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learn with much interest that the director*! of the Ureat Northern Railway Ireland have decided grant mcreaaee in and in wages and al»*i» honiUMs to the meinber* their stalf. It is onderstood that the sum U» l*e expended in (Ins manner will unounl over £20,000 for the yeur 1914.
Probably ffw people oiitaide the silk trade know of condition to which fresh publicity has just been given. By the tamers Act, ISiO. silk included with money |>ackage>. jewellery, and other article?* of small bulk, but gre;o, value.which consignees are obliged insure if the mere
PIANO AS ANODYNE ARTERY SEWN TO THE TUNE OF A HIGHLAND FLING. The New York Herald” quotes curious case of music being used as an anodyne. The incident occurred at Poughkeepsie, and the subject was a bov aged fourteen years named Stephen Klanat sky. An artery in KUnatsky’s wrist w
The crew the steamer Rio Colorado on arriving at their homes in South Shields Tuesday told an interesting story of how the crew of the schooner Benefit, of Nora Scotia, were rescued the Atlantic Tlie Benefit, bound from St John, New Brunswick, to Cuba with potatoes, fell in with
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