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STRANGE CHARGE OF STEALING A.WATCH.

STRANGE CHARGE OF STEALING A.WATCH.

STRANGE CHARGE OF STEALING A WATCH. Bather more than twelve months ago a watch was stolen from the house of Ben.amin Hendrey, a labourer, living at Ingbirchworth. At that time Charles Ward (who waB charged but acquitted of tho murder of the man Waterhouse, at Worrall) was living
March 31, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DONCASTER AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

DONCASTER AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.

Municipal Election. — Throagh the elevation of Councillor W. C. Clark to the aldermanic bench a vacancy has arisen in the North Ward, and on Satur- day two gentlemen were nominated for the vacant seat — viz., Mr. Charles Halmahaw, tallow chandler, and Mr. W. L. Spencer, draper.
March 31, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST COMMEBCIAL.

LATEST COMMEBCIAL.

THE MONEY MARKET, AND LATEST PRICES AFTER OFFICIAL HOURS. (FROM OUB CITY CORRESPONDENT. ) London, Saturday Evening. For * Saturday there is a fair demand for money. Stock Exchange requirements caused more animation in the market for loans, and the charges for such are steady, at
March 31, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE AFGHAN WAR. j

THE AFGHAN WAR. j

THE ADVANCE UPON CABUL. VICTORY of BRITISH TROOPS. 145 MULLIKS KILLED. Lahore, Sunday. Major San de ma a telegraphs that he was attacked on the 24th inst. by 2000 Mulliks under Shabjeton. The British forces com- manded by Major Keen routed the enemy, who lost 145 killed, and man
March 31, 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHIPBUILDING ON THE CLYDE.

SHIPBUILDING ON THE CLYDE.

During the month now closing there were 17 vessels, with an aggregate tonnage of 21,0.38, launched from Clyde shipbuilding yards, as com- pared with 12 vessels and 18,177 in the preceding month, and 27 vessels of 27.500 tons in the cor- responding month of last year.
March 31, 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Some call the Law of Hypothec the Scottish Lien. Should it not rather be called the Scottish Bore '.— Punch.

Some call the Law of Hypothec the Scottish Lien. Should it not rather be called the Scottish Bore '.— Punch.

Drunken American Senators.—A New Yorli despatch says : —The scandalous conduct of several Senators during the session of the Senate was the subject of much gossip a fortnight ago. At a night session two or three Senators were so much intoxi- cated that ridiculous speeches made b
March 31, 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.

PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.

London, Sunday. Traffic on the Highland and Sutherland and Caithness Railway, which had been interrupted by the heavy snowfall of Friday, was resumed this morning, the line having been cleared. THE LONDON ENGINEERS' STRIKE. About £800 were distributed in strike pay on Saturday,
March 31, 1879 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GOSSIP.

GOSSIP.

(From tha Athenaeum). The Bulgarian authorities intend to testify their the services rendered to their cause the l J A. MacGahan, by celebrating Mass ceremonies the 9th June next, the anniverJ™ death. Meantime, Professor Muller, one the members of the Sclavonic Committee St 08 p
March 31, 1879 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LOCAL LAW CASE.

LOCAL LAW CASE.

PARENTS AND CHILDREN CHANCERY DIVISION, SATURDAY. Before the of the Rolls. ARNOT r. JONES. This case came before the coart on summons adjourned from his lordship's chamber by Arnot, jun., of Cheltenham, asking his lordship for order for "permitted access to his two children, a s
March 31, 1879 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

It is evident fr»m the revenue returns that, unless the , past week has been exceptionally productive, the in- come of the year will considerably short the income, Sir Stafford Nort'-cote calculated ou a revenue , of i' 83,230,000, and the total amount received tiU Saturday last
March 31, 1879 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England