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Protest Spreads To Paris

July 17, 1885 ·

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New By-Law Makes Fog Signals Compulsory in London

Under London's new Conservancy By-laws relating to every steam vessel, when the steam is up, and vessel is under way, shall in all cases of fog use as a signal a steam whistle, which shall be sounded at least every…
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Jack Ludd, Trade Unionist, Speaks Out

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A Letter To India

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NATION SPLIT OVER ARTIFICIAL ADAM

Tension is mounting as the date draws ever nearer to May the 6th when, at a grand exhibition in the nation's capital, the Department for the Advancement of Sciences will be unveiling a 'mechanical man'. Will this artificial ’Adam’ delight…
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Mrs Ranbir Goes To Work

A government department is to send the wife of the esteemed scientist Chan Ranbir on a nationwide tour to extoll the virtues and benefits of owning a Clockwork Servant. Tinku Ranbir, who has kept a low profile since she arrived…
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Kendal Prepares For The Weekend Parade

Banners are up, shop windows festooned with posters, bunting criss-crosses the high street, and expectation level is at an all time high, as Kendal prepares for a Homecoming Parade that seems to have split the small town community down the…
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