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ACCIDENTS. – COLLIERY, St. Helen's, | AFRICA, SOUTH.-CAPE COLONY, Baden-
Lancashire, 11; Llest coalpit, Pon-

Powell, Col., in command of the
tyrhyl, 51. EXPLOSIONS, “Barking, garrison in Mafeking, [219], [370];
Messrs. Hewett's works, 2; Bourges, Belmont, battle at, (225), (369). 70;
17; Bull finch, torpedó boat, 44; Bills, [368]; Boers, war with the, [369],
Douglas Gasworks, 75; St. Helen's, 62; Budget, (367); Buller, Sir R., in
Lancashire, chlorate factory, 27 ; Hon.

command of the Natal Army, [371];
ley, Huddersfield, 39; Huy fortress, elections, [367]; Gatacre, Gen., his
21 ; Lagouban naval magazine, Toulon, operations, r2301. 36
14; Marseilles, 16 ; Netherton, Dudley, battle at, [225], [369], 70; Kimberley
52; Refshaleo, military laboratory of, invested, [219], [309], [370]; Kitchener,
29; Rochdale Works, 66; Sheffield, Lord, appointed chief of the staff, [233],
66 ; Victoria Street, Westminster, 21. (371), 14; Mafeking invested, [219],
MISCELLANEOUS, Champs Elysées, por-

[369], 76; armoured train attacked,
tion of roadway gives way, 73; Leut-

13691, 62; Magersfontein, battle of,
schistz, 56; Osnaburgh Street, 16; 370]; Merriman, Mr., on the Budget,
Palace Bridge, St. Petersburg. col. 13671; Methuen, Lord, his engage-
lapses, 30; Pwllheli, N. Wales, boat inents, [225], [369], 71, 73; Milner,
upset, 38; Stour Valley, canal em-

Sir A., conference at Bloemfontein,
bankment, 56; Stratford, Connecticut, [103], [112], [188], [367], 30, 32; Mod.
49; Süsten Pass, 2; Traun, Gmunden, der River, fighting on the, [225], [369],
57 ; Valparaiso, 49; Waesland Rail 71, 73; Parliament opened, [367], 41 ;
way, landing stage breaks in two, 67 ; postage, penny, 54; Rhodes, Mr.,
Zermatt, 53

elected president of the South African
ADDRESS, debate in the House of Lords, League, 26; reception at Cape Town,

[16], [203]; agreed to, [17], [204]; in [367], 43; Roberts, Field-Marshal Lord,
the House of Commons, (18], [204]; appointed commander-in-chief of the
amendments, [19]; agreed to, [29], 64

forces, [233], [371], 74; Schreiner, Mr.,
AFGHANISTAN. - AMEER ABDURRHA-

on the Customs Union, [368]; trade,
MAN, relations with Great Britain,

[371]; Wauchope, Gen., killed, [230],
[351). VICEROY, his frontier policy, (370). Natal, Beacon Hill, night
(351). WAZIRIS, punitive measures operation at, (373); Budget,' [371];
against, [351]

Buller, Sir R., attempts to cross the
AFRICA, CENTRAL.-BRITISH CENTRAL Tugela, [230], [374], 174; Churchill,

AFRICA, Chiefs defeated, [386]. Coffee Mr. W. s., taken" prisoner, [373]:
crop, [386]. Trans-African Railway,

escapes. 75: Colenso, evacuated. T3731.
result, [386]

67 ; Dundee, battle of, [219], [372], 64;
- EAST. -ABYSSINIA, [381). BRITISH Elandslaagte, battle of, [219], [372]:
EAST AFRICA, British expeditions, re Glencoe, battle of, [372], 64; Lady.
sult, (382), 53; famine, (382); Kenia, smith invested, [219], [372] ; attack on,
Mount, ascended by Mr. J. H. Mac-

