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DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

Ily CASTLE DONINGTON. he ABSCONDING APPRXNTICr.-Williiam Richards, apprentice rsto Mr. Francis Cartwright, of the Bondgate, Castle Doning- nl- ag ton, basket maker, was charged on Wednesday lost, before nd E. C. Middleton and Charles Shakespeare, Esqrs., at the rs, Loughborongh
September 4, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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BY MESSRS. OLIVER & NEWBOLD. ST. MARY'S GATE, DERBY. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIBRARY OF BOOKS, BROUGHAM, PH)ETON, HARNESS, And other Effects. M ESSRS. OLIVER and NEWBOLD respectfully l give Notice, that they are favoured by instruc- tions fromJ.WHITAKER JOaNSON, Esq. (who is changin
September 18, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STEAM CULTIVATION IN STAFFORDSHIRE.

STEAM CULTIVATION IN STAFFORDSHIRE.

I For upwards of two months steam cultivation has been going on at Birchwood Park Farm, near Uttoxeter, nd and on other property of the Earl of Shrewsbury and ep, Talbot. The farm at Birchwood Park has long been a m- perplexity to its owner and a loss to its occupiers. Mr. ml. Jo
September 18, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WARWICK SEPTEMBER RACES.

WARWICK SEPTEMBER RACES.

WARWICK SEPTEXBER RACES. Stewards: Duke of Newcastle, Marquis of Hastings, and G. Wise, Esq. Judge: Mr. J. F. Clark. Starter: Mr. T. M'George. Clerk of the Course: Mr. S. Merry. Tuesday, September 13. The near approach of the St. Leger race investe this Meeting with much greater
September 8, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

FOR LICEINSED VICTUALLERS. *V Tis pagew~ililniostly beoused inztere-sting to .TcensedjVictatal.. Zero, andI the operations of the UNITED TowuNs' AssocL4,Tnou A-~t) LICEN~SED XVICTuALtfs' DRErENCE LEAGUE are pub- i1,he~diiuider their owes superintendence. -united Towns' Associatio
September 8, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE, ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. J.rD )NE ' (Leelds).-El~enF 77t01oney sas ta7en in sonie instances againse Tile flecoul w~ti nst 101010 7be 5/51. d( t ,C~oheO ALLEN. -eeIbceldue is a ehesntit colt by Ti'nnpeter, dtntsy Tito ?? old o/ fih(5sle. N,.s,,c.ii70oCOC5 Ji
September 22, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PAST AND FUTURE.

THE PAST AND FUTURE.

TEE PAST AND FUTURE. By " TOUCHSTONE. It Is somewhat singular that the Newmarket First October Meet- ing should have been held in the month of September, and it is a notable fact also that it was one of the dullest affairs ever celebrated at bead-quarters. Many of the items in th
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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rpHEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.- T Sole Lessee end Manager, Mir. F. B. CHATTERTON. NOTICE.-In coilsequcrtce of arrangemientsinade in advartce, "Fausat" cannot be performed after Saturday next, October Mbh. To-morrotrw (Monay) Setemer 0th an duingthe week, her Majesty's serant wil prf
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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pARLS EXHIBITION.-SPECLAL FIXED SlEIIVICE itl ~I'UCED FARESleaviig VICTORlA and LlII)- GA~TE bILL S'fAO.10vS of theLO.NDON, CLIATHIAM, m~iid DOVER RtAILWAY, danly, as foilh,' s:- C' VICTORIA ?? ;I; p n. I LUJDGATE lILT ?? 5140 p.m. S Arriviiig at PARIS ?? t 75 am. LI. RITUXr, Tic
September 15, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Crystal Palace Autumn Flower Show.

Crystal Palace Autumn Flower Show.

The great autumn show of flowers and fruit took place on Tues- day, Wednesday, and Thursday, at the Crystal Palace, and attracted a large number of visitors. In several respects the exhibition was superior to any of its predecessors. The show of gladioli stood unrivalled as to e
September 15, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England