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?? ?? I ?? ill, , I 0~OUWU nhmlsuswx IN smoCLS, 9 V3\ lE aasisitant teachers of the Derby School Z pard held a i on ridsy gtfr of; ?? . oy# ; mhathiey feel btrongl. It the irst plaeejthey' ske~d '~thsat' tie ?? todinist corporal pur tiehen(; should be conferre4' spoil them, inste
November 28, 1900 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY ROVERS CYCLING CLUB.

DERBY ROVERS CYCLING CLUB.

DRBY BpVE1 O"Yci e .- I - ANNUAL DINNE.-. .fr John Gretton, M.P., ptlie presidenit of the Derby Centre of the National Cychsts' Union, pre- sided at the seventh annual dinner of the Derby Rovers Cycling Club, held at the Mechanics' In-l stitute on Friday evening. Councillor B. W.
November 28, 1900 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WAYS OF WALKING.

WAYS OF WALKING.

WAY- OF W(I I * Whena s. ?? 0t-tWMe . Y! she was fobigcd :to -darZione1 eg.afr e othetr. ,iWhich- wds: am slow Eind toilsom d of pro re5- D Sioux Peopl* ws are -vliy, `very old, aometimel 7. at, too t i' * thi e fior fifth dasy, wvhen the enth'usiasmjiias led',of °tO, d their sou
November 28, 1900 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RADICAL AND UNIONIST RADE.

RADICAL AND UNIONIST RADE.

. MR. Raphael finds it veiy hard work M to underjine the popular belief that .trade is better under a Unionist than under a Radical Government, and in his Alvaston speech last Wednesday night he went back to the figures of from fifteen to thirty years back, in order to show b ha
September 19, 1900 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HUMOURS OF THE SESSIONS.

HUMOURS OF THE SESSIONS.

V ?? ~ 7R SBESSION,. 1j~41~atj1 long and intimate ex e has just refezi ?? "tlbi pait S ion id, the dullest and leti : ;tetesting thay hep -Amoembers. And yet II . -,c~iasC~ Xa not soesebI~5 6 in all its colours Thi . ;,rj mpelled. e debates, powerful sapeech S ' t^;a- ilanftt l u
August 15, 1900 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN SALFORD.

AMUSEMENTS IN SALFORD.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PRINCE O0 WALES'S.-Proprietor and Manager, Mr E. B. Goulden; Acting and Stage-Manager. Mr Howell Webb.-The Squatter's Daughter, a musical comedy, was much appreciated by a large audience at this theatre on Monday, when Mr J. W. Cragg's company com-
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BRISTOL.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRISTOL.

AMUSEMENTS IN BRISTOL (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). PRINCE'S TREATBE.-Proprietor and Manager, Mr James Macready Chute.-The Lady Slavey, now in its eighth year of tour, is being capitally presented by Mr H. Cecil Beryl's company. Miss Laura Thompson acts with much vivacity as Phyl
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"THE WEARING OF THE GREEN."

"THE WEARING OF THE GREEN."

The " wearing of the green" on last St. Patrick's Day by all Her Majesty's liege and loyal subjects- soldiers and civilians-has aroused a certain amount of interest in the song, the words of which are generally attributed to the late Dion Boucicault. The truth is that the origin
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
"NELL GWYNNE" AT THE METROPOLE.

"NELL GWYNNE" AT THE METROPOLE.

"SELL GWYNNE" AT THE METROPOTIE. Comedy, in One Act, by E. H. Vanderfelb, Played for the First Time on Monday May 7th. Charlesl . ?? Mr E. H. VANDxorero Lord Berkley ?? Mr OSWALD YORIC Joe Haynes . .Mr HNreYr BA00 3imior .utif. ?? r li-- F-11. Charles Hart ?? Mr HOWARD Councillor
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

AMUSEMENTS IN BIRMINGHAM (FROM OUR OWN ORRESPONDENT.) ThEATRE ROYAL,-Lessee, Mrs C. Doraton; Acting- Manager, Mr P. Rodway.-For the first time since its inception the Moody-Manners English opera company is paying this week a visit to Birmingham. A hearty welcome has awaited this
May 12, 1900 - The Era - London, London, England