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Advertisements & Notices

1WAdVertiserments and Legal Notices, and Annoance- rients of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, are ?? at the Mercury Office for INSERTION in The Timles, the London Gazette (published by authority), and all London and Conntry News. papers. ,0a2es be 4nction. _ BY MESSRS. J & W. HEATH
July 22, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHARDLOW BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

SHARDLOW BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

I I The fortnightly meeting of this board was held at be Shardlow on Monday, Mr. E. Canner, J.P., C.C., pre- Bi siding, Mr. R. Finney, 0.C., was in the vioe-chair, and Lc the other members present were the Rev. J. Wadham, of hmrs. Lichfield, Mrs. Houghton, Messrs. Crompton, wl T
July 22, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT.

DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT.

DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT, FRIDAY. ?? the Hon. W. M, Jervis, H. Bodena, R, Canncer, A. Woodiwiss, J. H. Smith, V. H. Alellor, R, Waite, and G. W. Peach, Esqrs] DAMAGING FENcEs.-Frederick Akers, of Chapel Row, Borrowash, was summoned for damaging a fence on the property of Mr. Joh
July 22, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT.

DERBY COUNTY POLICE COURT.

FRIDAY. [Before the Hon. W. M. Jervis, H. Boden, R. Waite, J. H. Smith, W. Mallalieu, and J. W. Peach Esqrs.] VARIOUS.-Frank Fletcher, mill hand, Little Eaton, was summoned ?? Whitfield, Inland Revenue Officer, of Belper, for carrying a pistol withont a license at Little Eaton o
April 15, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DERBY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

I The ordinary weekly meeting of the above Board was held on Tuesday at the Union Offices, Beoket Street Mr. W. Harvey Whiston presided, and amongst the members present were-Mr. G. Bottomley (in the vice.obair), Mrs. Grundy, the Revs. H. R. Rolfe, F. Utterson, and Monsigror MoKe
November 4, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

"'W aif?ratuijt. D. keo THE RARE. " The Hare " is the subject of the latest addition to t the " Fur and Feather " series (Longmans, Green, and r- Co.) The book ought to have been dedicated to Sir e William Harcourt, whose disastrous efforts to legislate d for the hare call forth
June 17, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A SHORT TALK ON BEING TIRED.

A SHORT TALK ON BEING TIRED.

IA SHORT TA K ON BEING TIRED. I Axe you a workiug man, or a Cyorking woman? I don't mean one who is so by classification, or by having been born on the Sinister side of certain lines of social cleavage, but solely because you daily do some sort of real, honest, and usoefl work? Y
June 17, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Ecclesiastical.

Ecclesiastical.

THE BISHOP oF SOTuWELLa'S VISITATIOIO. The Lord Bishop of Southwell continued his visita- tion on Tuesday, when he met the clergy of the deaneries of Nottingham, Butvell, Biughtam, Sothh Bingham, and West Bingham at Tottlnam T he Bishop. who was attended by his chaplain. t han- c
May 13, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

I lliwoal; piiamint. I1 HOUtSE OF! LORDS. TUESDAY. The Local Government (Determination of.Differenne)i Bill passed through Cormmittee, and was reported to the House-Their Lordships rose at twenty-five minutes to six. THURSDAY. The Archdeaconrly of London Additional ndowmenti Bill
May 13, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
REGIMENTAL AND OTHER NOTES.

REGIMENTAL AND OTHER NOTES.

REGIMENTALI A" OTili I , I THE NORTH MIDLAND VOLUNTEER BRIGADE. Tab CAup, Mouday. The Bank Holiday i wd, of whom so much good or bad was axpected, did up to ?? so far as the camp was noerned, and no very large crow6d hampered ither tbe dril) groutds or the camp. The two ?? were o
August 12, 1896 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England