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THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA

... British army) has arrived in the United Slates secret mission after quarter'e service with Gomez. said in interview: All the insurgent forces uniting for march on Havana. The first greet battle will probably be fought Trocfaa Moron, which ie defended by ...

AX INCIDENT OF CIVIL WAR

... AX INCIDENT OF CIVIL WAR The Lynchl>urgh Republican publi.sbed the following incideiit, remarkable alike lor its singularity well f»>r its melancholy fulfilment to the nrother of one of the parties concerned : Just before the war broke out a youn.r Virginian ...

civil War at Paris continues unabated iH'#iolcilCe, btit without any very significant results, although there ..

... civil War at Paris continues unabated iH'#iolcilCe, btit without any very significant results, although there is no doubt the Government troops are beating their opponents in almost every encounter. The Commune is acting just if its permanence were assure ...

UNITED IRELAND!

... UNITED IRELAND! The Imperial taxation agitation in Ireland gathers strength time goes on. The remarkable meeting in Dublin on Monday night was followed yesterday evening by demonstration Limerick, over which Lord Dunraven presided, and which many Tory ...

THE AMERICAN CIVIL SERVICE

... AMERICAN CIVIL SERVICE. One of the most evil of the heritages bequeathed by this Government to its successors is a demoralized and disorganised Civil Service, for it cannot be denied that the experiments which have been tried with the Civil Service during ...

REGENT V. CIVIL SERVICE

... REGENT V. CIVIL SERVICE. Tho Regent on Saturday journeyed Brighton Place, Qovan, to encounter the Civil Service in the third round the cup ties. The Civil Service batted first very fast ■ Their hatting against the Regent bowling was moct stubborn, taking ...

PENSIONS TO RETIRED CIVIL SERVANTS

... officials in the Civil Service. It seems to me to be absurd that men who have served in any branch of the Civil Service for a certain number of years should lie entitled to retire on a pension. 11..* cuey not been paid for their work, and well-paid too ...

THE ORIGIN OF THE CIVIL SERVICE

... THE ORIGIN OF THE CIVIL SERVICE SUPPLY ASSOCIATION. [From an arttcls “Tbs Abolition at Poverty * in the May number ol the Atlantic AfcnlMt/.] It is now ten yean ainoe some clerk* in the London Post Office found thettselveinnsblo to live on their pay. ...

REPORT OP THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS

... REPORT OP THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS. Tbs report of the proceedings of her Majesty's Civil Service Commiasioners during the past year has been issued. In an appendix are printed the examination papers which have been set during the year, and the ...

THE JUBILEE AND THE CIVIL LIST

... THE JUBILEE AND THE CIVIL LIST. Sir, —It is customary for those who shine in society to speak with bated breath about the reigning Sovereign. Everything else being equal, I believe this to be a wholesome rule. But I fail to see why should have the virtues ...

CIVIL LIST PENSIONS

... CIVIL LIST PENSIONS. The following is a list of all pensions, amounting altogether £1,200, granted daring year emTcd 20th June, 1878, and charged upon the Civil IJst Mr George MacDonald—ln consideration of his contributions literature, £lOO. Mrs Isabella ...