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DERBY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DERBY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

I The weekly meeting of this Board was held on Tuesday, the lt Oct.-Mr. Brindley being in the chair. The other members present were Mr. Aid. Sherwin, Mr. Aid. Boo, jun., Mr. Hobson, Mr. Turner, Mr. Cartliob, Mr. Stausby, Mr. Woolley, Mr. Heathcote, Mr. Mee, Mr. Campton, Mr. Sims
October 9, 1878 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STABBING AT HATHERSAGE.

STABBING AT HATHERSAGE.

I I At the Bakowell Potty Sessions, on Friday, the 4th October, before J. 0. Cavendish, S. Taylor-Whitehead, and Bdiyard Smithers, Esqra., Joseph Harrison, of Hathersago. butcher, appeared an his bail to answer to the charge of un- lawfully woundilng Robert Taylor, ifathersage,
October 9, 1878 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LORD CARNARVON ON EDUCATION AND POLITICAL HONESTY.

LORD CARNARVON ON EDUCATION AND POLITICAL HONESTY.

I The Right h1on- the Hari of Carlaryivon presided on Tuesday evening at the opening meeting of the winter session of the Salt Schools, Saltaire, in the Victoria gall in that town. Thle noble lord, who met with a very cordial reception from a large audience, was sup- rted by Lor
October 9, 1878 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A PENSIONER'S STORY.

A PENSIONER'S STORY.

A PENSIONERt'S STOREY. The following appears in thle Daily Telegraph :-Eir-The case of a John Maloney ha" bean brought before this (10m- mittee. Hie states that he Is 78 years of age, Fnd his wife 80; that lo) is too old now to) continue to travel round tbe suburbs of London sell
October 9, 1878 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

I LRarlitts. BY ELECTYRIC TELIEGAPHLJ LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET TutSDAl. WuEAT declined twopenco. FLauit dull. IBAIRLEY and OATS a penny and OATMEAL and BBAANs sipepuca cheaper. PEAS steady. INDIAN CoUN sixpence cheaper. LONDON HAY MARKET. TUESDAT. Large supply; trade very dull, pric
October 9, 1878 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FEARFUL CATASTROPHE IN A MUSIC HALL.

FEARFUL CATASTROPHE IN A MUSIC HALL.

I FEARFUL CAT ORVPHIE1IN A MUSIC IIALL. I (FRoMl 0051 OWN CoR)E4UliFNiDENT.) The terrible evils resulting front ?? fetr itud Uencar- trollable panic amongst audieuees in places of amusement received a meet painful illustration on Friday evening, the 11th inst., at the Colosgeum T
October 20, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A THEATRE DESTROYED AT BLACKBURN.

A THEATRE DESTROYED AT BLACKBURN.

A TFIIEATPE DEFRSTiwt6YED kT BLACIfURN. (RO-tM OUR OWN' ?? The Star Tre Lbe of Vrirreies at Blaci lllinl, detteribeil in lire lnst Evi sl niost co mforiftil' corn lioubn s, and respectnhie was totally *leetroyerl by fire on Sunday It hadn beer. lriceL luringr lie aftrrunnui anu e
October 6, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PARK THEATRE.

PARK THEATRE.

PA.RK THEATRE. The Park Theatre was so densely crowded last Saturday that it appeared as if the legitimate drama was the very thing to fill the Theatre. Opera has been played to empty houses at the Park. Comedy has not always proved magnetic and sometim es melodrama has failed to
October 6, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS ON THE CON-INENT.

AMUSEMENTS ON THE CON-INENT.

AMUSEMENTS ON THE CON INEiT1'. (FrOa OUR OWN COjtn srON-vADrNT.) VIENNA, OCTOnEse 5, 187.--Tte Joseistadt Theatre anti the Komische Oper have now reopened their doors, but the latter has relinquished its original name and assumed the title of Ring Theatre, from its situation on t
October 13, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHARITABLE [ill].

CHARITABLE [ill].

CHARITABLE ? TO '3'ilt: ?? , 'l ' '>l,-l>itCh r~~e, ic eJ LU MI P iemey 1"'i!: t~he jerfonixt i ?? bt thi TkIi l. .tit- hlsTIeTIAMAI-, i bV61 tIX SLAtO thatL il v, f[~; ?? I let Lliue tlli '1'Theattc, f iti' I Clt I; Duiwhualrga~sati linldiltlu ''3e atei ""25:..I 'i 1Cl ttrh n ,
October 6, 1878 - The Era - London, London, England