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Public Notices. HIBTLTS HALL CONCERT S.-Under the pitronage and presence of Sheriff Cheynh, Saturday first. Fifteen Artistes and splendid Programme.

Public Notices. HIBTLTS HALL CONCERT S.-Under the pitronage and presence of Sheriff Cheynh, Saturday first. Fifteen Artistes and splendid Programme.

THE CHAPELSHADE CHURCH BAZAAR WILL BE OPENED BY JAMES YEAMAN, Es<j., M.P.. TO-DAY (THURSDAY), ELEVEN O'CLOCK. CHAPBLSHADB CHDRCII, OtJNDEB. rand Fancy B iz'wx Under the Patronage of EARL and COUNTESS AIRLTE, SIR JOHN OGILVY, Bart., and MRS JAMES YEAMAN, MR and MRS EDWARD JENKINS
September 30, 1875 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LINTRATHEN WATER WORKS FAILURE OF THE THIRD TEST.

THE LINTRATHEN WATER WORKS FAILURE OF THE THIRD TEST.

The third testing the line of pipe 3 between Lintrathen and Pitnappie took place yesterday arranged between the contractors, Messrs Edingfcon & Sons and Messrs D. Y. Stewart' & Co. Glasgow, and the Water Commissioner*. Provost Cox. Biilie Robertson, and Watson, the Water Enginee
September 30, 1875 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
®|c i^ovning JJist

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PRICE THREEPENCE. LONDON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1875. f 32,216.
September 30, 1875 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The "Byeon Clcb."— Last night a fully attended meeting of the committee of the proposed "Byron Club was held at

The "Byeon Clcb."— Last night a fully attended meeting of the committee of the proposed "Byron Club was held at

their rooms, Bishopsgate- street Within, under the presidency of Mr. G. P. Lis- caridi. After the settlement of some details, Mr. Neocles G. Mussabini proposed, and Mr. J. Dionysiue Leverdo seconded, the following resolution :— " That immediate steps be taken to raise the capita
September 30, 1875 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
At the Guildhall on Saturday laat James Edward Seymoor, a lad of fifteen, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment, with

At the Guildhall on Saturday laat James Edward Seymoor, a lad of fifteen, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment, with

hard labour, for stealing a pocket-knife and some marked money from a neighbour of his employer. It appeared that between the cellar of the latter's house and the house from which the goods were purloined there was a narrow aperture through which young Sevmocr was observed to cr
September 30, 1875 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CARIST^

THE CARIST^

< B 'J Telegraph ) I FROM OCH OW, , OR J ST. JEAN DE v- , ,N ' T I Yesterday General Trillo "^ I troops from San Sebastian and V^ i; 1 • I Cartists in their poB i tlonB np lr, '«. <fl Was repulsed with yreat 1 088 ,T*Vfl the Carlists bombarded San S«b " g - ■ lars are much disco
September 30, 1875 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Danger of the Rail. — Last evening Mr. Langham held an inquest at St. George's Hospitaf on the body of

Danger of the Rail. — Last evening Mr. Langham held an inquest at St. George's Hospitaf on the body of

George Larnaker, aged 45 years, residing at King's-placc, Notting-hill, in the employment of the Great Western Railway Company, Westbourne-rark, as a platelayer. William Baldwin, 127, Sonthwark-street, Westbouroe-park, platelayer on the Great Western Kail- way, said— On Saturday
September 30, 1875 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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September 30, 1875 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN BOURSE'S.

FOREIGN BOURSE'S.

Pabis, Wednesday.— The Bourse was firm until towards the close, when the decline in prices became rather sharp and general. The Three per Cent. Bentes closed at 6— *. 26c., or 90c., and the Pive per Cents, at IOSf. 92c., or 16c. lower than yesterday. Spanish were comparatively f
September 30, 1875 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTY AT.KEIGHLEY. -

IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTY AT.KEIGHLEY. -

IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTY AT KEIGHLEY. - Yesterday afternoon, the most extensive sale of pro- perty which has ever taken place at Keighley was held in the lecture hall of the Mechanics' Institute, which waa nearly filled on the oeoasion, about 400 persons being present. The prop
September 30, 1875 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England