed, 8 a 8 a 
Escape of , 4 a 3 i 



Official Mtirdered, 7 a 3 8 



— Order for Warships; 24 088 
•^fc- Pacifle Squadron. 13 3 
— A-. Frees Exhortatton, 20 o 3 d 
— • — ^ 00 ttie Reverstss, 84.0 3 8 
Prisooen^24 088 

Sutemento by, 17 8 1/ 
Public (^ihiion and tfato War, Sf a8 d 
Railways and Ihtf War. 28 a 3r8 
find Cross Society. 21 a8 if — 16a8 
ReinforoeniButa; I3^if 8 if— 21 d^d 
Reeerviita, 4 n 8 <f— 7 a 3 »— 10 a 3 0— if 
a 8 d— le a 8 8—19 sr 7 8-29 a 8 fr— 28 d 3/ 
&«■ — Hepuffted Ejooesses of, 4 • 3 V 

9& 



Wmt 



PAMMUftB mux fiD •• tll« ttttftS " nWlPAFftft« 



[Ookll^ 




Wsr in the Far Rul {eotOkntdX 

BumUo KcMrret OalM Oat, S4« 8 « 

■ Beportf. Unolllctiil, 17 o 8 » 

H«uii«n At CmnetL, Hd5m 

81iipt, CoodHicmof the. 80 i 6 S 

SqmdfOD* 1 il 8 

Supnma Goamuuid. 1 o 6 a — A # 8 >— 6 

Tradi^Blbettof tbeWiron, 7« 8>— 18 

Tndeta and tbe War, I ■ 4 a 

TrilMtte to the Jhmmm, l8odc— I4» 8 

#—38 II 8 a 

Troopt. CondltioD of the, I9tf 5 ^ 
Use of C^oete (Tlothing. 21 p s «~t*2 08* 
Volanteer Fleet 18 o I2/-89 nob 
Steemen In the Boepurtl^ lOuZe^U 

mZd 

Wer FlneiHSe, 81 s ft » 
Wanhipe, MoYemeote of, 11 e 8 H 
Wounded* 18 o 8 e^2t o5b 
Bneneoe. Cbetfee egiinet the; 8n5h 
- end ChineM fhag^Mm, 10 o3 fr-85 o 8 • 

-» BoMo-Qemien BeletuMii^ 18 8 e— 84 oBd 

— 88o8« 

tJoderttendinff 8080 

-. Oen. HekheroITi Defpatchet, 15 d6 e 

.« Sale of AiBeatine Wanhipe. Beported. 18 il 

^ 81. Pelenborgi Veettng In, II e 8 5— 19 ■ 7 » 

Foiebodinfi hi, 17 8 e 

OpiokMiin, IOo8a 

mndent Dietnriianoee in, 9a 64 
— 8eeond Manchorian Afn^, 808 e«18 8 
0—80 3 0^26 080 

PedHc Hqaadfod, I 7 e 
Seisnree of ttritifh Shipe. 88d 8 
the Bevasioftol the Attecke on| 90 if 8 tf 

Oonditioo of. 88if 8 a 

the MaYal Mntinjr at^ 19 4 8 a 
Sha'ho, Annief in the, 7«8a*8 « ft ft-«9 a 

Ila8 0— I7a8a— 34 ddb^tedd b 

Battle of the, 18 8 a^l9 e 8 a~19 4 

8 o— 81 8 a— 88 06a 

FIghtuig on the, i8 « 8 a— 29 a 8 8-80 
nfta^l tfft«^8dfta— IStffta 

Letter on, 8408e 

Night Skinnlehing on the^ 4 a 8 d 

Operatlone on the. 82 d 8 

Portion on the, 27 8 0^8! 8 a— I n 8 
a— 2 a ft d-8 a 8 0—4 a 7 « —18 a 7 a—H a 8 
d— 16 a 6 -18 nft a- 19b 7 ft— 81 a ft a- 29 
a8 a-88 a 8 •— 80 d 8 a— 81 d 8 ft 
.. Hbipmenteof Wetoh Steam Goal, 89a 6/ 
^ the5i«fto% 808^—2808/ 
... tttnation at the Front, 808 a— ft 8 a— 8 
0fta-24afta— 9fta8a— 96 a76— 8d8a-« 
8 7 0— ftdfta— 6dft ft— 7 dfta— 9d8ft— 
10dftft-29d8 a 

