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WESLEYAN METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING AT DERBY.

WESLEYAN METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING AT DERBY.

WESILEYAN METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING AT DERBY. The annual district committee of the Nottingham and Derby District met yesterday (Tuesday) morning in the schoolroom of King-street Chapel, Derby, under the presi- dency of the Rev. S. Lord, of Nottingham, chairman of the district. T
May 23, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT.

DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT.

FRIDAY. (Before the Ron. IV. M. JRnvis, and H. F. GISBORNS and J.J ALLPOIUT, ESqrS.] POl1CE ASSAULT.-Henry Green, of Breaston, was charged with being drunik aind disorderly and assaulting Polic-constallie IN tchinsoon at jireaston ol the 23rd ?? being drunk and disorderly was re
July 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LOCAL CHURCH MUSICAL SERVICES.

LOCAL CHURCH MUSICAL SERVICES.

I LOCA,1 CHURICHI MISICAL SERVICES For 7tb Sunday after 'l'rinitv. July 8. ALT, SAINTS', DERBrY. Uorning- Volrntary. ?? Agnus Dci;' Weber: I f ite. Goss; Psalms, Turle; 7'e Deeetm Vanghaz, ; dnlaihe, Hcath- cote; Il/ymjns, Nos. 188, 110, 100, and 197 (" ?? Companion"); iVoluntary
July 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NOTES ON FOREIGN BIRDS.

NOTES ON FOREIGN BIRDS.

[SPECIALLY TRANSLATED.] No. V. LOVE BIRDS. [From "PICTURES FROM THE BIRDRQOS." By Dr. KARL RUSS.] Those little parrots which in France and with us arc called " Inseparables," have received in England the Dame of "Love Birds." Not only they, but their near relatives also are simi
July 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE OSMASTON MANOR ESTATE.

THE OSMASTON MANOR ESTATE.

TIHE OSMASTON MANOR ESTATE. O.,miast'iti Mtasor, built for occupation thirty years ago -with the irintcnipt for cost which is the special characteristic of the( British andt( American capitalist, lies hidden in what is really at splendidly well-timabered park of 3,100 acres in ar
July 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sports & Pastimes.

Sports & Pastimes.

I dints & 4a.5tifltp. and CRICKE T. ffhe of If there 1s such a tbing as certainly about cricket, it was a cer- tafinlty that Lancashire would beat Derbysiels ek u]i tie- was almost equally safe t~o predict ?? would bent tir, Oxford. It must be said, however, that InI each case th
July 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

'Pisfilid ,f.qtv5. ALVASTON. VESTRY MEETING.-On Thursday last the Easter vestry was held, when Mr. Bobart was appointed vicar's churchwarden, and Mr. J. Hardy Smith parish warden. CONSSERVATIVE MEETING.-A meeting the Conserva- tives of Alvaston, held in connection with the Conser
April 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHARDLOW BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

SHARDLOW BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

I At thle fortnightly meeting of this Board. held on Mon- clay, there were present-Mr. E. Sutton (chairnian), the Revs. J. Wacdhcarc, N. Maadan, A. S. Marmmatt, H. C. Pryce Jones; Messrs. Towle, Canner, Finney, (. Adcock, Newbold, Hall, Potter. Parkin, Boam, Riley, J. 13. Smith,
April 4, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

.le -I P'RINCE NAPOLEON ]N ENGLA'ND. A terartib in g i Lonidon on It tdyi giIroeNa- piiiol.un accliompaied by) his younger Son]. lrin~ce Louis, and aI vettletinan freoo Paris, dr~ove to the Blneking-han Palace K1,ti't. OttTue u'i foreoo 11th party left London for a L ritf visit t
February 21, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Opinion of the Week.

Opinion of the Week.

I.opilliolt of trip 'rug OPEpNING OF PARLIAMENT. The ordeal of treading the labyri'ith uf red-hot plough- shares without damaging contact seemed to hase beeno htn- posed on the speakers in both lHouitO as well as on ilhe' Ministmss ; liut the debatc or cnv- rs;u . in the House of
February 21, 1883 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England