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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Sooth-West Riding. — A nnpaerons , meeting of the committee of the South- West j , Riding Liberal Registration Association was held ; ' at the Royal Hotel, Wakefield, yesterday, C. ?? Milnes Gaskell, Esq., in the chair, when it was ; unanimously resolved that the Hon. W. Hen
July 29, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DURHAM COAL TRADE ARBITRA-.TION.

THE DURHAM COAL TRADE ARBITRA-.TION.

THE DURHAM COAL TRADE ARBITRA- TION. LORD DERBY AND HIS AWARD. Yesterday morning. Lord Derby was to have given in his award as umpire in the Durham coai 1 trade arbitration. The arbitrators and others I interested in the matter met his lordship at his residence 2.., St. James' sq
July 29, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
COBKESPONDENCE.

COBKESPONDENCE.

MR. ROEBUCK AND THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS. | To the Editor.— The Licensed VictnaUers' Associa- tion seems to have had a fine time of it the other day at Dore while listening to the Right Hon. J. A. Roebuck, _V" give ntterance to his thoughts concerning the publicans and their tra
July 29, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL SPORTING.

LOCAL SPORTING.

Bahxsley Queen's Grounds— The final heats of Mr. J Dunk's 130 yards £7 novice handicap wer. brought to a close on Monday evening at a late hour. The handicap, which was a successful one in the first instance embraced sixty runners, who were classed in fifteen heats, one of which
July 30, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
%a (KoroEpmt&ntts.

%a (KoroEpmt&ntts.

"Fair Play" writes to correct the slip by which, in our summary on Monday, Mr. Forster was represented •s speaking of the useful work doneby the College of Preceptors in raising the standard of education in elementary schools. The context sufficiently showed tbat it was of the e
July 31, 1879 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CONSERVATISM AT GREENWICH.

CONSERVATISM AT GREENWICH.

Mr. Boord, M.P., presided last night at a banquet given in the Ship Hotel, Greenwich, under the auspices of the West Kent and Borough of i_>reenwich Conservative ASM ciations, in honour ol Mr. dames Watson, late editor of the . Covers were laid for about ioU gentlemen, and among
July 31, 1879 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HUNGARY.

HUNGARY.

(By Telegraph.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PESTH. "Wednesday Night. The revenue returns, which were issued to-day, show that the receipts during the quarter ending June were 49,913,000 gulden ; the expenditure was 50,288,000 gulden, and the supplementary expenditure for the B
July 31, 1879 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
GERMANY AND THE VATICAN.

GERMANY AND THE VATICAN.

(By Telegraph.) (from our own correspondent.) ROME, Wednesday Night. Cardinal Ledochowski has, at the Pope's sug- gestion, asked the Berlin Covernment to permit him to return to his diocese, declaring himself a faithful subject of the German Emperor, The other exiled Bishops wil
July 31, 1879 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PENAL SERVITUDE ACTS.

PENAL SERVITUDE ACTS.

xhe Commissioners appointed to inquire into the working of the Penal Servitude Acts have made their report, in which they give the following as the recommendations to which they attach the greatest importance :— 1. That in order to prevent contamination of the less hardened conv
July 31, 1879 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
TIIK PK*JRMt».VI l«» Not .'.UiI.IAMKVI

TIIK PK*JRMt».VI l«» Not .'.UiI.IAMKVI

At present no day in nam.- 1 _.«• tin. per-, gallon of Parliament. It in ?? . t-.i ih.it ti.-j House of ('ominous Will ail i;,t , tlf week of August, tir even later. It pr«.«gre»» >• made with tin- estituat "*. the v.»t« f « unlit and the bills w hit h the liovt-ruiiit-ni . thei
July 31, 1879 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey