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WALKING MATCH AGAINST TIME.

WALKING MATCH AGAINST TIME.

Yesterday afternoon Perkins, the champion walker of Eng- land, performed the greatest walking feat ou record. The year be'ore latt Perkins atti acted public attention by the fine form he displayed in a match against a good second- rate walker, whom he easily beat. The result was
September 21, 1875 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY HOP REPORT.

WEEKLY HOP REPORT.

Tbe Maidstone Journal says ;— " An enormous quantity of hops has been safely got in since but week's repo.t. The weather has been magnificeit, though tbe sun has been occasionally rather too scorching for the pickers, who have, ne\ ertheh ss in most cases kept right well to work
September 21, 1875 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ALEXANDRA PALACE.

ALEXANDRA PALACE.

Whilst the summer -weather lasts it would be surprising if the pleasant grounds of the Alexandra Palace were not crowded, especially seeing how liberally entertain- ment* of various sorts are provided for visitors. On Saturday train after train landed full freights at Muswell- l
September 21, 1875 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MINING INTELLIGENCE. September 20.

MINING INTELLIGENCE. September 20.

Home Mining Shares met with inquiry. Cam Brea, Dolcoath, and Marke Valley advanced; but Penneiley, Roman Gravels, and Van Consols declined. Prices closed as follows : - Assheton, 1 li; Bog, 66. Ba. ; Cam Brea, 64 56 ; Devon Gieat Consols, lJ2Jpm.; Dolcoath, 48 60; East Caradon,
September 21, 1875 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LEICESTERSHIRE.

LEICESTERSHIRE.

HIDE, SKIN, AND FAT MABJiET.— Saturday a* PRICKS. d - S.lb HmBS.-951ba. and upwards ... » 3P* 851bs. to94lbs. 751 bs. to 34Ibs. H» * „ cSlbs. 741bs. ... ... 56Ibs. to 941 bs. * » „ 551bs. and under ... »!f _ Cows ... ™ " Bulls 0. „ Flawed snd irregular .- » * ~ Kipps _ * Cau. up
September 17, 1875 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SHEPTi.rU>, WADE, Have from tbe Executors lata Mr. Edward PyweH, .TO SELL BT AUCTION, October, HORSES, Throe Dairy Cows, the

SHEPTi.rU>, WADE, Have from tbe Executors lata Mr. Edward PyweH, .TO SELL BT AUCTION, October, HORSES, Throe Dairy Cows, the

whole W «f ftt vataable Agricultural Implements, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, the Household Furniture, and c4hsrEftscte. Ranter particulars will given next weeks payfrr*. Agricultural Implements, ate. ffaOass Lodge, near Mark* Harborough. and WADE, Have received instructions from
September 17, 1875 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Order of Sale and other particulars will be given in Catalogues, to be bad at the Stamp Office, Nuneaton, at

Order of Sale and other particulars will be given in Catalogues, to be bad at the Stamp Office, Nuneaton, at

the Newspaper Offices, Leicester, and of the Auctioneer, Kings Head Chambers, Coventry. Great Bowden, Leicestershire. 10 Valuable Beast, 40 Sheep. Fowls, Implements, Small ssortment of Useful Household Furniture, %c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By HOLLOW AT, SON, and PRICE, On Monday
September 17, 1875 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
NOTES BY THE WAY.

NOTES BY THE WAY.

DERBYSHIRE SAYINGS AND DOINGS. " A ohiel's amang takin' notes And faith he'll prent' em."— Eums. I was surprised this week to observe a placard, printed by a highly respectable Chesterfield printer, in which a use of Scripture was made which I have no hesitation in denouncing as
September 18, 1875 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
LATEST MARKETS.

LATEST MARKETS.

[By Telegraph.]. COBN MARKET, (xESTERDAY) FRIDAY. ' Millers shew no dispotiicn to buy wheat to-day, and ! holders of fine wheat d) not press sales. alteration Quotations except for new wheat, which is again i and common sorts per quarter lower, with a limited sUe. Barley is begi
September 18, 1875 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
BARLBRO.

BARLBRO.

Fatal Accident.-Od. Saturday an accident occurred to boy named John Dawes, of Barber's brickyard. The boy (about years old) waa leading manure and when near the above yard he fell down and the wheel on the Bide he lay went over bis head. The accident was seen by son of Mr. Thoma
September 18, 1875 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England