. Adm. ttkiydloff, 80 d8 ft— 81 d8 a 
i. the SmoUiuk, 808 e— ft 8 ft— 8 ft ft— 19 
8 0- 28 3/ 

-. Sonthern BoaeUi Mohilltttlon in| ft 8 ft 
^ Oen. StOMWl, 12 8 ft 
. Bnbmarinet for Both Natiee, 14 8 

tor the JapaneM. 24 a 6 4 
Ta-thih-ehiao, the Artillery Fight all 6 d 4 
84 





Wtt tt tlw F)if Raet (cimHt^ffd), 
• the7%0« and the itf^oftit, ft^fte 

— Third MaaehnrUn ArmXi ^^^ • 

Boeiifla fiqaadroo. 10 d ft ft— 19 d8e— 90 

dfte 
-^* Adnt Tbgo on dia tViipado OpentioM^ 9t 
d8 

— 1\ildo, AdaiMbTogo aad ftidfanaim ta,8l 
if 8a 

TorpedoeiferJipaiip tieSe 

--•— f or Roeria. 190 8ft 

traa0*Hiberlan Bailwax. 99 d 9 a 

Transport of t*roop0. 9108ft 

— Trial of Bderian BBfoiatloaaritfi, 4 S^— d 

090 

TiaraadAdoL A]aaeieff,16«8d 

and the Baltle Fleet, 1108ft 
Protection of the. 18 a ft d 
aad the Bnerian Nafj, 9 a ft ft 
god the War. 18080 

— -Teethe Tear, I ft ft— 9 8 <•— 11 a 8 d— tf 
a7ft 

— Oen. TeBtehho on tiie Wgr, II 8 

— Tww of a Frendl ftmbeeeedui'. 14 d 8 4 
— ^ ThiditostolE, Blockade Bmudqg at, 98 d4a 

the Defwioee of, 808ft— 708ft— 7a8ft 
■ JapanoM C?nilMre oit 14 8 
Ne#i from, 80ft a— 28 n 8 d 
Preparationt at, 2 d 8 ft 
Bitnation at. 96 d 8 |f 
Sqtiadran. 91 aft ft 

— Wai-tan-ehan. the Otptnreof, 81 a 6 d 
-«» War And the Botrfin iHordl. 1ft ft 
Ten-tai, Battle near, 18 e 8 a 

Wer In the Far Beet 80 6a->8 8 a— Il0 4d 
—Ift 10 a-l8 4 d— 90 4 d— 8 g 10 0—99 
a 12 a— 29a 7 d 

-M^Ofloe Looooiotifei on Bdmiif BoediL 9 a 10/ 

and the Trade of MoeooiT, 18 e 18 a 

Wdrdmolea, 60ft 0— 18 I0d-»19 4d— 9 g It 

*— 2ft « 7/— 99 d8 a— 98 d 7 / 
Warning; Letter on, 10 d 10 d 
Warren (Algernon) on Ollioleie ArBHiMttel 

TaUdi, 4 10 a 
(B. P.) on the rr w e tf atiott of St. Ilark*e. 

96d6d 
Warrington Iffimidpal Tradlqg, 94 6d 
Wdnhin Detlgn. Letter on. 14 d 4 
WerwIdk (Lady) on State 



rarwidk (Lady) on State MainlMaiide of 
CUkhen in BleaMtteij Sehoole, 90 d 1ft/ 
Water Oompanidi^ Stale of Qtaarei id, lidewiy 

-»- Boroofl^ of Portoaooth, 16 a 14 
-~ Orand JvBueOan. 18 o IS d— Ift d 18 d— 99 
dtaft 

— Johanneebnfg^ 6 19 a 

Hhigebridge Wgler 8d|l^, Atteoipt to 

Poieon, 24 8 d 

Lambeth, 7 10 a-«.17 a 8/-80 a 14 

-*-w Lettereoii,ld7a— 9dlO0 

-'^ London Wnter Ooopaoiee' AiMtratioB, 9 g 

I9ft-4al0ft— 96all/ 

Supply, 99 6 ft—ft d 14 d-99 d 8 a 

mmm, 3iencheelfr Water Sgpply, 9a 8 ft 

— MelropeUtan Watw BoenI, 1 IS d— 7 $■ 
/^Ift II d— 89 8 d— 99 I9d— 19 g 9d-« 
96«10r— lOd lid 



J^ec SI, 1904.] 