[373], 66 ; Ministry, the new, [372];
kinder, 60. GERMAN EAST AFRICA, Nicholson's Nek, battle of, [219), [373]:
(381), 66. MADAGASCAR, diplomatic Parliament opened (371]; Rietfontein,
correspondence, [11], 2; Gallieni, Gen., action at, [219], [372); Roberts, Lieut.,
his measures, (382); Ikongo, rising of mortally wounded, [233], [374]; Sy-
natives, [382]; Plague, [382); ex mons, Gen. Sir W. P., mortally
Queen of, at Marseilles, [382], 12. wounded, [372]; White, Sir G., in
PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA, [381]; command at Ladysmith, [219], [372];
Bundesrath seized, 76 ; Delagoa Bay, Yule, Gen., compelled to retire, (219),
munitions of war, prohibited from

(372). 65. ORANGE FREE STATE.
landing, 51; Lorenzo Marques, two Bloemfontein, martial law proclaimed,
police officers arrested, 53. UGANDA [375); Boers commence hostilities, 62 ;
mutineers, band of, dispersed, [382]; Steyn, Pres., on the military prepara-
Mwanga, ex-King, captured, [382], 21 ; tions, [374], 58; his proclamation,
railway, [382). ZANZIBAR, [381]

(375), 64; "Volksraad, proposals for

AFRICA, SOUTH, continued.

AMERICA, SOUTH, continued.
federation with the Transvaal, (374). Gold industry, (402); reciprocity
RHODESIA, Buluwayo, Northern Ex treaty with the United States, (402).
tension Railway, first sod turned, 31. Chili, Ministry, changes in the, [401];
TRANSVAAL, Buller, Sir R., in com-

Nitrate, [401]; Valparaiso Bay, tidal
mand of the forces, [381); dynamite wave, [401), 49. COLUMBIA, insurrec-
monopoly, (378), 52; Edgar tragedy, tion, [402]. PERU, Congress opened,
(375), 12, elections, 10; Fischer, Mr., [402); rebellion crushed, (402). URU.
at Pretoria, 37; Forestier-Walker, GUAY, Cuestas, Señor, elected Pre-
Lieut.-Gen. Sir, in command of the sident, [402), 13; Monte Video, new
forces, (378); franchise question, [377], port at, [402]. VENEZUELA, Arbitra-
(378),' 16, 34, 39, 40, 43, 52; gold tion Commission, [235], 59; award,
seized, [380), 61 ; State Papers, 187 [403], 60; revolution, [462], 57; State
219; Government and the Imperial Papers, 220 ; Arbitration Treaty, 220
Government, despatches between, ANGLO-FRENCH Agreement, for Central
[177)-[184], '[188]-(201), (378)-(380), Africa, [73], 19; protests against, by
25, 26, 57,'193-217; ultimatum, *199], Italy and Turkey, [74], 19
[380],' 62, 217-219; Johannesburg, ANGLO-Řuss. Agreement with China, [102]
Englishmen arrested, [376], 27 ; meet ANNIVERSARIES, celebration of, Australia,
ings at, 5, 33, 34; Theron, Mr., fined, 23; foundation of, 6; Cromwell, birth of,
Joubert, Gen., invades Northern Natal, 24; Goethe, birth of, 53; Kingston-on-
[380]; Kruger, Pres., at Johannesburg,

Thames, 24; Parnell, Dublin, 61
19; conference with Sir A. Milner, [103], ARDILAUN, Lord, purchases the Muckross
[112],[188],[367], 30,32; offers to resign, estate, 70
1378), 46; his message to the Americans, ARMY, mobilisation of the seventh division,
62; proclamation, 64; Leader, editor of (233), 74; Reserves called out, (199),
the, arrested, 54; Milner, Sir A., con [206], [233], 61, 63, 74
ference with Pres. Kruger at Bloem ART.-Retrospect of :-
fontein, [103], [112], [188], [376], 30, BRITISH Museum, 115
32; suzerainty question, (177), (378]; NATIONAL Gallery, 114; Ireland, 115;
Outlanders' petition, [75], (375), 18, Scotland, 115
187-192; grievances, [376]; exodus, NATIONAL Gallery of British Art, 114
55; Volksraad, debate in the, [187], NATIONAL Portrait Gallery, 114
55; on the “Grondwet,” [377], 49

