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THE COU.NTY COOiNGILS.

THE COU.NTY COOiNGILS.

DUFFIELD DIVISION. A meeting in furtherance of the candidature of Mr. Richard Waite was held in the Schoolroom at Tnrnditch on Thursday evening last. Notwithstanding the stormy night a good nur-hrr assembled, including the Rev. F. L. Cursham (vicar), Mr«. and Miss Milnes, Mes*rs
January 2, 1889 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SERIOUS CHARGE OF THEFT AT LONG.EATON.

SERIOUS CHARGE OF THEFT AT LONG.EATON.

SERIOUS CHARGE OF THEFT AT LONG EATON. At an occasional County Police Court, held at Mr. Whiston's Offices, os Monday, before W. T. E. Cox, Esq., Elizabeth Horspool, domestic servant, was charged with stealing 116- 15s. lie. iv money, two window blinds, and other articles, at Lon
January 2, 1889 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FISH GHOSTS FOR CHRISTMAS,

FISH GHOSTS FOR CHRISTMAS,

Christmas naturally brings a story ; here are one or •two from Sunach Lodge, Perthshire. " A sad story,' according to Shakespeare, is ■ beat for winter," but life 'Jaaa sadness enough of its own without our always harping on a melancholy string. Several young fel- lows were in t
January 2, 1889 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY TRAMWAYB COMPANY.

DERBY TRAMWAYB COMPANY.

TRAPPIC RETURNS. £ s. d. Week ending December 29, 1888 ?? M 222 7 8 Corresponding period, 1887 2C4 18 3 Increase ?? 17 9 5 littbctio.s Disbasbs.— A well-kncwn Sanitary Reformer atated at recent __KiT_ar Cojiqress at Boltos that the best preventive against infectious disease was
January 2, 1889 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MB. GLADSTONE AND GBOCERS'.LICENSES.

MB. GLADSTONE AND GBOCERS'.LICENSES.

MB. GLADSTONE AND GBOCERS' LICENSES. In the course of a letter to the Manchester Guard** Mr. Wm. Livesey, of The Breck, Poulton-le-Fylde, ,— ite, :— The gentleman wbo wrote that Mr. Gladstone was •' tbe one man living wbo has don. moat to extend by lrgielatien the .ource. of our
January 2, 1889 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TRUTH ABOCT MITOHELSTOWN.

TRUTH ABOCT MITOHELSTOWN.

MB. SAMUEL DANES WADDY'S "FICTIONS.- Mr. E. J. H. Eealea (having called the attention of the Chief Secretary for Ireland to a speech recently delivered by Mr. S. Waddy, M.P., at the opening of a Radical clnb) has reoeived a letter from Mr. ?? Wyndham, dated tha " Iriib. Office,
January 2, 1889 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
"A COLONIAL CRITIC."

"A COLONIAL CRITIC."

" A COLONIAL CRITIC." e TO THE EDITOII O1 THE ERLt. g Sir,-Mr Harry Dacre, in your issue of last week, e takes exception to the comparisons I instituted in my e " Australian in London " between colonial and London 5 places of amusement. I do not think lie will find many of the le
March 9, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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March 9, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ACADEMY CONCERT.

ROYAL ACADEMY CONCERT.

The concert given at St. James's Hall on Monday atafternoon was in every way creditable to the institu. listion. The ability displayed by the pupils extended to every department of musical art. There were excellent examples of composition, in which great promise for to the futur
March 9, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SCENE AT THE AQUARIUM.

THE SCENE AT THE AQUARIUM.

On Tuesday, at the London County Sessions, before Sir P. H. Edlin, Q.C., Thomas Pearce, aged twenty- nine, described as an engineer, but who, when given into custody, said he was a fruiterer, and resided at Stangate-street, Westminster-bridge-road, was indicted for violently ass
December 21, 1889 - The Era - London, London, England