FALVSB*! IHD£X TO ^'THK TIMXB ** 9SWBPAPIB. 



yra 



Water, Band Water Board Arbitration. 29 a 7 o 
-^- Sooihwifk %nd VauxhalL 26 o 7 e-a d 16 

fl— Uil7* 
*— Wjre and Binn!nghan» Water, Letters on, 

SdlAf—ddi/ 
Water Plnding, Utten oiLUdS i— 27 d A/^ 

S0d9d 
Waters (W. Q.)oo Motor Care, 26 o II li 
Wataon (Edw.)on the Speed of Coaohee. 16 o 4/ 

{,Dt, S.) in LiTerpool. 18 o 5 c 

Watta r J. U.) 00 Hungry School Children, 28 d 

5 a 
WattB-Ditchfleld (J. E.) on the North Baat 

Hoipital for Children, '^d\f 
Waogh (Rev. Benj.) on Infant Slaughter b/ 

OTerlaying, 20 li 16 i 
Wealth of Canada as an Agrioaltural Country, 

23 ad/ 
Wealther, Daily Report, sm eoer^ dafi paper 
— — in the AtLintic, 13 <{ 6 </— 22 d&h 
^— Contrastin London Rainfall, Letter on, 29 

ol3i 
*— Bzoeptiooal Mildness, Letter on, 16 i 12 e 
— ^ Forecasu for Each Day, 99ewmkr Wkatbii 

ta 0wik dfut^s paper 
-^ High lldes la the Oes, II a 8/ 
*»- Hurricane in the East Indies, 22 a 3 « 

— Meteorological Chart, see svsry Fridag't 
paper 

^— in the Profinoes, sm every iay'« 0a9ir 
<— Bain in New South Wales, 7 o 3y 
— — Rains in Australia, MoAo 

— Severe Weather in America, 2SdA A 

— Snowstorms and Wrecks, 2a a 8 a 

— . Storm in America, 16 % bj 

— in Portugal 2» rf »/ 

Terrible Weather at Sea. 29 J 8 d 

— » Thames Floods and RaintalL 18 o 18 6 

Violent Qale in Scotland, li i/ II «i 

Weekly Reports «s< saeA Friday's paper 

Weddel, Turner & Co., ou the North Sea Out- 
rage, 27 o 8 </ 

Wednesbuiy, Conservative and Unionist Club 

at, 1 1 obd 
Weights and Measures, 20 ii 4 a 
Welch & C^, on the IndUn Tea Trade. 9 a 18 5 
Welfare of the Bliad. li oKf 
Wellington i oUege, (& d \0f 
Welsh V hurchmen and the Education Revolt, 

Letteron. '*\ o \2 d 
«— » Education Dauger, Letters on. I o U /— 8 

« 10 a^8 n 4 e 
— — Historical Loan Exhibition, 3 e 13 e 
— «^ National Library, 16 <j 8 '• 
Revolt, the Church and the Teachen, 14 d 

la 

Wertheimer (J.) on Water Finding, 24 i 8 6 

West Africa, Fighting in, 6 o 3 « 

■ ■■ Fieoeh Posse»ious in, 21 d 13 e 

— African Affairs, 6 cr 8 o 

■'■* t'doniee, 17 d 7/ 

. Ham, Administered Charity in. Letter on, 

30d 8/ / . t 

— India Committee, 14 o 10 a 

^-* London Post Qimduate College, 14 e 6 6 
--r^ of Scotkmd Liberal Unionist Associatioa, 
Aoama Meeting, 26 a 2 4 



Westbourne Park Institute, 14 i 6 a 
Western Australian Finance, 16 ii 6 6 
*— Ophthalmic Hospital. U i 10 i 

Tibet, the Expedition to. 20 </ 16 li 

— Letter on. '^^9 o \d 
Westminster Cathedral SI if 4 ft 
— » City Conn9il, Meeting, 8 4 e— 21 e 6 4 
«— Old Buildings in. Letter on. 8 tf 6 / 
— — and Open Spaose. 2 a 4 a 
— — Poor and Soup Kitchen, Letter on, 1 7 e 9 * 
Wethered (Rev. F. Tj on the Sp«)ed of Motor 

Cars and Acoidenis, 7 « 4 e 
White ( Ami>lt» on the Ali^n Qii<^<ition. 24 '/ 9 ^ 
■I- on Niirtii Londonderry i*Ueciion. 21 a 10^ 