Royal Academy, 117
WEST.-ANGLO-FRENCH Agreement, SALES, 117
(385), 17. CONGO STATE, Batetelas South Kensington Museum, 116
rebels, battles with, [383]; Rubber VICTORIA and Albert Museum, 116
trade, [384). FRENCH Soudan, Bre WALLACE Gallery, 114
tonnet, M., massacred, [385] ; Klobb, ASIA, [351].--- Vide Afghanistan, Burmah,
Col., killed, (384); Voulet-Chanoiné China, Hong-Kong, India, Japan,
mission, [384). GAMBIA, Revenue, Korea, Siam
[383]; trade, 1383). GOLD COA

ASSOCIATION, Imperial South African,
Northcott, Lieut.-Col. H. P., ap meeting at Sunderland, [153]
pointed administrator, [383]. LAGOS, AUSTRALASIA, (403).- Vide Fiji, New
Railway opened, [383]; rubber in-

South Wales, New Zealand, Polynesia,
dustry, [383]; Tugwell, Bishop, trial Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria
against, 26. NIGERIA, Convention AUSTRALIA, SOUTH.-BUDGET, [412].
between Great Britain and France COMMONWEALTH Bill, 48, 49. FEDER-
ratified, (384); Lugard, Col., Gover AL Bill, [412], 30. Federal Enabling
nor, [384] ; spirits, duty on, raised, Bill, [411]. Ministry, defeated, [412];
[384]. SIERRA LEONE, Railway, com-

the new, [412]. PARLIAMENT opened,
pletion of, [383]

[412]. Population, [412]. REVENUE,
ALBANY, Duke of, his confirmation, 48

[412]. TENNYSON, Lord, Governor,
AMBASSADOR, appointment of, Choate, Mr. 1412), 7
J. I

WÉSTERN.--BUDGET, (413). COOL-
AMERICÁ, [386]. — Vide Canada, Mexico, GARDIE, convention of miners, [413].

Newfoundland, United States, West FEDERAL Bill, [412]. PARLIAMENT
Indies

opened, [412]. Population, [413]. RE-
- CENTRAL.- Costa Rica, (396). VENUE, [413). Women's Suffrage, (412)

HONDURAS, (396). NICARAGUA, revo AUSTRIA - HUNGARY. – ANTI-SEMITIC
lution, (396)

riots, [297], 21. Ausgleich Bill, 15, 32,
SOUTH. — ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, 41. BANFFY, Baron, resignation, [297],
Arbitration treaty, (399], 51 ; Budget, 10. Bohemia, Polna, Jew found guilty
(399); Congress opened, [399]; Con of murder, [297], 57. CLARY-ALDIN-
version Bill, [399); Roca, Pres., his GEN, Count, Premier, [296], 60; re-
message, [399); wool production, signation, [296], 75. Exc-lex period,
[400]. BOLIVIA, Paudo, Gen., elected (296), 2. FLORINS, issue of, 68.
President, [401]; revolution, [401]. GERMANS and Czechs, conflict between,
BRAZIL, coffee, export duty on, (400); [294]. Goluchowski, Count, on foreign
Congress opened, (400); Cotton fac policy, [297]-[299]. Gratz, meeting at,
tories, [400]; Salles, Pres. C., his 8. Jews, agitation against, [297].
message, [400]; Venezuela boundary LANGUAGE decrees, withdrawal, (296),
question, [401]. BRITISH GUIANA, 63. PROTESTANTISM, conversion to,

63

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY, continued.

