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rrtWl chairman of the association, who presided, . .. he deeply sympathised with their object. He thought the time had

rrtWl chairman of the association, who presided, . .. he deeply sympathised with their object. He thought the time had

arisen when they, as workingmen, were bound to take some action as regarded this question of Ritualism. (Hear, hear.) People might say what bad they to do with it? Well, they had a great deal to do with it—(hear, hear) — when these men said that they preferred to worship in a ma
March 29, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
lALPORTANT COINAGE DECISION.

lALPORTANT COINAGE DECISION.

The court for the consideration of Crow*, cases reserved sat cm Saturday, when there were_pliesent Lord Coleridge, Mr. Justice Lush, Baron Pollock, Baron Rudd Liston, and Mr. Justice Stephen (Sir J. Fitzjames Stephen), who took his seat for the first time since his appointment a
March 29, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
APPLIANCES are Sent Free by Poet. Poetothee Orders Payable to J. ELLIOTT PARK, 16, LORD-tiTREET, LIVERPOOL. warrox & ou., 12A,

APPLIANCES are Sent Free by Poet. Poetothee Orders Payable to J. ELLIOTT PARK, 16, LORD-tiTREET, LIVERPOOL. warrox & ou., 12A,

FREDERICK-STRF.ET. EDINIO,7RGIL; 24, GORDON-STREET, GLASGOW; 48, REGENT-STREET, LONDON; AT DUBLIN, BELFAST, NEWCASTLE, WIELTENRAM,
March 29, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MUSIC.

MUSIC.

M USIC. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. N OTWITHSTANDING his absence in America, ,, , LMr. Mapleson is ready betimes with his prospectus. His season will not commence until April 26, or nearly three weeks later than that of Covent Garden; while both impresarios begin a week earlier than w
March 29, 1879 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
JOTTINGS ON LOCAL MATTERS.

JOTTINGS ON LOCAL MATTERS.

ng the last few weeks several matters rtance to the ratepayers have been the topics of conversation. In the first place we had the momentous question of bye-laws, which is now on a fair way of being carried into execution ; next, we have an endeavour being made to equalise the s
March 29, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

On Saturday, March I.sth, the return match between the Carlisle High School and the Wigton College Football Clubs was played at Carlisle. The Association rules were observed. The game was very closely contested, and each side played remarkably well. Just before half time was cal
March 29, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
THE ZULU WAR.

THE ZULU WAR.

PIETERMARITZBURG, March 4, according to the latest news from the border all is quiet, and there are no longer any grounds for anxiety as to a raid by the Zulus. Colonel Wood continues to harass the enemy, and it is reported that Colonel Pearson has sallied out and inflicted cons
March 29, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
STOCK AUCTION MARTS.

STOCK AUCTION MARTS.

TYIYEDALB (IFEXHAM), 'larch 24 M T. Biandford passed through bin mart to-day 7 fat tattle, 1 geld cow, and 78 fat sheep, which were soon disposed of at the undermentioned prices :—Fat cattle—Heifers from £lOl2. 61 to £l6 121 61; top, Mr Thos. Heslop, High Madan ; bullocks from £
March 29, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
. ONE SHILLING PER GALLON P ERCP7AL'S HOUSEHOLD AND HARVEST in 18 and 36 Gallon Casks. PERCIVAL'S NOURISHING STOUT, 23/-

. ONE SHILLING PER GALLON P ERCP7AL'S HOUSEHOLD AND HARVEST in 18 and 36 Gallon Casks. PERCIVAL'S NOURISHING STOUT, 23/-

and 27/. per Half-Barrel (18 Gallons.) WORTHINGTON & CO.'S CELEBRATED INDIA PALE & MILD ALES, 24/, 27/., and 30, - per Half-Barrel. Any of the above sent Carriage Paid, direct from Brewery, to any Railway Station on receipt of Post Order. BASS & ALLSOPP'S INDIA PALE ALES and GUI
March 29, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
PRICE ONE PENNY. PUBLIC NOTICES. SARAH GROVE.

PRICE ONE PENNY. PUBLIC NOTICES. SARAH GROVE.

March 29, 1879 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England