/^28n 4<;-80 n h) d 
^— (B. D.) on Hospital Eeonomii^ 26 </ 6 <» 
«— (J. H.) on the London Hospital, 12 « ia>e 
-»- (Sir Wm.) at the Sir John Cass lostltute^ 

2 </ 9/ 
Whitechapeland the Empire. Letter on. 29 n 10/ 
Whiting (f. B.) on Children's Courts, 2e e 10/ 
Whitwortb Park, Manchester, 6 o 6 li 
Whylay (Krancis) wi the Home of Keaivery, 29 

M 8 ^ 

Wilkinson (Rev. F. W. A.) on the Fire at Chel- 
sea 21 o 8 6 
Williams (Basil) on Imperial Organixailon, 29 jf 

8y 

— (O. P.)on Bontnesrydd National. Sch-itd, 
16 oil/ 

— (ii.T. W.) on Long Non«Hcop Railsray 
Bun, 21 dha 

-— (Ralph) on the Bechuanaland Protectorate, 
19 a 8s 

■ on Postal Service to Bhclesia, 10 a 10 4 

— (Robert) on Rural Housing anl Rural By« 
laws, 18n 11/" 

WILLS AND BEQU0S TS i— 

— Adsheatl, U. 1. 9 a H 

Alliiigliam, K. W.. 28 d 6/ 

— — Asher. PluUp. \ a ' a 
«.«. Uaily. B. ^. i^ nti d 

^ Hankes, W. R, 7// Us 
— i^ Barnes. ICteanor P.. I a 12 
«— Barry, Jas., l3o6e 
T. S., 28 a rt d 

— Barton. B. K., 4 a 5 a 

«— M Bay lies Kranc«s Anne. 26 a 12/ 
— - Bedlingttjn. Rich. 1 1 n 5 c 
— ^ Benn, Anthony 81 >/ ^ d 

Bird (?apt. W. O, 8 d 11 <9 

— - Bitthop. I«abella l.«uoy, \h d 1 e 
—— Bossey, Dr. Francis, 1 h n 1 1 y 

— Bowman- Vauglian, < hns, 1 a I2e 
— . Boyd, Helen N., 29 a 7 e 

— Bradford, Emily A. t\ n 6 d 
— i- Brass, Rev. liei-ry 1 d 12 a 
^— Brierli'y. Leonard. 2 << 4 6 

•MM Brig^tocke, Mrs. Brit^innia, H d 11 # 

-— . Brookes, Marian M.. 2t ri 4y 

^^ Burton, Annts vl .,:£.) o 8 s 

— - Bute, Lord 17 a 4 u 

— — Butter worth, Beitj.. 18 o 9 li 

Calvert, H.. 1 1 o 18 

— — Campbell, i^ath. M., 28 a 6 s 
Elis., 2.> 8 « 
(tampion, Henry, 17 a 1 d 



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[Oct. 1 U 



WilUftndBeqUftta (cos/aiiiimO. 

— Cftpnm, Jat., 13 o 5< 
Candrey. Wm., 31 rf 9 iJ 

('hapliii Dr.Thof^ \A o o d 

— '^ Chi b ), Hammo id llnbe 
— ^ Claik beiloa L., 5 ti U « 
.-— Clarke Maiy. 7 d ii < 

— — i'ubbe. Francet P., 1 « 3 
— - ('ockle Mrs. Juyoe, 18 o 9 li 
--— 1 uhen, Jubii, 27 o 4 a 

Coupur, Doiican £.. 13 i 7 < 

CoppiDg. 8. VV.. I II 12 « 

«— - ik)iton, H. Mh 1 n 12e 
^— 1 *ox Jushua, i 1 n 6 « 

— Ciooke, A.O., 17ii7i/-19iill^ 
*-* Cruslaiid, >\t J., 2H a 7 « 

—^ OruiKhhank, Chrittina A.. 19 11 11/ 

— CuiiMiiiot(»« T. Jf 11 M 5/ 

— DiigbBh, U. H., 1 n U 

Davies. liileii Mary, 16 nSd 

«— DaTis. Lacy £., 3 n 9/ 

.i— Dt^aii, Miiria, SU n 9/ 

Detpard, Catb. tl oAa 

«— liiciiiDioii, Ur. W. L.. I 11 12 

— DickvoD. Qen. sir C. 22 d i o 

— Uilke. LtAy. 2dib 
«— Uoddti A. N., 28 A 5 

— • Moiwgall. .Vlarquia of, 2d 4 A 

Dudley. \L U.. oddj 

«... liuiin, Ker. C. T.. IH 1/ 7 
...— hdwardet, li^iuma, 20 6 itf 
Udwards, W« 8 , 1 1 «&« 