BORNEO.-BRITISH NORTH, Co., consen
(294), 15. REICHSRATH, reassembled, to administer the hinterland, 47
(294); scenes in the, [295], 6; prorogued, BRIDGE, Sir J., chief magistrate, resigna-
(295), [296], 7. Riots, [295], [296], 52, tion, 50
64. SZELL, M., forms new Cabinet, BRITISH Association, Dover, 56 ; members
[297], 11 ; on the bill for the repression of the, at Boulogne, 58
of electoral corruption, 25. THUN BRITISH MÍuseum, Baron F. de Rothschild's
Ministry, resignation, [296], 58. collection bequeathed to, 3
WOLFF, Herr, received into the Pro Budget, The, [83], 19, 22 ; Indian, [167]
testant Church, 20

BULGARIA.-ELECTIONS, [321]. MINIS-
Emperor of, at Bohemia, [295]

TRY, changes in the, [320]. RAILWAY,

opening of, [321], 70
BALFOUR, Rt. Hon. A. J., on the Irish BOLLER, Sir Redvers, in command of the

Catholic University question, [72], 6;. forces in South Africa, (371). (381).
deputation from the Crusade of Peace,
19 of societies, 36

BURMAH. --BURMO-CHINESE frontier de-
BALFOUR, The Hon. J. B., appointed Lord , limitation, [352). RAILWAY, con-
: Justice General in Scotland, 68

struction of," [352). Rice, export of,
Bank of England, rate of discount raised, [352]
41, 60, 61, 71; reduced, 5, 7

BYE-ELECTIONS, [3], [69], [81], [112], [133]
BELGIUM. - ANTWERP, Exhibition of

pictures and fêtes, inaugurated, 50. Cable, construction of, from Vancouver to
Belgico arrives off Sandy Point, 18. Queensland, 24
Brussels, Maison du Peuple, opening CAMBON, M. Paul, on relations between
of the, [323]; riots, [323), 37, 38. nations, 7
Budget, (324). ELECTORAL Bill, (323) CAMBRIDGE University, senior wranglers
[325), 39, 47, 53, 70. MINISTRY, the at, 33
new,' [324]. NAEYER, M. de Smet de, CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN, Sir H., leader of
resignation, [323), 6; reconstituted, the Liberal party, (14). 8
48. Nyssens, M., resignation, [323), CANADA.- ALASKA boundary question,
6. PARLIAMEST opened, 69; scenes [30], [393), (394), 11, 34, 65.* CABLE
in, (323), 19, 38. SOCIALISTS, hostile subsidy, 25. FOOT-GUARDS, reception
demonstrations, (323), 38. VANDEN-

of, at Chicago, 54. LAURIER, Sir W.,
PEEREBOOM, M., resignation, [324], 47. on free trade, (394). MANITOBA, yield
WILLEMS, V., sentenced, 7.

of crops, [395). Montreal, Banks,
BILLIARD match, result. 20.

failure of, 47. NOME, Cape, discovery
BILLS. -AGRICULTURE and Technical In-

of gold at, 1395). ONTARIO, London,
struction, Irish, [102], [162]; Appro riots at, 40. “Ottawa, fishermen trained
priation, [162]. [217], 49.* 'CHURCH for war service, 20. PARLIAMENT
Discipline, [100], 26. Clerical Tithe, opened, (393); prorogued, (394). RE-
[139], see Tithe. "Colonial Loans, [165]. DISTRIBUTION Bill, (394). SAULANGES
Companies, [163]. Cottage Homes, Canal opened, (394). TARIFF, pre-
[63].' EDUCATION, [60]. Education, ferential, 44. VOLUNTEERS for the
Board of, [89], [166]. "Education of war in South Africa, (395), 64, 74
Children, [38]. FINANCE, [92], 27 ; CARNEGIE, Mr. A., proposed contribution
in committ e, (94). Fish, undersized, to Birmingham University, 27
[145]. HALF-TIMERS, [115]. ILLEGAL CENTENARIES, celebration of, Church Mis-
Commissions, [121].' Indian Tariff, sionary Society, 21. Pushkin, birth
[124]. LONDON Government, [33). of, (306), 32. Royal Institution of
[56], 18; in committee, [90]; report Great Britain, 31. Washington, George,
stage, [119], 32 ; third reading, [120] :
in the Lords, [125), 37. METROPOLITAN CENTURY, controversy on the close of, 76.
Streets Act, [145]. Military Works CHAMBERLAIN, Mr., receives the degree of
Loan, 35. Militia, [163]. Money honorary D.C.L. from Trinity College,
Lending, [61], [121], [145]. NIGER

74
Company, [145]. OLD Age Pensions, CHARITY Commissioners and governors of
[62]. PARISH Churches, Scotland, St. Paul's School, settlement between,
(145). Post Office and Telephone, (66),
(122). Procedure, Scotch Private, 167). Chess tournament, result, 23.
RAILWAYS Regulation, withdrawn, CHINA.-AGREEMENTS, Great Britain and
[77). SALE of Food and Drugs, [65), Russia, [359]: Franco-Chinese, (361).
[143). Service Franchise, [64], [117]. BELGIANS, demands of the, 13591.
Shop assistants' seats, [144). Small CHANG-Yi appointed chief director of
Houses, [64], [87].' Tithe Rent the Northern Railways, [358]. Ching-
Charge, [127]; second reading, [129], wang-tao, port reserved. 20. FRENCH,
38; in committee, [139), 41 ; third demands of the, (357), 2. GERMAN
reading, [140], 43 ; in the Lords, [142], warships occupy Ngan-tung-wei, (360),
(164). Tithe Rent Charge, Irish, (145). 19. HAN-KAU, dispute about, (360),
Treasury Bills, [218]. YOUTHFUL 53. ITALIANS, demands of the, (358).
Offenders, [125]

13, 28, 47. KWEI-CHAU, British de-
BOARD of Trade, annual report of the mand for the removal of, 36. NANNING-
Labour Department, 57 ; report on

FU, new treaty port, opened, (358), 8.
railway accidents, 60

Niu-Chwang Railway, [358], 12, 15.

74

CHINA, continued.

DENMARK.-- Bills, various, (340), (342).
PEKIN, French and Russian guards Budget, (338), [340]. COPENHAGEN,
withdrawn, 21. RAILWAY, Imperial, „Jacobsen, Herr C., presents his art
prospectus issued, (358). RUSSIANS, collection to the city, 4. EMPLOYERS
demands of the, (360], 27. TA-LIEN-

and workmen, agreement between, 54.
WAN, declared a free port, (360), 50. LAW, Report on the reform of the
Tien-tsin and Ching-kiang Railway, Administration, (342). MINISTRY,
Anglo-German loan contract, (360), changes in the, [340], 53. ODENSE,
28. WINGATE, Capt., reaches Bhamo, meeting at, (310). RIGSDAG assembled,
24. YANGTSE-KIANG, obstructions in

(338); reassembled, (310) SCHOOL
the, (360), 65. Yellow River, inunda Bill, (339). TAXATION Bills, 341]
tions, (360)

DRAMA, The. - ADAPTATIONS, 120 ;
CHOATE, Mr., at the Walter Scott Club, comedies, 119, 120, 121; comic operas,
Edinburgh. 68

121; farces, 121 ; melodramas, 120,
Civil list pensions granted, 35.

121 ; plays, 119, 120 ; revivals, 120
COLUMBUS, Christopher, coffin of, trans DUELS. --- Banffy, Baron, and Herr Hor-
ferred to Seville, 4

ansky, 1. Mendes, M. C., and M.
CONFERENCES and CONGRESSES. --- American Vanor, 29

Republics, South, Presidents of the, DUFFERIX, Marquess of, elected Lord
Rio de Janeiro, 50. Australian Pre-

Rector of Edinburgh University, 67
miers, Melbourne, 7. Co-operative
Societies, Liverpool, 29. Geographical, EARTHQUAKES. --Aidin, 58; Austria, S.E.,
Berlin, 59. Goodfellows, National 33 ; Ceram, 60; Darjeeling, 59; Hun-
Order of, Doncaster, 29. Independent gary, W., 33 ; Peloponnese, 5; Rome,
Labour party, Leeds, 20. Indian 43; Yakutat Bay, 54
National, Lucknow, 76. Irish National ECCLESIASTICAL - CANTERBURY and
League, Bradford, [108], 28. Irish York, Archbishops of, deputation of
Nationalists, 70 ; Dublin, 20. Miners' laymen, 24 ; hold an Ecclesiastical
Federation, Edinburgh, (3), 3; Brus Court, 26 ; decision, (171), (174), 5, 47,
sels, 29. National Liberal Federation, 57 ; CHURCH Association, reply to the
[70], [236], 14, 60, 73. Oddfellows, English Church Union, 14; CHURCH
Independent Society of, Middles Congress, London, (176), 62 ; CHURCH,
brough, 29. Peace, Christiania, 47 ; Crisis in the, [10], [236]; CONVOCA-
Hague, [107],[ 171), 21, 28, 29, 31, 37,

puses of, meeting, (170), 40
39, 43, 47, 65. Socialists, Hanover, ENGLISH Church Union, meeting, 12,
63; Leeds, [77] - [80]; Paris, 72. 61
Spanish Catholic, Burgos, 55, 58. FISHER, Rt. Rev. G. C., appointed
Trade Union, Plymouth, [238], 54. Bishop Suffragan of Ipswich, 27
Tuberculosis,' Berlin, 29. Women, HALIFAX, Lord, on the Archbishops'
International, London, 37

decision, [175]. HARCOURT, Sir W.,
CONNAUGHT, Duke of, appointed Com-

his letter on the Lambeth decision,
mander - in - Chief of the forces in

[174]
Ireland, 76

LONDON, Bishop of, gives notice of sus-
- Duke and Duchess of, received by the pension to two vicars, 68
Pope, 6

St. Paul's Cathedral, decision of the
COUNTY Council, London, election of chair Decorations Committee, 27

men. 15; report on the London EGYPT.-BUDGET Estimates, (364) CATH-
Government Bill, (80]

OLIC Coptic Church, Patriarch of the,
CRETE.--CANDIA, Palace at, British flag enthroned at Alexandria, 44. FLAM-

hauled down, 45. Canea, Blonay, M. ANT, M., occupies Insalah, 75. GAR-
de, financial adviser, 21. Constitu-

STIN, Sir W. E., his report of the
tion, the new, [321], 4, 24. MAHOME Soudan, 17. IBRAHIM Ali, at Omdur-
INS emigrate, 25

man, 25. JUDICIAL reform, [365], 7,
CRICKET.-Australia and England, 31, 28. KARNAK, nine columns of the

34, 38, 43, 50; Australians, close of temple fall down, 61. Kitchener,
their season, 55; County Champion-

Lord, at Berber, 23. opens the Atbara
ship, 54; Eton and Harrow, 42; Eton bridge, 53; return to Cairo, 67. NILE,
and Winchester, 36 ; Marlborough and rise of the, (364), 60. PLAGUE, cases
Rugby, 48; Oxford and Cambridge, of, in Alexandria, 32. SOUDAN,
39; Surrey and Somersetshire, 30

administration of the, [12], 366], 2, 5;
CRIMINAL CASES. - ANSELL, Mary Ann, Khalifa, expedition against, 1366], 12,

executed, 43. FITZHARRIS, J., and 65 ; death, (229), (366), 70 : Mahdist
others, released, 52

insurrection, [366], 53; Wingate, Sir
CROMWELL, Oliver, proposed erection of a F., his victory, [366], 26, 70
statue to, 66

Elcho Challenge Shield, handed to the
Cross unveiled, Kentish martyrs, 33

Lord Mayor, 64
CRYSTAL Palace, National Co-operative ELECTIONS.- Bow and Bromley, 65; Clack-
Festival, opened, 50; pony show, 41

mannan and Kinross, 75; Edinburgh,
CURZON, Lord, Governor-General at Cal South, [133), 34; East. [133], 36;
cutta, 2

Elland, 14; Exeter, 67 ; Harrow, (81),

20; Hythe, [69), 13; Lanark, (69), 11;
DEMONSTRATIONS in the Albert Hall, 110). Londonderry, 10; Norfolk, [70], 16;
7; Trafalgar Square (193), 59

Oldham, [134], 40 ; Osgoldcross, (134),

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