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MR. H. F. HENNIKER. R.A., MUS., Professor from the Royal Academy, and Organist of Holy Trinity Church. Address, 11, Albion-place, Maidstone,
September 30, 1867 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
DARTFORD.

DARTFORD.

Petty Sessions, Sept. 28th.— Before Sir P. H. Dyke, T. H. Fleet, Esq., and F. M. Lewen, Esq. Thomas Beaoh, of Luddesdown, was charged by Superintendent Brandon, K.C.C., with not having sufficient control over a horse and van riding without reins, on 12th Sept., at Dartford. Fine
September 30, 1867 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ACADEMY, 11 MILLER STREET. iSb. j. b, M’EWEN’S CLAsiira (Public and Private) will REOPEN on MONDAY, Mm SaP TIMBER. Classes

ACADEMY, 11 MILLER STREET. iSb. j. b, M’EWEN’S CLAsiira (Public and Private) will REOPEN on MONDAY, Mm SaP TIMBER. Classes

A, 7, and till 10 FE.) Dancing and deportment. STREET ACADEMY, WHITEVALE. MB. J. B. Win OPEN tbs above commodious Academy THURSDAY, Octobbb. Junior Claw Seoiar (Hass, Btill 10 r.v. ,
September 30, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AUTUMN CIRCUIT COURT.

AUTUMN CIRCUIT COURT.

The Autumn Circuit Justiciary Coart for the coanties of Lanark, llenfrew, and Dumbarton, opens here to-mor|o» before the Lord Justice-Clerk and Lord Cowan, heir Lordships will arrive in the morning M‘Lean’s el, St. Vincent-street, and after holding their usual at half-past 11, p
September 30, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
sroßima intkluomscs.

sroßima intkluomscs.

Thb CHAJiPieKSHip.—Jem Mace and Ned Baldwin. —These men have once more staked £lO side, and the final deposit of £l5 side is to be posted on Thursday week at house be named by Jem Mace, The friends of the men have agreed that two on'each side shall meet at our office next Friday
September 30, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NOVELTIES IN LADIES'JACKETS.

NOVELTIES IN LADIES'JACKETS.

NOVELTIES LADIES'JACKETS. SPECIAL LOTS UNDER VALUE, 12 and M JAMAICA STREET. D LL & MA, THIE’S Kxtentive Purchases of British and Fnreien Goods, delivered last week, embrace not only the Fashions and Novelties for the Season, hut Extensive Lota of New and Beautiful Goo la, bought
September 30, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AUTUMN PURCHASES

AUTUMN PURCHASES

ROW COMPLSTSD. LAUDER respectfully in-rites Inspec-IVA tion Lin AUTUMN PUROHABES, which will tcrand Larjtr and BttUr Value than on any former StSfiQD, NEW AUTUMN BILKS and VELVETS, JACKETS and SHAWLS. NEW AUTUMN BONNETS and HATS. NEW AUTUMN MUTTS and BOAS. N*W AUTUMN TRENCH ME K
September 30, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Berlin, September 28. —In to day’s sitting of the German Parliament the debate upon the budget commenced. Clauses 1,2, and 3of the estimates of expenditure were adopted after a long debate. The King arrived at Mainan yesterday.
September 30, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BETTING.

BETTING.

BE T T IN U. TATTERSALL'S, Xonday. The attendance at Albert-gate was limited, and busihess caine to a com- paratively early close; nevertheless the transactions brought to bear were by no means wanting il extent or significance. The Great Eastern Handicap was the first event dema
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. James Anderson, the Tragedian, in Australia.

Mr. James Anderson, the Tragedian, in Australia.

Kr. James Anderson, the Tragedian, in Australia. (From the A(elbourne Age, July 1ith,) IHAYARstirT TnreAtE.-Mr. James Anderson, an actor whose name stands veryligh is the list ofpreselsttheatricalcelebrities, and was familiar to the habitues of Old Drurv ?? was at the head of his
September 29, 1867 - The Era - London, London, England