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TPADESMEN'S AD.RESSE0, END OF THE MIINERS' STRIKE IN LEICESTERSHIRE. W.oisth T I1IO AS HAYDON h. Wrc sth ole Consignee, at Lairloy St reet Sttofor the OELLBI3ATED ffNIBlSTON COALS, is now getting largo daily SuPples to ?? andI Camp M1U1 Stations, suitable for Houesehold, Steam, A
June 30, 1874 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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EDlUCATIONAL CiOVERNESS.-A ail of exprlcenc desires ia Ile-otnzaement, Thorough .-h -sL., good 1rench and icGerman, sa erlor mauslo nd draiwing. Noighbourhood etf 1l3rmnigham otefrred.-Addres, P. 17, Daily Post. c90S ?? NVSSA Itny lexPerienxcd) reruires ?? eng'c aegensent. Thorou
June 30, 1874 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ~i isitcer j~t~ d efor pcuwcauetso; XinSitC accosapaned Ly the mwins and aldr 'as of the 1itctr, not n-c:'ssari4y for p'dliettieon, hut for th-5 inao)rozation of the Rdeor. Oerrqseuouni'ts s:ho sot ane SAe)cii rvefels upon tkar cots- Msenications ma9tt
June 30, 1874 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY ROMAN CATHOLIC BURIAL CASE.

EXTRAORDINARY ROMAN CATHOLIC BURIAL CASE.

TRAORDINApjy. ROMAN CATHOLIC BURIAL CASEis. Before the Judicial Comm1ittee of the Privy Council, on Satu"*day. present Lord Selborno, Sir J. Colville, Sir R. PUllimore Sir B. Peacoclr, Sir DI. Smith, and Sir R. Col- Her, the case of Brown V. The Cur6 and Churchwardens of Montreal
June 30, 1874 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GLASGOW POLICE BOARD.

GLASGOW POLICE BOARD.

The ordinary frt'nightly' meettrg of the Polee Board was held yeierday-the Led Fiovoat jar- P sidig. ?? a IE FIRin BRIGD ANDr 4l THEI WATl SUPI'LY. t] The Watei og said Lighting Cbmrnittee in their } minutes recorrmended inereases' ts the salaries of ti lieetesnants of police to
June 30, 1874 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.

LAUNCESTON. Mr. Drinkwater has issued an address to the independent , Qctors of Launceston ' in which he states that if lin is not , cted he will protest against the action of Colonel Deakin • 'orcing a nominee. GALWAY. olling for the Galway borough election closed - 'esterdayaf
June 30, 1874 - Hour - London, London, England
 
LEICESTER SQUARE.

LEICESTER SQUARE.

Some few years bulk, when an Eogliah equivalent to the Greek Kalends was sought for in everyday conversation, its place was supplied by a reference to the famous Landseer's lions; which, however, after many a weary day of watching and waiting, were one fine morning found to have
June 30, 1874 - Hour - London, London, England
 
3.0. —ll2O ODIHAX HANDICAP. About 1 mite and a

3.0. —ll2O ODIHAX HANDICAP. About 1 mite and a

ODIHAX HANDICAP. About 1 mite and a quarter. Yrs st . lb Yr 3 st lb Kilmore (inc. 71b ex) 8.. 9 5I a Royalist a Pacelle Druid Rai - 4 Ca5t1e........ 5.. 8 0 Minnie Warren Bloomfield Encore Kingmaker ........ 3.. 7 1 Sc3tchman Saccharine ........ 4.. 7 0 cby Mariner —Codi- Old Fas
June 30, 1874 - Hour - London, London, England
 
moved. The Homz SECRETARY boldly and proudly accepted the asiertion that the Government are pledged to the extinction of slavery

moved. The Homz SECRETARY boldly and proudly accepted the asiertion that the Government are pledged to the extinction of slavery

wherever English arms or authority may encounter it. Mr. ASHLEY never explained last night precisely what he wanted the Government to do. His suggestions, so far as they be credited with any practical weight, seemed to pohat in the direction of a precipitate crusade against an a
June 30, 1874 - Hour - London, London, England
 
UNEXHAUSTED IMPROVEMENTS.-LAND TRANSFER.

UNEXHAUSTED IMPROVEMENTS.-LAND TRANSFER.

TO THE EDITOR OF HOUR. Slll,—Security for capital i 3 what we all want, whether the improvement be in the soil by the farmer (1), or on the soil by the builder (2) ; but another party also wants security (3), the land-buyer. The first depends on weather and season ; the second o
June 30, 1874 - Hour - London, London, England