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THIRD EDITION. SATURDAY EVENING. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -: 0 :-

THIRD EDITION. SATURDAY EVENING. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -: 0 :-

WASHINGTON, APRIL 9.—President Grant has sent a message to Congress, transmitting copies of the correspondence relative to the Treaty on the subject of the Alabama claims. General Butler's Bill was passed today by the Senate, with an amendment proposed by Mr. Morton, providing t
April 10, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
new .EDINBORO' liandsomc style for Youths for dress wear. • f: colours in, Tweeds, , (eltons, &c ..... ......... 30q

new .EDINBORO' liandsomc style for Youths for dress wear. • f: colours in, Tweeds, , (eltons, &c ..... ......... 30q

, • JUVENILE 2.1. in the subject of Juvenile Attire will opportunity it presents of economising in worll, at the samq . time th-ir wishos as to innst'scrilpuloiisly .bsr handsomely braide 1 a,nd• ds, -Fancy Coatings, and I.veteens,,&e., &c..... ... 103 6.1, to 21s 01 coloured ar
April 10, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
gICS' • CLOTHING. VORKING KEN.. - . . AT FALL IN COTTON. ensive purchases during the hte depression ontinues to

gICS' • CLOTHING. VORKING KEN.. - . . AT FALL IN COTTON. ensive purchases during the hte depression ontinues to

supply working men with strong aper than ever. r owers,. mole pockets 7 , , rule pocket, any cr , the best in L0nd0n .... .................... 7 6 ;ht and dark shade . .................... wlais Blouses ........................ from 3' V s ditto .......................... ~ 5 ;
April 10, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
SHOCKING SUICIDE.

SHOCKING SUICIDE.

On the 14th inst. a deplorable occurrence took place at the barracks of the Ist Royals, commonly called the King's Own Militia Regiment. It would appear that notice has been issued by the War Office authorities for the calling out of the militia, for the purpose of training the
April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
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April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
OROYDON SPRING RAC - ES and STEEPLE'-1 CEASES on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, April 22nd and 3rd, 1869. South Faqtern Rahway

OROYDON SPRING RAC - ES and STEEPLE'-1 CEASES on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, April 22nd and 3rd, 1869. South Faqtern Rahway

—Special Fast Trains, at Ordinary lot and 3rd Clals Fares, from Cha;ing Cross, I London "Pridge, Waterloo. so d Cannon Street, New Cross, Croydon Race-Course Station and Back each day on the above days, returninir after the Races by Special Trains as required. Tickets available
April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
of making mi ing up their their Sunday this sort we of conscience of dismal pi gamed mud Bider with

of making mi ing up their their Sunday this sort we of conscience of dismal pi gamed mud Bider with

s have scrape they find the which they t( employ, the compassionat, become of nal It seems tc o f Atis one co abstAute nece order of tribt might be at c So long as an Tenting a poo complaint, so depends upon the services ( side of the oT the oppressed been able to before a court
April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER.

WESTMINSTER.

SINGULAR CHARGE OF FELONY.—Mrs. Sophia Moss, Miss Mary Moss, her daughter, and Louisa Wheeler, a servant, appeared to their recognizances on remand, to answer the charge of stealing three £5 notes and some silver. Mr. J. C. Coote, barrister, occupied apartments in Mrs. Moss's ho
April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
ON THE WORKING OF TRADES UNIONS

ON THE WORKING OF TRADES UNIONS

MINORITY REPORT. (CONTINUED.) , We are, on the whole, convinced by the evidence that the union is usually felt by the great body of workmen to be working for their benefit and with their adhee:on .and we are inclined to think that the work.menivho. Ader the influence of agencies
April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE TRADES' 'UNIONS COMMISSION REPORT. • Notice to Members of Trade Societies. iN order that every TRADE UNIONIST ma y

THE TRADES' 'UNIONS COMMISSION REPORT. • Notice to Members of Trade Societies. iN order that every TRADE UNIONIST ma y

b e -1 - enabled to study the REPORTS OF THE TRADE UNIONS' COMMISSION A Re-print of the whole of the Reports is now publishing. PRICE, 3d. PER COPY, OR 21s. PER HUNDRED. Orders from Trades Secretaries and Members of Trade Societies may be forwarded to GEORQE POTTER, 10, Bolt-cou
April 17, 1869 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England