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THE CENTRAL PRESS.

THE CENTRAL PRESS.

No. 3.463. A Newspaper for N ewspaper Proprietors. LONDON. TUESDAY. APRIL 1874. PAGE Z. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newsysper.
April 28, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
BANKING COMPANIES.

BANKING COMPANIES.

Pd 10 Agra Bank, L A 7/ 8i 8 10 Alliance, L l2i 131 12 Anglo Austrian 20 Anglo Egyptian, L 32 33 32b 6 Bk. of (Joust pie Scrip 1b 25 Bank of Egypt 45 47 50 British N. America .. 73 75 20 Ch of India. Australa l4 15 25 Char Mere of 251 260 10 City 141, 14, 30 Colonial 54 56 4 Con
April 28, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
WAKEFIELD ELECTION.

WAKEFIELD ELECTION.

We have much pleasure in announcing that Mr. T. Kemp Sanderson, who contested the borough in 1868, will come forward in the Conservative interest.—Sun. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. The Mark Lane Express says :—After the rain of the previous week, the sudden outburst of summer expe
April 28, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE WAKEFIELD ELECTION PETITION.

THE WAKEFIELD ELECTION PETITION.

The SPEAKER also announced that he had received the report of Mr. Justice Groves, who tried the election petition against the return of Mr. Green for the borough of Wakefield, and the Judge reported that Mr. Green wail not duly elected, and that the election was void. The Judge
April 28, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE PRISON MINISTERS BILL.

THE PRISON MINISTERS BILL.

Mr. MONTAGUE CHAMBERS gave notice that on the motion for the second reading of the Prison Ministers Bill he should move that it be read a. second time that day six months. FREE EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. Mr. LAWRENCE gave notice that on Thursday next he should ask the Under Secret
April 28, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL BANQUETS.

POLITICAL BANQUETS.

The First Lord of the Treasury gave a full-dress parliamentary dinner on Wednesday evening at his official residence in Downing-street to the Right Hon. the Speaker, Sir William Stirling Maxwell, and Mr. Callender, the mover and seconder of the Address, and the members of the Go
March 20, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
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March 20, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND COMMENTS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

Young as America is, it may be regarded as an "Old Curiosity Shop" in the way of religious sects. At Girard . , Illinois, the other day, one of the singular societies held a Conference to discuss Church discipline. They are evidently an unsettled sect, for it is difficult to get
June 25, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE CENTRAL PRESS. AIONETARY NEWS.

THE CENTRAL PRESS. AIONETARY NEWS.

LONDON, MONDAY EVENING. In the market for English funds this morning business is exceedingly limited, the principal attention being directed to the fortnightly settlement, and the review of the Ashantee troops at Windsor. The discount market is quiet, but the demand for money co
March 31, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
LATEST M A PR Erp,-;

LATEST M A PR Erp,-;

LATEST M A PR rather over the prices of last week. Spring corn scarce, and commands late prices. NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET, TUESDAY.—Wheat firm, though quiet; prices unaltered. Barley and oats unchanged. Flour also quiet. CORK CORN MARKET, TUESDAY.—BIack oats, 9s. 6d. ; white ditto,
June 24, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England