. KUiutt, Ebs., Hood 

..^ If lower. Wm 2ti 7 6 

— . FuttlBham,Chetter 17 a 7 a 

Fowler, Geo., Ua Ao 

«— l! raaer, J ubu, 3 n 9 y 
.— . Fuller, Klisa, 1 d 12 e 

. FullenuD. ueorgiiiua 6ft. H., 23 a 8 i< 

.i^i- UalTiii. G. W., 13 d 7 .« 
...^ GUberltfon, l^dw., 21 a 4 a 
_ - GiMing, Geo., 13a 7 
-^ Glyii. aon. \^.C^ \dl2e 
...^ Guld»ohmidt. R. 8., 1 1 13 
..^ Goudall, Fredn 25 v 8 
,M— iiotAl H. A., 24 d 4 / 
, Gurfurtb, Uvnry, 17 4 8e 
.^^ Gould, J . G., d n 9 / 

Uraham, W. K., 23 a 8 a 

_ (Jraut, Fkiieiioe E. J.. 9 a 8 

- Guriiey, Uauiel, 23 a 8 <i 

• Hev. H. F., Il0l3<> 

-.— Barcoort» 8ir W., 8 11 7 J 

«_ ^ Hardwieke, Lord, 19 li 13 ^ 

. Halt, Wm., 30 a 9/ 

, Harrey, Capt. C. F^ 25 o 8 

— Hasiauge, Lord, 13 d 7 < 

- Uaugbtoa, UaTid, 16 a 6 cf 

Bawtey, Alfred, 29 d 8./ 

.«- Uay ward, Fraucet, 16 a 6 a 

- Ueamo, John, 16 10/ 

- Ueath. Baron A. J., 21 4 4 a 
•.— Beffarman* Key. Thoa., 18 a 7 d 
_ Hendersou, Sir W., d 4 
^- Bewettk Bubu, 29 a SJ 

Blbbert, Johfi,6o 4 
HiU«a. W.,17i<30 
9«» 



Willi and Bennetts (eonh'aacd). 

Bobday, Kdw^7d UJ 

Hodgetta. Ellen Maria, 16 a 6 if 

Holden, Florence G., 6 o 10 

— Hole, Very Roy. S. R.. 18 o 6 
— » Hopwood, C. B., 18 a 7 d 

— Hudeon, Wm.. 6 o 10 
— - Hughes, Sir B., 8 a 9/ 

— Hunt. Hev. K. 8.. 13 6 
>— - Hutchiiiaon, 8. J., 25 8 

— Irving, Kobt., 9 a 8 

— Johnttone. J. H., 21 d 4 a 

— Jonee, E. L^ 8 <f 7 6 

--i- Kerry. Couatess ot, 29 d 8/ 
«— Kersey, Robt., 7 d 8 6 
— ^ Kinir, Anne, 16 a 6 i 

Kr< 11, P. K. L. £., 31 d 9 J 

— Law, Ktiiily, 17 a 7 d 
^-*- Le LiYere, Mary. 8 1/ 1 1 
Le Tall, W. J., 89 a 7 c 

Leehmere. Louisa K*. 14 d 18 

l^h. Lieut..CoL H. M. C, 3i d9d 

Leitch, Rer. R. M., 1 a 12 

l^slie, Major C. R., 3 d 11 

~^ Lerm, Jesay, 8 o 7 / 

— — > Levy, Jacob, 28 u 8/ 

Lloyd. T. W.. 31 9 if 

-— Low. F.W^ 24^4/ 

— Lowtber, Jas., 28 a 6 
Ltiptou. Chas^ 3 o 7/ 

— Lusliington. E. H., 21 4 4 « 
-^ Lyon, Alfred, 26 e 8 

— - Mac Laren. A. C, 26 e 7/ 

— Bftackenae-Sieuart, Alioef 28 i 6/ 
-i— Mackintosh Edwin, 16 a 8 li 
-— Maade, T. J., 19 a 11/ 

