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[to THE EHTOH TIE *• ygw«.' r -£ ACCIDENT AT DARTMOUTH. Sa.-Li th. Morning /Tew* of yesterday which not correctly reported. Itb there stated that I was thrown from my horse.” —h we* net the case : the binder wheel of tba traa rigged me eat the Idle on the rump of the bore*, which
March 31, 1879 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
lower-et rest, Dartmouth, 28tb March, 1879,

lower-et rest, Dartmouth, 28tb March, 1879,

lower-et rest, Dartmouth, March, 1879, ffia.—Befeningto tbeartlele pobtished In year latereet. * l“Per yesterday from the anaaut Star and Herald. one seqaainted wrth every ereek and port ••W.c- Co*st of Boot!. America, state that the , . (so-oaU*.l) of AnlofogasU not Autofegaala)
March 31, 1879 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
msrmrr., PtVMOL'TH. MB. HAHNEMANN CUIMOBE3 VlSl^ la coßtequeuc* the eootißaed iaterett tad loacucd (or CO.'S ELECTRO MAONETIC APPUANCS9, HAS ARRANGED

msrmrr., PtVMOL'TH. MB. HAHNEMANN CUIMOBE3 VlSl^ la coßtequeuc* the eootißaed iaterett tad loacucd (or CO.'S ELECTRO MAONETIC APPUANCS9, HAS ARRANGED

TO HlB VISIT TOR A SHORT PERIOD OSLV, AT TUR MECHANICS* ISSmUTB, PLYUOITIT. Where msr CooeoUod duly, end will erplajo (he pnodplet the MeEoetlc Appllencee. of which lie OMOftnieut. UESMER'S LATEST PATENT IMPROVED AND CREASED POWER MAGNETIC BELT*. NERVE. AND INVIGORATORS, AC., AC
March 31, 1879 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Temperance in Ireland.—The Standard Dublin correspondent adds to his former statement as to the marked diminution of general crime in

Temperance in Ireland.—The Standard Dublin correspondent adds to his former statement as to the marked diminution of general crime in

Ireland as shown the criminal returns of the spring assizes : that encouraged by this experience, aud also bythe exhortations of many of the clergy, both Ro man Catholic and Protestant, boards of guardians, from whom such a course could not have been expected a year ago. are pet
March 31, 1879 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
It is semi-offLcially announced that tie appointment of Agent-General for Victoria, which will be vacant next month through the retirement

It is semi-offLcially announced that tie appointment of Agent-General for Victoria, which will be vacant next month through the retirement

of Sir Archibald Michie. K.CM.G., after six years' tenure of office, is likely to be offered by the Government of the colony to the Eight Hon. H. C. E. Childers. M.P., who has on two previous occasions held the post. The acceptance of it now by Mr. Childers will, however, probab
March 31, 1879 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
The Court Minstrels.—lt will be seen by advertisement that this accomplished troupe has entered upon a week's engagement at the

The Court Minstrels.—lt will be seen by advertisement that this accomplished troupe has entered upon a week's engagement at the

" Gaiety." Well, and favourably, known in the Hartlepools, it cannot be otherwise expected than that they will draw immensely. Their programme is a very full and well-selected one, containing many gems of saiastrelsy and fan. They open to-night. CONCERT ATHEN*DM TO-NIGHT.— A Gra
March 31, 1879 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE CAPE WAR.

THE CAPE WAR.

SECOND EDITION (•' DAILY insws " TELEORAM.) PiETERHARiTZBDita, March 11th, 5 p.m. A messenger just in from Ekowe. He was chased a great part of the way to the Tugela. The garrison is well. The Zulu army is said to be collecting round Ekowe. Communication has been established bet
March 31, 1879 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
Eccentric Clergyman.—A Bristol correspondent telegraphs : —Much comment is caused the strange action of a clergyman in Bristol. About service

Eccentric Clergyman.—A Bristol correspondent telegraphs : —Much comment is caused the strange action of a clergyman in Bristol. About service

time he marches through the streets dresßed in white surplice and ecclesiastical hat. In one hand he carries a book marked with a large red cross, and in the other a bell, which rings as he walks. He continually cries, " Come to church," and has with him boy carrying a lanthorn.
March 31, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Bun on the Custom-House. —Every year, anticipation of the Budget of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, merchants make a

The Bun on the Custom-House. —Every year, anticipation of the Budget of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, merchants make a

run upon certain articles upon which they expect a rise of duty, and withdraw them from bond. Last year was tobacco and spirits; this year tea is the article which chiefly exercises the mercantile mind. During the last twelve days the total amount received the Custom-House here
March 31, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED HAT SHOP IN ABERDEEN. CARRIED ON FOR FORTY-ONE YEARS BY THE SAME PROPRIETOR. AND ONE OF THE

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED HAT SHOP IN ABERDEEN. CARRIED ON FOR FORTY-ONE YEARS BY THE SAME PROPRIETOR. AND ONE OF THE

MOST CONSPICUOUS ESTABLISHMENTS In UNION STREET. Painted and Decorated for the Season. The NEW SHAPES in SATIN and SHELL HATS in Great Variety. SEE WINDOWS. SPLENDID STOCK OF UMBRELLAS. SAMUEL MARTIN, HATTEII TO. THE PEOPLE, ABERDEEN. I THE BUDGET Coming on soon. A hint to DIZZY
March 31, 1879 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland