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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

To-morrow the new Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to friendly and certain other societies will take effect. On the the statute on the 11th of August three provisions came into force (10,37, and 38), and the section*, in number, with the several schoduic-s, will. in
December 31, 1875 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

—On the 2dth inot., Cbnreb, Blai-kroek, county Dublin, James Dyson Boumo, capUua 6th Dragoon Guards, only Bcja of Colonel Bourne, M.P., Liverpool, to Lady Marion T.oftas, only daughter the late and sister the present Marquis of Ely. Poxsokht— the 2i)th inat., at St. Paul a, Knif
December 31, 1875 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOROUGH HOP MARKET.

BOROUGH HOP MARKET.

The market keeps very quiet. The scarcity here of choice Hops, and the falling off in the importations front abroad, bave of course a tendency to impart strength to the tone, and the indifference on the part of brewers and others to operate renders a reduction occasionally neces
December 31, 1875 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
TO OUR READERS

TO OUR READERS

To-day we close the year 1875, and by a somewhat remarkable coincidence to-day our last number for the year issues from the Press. We are, therefore, ad- dress-tig our readers almost on the extreme edge of the Old and New Year. The continued and increasing support which has been
December 31, 1875 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE REVENUE

THE REVENUE

The Revenue Returns down to Christmas week bring us go id cheer. The period of fiscal depression which the Revenue payments of tbe last few months indicated so ominously seems to bave at length closed. Instead of fading the vantage ground won iv the earlier part of the year .jr.
December 31, 1875 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE

Dorsetshire. The Conservatives of Dorsetshire have brought forward Mr. Charles Hambro, son of Baron Hambro, of Milton J Abbey, as a candidate for the seat rendered vacant by the ! elevation of Mr. Gerard Sturt to the Peerage, and who, it | is stated, has chosen the title of Alin
December 31, 1875 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
WORKSHOP REGULATION ACT.

WORKSHOP REGULATION ACT.

No child under eight years of age is to be employed in any handicraft. No child is to be employed on any one day for a period of more than six hours and a-half, and such employment to be between the hours of six in the morning and eight at night. No child, young person, or woman
December 31, 1875 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
ARBROATH.

ARBROATH.

' i® b . rfctllren of the mystic tie held the J° hn their respective lodge rooms on mil e * enin the Panmure in their own hall, ... street, and the St Thomas in the hall at the e gathering was large, as about 70 • Panmure sat down to supper. The £Lrl« UBl n S8 - the installation
December 31, 1875 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIMEKILNS.

LIMEKILNS.

—An entertainment was given Limekilns School on Friday last, under the auspices of the Broomhall Mutual Improvement Society— the Rev. Mr Crawford in the chair. After short address, the Chairman introduced the choir to give song, which gave much satisfaction. Songs were also give
December 31, 1875 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MADAME.

MADAME.

by frank lee benedict. "Mb Vaughan's Heib," "Mt Elinob," "St Simon's Niece, so. CHAPTER Xtil. THE HIBTOBT OF ADELAIDE JEFFEBfIOU. Hilda lovtd her mother dearly—they were more the terms that two Bisters might have been than those of parent and daughter. Hilda had the stronger wil
December 31, 1875 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland