The Egyptian Gazette contains a large number of recurring elements. Some of this material is captured in templates, and others are advertisements. This pages lists recurring free-text elements, which this project identifies using the feature attribute. This visualization shows the frequency with which features are distributed:

Recurring Element Name(s)Feature attributeUsual Page(s)FrequencyNotes
Advertisementsnone–identified using xml:id attribute1, 2dailyUse templates
Daily Weather Report“weather”2dailytempate alternate tempate
Birth / Death / Marriage“birthDeathMarriage”2Single-line paid announcements
Telegrams / Wire Reports / To-day’s telegrams (international news)“wire”3, 4, 5dailySometimes there is no headline for this section. Treat cables as individual divs (type="cable"), each with its own <dateline> and <title>. This section is sometimes spread over two pages; when this is the case, you can use the next and prev attributes.
Local and General“local”3dailyTreat individual paragraphs as individual divs (type="item"), each with its own <head>.
Sport and Play“sport”3, 5daily?Treat contents as items, each with own headline.
Personal and Social“social”3daily?Treat contents as paragraphs
The Khedive“khedive”3daily?
Council of Ministers“councilMinisters”3
Letters to the Editor“letters”3Treat each letter as an item, with <byline> and <dateline>
Native Press Comments“nativePress”3
Band Performance / Esbekieh Gardens“bandPerformance”3Lists concert program. Format concert program as a list
Obituary“obituary”3Article on life of a resident of Egypt. Do not use for one-line obituary items in the Telegram section.
Passenger List“passList”3,4,5,6,7Treat arrivals and departures as items.
Steamer Movements“steamerMovements”3Almost daily.Arrivals and departures of passenger ships. Treat contents as paragraphs.
Shipping Movements and Mouvement Maritime“shippingMovements”4,6Almost daily.Arrivals and departures of cargo ships. French-language Mouvement Maritime runs to October 1905; English-language Shipping Movements begins November 1905; format as paragraphs.
Délégation Municipale / Questions Municipales / Municipality“municipality”3,4,6
Army and Navy / Army of Occupation / Egyptian Army / Naval Notes“army”3,4,5,7Often contain a <dateline>.
Calendar of Coming Events“comingEvents”5dailysee template for format
Cheap Prepaid Advertisements“prepaidAdvertisements”2,5,7Also listed as “Cheap Advertisements.” Section template here. Treat each advertisement as an item.
Chronique Theatrale / Abbas Helmy Theatre / Alhambra Theatre / Zizinia Theatre / etc.“theatre”3,4Coverage of theatre performances
Visitors’ List“visitList”3,5Treat each hotel as an item.
Matters of Moment / Pith of the Press Comments / Home Papers“homePapers”5Make into a section and divide contents into items.
Legal Notes / Chronique Judiciare“legal”3,4,6French language
Our London Letter“londonLetter”7
Our Paris Letter“parisLetter”7
Egyptological Notes“egyptological”
Egyptian Share Market / Money and Share Market“shareMarket”3,5Usually ThursdaySection containing items (Egyptians, Mining, Consols, Rails, etc.) with own heads; often closes with a table. Name changes from Egyptian Share Market to Money and Share Market in February 1906.
The Cotton Market“cottonMarket”4Kearsley and Cunningham’s Weekly Report
Chronique Financiere“chroniqueFinanciere”3,4Usually SaturdayFrench language. Includes dateline.
Circulaire H. de Vries et Boutigny. Notes et Critiques“circulaire”3,4French language
Bulletin de la Bourse“bulletinBourse”3,4,6French language
Export Manifests“exportManifests”4,6,8Use OCR and break each line into its own <p>.
Notice / AVIS“notice”4,5,6,7Annoucements of tenders and other business. Typically also feature the company or government (often the Alexandria Municipality) in the headline. AVIS is French language version, which is most common.

“Notes from” section:

These notes typically appear on page 3. They are sourced to “Our Own Correspondent”. Treat individual stories as <div type="item">, each with its own <head>. It is not always clear how many stories belong to the section.

Constantinople“notesConstantinople”also appears as Constantinople Notes
Port Said“notesPortSaid”
Fayoum“notesFayoum”also appears as Fayoum Notes
The Sudan“notesSudan”
Luxor“notesLuxor”also appears as Luxor Notes
Other“notesOther”Notes from Akhmin, Keneh, Kafr Zayat, Minet el Gamh, Wadi Medani, and other places in Egypt