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N°• 23,151.

N°• 23,151.

October 15, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ELECTION EXPENSES.

ELECTION EXPENSES.

At the meeting of the magistrates of the North Riding of Tipperary, at Nenagh, Mr. Spanner, Q.C., addressing the magistrates in reference to the working of the new Ballot Act, said that the Act was framed with the avowed object of mitigating, by every possible means, the expense
October 15, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTIOE OF CLOSING OF SUBSCRIPTION LISTS. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—STATE OF ILLINOIS. ISSUE of 2,400 SEVEN PER CENT. FIRST MORTGAGE

NOTIOE OF CLOSING OF SUBSCRIPTION LISTS. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.—STATE OF ILLINOIS. ISSUE of 2,400 SEVEN PER CENT. FIRST MORTGAGE

SINKING FUND GOLD BONDS of £lOO STERLING each, or 500 DOLLARS, of THE PARIS AND DECATUR RAILROAD COMPANY. Notice is Hereby Given, that the LISTS of APPLICATION for the above will be CLOSED THIS DAY (Tuesday), the Bth instant, for London and TO-MORROW (Wednesday ), the 9th instan
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1872.

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1872.

the battle. Henceforth the tables will probably be turned, and many works, great from a musical point of view, will be banished from the ecclesiastical to the" profane" stage. The" Stabat Mater "of Rossini will still be performed, but the soprano music, unless sung by a woman, a
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
emptied. The story sounds very terrible; but I as all the preliminaries are elaborately published in the newspapers, as the

emptied. The story sounds very terrible; but I as all the preliminaries are elaborately published in the newspapers, as the

place of meeting is kept secret, "because of the fears of an interference by the police"—with a slight suggestion that it will take place at Niagara Falls—and as telegraphic reports of the duel are to be published from time to time, there does not teem to be much cause for tear
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TTI E SAN JUAN BOtTNDARY.

TTI E SAN JUAN BOtTNDARY.

The New York Herald of the 2:,th publishes the following from Washington :—"There is much anxiety in official circles to Lear the result of the San Juan arbitration by the Emperor of Germany. The was dozed That April, and in the ease and counter-case of both Governments the full
October 8, 1872 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ESSEX ADJOURNED SESSION. THE BALLOT_ACT, 18 72- JDO HTSEEBY GIVE NOTICE that the GENERAL QUARTER SESSION of the Peace for

ESSEX ADJOURNED SESSION. THE BALLOT_ACT, 18 72- JDO HTSEEBY GIVE NOTICE that the GENERAL QUARTER SESSION of the Peace for

the Conntjr of EaseT will I*e bolden by ndjoHroroeot the BHIRE HOUSE, Chelmeford, WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of October, 1872, Two o’clock in the Afternoon, for the purpose of Receiving a Report from a Committee appointed with reference the Polling Districts of the County by a Cour
October 22, 1872 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
STEALING A DONKEY.

STEALING A DONKEY.

George Slade (on bail) was indicted for stealing donkey, value 30*., the property of James Newman, of Baafluon, on the July. Mr. Walford was counsel for the prosecution; tee accused conducted his own defence. ....... It seemed that the prosecutor travelled about with a donkey an
October 22, 1872 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
FRIDAY.

FRIDAY.

BBFOBB J. TTATIINGTON, BBQ. (With whom sat R. Woodhouse, Esq.) ABOMINABLE OFFBNCBB. Thomas Wallace. 41, labourer, found guilty of committing an unnatural offence, was sentenced 19. f«rm Übottrer, ■mm. dAoc, Imlmdom Hllli, 19 mutm. fct preuoQllon.ami Mr. Wmitom , °A dlw»ref««d Ag
October 22, 1872 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
NEIGHBOURING COUNTIES.

NEIGHBOURING COUNTIES.

Me. Disbaeu. —Mr. Disraeli and Viscountess Beaoonafield are expected to risit Mr. Tollemacbe, of Helmingham Hal). Suffolk, this week. Recently Mr. Tollemacbe entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lowe. The Dbainagk of Nobwich. —Great com plaint eontinnea be made as to the of the drainage Nor
October 22, 1872 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England