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RAILWAY AMALGAMATION.COMMITTEE.

RAILWAY AMALGAMATION.COMMITTEE.

RAILWAY AMALGAMATION COMMITTEE. The joint committee of the Peers and Commons niet again yesterday, Mr. Chichester Fortescue in the chair. The other members present were the Marquis of Bipon, the Marquis of Salisbury, Earl Derby, Earl Cowper, Lord Redesdale, Lord Belper, Mr. Ward
April 30, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ECKINGTON.

ECKINGTON.

Monday.— Before T. W. Rodgebs and J. C. Athorpe, Esqrs. Assault at Barlbro'. — John Bvnks was charged "J IL V. Cottam with assaulting him at Barlbro' on the 20th AprU... Fined Is., 6d. damages, and the expenses. Assaulting the Police. — Solomon Skevington was brought up in custo
April 30, 1872 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ALLEGED V NEAR HYDE

ALLEGED V NEAR HYDE

During the last fortnight there haa been some excite- ment ' ■ Mr. J. from c almost a po- -1 by a viru at* of the stomach anal yaed Incraeatwase. „ ■ ■•..,>•. ?? The evidence of Mr. .ad analysed and tested i its contents and that he t was jianu- tained a gr .sband oame to him t.
April 30, 1872 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE CLAIMANTS BAIL.

THE CLAIMANTS BAIL.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ST VInDARD. Sib, — Mai. "is remarks hare been made, in my ten in tbe claimar ' estate ; and say many thousands more— «ull more acrimonious — hare been made out of our hea 1 should like to say a few words in explanation of my own share ■rest in the Tichbome •
April 30, 1872 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE WELSH UNIVERSITY.

THE WELSH UNIVERSITY.

TO THB EDIT* aurchraan, to ex- . I have lived all my life and was bred and born in the m the can now be as much. ages at an English university to a yoang before nries, and c c-nee of no for foundin; 1 it might come into play at once, and the ' n t, __ __ Apr. F- C. E. The H. Rir
April 30, 1872 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SWITZERLAND.

SWITZERLAND.

(FROM OT/R OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BERNE, April 25. The proclamation of I I.ly to the Swiss people on the question of the revi- bod has at length been issued, and everj 1 with the attention which its importan. It is along but ably v i • from the pen of M >f Aargau, 'resident of the
April 30, 1872 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PATENT ENAMEL SIGNS, DOOR-PLATES, PLATES, AND ALL PERMANENT ADVERTISING Ase.it? and SON, TEETH. TEE T.H. RTIFICIAL TEETH, from ss. EACH,

PATENT ENAMEL SIGNS, DOOR-PLATES, PLATES, AND ALL PERMANENT ADVERTISING Ase.it? and SON, TEETH. TEE T.H. RTIFICIAL TEETH, from ss. EACH,

which cannot be detected by the closest observer, and w_ic& ever Change Colour nor Decay; Manufactured and adapted to ensure perfect mastication and Articulation, by MR. MORDAUNT, SURGEON-DENTIST, 118, SORFOLK-STRFET (Two Doors above St. Paux' SHEFFIELD. Extracted tbe aid of Nit
April 30, 1872 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
JOHN TRUMBLE AND SON, pAPER HANGING~MANUFACTURERS BASIN SHALL-STREET, LEEDS ?OP. HOME TRADE EXPORTATION. p«AS CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, BRACKETS, COOKING APPARATUS, HEATING

JOHN TRUMBLE AND SON, pAPER HANGING~MANUFACTURERS BASIN SHALL-STREET, LEEDS ?OP. HOME TRADE EXPORTATION. p«AS CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, BRACKETS, COOKING APPARATUS, HEATING

ITOVES, and GAS FITTING-* of every to b, tad in great variety, the the SHEFFIELD INITED GAS LIGHT CO., No. 19, Bhude-hHL N.B.—The Company send out Workmen. 1817. BLINDS. IN ALL COLOURS, MADE AND REPAIRED ON SHORTEST NOTICE. BY THOMAS COOKING, CABINET MAKER, 16, 17, WATSONS-WALK,
April 30, 1872 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Hobsbs fob Exportation.—On Saturday long Btringß of horses arrived London from Lincoln great horse fair, and large stud ia destined

Hobsbs fob Exportation.—On Saturday long Btringß of horses arrived London from Lincoln great horse fair, and large stud ia destined

for exportation to Prussia and Franoe. They consist chiefly of horses for harness purposes, and were purchased by foreign commissioners at high prioes, and are consigned to Army horse oontraotore. Several brood mares of good blood are destined for Australia for breeding purposes
April 30, 1872 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England