M'Ulaan, Frank, 30 a 9/ 

M0cklauburg-8treUU. GnmdOakeof, 29 

die 

Meiland, W. £., 19 li 10 6 

-^ Menoe, Roy. BicSh., 6 10 

Meyer. L. C. On 23 a 8 li 

•«— Mlchell, John, 17 d 8 
*^ Morrogh, U. U., 16 a 8 li 
—— Morton, Chaa^ 26 a 4 6 

— MutukUna, Ueorietu Maria, 16 1 10 / 
.— Noble, H. B.. 18 d 12/ 

Norman, Field- Marshal Sir H. W., 2 d 4 4^ 

-— N orthbrook. Lord, 29 d 8/ 

Norton, G. J., 29d6j 

«^ Oakes, Rebecca, 29 i 8 / 
Ochiltree, John. 18 o 6 

— OliYor, Tbosn 18 o 6 

Onslow, Ella. 8^ 13 d 7 

-— Falser. Edw^ 8 a 9/ 

Fenson, G. W^ 20 6 ii«28 8 0—28 a 8 if 

PhUlips. W, W., 8 d 7 6 

— - Foore, Or. G. Vm IS d 7 

Quhin, John, li o 18 e 

Head. Chas., 16ii6d 

--^> Reiiihaw, W. C, 7 080 

Ridding, Dr. Geo., 6 10 

.i— RinUml. Henrietta, 16 d 70 

— Roberts, Or. Isaac, 21 4 « 

Robinson. Dame EmUy C, 11 13 

, Rowley, C. P., 13 14 n/ 

I — *- RasseU, Almi^ I7d8 



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Wills and Be4ii»>M8 (omhMt^> 

ButteiK Batban ADoe, 29 tf 8/ 

l^hot. 28o8« 

Sandby. W. A.» ]8o5« 

8carroW, Mibb. 80 « 9/ 

.''t^holelleld, Bpy. C. (^. 18 o 9 if 

ScoVer, Alfred^ 1 1 » 6 « 

N>iirle, IUt. K C, 7 o 9 tf 

Shenrihg Wtti^ 14o5(tf 

8h»olbri^. VialteT. 26 4i 8/ 

Short, Emm A C, 3<> n 9/ 

SWmeiis, F. A.. '9 7 ff 

Siuipfeun, EdW.. 30 'i tf 

Hniith. J. i ., Sd^j 
J.T., 26rt8/ 
John. 13/1 7 « 
^- Smithton. t. A., 12 ii ll 6 
- — SneUing, Hugh, 29 « 7 
— - Hpedding Jm., \Stt9d 
tf^*— Spencer, H. L., 9 n 8 
-» 8quire. Cwpt. Wm.. 29 dSj 
-^ Ktephenauii 8ir Ufiiry. 1 11 12 ^ 

MMtten. Thoii, IH 9 </ 

- SWan. Bet. r. T.) 8 li 7 » 
^— TNDnenbaiiiii. Louia. 18 i 12/ 

- Tattoo, Walter, 98 a 8 cf 
•^ '1 hellttsaoii) bophia A.. 30 << 6 ft 

'I'hornely, laabelle Anna \lnb$ 

Tumaon, Ald» A. S.) 2 d 4 ft 

Topliaa. Wm., 1 11 12 

Tiipp, G. W.. 14 <2 18 ft 

-i — TasUDi J. L.. 7 fi 4 

«— Tweddle, KeY. W. J^ 27 4 tt 

Tyndall, W. A^ 26 a 12/ 

•^ Tyrer. Mary. -i6 li 8/ 
• — Umpelby, J hoa., 9 ti 8 e 

- YanaitUrt, Vice-Adm. Kt W^ 8 d 7 ft 
'*.^ Yiney) Annai 17 d 8 
« Walker, Bev. B. Hn SO </ 6 ft 

Wat«ra^C. W..4 9/ 

Westcutt, Blien. I a 12 d 

- Whiteatone, Ma^ L^ 13 d 7 a 
« — Whitfield. BeTi F.. li 5 a 
«^- W by te-Yenablea, Georginii Bfarf, 20 d 

8 ft 

WiUey, H. A., 23 ■ 8 d 

^— William^ Lieat-Qen. OweQ, 1 7 a 7 d 
^ — Womaek, J. O^ 3 o 7/ 

Wright, Jnatfcj, 806ft 

Tardley, A. T., 30 d 6 ft 

Wilaon \U. W.) on the Baltic Fkftt, 28 d 4 d 
»— — OB the Contraband Qaeatioii, 21 10/ 

* on the North Sea Outrage. 27 o 8 

—— (Henry) on Secular Educatiou. 29 d 9 / 

on bheltera and I'hilantbropie LoNiging* 



booaea, Ift a 6 a 
^-~ (Jobn)on the Coal Tax, 8 a 11 ft 
Wincl^ter College. 16 a 9/ 

tha btattttea of, 26 o 4 a 

Winter Ooaching. 6 a 18 ft 

— — Crulaea in the Mediterranean. 31 d 4 iv 

-^-^ Letter ou, 18 o 6 u 

Wirealeaa Jielegrapby, tee TnLSOKAFBa 

WoK ^Ludeo) ou the Uiaraali FamUy. 23 d 4 a 

Wollavtun cA. N.) ou the 6tiidy of Geography 

at the Fublio ticboola. 10 d II a 
Woman Suffrage^ 28 a SZ-'JO a 6 d 



Women's Anaodatioil of tfie Tariii RisronA Lfla> 
gne. Meeting. 18d 14/ 

— Liberal Unioniftt Aftaoolatlon, Mealing, 16 

..." '^/ k 

Wood, Po#elUfte<t 4^a 2/ 

Wooda (11. G.) On Iiida of Gbnri Miaaion, 17 d 

^/ 
Woodward (Wm.) ott Hanipfttead Bjctenftioii 4nd 

the Garden Sdbnrb, 2m d 5 e— 30 d 10 a 
Wool#ich Araenal. 2 d 4 tf 
Woroeatlftr (Bp. of) oA Edudation 8 d 11/ 
Wbrkina aaaleland FIschI Policy. 14 a 11/ 

Qirlft in the laleof Dogft. Lettered, 1 d I4d 

of thelriah Land Act, Letfer on. 28a 13> 

Men'a (Tlub and Inatiidte UnUm, 33 a 6/ 

1 OoUege. 14 a 6 a 

^ Jubilee bf, 31 o 16 d 

Workiiigmen*! Bille Cldb. 28 a4 

Workmen'a Aaanranoe id UoUandL Lelier on^ 8 

iba 

— Oompeuaation Act and Pdnpeiflaid, 8 a 6 ft 
Tra|iia?28tt2/ 

■ 0teitrowdlng of, 8 a 2/ 

Worka of Art for ScBoola, Letted dn, 6 d 8 d 
Workahops fOr tke BUnd. 8 d II 
Wormwood Sembi, Eftoap^ ddd Gdptitra df d 

ConTJctat, 17 a 6/ 
^(TBBCQBS I ^ 
the t^rmmelMUr, i^ dl f 

— the Lgra, Offloial Beftort, 21 d 4 d 
in the Meraay. 13 d 6/ 

theifor^a. 26d8/ 

the Penpda 16 a 14/ 

Wright ( Dr. O. fl. H.) on Or. Wdde'i Pdmpttleli 

14 a 10 a 
Wyatt ( B. F.) dn the Artandemant iHlh BiiaiUi 

4*8 a 

— on the Ciriaia and the Odonlea, 1 d 14/ 

on the Maty dnd the Cdioniaa, ^1 d 10 ft 

*-^ League and the Colonlea, 6 12 a 
Wyndham (— ) on the Detetopoledt df tttd 8tali| 

23a90 

atDorer, 18a6 d- 19 a 8 ^--21 a 10 a 

(8ur Chaa.) in New York, 17 a 4/ 

Wyndham-quin (Major W. &) dn the Bkluoki 

tion Act in Walea, 12 a 9 d 

X 
X Bay ••B1lma^ Letter on, 31 4 ft 

Y. 

Yarmouth, Hngd Herring Hdnli at. 80 d 4 d 
Yariow & Co., on the (3aae of the (Taroliaa, 8 d 

11a 
Yiewal^ Boyi' Home, 81 o7/ 

— Letter on, 8 a 12 / 
York AiaemUy Booma. 18 12/ 
Yorkahhemen hi London, 9 d 4 d 

Youdg (Sir Fred.) on the Colonial Oodfdfeenoib 

(Norirddd) on the Ooionlaa and Imferlal 

Defence, 27 d 10 d 
Yottngfauaband (Cd.) od the Lbaaa Biiaata, 18 

2angWll|(lRael)0kitheDfaiAa,10o4/ 
1 ZenauaUiMeaQd Medical Mtaatoil, 20 o 4/ 



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